Incidents & Accidents
6-14 – A rural Toulon resident reported an unoccupied wrecked vehicle located just south of 1100N and 200E. A note located on the extensively damaged van stated that the occupant(s) had sought to get help. Authorities had the vehicle towed and impounded. The incident remains under investigation.
6-14 – Blayze N. Ryder, 18, Neponset, was ticketed for disobeying a no passing zone. In a preliminary report, a ticket was issued in conjunction with a two-vehicle accident that occurred at Route 78 and Duncan Road. The accident remains under investigation through the Stark County Sheriff’s Office.
6-15 – John M. Hatch, 71, Wyoming, was arrested for disorderly conduct. He was later released with a notice to appear in court.
6-20 – Justin C. Potter, 31, Wyoming, was cited for driving with an expired driver’s license. He was issued a notice to appear in court.
6-14 – As the result of a traffic stop in the 400 block of NW 5th Street, Larry Anderson, 69, Bradford, was arrested for improper use of registration and operating an uninsured vehicle. He was released with a court date.
6-14 – to a single-vehicle accident with damage only about three miles east of town. The juvenile driver ran from the scene and was captured by the Galva officer. The suspect had been involved in a hit-and-run accident in Kewanee moments earlier. The Kewanee Police Department and Henry County Sheriff’s Office each handled their wrecks and issued citations accordingly.
6-14 – Officer, along with the Galva Fire Department and Stark County Medic, were dispatched to a house fire in the 00 block of NE 2nd Street.
6-15 – to the east edge of town for a traffic complaint involving a semi driving erratically. The semi was located and the driver was advised of the complaint.
6-15 – to the 500 block of SE 1st Ave. in reference to a theft.
6-15 – to several residences all over Galva to speak to occupants about ordinance violations.
6-16 – to the 400 block of NW 9th Street for a criminal damage to property complaint.
6-16 – Officer met with a complainant at the Galva Police Department in reference to alleged harassment through Facebook. The offender was advised to have no further contact.
6-16 – Officer met with a subject at the Galva Police Department to turn in FOID revocation paperwork.
6-17 – to the 500 block of NW 8th Street for a loose-dog complaint. The dog was not located.
6-17 – to a suspicious vehicle complaint in the 200 block of SW 3rd Ave. The subject was driving in the area looking for a dog that got loose.
6-17 – to the 1000 block of North Center Ave. for a reckless driving complaint. The suspect vehicle was not located.
6-17 – Officer was contacted about a runaway juvenile from Kewanee who was possibly staying in the Galva area. The juvenile was located at a residence just west of town. The subject made suicidal comments and was ultimately transported by ambulance for evaluation/treatment.
6-17 – to the 300 block of SW 4th Street for a 911 hangup call. It was determined to be a child playing with a phone.
6-17 – As the result of a complaint in the 400 block of North Center Ave., Michael Bainbridge, 56, Galva, was arrested for possession of hypodermic needles and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released with a notice to appear in court.
6-18 – to the 400 block of NE 2nd Street for a dog running loose and walking in wet concrete.
6-18 – to the 500 block of SW 6th Ave. for a property line dispute.
6-18 – to SE 2nd Street to remove an unwanted subject.
6-19 – to the 300 block of NE 2nd Street for a loose, unfriendly pitbull. The owner took possession of the dog.
6-19 – to an area near the intersection of NW 6th Ave. and NW 1st Street for an obstruction in the roadway.
6-19 – to the 00 block of NE 2nd Street for a landlord/tenant dispute.
6-19 – to a residence on North Center Ave. to remove an unwanted subject.
6-19 – to a residence on NW 7th Ave. to remove an unwanted subject.
6-19 – to the 400 block of NW 4th Street for a 911 hangup call. It was determined to be a child playing with a phone.
6-20 – to the railroad crossing at NE 2nd Street and Burlington Road for a complaint involving juveniles playing along the railroad tracks.
6-20 – to the 300 block of Main Street for a property line dispute.
6-20 – to the 100 block of SE 1st Street for an animal neglect complaint.
6-20 – to the 300 block of Main Street for a burglary, criminal damage to property complaint.
Incidents & Accidents