Police, Fire, & Court Records – August 13th, 2014 Edition

VR LOGO - WEBEdon P.D.
(July 27) Agency Assist
(July 27) Citizen Assist
(July 28) Citizen Assist
(July 28) Citizen Assist
(July 28) Traffic Detail
(July 28) Warning; No Front Plate
(July 28) Citation; Speed
(July 29) Barking Dog Complaint
(July 29) Warning; Barking Dog
(July 29) Warning; Unsecured Load
(July 29) Warning; Red Light
(July 29) Warning; Speed
(July 30) 911 Hang-up
(July 31) Animal Complaint
(July 31) Citizen Assist
(July 31) Extra Patrol Request
(Aug. 1) Extra Patrol Request
(Aug. 1) Citation; Speed
(Aug. 1) Arrest; OVI – Felony
(Aug. 1) Citation; No Tail Lights
(Aug. 1) Warning; Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicle
(Aug. 2) Extra Patrol Request
(Aug. 2) Citizen Assist
(Aug. 2) Citation; Speed
(Aug. 2) Agency Assist

Stryker P.D.
(July 25) Medic Assist
(July 25) Traffic Warning – Improper Passing
(July 26) Animal Complaint
(July 28) Citizen Assist
(July 28) Theft of Bicycle
(July 28) Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle
(July 28) Telephone Harassment
(July 28) Civil Complaint
(July 30) Open Door – Commercial
(July 30) Traffic Warning – Stop Sign
(July 31) Traffic Citation – Stop Sign
(July 31) Traffic Warning – Stop Sign
(July 31) Ordinance Violation
(July 31) Ordinance Violation
(Aug 1) Open Door – Commercial

Pioneer P.D.
(June 23) Assault
(June 24) Public Indecency
(June 26) Expired Registration
(July 24) Use of Illegal License Plates
(July 25) OVI
(July 25) Resisting Arrest

West Unity P.D.
(July 21) Littering
(July 21) Speed/Warning
(July 22) Vandalism
(July 22) 911 Hang Up
(July 22) Traffic Crash
(July 22) Telephone Harassment
(July 22) Medical Emergency
(July 22) Speed/Citation
(July 23) Telephone Harassment (3)
(July 23) Telephone Scam
(July 23) Traffic Crash
(July 24) Lock Out
(July 24) Ordinance Violation (2)
(July 24) Speed/Warning
(July 24) Arrest/Warrant
(July 25) Cruelty to Animal
(July 25) Assist Medic
(July 25) Citizen Assist
(July 25) Agency Assist
(July 26) Agency Assist
(July 26) Squealing Tires/Warning
(July 26) Medical Emergency
(July 26) Animal Complaint (2)
(July 26) Telephone Harassment
(July 26) Trespassing, Reckless Operation/Warning
(July 27) Speed/Warning
(July 27) Speed/Citation (2)
(July 28) Speed/Warning
(July 28) Suspicious Subject (2)
(July 28) Harassment
(July 28) Animal Complaint
(July 29) Traffic Crash
(July 29) Well Being Check
(July 29) Traffic Crash (Private Property)
(July 30) Found Property (2)
(July 30) Lock Out
(July 30) Parking/Warning
(July 31) Found Property
(Aug 1) Disabled Vehicle
(Aug 1) Funeral Escort
(Aug 1) Medical
(Aug 1) Well Being Check
(Aug 2) Speed/Warning
(Aug 2) Left of Center/Warning
(Aug 2) Animal Complaint
(Aug 2) Lock Out
(Aug 2) Open Door
(Aug 2) Traffic Crash (Private Property)
(Aug 2) Speed/Warning
(Aug 2) Reckless Operation/Citation
(Aug 2) Parking Complaint
(Aug 2) Unruly Juvenile
(Aug 2) Excessive Acceleration/Warning
(Aug 2) Equipment/Warning
(Aug 2) Speed/Citation
(Aug 2) No Operator License, License Plate Light/Citation
(Aug 3) Marked Lanes/Warning
(Aug 3) OVI, Marked Lanes, Citation/Child Endangering
(Aug 3) Traffic Crash (Private Property)
(Aug 3) Speed/Warning
(Aug 3) Speed/Warning
(Aug 3) Parking Complaint
(Aug 4) Animal Complaint

Montpelier P.D.
A 16 year old Montpelier male was arrested on August 2 for theft.
A 17 year old Montpelier male was arrested on August 4 for disorderly conduct
Trevor Alexander Bechtol, age 18, was arrested on August 4 for disorderly conduct.

Fayette P.D.
No reports received at time of press.

Wauseon Police
(July 24) 723 S Shoop Ave, Investigate Complaint
(July 24) 555 Linfoot St, Accident (Property Damage)
(July 24) 350 W Leggett St, Suspicious Person
(July 24) 624 W Park St, Animal Call
(July 24) 445 E Walnut St, Suspicious Activity
(July 24) 1180 N Shoop Ave, Alarm Drop
(July 25) 230 Clinton St, Neighborhood Trouble
(July 25) 211 S Fulton St, Alarm Drop
(July 25) 1179 N Ottokee St, Suspicious Activity
(July 25) 832 Burr Rd, Garbage Complaint
(July 25) 228 Cherry St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 25) 840 Parkview, Open Door
(July 25) 470 E Airport Hwy, Property Damage
(July 25) 130 N Franklin St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 25) 1120 N Shoop Ave Unit 41, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 26) 248 Vine St, Juveniles
(July 26)1200 N Shoop Ave, Alarm Drop
(July 26) 221 Chestnut St, Investigate Complaint
(July 26) 309 Barbara Dr, Investigate Complaint
(July 26) 840 W Elm St Unit 900, Threats/Harassment
(July 26) N Franklin St @ E Elm St, Investigate Complaint
(July 26) 642 W Park St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 26) 339 N Brunell St, Drunk
(July 27) N Shoop Ave @ E Walnut, Debris/Item in Roadway
(July 27) 650 Wood St, Theft of Bike
(July 27) 1285 N Shoop Ave Apt 64, Barking Dog
(July 27) 425 Cole St, Animal Call
(July 27) 485 E Airport Hwy, Animal Call
(July 27) 485 E Airport Hwy, Larceny
(July 27) 600 Wood St, Lost/Found/Recovered
(July 27) 485 E Airport Hwy, Animal Call
(July 27) 411 N Brunell St, Juveniles
(July 28) W Leggett St, Suspicious Vehicle
(July 28) 840 W Elm St Unit 902, Criminal Mischief
(July 28) 575 Woodside Ct, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 28) 495 E Airport Hwy, Larceny
(July 28) 1275 N Shoop Ave, Investigate Complaint
(July 28) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 75, Unruly Juvenile
(July 28) 327 E Chestnut St, Animal Call
(July 28) 829 Burr Rd, Theft of Wallet
(July 28) 310 N Brunell St, Unruly Juvenile
(July 29) 1497 N Shoop Ave, Thief
(July 29) 127 S Fulton St, Junk/Abandoned Vehicle
(July 29) 120 Birch St, Animal Call
(July 29) N Shoop Ave, Disabled Vehicle
(July 29) 230 Clinton St, Investigate Complaint
(July 29) 444 Potter St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 30) 840 W Elm St, Juveniles
(July 30) 418 Cole St Unit 14, Burglary
(July 30) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 20, Investigate Complaint
(July 30) 217 S Brunell St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 31) 1486 N Shoop Ave, Accident (Property Damage
(July 31) 314 Eastwood, Lost/Found/Recovered
(July 31) 560 W Linfoot St, Suicidal Threats
(July 31) 804 N Shoop Ave, Larceny
(July 31) 1052 N Shoop Ave, Threats/Harassment
(July 31) 878 Krieger St, Larceny
(July 31) 140 S Brunell St, Accident (Property Damage)
(July 31) N Fulton @ W Chestnut, 911 Hang Up Contact in Person
(July 31) 138 E Elm St, Open Door/Vehicle
(July 31) 864 N Fulton St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(July 31) 206 Fulton St, Threats/Harassment
(Aug 1) 840 W Elm St Unit 902, Drunk
(Aug 1) 314 E Chestnut St, Rape
(Aug 1) 722 Fairway Dr Unit 10, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Aug 1) 700-B Fairway Dr, Loud Noise
(Aug 1) 722 Fairway Dr Unit 10, Suicide Attempted
(Aug 1) 211 S Fulton St, 911 Hang Up
(Aug 1) 132 E Oak St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Aug 1) 1120 N Shoop Ave, Unit 29, Suicide Attempted
(Aug 1) N Fulton St @ W Chestnut, Investigate Complaint
(Aug 1) 100-B S Shoop Ave, Disabled Vehicle/Trailer
(Aug 1) 423 E Chestnut St, Animal Call
(Aug 1) 406 W Chestnut St, Alarm Drop
(Aug 1) 864 N Fulton St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Aug 1) 230 Clinton St, Lost Wallet
(Aug 1) 1290 N Shoop Ave Unit 10, Indecent Exposure
(Aug 1) 612 W Elm St, Drunk
(Aug 2) 1285 N Shoop Ave, Run Away or Unruly
(Aug 2) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 32, Loud Noise
(Aug 2) 840 Parkview, Alarm Drop
(Aug 2) 534 N Fulton St, Investigate Complaint
(Aug 2) 940 E Leggett St, Alarm Drop
(Aug 2) 320 Sycamore St, Alarm Drop
(Aug 2) 415 Cole St Unit 20, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Aug 2) 320 Sycamore St, Alarm Drop
(Aug 2) 1200 N Shoop Ave, Drive Off
(Aug 2) Fulton St @ Walnut St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Aug 2) 200-B N Franklin St, Investigate Complaint
(Aug 2) 129 Courthouse Plaza, Animal Call
(Aug 2) 826 N Shoop Ave, Lost/Found/Recovered
(Aug 2) 212 Birch St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Aug 2) 234 E Leggett St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Aug 2) 713 Third St, Domestic Trouble
(Aug 2) 123 N Fulton St, Disorderly Conduct
(Aug 2) 485 E Airport Hwy, Animal Call
(Aug 2) 840 W Elm St Unit 702, Narcotics
(Aug 2) 1496 N Shoop Ave, Accident (Injury)
(Aug 2) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 32. Loud Noise
(Aug 3) 112 N Fulton St, Larceny
(Aug 3) 124 N Franklin St, Loud Noise
(Aug 3) 415 Cole St Unit 42
(Aug 3) 1190 N Shoop Ave Unit 20, Animal Call
(Aug 3) 462 E Oak St, Animal Call
(Aug 3) 1462 N Shoop Ave, Accident (Property Damage)
(Aug 3) 1445 N Shoop Ave, Animal Call
(Aug 3) 485 E Airport Hwy, Accident (Property Damage)
(Aug 3) 495 E Airport Hwy, Larceny
(Aug 4) 550 W Linfoot St, Investigate Complaint
(Aug 4) 1379 N Shoop Ave, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Aug 4) 415 Cole St Unit 23, Welfare Check
(Aug 4) 840 W Elm St Unit 904, Investigate Complaint
(Aug 4) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 75, Mental
(Aug 4) 840 W Elm St, Domestic Trouble
(Aug 4) 725 S Shoop Ave, Disorderly Conduct
(Aug 5) 100-B Fulton St, Animal Call
(Aug 5) 302 Oak St, Telephone Harassment
(Aug 5) 485 E Airport Hwy, Civil Matter
(Aug 5) 720 N Shoop Ave Unit 4, Larceny
(Aug 5) 224 S Fulton St, Escape or Jail Break
(Aug 5) 410 N Fulton St, Animal Call
(Aug 5) 485 E Airport Hwy, Larceny in Progress
(Aug 5) 722 Fairway Dr Unit 10, Unauthorized Use
(Aug 6) 100-B S Brunell St, Loud Noise
(Aug 6) 230 Clinton St, Animal Call
(Aug 6) 425 Cole St, Dog at Large
(Aug 6) 534 Vine St, Animal Call
(Aug 6) 1170 N Shoop Ave, Unwanted Subject
(Aug 6) 485 E Airport Hwy, Hit-Skip
(Aug 6) 495 E Airport Hwy, Larceny
(Aug 6) Wabash St, Juveniles
(Aug 6) 725 S Shoop Ave, Narcotics
(Aug 6) 495 E Airport Hwy, Larceny
(Aug 6) 840 W Elm St Unit 805, Mental
(Aug 6) 1150 N Shoop Ave, Found Bike
(Aug 6) 485 E Airport Hwy, Larceny
(Aug 6) 840 Parkview, Alarm Drop
(Aug 6) 1497 N Shoop Ave, Lost/Found/Recovered
(Aug 7) 940 E Oak St, Alarm Drop
(Aug 7) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 38, Animal Call

Wauseon FIre
department
(July 20) 303 W Leggett St, Fall
(July 20) 230 Clinton St, Ill Subject
(July 21) 16256 Co Rd J, Ill Subject
(July 21) 415 Cole St #18, Lift Assist
(July 21) 721 S Shoop Ave, Ill Subject
(July 21) US 20 & Co Rd 13, Injury Accident
(July 21) 104 E Spring St, Ill Subject
(July 22) 550 W Linfoot St, Seizures
(July 23) 303 W Leggett St, Injured Person
(July 23) 318 W Chestnut Ct, Diabetic
(July 23) 741 Burr Rd, Ill Subject
(July 24) 495 S Shoop Ave, Ill Subject
(July 24) St Rt 109 & Co Rd L, Injury Accident
(July 24) 9460 Co Rd 14, Airplane Crash
(July 24) 8591 SH 108, Alarm Malfunction
(July 25) 721 S Shoop Ave, Ill Subject
(July 26) 634 E Elm St, Difficulty Breathing
(July 26) 13350 US 20 A, Ill Subject
(July 26) 1205 N Shoop Ave, Seizures
(July 27) 741 Burr Rd, Ill Subject
(July 27) 840 W Elm St, Ill Subject
(July 28) 12802 Co Rd J, Ill Subject
(July 28) 721 S Shoop Ave, Injured Subject
(July 28) 721 S Shoop Ave, Ill Subject
(July 28) 15851 Co Rd H, Lift Assist
(July 28) 725 S Shoop Ave, Alarm Malfunction
(July 29) 550 W Linfoot St, Ill Subject
(July 29) 303 W Leggett St, Ill Subject
(July 30) 291 Commercial St Pettisville, Fire
(July 30) 4600 Co Rd 12, Injured Subject
(July 31) 730 Dwight Ave, Ill Subject
(July 31) 1120 N Shoop Ave #35, Seizures
(Aug 1) 840 W Elm St #902, Domestic
(Aug 1) 1120 N Shoop Ave #29, Injured Subject
(Aug 1) Co Rd D & 16 at RR Crossing, Fire
(Aug 1) 18671 St Rt 2, Ill Subject
(Aug 1) 31 MM EB Ohio Turnpike, Injury Accident
(Aug 1) 30 MM WB Ohio Turnpike, Injury Accident
(Aug 1) 515 W Chestnut Ct, Seizures
(Aug 1) 12451 Co Rd 19, Domestic
(Aug 2) 1025 Cherokee Dr, Ill Subject
(Aug 2) 18894 Co Rd K, Fire
(Aug 2) 17761 Co Rd J, Fire

FULTON COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Roy E. Miller announces that the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office conducted a High Visibility Blitz. The Blitz started on July 13, 2014 and ended on July 31, 2014. Deputies who worked this Blitz made 34 traffic stops and issued 10 citations. The citations were for 8 speed violations, a stop sign violation, and failing to display a license plate sticker. Deputies also issued 25 warnings to motorists. The High Visibility Blitz is paid from a grant that the Sheriff’s Office has received from the Ohio Department of Public Safety. Sheriff Miller and his deputies are dedicated to protecting the citizens of Fulton County and the motorists who travel its highways. This grant allows extra patrol to enforce traffic laws that will increase the safety of motorists on the roadway in areas that are prone to a higher number of serious and fatal crashes.

Sheriff Roy E. Miller announces that the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a High Visibility Traffic Blitz in conjunction with the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over National Campaign. The Blitz will start August 15, 2014 and run through September 1, 2014. The Sheriff’s Office will be working this Blitz at various times and locations in Fulton County. The Sheriff’s Office will be primarily looking for impaired driving violations during the dates of this Blitz. Sheriff Miller and his deputies are dedicated to protecting the citizens of Fulton County and the motorists who travel its highways. This Blitz is being funded from a grant that was awarded to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office from the Ohio Department of Public Safety. This grant pays for extra patrol to enforce traffic laws that will increase the safety of motorists on in areas that are prone to a higher number of serious and fatal crashes.

FULTON COUNTY
COMMON PLEAS
Crystal Molina, 25, of E. Gross St, Fayette, Ohio, pled guilty to Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. From June 16, 2014 to June 25, 2014, she used a motor vehicle without consent from the owner and kept possession of it for more than 48 hours. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Ms. Molina to 2 years of community control and ordered her to pay prosecution costs, successfully complete drug treatment at CTF in Toledo, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, and seek and maintain employment. Failure to comply could result in Ms. Molina spending 8 months in prison.

Rickey E. Hall, 39, of 450 W. Main St, Delta, pled guilty to Operating a Motor Vehicle while Intoxicated. On July 6, 2014, authorities were advised Mr. Hall was intoxicated while driving. Mr. Hall has 8 previous convictions for OVI. Judge Barber sentenced Mr. Hall to prison for 18 months, to be served consecutively to a 12-month prison term imposed in Henry County and ordered him to pay a mandatory fine of $1350, have his license suspended for 3 years with 6 points assessed, and successfully complete alcohol treatment while in prison.

Hal Dailey, 30, of Third Street, previously pled guilty to Improperly Handling Firearms in a Motor Vehicle. On May 1, 2013, while being detained at a traffic stop, authorities discovered he had a loaded firearm in his car which was accessible to the driver without leaving the vehicle. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Mr. Dailey to 2 years of community control and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, pay a fine of $250, stay out of bars/taverns, seek and maintain employment, report all medications taken to his probation officer and take them according to directions, forfeit the firearm to the State of Ohio, and spend 2 days in CCNO with credit for 2 days served. Failure to comply could result in Mr. Dailey spending 7 months in prison.

Seth Bowser, 31, of Delta, Ohio, previously pleaded guilty to Attempted Burglary. On March 22, 2014, he attempted to break into a residence on County Road 5-2, Delta. A neighbor called the authorities to report the attempted break-in. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Mr. Bowser to prison for 16 months.
Justin Soules, 22, of Delta, Ohio, previously pled guilty to Trafficking in Marihuana, 2 counts of Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs, and Trafficking in Heroin. In the months of September and October 2013, he sold marihuana, Percocet, and heroin. Judge Barber sentenced Mr. Soules to 24 months of community control and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, obrain his GED, seek and maintain employment, abide by a 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM curfew, have his driver’s license suspended fot 6 months with work priviliges, make restitution of $415.00 to the Multi-Area Narcotrics Drug Task Force, and successfully complete the SEARCH program. Failure to comply could result in Mr. Soules spending 24 months in prison.

Justin Beuhrer, 23, of Delta, Ohio, previously pled guilty to Trafficking in Marihuana. On September 10, 2013, he sold marihuana. Judge Barber sentenced him to 2 years of community control and ordered him to make restitution of $285.00 to the MAN unit, have his driver’s license suspended for 6 months, abide by a 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM curfew, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess alcohol and/or illegal drugs, seek and maintain employment, successfully complete drug treatment, and serve 7 days in CCNO within 60 days. Failure to comply could result in Mr. Buehrer serving 9 months in prison.

Michael and Ashley Smith, husband and wife, ages 31 and 27, of Swanton, Ohio, both previously pled guilty to Receiving Stolen Property and Misuse of Credit Cards. Between May 4, 2013 and December 16, 2013, while employed as Fulton County EMT transport drivers, they used a stolen county credit card to make personal purchases. Judge James E. Barber sentenced them to 2 yeard of community control and ordered them to make restitution of $9,636.16 to Fulton County, seek and maintain employment, successfully complete drug/alcohol treatment, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, abide by an 11:00 PM to 6:00 AM curfew, and serve 14 days in CCNO with work release if eligible. Failure to comply could result in each of them spending 11 months in prison.

Pacio Champada, 30, of Delta, Ohio, was preciously found guilty by a jury of Burglary, Grand Theft, Theft, and Having Weapons While Under Disability. Between November 8 and 10, 2013, he broke into a rural Delta residence and stole a BB Gun, gun safe, Vizio television, money, gift cards, ammunition, knives and gun cases. Judge Barber sentenced Mr. Champada to prison for 47 months and ordered him to have no contact with the victim.
Daniel Fify, 30, of Wauseon, Ohio, previously pled guilty to Complicity to Commit Burglary. Between November 8 and 10, 2013, she aided Pacio Champada in the burglary at a rural Delta residence where a BB Gun, gun safe, Vizio television, money, gift cards, ammunition, knives and gun cases were stolen. Judge Barber sentenced Ms. Figy to prison for 12 months and ordered her to make restitution to the victim for $2,125.00. Her 2000 Chevrolet Lumina was ordered forfeited to the State. In a separate case, Ms. Figy previously pled guilty to Traffickin in Herion. From March 15 to March 16, 2014, she sold heroin. She was sentenced to 8 months in prison, to be served consecutively with the 12 months imposed above.

WILLIAMS COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Colleen Schlosser, age 55, Edon, Ohio, was operating a 2012 Chevrolet Captiva SUV traveling South on CR-1.50 .3 miles South of US-20 in Northwest Township when she truck a deer that ran onto the roadway. The vehicle sustained minor damage.

Logan McKelvey, age 20, Montpelier, Ohio, was operating a 2011 Ford Fusion traveling East on SR-34 .2 miles East of CR-20.50 in Springfield Township. He reportedly fell asleep, traveled off the left side of the roadway, and struck a tree, ditch, and wooden embankment. There were no injuries. The vehicle sustained heavy damage. Mr. MrKelvey was cited for Failure to Control.

Wade Michalski, age 23, Bryan, Ohio, was arrested on July 26, for Marked Lanes violation, Driving Under Suspension, OVI, and open container of alcohol. He was released to family.

Clarence Lovejoy, age 28, Edgerton, Ohio, was arrested on July 27 on two Bryan Municipal Couty warrants for passing bad checks. He was held at CCNO.

Kurt Peterson, age 26, Pioneer, Ohio, was arrested on July 27 for left of center and OVI following a traffic stop. He was released to a friend.

Douglas Ferguson II, age 22, Montpelier, Ohio, was arrested on July 27 and charged with drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop. He was released.

Michael Raymond Moser, age 34, Bryan, Ohio, was arrested on July 29 for Burglary and Breaking and Entering. He was taken to CCNO.

FULTON COUNTY
CRIME STOPPERS
The Fulton County Crime Stopper Program would like your help in solving the following crimes:
Authorities are investigating the theft of a log splitter. On July 10, 2014, it was reporterd tby the homeowner at 22332 County Road L, Fayette, that a Husky red and black 2200-ton log splitter was taken from behind the barn. The tool is valued at $900.
If you have any information concerning these crimes that could lead to the arrest and incarceration of the person(s) involved, please contact the Fulton County Crime Stopper Hotline. Anyone with information about these or any other felony will be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000 cash. Call is confidential and anonymous. The number to call day or night is 1-800-255-1122, toll free.

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