Upper Sandusky Police Department
A Wyandot Memorial Hospital employee reported a disturbance the afternoon of June 17 after emergency medical services brought a Wharton resident to the emergency room. According to the report, the man did not want to be evaluated and instead wanted to be transported to Columbus. The patient was discharged and a relative arrived to take him home.
Maria L. Kahl, of Bucyrus, was cited the evening of June 17 for passing on a double yellow line during a traffic stop on East Wyandot Avenue.
While on patrol on East Wyandot Avenue the evening of June 17, an officer made contact with an Upper Sandusky resident in the Walmart parking lot regarding his license status being suspended. The officer advised the subject that contact would be made with Upper Sandusky Municipal Court.
An Upper Sandusky resident in the 400 block of North Sandusky Street reported possible stolen property the night of June 17. A description of the suspect was given. The complainant later reported she found the missing item on her property.
An Upper Sandusky resident requested a stand-by early the morning of June 18 while she removed personal items from a relative’s apartment.
An officer responded to Upper Sandusky Municipal Court on the morning of June 18 for an elevator security alarm going off. A female subject advised the elevator was bouncing up and down slightly, as it was not lining with the floor to allow the doors to slide open. The elevator was shut down until repairs were made.
An officer heard a disturbance at Pennzoil the morning of June 18 as two subjects were allegedly yelling at each another. Contact was made with the two Upper Sandusky subjects.
A Pet Zone employee reported that an Upper Sandusky resident passed a bad check in the amount of $441.65 the morning of June 18. The employee said he had been in contact with the bank, but neither were able to contact the suspect. Officers contacted the suspect and he said he would take care of the problem.
Delores J. Reichelderfer and Robert V. Book, both of Upper Sandusky, were involved in a non-injury accident at the Upper Sandusky High School Athletic Complex the morning of June 18. According to a report from USPD, Reichelderfer made minor contact with Book’s vehicle.
A resident in the 200 block of South Sandusky Avenue reported theft of a bicycle from their property the morning of June 18. A suspect was named and contact was made. The suspect advised another juvenile had taken the bicycle and altered its appearance. The incident still is under investigation.
A Harpster resident reported being shot by an Air Soft pellet in the 500 block of South Eighth Street the morning of June 18. A pellet was found and an officer patrolled the area and checked with some residents, but no suspect was located.
Two Upper Sandusky residents arrived on station the afternoon of June 18 to report telecommunications harassment received from an Upper Sandusky resident. Contact was made with the suspect and he was advised to no longer contact the complainant’s daughter.
A Morral resident reported a lost drawstring bag in the area of Harrison Smith Park or Bigelow Street the afternoon of June 18. A list of contents of the bag was given. Officers checked the areas, but nothing was found.