Upper Sandusky Police Department
Bonnie B. Birch and Gary E. Huffman, both of Upper Sandusky, were involved in a non-injury accident in the 100 block of East Wyandot Avenue on the morning of March 23.
A resident in the 400 block of West Guthrie Street reported on the afternoon of March 23 that her 17-year-old juvenile left the residence due to an argument. Contact was made with the suspect.
A resident in the 200 block of Nantucket Drive reported on the afternoon of March 23 she found a note from her juvenile daughter, which said she was raped by a suspect. A report was given to Children’s Services and the detective.
Telecommunications harassment was reported by a resident in the 400 block of North Third Street on the evening of March 23 who said her 14-year-old daughter received unwanted texts from a 17-year-oldÂ male. Contact was made with the suspect, who advised he would stop.
A temporary license plate was found at the Upper Car Wash and Pet Spa on the night of March 23. A message was left for the owner.
Cory A. Shaw, of Forest, was arrested on the night of March 23 for driving under suspension, no operator’s license and possession of Spice following a traffic stop in the 100 block of South Sandusky Avenue.
Loud music was reported in the 400 block of West Johnson Street on the early morning of March 24. Contact was made with the subject, who turned down the music.
Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office
Ryan T. Lyons, of Sycamore, was arrested on a bench warrant issued out of the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court for failure to pay fines on the night of March 22. The original charges were driving under child support suspension, OVI and mark lane violation.
A Harpster resident in the 7000 block of Wyandot Street reported receiving text threats from a Mount Vernon resident on the evening of Kauble. Contact was made with the suspect and she was advised to stop.
An Upper Sandusky residence in the 10000 block of CH 42 was reported fully-engulfed in fire on the early morning of March 23. The resident advised the fire began from an electric blanket on the couch. He was checked out by emergency medical services and Wyandot County Red Cross while multiple fire departments battled the fire.
A cattle fence on Ohio 199 north of TH 5 near Carey was reported loose causing the electrical fence to drop on the afternoon of March 23. The deputy assisted in getting the cattle inside the barn so the farmers could mend the fence.
A Fostoria resident reported a blown tire on CH 4 west of CH 97 near Carey on the afternoon of March 23.
A resident in the 16000 block of Ohio 293 reported suspicious activity concerning his dogs being shot on the evening of March 23.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in the 15000 block of Ohio 294 in Crane Township on the night of March 23. No criminal activity was discovered.
Assault was reported at Hillzy’s Tavern on the early morning of March 24. The female victim reported her boyfriend struck her several times, but did not wish to file charges.
A juvenile at Upper Sandusky High School reported domestic violence on the morning of March 24. He advised he was thrown down some steps by his grandfather.
Internet fraud was reported by a Alvada resident in the 16000 block of CH 3 on the morning of March 24.
Sanusi Shehu, of Akron, was cited for expired registration and expired license following a traffic stop at the Ohio 199 exit of U.S. 23 on the evening of March 24.
Michael Baker, of Galion, was arrested and cited for OVI following a traffic stop on U.S. 23 on the evening of March 24.
An Upper Sandusky resident in the 16000 block of TH 97 reported on the night of March 24 that her juvenile son had tampered with his ankle monitoring bracelet and was threatening to hurt himself after being released from a mental institution earlier in the week. After being evaluated by Firelands, he was transported back to the mental health facility.
A deputy assisted the Upper Sandusky Police Department on a noise complaint in the 400 block of West Johnson Street on the early morning of March 24. No music was heard upon arrival.