-2:25 a.m.: theft. Personnel at the Dawg Pound Lounge reported the theft of liquor, valued at $6.
-6:46 p.m.: theft. Personnel at Sav-A-Lot reported a person might have stolen something from the store.
-5:49 p.m.: aggravated menacing. Scott Jones, 302 Enterprise Ave., reported a neighbor was threatening him.
-5:31 p.m.: assault. Police received a report that someone had attempted to poison Albert Watters, 991 N. Wagner Ave.
-3:42 p.m.: theft. Personnel at the Medicine Shoppe reported 17 pills were missing from a prescription bottle that was mistakenly left at an address.
-3:14 p.m.: theft. Personnel at Sidney Foodtown reported an employee was stealing from the business. Loss was $200. Investigation is continuing.
-10:45 a.m.: criminal damaging. Paul Rafferty, 306 N. West Ave., reported a key was used to scratch his vehicle at his residence. The front wind visor also was broken. Loss was $450.
-1:11 p.m.: theft. Brandy Hicks, 6130 Jackson Road, reported someone stole her wallet and another person’s wallet from a vehicle in the 200 block of North Miami Avenue. Among the contents was $37 cash.
-9:51 a.m.: criminal damaging. Duane Liette, 10480 Lochard Road, reported the building and rooftops at 221 S. Walnut Ave. were damaged. Loss was $500.
Aaron M. Evans, 37, 520 Franklin Ave., was cited with assured clear distance after an accident Tuesday at 2:41 p.m.
Evans was driving northeast on Fair Road, approaching the Water Street intersection, and struck the rear of a car that was stopped for a red traffic light. The driver of the other vehicle was David Hamm, 1337 Logan Court.
• Brenda Thomas, 61, 108 N. Wilkinson Ave., was cited with assured clear distance after an accident Wednesday at 3:23 p.m.
Thomas was westbound on state Route 47 and hit the rear of a car that was stopped for a red traffic light at Fourth Avenue. The driver of the other auto was Sharon R. Williams, 51, 2720 Crown Point Court.
-2:50 to 8:38 p.m.: Medics responded to four calls.
-6:08 p.m.: alarm. Firefighters were called to the 1000 block of Wapakoneta Avenue by a fire alarm. It was a false alarm.
-5:04 p.m.: fire. Firefighters were called to the 2780 Bridlewood Drive, where there was a burned wire in a kitchen stove. The fire was out on their arrival. No loss was reported.
Compiled by Michael Seffrin.