Upper Sandusky Police Department
Officers performed a welfare check in the 1000 block of Halbedel Drive on the early morning of April 11 after home health aide was unable to get a response. The subject had gone to Wyandot Memorial Hospital and was taken by Life Flight regarding stomach issues.
Vandalism at Union School was reported on the afternoon of April 11 as the playground and track area consisted mostly of an unknown liquid thrown on a building as well as cans and bottles.
Large stones in the area of West Hicks Street near South Sandusky Avenue were reported on the evening of April 11. An officer arrived and swept the stones to the side of the road.
M-Tek reported on the evening of April 11 that two Carey area residents, who had outstanding warrants, were working there.
Wyandot County Sheriff’s Officer
Deputies responded to an alarm in the 7000 block of CH 182 near Upper Sandusky on the early morning of April 13. Upon arrival, all was found to be OK.
Telephone harassment was reported by a Carey resident in the 11000 block of CH 29 on the morning of April 13. The complainant reported unwanted text messages and possible charges could follow against the suspect.