Minor vandalism was reported at 309 E. Ohio St.
A report was received of an assault by a known suspect at Scioto Village Apartments.
Bethany J. Broseke, 621 E. Columbus St., reported that she was the victim of a theft at a local business. She reported that the suspect took money from her to apply to her account with the business and then kept the money instead of applying it to the account.
The Hardin County fire and explosion investigation team is seeking information regarding a suspected arson to a home at 23382 CR 144, at approximately 11:20 p.m. July 4. The heavily damaged house is owned by Gary Oates. Anyone with information about the fire should contact Det. Mike Conley at the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, 419-673-1268.
A water line break was reported in the 400 block of N. Glendale Street.
A suspicious male was reported in the 600 block of North Main Street.
A theft was reported at 431 N. Main St.
A report was received of a male kicking a vehicle at the Huntington Bank drive thru.
Unruly juvenile reports were received at 43 Grape St. and in the Showplace parking lot.
Liberty National Bank reported a possible fraud case.
Officers were dispatched to 309 E. Franklin St. for a report of criminal damaging.
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The Kenton Board of Education approved the purchase of interior turf for the district’s new athletic building at its meeting Tuesday night.
Maumee Bay Turf of Oregon, Ohio, was selected to supply the turf at a cost of $124,000.
ADA — The Ada Village Council heard about proposed plans for a $600,000 renovation project for village’s municipal building and police station on Tuesday night.
During the council’s regular meeting, Tony Hovest, project manager for Techicon Design Group of Ottawa, went over the proposed design of the building, which will reconfigure the offices of the police station and put an ADA accessible elevator and restrooms in the building.
Kenton’s downtown capital improvement project will be getting a $500,000 state grant.
Aaron Domini, project manager with OHM Advisors of Columbus, informed Kenton officials of the award.