Upper Sandusky Police Department
A debit card in the 400 block of North Seventh Street was reported lost or stolen from an ATM on the afternoon of April 28. The card was left after the complainant used it, but was gone after returning to look for it.
An officer was dispatched to Walmart the afternoon of April 28 regarding a vehicle alarm going off and its operator being unable to shut it off. The officer shut off the horn.
Fraud in the 400 block of South Seventh Street was reported on the evening of April 28. The subject offered more money for a car being sold and wanted the difference of money to be sent to a third party. The complainant was advised it was a scam.
Shawn R. Reynolds, of Fostoria, was issued a citation for speed on the evening of April 28 while on South Warpole Street.
Gun shots were reported in the wooded area of the 200 block of Nantucket Drive on the evening of April 28. An officer responded, learned the shots were coming from out of town and contacted the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, who reported the shots coming from a private shooting range.
Devin M. Kelly, of Upper Sandusky, was cited for defective muffler following a traffic stop on North Sandusky Avenue on the evening of April 28.
A civil matter regarding the legitimacy of a company was reported on the night of April 28 by a resident in the 400 block of South Hazel Street. The complainant’s car was to be repossessed and the company was verified and control was given to the subjects.
Jason Z. Chapman, of Upper Sandusky, was picked up at Marion Multi-County Jail on the morning of April 29 on a bench warrant out of Upper Sandusky Municipal Court. He was transported to the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office jail for holding.
An customer at Walmart was reportedly irate with an employee on the morning of April 29. Upon contact, the subject left the store without further problems.
A 911 call of a fire from the Inn at Westbrook was received on the morning of April 29. The complainant was known to suffer from dementia and there was no fire upon arrival.
Brenda K. Arbogast, of Upper Sandusky, struck a vehicle owned by Patricia A. Vogel, of Upper Sandusky, while at Drug Mart on the afternoon of April 29.
A Domino’s Pizza employee contacted the department on the afternoon of April 29 after his key would not let him in. The officers advised the lock did not appear to be tampered with and was possibly worn out.
Robert L. Greene, of Upper Sandusky, was cited for speed on the evening of April 29 while on South Warpole Street.
A missing dog from the 700 block of Mission Drive was reported on the evening of April 29. A possible suspect was named, but nothing was found upon an officer’s search.
A noise complaint in the 800 block of Marseilles Avenue was reported on the evening of April 29. Contact was made with the residents, who were advised of the complaint.
Two subjects in the courthouse were reported to be clogging the bathroom with toilet paper on the morning of April 30. Contact was made and the duo was advised they were not welcome in the courthouse without permission and valid reason.
Breaking and entering in the 900 block of Winding Hollow was reported on the morning of April 30. After putting a dog in a pantry and leaving, the complainant reported returning soon after with the dog not in the pantry while the door was still closed. Contact was made with neighbors, who did not report seeing anyone.
A 911 call from a resident at the Inn at Westbrook was received on the morning of April 30. The complainant reported vehicles forcing him off the roadway while he was in his wheelchair.
Three juveniles at Upper Sandusky High School were reported on the morning of April 30 to be taking drinks from an alcoholic bottle in the bathroom. The bottle had odor of vodka and the boys admitted to it. The item was photographed and disposed of.
Jeremy E. Butler, of Upper Sandusky, was cited for driving under an OVI suspension following a traffic stop at the intersection of Fifth Street and Wyandot Avenue on the morning of April 30.
Unauthorized use of a work vehicle by an employee from the 900 block of Edgewood Drive was reported on the afternoon of April 30. The employee has warrants out by the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office and from Hamilton County and North Carolina. The vehicle was found in an area not said by the employee. Charges were sent to prosecutor for review.