Officers with the Syracuse Police Department investigated the following accidents:
6:25 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13, North Indiana Avenue, south of North Huntington Street, Syracuse. Drivers: Sara S. Skow, 54, Tyler Court, Goshen; and Alison M. Weaver, 27, Bristol Street P259, Elkhart. Skow was traveling north on North Indiana Avenue when she rear-ended Weaver’s vehicle. Damage up to $5,000.
10:36 a.m. Monday, Aug. 12, 730 S. Huntington St., Syracuse. Drivers: Tauren A. Terry, 33, East Excalibur Place, Cromwell; and Blanca I. Lozano, 65, West Portland Street, Syracuse. Terry was backing her vehicle from a parking spot when she struck Lozano’s vehicle. Damage up to $2,500.
Officers with the Warsaw Police Department investigated the following accident:
7:55 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14, South Detroit Street, near East Winona Avenue, Warsaw. Drivers: Jeremiah L. Wallen, 32, South CR 400W, Claypool; and Tina L. Conley, 44, Chickadee Lane, Warsaw. Wallen was traveling north on South Detroit Street when he decided to merge into the left turn lane near the intersection of East Winona Avenue. As he merged, Wallen’s vehicle struck Conley’s. Damage up to $10,000.
Officers with the Winona Lake Police Department investigated the following accident:
10:37 a.m. Monday, Aug. 12, 509 Roy St., Winona Lake. Driver: Kelly J. Boley, 56, Westwood Road, Winona Lake. Boley was attempting to turn into a parking lot when she struck a sign. Damage up to $2,500.
Officers with the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department investigated the following accidents:
9:42 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 11, Old US 31 and Monticello Road. A motorist reported hitting a group of opossums. Two babies were brought in as the mother was deceased. A wildlife rehabilitator was notified. No damage to the vehicle.
4:24 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8, CR 400N and CR 650E. Drivers: Shane Ingle, 28, Rochester; and Irene Ramer, 36, Rochester. Ingle sustained an arm injury.
3:49 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7, Olson Road and Buckirk Road. A motorist reported hitting a coyote causing damage to the front and driver’s side.