Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office
Deputies responded to Mohawk Elementary School on the morning of April 3 regarding a first grader bringing a cell phone to school, which contained two nude pictures. Contact was made with the mother, who advised it was an old phone and wanted it to be thrown away.
A hit-skip in the 8000 block of CH 55 was reported on the afternoon of April 2 damage to a mailbox was found. Details of the crash and possible vehicle were given.
A K-9 sniff check was requested at Mohawk High School on the early morning of April 2. School officials wanted to check luggage prior to leaving on a school bus trip to New York City.
Four broken house windows were on the roadway of Ohio 294 just west of Harpster was reported on the early morning of April 3. A washdown of the roadway was conducted.
Two subjects arrived at Wyandot Memorial Hospital on the afternoon of April 3 with extreme burns. It was learned they had thrown jewelry cleaner into an open fire and it exploded. They were both transported to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo.
Damage to a house in the 100 block of West South Street in Nevada was reported on the evening of April 3. A truck had gone by and caught a cable cord, causing it to break and hit the residence.
Joseph E. Schifer, of Sycamore, was arrested on the night of April 5 in Sycamore on a bench warrant issued out of the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court for failure to pay fines and cost.