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Man wanted in BG burglary caught in Lucas County PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Wednesday, 14 August 2013 08:24
TOLEDO – A Holland man wanted on charges for a burglary and vandalism incident in Bowling Green was arrested after a chase near Toledo Tuesday night.
Lance Pfaff, 46, was wanted on felony counts of burglary and vandalism stemming from the Sunday incident.
Maj. Tony Hetrick of the BG Police Division said this morning that Pfaff was taken into custody after a foot chase with Lucas County Sheriff’s deputies in Lucas County. They had reportedly been seeking him due to the Bowling Green warrant for his arrest.
Hetrick indicated that Pfaff was captured around 10 p.m. after a brief foot pursuit in which Pfaff ran into a ditch. He was captured there.
Pfaff was later taken to St. Luke’s Hospital, Maumee, after he complained of back pain. He later reportedly complained of chest pain early this morning. Pfaff is expected to be formally arrested and taken to the Wood County jail after he is released. Hetrick said that Bowling Green officers are present at the hospital.
A warrant was issued for Pfaff’s arrest this week after he was identified as a suspect in a break-in in the 800 block of North Enterprise Street on Sunday.
The resident had returned to their home to find the heat, water, and stove turned on, and profanity spray-painted onto the walls. Other items in the residence were also spray-painted. Damage to the apartment alone exceeded $11,000.
The resident had indicated that they were a victim of stalking.
 

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