Upper Sandusky Police Department
A Delphos resident said he was being blocked from leaving a driveway in the 100 block of Reservoir Road on the afternoon of April 9. The complainant was visiting on behalf of a bank and a subject prevented him from leaving after assuming he was part of a scam. He was released from the scene.
A resident in the 600 block of North Warpole Street reported not wanting 16-year-old daughter being around a 22-year-old male on the afternoon of April 9. The daughter is on probation and her officer was contacted. The male subject was notified he could be charged if found on the complainant’s property.
Officers and emergency medical services responded to the 900 block of Eulalia Avenue regarding a female subject attempting suicide by overdosing on pills on the evening of April 9. She was treated by EMS and transported to the Wyandot Memorial Hospital for further treatment and evaluation. She was then transferred to Toledo for further treatment.
A pickup truck and trailer was blocking more than half of Comfort Lane near Pilot on the night of April 9. The driver said he had run out of gas and just bought enough gas to move his truck.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Comfort Lane on the early morning of April 10. Details of the vehicle and owner were given.
An officer performed a welfare check on a resident in the 300 block of West Spring Street on the early morning of April 10 regarding a civil dispute. Upon arrival, all was OK.
Officers walked the 300 block of O’Donnell Street on the early morning of April 10 regarding a possible prowler. No one was found.
Theft from a motor vehicle in the 100 block of West Wyandot Avenue on the early morning of April 10. Details of items taken were given, but no other vehicles in the area showed signs of being entered.