Traffic
Oct. 30
Brian C. Pogan, 28, of Ada,was traveling west on Rd. R when he lost control of his vehicle on an icy/slush covered bride, went off the left side of the road, struck the guardrail and came to rest in the center of the roadway. 
David D. Luersman, 42 of Fort Jennings, stated he was eastbound on Rd. Z when he lost control of his vehicle on an icy/snow covered curve. Luersman went off the road and struck and AEP power pole.

Oct. 31
Ronald J. Miehls, 71, of Ottawa, was west bound on Rd. J when he hit a dog that was on the road. 
Nov. 1
Adam Charles Donaldson, 32, of Gilboa, was traveling west bound on St. Rt. 12 when he failed to stop as Charles E. Wilson, 65 of Dunkirk,was attempting to make a right hand turn from the driveway at 2814 St. Rt. 12. Donaldson veered right to avoid a rear end collision, making slight contact with Wilson's passenger side. Donaldson was cited with assured clear distance ahead. 
Nov. 2
Carl W. Baumert, 63, of Antwerp, stated that he was southbound on St. Rt. 115 at 50 mph when an eastbound deer ran into the path of his truck. The deer was struck by the front bumper of the truck, but was not located at the scene. 
Nov. 4
Michael G. Weller, 59 of Continental, was traveling south on Rd. 21, when a deer ran into the side of his vehicle.
Thomas E. Maag, 48, of Ottawa, went off the right side of West Blake St. and struck a utility pol at a slow speed. The pole was broken off at the base. The vehicle had no damage. The driver did not show proof of insurance and was brought to office for a BAC test. The test was refused. 
Nov. 5
Trisha L. Morman, 39, of Pandora, was traveling south had stopped at the stop sign at St. Rt. 12 and St. Rt. 696. Morman then failed to see and pulled into the path of westbound Minerva, Olivo, 51, of Columbus Grove.
Incidents
A domestic dispute was reported in Palmer Twp. on Oct. 30.