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Published: Saturday, 3/16/2013

Suburban crime log: 3/16

Bedford Township

Thefts

Karen Adams, food and pop from vehicle in 2000 block of West Dean.

James Porcello, jewelry from residence in 6500 block of Clover.

Elana Kemper, sport utility vehicle from 1000 block of Washington.

Noreen Perry, cash from vehicle in 9000 block of Oakridge.

Lorena Jones, mail with medicine from residence in 9000 block of Oakridge.

 

Holland

Theft

Sherwin Williams, checks from mailbox at business in 6800 block of Airport.

 

Lake Township

Thefts

Toledo Edison, spool of copper wire and GPS tracker unit from business in 900 block of Lemoyne.

Venue, central air conditioning unit from business in 4700 block of Woodville.

Illiana Vargas, TV from residence in 5900 block of Moline Martin.

 

Maumee

Thefts

Michael Kurek, handgun, cash, and medication from residence in 1200 block of Birch.

Crane America, Fort Meigs, Perrysburg, GPS unit from vehicle in 1400 block of Harpers Ferry.

Brian Przeslawski, Jr., Firethorn, Toledo, sunglasses and Army dog tags from vehicle in 700 block of Illinois.

TCI, La Crosse, Wis., 5 point laser level, saw kit, tool bags and belt, and assorted tools from vehicle parked in 1400 block of Arrowhead.

 

Oregon

Burglary

Matthew Nye and Tammi Donaldson, TV, handgun, laptop computer, and jewelry from residence in 5900 block of Bryan.

Thefts

Heartland of Oregon, cash from business in 3900 block of Navarre.

Suzanne Alvarado, jewelry from residence in 3100 block of Brown.

Red Bull Distribution Co., 300 block of Tomahawk, bank bag from vehicle in 3300 block of Navarre.

Robert Winifred, bag of clothing from vehicle in 2700 block of Pickle.

 

Perrysburg

Theft

Troy Michael, Pioneer, Ohio, toolbox, and assorted tools from vehicle in 10000 block of Fremont Pike.

Douglas Mold, Swanton, GPS unit from vehicle in 1600 block of Brigham.

 

Perrysburg Township

Thefts

Kenny Bushrow, hydraulic forklift from business in 28000 block of Glenwood.

Thomas Clingo, TV and change from residence in 28000 block of Starbright.

 

Sylvania

Thefts

Nicholas Karpinski, 5100 block of Franciscan, Kindle Fire from 6200 block of Monroe.

Brandy Barrett, 8900 block of Stonybrook, purse and contents from 7000 block of West Sylvania.

Kylee Riedmaier, bank card from residence in 4800 block of North McCord.

Steven Eichenberg, bicycle from backyard of residence in 5200 block of McGregor.

Ryan Alexander, Ohio Direction card, cash, and video game from residence in 5400 block of Gray.

Burglary

Jennifer Buchele, known person broke into residence in 5200 block of South Main, no loss reported.

 

Sylvania Township

Burglaries

Cake in a Cup, cash from business in 6800 block of West Central.

Wayne Myers, assorted jewelry from residence in 4100 block of Lancelot.

 

Springfield Township

Burglary

Scott Ferguson, TVs from residence in 6900 block of Kranz.

Thefts

Mosser Construction Inc., tools from vehicle in 1300 block of East Mall.

Kristin Kobee, cell phone from residence in 300 block of East Hillsdale.

IHOP, cash from restaurant in 6500 block of Airport.

A-1 Tent Rental, truck battery and tent stakes from vehicle in 10100 block of Garden.

 

Rossford

Burglary

Timothy Danford, shotgun from garage of residence in 1100 block of Lewis.

 

Spencer Township

Burglary

Nathan Clevenz, handgun with magazines and ammunition, TV and auto parts from garage in 100 block of South Schawmberger.

 

University of Toledo

Thefts

Erin Kolinski, 2000 block of Douglas, Nabi 2 tablet and case from 2800 block of West Bancroft.

Annad Rafiqi, 1800 block of West Rocket, laptop computer, charger, and bookbag and contents from 2800 block of West Bancroft.



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