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Toledo Police 5h
Attempt to Identify: Investigators are seeking info into an arson at 2128 Elliott. The structure was a two-story single family dwelling. Thankfully, the residents were not at home at the time. Anyone with info is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at 419-255-1111.
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Toledo Police 21h
Attempt to Identify: Help identify a male who fled from officers as they approached to investigate an animal cruelty complaint at Lagrange & Pearl this afternoon. Involved dogs are safe with now. Call Crime Stoppers at 419-255-1111 with information.
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Toledo Police 22h
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Toledo Police 22h
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Toledo Police Sep 21
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Update: All clear at Woodward H.S. Students who weren’t picked up by parents are now being sent back into school. Investigation continues into the threat.
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Toledo Police Sep 21
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Use alternate routes to avoid Central and Stickney. Roads are closed surrounding Woodward H.S. Mulberry is open for parents to reach Streicher and Bevan to pick up students.
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Toledo Police Sep 21
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Students have evacuated to the football stadium. Parents may pickup their Woodward students at the gate near Baven and Streicher, but need to present a photo ID.
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Toledo Police Sep 21
Alert: Bomb Threat to Woodward H.S. Students have evacuated and no injuries reported. on scene investigating. MEDIA STAGING AREA at Streicher and Bevan.
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Chief George Kral Sep 21
After 33 years of service, Officer Mike Breeze is retiring. We wish him all the luck in the world in this new chapter of his life.
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Toledo Fire & Rescue Sep 21
on scene, 2nd alarm Fire, 2400 Cheyenne, Woodland Apts. Large multi unit apt complex with heavy reported through the roof. Evaluations of fire building and an adjacent buildings underway. Avoid the area.
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Toledo Police Sep 20
Today, Det. Swartz was honored w/ the “Social Justice Leader Award” at the International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference. Nice work! If you believe you are the victim of trafficking or have info about potential human trafficking, call 1-888-373-7888.
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Chief George Kral Sep 20
After 33 years of service, Det. Terry Cousino is retiring. He is one of the most talented forensic artists in the country and will sorely missed.
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Toledo Police Sep 20
Attempt to Identify: Help Arson Investigators identify these two men. They are wanted for questioning in relation to an Arson at 1822 Champlain on 9/17/2018. Call Crime Stoppers at 419-255-1111. You may be eligible for a reward.
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Toledo Police Sep 20
Replying to @J_Worthy
It's Erie St. right in front of the Safety Building.
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Toledo Police Sep 20
Does anyone remember these cars? Comment below.
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Toledo Police Sep 20
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Toledo Police Sep 19
This sweet girl was rescued today by officers. While she was still with them, a robbery call came in & she got a taste of what it’s like to be a . The robbery suspect was caught & the pup is in the process of being adopted by an officer.
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Toledo Police Sep 19
Replying to @shannonburks77
You’re welcome. Sorry for the confusion. Thanks!
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Toledo Police Sep 19
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It’s not their fault. The initial news release from mistakenly stated the victim was 20 years of age. It has been corrected, listing the victim, Anthony Watson, as 30 years of age.
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Toledo Police Sep 19
Detectives are now investigating this morning’s shooting on Macomber as a homicide. Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at (419) 255-1111. Read more at:
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