Police, Fire, & Court Records – September 17th Edition

VR LOGO - WEBEdon P.D.
(Aug 31) Citizen Assist
(Sept 1) Citizen Assist
(Sept 1) Lost Dog Returned
(Sept 1) Agency Assist
(Sept 2) Agency Assist
(Sept 2) Speed – Citation
(Sept 2) Citizen Assist x 2
(Sept 3) Keep the Peace
(Sept 3) Trespass – Warning
(Sept 3) Agency Assist
(Sept 3) Citizen Assist
(Sept 4) Speed – Citation
(Sept 4) No License On Person – Warning
(Sept 4) Equipment Violation – Warning
(Sept 4) Citizen Assist
(Sept 5) Traffic Detail
(Sept 5) Disabled Vehicle
(Sept 5) Keep the Peace
(Sept 5) Citizen Assist x 2
(Sept 5) Extra Patrol – Football Game
(Sept 5) Traffic Hazard
(Sept 6) Speed – Citation
(Sept 6) Agency Assist
(Sept 6) Citizen Assist
(Sept 6) Extra Patrol – Football Game

Stryker P.D.
(Sept 5) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Sept 6) Medic Assist
(Sept 6) Domestic Dispute
(Sept 6) Assault
(sept 6) Agency Assist
(Sept 7) Loud Noise
(Sept 7) Curfew Violation
(Sept 7) Alarm – Commercial
(Sept 7) Found Property
(Sept 8) Domestic Dispute
(Sept 8) Ordinance Violation
(Sept 8) Ordinance Violation
(Sept 8) Ordinance Violation
(Sept 8) Ordinance Violation
(Sept 9) Information Report
(Sept 9) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Sept 9) Disorderly Conduct
(Sept 9) Traffic Citation – Speed
(Sept 10) Agency Assist
(Sept 10) Harassment
(Sept 10) Traffic Warning – Speed
(Sept 10) Citizen Assist
(Sept 10) Child Abuse

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

West Unity P.D.
(Sept 1) Animal Complaint
(Sept 1) Harassment
(Sept 1) Assist Medic
(Sept 1) Agency Assist
(Sept 1) Speed/Warning
(Sept 2) Agency Assist
(Sept 2) Head Light Out/Warning
(Sept 2) Traffic Complaint/Warning
(Sept 2) Speed/Citation
(Sept 2) Speed/Warning
(Sept 2) Open Burning/Warning
(Sept 2) Fraud
(Sept 2) Equipment/Warning
(Sept 3) Speed/Warning
(Sept 3) Equipment/Warning
(Sept 4) Speed/Warning x2
(Sept 4) No Operator License/Citation
(Sept 4) Suspicious Person
(Sept 4) Speed/Citation
(Sept 4) Equipment/Warning
(Sept 5) Vandalism
(Sept 5) Ordinance Violation x3
(Sept 5) Traffic Complaint/Warning
(Sept 6) Domestic Violence
(Sept 6) Assist Medic
(Sept 6) Speed/Warning x2
(Sept 6) Agency Assist
(Sept 7) Criminal Mischief
(Sept 7) Criminal Damaging
(Sept 7) 911 Call
(Sept 7) Weaving/Warning
(Sept 7) Speed/Warning
(Sept 7) Following Too Close/Warning
Montpelier P.D.
No reports received at time of press.

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

Wauseon Police
(Sept 4) Wabash St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Sept 4) 1373 N Shoop Ave, Lost/Found/Recovered
(Sept 4) 260 W Chestnut St, Mental
(Sept 4) 840 Parkview, Accident (Property Damage)
(Sept 4) 840 W Elm St Unit 503, Juvenile
(Sept 5) 1265 N Shoop Ave, Suspicious Vehicle
(Sept 5) 1290 N Shoop Ave Unit 1, Larceny
(Sept 5) 415 Cole St Unit 9, Animal Call
(Sept 5) N Shoop Ave @ Airport Hwy, Tire in Roadway
(Sept 5) 221 JEfferson St Unit 3, Larceny
(Sept 5) 238 Madison St, Unruly
(Sept 5) 725 S Shoop Ave, Assault
(Sept 5) Ottokee St @ Sycamore, Disabled Vehicle
(Sept 5) 485 E Airport Hwy, Accident (Property Damage)
(Sept 6) 1120 N Shoop Ave Unit 42, Open Door
(Sept 6) W Leggett St, Juveniles
(Sept 6) 425 Cole St Unit 207, Missing Person
(Sept 6) 230 Clinton St, Found Dog
(Sept 7) 425 Cole St Unit 101, Investigate Complaint
(Sept 7) 840 W Elm St, Larceny
(Sept 7) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 20, Juveniles
(Sept 7) 424 N Ottokee St, Dog at Large
(Sept 7) 425 Cole St Unit 502, Juveniles Throwing Rocks
(Sept 7) 465 E Airport Hwy, Alarm Drop
(Sept 7) 123 Fulton St, Assault
(Sept 7) 465 E Airport Hwy, Alarm Drop
(Sept 7) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 26, Welfare Check
(Sept 8) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 26, Welfare Check
(Sept 8) 129 N Fulton St, Vandalism
(Sept 8) 840 Parkview, Lost/Found/Recovered
(Sept 8) 485 E Airport Hwy, Accident (Property Accident)
(Sept 8) 230 Clinton St, Telephone Harassment
(Sept 8) 230 Clinton St, Civil Matter
(Sept 8) 485 E Airport Hey, Hit-Skip
(Sept 8) 775 N Shoop Ave, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Sept 8) 1375 N Shoop Ave, Investigate Complaint
(Sept 8) 840 W Elm St Unit 702, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Sept 9) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 14, Vandalism to Vehicle
(Sept 9) 210 S Fulton St, Hit-Skip
(Sept 9) 211 S Fulton St, Larceny
(Sept 9) 304 E Walnut St, Larceny
(Sept 9) 800-B W Elm St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Sept 9) 840 W Elm St, Domestic Trouble
(Sept 9) 840 W Elm St, Welfare Check
(Sept 10) 230 Clinton St, Juvenile Locked Out Of House
(Sept 10) 239 Commercial St, Welfare Check
(Sept 10) 485 E Airport Hwy, Larceny
(Sept 10) 230 Clinton St, Lost/Found/Recovered
(Sept 10) Tractor Supply, Fire Alarm
(Sept 11) 1200 N Shoop Ave, Investigate Complaint

FULTON COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Roy E. Miller announces that the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office conducted a High Visibility Blitz titled Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, which began on August 15, 2014 and ended on Sept 1, 2014. Deputies who worked this Blitz made 94 traffic stops and issued 50 citations. The citations were for 44 violations, 2 for driving under suspension or revoked driver’s licenses, 2 stop sign violations, 1 seatbelt, and one for possession of marijuana. Deputies also issued 48 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. Deputies also during their regular shifts, in conjunction with the High Visibility Grant and the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign, made an additional 56 traffic stops. All in all, during the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign, deputies issued a total of 84 citations. The citations totaled 64 speed violations, 1 OVI arrest, 6 driving under suspension or revoked licenses, 1 seatbelt, and 12 other citations. There was also an arrest for an outstanding warrant and a felony arrest for the possession of heroin. 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 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 has been awarded two traffic enforcement grants titles Impaired Driving Enforcement Program for $18,602.53 and Selective Traffic Enforcement Program for $12,104.99. These grants were awarded through the Ohio Department of Public Safety and will take effect October 1, 2014 and run through September 30, 2015. The awarded grants will provide funds to pay for extra patrol during different times and dates for traffic law enforcement. During the times of extra patrol, deputies will be focusing on violations such as speeding, seatbelts, distracted drivers, and impaired drivers to reduce the number of traffic related crashes and deaths in Fulton County. Sheriff Miller and his deputies are dedicated to protecting the citizens of Fulton County and the motorists who travel its highways. These grants will allow 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. The dates, times, and locations of the extra patrol will be announced prior to them taking effect.

WILLIAMS COUNTY
TRAFFIC & Criminal
Scott R Sisko, Bryan, Open Container. Fine $25, Costs $79
Nathan T Vance, Montpelier, Fail Control. Fine $50, Costs $79
Travis T Whaley, Montpelier, Criminal Damage. Fine $250, Costs $90
Antonio III Rivas, Defiance, Notice Cut Weed. Fine $150, Costs $115.50
September 10
Delbert R Drinnon, Mark Center, Veh Manslaughter. Fine $750, Costs $334.
Duane J Murray, Edgerton, No Plate Light. Fine $35, Costs $137.13.
David L Blake, Jr, Bryan, Crim Mischief. Fine $250, Costs $69
Jerred A Barron, Bryan, Crim Damage. Fine $350, Costs $45
Ashley Cowan, Erie, MI, Pass Bad Check. Fine $100, Costs $160
Ashley Cowan, Erie, MI, Pass Bad Check. Fine $100, Costs $129
David L Blake, Jr, Bryan, Criminal Damage. Fine $250, Costs $84
Billy R Collins, Wolcottville, In, Theft, Fine $250, Costs $94
Jon C Haase, Jr, Bryan, Assault. Fine $300, Costs $242
Danielle E Seibert, Stryker, D U S – Lic For. Fine $300, Costs $339
Amy Deetz, Montpelier, Pass Bad Check. Fine $200, Costs $89
Kyle I Ankney, Bryan, Crim Mischief. Fine $200, Costs $204
Wesley Penrod, Pioneer, Violate T P O. Fine $300, Costs $242.
Chad A Hale, Montpelier, Complicity. Fine $250, Costs $94
Rosendo Donovan, Defiance, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $119
Rosendo Donovan, Defiance, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $119
Rosendo Donovan, Defiance, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $119
Rosendo Donovan, Defiance, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $119
Christina Harding, Montpelier, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $137.18
Coral Gibson, Edon, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $84
Coral Gibson, Edon, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $84
Coral Gibson, Edon, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $84
Coral Gibson, Edon, Pass Bad Check. Fine $ 100.00, Costs $84
Alexander L Dombrowski, Edon, Ovi/Under Influ. Fine $650, Costs $94
Margaret Campbell, Stryker, Notice Cut Weed. Fine $50, Costs $79
Charles E Sheperd, Bryan, Notice Cut Weed. Fine $50, Costs $79
Troy J Blair, West Unity, Ovi/Under Influ. Fine $750, Costs $90
Troy J Blair, West Unity, Ovi/Under Influ. Fine $50, Costs $40
Terry W Leu, Jr , Montpelier, Ovi/Under Influ. Fine $750, Costs $90
Ashley R Gambler, Pioneer, Ovi/Breath(Low). Fine $650, Costs $90
Ashley R Gambler, Pioneer, Marked Lanes. Fine $50, Costs $40
Nathan A Lam, Pioneer, Ovi/Breath High. Fine $750, Costs $90
Nathan A Lam, Pioneer, Park/Public Hwy. Fine $50, Costs $40
Jennifer K Vandyke, Bryan, Fail Dis O/L. Fine $100, Costs $79
Jennifer K Vandyke, Bryan, Speed. Fine $50, Costs $40

FULTON COUNTY TRAFFIC
Austin, Charles D Jr. Toledo, No Op License. Fine $100, Costs $88.
Austin, Charles D Jr. Toledo, Speed 89/70. Fine $47, Costs $64
Angela M. Navarro, Toledo, FRA Suspension. Fine $200, Costs $88. C/C Sanctions Imposed or $800 fine and 470 Hrs C/S. No violations of law until 4/11/2016. 30 Hrs C/S.
Angela M. Navarro, Toledo, FRA Suspension. Costs $64
Brooke A Tonjes, Napoleon, OH, No Valid O.L., Fine $150, Costs $88. CC Sanctions – $850 fine and 485 Hrs of C/S, No violations of law until 4/9/2014. 15 Hrs o C/S
Derek R Apger, Fayette, OH, OVI First Offense, Fine $575, Costs $88. CC Sanctions – 180 days in jail & $500 fine – No violations of law until 5/7/18, C/S Hrs and 180 days license suspension
Derek R Apger, Fayette, Speed 55/35, Costs $64.
Jeremy L Evers, Napoleon, OH, FRA Suspension, Fine $150, Costs $88. CC Sanctions imposed. $850 fine and 470 Hrs C/S. No violations of law until 1/21/2016. 30 Hrs C/S
Jonathon M Nelson, Wauseon, OH, Reckless Op, Fine $100, Costs $88.
Robert T. Mattin, Jr., Wauseon, OH, Improper Plates, Costs $88
David A Kline, Toledo, OH, OVI – 1st Offense, Fine $500, Costs $88. C/C Sanctions imposed. 180 Days jail and $575 fine. No violations of law until 5/13/2017. 30 Hrs C/S ALS Vacated
Angela M. Navarro, Toledo, OH, No Valid Operators License., Fine $150, Costs $88.
Raymond W. Birtcher, Archbold, OH, Lights Required. Fine $75, Costs $88.
Alison J. Neuenschwander, Fayette, OH, OVI – 1st Offense, Fine $500, Costs $88, C/C Sanctions imposed. 180 Days jail and $575 Fine. No violations of law until 6/3/2017. DIP, 30 Hrs C/S and ALS Vacated
William K Humbert, Jr., Fayette, OH, Reckless Op 2nd, $250, Costs $88, C/C Sanctions imposed. 30 Days jail. No violations of law until 6/10/2016. DIP and 30 Hrs Due.
Elisha P. Beck, West Unity, OH, 87/70 Speed, Fines $150, Cost $88, Community Control: Suspended 30 Days in Jail No violations of law until 6/10/15 and 30 hours of Community Service.
Mathew N. Schafer, Napoleon, OH, FRA Suspension, Fines $150, Cost $88, C/C Sanctions Imposed. $100 fine. No violations of law until 5/27/2016. Clear license in 90 days. PIO Provided. Vehicle to be released.

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 tools froma construction trailer parked at County Road 5-2 and HJ, Delta. The trailer was entered between August 22 and August 25, 2014. Damage was done to two roof vents and a side door. Take was a Stihl 20” chainsaw, a Leichty laser/indicator, receiver in a yellow case, a Metabo grinder and a 100 foot extension cord. Total value of stolen items and damage is $3,614.
Authorities are also investigating a burglary on August 11, 2014, at 4520 County Road L, Swanton. The homeowner reported between 8:15 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. the locked residence was entered. Approximately $12,000 worth of items were taken including a ipad, 46” Samsung TV, a Nikon camera, an Xbox and 360 live games, 2 diamond rings, a high school class ring, diamond earrings, amethyst, and diamond ring, Pandora bracelet, two 12 gauge shotguns, gold necklaces and a mother’s ring.
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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