Police, Fire, & Court Records – October 8th Edition

VR LOGO - WEBEdon P.D.
No reports received at time of press.

Stryker P.D.
(Sept 26) Assault
(Sept 26) Traffic Citation – Speed
(Sept 27) Found Property
(Sept 27) Theft
(Sept 27) Information Report
(Sept 28) Disabled Vehicle
(Sept 29) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Sept 29) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Sept 30) Traffic Warning – Stop Sign
(Sept 30) Traffic Citation – Speed
(Sept 30) Forgery
(Oct 1) Juvenile Problem
(Oct 1) Theft
(Oct 1) Traffic Warning – Left Of Center
(Oct 2) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 2) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 3) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Oct 3) Traffic Warning – Speed

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

West Unity P.D.
(Sept 22) Assist Fire Dept
(Sept 22) Domestic Violence
(Sept 22) 911 Hang Up
(Sept 23) Driving Complaint/Left of Center (Warning)
(Sept 23) Speed/Warning
(Sept 23) Telephone Harassment
(Sept 24) Truck Off Route/Warning
(Sept 24) Traffic Crash/Private Property
(Sept 24)Juvenile Complaint
(Sept 24) Unruly Juvenile
(Sept 24) Expired Plates/Warning
(Sept 25) Traffic Complaint
(Sept 25) Child Abuse
(Sept 25) Child Abuse
(Sept 25) Disorderly Conduct/Bench Warrant
(Sept 26) Fraud
(Sept 26) Theft
(Sept 26) Traffic Complaint
(Sept 26) Agency Assist
(Sept 27) Speed/No Operators License (Citation)
(Sept 27) No Tail Lights (Warning)
(Sept 27) Debris in Roadway
(Sept 27) Soliciting Without Permit
(Sept 27) Suspicious Person
(Sept 27) Loud Music
(Sept 27) Speed/Warning
(Sept 28) Left of Center/Warning
(Sept 28) Dog at Large
(Sept 28) Medical Emergency

Montpelier P.D.
Elyse R. Wilson, age 30, Montpelier, OH, was arrested on September 28 for assault.
Robert J. Moats, age 28, Montpelier, OH, was arrested on October 3 for assault. He was taken to CCNO.

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

Wauseon Police
(Sept 25) 137 N Brunell St, Animal Call
(Sept 25) 810 N Shoop Ave, Larceny
(Sept 25) 864 N Fulton St, Suspicious Vehicle
(Sept 25) 1170 N Shoop Ave, Illegal Dumping
(Sept 26) 738 Fairway Dr, Accident (Property Damage)
(Sept 26) 725 S Shoop Ave, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Sept 26) 1066 N Ottokee St, Stolen Car
(Sept 26) 230 Clinton St, Investigate Complaint
(Sept 26) 318 E Chestnut St, Threats/Harassment
(Sept 26) 380 Virginia Dr, Alarm Drop
(Sept 26) Enterprise Ave @ W Linfoot St, Disabled Vehicle
(Sept 27) 712 Lawrence Ave Unit 2, Civil Matter
(Sept 27) 708 S Harvest Ln, Open Door on Vehicle
(Sept 27) 485 E Airport Hwy, Hit-Skip
(Sept 27) 147 N Franklin St, Animal call
(Sept 28) 230 Clinton St, Investigate Complaint
(Sept 28) 1462 N Shoop Ave, Disabled Vehicle
(Sept 28) 414 Cedar St, Animal Call
(Sept 28) 414 Cedar St, Animal Call
(Sept 28) 712 Lawrence Ace Unit 2, Threats/Harassment
(Sept 28) 1445 N Shoop Ave, Threatening Waitress
(Sept 28) 840 W Elm St Unit 702, Investigate Complaint
(Sept 29) 1495 N Shoop Ave, Alarm Drop
(Sept 29) 840 W Elm St Apt 702, Investigate Complaint
(Sept 29) 826 N Shoop Ave, Alarm Drop
(Sept 29) 555 W Linfoot St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Sept 29) 650 E Linfoot St, Narcotics
(Sept 29) 839 Lawrence, Alarm Drop
(Sept 29) 116 Arrowhead Trail, Divets in Sidewalk
(Sept 29) 615 Ottokee St, Open Door
(Sept 29) 1120 N Shoop Ave Unit 41, Investigate Complaint
(Sept 29) 728 Fairway Dr Unit 1, Suicidal Threats
(Sept 29) 13115 Deer Run Dr, Fire/Alarm
(Sept 30) 200-B Fulton St, Suspicious Activity
(Sept 30) 840 W Elm St Unit 902, Domestic Trouble
(Sept 30) 840 W Elm St Unit 908, Vandalism
(Sept 30) 940 E Leggett St, 911 Open Line
(Sept 30) 104 W Chestnut Ct, Threats/Harassment
(Sept 30) Wabash St, Found Bike
(Sept 30) 311 S Shoop Ave, Barking Dog
(Oct 1) 450 Marshall St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Oct 1) 209 E Walnut St, Threats/Harassment
(Oct 1) 117 E ELm St, Larceny
(Oct 1) 485 E Airport Hwy, Counterfeit Bill
(Oct 2) 550 W Linfoot St, Suspicious Vehicle
(Oct 2) OttokeeSt @ Wabash, Disabled Vehicle
(Oct 2) Wabash St, Disabled Vehicle
(Oct 2) 704 Fairway Dr Unit 102, Fraud

WILLIAMS COUNTY
Criminal
Cavin E. Mcconnell, Public Indecency. Fine $250, Costs $119. No future violations within next 2 years, no contact with victim.
Cavin E. Mcconnell, Public Indecency. Fine $250, Costs $45. No future violations within next 2 years, no contact with victim.
Donald L. Shull, Pass Bad Check. Fine $100, costs $84. No future violations within 2 years. Restitution $44.44 to prosecutor.
Angel Resler, Pass Bad Check. Fine $100, costs $84. No future violations within next 5 years. Restitution of $150 to prosecutor. No checking account for 5 years.
Rebecca Fenstermaker, Dog at Large. Fine $96, costs $79.
Julie R. Simmons, Drug Paraphernalia. Fine $150, costs $79.
Teresa M. Taylor, Theft. Fine $250, costs $84. No future violations within next 2 years, no contact with victim Wal-Mart.
Judy A. Wagner, Theft. Fine $250, costs $90. No future violations within 2 years. Restitution of $29.86 to Prosecutor.
Elyse R. Wilson, Assault. Fine $250, costs $210. 50 hours community service. No future violations within 2 years. Restitution to prosecutor. No violent or threatening contact with victim.
Amber Cavazos, Pass Bad Check. Fine $250, costs $84. No future violations within 5 years. Restitution $46.59 to prosecutor. No checking account for 5 years.
Christopher M. Aufdencamp, Unlicensed Driver. Fine $300, costs $102.
Matthew W. Weber Jr, Disorderly Conduct. Fine $250, costs $99. No violations within 2 years.
Antonio Gonzales Jr, Violate Pro Ord. Fine $300, costs $125. Jail 180. No future violations within 5 years.
Antonio Gonzales Jr. Violate TPO. Fine $500, costs $119. Jail 180. No future violations within 5 years.

WILLIAMS County traffic
Ruby A. Guillen, 71/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
Andrew M. Brossia, 67/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $82.50.
James W. Heisler, 70/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $82.50.
Bonnie S. Wilks, Impr Start/Back. Fine $50, costs $85.
Laura J. Lewallen, 69/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
David R. Wagner, 71/55 Speed. Fine $71.00, costs $82.50.
Kylie S. Reckner, 68/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
Stacey J. Nungester, 75/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
Keith A. Spruce, 85/70 Speed. Fine $46, costs $82.50.
Carl W. Yarger, 65/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
Chelsea M. Jenkins, 90/70 Speed. Fine $46, costs $82.50.
Mauricio G. Gomez, 83/70 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
Joshua A. Dixon, 86/70 Speed. Fine $46, $87.50.
Jesus S. Sandoval, 83/70 Speed. FIne $46, costs $82.50.
Amanda Mercer, 65/55 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
Michael F. Paffrath, 86/70 Speed. Fine $46, costs $82.50.
Barbara J. Shifley, 81/70 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.
Limor P. Makoul, 82/70 Speed. Fine $46, costs $79.

FULTON COUNTY
TRAFFIC & Criminal
Aaron C. Huffman, Delta, No brake lights. Costs $64.
Aaron C. Huffman, Delta, D.U.S. Costs $64.
Aaron C. Huffman, Delta, OVI. Fine $525, costs $88.
Amanda K. Collis, Reading MI, No Valid Operator License. Fine $200, costs $88.
Bret D. Campbell, Wauseon, OVI. Fine $575, costs $88. 180 suspension, 180 days jail, $500 fine, no violations until 2/7/2017. Not to consume or possess drugs or alcohol for one year.
Bret D. Campbell, Wauseon, 66/55 Speed. Fine $25, costs $64.
Bret D. Campbell, Wauseon, Headlights. Fine $25, costs $64.
Otis D. Plassman, Wauseon, Phys Control. Fine $500, costs $88. CC Sanctions: 180 days jail, $500 fine, no violations for 2 years. 30 hrs community service.
Robert W. Chase, Archbold, 60/55 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Chelsea G. Rothfuss, West Unity, OVI. Fine $500, costs $88. C/C sanctions: 180 days and $575 fine. No violations for 2 years. DIP and 30 hours community service. ALS vacated.
Chelsea G. Rothfuss, West Unity, Fail to Control. Costs $64.
Billy R. Boyd, Wauseon, OVI. Fine $500, costs $88. C/C sanctions: 180 days jail and $575 fine. No violations within 2 years. DIP and 30 hours community service. ALS vacated.
Billy R. Boyd, Wauseon, Fail to Control. Costs $64.
Clayton P. Cameron, Wauseon, Special Vehicle. Fine $150, costs $88.
Jessie A. Rodriguez, Fayette, D.U.S. Costs $88.
Kori C. Degner, Toledo, 80/65 Speed. Fine $150, costs $88.
Kenneth R. Locke Jr, Wauseon, Improper Backing. Fine $102, costs $88.
Imogene M. Buehrer, Wauseon, Fail to Control. Fine $102, costs $88.
Orlando Santiago, Archbold, 69/55 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Gregory D. Kinsman, Pioneer, 69/55 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Thomas E. Powers, Belleville, MI, 84/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Laurie L. Stone, Wentzville MO, 84/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Leonel A. Campos, Chicago IL, 94/70 Speed. Fine $100, Costs $88.
Michael E. Moran, Rock Island IL, 80/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Cierra R. Hewes, Maumee OH, 85/70 Speed. Fine $77, costs $88.
Derrick M. Walker, Cheboygan MI, 84/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Sara N Bailey, Whitestown, IN, 87/70 Speed. Fine $47, Costs $88.
Brad Woods, Des Plaines, IL, 90/70 Speed. Fine $100, costs $88.
Edward M. Kochalski, Port Clinton OH, 81/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Michael S. Hornacek, Lake Zurich, IL, 82/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Crystal Harris, Wheaton IL, 90/70 Speed. Fine $100, costs $88.
Basthi E. Reyes, Archbold, Improper Backing. Fine $102, costs $88.
Kenneth P. Service, Bethel Park PA, 81/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Michael L. Ahrens, Davenport, IA, 83/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Brennan P. Crane, Homer Glen IL, 86/70 Speed. Fine $47, costs $88.
Eric F. Long, Chicago IL, 83/70 Speed. Fine $37, costs $88.
Chidozie C. Dike, Brookhaven PA, 103/70 Speed. Fine $150, costs $88.
Roberta M. Eisenberg, Flushing NY, 88/70 Speed. Fine $47, costs $88.

FULTON COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Roy E. Miller announces that the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office conducted a High Visibility Blitz, designated Homecoming Blitz. This Blitz was worked in conjunction with the Evergreen High School Homecoming Football Game and Dance. The Blitz started on September 26, 2014 and ended on September 27, 2014. Deputies who worked this Blitz made 37 traffic stops and issued 2 citations. The two citations were issued for speed violations. Deputies also issued 39 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 for extra patrol to enforce traffic laws that will increase 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 is conducting a High Visibility Traffic Blitz, designated as Homecoming Blitz which started on October 3, 2014 and will end on October 26, 2014. The Sheriff’s Office will be working this Blitz in correspondence with the Wauseon, Archbold, and Delta High School Homecoming Football Games and Dances. Deputies will be working various hours and locations near Wauseon, Archbold, and Delta High Schools during this Blitz. The Sheriff’s Office will be primarily looking for impaired driving violations. 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. The grant pays for extra patrol to enforce traffic laws that will increase the safety of motorists on roadways in areas that are prone to a higher number of serious and fatal crashes.

FULTON COUNTY
COMMON PLEAS
Several individuals were sentenced recently in the Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman.
Amanda Bowser, age 33, of Delta, OH, previously pled guilty to Grand Theft and Forgery. Between December 14, 2012 and June 26, 2013, while employed by Deardorf Property Management as an on-site manager for apartment complexes in Delta and Archbold, she stole cash. On January 20, 2013, she forged a deposit receipt form and/or a resident certification for one of the tenants. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Ms. Bowser to 2 years of community control and ordered her to pay prosecution costs and attorney fees, make restitution of $241.00 to a victim, have no contact with Deardorf Property Management employees or properties, seek and maintain employment, make restitution of $5,100 to Travelers’ Insurance Company, and serve 5 days in CCNO, with credit for 2 days served, within 60 days. Failure to comply could result in Ms. Bowser spending 10 months in prison.
Christian Lantz, 42, Fayette, OH, along with his wife, Tonya Lantz, 48, each previously pled guilty to Grand Theft. Between May 1, 2009 and April 31, 2012, they received benefits from the Fulton County Department of Job and Family Services to which they were not entitled. Judge Barber sentenced Mr. Lantz to 5 years of community control and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, obtain his GED, seek and maintain employment, make restitution jointly and severally with Tonya in the amount of $15,092.00, and serve 6 days in CCNO, with credit for 6 days served. Judge Barber sentenced Mrs. Lantz to 5 years community control and ordered her to make restitution jointly and severally with Christian for $15,092.00, seek and maintain employment, and serve 5 days in CCNO with credit for 5 days served. Failure to comply could result in both of them serving 10 months in prison.
Shawn Laver, 23, of Liberty Center, OH, previously plead guilty to Theft. On February 7, 2014, he stole a credit card from a Delta man. Judge Barber sentenced Mr. Laver to 2 years of community control and ordered him to have no contact with the victim, pay prosecution costs and attorney fees, pay a $250.00 fine, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess alcohol and/or drugs, abide by an 11:00 PM to 6:00 AM curfew, successfully complete drug/alcohol treatment, forfeit his 2008 Crysler Sebring, and spend 4 days in CCNO with credit for 4 days served. Failure to comply could result in Mr. Laver serving 7 months in prison.
Samuel Sorrell, 27, previously pled guilty to Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs. According to Fulton County Prosecutor Scott Haselman, on or about January 22, 2014, Mr. Sorrell sold or offered to sell a drug in the vicinity of a juvenile. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Mr. Sorrell to serve 24 months in prison. The Court ordered that Mr. Sorrell pay prosecution costs, court-appointed counsel fees, and any other fees. The Court also suspended his driver’s license for six months.
Andrew W. Parks, age 25, previously pled guilty to Trafficking in Heroin and Possession of Heroin. According to Fulton County Prosecutor Scott A. Haselman, on or about March 15, 2014 and April 22, 2014, Mr. Parks sold and/or possessed heroin. Judge James E. Barber sentenced Mr. Parks to two years of community control. He ordered Mr. Parks to pay prosecution costs and counsel fees; pay restitution of $150 to the MAN Unit; pay a fine of $250; not consume or possess alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs; not enter bars or taverns; successfully complete the SEARCH Program at a corrections center in Bowling Green; seek and maintain employment; and abide by a 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM curfew. His driver’s license was suspended for six months. Failure to abide by these conditions could result in Mr. Parks serving 20 months in prison.

FULTON COUNTY
CRIME STOPPERS
The Fulton County Crime Stopper Program would like your help in solving the following crimes:
Authorities are investigating a break-in at 25126 County Road F, Archbold. On Septmber 27, 2014, the homeowner reported that power tools were taken from a pole buildings on the property. Missing is a Hasavarna weed eater, a Hasqavarna chain saw and 2 chains, a chain for a pull saw, and some oil. Total value of stolen items is $568.
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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