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Ada police log June 25-July 1

Mike Harnishfeger, Ada police chief, released the June 25 to July 1 Ada police calls to The Icon.

June 25

• Traffic stop citation for speed
• Report taken for theft
• Report taken for threats
• Assist EMS on W. Lima Ave.
• Handled injury accident at Community Market

June 26
• Traffic stop male arrested summons issued for paraphernalia, report taken
• Report taken for theft
• Report taken for juvenile matter
• Traffic stop warning for no headlights

Hancock County Sheriff's Office has increased patrols July 3-5

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is conducting increased patrol from July 3 through July 5 thanks to grant funding from the Ohio Traffic Safety Office, according to Sergeant Matt Kinsinger of the patrol.

Deputies will pay particular attention for violations such as driving under the influence,  and failure to yield and speeding; all of which are leading actors in fatal crashes. There will be zero tolerance for driving under the influence and seat belt violations.

June 18-24 Ada police log

Ada Police Log June 18-24
June 18th
Handled fight complaint on E Ballard, male arrested for Ag Menacing, report taken
Handled fight complaint on North Park Dr.
Handled drive off at Ada Express Mart
June 19th
Traffic stop warning for no front plates
Handled well being check on W North Ave.
Report taken for non-injury accident on Central Ave, citation issued for improper backing
Report taken for theft from a vehicle on S Simon St.
Traffiic stop warning for no headlights
Traffic stop citation issued for fictitious plates
June 20th

June 11-17 Ada police call log

Ada Police call log follows from June 11 to June 17:

June 11
Traffic stop warning for suspicious activity
Handled suspicious person complaint on S. Johnson St.
Handled alarm drop on E Montrose
Handled non-injury accident on Main St, report taken and citation issued for
assured clear distance
Report taken for B&E on E. North Ave.
Handled juvenile matter
Handled domestic trouble complaint on E. Lehr

June 12
Assist other agency
Traffic stop warning for speed
Handled alarm drop on Main St.
Assist motorist with unlock on Hays

Ada police busy from May 28 to June 3

Ada Police Chief Michael Harnishfeger released the May 28 to June 3 Ada police call log to The Icon. It follows:

May 28
• Traffic stop warning for loud music
• Handled suspicious activity complaint at Grand and Montford
• Handled non-injury accident at Rite Aid
• Assist EMS on S. Johnson

May 29
• Handled loud noise complaint on West Lima Avenue
• Traffic stop citationfor expired plates
• Report taken for curfew violation
• Traffic stop warning for marked lanes
• Report taken for theft from a vehicle on West Highland
• Traffic stop warning for no brake light

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