On Feb. 10, Dearis Ferguson, 22, Cincinnati, was cited for possession of marijuana, speed and driving under suspension.

Brandon Matchick, 26, Toledo, was arrested on a Northwood warrant at West South Boundary Street and Mulberry Street. He was released on a summons from Northwood.

On Feb. 12, Samural Adray II, 36, was arrested for domestic violence on Kingsview Drive.

On Feb. 17, James Neal Jr., 30, Holland, as taken to jail on a Perrysburg Municipal Court warrant.

On Feb. 18, Jayme Tidd, 23, Elida, was arrested for OVI and taken to jail.

On Feb. 20, Philip Rybka, 35, Toledo, was arrested on a Perrysburg Municipal Court warrant and taken to jail.

On Feb. 21, in the 12000 block of Eckel Junction Road, Amy Huffman, 48, Monclova, was cited for disorderly conduct while intoxicated after she had reportedly left the Mercy Emergency Room without permission.

In the 10000 block of Fremont Pike, Shirley Paulson, 50, and Anthony Robertson, 35, both of Perrysburg, were found to be in possession of a stolen vehicle and were arrested for receiving stolen property.

Accidents occurred:

Feb. 22

•    At Interstate 475, near the 2.8 milepost, Robert Knisel, Perrysburg, was cited for failure to control after his vehicle went off the road and into a ditch. He was taken to University of Toledo Medical Center by Perrysburg Fire with possible injuries.

Following an incident reported at Great Black Swamp Brewing, 26611 N. Dixie Highway, Brandon Hesse, 30, and Rebecca Hesse, 27, both of Toledo, were cited for criminal trespass.

On Feb. 23, Angela Gallegos, 51, Findlay, was picked up from the Hancock County jail on a Perrysburg Municipal Court warrant and taken to the Wood County jail.

On Feb. 24, Donald Curl, 46, was taken into custody from Toledo on a Perrysburg Municipal Court warrant and taken to jail.

A fraud incident was reported from the 26000 block of Carronade Drive on Feb. 24.

Theft was reported in the 900 block of Elm Street.

A disorderly conduct incident was reported in the 500 block of West 8th Street. Those involved were gone upon the arrival of police.