Police, Fire, & Court Records – November 5th Edition

VR LOGO - WEBEdon P.D.
(Oct 19) Well Being Check
(Oct 19) Juveniles
(Oct 19) Parking Complaint
(Oct 20) Agency Assist
(Oct 20) Suspicious Vehicle
(Oct 20) Citation, Speed (2)
(Oct 20) Warning, Speed
(Oct 20) Warning, No Proof of Insurance
(Oct 21) Well Being Check
(Oct 21) Warning, Speed
(Oct 21) Warning, Red Light Violation
(Oct 21) Citation, Speed
(Oct 21) Trespassing
(Oct 22) Citation, Speed
(Oct 22) Suspicious Vehicle
(Oct 23) Citizen Assist (2)
(Oct 24) Extra Patrol
(Oct 25) Traffic Complaint
(Oct 25) Extra Patrol

Stryker P.D.
(Oct 18) Medic Assist
(Oct 18) Traffic Warning – Headlights Required
(Oct 18) Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
(Oct 19) Criminal Mischief
(Oct 19) Traffic Citation – Stop Sign
(Oct 19) Theft
(Oct 19) Accident – Private Property
(Oct 20) Found Property
(Oct 20) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 21) Suspicious Activity
(Oct 21) Medic Assist
(Oct 21) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 22) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 22) Traffic Warning – Stop Sign
(Oct 23) Prowler
(Oct 23) Traffic Warning – Tail Lights Required
(Oct 24) Traffic Warning – Stop Sign
(Oct 24) Theft
(Oct 24) Traffic Warning – Stop Sign
(Oct 24) Theft – Gasoline Drive Off
(Oct 24) Traffic Citation – Speed
(Oct 24) Traffic Citation – Stop Sign
(Oct 24) Medic Assist
(Oct 25) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 25) Medic Assist
(Oct 26) Traffic Warning – Headlights Required
(Oct 26) Well Being Check
(Oct 27) Civil Complaint
(Oct 27) Information Report
(Oct 28) Medic Assist
(Oct 28) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 28) Citizen Assist
(Oct 29) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 29) Criminal Trespass
(Oct 30) 911 Hang Up
(Oct 30) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 30) Sex Offense
(Oct 30) Soliciting
(Oct 30) Agency Assist
(Oct 31) Disorderly Conduct
(Oct 31) Traffic Warning – Speed

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

West Unity P.D.
(Oct 20) Alarm
(Oct 20) Unruly Juvenile
(Oct 20) Fraud
(Oct 20) Following Too Close/Loud Music (Warning)
(Oct 21) Open Door
(Oct 21) Medical Emergency
(Oct 21) Well Being Check
(Oct 21) Speed (Warning)
Oct 22) Theft
(Oct 22) Medical Emergency
(Oct 22) Theft
(Oct 22) Message Delivery
(Oct 22) Unruly Juvenile
(Oct 23) Counterfeit
(Oct 23) Speed (Warning)
(Oct 23) Suspicious Vehicle
(Oct 23) Failure to Pay
(Oct 23) Traffic Hazard
(Oct 23) Agency Assist
(Oct 24) Red Light-Warning (2)
(Oct 24) Lock Out
(Oct 24) Agency Assist
(Oct 24) Speed (Citation)
(Oct 25) Criminal Mischief
(Oct 25) Agency Assist
(Oct 25) Citizen Assist
(Oct 25) Missing Juvenile
(Oct 25) Left of Center (Warning)
(Oct 25) Turn Signal (Warning)
(Oct 25) Speed (Warning)
(Oct 26) OVI/Left of Center – Citation (2)
(Oct 26) Accident Property
(Oct 26) Citizen Assist (2)

Montpelier P.D.
(Oct. 18) Troy L. Thorp, age 53, Montpelier, OH, was arrested for OVI and speed.
(Oct. 22) A 16 year old Montpelier female was arrested for assault.
(Oct. 23) A 13 year old Montpelier male was arrested for underage consumption.
(Oct. 26) David Walter Lawrence, age 21, Defiance, OH, was arrested for OVI and speed.
(Oct. 26) Jessica Anne Lenz, age 19, Bryan, OH, was arrested for underage consumption.
(Oct. 27) Ashley Stoner, age 34, Montpelier, OH, was arrested for theft.
(Oct. 28) Irene Hiltman, age 54, Montpelier, OH, was arrested for driving under suspension and stop sign violations.
(Oct. 28) Rodney Tingle, age 51, Montpelier, OH, was arrested for theft and criminal trespass.
(Oct. 28) A 16 year old Montpelier female was arrested for assault.

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

Wauseon Police
(Oct 23) W Elm St @ N Brunell St, Disabled School Bus
(Oct 23) Depot St, Drunk
(Oct 23) 225 E Superior St, Welfare Check
(Oct 23) 475 E Airport Hwy, Suspicious Person
(Oct 23) 840 W Elm St Unit 100, Domestic Trouble
(Oct 23) 365 Joanna Dr, Animal Call
(Oct 23) 449 Prospect St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 23) 225 Wabash St, Suspicious Vehicle
(Oct 23) 715 N Fulton St, Unruly Juvenile
(Oct 24) 455 W Airport Hwy, Alarm Drop
(Oct 24) 1442 N Shoop Ave, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 25) 302 W Oak St, Domestic Trouble
(Oct 25) 701 Burr Rd Unit 34, Threats/Harassment
(Oct 25) 485-B E Airport Hwy, Alarm Drop
(Oct 25) 840 Parkview, Alarm Drop
(Oct 25) N Shoop Ave @ Cherry, Debris in Roadway
(Oct 25) 134 W Superior St, Animal Call
(Oct 25) 330 E Chestnut St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Oct 25) 485 W Airport Hwy, Larceny
(Oct 25) 724 Ottokee St, Loud Noise
(Oct 25) 840 W Elm St Unit 907, Domestic Trouble
(Oct 26) 123 N Fulton St, Assault
(Oct 26) 1105 N Shoop Ave, Drunk
(Oct 26) 429 Prospect St, Suicidal Threats
(Oct 26) 1275 N Shoop Ave, Accident – Injury
(Oct 26) 485 E Airport Hwy, Narcotics
(Oct 26) 927 Ottokee St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 26) 750 Spruce St, Animal Call
(Oct 26) 122 E Linfoot St, Debris in Roadway
(Oct 26) 402 N Brunell St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 27) 211 S Fulton St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 27) 1375 N Shoop Ave, Investigate Complaint
(Oct 27) 840 Parkview, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 27) 222 Depot St, Suicidal Threats
(Oct 27) 621 W Linfoot St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Oct 27) 625 N Shoop Ave, Larceny
(Oct 27) 1120 Royal Bounty Ln, Wires in Roadway
(Oct 28) 230 Clinton St, Lost/Found/Recovered
(Oct 28) N Ottokee St @ W Linfoot St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 28) 415 Cole St Unit 32, Welfare Check
(Oct 28) 940 E Leggett St, Threats/Harassment
(Oct 28) 415 Cole St Unit 32, Investigate Complaint
(Oct 28) 840 W Elm St Unit 403, Suspicious Activity
(Oct 29) 911 Doris Dr, Junk/Abandoned Vehicle
(Oct 29) 209 N Shoop Ave, Animal Call
(Oct 29) 1170 Shoop Ave Unit 63, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 30) 435 E Oak St, Run Away or Unruly
(Oct 30) 1185 Apache Dr, Investigate Complaint

Wauseon Fire
Department
No reports received at time of press.

WILLIAMS COUNTY
Criminal
Ryan H. Palmer, Bryan, OH, Passing Bad Checks – Jail: 30 days suspended. Fine:$100. Costs: $99.
Leonard D. Nafziger Jr., Bryan, OH, Animal Cruelty – Jail: 180 days, with 170 suspended. Fine: $300. Costs: $324. 50 hours of Community Service.
Brandon D. Holbrook, Montpelier, OH, Domestic Violence – Jail: 30 days suspended. Fine: $250. Costs: $90. No contact with victim Harold Gould.
Jacob E. Collins, Bryan, OH, Weapon-Drunk – Jail: 90 days suspended. Fine: $350. Costs: $90. Forfeit weapons to Williams County Sherrif.
Kirby L. Grieser, Stryker, OH, Passing Bad Checks – Jail: 30 days suspended. Fine: $100. Costs: $84. No checking account for the next five years.
Katrina A. Newberry, Kunkle, OH, Criminal Trespass – Fine: $125. Costs: $85.
Walter S. Horne, Bryan, OH, Dog At Large – Waive Amount: $175.
Kimberly D. Hamm, Bryan, OH, Menacing – Jail: 30 days suspended. Fine: $250. Costs: $84. No violent or threatening contact with victim Matthew Ridgeway.

WILLIAMS County
traffic
Adrian D. Vaccaro, Bryan, OH, OVI/Breath Low – Jail: 40 days, with 30 suspended. Fine: $750. Costs: $187.52. F.R.A. Suspension – Fine: $300. Costs: $79.
Troy L. Presnell, Montpelier, OH, OVI/Under the Influence – Jail: 20 days, with 17 suspended. Fine: $650 suspended. Costs: $129 suspended.
Juan J. Ortiz, Bryan, OH, OVI/Breath High – Jail: 90 days, with 70 suspended. Fine:$750. Costs: $84. Work release granted. F.R.A. Suspension – Fine: $300. Costs: $40.
Randy R. Nerenberg Jr., Montpelier, OH, Drag Racing – Fine: $500. Costs: $79.
Kraig A. Hornung, Stryker, OH, D.U.S./F.R.A. -Fine: $300. Costs: $79. Tag/Sticker Violation – Fine: $35. Costs: $40.
Devion M. Lee, Bryan, OH, 73/55 Speed – Fine: $45. Costs: $79.
Timothy J. Miller, Bryan, OH, 65/55 Speed – Fine: $46. Costs: $79.
Calvin L. Sizemore Jr., Bryan, OH, Lane/Line Violation – Fine: $71. Costs: $79.
Jerry L. Partee, Bryan, OH, Seatbelt – Fine: $30. Costs: $40.
Stanley J. Oberlin, Bryan, OH, Improper Backing – Fine: $71. Costs: $79.
Kalyn E. Lyman, Edon, OH, Seatbelt – Fine: $30. Costs: $40.
Quinn B. Meade, Bryan, OH, Seatbelt – Fine: $30. Costs: $40.
Christina M. Nickels, Bryan, OH, 72/55 Speed – Waive Amount: $125.
Alexander J. Heersche, Bryan, OH, 44/25 Speed – Waive Amount: $125. Fine: $46. Costs: $82.50.
Colt S. Clark, Montpelier, OH, 65/55 Speed – Waive Amount: $375.
Brooke K. Vollmer, Bryan, OH, 68/55 Speed – Waive Amount: $125.
Tony A. Mac, Bryan, OH, 69/55 Speed – Waive Amount: $125.
Richard L. Smith, West Unity, OH, Seatbelt – Fine: $30. Costs: $40.
Michaela Myers, Bryan, OH, Stop Light – Fine: $46. Costs: $79.
Kaitlin M. Spiess, Bryan, OH, 41/25 Speed – Fine: $46. Costs: $79.
Jose R. Martinez, Bryan, OH, 69/55 Speed – Waive Amount: $125.
Matthew L. Randolph, Stryker, OH, 66/55 Speed – Waive Amount: $125.
Chasity L. Lee, Montpelier, OH, Expired Plates – Waive Amount: $125.
Tyler A. Keifer, Fayette, OH, 43/25 Speed – Fine: $45. Costs: $79.
Alexander R. Glasglow, Bryan, OH, 40/20 Speed – Waive Amount: $175.
Derek E. Miller, West Unity, OH, Lanes of Travel – Waive Amount: $125.
Craig W. Parliment Jr., West Unity, OH, 50/35 Speed – Fine: $46. Costs: $79.
John J. Tingley, Montpelier, OH, Operating under a Suspended License – Fine: $300. Costs: $85.

WILLIAMS COUNTY
Sheriff’s Office
David Martinez, age 54, Montpelier, OH, was arrested on October 25 for Felony Non-Support.
On Friday, October 24, 2014, at approximately 5:30 AM, Mark Towers, age 57, Fayette, OH, was operating a 2008 Chevrolet PU truck traveling south on US-20 N/S 0.6 mile north of US-20A in Bridgewater Township when he struck and killed a deer that had ran onto the roadway. The vehicle sustained minor damage.
On Friday, October 24, 2014 at approximately 7:32 PM, Alan Mayer, age 18, Napoleon, OH, was operating a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix traveling east on CR-O 0.1 mile east of CR-16 in Madison Township when he struck a deer that had ran onto the roadway. The vehicle sustained minor damage.
On Friday, October 24, 2014 at approximately 9:30 PM, Randy Chappuis, age 49, Stryker, OH, was operating a Dodge PU truck traveling on CR-21/N south of CR-K in Brady Township when he struck and killed a deer that had ran onto the roadway. The vehicle sustained heavy damage and was towed from the scene.
On Saturday, October 25, 2014 at approximately 7:00 AM, Dennis Cretsinger, age 47, Angola, IN, was operating a 2003 Toyota Corolla traveling south on SR-49 0.3 mile north of CR-A in St. Joseph Township when he struck a deer that had ran onto the roadway. The vehicle sustained minor damage.

WILLIAMS COUNTY
COMMON PLEAS
Chavis H. Martinez plead guilty to Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs, a felony of the fourth degree, Aggravated Possession of Drugs, and Possession of Heroin, both felonies of the fifth degree. He was sentenced to one seventeen month term and two eleven month terms at the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, with said terms running concurrently. His driver’s license was also ordered suspended for one year. Martinez was also ordered to pay all costs of prosecution and court-appointed council.
Dena M. Reynolds plead guilty to two counts Theft of Drugs, a felony of the third degree, and one count Safecracking, a felony of the fourth degree. She was sentenced to two three year terms, and one fifteen month term at the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, with said terms running concurrently.

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Her driver’s license was also ordered suspended for one year. Reynolds was also ordered to pay all costs of prosecution and court-appointed council.
Denver L. Repp was found guilty of Aggravated Trafficking of Drugs and Aggravated Possession of Drugs, both felonies of the third degree. He was sentenced to two twelve month terms at the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, to be served concurrently. His driver’s license was also ordered suspended for one year. Repp was also ordered to pay all costs of prosecution and court-appointed council.

WILLIAMS COUNTY
DIssolutions GRANTED
Gregory S. Clark, West Unity, OH, and Marilou A. Clark, North Fort Myers, Florida, married on October 23, 1987.

FULTON COUNTY
TRAFFIC
Tess A. Trucks, Wauseon, OH, D.U.S. – Fine: $200. Costs: $88.
Otis D. Plassman, Wauseon, OH, Physical Control – Fine: $500. Costs: $88.
Sean M. McLaughlin, Fayette, OH, No Operator’s License – Fine: $150. Costs: $88. Fictional Plates: $75. Costs: $64.
Janet L. Brellahan, Wauseon, OH, OVI/First Offense – Fine: $500. Costs: $88.
Jeffrey J. Britenriker, West Unity, OH, Failure to Control – Fine: $100. Costs: $88.
Jennifer R. Delphous, Fayette, OH, Fictitious Plates – Fine: $35. Costs: $88.
Michael J. Couts, Fayette, OH, 73/55 Speed – Fine: $75. Costs: $88.
Raymond Rodriguez, Wauseon, OH, Expired Registration – Fine: $47. Costs: $88.
Melissa A. Garza-Vielma, Wauseon, OH, Marked Lanes – Fine: $25. Costs: $64.
Philip G. Hartz, Wauseon, OH, Seatbelt – Fine: $30. Costs: $51.
Michael Reynolds, Wauseon, OH, 73/55 Speed – Fine: $47 Costs: $88.
Sarah M. Boeke, Edon, OH, 80/70 Speed – Waiver Amount: $125.
Tammie K. Landel, Edon, OH, 80/70 Speed – Fine: $37. Costs: $88.
Matthew Baker, Wauseon, OH, Seatbelt – Fine: $30. Improper Lane – Fine: $37. Failure to Display – Fine: $12. Failure to Control – Fine: $102.
Joseph P. Brown, Fayette, OH, 91/55 Speed – Fine: $150. Costs: $80.
Brian K. Challenger, Wauseon, OH, 72/55 Speed – Fine: $47. Costs: $80.
Rachel L. Bergdall, Edon, OH, 84/70 Speed – Fine: $37. Costs: $80.
Anthony E. Balser, Wauseon, OH, 67/55 Speed – Fine: $37. Costs: $80.
Vance O. Campbell, Wauseon, OH, Seatbelt – Waiver Amount: $73.
David C. Moll, Wauseon, OH, Expired Plate – Fine: $37. Costs: $80.

FULTON COUNTY
CRIMINAL
Brittney Seiler, Wauseon, OH, Disorderly Conduct – Fine: $50. Costs: $78.
Matthew Baker, Wauseon, OH, Possible Drug Paraphernalia – Fine: $150.

FULTON COUNTY
COMMON PLEAS
A Wauseon man was sentenced on October 29, 2014, in the Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman. Ian Ruffer, 25, of 600 W. Leggett St, was convicted of Possession of Heroin. On March 22, 2014, during a traffic stop, heroin was found in his possession. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Mr. Ruffer to 11 months prison.
An Archbold man was sentenced on October 29, 2014, in the Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman. Jason Gonzalez, 27, or 600 Park St, pled guilty to Illegal Assembly or Possession of Chemicals for the Manufacture of Drugs. From July 4, 2013 to July 5, 2013, he assembled or possessed chemicals that may be used to manufacture methamphetamine. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Mr. Gonzales to prison for 30 months and suspended his driver’s license for 6 months.
A Toledo man was sentenced on October 21, 2014, in the Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman. George Pilat, 20, last known address 8464 W. Bancroft St, pled guilty to Grand Theft. Between June 16 and 17, 2014, he stole coins and cash from a rural Swanton man. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Mr. Pilat to 5 years of community control and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, make restitution of $35,000 to the victim, have no contact with the victim, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, seek and maintain employment, return any property to the victim, and serve 54 days in CCNO with credit for 54 days served. Failure to comply could result in Mr. Pilat spending 14 months in prison.

FULTON COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Roy Miller reports that Melvin J. Rayoum III, age 21, of Swanton, was charged with five counts of burglary and Chelsea B. Green, age 22, of Delta/Swanton, was charged with four counts of burglary on October 22, 2014. They are currently incarcerated at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. The investigation continues with more charges possible. These arrests were made possible with the cooperation with other law enforcement agencies. Sheriff Miller reminds residents to remain vigilant and call in suspicious activity and vehicles, as there are still reports of burglaries occurring in surrounding counties.
Sheriff Roy E. Miller announces that the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office conducted a High Visibility Blitz, designated the Homecoming Blitz. This Blitz was worked in conjunction with the Wauseon, Archbold, and Delta High Schools’ Homecoming Football Games and Dances. The Blitz started on October 3, 2014 and ended on October 26, 2014. The hours of work were on the weekends of the Homecoming Football Games and Dances. Deputies who worked this Blitz made 42 traffic stops and issued 4 citations. The citations were for a stop sign violation, speed, and 2 for driving under suspended licenses. Deputies also issued 45 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 grand 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 conducted a High Visibility Blitz, designated Halloween Blitz that ran Oct. 24th through Oct. 27th. Deputies who worked this Blitz made 29 traffic stops and issued 4 citations for speed violations. Deputies also issued 27 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 is deputies are dedicated to protecting the citizens of Fulton County and the motorists who travel its highways. This grand 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.

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