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Sylvania crime map: 7-31

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Here are the crime reports from July 22 through July 29 from Sylvania and Sylvania Township police departments. Also included are the fire runs from the Sylvania Township Fire Department.

Sylvania Police

July 22

Theft. Jodi Rozanski, 6700 block of Gaines Mill Drive, reported stolen a bicycle worth $360.

July 23

Theft. Jennifer Griffith, 500 block of Tonbridge Court, Perrysburg, reported someone broke into her car and took a laptop worth $500, shoes, and a credit card. The card had $408 worth of fraudulent charges. The incident occurred at Metamora State Bank, 8282 Erie St.

July 24

Theft. Christine Younkman, 4600 block of Mallory Court, reported stolen from her car an iPhone worth $200 and a purse valued at $300. The incident occurred at Metamora State Bank, 8282 Erie St.

July 25

Sexual imposition. A 48-year-old woman, 9200 block of Twin Creek Lane, reported someone grabbed her between the legs, making unwanted sexual contact. The incident occurred in front of T.K. Lanes Boutique, 5675 N. Main St.

Burglary. Anne Brunner, 5700 block of Woodrow Drive, reported someone stole a bicycle from her basement. It was valued at $150.

July 28

Burglary. Kristi Rhodus, 5200 block of Main Street, reported someone broke into the home and stole a watch valued at $150, a golden necklace worth $1,000, a gold wedding band worth $1,500, $50 worth of oxycodone, and identification documents.

Sylvania Township Police

July 23

Theft. Michelle Fackler, 6200 block of Judge Drive, reported someone stole her purse, cell phone, identification documents, and $80. The incident occurred at The Barn Bar, 3225 Centennial Road.

Burglary. Sharon Lamb, 3300 block of Waldmar Road, reported stolen a laptop worth $600, a pendant worth $200, and various jewelry with a combined value of $200.

Theft. Victor Tehensky, 2800 block of Kenwood Boulevard, reported stolen a computer worth $1,800, phone chargers, a fishing scale, and a bottle of Adderall. The incident occurred at Double A Solutions, 7110 Central Ave.

Theft. Karen Skeels, 3400 block of Indian Oaks Lane, reported stolen more than $3,000 worth of miscellaneous jewelry, and two computers, an iPod, and a video game system.

July 25

Theft. Tractor Supply Company, 7718 Central Ave., reported that someone stole a lawn mower belt and blades. The items had combined value of $150.

Theft. Brenda King, 2800 block of Wilford Drive, reported stolen a variety of gold jewelry with a combined value of $5,000 and a bottle of Adderall.

Theft. Christine Dimpegno, 4200 block of Holland-Sylvania Road, reported stolen a full length mink coat valued at $2,200, a mink stole valued at $2,000, a mink hat valued at $800, and a jacket worth $60. Ms. Dimpegno alleged the incident occurred while she was moving out of her former home at the 4300 block of Holland-Sylvania Road.

July 26

Theft. Katie Hudson, 6000 block of Chaney Drive, reported stolen a license plate.

Sylvania Township Fire Department

July 21

Intersection of McCord Road and Elmer Drive, motor vehicle accident.

5700 block of Acres Road, motor vehicle accident.

Intersection of Central Avenue and Holland-Sylvania Road, motor vehicle accident.

July 23

7600 block of Shadywood Lane, gasoline or other flammable liquid.

Intersection of Reynolds Road and Central Avenue, motor vehicle accident.

4000 block of McCord Road, motor vehicle accident.

July 24

9600 block of Sylvania-Metamora Road, building fire.

I-475 southbound at mile marker 13, motor vehicle accident.

July 25

7600 block of Sylvania Avenue, gas leak

July 26

Intersection of Whiteford Road and Sylvania Avenue, motor vehicle accident.

6000 block of Monroe Street, motor vehicle accident.

July 28

5700 block of Bonsels Parkway, unauthorized burning.

July 29

Intersection of Central Avenue and U.S. 23 southbound, motor vehicle accident.



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