Blotter for September 12, 2014

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Theft Suspect Dallas Duron In Custody in Bowling Green

The Bowling Green Police Division has arrested Dallas Duron at a residence in 1000 block of Klotz Road at 2:40 PM today. 

City of BG : Mercer Closed Friday; Merry Closed Friday & Sunday

Certain streets will be closed in coming days to facilitate move-in activities at BGSU.

Mercer Road, between E. Wooster and Poe, will be closed to through traffic on Friday, August 22.  Also on that day, Merry will be closed between Thurstin and North College.

On Sunday, August 24, Merry will be closed again between Thurstin and North College.

Those attending the Oak Grove Living History Day on Sunday, which begins at 2 pm, should know that the cemetery entrance from Merry Street will be accessible.  Suggested routes are Wooster to Mercer to Merry into Oak Grove or Poe to Willard to Merry into Oak Grove.

BG Police Warn Residents of EZ Pass Toll Notification Virus / Malware

The Bowling Green Police Division was made aware of an e-mail circulating that purports to be from the EZ Pass Service Center. The e-mail contains an official looking graphic from EZ Pass and it indicates that a customer has not paid for driving on a toll road. It then states ” The invoice can be downloaded here.” The link attached to the word “here” will attach an executable file to the persons computer. This file is a virus or malware. Do not respond to e-mails that come un expectedly or to which you have no current account.

The message as it appears will contain the below format and language:

Service Center
Dear customer,You have not paid for driving on a toll road. This invoice is sent repeatedly,
please service your debt in the shortest possible time.

The invoice can be downloaded here.

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BG Police Warn Businesses of Billing Scam

On Monday 8-4-14 the Bowling Green Police was made aware of a billing scam involving at least 3 phone calls to local businesses in which the caller stated they were with First Energy. The scammer claimed that the businesses were past due for electric bills and that they were sending out a technician to disconnect the business unless the bills were immediately paid. The businesses are not First Energy customers and recognized the calls as a scam .  The numbers and names associated with the scam are as follows:

1-866-251-5398                 Eric Smalls

1-866-978-7766                 John Gordon

1-866-978-7766 ext 95    John Gordon

In calling the numbers back it was found that the scammers have changed tactics and now answer the phone as ” City of Bowling Green Disconnection.”

The City of Bowling Green Utilities Department does not rely exclusively on phone calls to warn of past due accounts and utilizes a more formal process of notification.

If your business receives a similar call do not provide them with any information. If you have a question about your business account  call the Bowling Green Utilities Office at 419-354-6258.




Traffic Signal Not Functioning – Updated

As of 7:50 AM The traffic signal is functioning.


Notification:  Traffic signal at Wooster Street and I75 not functioning.  Temporary stop signs in place.  Drive with caution in this area.