DELPHOS — On Nov. 11, officers took a report from a male who reported that his mother was the victim of a theft incident. The male discovered fraudulent checks written from his mother’s checking account to an individual who was providing health care. The incident will be investigated by the Detective Bureau.

On Nov. 11, officers were sent to the 24000 block of Lincoln Highway to take a report of a missing person. A male at that location told officers that his wife had been missing for several days. The female was later located in Lima.

On Nov. 11, officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Lima Avenue to investigate an assault complaint. Officers met with a female at the residence, who stated that she was harassed and assaulted by her mother-in-law. The other female had already left the residence and no injuries were observed on the complainant.

On Nov. 11, an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after receiving a call reporting it being operated in a reckless manner and observing equipment violations. Officers made contact with the driver, 45-year-old Michael Richards of Delphos. During the traffic stop, officers found probable cause to arrest Richards for operating the vehicle while intoxicated. Richards was issued a citation for OVI, no taillights and failure to display license plate. He will appear in Lima Municipal Court to face the charges.

On Nov. 11, an officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing the driver commit a traffic offense. During the traffic stop, officers found probable cause to arrest the driver, 21-year-old Katherine Lambert of Rushville, for operating the vehicle while intoxicated. Lambert was issued a citation for OVI and stop sign violation. She will appear in Lima Municipal Court.

On Sunday, a female called the police department to report a criminal mischief incident. The female told officers that she had raked and bagged several bags of leaves and upon waking in the morning found that subjects had dumped all of the leaves back in her yard.

On Monday, a couple came to the police department to report an identity theft. The couple told officers that several loans had been taken out using their information. The couple had their computer looked at and found that it had been hacked allowing the suspect to remotely control and access all of their personal information. A report was taken and forwarded to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.

On Monday, officers were sent to the 24000 block of Lincoln Highway after receiving a complaint of a domestic dispute. Officers arrived and spoke with a male and female at the residence. After speaking with each, it was determined that no physical violence had occurred and neither wished to pursue charges.

On Monday, officers, along with Delphos Fire and Rescue, were dispatched to the 300 block of West Fifth Street for an unresponsive female found on the sidewalk. The female was located and appeared to be suffering from a drug overdose. EMS personnel administered first aid to the female and then transported her to the hospital for further treatment.

On Tuesday, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of North Jefferson Street to investigate a reported auto theft. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the owner of the vehicle. She explained that the vehicle was taken while she was away from the residence. Neighbors reported seeing two men take the vehicle on a flatbed trailer. Officers are still investigating to see if the vehicle was in fact stolen or repossessed.

On Wednesday, officers spoke with the owner of a business in the 1100 block of Elida Avenue in reference to a theft incident. The business owner told officers that items were removed from his business by an unknown female whom he captured on video surveillance. Officers received the video surveillance and are working to identify the female.