Upper Sandusky Police Department
Bryan E. Harris, of Canton, was cited for parking where signs prohibit on the evening of April 21 in the East Wyandot Avenue near Speedway.
Faith J. Marshall, of Lakeview, was cited for failure to wear a seatbelt (driver) resulting from a traffic stop on the evening of April 21, while on North Sandusky Avenue near the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. She also was given a verbal warning for a defective muffler.
Brittanie J. Sisson, of Upper Sandusky, was cited on the evening of April 21 for loud music from a motor vehicle under a random non-compliance suspension following a traffic stop in the 200 block of North Sandusky Avenue. She also was given a verbal warning for fictitious plates and/or failing to transfer title.
Timothy A. Giles, of Harpster, was arrested on the evening of April 21 for petty theft, criminal damaging and falsification resulting from an incident at Walmart.
Kari E. Leeth, of Bellfontaine, was arrested on the night of April 21 in McCutchenville by the Tiffin Police Department on a warrant issued from the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court for failure to comply with court orders for failure to appear for arraignment on the original charges of driving under suspension and improper display of license plates.
A noise complaint in the 200 block of South Seventh Street was reported on the early morning of April 22. No unusual noise was heard.
A suspicious person at Walmart was reported on the early morning of April 22 after she left the business. Contact was made with the subject and nothing was located in the vehicle.
Duane P. Harris Jr., of Monroe, Mich., was arrested for OVI on U.S. northbound north of the rest stop on the early morning of April 22. A K-9 sniff was performed and marijuana remnants and stems were located.
Matthew R. Fitzpatrick, of Fostoria, was arrested at Pilot on the early morning of April 22, with assistance from the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, for obstructing official business, resisting arrest, criminal trespassing and possession of marijuana following a call from Pilot in regards to a man acting strangely and disturbing customers.
Someone trying to gain entry to a garage in the 200 block of Ash Drive was reported on the morning of April 22. Details and evidence were observed and photos were taken.