Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office
Julie K. Mullholand, of Nevada, was arrested on a bench warrant out of the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court for failure to pay fines and costs on original charges of second offense OVI and failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer on the evening of April 4.
Michelle L. Hunter, of Carey, was arrested on a warrant issued out of the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court on the morning of April 5. The warrant was for failure to show proof of 18 days EMHA as well as failure to appear on fine and cost hearing.
Dow E. Blankenship, of Chesapeake, turned himself in on a warrant for failure to appear for trial issued by the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court on the evening of April 5.
An upstairs window of a residence in the 5000 block of CH 37 near Upper Sandusky was broken on the evening of April 5 after a wild turkey flew through it. Damage was done inside the house and the turkey was released.
Savannah R. Bisbee, of Arlington, was arrested and charged with OVI (second offense), failure to control, stop sign, underage consumption, underage possession of alcohol, possession of marijuana and possession of marijuna paraphernalia following a traffic stop on North Warpole Street at U.S. 23 on the early morning of April 6.
Breaking and entering of Precision Aggregates on CH 43 in Eden Township was reported on the morning of April 6. Locks were cut and taken from the office and maintenance buildings and details of items taken were given.
A deputy responded to The First Citizens National Bank in Nevada on the morning of April 6 regarding an alarm. Upon arrival, a worker advised all was OK.
William E. Shepherd, of Belle Center, was transported to the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office from Marion Multi County Jail on the afternoon of April 6. He was issued a bench warrant for failure to appear for a hearing for possession of drug paraphernalia.
An older male with glasses was reportedly taking pictures on a residence in the 18000 block of TH 138 near Carey. Upon questioning by the resident, the subject drove off.
Suspicious activity was reported in the 17000 block of Ohio 231 near Nevada on the night of April 6. Deputies spoke with the suspect, who denied snooping around the residence.