Greenville police blotter

WARRANT

April 6, 10:47 a.m.: Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of West Water Street in reference to a subject with active warrants. Upon arrival, police located Steve Bidwell, who had an active warrant in Darke County and two active warrants from Michigan. Bidwell was transported to the Darke Co. Jail where he was incarcerated without bond.

April 6, 2:41 p.m.: William Bush was arrested on a warrant from Darke Co. Municipal Court near the 500 block of East Water Street. Bush was transported to the jail and held on a bond of $575.

THEFT

April 5, 10:14 a.m.: Police responded to a theft not in progress at Superior Auto Sales, 1535 Wagner Avenue. A list of damaged vehicles and stolen items were taken. There are no suspects at this time.

April 6, 2:00 p.m.: Officers responded to the 500 block of East Fifth Street in reference to a grill that had been stolen off of someone’s porch. Officer’s collected information from the victim, and there are no suspects at this time.

April 7, 5:55 p.m.: Police were dispatched to the 500 block of East Third Street in reference to the theft of a catalytic converter off of a vehicle. There are currently no suspects.

April 8, 11:42 a.m.: Officers responded to a theft not in progress in the 500 block of Water Street. The victim reported that their bicycle had been stolen overnight. A suspect lead was given to police, but officers were unable to locate the suspect at his residence.

MISCELLANEOUS

April 5, 5:23 p.m.: Police responded to Walmart, 1501 Wagner Avenue, in reference to a purse that was stolen. The woman informed police that she had left her bag in her cart after loading her car, and the items were not there when she returned. It was later discovered that the bag was returned to the Walmart lost and found and the woman recovered the items.

April 6, 4:06 p.m.: A lanyard with three keys was taken into police property after a woman stated she found them in her backyard. There is no indication to who the keys belong to.

April 8, 8:47 a.m.: A woman informed police at the Greenville Police Department, 122 West Main Street, that her neighbor’s dog entered her property and attacked her dog. The owner of the loose dog was given a warning for dogs at large.

April 8, 11:01 a.m.: Officers issued a trash complaint to a residency in the 600 block of Southbrook Drive. The owner informed police he would clean the property as soon as possible.

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