Putnam County Sheriff's log: Week of Jan. 2, 2013
Wednesday, January 02, 2013 9:42 AM
On Dec. 12, telephone harassment was reported in Continental.
A welfare check was made in Leipsic on Dec. 16.A child custody case was disputed on Dec. 16 in Gilboa.
Theft was reported on Dec. 16 in Ottoville.
A missing child was reported on Dec. 23 in Ottawa.
On Dec. 26 a breaking and entering was reported in Columbus Grove.
Mindy J. Ankney, 35 of Oakwood, was traveling east on Rd. B and struck a deer as it attempted to cross the road.
A 911 call was placed for a house at 16974 Rd. E-16 that was on fire. Everyone was said to be out of the residence. The home was a two story structure and flames were showing, as the report stated and the Red Cross was on scene.
A transformer was reported on fire on St. Rt. 65 in Pleasant Twp.
A general fire alarm was pulled at the Ottawa-Glandorf High School. The Ottawa Fire Department was the first to respond. No flames where reported.
A resident on Pohl St. in Ottawa reported a smoke smell coming from their home. No flames were reported. Ottawa Fire Department was the first to respond. No injuries were reported.
A possible chimney fire was reported at a home on Rd I-18. Perry Twp. was the first to respond. An elderly female was checked on at the scene and the Red Cross came to speak with the owners.
The CSX tracks were reported to be on fire along St. Rt. 65. Pleasant Twp. was the first to report.