Police Logs & Court News For The Week Of December 9th

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ARCHBOLD POLICE

NOVEMBER 25
•Christine Dr. @ Holland St., Parking Violations
•N. Lincoln St. @ Murbach St., Traffic Detail
•N. Lincoln St. @ Murbach St., Traffic Offense / Warning (2)
•2000-B S. Defiance St., Traffic Offense / Citation
•S. Defiance St. @ Short-Buehrer Rd., Traffic Offense / Arrest

NOVEMBER 26
•2 Eicher St., 911 Hang Up
•212 Burke St., 911 Hang Up
•1925 S. Defiance St., Found Property
•Frey Rd. @ Stryker St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•300-B Short-Buehrer Rd., Traffic Offense / Warning
•N. Defiance St. @ W. Holland St., Domestic Trouble
•100-B S. Clydes Way, Traffic Offense / Warning

NOVEMBER 27
•1950 S. Defiance St., Suspicious Vehicle
•400-B High St., Suspicious Vehicle

NOVEMBER 28
•200 Lafayette St. Unit 000, Suspicious Vehicle
•600-B Lafayette St., Traffic Offense / Warning (2)
•22731 SR 2, Unlock Vehicle
•831 Ringenberg Dr., Utilities Problem
•105 North St., Animal Call
•800-B West St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•100-B Lafayette St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•Christine Dr. @ Stryker St., Traffic Jam
•1200-B Stryker St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•1200 Stryker St., Traffic Offense / Arrest

NOVEMBER 29
•607 S. Defiance St., 911 Hang Up
•1204 Lindau St., 911 Hang Up

NOVEMBER 30
•1200 Stryker St., Parking Violations
•704 Siegel Dr., Assist Fire or Rescue
•N. Defiance St. @ E. Lutz Rd., Traffic Offense / Warning
•S. Defiance St. @ Lafayette St., Traffic Detail (2)
•600 Lafayette St., Unlock Vehicle
•N. Defiance St. @ Stryker St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•2211 S. Defiance St., Warrant

DECEMBER 1
•1200 Stryker St., Parking Violations
•905 N. Defiance St., 911 Hang Up
•1500 S. Defiance St., Domestic Trouble
•S. Defiance St. @ Lafayette St., Special Detail
•1100 S. Defiance St., Crash (Property Damage)
•301 N. Defiance St., Disabled Vehicle
•2001 S. Defiance St Unit 147, Unlock Vehicle
•100-B N. Defiance St., Traffic Offense / Warning

DECEMBER 2
•S. Defiance St. @ Lafayette St., Traffic Detail
•S. Defiance St. @ Short-Buehrer Rd., Traffic Offense / Warning
•407 E. Lutz Rd., Unlock Vehicle
•S. Defiance St. @ Lafayette St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•900-B Stryker St., Disabled Vehicle
•2001 S. Defiance St. Unit 121, Civil Papers
•N. Lincoln St. @ Murbach St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•S. Defiance St. @ Lafayette St., Special Detail
•606 S. Pleasant St., Animal Call
•405 E. Lutz Rd., Lost Property
•N. Defiance St. @ Stryker St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•600 Park St. Unit 15, Welfare Check
•1200-B S. Defiance St., Traffic Offense / Warning

DECEMBER 3
•1313 S. Defiance St., Vandalism
•N. Defiance St. @ Norfolk Southern RR, Road Blocked by Train
•1200 Stryker St., Larceny-Drive Off
•1911 S. Defiance St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•S. Lincoln St. @ South St., Traffic Detail
•S. Defiance St. @ Lafayette St., Traffic Detail
•200-B E. Lugbill Rd., Utilities Problem
•300-N Nolan Pkwy, Traffic Offense / Warning
•S. Defiance St. @ Elm St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•1508 S. Defiance St., Disabled Vehicle
•800-B Stryker St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•200-B Lafayette St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•1600-B S. Defiance St., Traffic Offense / Warning
•1200-B S. Defiance St., Traffic Offense / Warning (2)
•900-B W. Barre Rd., Traffic Offense / Warning (2)

DECEMBER 4
•310 Hawthorn Dr., Domestic Trouble
•S. Defiance St. @ Lafayette, Traffic Detail

SWANTON POLICE

NOVEMBER 16
•Dodge St., Suspicious Vehicle
•Paigelynn St., Unruly Juvenile
•Crestwood @ Church, Parking Issue
•E. Airport Hwy., Low Hanging Wires
•Brookside Dr., Outdoor Fire

NOVEMBER 17
•N. Main St., 911 Hang Up
•Dodge St., Domestic Dispute

NOVEMBER 18
•Maddie St., Noise Complaint
•E. Airport Hwy., Low Hanging Wires
•W. Airport Hwy., 911 Hangup
•Brookside Dr., Unlocked Vehicle
•Main @ Airport, Suspicious Person
•Hallett @ Airport, Drug Abuse

NOVEMBER 19
•Parkside Dr., 911 Hang Up
•Maddie St., Welfare Check
•Chestnut St., Welfare Check
•Munson Rd., Debris in Roadway

NOVEMBER 20
•Dodge St., Assist Rescue-ill
•Maddie St., Unlock Vehicle
•E. Airport Hwy., Low Utility Wires
•Waterville Sw. Rd., Deer in Roadway

NOVEMBER 21
•S. Main St., Assist Rescue-ill
•W. Airport Hwy., Aggravated Menacing
•Church St., Theft

NOVEMBER 22
•Maddie St., 911 Hang Up
•Pennsylvania Ave., Peace Keep
•Willow Run, Parking Issue
•Lilac Ln., Dispute
•N. Main St., Domestic Dispute
•Brookside Dr., Welfare Check
•Co. Rd. M, Assist Deputy

NOVEMBER 23
•W. Airport Hwy., Arrest Summons

NOVEMBER 24
•Bassett St., Unlock Vehicle
•E. Airport Hwy., Menacing
•E. Airport Hwy., Custody Dispute

NOVEMBER 25
•E. Airport Hwy., Private Property Crash
•Krogers Lot, Welfare Check
•High School Lot, Reckless Driver
•W. Airport Hwy., Citizen Assist

NOVEMBER 26
•Waterville Sw. Rd., Car / Deer Accident
•Maddie St., Drug Possession
•S. Main St., Suspicious Person
•E. Airport Hwy., Telephone Harassment
•Valleywood Dr., Breaking & Entering
•E. Airport Hwy., Reckless Driver

NOVEMBER 27
•S. Main St., Assist Rescue-ill
•Valleywood Dr., Mail Theft

NOVEMBER 28
•Franklin St., Domestic Violence
•S. Main St., Assist Rescue-injury

NOVEMBER 29
•Church St., Domestic Dispute
•Dodge St., Loud Noises
•Maddie St., Domestic Dispute
•S. Main St., Suspicious Person
•Swanton Reservoir, Suspicious Vehicle

NOVEMBER 30
•Airport Hwy., Low Hanging Wires
•Airport Hwy., Traffic Assist
•Lawrence St., Welfare Check
•E. Airport Hwy., Accidental Alarm

WAUSEON POLICE

NOVEMBER 25
•110 S. Brunell St., Investigate Complaint
•1207 N. Shoop Ave., Accident-Injury
•530 W. Linfoot St., Juveniles
•1465 N. Shoop Ave., Accident (Property Damage)
•1205 N. Shoop Ave., Debris in Roadway
•480 E. Airport Hwy., Alarm Drop
•E. Linfoot St. @ N. Shoop Ave., Accident (Property Damage)
•1285 N. Shoop Ave. Unit 139, Domestic Violence

NOVEMBER 26
•773 N. Shoop Ave., Alarm Drop
•223 N. Shoop Ave., Domestic Violence
•1058 N. Shoop Ave., Alarm Drop
•1201 N. Ottokee St., Animal Call

NOVEMBER 27
•840 Parkview Dr., Alarm Drop
•940 E. Leggett St., Alarm Drop
•1285 N. Shoop Ave. Unit 139, Trespassing
•Beech St. @ Marshall St., Disabled Vehicle
•241 Madison St., Suicide Attempt
•257 Florence Dr., Welfare Check

NOVEMBER 28
•233 Commercial St., Investigate Complaint
•1437 Clermont Dr., 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
•315 Vine St., Animal Call
•219 S. Fulton St., Funeral Escort
•485 E. Airport Hwy., Trespassing
•500-B W. Elm St., Animal Call
•300-B W. Linfoot St., Animal Call
•525 Vine St., Civil Matter
•305 E. Linfoot St. Unit C, Run Away or Unruly

NOVEMBER 29
•840 W. Elm St. Unit 403, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
•1413 Clermont Dr., Suspicious Activity
•1200-B Apache Dr., Debris in Roadway
•445 E. Airport Hwy., Suspicious Vehicle
•E. Linfoot St. @ Glenwood Dr., Animal Call
•1495 N. Shoop Ave., Accident (Property Damage)
•Commercial St. @ S. Fulton St., Juveniles
•485 E. Airport Hwy., Investigate Complaint
•1285 N. Shoop Ave. Unit 23, Loud Noise

NOVEMBER 30
•260 E. Airport Hwy., Suspicious Activity
•726 S. Shoop Ave., Welfare Check
•840 Parkview, Juveniles
•1170 N. Shoop Ave. Unit 65, Civil Matter
•14514 County Road C, Lost / Found / Recovered
•138 Birch St., Vandalism
•1190 N. Shoop Ave. Unit 100, Animal Call

DECEMBER 1
•Indian Way @ E. Linfoot St., Accident (Property Damage)
•00 E. Leggett St., Accident (Property Damage)
•302 W. Oak St., Welfare Check
•211 S. Fulton St., Larceny
•219 S. Fulton St., Funeral Escort
•495 E. Airport Hwy., Lost / Found / Recovered
•239 Commercial St., Mental
•230 Clinton St., Telephone Harassment
•320 Sycamore St., 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
•133 S. Fulton St. Unit 3, Trespassing

DECEMBER 2
•N. Glenwood Ave. @ Wagner Dr., Investigate Complaint

WEST UNITY POLICE

NOVEMBER 23
•911 Hang Up
•Found Property
•Fraud
•Suspicious Vehicle
•Speed / Warning

NOVEMBER 24
•Suspicious Vehicle
•Theft
•Medical Emergency (3)
•Menacing
•Noise Complaint
•Improper Passing / Warning

NOVEMBER 25
•Soliciting
•Odor Investigation
•Suspicious Person
•Suspicious Vehicle

NOVEMBER 26
•911 Hang Up
•Unsecured Premises
•Suspicious Vehicle

NOVEMBER 27
•Lock Out
•Medical Emergency
•Suspicious Vehicle

NOVEMBER 28
•Agency Assist
•Suspicious Vehicle

NOVEMBER 29
•Suspicious Person (2)


FULTON COUNTY PROSECUTOR
The following individuals were sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman.

•Thomas Skiver, 31, of Archbold, Ohio, previously pleaded guilty to Aggravated Possession of Drugs. He possessed Methamphetamine.

Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Mr. Skiver to 3 years of community control and ordered him to pay prosecution costs and court-appointed attorney fees, pay a $500 fine, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, abide by an 10:00 pm. to 6:00 am. curfew, obtain full-time employment, attend two AA/NA meetings per Week, complete the Court’s Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program, complete a dual diagnosis assessment with Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, and successfully complete any treatment and any recommended aftercare, and serve 53 days in CCNO, with credit for days already served.

Failure to comply could result in Mr. Skiver spending 11 months in prison.

•Jennifer Cockley, 46, of Archbold, Ohio, previously pleaded guilty to Aggravated Possession of Drugs. She possessed Promethazine.

Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Ms. Cockley to 3 years of community control and ordered her to pay prosecution costs, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, abide by an 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 am. curfew, successfully complete treatment with Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, and complete any recommended aftercare, successfully complete the Drug Court Program, successfully complete drug treatment at Serenity Haven, and any recommended aftercare, wear GPS while at Serenity Haven, serve 2 days in CCNO, with credit for days already served, have no contact with victim, and to comply with any disciplinary action by the Ohio Board of Nursing.

Failure to comply could result in Ms. Cockley spending 11 months in prison.

•Jared Bauman, 35, Napoleon, previously pleaded guilty to Having Weapons While Under Disability. He possessed a gun, while being under indictment or being convicted of a felony offense involving drugs. Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Mr. Bauman to 9 months in prison.

•Crystal White, 34, of Alvordton, Ohio, previously pleaded guilty to Aggravated Possession of Drugs and Failure to Appear on Personal Recognizance Bond. She possessed Fentanyl and she failed to appear for a pretrial.

Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Ms. White to 4 years of community control and ordered her to pay prosecution costs, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, abide by a 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 am. curfew, be held at CCNO until a bed is available at Serenity Haven, successfully complete the drug treatment program at Serenity Haven, and any recommended aftercare, have GPS while at Serenity Haven, attend 2 AA/NA meetings per week, complete a dual diagnosis assessment with Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, and successfully complete any recommended treatment, and serve 52 days in CCNO, with credit for time already served.

Failure to comply could result in Ms. White spending 11 months in prison for Aggravated Possession of Drugs, and 16 months in prison for Failure to Appearing, said sentences to be served concurrently with one another, for a total prison term of 16 months.

•Anthony Rodriguez, 35, of 619 Beech St., Wauseon, previously pleaded guilty to Assault. He did knowingly cause or attempt to cause physical harm to a police officer while in the performance of his official duties.

Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Mr. Rodriguez to 4 years of community control and ordered him to pay prosecution costs and court appointed counsel fees, pay a $200 fine, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, abide by an 11:00p.m. to 5:00 am. curfew, successfully complete the SEARCH Program, successfully complete treatment with Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, and any recommended aftercare, successfully complete the Court’s Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program, be placed on TAD monitoring for 60 days after completion of the SEARCH Program, and serve 7 days in CCNO, with credit for days already served.

Failure to comply could result in Mr. Rodriguez spending 16 months in prison.

•Jennifer Bastian, 36, of 503 Oakvlew Drive, Delta, previously pleaded guilty to Forgery. She forged another’s signature, without their authority. Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Ms. Bastian to 3 years of community control and ordered her to stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, abide by an 11:00 pm. to 6:00 am. curfew, have no contact with the victim, to be held at CCNO until a bed is available at Serenity Haven, successfully complete treatment at Serenity Haven and any recommended aftercare, to be placed on TAD monitoring while at Serenity Haven, complete a dual diagnosis assessment with Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, and complete any recommended treatment, and successfully complete the Drug Court Program.

Failure to comply could result in Ms. Bastian spending 11 months in prison.

EASTERN DISTRICT COURT NEWS
-Lisa Wylie, Swanton. Seat belt, $78 fine and costs.
-Tabitha Zeadker, Delta. Seat belt, $78 fine and costs.
-Stephen R. Vance, Swanton. OVI, $500 fine and costs, 1 year license suspended with privileges, report to probation, 3 day program for OVI and complete in 60 days, pay restitution to Village of Swanton, no violation of law until November 25, 2025.
–Michelle A. Mason, Delta. Assured clear distance ahead, $187.
-Jordan E. Grime, Archbold. Speed. $132.
-Justin L. Nofziger, Wauseon. Improper backing, $187.
-Jose L. Sanchez Alvarez, Delta. Speed, $132.
-Chelsie R. Litweller, Fayette. Speed. $187.
-Leah B, Salter, Lyons. Speed, $132.
-Heidi R. Ochs, Lyons. Speed. $117.
-Christopher J. Walling, Delta. Stop sign, $122.
-Collin Casper, Wauseon. Possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed at defendants costs. Defendant did straight 8 program.
-Brandon Clark, Lyons. Driving under suspension, $150, fine and costs. Speed, dismissed at defendants costs, another driving under suspension, dismissed at defendants costs.
-Gregory Moore, Wauseon. Speed. $162.
-Tyler Schofield, Swanton. Speed. $132.
-John R. Debacker, Delta. No operator’s license, $150, fine and costs. Speed, dismissed at defendants costs.
-Sebastian J. Adelman, Delta. Failure to control, $187.
-Dakota J. Wood, Swanton. Speed, $132.

FULTON COUNTY CIVIL
-Fulton County Health Center vs. Anthony Mitchell, Swanton. Judgement for plaintiff and against defendant in the amount of $400.75, 5% interest from June 26, 2020 and the costs of this action.
-Fulton County Health Center vs. Justin and Jennifer Maynhart, Delta. Judgement for plaintiff and against defendant in the amount of $180.48, 5% interest from June 26, 2020 and the costs of this action.
-Fulton County Health Center vs. Bryan L. Kowalski, Delta. Judgement for plaintiff and against defendant in the amount of $319.97, 5% interest from June 26, 2020 and the costs of this action.

FULTON COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS
The Fulton County Crime Stopper Program would like your help in solving the following crimes:

Authorities are investigating the thefts that occurred at 11200 County Road J, Delta; 1580 County Road L, Swanton and 25425 US 20, Fayette.

On October 20, 2020, suspect(s) entered a pole barn located at 11200 County Road J, Delta, and stole a green Chevrolet Silverado 1500, license plate no. ECT6195, a 67,000BTU portable space heater, a 6ft. tall, 10 drawer silver tool box, 1/2 horsepower Sears drill press, a corn burner pellet stove on a 4-wheel cart, a Craftsman red crawler, a cordless right angel drill, a Dewalt 1/2 drill & impact saw combo kit, a drywall electric drill, an orbit sander and pads, a Makta 1/2 electric drill, a porter Cable 1 3/4 in. roofing nailer, a Milwaukee finish aire nailer, a drill press core vise, a 3/4 in. socket set and breaker bar with two extensions, a weed eater, a set of jack stands, a Lincoln grease gun, a Porter Cable 7 amo. plaint joiner, a Porter Cable 2-ton cable puller, a 1/2 in. drive flex ratchet, a file rod bustard 8 in. card, a set of 8 ton bottle jacks, and a 6 ton jack stand, a Senco Finish Pro 42XP air nailer, Senco 2 in. finishing nails, dv 18 volt xrd micro 2 pack batteries, 72 in. tru fit rail section, a Bosch circular saw, a Porter Cable sawzall, a Craftsman ratcheting wrench set, a tough cut outfit torch, a matte black Lincoln Vicking 3350 welding helmet with outside grind button, a hacksaw, an air chisel, a punch chisel set, a Dewalt angle grinder, wrenches, pliers, crescent wrenches, vise grips, a Carlyle twisted wrench, saw blades, metal and wood drill bits, hammer drill, two 5 gallon gas cans, tool belt, a Kobalt screwdriver set, two large open end wrenches, a portable air tank, three socket sets, a Dewalt air socket, two combination wrench sets, files, a Dewalt air socket set, miscellaneous SAE and a metric Dewalt 1/2 in. deep well socket set, and a bench grinder.

On November 2, 2020, suspect(s) entered a pole barn located at 1580 County Road L, Swanton, and stole a large Menards brand tool chest filled with various hand tools, a stacking tool chest (bottom chest is Snap On, middle and top chests are Craftsman), filled with various tools, a red Snapper 72″ zero turn lawn mower, a red 2009 Polaris RXR ATV, serial no. 4XAVH76A99D645153, and a Kennedy tool chest filled with tools.

On November 12, 2020, suspect(s) entered the property located at 25425 US 20, Fayette, and stole a 2012 16 ft. enclosed white trailer with a Harley Davidson sticker on the back, license plate no. SWT4080, a 2008 black 4×4 Polaris Sportsman 500 ATV, a custom solar box panel, an airevent airmax cover, extension cords, floor mats, two 10×10 canopies, one gravity chair, a rain proof jacket, blakets and quilts, Coleman stove, a coffee maker, jack stands, a level, a TV, insulation, a flashlight, a table, a fuel can, a portable air conditioner, tarps, a battery charger, a fire pit, a Yamaha EF200 generator, a generator box, deep cycle batteries, a Milwaukee cordless impact wrench, an air mattress, a fold out bed, a multi-meter fluke, a shower kit, a Diamondback mountain bike, a power chair, a 20 lb. propane tank, a carbon monoxide detector, a hygrometer, multiple ratchet straps, battery cables, a label maker, pillows, a shelf counter, a vacuum, tie downs, a Reese hitch, a door screen, door latches, a grease kit, a tire inflator, water jugs, a step stool, an antenna, an air mattress pump, and treated 2×4 and standard 2×4 lumber.

The total value of these losses are $54,895.78.

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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