Upper Sandusky Police Department
Three men in a cargo truck were stopped in the 100 block of East Finley Street the night of May 18 for inspection. The contents were deemed to be OK after a K-9 check.
A bicycle in the 300 block of West Hicks Street was reported to be in pieces the night of May 18.
Suspicious persons in the 100 block of Westbrook Boulevard were reported early the morning of May 19. Upon arrival, no subjects were found.
A noise complaint in the 800 block of Marseilles Avenue was reported early the morning of May 19. The arguing man and woman were warned to keep the noise down.
A possible structure fire in the 400 block of North Hazel Street was reported early the morning of May 19. Upon arrival, only a fire pit was found.
A Pilot employee reported early the morning of May 19 that a female subject covered in blood. Upon patrol, officers did not locate the subject. Later that morning, the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office reported they had made contact with the female and that all was now fine.
A $42.09 drive-off at Pilot was reported the morning of May 19. Contact was made with the suspect and the gas was paid for.
A foster child in the 200 block of South Fourth Street was reported to be disruptive the morning of May 19. The female was yelling, screaming and out of control.
Large amounts of grass were reportedly blowing into the street from a mower in the 300 block of South Hazel Street the afternoon of May 19. Contact was made with the mowing service.
Tyler D. Chubb, of Findlay, was issued a citation the evening of May 19 for window tint following a traffic stop in the area of Highland Parkway and North Sandusky Avenue.
A $19.61 drive-off at Gas America was reported the night of May 19. Details of the subject and vehicle were given.
A male subject riding a tricycle on East Wyandot Avenue near McDonald’s was reported the night of May 19. Contact was made with the subject, who was advised to stay on the side of the road so other motorists could pass.
Amaca A. Stevenson, of Upper Sandusky, was cited early the morning of May 20 for loud music from a motor vehicle and permitting curfew following a traffic stop in the 100 block of East Johnson Street. A Vanlue juvenile was advised a report would be sent to the juvenile prosecutor for a possible curfew charge.
A dog attack in the 300 block of South Seventh Street was reported the afternoon of May 20. A subject drove up and the dog got into the truck and left the area.