Police log


June 15

-3:52 p.m.: theft. Kimberley Fourman was cited for two counts of theft for reportedly taking items from her employer, Rural King, and giving them to friends to return to the store for gift cards.

-4:31 p.m.: burglary. Police responded to a residence in the 100 block of Deshler Avenue on a report the door had been forced open and items stolen from inside.

June 17

-3:46 p.m.: burglary. Police responded to a reported break-in in the 1000 block of Harrison Avenue. Cash was stolen from the house.

-9 p.m.: hit and run. A minor hit and run collision was reported in the Wayne HealthCare parking lot.

June 18

-9:30 a.m.: assault. Police responded to a domestic violence report and cited Casey Selig for domestic violence, resisting arrest and child endangerment.

-2 p.m.: hit and run. A parked car was reported struck in the 100 block of Armstrong. The driver left the scene.

June 22

-10:52 a.m.: fugitive. Leanna Parris was placed under arrest on an active warrant for failure to appear on a family offense. She also was given a warning for child endangering.

-9:25 p.m.: vandalism. Police responded to a report of damage to a door on what appeared to be an attempted breaking and entering at a residence in the 800 block of East Main Street.

Accidents

-Frederick A. Rohr, 59, of Greenville, was cited for a red light violation following a two-vehicle collision June 19.

According to the crash report, Rohr entered the intersection at Russ and Wagner on a red light and collided with the vehicle driven by Teresa A. Oswalt, 66, of Greenville, who was transported by Greenville Township Rescue to Wayne HealthCare for possible injuries.

The Rohr vehicle had moderate damage, while the Oswalt vehicle had heavy damage.

-Robert Andrew Hutcheson, 20, of Arcanum, was cited for improper backing after striking another vehicle Monday at 5:32 a.m.

Hutcheson reportedly backed from the driveway at 906 Harrison Ave. and struck teh vehicle driven by Samantha J. Mullins, 25, of Celina.

Damage to both vehicles was minor.