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Lima Ohio Police Station Address: 117 E Market St, Lima, OH 45801, United States


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This is the official Facebook page of the Lima Ohio Police Department. This page was created to provide information about the Lima Police Department to the Citizens of Lima. This page also allows for two way communication between members of the public and The Lima Police department. Before you post on this page, please review the following Terms of Use.

This page should not be used to report crimes in progress or emergencies. If you have an emergency, dial 911 immediately. If you are reporting a crime in progress that is not an emergency, please call LPD Dispatch at (419) 227-4444. To reach the desk officer, please call (419) 221-5264. To reach the On-Duty Supervisor, please call (419) 221-5263

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Posts and Comments by other facebook users on the Lima Police Department’s page are not to be considered the opinion of the Lima Police Department, nor does the Police Department endorse any third party comments on this page unless explicitly specified.

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The Lima Police Department welcomes communication from the public and will answer all questions posed to us.

Facebook users who post about their involvement in any criminal activity may be subject to criminal prosecution.

For further questions about these terms of use, please contact the LPD Social Media Team at the following email address.

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Lima Police Department added 2 new photos.5 days ago

****UPDATE. We have identified the person in these photos. Charges will be coming
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On 1/13/18 the subject in these pictures stole an item from Wal-Mart on Allentown Rd. He had the small child with him and left in a four door green car. If you know who he is, please contact us. Reference report #18-1234. You can message us anonymously or contact Crimestoppers.

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Lima Police Department6 days ago

Please help us to keep the sidewalks in Lima clear.

We are sharing this message from the Property Maintenance Division of the City of Lima Department of Community Development:

As we continue to experience measurable snowfall this season, please keep in mind that it is the responsibility of property owners to keep sidewalks clear. Snow and ice removal is important for the safety of all pedestrians, including those such as postal workers and delivery personnel who are providing you a service no matter what the weather conditions are. Additionally, sidewalks are often an important means of transportation for individuals with wheelchairs or other mobility devices.

Because this issue is so important, the City of Lima established regulations requiring snow and ice removal from sidewalks. Specifically, Section 1806.05 of the Lima City Ordinances states that the “owner, occupant or any person having the care of any building, lot, or land abutting on any street, square or other public way within the City, where there is a sidewalk in front of or alongside of the same, shall, within the first four hours after daylight after snow has ceased to fall, cause such snow to be removed from such sidewalk. The provisions of this section shall also apply to the falling of snow or ice from buildings upon such sidewalks.”

Failure to follow this section of the code can lead to citations and fines. Please contact the Property Maintenance Division of the Department of Community Development at 419-221-5237 if you have any questions.

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Lima Police Department6 days ago

On January 10th, a citizen was at Lee’s Famous Recipe on Allentown Road. While waiting for his food to be prepared the man was sitting at a bench near the front counter. He put his wallet down beside him. When his food was ready, he got up, forgetting his wallet. After he left the store, the subject who we will call suspect 1, sitting beside him on the bench took advantage of the situation and took the wallet. The subject we will call suspect 2 was at the counter speaking to an employee. Suspect 2 seems to be well aware of the theft taking place as he turns around to look while suspect 1 picks up the wallet. We are asking for your help to identify both suspects in this theft. If you recognize them, or have any information, please contact the LPD at (419) 227-4444. You may also contact us through social media, or you may call Crimestoppers. Reference Case # 18-001156

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Today we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Lima Police Department shared Allen County EMA’s post.1 week ago

***UPDATE***

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Lima Police Department1 week ago

The Allen County Sheriff has issued a LEVEL 1 ROADWAY ADVISORY: Roadways are snow or ice covered with possible drifting. Driving conditions are hazardous. –