Here are the crime reports from Aug. 5 through Aug. 12 from Sylvania and Sylvania Township police departments. Also included are the fire runs from the Sylvania Township Fire Department.
Theft. Wendy Odenkirk, 7500 block of Erie Street, reported stolen a mountain bike worth $50.
Burglary. Nancy Schroeder, 5200 block of Olde Ridge Road, reported someone broke into her home and stole a laptop computer valued at $832, a flat screen TV worth $700, and $120.
Theft. Brianna Lievens Pilbeam, 5200 block of Westcroft Drive, reported someone made fraudulent purchases on her credit card in the amount of $93.17.
Sylvania Township Police
Burglary. Samantha Middlebrooks, 7900 block of Central Avenue, reported someone broke into her home and stole two DVD players each worth $60, an aquarium worth $180, a pit bull dog worth $900, and assorted tools.
Burglary. Michael Ragless, 3200 block of Elmont Road, reported someone broke into his home and stole two TVs with a combined value of $2,900, a laptop computer worth $100, and a DVD player worth $100.
Steak ‘n Shake, 5395 Monroe St., reported missing two bank deposits totaling $3,075.
Theft. Sunoco, 5410 W. Alexis Rd., reported stolen 13.7 gallons of gas worth $43.83.
Theft. Sandra Ceglarek, 500 block of Erie Street, reported stolen from her vehicle two purses, a wallet, mobile phone, and gift cards. The items had a combined value of $760. The incident occurred at the temporary location of the Kelly Miller Circus at Brint and Centennial roads.
Theft. M & M Construction Concepts, 412 Front St., reported a trailer stolen from a work site. The incident occurred at the law office Kalniz, Iorio & Feldstein Co., 5550 W. Central Ave.
Sylvania Township Fire Department
7200 block of Central Avenue, motor vehicle accident.
Centennial and Sylvania-Metamora roads, motor vehicle accident.
Central Avenue and Hasty Road, motor vehicle accident.
5100 block of Monroe Street, rupture because of a chemical reaction.
Whiteford and Cherrington roads, outside fire.
4900 block of Burkwood Court, overheated motor.
6500 block of Abbey Run, outside rubbish fire.
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