Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office
Amanda J. Boose, Forest, was traveling southbound on CH 81 south of CH 47 on the afternoon of June 29 when a utility pole in the area snaped and landed on the hood of her 2006 Ford Expedition. Her vehicle came to a rest between two fallen powers with power lines. It sustained disabling damage.
Braden J. Weber, Findlay, was cited for failure to control after a one-vehicle accident in the early morning of June 30 in the 5000 block of CH 37. Weber was traveling northbound on CH 37 in a 1999 Acura Integra when he failed to control for a curve and caused driveway and yard damage to a residence in the area. The vehicle sustained functional damage.
Travis R. Baird, Sycamore, and Chad W. Shellhouse, Tiffin, both were charged with underage consumption of alcohol on the night of June 30 in the 300 block of CH 35, McCutchenville.
Craig J. Parker, McCutchenville, was charged with underage consumption of alcohol and obstructing official business on the night of June 30 on CH 35 in Tymochtee Township.
Allen E. Musgrave, Forest, was arrested for possession of drug instruments after a traffic stop in the early morning of July 1 on Ohio 294 in Mifflin Township. He also was charged with open container in a motor vehicle and littering.
Ryan J. May, Upper Sandusky, was cited for failure to control after a one-vehicle accident on CH 110 south of CH 57 in the early morning of July 1. May was driving his 2000 Chevy Blazer southbound on CH 110 when he drove off the right side of the roadway, re-entered the roadway and overturned, coming to a rest on the driver’s side. He was transported by a friend to Wyandot Memorial Hospital. The vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed.
A deputy on patrol observed a vehicle with no tags on Ohio 67 north of Marseilles early in the morning of July 1. The vehicle was towed and the owner was contacted.
Tracy L. Rowe, Barberton, was arrested on the night of July 1 for open container in a motor vehicle and possession of marijuana after a traffic stop on East Wyandot Avenue in Upper Sandusky. He also will be charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
A resident of the 4000 block of TH 55, Upper Sandusky, reported someone had broken into his farm shop and stole tools on the night of July 1.
A resident of the 10000 block of CH 330, Upper Sandusky, reported on the night of July 1 there were loose horses and donkeys in the roadway nearby. When deputies arrived, neighbors already had put several horses back into a pasture and the owner later arrived to put the donkeys back into the pen.
A resident of the 6000 block of TH 37, Upper Sandusky, reported on the night of July 1 someone was shooting a gun in the area. Contact was made with two men, who both had permission to be on the property.
Deputies responded to a report of concern for welfare of a person on the night of July 1 on CH 42 between the Wyandot County Airport and CH 107. A deputy did not locate anyone.
A Crawford Township trustee reported the morning of July 2 someone had dumped several bags of trash on TH 27 west of TH 98. Deputies attempted to make contact with two people whose names were found in the trash.
A resident of the 4000 block of CH 16, Sycamore, reported the morning of July 2 a cell phone had come up missing after a graduation party at his home.
A resident of the 13000 block of CH 108, Upper Sandusky, reported the morning of July 2 she suspected a neighbor might have shot her cat. Contact was made with the suspect.
Joshua J. Ritter and Amy Moneer, both of Carey, were charged with littering after an anonymous caller reported the night of July 2 someone had dumped trash on TH 27 near TH 98.
Cara J. Lane and Cecil R. Morrison, no addresses given, were charged with trespassing after a deputy observed a truck and a sports utility vehicle parked in a parking lot on CH 49 near Ohio 199 early the morning of July 3.
Jason D. Barry, Akron, was arrested the evening of July 3 on a bench warrant issued out of Upper Sandusky Municipal Court for failure to pay fines on traffic violations.
A deputy on patrol observed suspicious activity at Pond 30 of Killdeer Plains on the afternoon of July 3. The suspects were asked to leave the area.
Carl R. Massey Jr., Nevada, was arrested the evening of July 3 on a warrant out of Wood County for possession of drug paraphernalia. Bowling Green Police Department officers picked him up at the Wyandot County Jail after his arrest.
Garry D. Stacy, Arlington, was traveling westbound on Ohio 103 the night of July 3 when he struck a deer in the roadway. The 2008 GMC Acadia he was driving sustained an undisclosed amount of damage and was towed.
Eric J. Frye, Galion, was traveling eastbound on Ohio 15 west of CH 95 early last Thursday morning when a southbound deer struck the 2004 Chevy Cavalier he was driving. The vehicle sustained functional damage.
Alex C. Tate, Upper Sandusky, was cited for expired driver’s license and given a written warning for insufficient exhaust after a traffic stop on North Warpole Street in Upper Sandusky early last Thursday morning. He also was issued a minor misdemeanor citation for possession of marijuana.
William C. Webster, Forest, was arrested last Thursday afternoon for domestic violence after an incident in the 13000 block of CH 95, Forest.
Deputies responded to a private property non-injury motor vehicle accident in the 2000 block of Ohio 568 last Thursday afternoon. Michelle L. Roberts, Upper Sandusky, was backing her vehicle and when struck a vehicle being driven by Carolyn S. Ritter, Carey. Both vehicles sustained minimal damage.
Anthony T. Lowe, Osage City, Kan., was traveling eastbound on U.S. 30 east of CH 81 last Thursday afternoon when high winds from the north overturned the 2010 Freightliner Cascadia he was driving. The vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed.
A resident of the 6000 block of TH 104, Upper Sandusky, reported last Thursday evening a group of children were playing paintball in the area and pellets were hitting his property. He also advised the group had trespassed on his property. Contact was made with the suspects. One subject advised they had permission to use the adjacent property and they would put up property markers so it would not happen again.
Brett D. Smalley, Forest, was traveling eastbound on CH 53 east of CH 81 last Thursday night when strong winds from the north broke a large tree branch along CH 53, which dropped onto the 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix he was driving. The vehicle sustained functional damage.