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Bellevue Police Department

Friday, May 20

Theft: A man and woman went to the police station to speak to an officer regarding a woman stealing blank checks and clothes from their home.

Sanitation: Bellevue police received a call from a man at the rec center who said that a jogger came to report quite a few hypodermic needles on Monroe St., heading east past the curve by the Knights of Columbus Hall. Officers advised that they removed the syringe.

Information: An administrator at Bellevue Middle School went to the police station to make a report of students fighting.

Information: Officers advised they had spoke with a woman in the 300 block of Union St. who thought someone had entered her home. Officers advised they would be clearing the house, and later advised the house was clear.

EMS overdose: A man called Bellevue PD and advised that he and his girlfriend had gotten into a fight and she took a bunch of medication and now she won’t wake up. The caller told officers she was breathing. North Central EMS was contacted along with Detective Burt. Officers advised the squad would be taking the woman to the hospital. Officers advised that life flight was on the ground at the hospital.

Assault: A man called police to report an assault in the 1000 block of Monroe St. Officers advised that they would be transporting one male back to the station.

Assist other agency: Huron County Sheriff’s Office called Bellevue PD and asked if they could attempt to locate a subject at Pizza Wheel who had a warrant. Officers advised Felicia Beckman was arrested on a warrant out of Norwalk PD for failure to appear.

Information: A woman called police to state that she needed officers to come to Revere Plastics because her boyfriend stole documents like her will and the deed to her house. She then stated that her boyfriend’s car could travel through time, and that the date was wrong before the call terminated. Officers advised they attempted to call the number back, but received no answer. They then called Clyde PD and advised them of the call.

Saturday, May 21

Disturbance: Police received a call from a man who advised a female tried to break into his house on the 100 block of Kilbourne St. and assault him. The caller stated that she had gotten into her vehicle, a Ford Explorer, and left. Officers advised they checked the area, but were unable to locate the vehicle. The man was told to call back if the female returned.

Information: A man called police to advise that he was on his way from Huron to Bellevue to go to the man from the earlier disturbance’s house. According to the caller, he heard the man had beaten up his daughter, who is eight months pregnant. The man suggested that officers meet him at the house before he took matters into his own hands. Bellevue PD asked if his daughter was the female who allegedly broke into the male’s house in the prior disturbance call, and he stated yes. Officers ended up making contact with the subjects at the car wash. A report was taken from the woman, and all subjects left the area.

Disturbance: Bellevue PD received a call from a Taco Bell employee who said there was a man in the lobby cussing people out. The man was wearing a hoodie, and driving a tan car. Officers advised the male left before their arrival, heading east on Rt. 20.

Traffic stop: Officers advised they would have a vehicle stopped near E. Main St. and Bauer Rd. for speeding. Officers advised consent was given to search the vehicle with negative results. The operator was issued a citation for speeding.

Petty theft: A man called police to report that someone stole a television and some speakers after a memorial held for his stepson at the VFW.

Summons: Police advised they would be out at the 300 block of North Sandusky St. to serve a summons on a 23-year-old woman. Officers advised Erie County does have a warrant for the female, but did not want her at the time, just wanted officers to advise her of the warrant. Officers advised they were unable to make contact.

Suspicious vehicle: A Willows employee called police advising of a suspicious vehicle. Officers were unable to locate it.

Hazard: Police received a call advising that five teenagers were throwing things off the overpass by Cherry Blvd. The caller stated that she was on East Center by the car wash and could see the subjects, who appeared to be four boys and one girl. Officers advised they saw the subjects, but the kids had taken off when they got turned around. Officers were unable to locate them.

Information: A man came to the station to advise that he had been at the drive-in in Norwalk with his girlfriend and children, and his girlfriend left him there. The man told police his girlfriend had been drinking a lot lately on top of taking prescription medication, and he was worried about going home because he knew it would turn into an argument and the two had a history of physical altercations. The man hoped to speak to an officer about what his options were. Officers advised him that it was a civil issue. The man advised that he may be staying the night at his brother’s house.

Sunday, May 22

Vehicle fire: Bellevue PD received a call from a Norfolk Southern employee that there is a box car on fire at building E7. Officers transferred the call to the Bellevue Fire Department and advised Huron County.

Escort: A man asked for an officer to come to his residence on the 100 block of Shumaker Dr. to retrieve his belongings, because his girlfriend was yelling after he had come home. Officers were advised, but the man and his children ended up staying at the residence for the evening.

Suspicious vehicle: Police received a call advising of a suspicious silver Chrysler 300 parked at the corner of Gardner and Pleasant. It had been there for approximately 15 minutes with its lights on. Officers made contact with the subject, who was just in the driveway waiting on someone else.

Fire aid: Bellevue Fire Department toned out for a mutual aid with Groton Township at Norfolk Southern for a box car fire.

Disturbance: A woman called Bellevue Pd and advised that there was a male at her door trying to get into her house in the 700 block of Gardner St. The caller did not know the man, and advised that all the doors were secure. Officers arrived and advised they arrested the male, Myles Moyer, who had an active warrant out of Seneca County. Bellevue PD advised the residence was outside of their jurisdiction, and contacted Sandusky County officers who took the male into custody.

Warrant arrest: Bellevue PD received a call from Seneca County advising they had a Larry Spencer Jr. in custody on a warrant out of Bellevue Municipal Court for failure to comply.

Prisoner transport: Officers advised they picked up Larry Spencer Jr. from Seneca County Jail and transported him to Sandusky County jail.

Disturbance: A woman called police to advise that a man was at the storage units on North Buckeye St., and he was taking her jeep. Officers spoke to the subjects, and advised that it was a verbal disagreement.

Persons suspicious: Police received a call from a woman who advised that her neighbor had tried to lure kids into her apartment at the Bryn Mawr Apartment Complex. The woman requested to speak to an officer. Officers advised that it appeared to be a misunderstanding.

Information: A woman called police from the Bellevue Middle school basketball court to report an unruly subject causing issues in the stands. Officers advised that they would not be removing anyone at that time, but would stick around to make sure everything was okay.

Parking complaint: A man called Bellevue PD and asked to speak with an officer about his neighbors in the 200 block of Sheridan St. parking in his yard. Officers advised they attempted to make contact with the neighbors.

Monday, May 23

Prisoner transport: Officers went to Sandusky County Jail to pick up Nathan Pickering and Jocelyn Caudill for Bellevue Municipal Court.

Animal bite: A man called Bellevue PD and advised that he was bitten by a pit bull while doing some work in the 100 block of Howard St. The caller told police the subject at the location took the dog in a Jeep and headed to Sandusky.

Prisoner transport: Officers returned Nathan Pickering and Jocelyn Caudill to Sandusky County Jail.

Warrant arrest: Officers advised they would be checking an apartment in the 100 block of Kilbourne St. for a 23-year-old woman who has a warrant out of Bellevue Municipal Court. Officers advised the woman was not at the location.

Trespassing: A man called police and advised there were juveniles skateboarding on his business property in the 200 block of Castalia St. and would like an officer to speak to them. Officers advised the juveniles were told to leave the property.

Animal bite: A woman called police to report her dog had been attacked and bitten by three larger dogs while she was walking it in the 100 block of Crystal Ct. She said this was a repeat incident, and the owner did not try to restrain his dogs. Officers advised they would be out in the area to attempt to make contact the owner of the dogs. Officers advised they took statements, and would be investigating further.

Information: Police received a call from a woman concerned that there may have been a Peeping Tom at her window in the 100 block of Brandon Blvd. She told officers she found a tin can filled with cigarette butts outside her bedroom window, but said she doesn’t smoke and didn’t know who would have put it there or why. She advised she didn’t see any signs of entry on the residence, or anyone in the area. Officers took a report.

Harassment: A man called police and advised his ex-wife had been harassing him over the phone. The caller advised he had made prior reports against her.

Escort: A man called police and advised that he went to the 100 block of Belle Ave. to get a tire removed from a boat trailer so he could have the boat removed from the property. The female at the residence stated that the boat’s title belonged to someone else, and was not cooperating. The caller advised he had made a previous report regarding the boat and the residents. The subjects ended up making an agreement so officers were no longer needed.

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