Port Clinton Police Department

  • Agency: Port Clinton Police Department
  • Address: 1868 E Perry St, Port Clinton, 43452 OH
  • Chief: Robert J Hickman (Chief of Police)
Phone: 419-734-3121
Fax: (419)734-6510

Port Clinton Police Department is located at 1868 E Perry St, Port Clinton, 43452 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert J Hickman. The Port Clinton Police Department phone number is 419-734-3121.

Port Clinton Police Department News

"Rest In Peace Deputy Sheriff Taylor Lindsey and Sergeant Noel Ramirez" both of the Gilchrist County (Florida) Sheriff's Office. They were both slain from ambush while taking a meal break in a local restaurant. Please keep them, and all LEOs, in your prayers...

Chief’s Blotter – Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 32 (feels like 26) degrees and should climb through 42 being clear throughout the day. Today in History - Lead Story, 1906: The Great San Francisco Earthquake; At 5:13 a.m., an earthquake estimated at close to 8.0 on the Richter scale strikes San Francisco, California, killing hundreds of people as it topples numerous buildings. The quake was caused by a slip of the San Andreas Fault over a segment about 275 miles long, and shock waves could be felt from southern Oregon down to Los Angeles. San Francisco’s brick buildings and wooden Victorian structures were especially devastated. Fires immediately broke out and–because broken water mains prevented firefighters from stopping them–firestorms soon developed citywide. At 7 a.m., U.S. Army troops from Fort Mason reported to the Hall of Justice, and San Francisco Mayor E.E. Schmitz called for the enforcement of a dusk-to-dawn curfew and authorized soldiers to shoot-to-kill anyone found looting. Meanwhile, in the face of significant aftershocks, firefighters and U.S. troops fought desperately to control the ongoing fire, often dynamiting whole city blocks to create firewalls. On April 20, 20,000 refugees trapped by the massive fire were evacuated from the foot of Van Ness Avenue onto the USS Chicago. By April 23, most fires were extinguished, and authorities commenced the task of rebuilding the devastated metropolis. It was estimated that some 3,000 people died as a result of the Great San Francisco Earthquake and the devastating fires it inflicted upon the city. Almost 30,000 buildings were destroyed, including most of the city’s homes and nearly all the central business district. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: Robertson, Lawanda L. Port Clinton, Ohio • Assault PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 04/17/2018 Media Blotter 004726-18 04/17/2018 00:19 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PORTAGE/MARYLAND 004727-18 04/17/2018 00:46 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued 100 BLOCK E PERRY 004728-18 04/17/2018 00:48 TRAFFIC STOP Verbal Warning 200 BLOCK MAPLE 004729-18 04/17/2018 02:07 ALARM ATM AT THE JET EXPRESS • EVERYTHING WAS SECURE Assistance Rendered 3 N MONROE ST 004735-18 04/17/2018 03:07 OPEN DOOR MCCARTHY’S PUB EAST DOOR INTO THE KITCHEN, NOTHING APPEARED TO BE OUT OF PLACE • KEY HOLDER WAS CONTACTED Assistance Rendered 101 MADISON 004736-18 04/17/2018 03:25 OPEN DOOR VFW FRONT DOOR • ENTRANCE TO HALLWAY. DID NOT MAKE ENTRY INTO THE CLUB Assistance Rendered 214 MADISON 004737-18 04/17/2018 03:42 CIVIL COMPLAINT WANTS TO PICK UP HIS KIDS • KIDS WERE NOT PICKED UP SEE REPORT #374-18 Report Written 417 GARFIELD DR 004738-18 04/17/2018 05:06 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004739-18 04/17/2018 05:54 ALARM GENERAL BURGLARY ALARM • BUSINESS WAS OPENING FOR THE DAY. EMPLOYEE HAVING TROUBLE WITH ALARM SYSTEM, EVERYTHING OK Assistance Rendered 1308 E PERRY ST 004740-18 04/17/2018 07:05 SCHOOL PATROL PC HIGH SCHOOL Assistance Rendered 821 JEFFERSON 004741-18 04/17/2018 07:14 ASSIST UNIT • REQUEST TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR LARGE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT Verbal Warning STATE ROUTE 2 WEST BOUND 004742-18 04/17/2018 07:23 MUTUAL AID • REQUEST ASSISTANCE WITH TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR A LARGE ACCIDENT SEE REPORT #375-18 Report Written SR 163/SR 2 ON RAMP 004743-18 04/17/2018 07:51 NON INJURY ACCIDENT • STRUCK THE STOP SIGN AND KNOCKED IT OVER SEE OH-1#27 Crash Report Filed MONROE/W PERRY 004744-18 04/17/2018 08:52 AMBULANCE REQUEST • REQUEST SQUAD FOR FEMALE WITH SWOLLEN AND PAINFUL LEG / TONED @ 0852 Squad/Fire Dispatched 509 FREMONT RD 004745-18 04/17/2018 08:58 AMBULANCE REQUEST EDGEWOOD MANOR • MALE SUBJECT DIABETIC THAT IS UNRESPONSIVE / TONED FIRE AND EMS @ 0858. DANBURY SQUAD ALSO TONED FOR MUTUAL AID Squad/Fire Dispatched 1330 FULTON 004746-18 04/17/2018 09:25 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY PCPD • LEADS PRINTOUT FOR PROBATION Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004747-18 04/17/2018 09:25 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY PCPD • LEADS PRINTOUT FOR PROBATION Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004748-18 04/17/2018 12:02 TRAFFIC STOP 100 BLK ADAMS Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 004749-18 04/17/2018 12:05 FOUND PROPERTY MAGRUDER • FOUND BIKE SEE REPORT #376-18 Report Written 615 FULTON 004750-18 04/17/2018 12:33 911 CALL LAKEVIEW ESTATES • LIFT ASSIST POSSIBLE LEG INJURY / SQUAD DISPATCHED Squad/Fire Dispatched 205 BUCKEYE 004751-18 04/17/2018 12:37 HARASSING PHONE CALL PERRY'S GLEN APARTMENTS ADVISED HES IS BEING ACCUSED OF HARASSING A FEMALE THROUGH TEXT MESSAGES WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK WITH AN OFFICER • OFFICER ADVISED IT WAS A MISUNDERSTANDING Assistance Rendered 1195 W FREMONT RD 004752-18 04/17/2018 13:35 SUBPOENA / ON FILE PCPD • SUBPOENA ON FILE CRB1701213A Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004753-18 04/17/2018 13:40 SUBPOENA / ON FILE PCPD • SUBPOENA ON FILE CRB1701213A Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004754-18 04/17/2018 14:15 911 CALL BAYSHORE COUNSELING • FEMALE SUBJECT THREATENING SUICIDE NO WEAPONS INVOLVED / SQUAD DISPATCHED Squad/Fire Dispatched 304 MADISON ST 004755-18 04/17/2018 14:16 ASSIST UNIT BAYSHORE COUNSELING • ASSIST NCEMS / ASSISTANCE RENDERED Assistance Rendered 304 MADISON ST 004756-18 04/17/2018 14:50 TRAFFIC STOP KASPER/FREMONT Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 004757-18 04/17/2018 16:00 INFORMATION REQUEST PCPD • REQUESTED THE PHONE NUMBER FOR THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004758-18 04/17/2018 16:02 TRAFFIC STOP 2029 E STATE RD Warning Issued UNKNOWN 004759-18 04/17/2018 17:14 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SEE REPORT #377-18 Assistance Rendered 318 GARFIELD DR 004760-18 04/17/2018 18:07 TRAFFIC STOP FREMONT/LAUREL Warning Issued UNKNOWN 004761-18 04/17/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004762-18 04/17/2018 19:19 THEFT / REPORT Assistance Rendered 514 MADISON ST 004763-18 04/17/2018 19:56 FOLLOW UP MARATHON Assistance Rendered 1810 E PERRY 004765-18 04/17/2018 20:57 BOND / WAIVER PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004766-18 04/17/2018 21:46 FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 514 MADISON ST 004767-18 04/17/2018 23:19 DISORDERLY CONDUCT MAGRUDER ER REQUEST AN OFFICER FOR A MALE SUBJECT WHO IS INTOXICATED AND BEING A DISTURBANCE TRYING TO LEAVE • SUBJECT WAS RELEASED Assistance Rendered 615 FULTON

The Level 2 Snow Emergency for Ottawa County has been CANCELLED at this time... Chief Hickman

Ottawa County is currently under a Level 2 Snow Emergency. Emergency Services are currently on Route #2, just outside the City with a multiple vehicle crash due to the "black ice". Please use caution if you are out and about! Chief Hickman

Ottawa County is under a Level 2 Snow Emergency. Please slow down and take your time traveling this morning. There are numerous crashes on State Rt 2. Multiple agencies are assisting with these accidents.

Warrant UPDATE: Jensen, Steven E. Last Known Address: 217 E. 4th Street Apartment #1/2 Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 Warrant through Ottawa County Municipal Court, on April 12th, 2018, failed to appear for a violation of section 2903.13A - Assault on 04-11-2018. Failed to appear for plea change hearing (CRB 1701659 A). Warrant through Ottawa County Municipal Court, on April 12th, 2018, failed to appear for a violation of section 2921.33A - Resisting Arrest on 04-11-2018. Failed to appear for plea change hearing (CRB 1701659 B). Warrant through Ottawa County Municipal Court, on April 12th, 2018, failed to appear for a violation of section 2921.31A - Obstructing Official Business 2903.13A on 04-11-2018. Failed to appear for plea change hearing (CRB 1701659 C). If you should have information on Mr. Jensen’s whereabouts; PLEASE contact the Port Clinton Police Department at (419) 734-3121 or pcpdchief@portclinton-oh.gov Thank you, Chief Hickman

Chief’s Blotter – Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 32 (feels like 22) degrees and should climb through 36 being cloudy throughout the day. Today in History - Lead Story, 1970: Apollo 13 returns to Earth; With the world anxiously watching, Apollo 13, a U.S. lunar spacecraft that suffered a severe malfunction on its journey to the moon, safely returns to Earth. On April 11, the third manned lunar landing mission was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, carrying astronauts James A. Lovell, John L. Swigert, and Fred W. Haise. The mission was headed for a landing on the Fra Mauro highlands of the moon. However, two days into the mission, disaster struck 200,000 miles from Earth when oxygen tank No. 2 blew up in the spacecraft. Swigert reported to mission control on Earth, “Houston, we’ve had a problem here,” and it was discovered that the normal supply of oxygen, electricity, light, and water had been disrupted. The landing mission was aborted, and the astronauts and controllers on Earth scrambled to come up with emergency procedures. The crippled spacecraft continued to the moon, circled it, and began a long, cold journey back to Earth. The astronauts and mission control were faced with enormous logistical problems in stabilizing the spacecraft and its air supply, as well as providing enough energy to the damaged fuel cells to allow successful reentry into Earth’s atmosphere. Navigation was another problem, and Apollo 13‘s course was repeatedly corrected with dramatic and untested maneuvers. On April 17, tragedy turned to triumph as the Apollo 13 astronauts touched down safely in the Pacific Ocean. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: Wyatt, Joshua D. Port Clinton, Ohio • Warrant through Ottawa County – Rape PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 04/16/2018 Media Blotter 004692-18 04/16/2018 03:54 ASSISTANCE HAPPY DAYS MARINA BOAT AT DOCK #47 IS LISTING TO THE SIDE • OFFICER FOUND THE BOAT WAS RESTING ON THE DOCK. IT WAS PUSHED BACK OUT AND THERE IS NO DAMAGE Assistance Rendered 700 W LAKESHORE 004693-18 04/16/2018 05:02 TRAFFIC STOP BEST WESTERN MOTEL Verbal Warning 1734 E PERRY 004694-18 04/16/2018 05:09 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004695-18 04/16/2018 07:01 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY 53/COUNTY LINE WOULD LIKE TO NOW IF THE ROAD IS STILL CLOSED • OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS TRANSFERRED TO THE SHERIFFS OFFICE Other UNKNOWN 004696-18 04/16/2018 07:06 TRAFFIC PROBLEM PERRY STREET REQUEST PERRY STREET BE OPENED BACK UP • THE STREET DEPARTMENT WAS NOTIFIED Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004697-18 04/16/2018 07:41 MENTAL MAGRUDER REQUEST OFFICERS LOOK FOR A MAE SUBJECT WHO WAS PINK SLIPPED AND LEFT THE E • SUBJECT WAS TRANSFERRED OVER Assistance Rendered 615 FULTON 004699-18 04/16/2018 07:53 LITTERING PORTAGE RESALE SHOP • THEY HAVE A SUBJECT ON CAMERA DROPPING OFF ITEMS OVERNIGHT SEE REPORT #369-18 Report Written 301 W 2ND 004700-18 04/16/2018 08:33 PROTECTION ORDER VIOLATION • PROTECTION ORDER VIOLATION SEE REPORT #368-18 Report Written 219 E 11TH 004701-18 04/16/2018 09:08 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL NEWS HERALD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Other 115 W 2ND ST 004702-18 04/16/2018 10:16 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY MUNICIPAL COURT • LEADS PRINTOUT AND CCH Other 1860 E PERRY 004703-18 04/16/2018 10:16 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY MUNICIPAL COURT • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1860 E PERRY 004704-18 04/16/2018 10:41 INFORMATION REQUEST 53 S REQUEST TO KNOW IF THE ROAD IS OPEN • OUTSIDE CITY LIMIITS, CALLER WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE OR THE STATE HIGHWAY PATROL Other UNKNOWN 004705-18 04/16/2018 10:43 HARASSING PHONE CALL • SUBJECT IS RECEIVING HARASSING TEXT MESSAGES SEE REPORT #370-18 Report Written 225 BUCKEYE 004706-18 04/16/2018 12:09 FOUND PROPERTY 3RD/FULTON SYRINGE LAYING ON THE SIDE OF THE ROADWAY • ITEM WAS DISPOSED OF IN THE DEPARTMENTS SHARPS CONTAINER Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004707-18 04/16/2018 12:40 INFORMATION REQUEST PCPD • CALLER WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THERE ARE ANY PET STORES IN TOWN THAT SELL MICE Other 1868 E PERRY 004708-18 04/16/2018 12:55 THEFT / REPORT • ADVISED THAT HE PAID A CONTRACTOR TO DO SOME WORK AND HAS NOT BEEN COMPLETED YET SEE REPORT # 371-18 Report Written 328 E 6TH 004709-18 04/16/2018 13:45 BOATING ASSISTANCE/RESCUE HAPPY DAYS BOATING DOCKS Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004710-18 04/16/2018 14:19 LOCKOUT • LOCKOUT / BACK IN Assistance Rendered 840 MONROE 004711-18 04/16/2018 15:16 SCAM Assistance Rendered 4615 MUGGY RD 004712-18 04/16/2018 16:26 WARRANT ON FILE Assistance Rendered 217 1/ E 4TH 004713-18 04/16/2018 16:28 WARRANT SERVED Assistance Rendered 217 1/ E 4TH 004714-18 04/16/2018 16:32 SCAM Assistance Rendered 519 E 11TH 004716-18 04/16/2018 16:45 WARRANT SERVED • WARRANT SERVED SEE REPORT #372-18 Report Written 218 W 3RD 004717-18 04/16/2018 17:11 ASSIST UNIT Assistance Rendered 222 E 2ND 004718-18 04/16/2018 17:16 INFORMATION REQUEST Assistance Rendered 329 POLK 004719-18 04/16/2018 18:04 FOUND PROPERTY • FOUND PROPERTY SEE REPORT #373-18 Report Written 412 FREMONT 004720-18 04/16/2018 18:45 MENTAL Assistance Rendered 1271 W FREMONT RD 004721-18 04/16/2018 19:26 BOND / WAIVER PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004723-18 04/16/2018 23:26 TRAFFIC STOP MCCARTHY'S PUB Warning Issued 101 MADISON 004725-18 04/16/2018 23:53 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued FULTON/5TH

Contact Port Clinton Police Department: (419) 734-3121

Chief’s Blotter – Monday, April 16th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 36 (feels like 25) degrees and should climb through 41 being cloudy throughout the day. Weather UPDATE: There are NO City streets currently closed due to high water. I am unsure of any roadways outside the City limits… Today in History – Crime, 2007: Virginia Tech shooting leaves 32 dead; In one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, 32 people died after being gunned down on the campus of Virginia Tech by Seung Hui Cho, a student at the college who later committed suicide. The Virginia Tech shooting began around 7:15 a.m., when Cho, a 23-year-old senior and English major at Blacksburg-based Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, shot a female freshman and a male resident assistant in a campus dormitory before fleeing the building. Police were soon on the scene; unaware of the gunman’s identity, they initially pursued the female victim’s boyfriend as a suspect in what they believed to be an isolated domestic-violence incident. However, at around 9:40 a.m., Cho, armed with a 9-millimeter handgun, a 22-caliber handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition, entered a classroom building, chained and locked several main doors and went from room to room shooting people. Approximately 10 minutes after the rampage began, he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The attack left 32 people dead and more than a dozen wounded. In all, 27 students and five faculty members died in the massacre. Two days later, on April 18, NBC News received a package of materials from Cho with a timestamp indicating he had mailed it from a Virginia post office between the first and second shooting attacks. Contained in the package were photos of a gun-wielding Cho, along with a rambling video diatribe in which he ranted about wealthy “brats,” among other topics. In the aftermath of the Virginia Tech shooting, authorities found no evidence that Cho, who was born in South Korea and moved to America with his family in 1992, had specifically targeted any of his victims. The public soon learned that Cho, described by students as a loner who rarely spoke to anyone, had a history of mental-health problems. It was also revealed that angry, violent writings Cho made for certain class assignments had raised concern among some of his professors and fellow students well before the events of April 16. In 2011, Virginia Tech was fined by the U.S. Department of Education for failing to issue a prompt campus-wide warning after Cho shot his first two victims. School officials sent an email notification about the dorm shooting to students and faculty at 9:26 that morning. According to the Department of Education, the message was vague and did not indicate there had been a murder or that the gunman was still at large. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: Bodi, Robert C. Port Clinton, Ohio • Domestic Violence McClellan, Hailey K. Port Clinton, Ohio • Warrant PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 04/13/2018 through 04/15/2018 Media Blotter 004584-18 04/13/2018 00:41 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued S RAILROAD/SHORT 004585-18 04/13/2018 01:00 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued 100 BLOCK MADISON 004586-18 04/13/2018 02:37 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PERRY/LINCOLN 004587-18 04/13/2018 04:00 BOND / WAIVER PCPD • PROCESS WAIVER Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004592-18 04/13/2018 04:42 OPEN DOOR KEY BANK OUTSIDE DOOR OPEN, INTERIOR DOOR WAS SECURE • KEY HOLDER WAS CONTACTED AND A MESSAGE WAS LEFT Assistance Rendered 201 MADISON 004596-18 04/13/2018 04:57 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004597-18 04/13/2018 08:08 PARKING VIOLATION 100 BLK MONROE • PARKING VIOLATION / VEHICLE WAS MOVED No Police Action Taken UNKNOWN 004598-18 04/13/2018 09:44 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004599-18 04/13/2018 10:08 PARKING VIOLATION • PARKING ISSUE / VEHICLE WILL BE MOVED Assistance Rendered 417 FREMONT RD 004600-18 04/13/2018 11:06 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS AND CCH PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004601-18 04/13/2018 11:06 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004602-18 04/13/2018 11:06 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004603-18 04/13/2018 12:16 LOCKOUT FASTRACK URGENT CARE • LOCKOUT / BACK IN Assistance Rendered 135 W PERRY 004604-18 04/13/2018 13:02 ALARM ALARM ACTIVATION • OFFICER ADVISED SUBJECT TO LEAVE UPON HOMEOWNER REQUEST Assistance Rendered 1301 E 2ND ST 004605-18 04/13/2018 13:14 ASSIST UNIT LAKEVIEW ESTATES Assistance Rendered 205 BUCKEYE 004607-18 04/13/2018 13:40 JUNK NOTICE • JUNK NOTICE / SUBJECT ADVISED HE IS WORKING ON CLEANING UP THE PROPERTY Assistance Rendered 729 STATE 004608-18 04/13/2018 13:44 WARRANT ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • WARRANT ON FILE FOR JAMES MORTON Other 1868 E PERRY 004610-18 04/13/2018 13:53 WARRANT SERVED • WARRANT SERVED ON HAILEY MCCLELLAN SEE REPORT #357-18 Report Written UNKNOWN 004611-18 04/13/2018 14:22 INJURY ACCIDENT MICKEY'S SMOKE SHOP • INJURY ACCIDENT / CRASH REPORT FILED Crash Report Filed 1308 E PERRY 004612-18 04/13/2018 14:33 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS AND CCH PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004613-18 04/13/2018 14:44 ALARM • ALARM ACTIVATION / ACCIDENTAL ALARM Assistance Rendered 615 JEFFERSON 004614-18 04/13/2018 15:18 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004615-18 04/13/2018 15:26 FOLLOW UP • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 611 FULTON 004616-18 04/13/2018 15:44 THEFT / REPORT • THEFT REPORT SEE REPORT #358-18 Report Written 1404 E 2ND 004617-18 04/13/2018 15:48 48 HOUR VIOLATION 300 BLK MCKINLEY Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004618-18 04/13/2018 15:59 WARRANT ON FILE PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004619-18 04/13/2018 16:28 FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 611 FULTON 004620-18 04/13/2018 16:39 DISTURBANCE LAKEVIEW ESTATES Assistance Rendered 225 BUCKEYE 004621-18 04/13/2018 18:18 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE MCCARTHY’S PUB Assistance Rendered 101 MADISON 004622-18 04/13/2018 18:21 BOND / WAIVER GRACEMYER BAIL BONDS Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004623-18 04/13/2018 18:29 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE TEST Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004624-18 04/13/2018 18:43 JUVENILE COMPLAINT LAKEVIEW ESTATES Assistance Rendered 225 BUCKEYE 004625-18 04/13/2018 19:45 JUVENILE COMPLAINT PORTAGE PARK SEE REPORT #359-18 Report Written UNKNOWN 004626-18 04/13/2018 20:09 FOUND PROPERTY BIKE IN CALLERS FRONT YARD • ADVISED HIM OF HIS OPTIONS Assistance Rendered 501 W 6TH ST 004627-18 04/13/2018 21:44 FOLLOW UP 1006 E PERRY Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004628-18 04/13/2018 22:13 TRAFFIC STOP MAPLE/PERRY Warning Issued MAPLE/PERRY 004629-18 04/13/2018 23:12 UTILITY PROBLEM PORT CLINTON PIER SEE REPORT #360-18 Report Written UNKNOWN 004630-18 04/14/2018 01:40 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE Assistance Rendered WASHINGTONST 004632-18 04/14/2018 05:19 AMBULANCE REQUEST EDGEWOOD MANOR • REQUEST SQUAD FOR LARGE SUBJECT THAT FELL AND IS COMPLAINING OF NECK PAIN / SQUAD AND FIRE DEPARTMENT TONED @ 0520 Squad/Fire Dispatched 1330 FULTON 004634-18 04/14/2018 11:01 ASSISTANCE WATER WORKS PARK Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004635-18 04/14/2018 12:03 BOND / WAIVER PCPD • BOND POSTING Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004637-18 04/14/2018 13:46 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL NEWS HERALD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 115 W 2ND ST 004638-18 04/14/2018 14:20 DISTURBANCE VERBAL DISPUTE • FEMALE SUBJECT WAS GONE ON ARRIVAL AND NO ANSWER AT DOOR No Police Action Taken 838 MARYLAND 004639-18 04/14/2018 14:24 ALARM JET EXPRESS ALARM ACTIVATION • OFFICE ADVISED EVERYTHING LOOKED OK Assistance Rendered 3 MONROE 004640-18 04/14/2018 16:53 UTILITY PROBLEM DEBRIS FROM THE LAKE AND SHORE ARE ON THE ROAD • STREET DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR CONTACTED. HE WILL TAKE CARE OF IT Assistance Rendered LAKESHORE DR 004641-18 04/14/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE TONE TEST / TONED @ 1815 Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004642-18 04/14/2018 19:09 MUTUAL AID - K9 UNIT ELKS LODGE #1718 • DEPUTY REQUEST K-9 ASSISTANCE ON TRAFFIC STOP Assistance Rendered 231 BUCKEYE 004643-18 04/14/2018 19:14 ASSIST UNIT ELKS LODGE #1718 • ASSIST DEPUTY ON TRAFFIC STOP Assistance Rendered 231 BUCKEYE 004644-18 04/14/2018 19:20 DISTURBANCE VERBAL ARGUMENT BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE • OFFICERS SPOKE WITH ALL PARTIES, EVERYTHING WAS OK Assistance Rendered 640 ORCHARD DR 004645-18 04/14/2018 19:33 TRAFFIC PROBLEM • REMOVING DEBRIS FROM THE ROADWAY Assistance Rendered 400 BLOCK JEFFERSON 004646-18 04/14/2018 20:28 BOND / WAIVER PCPD • PROCESS BOND Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004647-18 04/14/2018 20:36 SUSPICIOUS PERSON WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO AN OFFICER IN REFERENCE TO A MALE SUBJECT WALKING BETWEEN THE HOUSES IN THE AREA • OFFICERS SPOKE WITH THE CALLER. THEY WILL KEEP PATROLLING THE AREA THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT Assistance Rendered 528 E 11TH ST 004648-18 04/14/2018 20:49 B&E IN PROGRESS MALE SUBJECT WALKED IN THE RESIDENCE WHILE HER DAUGHTER WAS ALONE SEE REPORT #361-18 Report Written 210 E 6TH ST 004649-18 04/14/2018 21:28 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004652-18 04/14/2018 23:19 ASSIST UNIT 100 BLK MAPLE Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004653-18 04/14/2018 23:39 TRAFFIC STOP 500 BLK E PERRY Citation Issued UNKNOWN 004654-18 04/14/2018 23:45 DISTURBANCE PERRY'S GLEN APARTMENTS Assistance Rendered 1195 W FREMONT RD 004655-18 04/15/2018 00:51 UTILITY PROBLEM PERRY/MONROE Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004656-18 04/15/2018 01:44 ASSIST UNIT • ASSIST SQUAD / ASSISTANCE RENDERED Assistance Rendered 123 LINCOLN 004658-18 04/15/2018 02:21 TRAFFIC PROBLEM LAKESHORE DR Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004659-18 04/15/2018 03:45 TRAFFIC PROBLEM PERRY/JEFFERSON Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004660-18 04/15/2018 04:16 TRAFFIC PROBLEM PERRY/JEFFERSON Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004661-18 04/15/2018 04:35 MUTUAL AID • MUTUAL AID SEE REPORT #363-18 Report Written 2034 E LOCKWOOD 004662-18 04/15/2018 07:36 TRAFFIC PROBLEM PERRY BETWEEN ELM/LINCOLN • WATER ALMOST CROSSING THE ROADWAY / STREET DEPARTMENT WAS ADVISED Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004663-18 04/15/2018 07:37 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY PORT CLINTON TO TIFFIN CALLER WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT ROADS ARE CLOSED BETWEEN PORT CLINTON AND TIFFIN • SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE Other UNKNOWN 004664-18 04/15/2018 07:43 UTILITY PROBLEM WIRE HANGING LOW OVER THEIR DRIVEWAY • EITHER A CABLE OR PHONE LINE. OFFICER ADVISED IT I OKAY FOR NOW Assistance Rendered 104 JACKSON 004665-18 04/15/2018 08:09 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY TOLEDO CALLER WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE ROAD CONDITIONS FROM TOLEDO TO PORT CLINTON • SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT THE STATE HIGHWAY PATROL OR THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE Other UNKNOWN 004666-18 04/15/2018 08:42 TRAFFIC PROBLEM SUBWAY • REQUEST WE CALL HER WHEN JEFFERSON ST IS OPENED BACK UP SO SHE CAN OPEN HER BUSINESS Other 72 N JEFFERSON 004667-18 04/15/2018 09:00 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE PROBLEM 4TH/JEFFERSON WEST BOUND GREEN LIGHT IS OUT • A PROBLEM REPORT WAS FAXED TO CITY HALL AND THE STREET DEPARTMENT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004668-18 04/15/2018 10:28 TRAFFIC STOP 500 BLK W 6TH Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 004669-18 04/15/2018 11:06 TRAFFIC PROBLEM 700 BLK E PERRY • DETOUR LINCOLN TO E 2ND TO HAYES. 700 BLK OF E PERRY WILL BE CLOSED / STREET DEPARTMENT WAS NOTIFIED Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004670-18 04/15/2018 12:38 TRAFFIC PROBLEM 300 BLK W 2ND • BARRICADES WERE MOVED OFF OF THE ROADWAY / STREET DEPARTMENT WAS CONTACTED AND WILL REPLACE THEM Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004671-18 04/15/2018 13:10 INFORMATION REQUEST OCTA CALLER WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF OCTA IS RUNNING TODAY • SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO DIRECTLY CONTACT OCTA Other UNKNOWN 004672-18 04/15/2018 13:43 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE BLACK VEHICLE PARKED IN FRONT OF THE RESIDENCE WITH A MALE SITTING INSIDE FOR THE PAST TEN MINUTES • SUBJECT CALLED BACK AND ADVISED THE VEHICLE LEFT THE AREA PRIOR TO OFFICERS ARRIVAL Other 215 HARRISON 004673-18 04/15/2018 14:14 PROPERTY DAMAGE CITY PARK • REPORT OF A VEHICLE PARKED ON THE GRASS NEXT TO THE SHELTER HOUSE SEE REPORT #364-18 Report Written CITY PARK 004674-18 04/15/2018 15:11 B&E IN PROGRESS • B & E REPORT SEE REPORT #365-18 Report Written 429 FULTON 004675-18 04/15/2018 15:37 JUNK NOTICE • JUNK NOTICE Assistance Rendered 714 E 2ND 004676-18 04/15/2018 15:44 INTOXICATED PERSON COMMODORE PERRY INN Gone on Arrival 255 LAKESHORE 004677-18 04/15/2018 15:47 FOUND PROPERTY • FOUND BIKE.GREEN SEE REPORT #366-18 Report Written 606 LAUREL 004678-18 04/15/2018 17:59 SUBPOENA / SERVED Assistance Rendered 528 W FREMONT 004679-18 04/15/2018 18:05 SUBPOENA / SERVED • SUBPOENA SERVED Assistance Rendered 631 MONROE 004680-18 04/15/2018 18:14 SUBPOENA / SERVED Assistance Rendered 120 W 5TH 004681-18 04/15/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004682-18 04/15/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004683-18 04/15/2018 18:17 SUBPOENA / SERVED Assistance Rendered 221 MADISON 004684-18 04/15/2018 18:23 SUBPOENA / SERVED Assistance Rendered 132 E 2ND 004685-18 04/15/2018 18:33 SUMMONS SERVED Assistance Rendered 315 LINCOLN DR 004686-18 04/15/2018 18:41 SUBPOENA / SERVED LAKEVIEW ESTATES Assistance Rendered 221 BUCKEYE 004687-18 04/15/2018 19:04 SUBPOENA / SERVED Assistance Rendered 631 MONROE 004689-18 04/15/2018 19:38 SUBPOENA / SERVED Assistance Rendered 749 GRANT 004691-18 04/15/2018 22:19 MENTAL • MENTAL SEE REPORT #367-18 Report Written 722 E 3RD

Good Morning Friends; Here is an current update of N. Madison Street from our friends at Fisherman's Wharf... Chief Hickman

Notice of Civil Service Examination Police Officer for the City of Port Clinton The Port Clinton Police Department is looking for exceptional men and women interested in a career as an officer in a community-oriented police agency. The selection process consists of a written examination, and oral interview and a physical fitness test. The written examination will be held on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at the Port Clinton Senior Center, 320 East 3rd Street Port Clinton, Ohio. Applicants must show an Ohio driver’s license to gain admittance to the examination. The physical agility examination will be conducted on Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at the Sandusky Police Department, 222 Meigs Street, Sandusky, Ohio 44870 with a rain date of Saturday, June 9th, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. for those passing the written test. Police Officer: The Port Clinton Civil Service Commission is announcing open competitive examinations for the position of Police Officer in the service of the City of Port Clinton. Applications: must be picked up at Port Clinton City Hall, 1868 E. Perry Street, Port Clinton, Ohio (in person, no applications will be mailed) between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Applications will be available April 16th, 2018 through May 11th, 2018. Applications for entrance to this examination must be returned in person no later than 4:00 P.M. on May 11th, 2018 along with a non-refundable application fee of $35.00, payable by cash or money order only. Duties: are to serve as an officer with the Port Clinton Police Department by patrolling in a vehicle and/or foot or bicycle, pursuing and physically restraining suspects, observing and preventing violations of law. See position description for a full list. Qualifications: Citizenship: Must be a legal United States Citizen, and not have been convicted of a felony or domestic violence charge in any state or federal court. Age: Must be twenty-one (21) years at the time of employment. EEO: The City of Port Clinton is committed to conduct all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin or ethnic heritage. Education: High school graduate or GED required as well as current Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy certification. Character: Must be of good moral character with no felony convictions. Previous work history must indicate dependability, the ability to get along with people and exercise good judgement. Physical Exam: 1. Run twenty (20) feet and surmount the six (6) foot fence • (maximum of three (3) attempts) 2. Run the course (a distance of ¼ mile) 3. Surmount the four (4) foot fence • (five (5) second penalty for failure to clear) 4. Move a one-hundred and sixty-five (165) pound drag sled a distance of fifty (50) feet 5. Pick up the inert weapon, extend your arm so that the barrel protrudes through the eight (8)” diameter ring and dry fire a total of twenty-one (21) times with the dominant hand without touching the ring. Now, place the weapon in the weak hand and dry fire a total of six (6) times. • Failure to pull the trigger a total of twenty-one (21) times with the dominant hand or six (6) times with the weak hand constitutes failure; a five (5) second penalty is assessed each time the barrel touches the ring Note: Time is continuous from start to finish and the test must be completed in a time of three (3) minutes and forty-five (45) seconds. • Failure to surmount the six (6) foot fence after three (3) attempts represents a failure on the test. • You are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes or gym clothes and tennis shoes for the physical examination. License: Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license and be insurable under the City’s insurance policy at the time of appointment. Salary: The base salary range for 2018 for police officer is $38,937.60 - $56,804.80, annually. Benefits: Paid vacation, holiday pay, sick leave and life insurance, medical and dental insurance available. Uniform allowance and equipment provided. Selection: The selection process will include written, oral, and physical testing. Candidates must bring their driver’s license to the written examination. The background investigation includes reference checks, interviews and a truth verification examination (if applicable). Medical and psychological examinations are required prior to appointment. All applicants will be screened for drug use prior to employment. The complete selection process typically takes approximately ninety (90) days. Applicants who receive a passing grade of 70% on the written examination will receive additional credit for the following: 20% for military veterans with an honorable discharge 10% for current reserve police officers of the City of Port Clinton NO LATE ADMISSION: All applicants for the entrance to written examination and secondary testing must be present at the test site prior to the starting time. No provisions exist for late arrivals or personal circumstances. PLEASE SHARE... Chief Hickman

High Water Update - Sunday, April 15th, 2018: Good Morning Friends, Sergeant Nelson contacted me a short time ago and sounds like most of the Perry Street areas are barricaded off due to high water. Chief I was wondering if you could post on Facebook the following road closures: Perry Street from Jefferson Street to Monroe Street W. 2nd Street from Madison Street to Monroe Street W. 2nd Street from Jackson Street to Harrison Street and high water on E. Perry Street from Linden Street to Lincoln Drive and Brooklyn Street Barricades, cones and high water signs are up. We have had people crossing past them and the water is extremely high in places. These areas are barricaded for YOUR safety and to MINIMIZE property damage. PLEASE stop driving around the barricades, YOU are subjecting your own safety, property damage to your vehicle, and the possibility of a citation for; Operating a Motor Vehicle on a CLOSED Roadway. Please Share! Chief Hickman

Unfortunately Friends, Mother Nature is again letting us know "who's in charge"! I thought I would share this video, just to update you on our current conditions in the City... Chief Hickman

Chief’s Blotter – Friday, April 13th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 43 (feels like 37) degrees and should climb through 71 being cloudy throughout the day. Today in History – Crime, 1984: Mass murderer Wilder commits suicide; Christopher Wilder dies after a month-long crime spree involving at 11 young women who have disappeared or been killed. Police in New Hampshire attempted to apprehend Wilder, who was on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List, but Wilder apparently shot himself to death in a scuffle with state troopers to avoid capture. Australian-born Wilder was a wealthy race-car driver who lived in an estate in Boynton Beach, Florida. Authorities believe that Wilder began his kidnapping, rape, and murder spree on February 26 when Rosario Gonzales, a part-time model, disappeared. A week later, on March 5, Elizabeth Kenyon of Coral Gables also disappeared. When a private detective began looking into Kenyon’s disappearance and interviewed Wilder, he suspected the man’s involvement. However, before police could look any further into the matter, Wilder disappeared. For a month, Wilder traveled across the country finding new victims. His typical method was to approach attractive young women in shopping malls with offers of modeling jobs. After Wilder’s death, the parents of Rosario Gonzales went to Wilder’s estate to see if their missing daughter was buried there. Police arrested four members of the Gonzales family for trespassing. Later, the families of the victims filed claims totaling $50 million against Wilder’s estate. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: Grimm, Shane Port Clinton, Ohio • Warrant through Ottawa County Municipal Court Rose, Richard D. Jr. Port Clinton, Ohio • Warrant (50 total) on Indictments through Ottawa County Common Pleas Court PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 04/12/2018 Media Blotter 004545-18 04/12/2018 01:54 MUTUAL AID REQUEST OFFICER ASSIST HIM IN WARRANT SERVICE ATTEMPT SEE REPORT #351-18 Report Written 95 N SEEGARD ST 004547-18 04/12/2018 05:02 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL WFRO FREMONT • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Other UNKNOWN 004549-18 04/12/2018 08:38 FIRE TEST HUNTINGTON DRIVE THRU • ALARM TESTING / TEST COMPLETE Other 7 MONROE 004550-18 04/12/2018 09:35 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 004551-18 04/12/2018 09:36 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 004552-18 04/12/2018 09:36 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 004553-18 04/12/2018 09:36 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 004554-18 04/12/2018 09:36 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 004555-18 04/12/2018 10:09 FOLLOW UP • FOLLOW UP SEE REPORT #346-18 Report Written 1758 STATE ST 004556-18 04/12/2018 10:10 JUNK NOTICE • JUNK NOTICE SERVED Assistance Rendered 706 CLINTON ST 004557-18 04/12/2018 10:29 WARRANT SERVED OTTAWA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE • WARRANT SERVED ON SHANE B GRIMM SEE REPORT #353-18 Report Written 315 MADISON 004558-18 04/12/2018 10:43 ASSISTANCE Assistance Rendered 215 HARRISON ST 004560-18 04/12/2018 11:31 ESCORT BAPTIST CHURCH LIMESTAHL • FUNERAL ESCORT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004562-18 04/12/2018 13:17 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY THEFT ON A FIREARM • OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS. SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE Assistance Rendered 23 S RIVERBEND 004563-18 04/12/2018 13:18 FOLLOW UP • FOLLOW UP / SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT THE POST OFFICE. OUR OFFICER RECOVERED THE PACKAGE AND RETURNED IT TO THE POST OFFICE Assistance Rendered 439 HURON 004564-18 04/12/2018 13:36 911 CALL PORT CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL • 911 HANG UP / OFFICERS ADVISED EVERYTHING IS OKAY. PHONE ISSUE Assistance Rendered 821 S JEFFERSON ST 004565-18 04/12/2018 13:47 LOST PROPERTY PCPD • LOST KEYS ON A GREEN BRACELET. UNKNOWN LOCATION WHERE THEY WERE LOST Other 1868 E PERRY 004566-18 04/12/2018 13:50 COURT DETAIL MUNICIPAL COURT • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1860 E PERRY 004567-18 04/12/2018 14:01 HARASSMENT ST THOMAS CHURCH REQUEST OT SPEAK TO AN OFFICER ABOUT INAPPROPRIATE COMMENTS MADE BY A MALE IN AA MEETING • OFFICER SPOKE TO THE SUBJECT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004568-18 04/12/2018 14:07 SCAM PCPD CALLER ADVISED 662-701-5817 CALLED HER AND LEFT A MESSAGE CLAIMING THEY WERE FROM THE IRS • CALLER JUST WANTED US TO BE AWARE. THEY WERE NOT OUT ANY MONEY AND THEY DID NOT GIVE OUT ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION Other 1868 E PERRY 004569-18 04/12/2018 14:08 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 700 BLK W 6TH Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004570-18 04/12/2018 15:08 JUNK NOTICE Assistance Rendered 200 E 6TH 004571-18 04/12/2018 16:13 TRAFFIC STOP 3RD/FULTON Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004572-18 04/12/2018 16:26 NARCOTICS FOUND NARCOTICS IN THE YARD SEE REPORT #354-18 Report Written 421 FULTON 004573-18 04/12/2018 16:41 RUN, WITNESS, SIGN OVI TEST PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004574-18 04/12/2018 16:44 WARRANT SERVED 3RD/FULTON • WARRANT SERVED SEE REPORT #355-18 Report Written UNKNOWN 004575-18 04/12/2018 17:15 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY DOLLAR GENERAL Assistance Rendered 1124 W FREMONT 004576-18 04/12/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004577-18 04/12/2018 19:04 RECKLESS OPERATION KENTUCKY/PORTAGE • RECKLESS OPERATION / UNABLE TO LOCATE Gone on Arrival UNKNOWN 004578-18 04/12/2018 19:14 FOUND PROPERTY ARLINGTON INN Assistance Rendered 121 E PERRY 004580-18 04/12/2018 21:00 FIRE TEST MAGRUDER • FIRE TESTING Assistance Rendered 615 FULTON 004581-18 04/12/2018 21:45 TRAFFIC STOP FRISCHES BIG BOY Warning Issued 1707 E PERRY 004582-18 04/12/2018 22:07 ASSIST UNIT • ASSIST SQUAD / ASSISTANCE RENDERED Assistance Rendered 506 MADISON 004583-18 04/12/2018 23:01 HARASSMENT CALLER BEING HARASSED BY NEPHEWS IN REFERENCE TO A CIVIL MATTER • SHE WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT POLICE DEPARTMENT TO SET UP A TIME TO HAVE OFFICERS STAND BY TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE Assistance Rendered 1501 E STATE ST

"Rest In Peace Police Officer Sean Gannon" of the Yarmouth (MA) Police Department, who was shot and killed earlier this afternoon while serving a warrant. His K9 partner, Nero, was wounded...

"Rest In Peace Patrolman Kevin Crossley" of the Whitesboro (NY) Police Department. Please keep his family and fellow officers in your thoughts and prayers...

Warrant UPDATE - Friday, April 12th, 2018 The warrant for Shane B. Grimm through Ottawa County Municipal Court was served this morning as Mr. Grimm turned himself in to authorities. Mr. Grimm's photograph has been removed. Chief Hickman

Chief’s Blotter – Thursday, April 12th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 50 degrees and should climb through 69 with an 80% chance of rain showers throughout the day. Today in History - Lead Story, 1861: The Civil War begins; The bloodiest four years in American history begin when Confederate shore batteries under General P.G.T. Beauregard open fire on Union-held Fort Sumter in South Carolina’s Charleston Bay. During the next 34 hours, 50 Confederate guns and mortars launched more than 4,000 rounds at the poorly supplied fort. On April 13, U.S. Major Robert Anderson surrendered the fort. Two days later, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation calling for 75,000 volunteer soldiers to quell the Southern “insurrection.” As early as 1858, the ongoing conflict between North and South over the issue of slavery had led Southern leadership to discuss a unified separation from the United States. By 1860, the majority of the slave states were publicly threatening secession if the Republicans, the anti-slavery party, won the presidency. Following Republican Abraham Lincoln’s victory over the divided Democratic Party in November 1860, South Carolina immediately initiated secession proceedings. On December 20, the South Carolina legislature passed the “Ordinance of Secession,” which declared that “the Union now subsisting between South Carolina and other states, under the name of the United States of America, is hereby dissolved.” After the declaration, South Carolina set about seizing forts, arsenals, and other strategic locations within the state. Within six weeks, five more Southern states–Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana–had followed South Carolina’s lead. In February 1861, delegates from those states convened to establish a unified government. Jefferson Davis of Mississippi was subsequently elected the first president of the Confederate States of America. When Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated on March 4, 1861, a total of seven states (Texas had joined the pack) had seceded from the Union, and federal troops held only Fort Sumter in South Carolina, Fort Pickens off the Florida coast, and a handful of minor outposts in the South. Four years after the Confederate attack on Fort Sumter, the Confederacy was defeated at the total cost of 620,000 Union and Confederate soldiers dead. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: None PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 04/11/2018 Media Blotter 004500-18 04/11/2018 00:11 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY STRUCK A DEER • TRANSFERRED TO OTTAWA COUNTY Assistance Rendered 2186 W LAKESHORE DR 004501-18 04/11/2018 00:11 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY STRUCK A DEER • TRANSFERRED TO OTTAWA COUNTY Assistance Rendered 2186 W LAKESHORE DR 004502-18 04/11/2018 00:37 TRAFFIC STOP Verbal Warning 3RD/HARDING 004510-18 04/11/2018 04:57 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004511-18 04/11/2018 06:40 ALARM PORT CLINTON FISHERIES BURGLARY ALARM • ALARM COMPANY CANCELLED Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004512-18 04/11/2018 08:40 ALARM EDGEWOOD MANOR • ALARM TESTING Other 1330 FULTON 004513-18 04/11/2018 08:58 THEFT / REPORT LAKEVIEW ESTATES Assistance Rendered 213 BUCKEYE 004514-18 04/11/2018 09:38 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued FULTON/ SOUTH WILCOX 004515-18 04/11/2018 09:42 COURT DETAIL CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004516-18 04/11/2018 09:45 COURT DETAIL CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 004517-18 04/11/2018 10:08 WARRANT SERVED CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • WARRANT SERVED SEE REPORT #345-18 Report Written 1868 E PERRY 004518-18 04/11/2018 10:32 SUBPOENA / ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • SUBPOENA ON FILE Other 1868 E PERRY 004519-18 04/11/2018 11:52 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICE REFERRAL SEE REPORT # 346-18 Report Written 1758 E STATE ST 004520-18 04/11/2018 12:18 RECKLESS OPERATION 100 BLK ADAMS GRAY DODGE CHARGER DRIVING FAST DOWN THE ALLEY • REQUESTING EXTRA PATROLS IN THE AREA Other UNKNOWN 004521-18 04/11/2018 12:35 ASSISTANCE LAKEVIEW ESTATES REQUEST TO SPEAK WITH AN OFFICER • SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT THE PROPERTY MANAGER IN THE FUTURE Assistance Rendered 205 BUCKEYE 004522-18 04/11/2018 12:39 SCAM CREDIT CARD SCAM • SEE REPORT #347-18 Report Written 135 E 2ND ST 004523-18 04/11/2018 13:37 FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LORAIN • BRUSH FIRE / FIRE DEPARTMENT DISPATCHED Squad/Fire Dispatched 1840 E PERRY 004524-18 04/11/2018 13:40 ASSIST UNIT FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LORAIN • BRUSH FIRE / ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT Assistance Rendered 1840 E PERRY 004525-18 04/11/2018 14:04 PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT PC HIGH SCHOOL • VEHICLE BACKED INTO ANOTHER VEHICLE SEE OH-4 #4525-18 Assistance Rendered 821 JEFFERSON 004526-18 04/11/2018 14:20 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCCYITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 004527-18 04/11/2018 14:39 MUTUAL AID RTE 2 W/B / FULTON ST • REQUEST OFFICER TO ASSIST ON A TRAFFIC STOP SEE REPORT #348-18 Report Written UNKNOWN 004528-18 04/11/2018 14:48 RECKLESS OPERATION HARRISON/6TH VEHICLE DRIVING FAST DOWN THE STREET • OFFICER SPOKE WITH THE FATHER AND DAUGHTER ABOUT THE COMPLAINT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 004529-18 04/11/2018 15:02 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY REQUESTING A WELFARE CHECK ON A SUICIDAL SUBJECT • OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS TRANSFERRED TO THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE Other 6745 W LAKESHORE 004530-18 04/11/2018 15:02 THEFT / REPORT A PACKAGE WAS DROPPED OFF AT THE WRONG RESIDENCE AND THE MALE SIGNED FOR IT • THE ITEM WAS BROUGHT UP TO THE STATION AND AN OFFICER RETURNED THE ITEM TO THE POST OFFICE Assistance Rendered 416 HURON 004531-18 04/11/2018 15:25 COURT DETAIL MUNICIPAL COURT • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1860 E PERRY 004533-18 04/11/2018 16:47 DOG COMPLAINT MADISON ST FOUND DOG WITH TAG #7034 • SUBJECT WILL RETURN THE DOG OT THE OWNER Other UNKNOWN 004534-18 04/11/2018 17:03 JUVENILE COMPLAINT PCPD SEE REPORT #349-18 Report Written 1868 E PERRY 004535-18 04/11/2018 18:38 DISTURBANCE 3RD/MCKINLEY Gone on Arrival UNKNOWN 004536-18 04/11/2018 18:38 TRAFFIC STOP HY MILER Warning Issued 1814 E PERRY 004537-18 04/11/2018 19:25 TRAFFIC PROBLEM 400 BLK W 3RD Gone on Arrival UNKNOWN 004538-18 04/11/2018 20:15 DISABLED VEHICLE REPORT OF A DISABLED VEHICLE. GRAY 02 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR • SUBJECT WILL HAVE THE VEHICLE MOVED TOMORROW Other 328 W PERRY 004539-18 04/11/2018 20:15 DISORDERLY CONDUCT MAGRUDER TIM MINTON LEFT THE ER AS HE WAS WAITING TO BE TRANSPORTED TO FIRELANDS. THE ER WOULD LIKE HIM TO BE BROUGHT BACK WHEN HE IS FOUND • OFFICERS FOUND SUBJECT AND STOOD BY AT THE HOSPITAL UNTIL SUBJECT WAS TRANSPORTED TO FIRELANDS Assistance Rendered 615 FULTON 004540-18 04/11/2018 20:20 ASSAULT T/ REPORT IDA RUPP PUBLIC LIBRARY FEMALE ASSAULTED ANOTHER FEMALE • OFFICER SPOKE TO BOTH SUBJECTS AND ADVISED THEM OF THEIR CONDUCT IN PUBLIC Assistance Rendered 310 MADISON 004542-18 04/11/2018 20:46 THEFT / REPORT THEFT OF ITEMS FROM THE COMPLAINANTS PURSE SEE REPORT #350-18 Report Written 205 BUCKEYE 004543-18 04/11/2018 21:53 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL THE BLADE • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Other UNKNOWN 004544-18 04/11/2018 23:27 DOG COMPLAINT SMALL BROWN DOG WITH BLACK FACE. POSSIBLY A PUG • TAKEN TO THE HUMANE SOCIETY Assistance Rendered STATE/EAST LIMITS

Chief’s Blotter – Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 36 (feels like 29) degrees and should climb through 54 being mostly cloudy throughout the day. Today in History - General Interest, 1970: Apollo 13 launched to moon; On April 11, 1970, Apollo 13, the third lunar landing mission, is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, carrying astronauts James A. Lovell, John L. Swigert, and Fred W. Haise. The spacecraft’s destination was the Fra Mauro highlands of the moon, where the astronauts were to explore the Imbrium Basin and conduct geological experiments. After an oxygen tank exploded on the evening of April 13, however, the new mission objective became to get the Apollo 13 crew home alive. At 9:00 p.m. EST on April 13, Apollo 13 was just over 200,000 miles from Earth. The crew had just completed a television broadcast and was inspecting Aquarius, the Landing Module (LM). The next day, Apollo 13 was to enter the moon’s orbit, and soon after, Lovell and Haise would become the fifth and sixth men to walk on the moon. At 9:08 p.m., these plans were shattered when an explosion rocked the spacecraft. Oxygen tank No. 2 had blown up, disabling the normal supply of oxygen, electricity, light, and water. Lovell reported to mission control: “Houston, we’ve had a problem here,” and the crew scrambled to find out what had happened. Several minutes later, Lovell looked out of the left-hand window and saw that the spacecraft was venting a gas, which turned out to be the Command Module’s (CM) oxygen. The landing mission was aborted. As the CM lost pressure, its fuel cells also died, and one hour after the explosion mission control instructed the crew to move to the LM, which had sufficient oxygen, and use it as a lifeboat. The CM was shut down but would have to be brought back on-line for Earth reentry. The LM was designed to ferry astronauts from the orbiting CM to the moon’s surface and back again; its power supply was meant to support two people for 45 hours. If the crew of Apollo 13 were to make it back to Earth alive, the LM would have to support three men for at least 90 hours and successfully navigate more than 200,000 miles of space. The crew and mission control faced a formidable task. To complete its long journey, the LM needed energy and cooling water. Both were to be conserved at the cost of the crew, who went on one-fifth water rations and would later endure cabin temperatures that hovered a few degrees above freezing. Removal of carbon dioxide was also a problem, because the square lithium hydroxide canisters from the CM were not compatible with the round openings in the LM environmental system. Mission control built an impromptu adapter out of materials known to be onboard, and the crew successfully copied their model. Navigation was also a major problem. The LM lacked a sophisticated navigational system, and the astronauts and mission control had to work out by hand the changes in propulsion and direction needed to take the spacecraft home. On April 14, Apollo 13 swung around the moon. Swigert and Haise took pictures, and Lovell talked with mission control about the most difficult maneuver, a five-minute engine burn that would give the LM enough speed to return home before its energy ran out. Two hours after rounding the far side of the moon, the crew, using the sun as an alignment point, fired the LM’s small descent engine. The procedure was a success; Apollo 13 was on its way home. For the next three days, Lovell, Haise, and Swigert huddled in the freezing lunar module. Haise developed a case of the flu. Mission control spent this time frantically trying to develop a procedure that would allow the astronauts to restart the CM for reentry. On April 17, a last-minute navigational correction was made, this time using Earth as an alignment guide. Then the repressurized CM was successfully powered up after its long, cold sleep. The heavily damaged service module was shed, and one hour before re-entry the LM was disengaged from the CM. Just before 1 p.m., the spacecraft reentered Earth’s atmosphere. Mission control feared that the CM’s heat shields were damaged in the accident, but after four minutes of radio silence Apollo 13‘s parachutes were spotted, and the astronauts splashed down safely into the Pacific Ocean. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: Morton, James R. 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