Greenville Police Blotter

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VEHICLE THEFT

July 6, 9:56 PM. Ben Conley responded to Greenville Police Department. In reference to a theft complaint that occurred in Greenville. Scott Fansler stated that at approximately 8 pm, he noticed his white and black homemade trailer and red Toro zero turn riding lawn mower (290004493) were missing from his residence.  At this time, there are no leads or suspects. This case will need further investigation.

DEATH

July 6, 10:39 AM. Matthew Ganiron was dispatched to Wayne Avenue in reference to an individual thought to be deceased. Upon arrival, Ganiron observed an elderly female inside of the residence. Greenville Township Rescue arrived on the scene and determined the female to be deceased. Coroner’s Investigator Joe VanVickle and Detective Dickmann arrived on the scene to assist along with Detective Wolfe. The deceased was transported to Wayne Healthcare.

 July 6, 11:49 AM. Matthew Ganiron was dispatched to Chestnut Circle in reference to an individual thought to be deceased. Upon arrival, Ganiron observed an elderly female inside of the residence. Greenville Township Rescue arrived on the scene at the same time and determined the female to be deceased. Coroner’s Investigator Joe VanVickle and Detective Dickmann arrived on the scene to assist along with Detective Wolfe. The deceased was released to Zechar Bailey Funeral Home.

TRASH/DUMPING

July 5. 12:18 PM. Ryan Borowske spoke with Richard Best, who is in the process of purchasing the property from his sister, Melissa Smith. He is remodeling the home and had thrown the contents from inside the house into the yard. Borowske spoke with Richard’s wide last week, letting her know he would be by to issue a notice. They have already started to clean up some items and placed bigger items into piles near the alley to await pickup. They were given 30 days due to the ongoing remodel.

THEFT

June 30, 2:30 PM. Detective Wolfe received a phone call from Chris Hansen from Uber Investigations. Chris advises Wolfe that an Uber driver has scammed Richard Nord out of $14,000 cash. S. Kreitzer and Detective Wolfe made contact with Nord, who stated he received a call from who he believed to be his grandson from jail who needed $14,000 cash for bail. The caller explained a Uber driver would come to pick up the money and that Nord should not tell anyone about the money transfer. Jeff Crowley from Uber Investigations called Nord and talked to Wolfe, explaining that he believed it was possibly a LYFT driver that was taking the money to a Pop Eye’s in Columbus, Ohio. Nord received another call from the scammers, who stated they needed more money for an attorney. Wolfe stated he would call Nord back and possibly set up a meeting to catch the scammers.