Upper Sandusky Police Department
A resident in the 600 block of South Sandusky Avenue reported on the afternoon of April 30 that a 9-year-old juvenile had thrown something at her car. Contact was made with the suspect, who denied throwing anything and began crying.
A phone was found in the 100 block of South Sandusky Avenue on the evening of April 30. It was returned to its owner.
Joshua D. Fletchtner, of Findlay, was cited for driving under suspension on the evening of April 30 while in the 400 block of North Fifth Street. He also was issued a verbal warning for stop sign.
While on patrol, three juveniles were observed walking along the east side of the road and in the northbound lane of travel in the 700 block of North Sandusky Avenue on the evening of April 30. The three were observed walking where no crosswalk is. Contact was made and they were warned.
Dustin M. Bosley, of Upper Sandusky, was cited on the evening of April 30 for FRA suspension and tinted windows following a traffic stop on North Sandusky Avenue near the fairgrounds.
Justin R. Hawk, of Upper Sandusky, was cited on the evening of April 30 for no seatbelt following a traffic stop in the 200 block of North Sandusky Avenue. He also was warned for improper turn.
An unruly 17-year-old juvenile in the 100 block of Sycamore Street was reported on the evening of April 30. The juvenile was being unruly by not coming home. Contact was made with the juvenile, who did return, but a report was sent to Children Services and the juvenile prosecutor for review on possible charges.
Harassment in the 400 block of North Third Street was reported on the evening of April 30. An ex-wife caused a disturbance at her ex-husband and current wife’s home. Contact was made with both parties.
Three individuals in the 500 block of Gamber Street were reported to be fighting in the street on the night of April 30. Contact was made with residents in the area, but no subjects were located.
A 17-year-old unruly juvenile in the 600 block of North Warpole Street was reported on the night of April 30. The juvenile was out past her probation curfew. A report was sent to the probation officer and to the juvenile prosecutor for possible charges.
Merrill H. Curtis, of Elkton, Md., was arrested at Pilot on the early morning of May 1 on a warrant out of Ashland County. The incident began by him parking a rental truck in two handicap spaces.
Six light poles at Water Works Park were reported to be damaged on the morning of May 1 after they were covered by water.
An abandoned 911 call was received from a residence in the 400 block of North Drive on the morning of May 1. Contact was made with homeowner, who said there were troubles with his phone lines.
A Columbus resident reported on the morning of May 1 that he believed and Upper Sandusky resident had hacked into his computer system and had been submitting applications and other correspondence in his name.
A suspicious vehicle in 500 block of Raybestos Drive was reported on the afternoon of May 1. A truck was reportedly driving slow past a business.
Erin N. Layne, of Marion, was arrested on the afternoon of May 1 and taken to Wyandot County Jail in regards to theft at the Marion Walmart.
Shannon D. Gary, of Upper Sandusky, was cited on the afternoon of May 1 for speed at the intersection of East Wyandot Avenue and Third Street.
Officers were requested on the evening of May 1 to make contact with a Bridgestone employee whose daughter was involved in an accident.
Jesus Vargus-Manjuarrez, of Upper Sandusky, was stopped on the evening of May 1 for no operator’s license while in the 300 block of West Wyandot Avenue. He had been stopped for the same violation April 25 and pled guilty.
A Subway employee reported on the afternoon of May 2 that a small child was left in the parking lot without adult supervision. The mother was advised a report would be sent to Children Services for review.
Juveniles in the 500 block of East Bigelow Street were reported to be littering on the evening of May 1 after a resident witnessed a cup being thrown out a vehicle. Contact was made with juveniles, who apologized and said they did not do it on purpose.