Natalia Police Report March 17-24

March 17
7:30 PM – Officer responded to the 300 blk. of Palfrey St. to assist EMS with a medial call. Officer got on scene and the subject was complaining of knee pain from getting hit by a softball in a game. EMS arrived on scene and the patient later refused medical treatment.
March 19
5:00 PM – Officer responded to IH35 S mile marker 125 to assist a DPS trooper with three male subjects with two in custody. Officer arrived on scene and stood by as a cover unit until another trooper arrived on scene to assist transporting one of the two male subjects to jail for possession of marijuana.
March 20
2:45 PM – Officer responded to Love’s Truck Stop for a theft. Officer arrived on scene and was advised by an employee that she observed a patron had taken some merchandise from the store, walked out, and didn’t pay for any of the items. Officer made contact with the male subject and asked him about the items taken. The man confessed to the theft. Officer wrote the man a citation due to it being under $100. The man was given a citation and also a criminal trespass warning for Love’s.
6:16 PM – Officer responded to the 700 blk. of 7th St. about a male subject assaulting his 17-year-old nephew at his residence. Officer made the location and the suspect had left the scene prior to officer’s arrival. Officer collected all the information and cleared the scene to find the suspect sitting on the front porch of a residence located in the 400 blk. of Palfrey St. Officer took the suspect into custody and transported him to the Medina County Jail.
March 21
9:40 PM – Officer responded to the 600 blk. of CR 6847 to assist the Medina County Sheriff with a male subject running away on foot with his small child. Deputies were able to recover the child a short time later and take him back to his residence and returned to his mother. The father was later reported to be sitting on the front porch of a residence in the 900 blk. of CR 6846. He was taken into custody by the MCSO. Officer was later released and went back in service.
March 22
9:24 PM – Officer responded to Wendy’s for an unruly patron. Officer arrived and contacted the manager, who stated a male subject went behind the counter, making threats about wanting to burn down the store, and then left in a silver Jeep.
March 24
6:00 PM – Officer responded to the 400 blk. of Miller St. for a child exchange. Officer was unable to contact the mother at the residence. Officer advised the father there was no one home, so he left the scene.
10:50 PM – Officer responded to the 600 blk. of Palfrey St. about a male subject who wanted to go pick up his belongings and didn’t want any problems with his roommate. Officer stood by while he collected all his belongings. The male subject left the scene without incident.