Category: Media Releases

The Bowling Green Police Division Arrest One for Burglary

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On 10/22/17 at approximately 8:57pm, BGPD officers responded to a call of an unknown subject trying to enter a residence in the 200 block of N. Enterprise Street.  Upon arrival, officers located Bradley P. Feasel, 33 years of age from Bowling Green, on the property.  Feasel was arrested for criminal trespass and transported to the Wood County Justice Center.

Subsequent investigation led to a search warrant being executed at Feasel’s residence located at 236 S. Grove Street.  Investigators recovered a large amount of evidence, some of which was linked to a burglary reported in Bowling Green in early September.  Feasel was charged with one count of burglary.  Feasel is currently incarcerated at the Wood County Justice Center and is being held on a $75,000 bond.

The investigation is on going.

Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

October 28, 2017

10 AM – 2 PM

Drug Take Back

Bowling Green Police Division

175 West Wooster Street

Bowling Green, OH 43402

  • We will accept:  Prescriptions, over the counter pills, vitamins and pet medicine.
  • We can not accept:  Needles and sharps, mercury (thermometers), chemotherapy/radioactive substances, oxygen containers, pressurized containers/inhalers and illicit drugs. 

 

 

BGPD Arrest One for Aggravated Robbery

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On 10/1/2017 at approximately 2:30am, Bowling Green Police were flagged down in the area of E. Court Street and N. Main Street in reference to a victim lying on the ground bleeding and unconscious.  The victim was a 22-year-old male from Carey, Ohio.  Shortly thereafter, witnesses pointed out the assailant, 20 year-old Wyatt Wilson from Toledo, Ohio, running on N. Main Street.  Officers initiated foot pursuit and observed Wilson with a handgun. During the foot pursuit, Wilson discarded the handgun, which officers recovered.  Officers apprehended Wilson in the parking lot behind Pisanello’s Pizza without incident.   Further investigation revealed that Wilson pointed the handgun at the victim and then assaulted him before stealing his cell phone.  Wilson was arrested for aggravated robbery and lodged at the Wood County Justice Center.

 

 

BGPD Seeks Assistance in Burglary Investigation

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The Bowling Green Police Division is investigating a burglary that occurred at 602 ½ S. Main Street in Bowling Green.  The incident occurred between the months of July and August. Taken was an Asus computer monitor.  It appeared the suspect(s) might have stayed several nights in the residence while the victim was out of town.

Anyone having information related to this incident is encouraged to contact Detective Andy Mulinix at the Bowling Green Police Division (419) 352-1131/ amulinix@bgohio.org, or Wood County CrimeStoppers at 1-800-54-CRIME. You may remain anonymous and if information results in the arrest and conviction of a suspect, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.

 

BGPD Seeks Assistance in Aggravated Burglary Investigation

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The Bowling Green Police Division is investigating an attempted aggravated burglary, which occurred at 840 Scott Hamilton Street in Bowling Green.  The incident occurred on 8/9/20147 at approximately 12:30am. The two suspects forced their way into the victim’s residence and struck the victim in the head with a firearm. The suspects fled the scene empty handed when another person in the residence startled them.

The two suspects were described as black males, slim built but muscular, approximately 6 foot tall.  Both were wearing black hoodies, black pants, and had masks over the bottom half of their faces.

Anyone having information related to this incident is encouraged to contact Detective Andy Mulinix at the Bowling Green Police Division (419) 352-1131/ amulinix@bgohio.org, or Wood County CrimeStoppers at 1-800-54-CRIME. You may remain anonymous and if information results in the arrest and conviction of a suspect, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.

***Update*** BGPD Seeks Assistance in Identification of Breaking and Entering Suspect

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***UPDATE August 3, 2017 @ 7:40 PM:

The Bowling Green Police Division would like to thank the community for assistance in identifying the suspect in the Campus Pollyeyes B&E. After the subject was identified, he was interviewed and admitted to his involvement in the incident.  The incident continues to be investigated – no charges have been filed.

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The Bowling Green Police Division is investigating a breaking and entering that occurred at Campus Pollyeyes located at 440 E. Court Street in Bowling Green.  The incident occurred on 8/3/2017 at approximately 1:00am.  Surveillance video captured the suspect.  The suspect is a white male, slender build with long hair and a small amount of facial hair.

Anyone having information related to this incident, to include the identity of the suspect, is encouraged to contact Detective Andy Mulinix at the Bowling Green Police Division (419) 352-1131, or Wood County CrimeStoppers at 1-800-54-CRIME. You may remain anonymous and if information results in the arrest and conviction of a suspect, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.

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BOWLING GREEN POLICE TO PROVIDE LIQUOR ESTABLISHMENT EMPLOYEE TRAINING

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The Bowling Green Police Division will be providing Liquor Establish Employee Training (LEET) on Tuesday, August 8th, 2017. The training will be from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. and will focus on civil liability, Ohio and Bowling Green liquor laws and fake ID recognition. Employees and management staff of local businesses (bars and retail outlets) that sell alcoholic beverages are encouraged to attend. This training will take place at the Bowling Green Police Division’s Training Room at 175 W. Wooster St. Please contact Detective Andy Mulinix at (419) 352-1131 or amulinix@bgohio.org, to register for this event or for answers to questions related to this event. Pre-registration is required. The session is free and certificates will be presented to attendees.

 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of the Bowling Green Police Division is to improve the quality of life in the city’s neighborhoods, to involve the community in decisions which directly affect them and to provide the necessary services identified by the community as important.

 

Ice Cream with a Cop Event at the Library

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Families are invited to the Wood County District Public Library Children’s Place on July 28th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to enjoy ice cream with the Bowling Green City Police Department. Officers will socialize with families and bring a patrol car for children to explore. Families will have opportunities to ask questions and learn more about daily police activities and the duties of the officers, while enjoying ice cream. For more information about this program or any other from the Youth Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World,” contact the Children’s Place at 419-352-8253

Golf Cart Inspection Events

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As of July 19, 2017 owners of registered golf carts will be allowed to operate the carts on 25 MPH roadways (excluding Main Street and Wooster Street) in the City of Bowling Green.

Prior to becoming registered, golf carts must be inspected by a law enforcement officer and conform to the equipment requirements for motor vehicles as listed in the Ohio Revised Code.  Read more about the requirements at the Bowling Green Police Division’s program information page.

Golf Cart owners will have 2 opportunities for free inspections in the City of Bowling Green. No appointment is necessary and carts will be inspected on a first come, first serve basis.

The first event will take place in the parking lot of Stone Ridge Golf Course, 1553 Muirfield Dr, Bowling Green, OH on Saturday, July 29, 2017 from 8:00 AM until 12:00 PM.

The second event will take place in the parking lot of the Bowling Green Country Club, 923 Fairview Ave, Bowling Green, OH on Saturday, August 5, 2017 from 12:00PM until 4:00PM.

After the conclusion of the second event golf cart owners may make an appointment to have their cart inspected Monday through Friday 9:00 AM until 3:00PM at the BGPD, 175 West Wooster St. Bowling Green, Ohio. Contact Lt. Dan Mancuso (click on link to email) or by phone at 419-352-1131 for scheduling.  For more information view the BGPD Inspection Program page.

Cart owners are reminded that carts must be registered and drivers must be licensed to operate on city roadways. It is suggested that an unregistered cart be brought by trailer for inspection.

BGPD Seeks Assistance in Identification of Suspect Passing Counterfeit Money

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The Bowling Green Police Division is seeking assistance in identifying a fraud suspect. On 5/30/17 at approximately 10:20 pm, an unknown male passed a counterfeit $100 bill at Circle K gas station located at 1602 E. Wooster Street, Bowling Green, Ohio.  The suspect is described as a late 20’s to early 30’s,  6-foot tall, 185-200 lb black male with chin hair.  The suspect was wearing all black and blue tennis shoes.

If you have any information related to this crime, please contact BGPD at 419-352-1131 or Wood County Crime Stoppers 419-352-0077.  You may be eligible for a reward if the information leads to a conviction.

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