Upper Sandusky Police Department
Trespassing at Union School was reported on the evening of April 15. A subject was on the property with a metal detector and was asked to leave.
Charles L. Molnar, of Upper Sandusky, was issued a written warning for expired plates on the early morning of April 17 resulting from a traffic stop in the area of Guthrie and Eighth streets.
A 911 hangup was received from Wyandot Memorial Hospital on the morning of April 17. No cause was found.
Fraud was reported by Rite-Aid on the morning of April 17 regarding fake prescriptions. The doctor had not issued the prescription and another pharmacy had reported the same. The subject never came back to claim the prescriptions.
A wallet was reported missing on the morning of April 17 by a Forest resident. The complainant later advised the subject found the item.
Sierra B. Miller, of Upper Sandusky, was involved in a non-injury accident on the afternoon of April 17, while in the 400 block of South Seventh Street.
A cat in an abandoned house in the 5000 block of Brookview Lane was reported on the evening of April 17. Officers were unable to gain entry to the abandoned home.
Gene A. Binau, of Upper Sandusky, was cited for speed (50/35) and given a verbal warning for plates on the evening of April 17 resulting from a traffic stop in the area of Duck Pond Road and East Wyandot Avenue. The plates on the vehicle Binau was driving were not registered to the vehicle.
A possible intoxicated driver traveling southbound on Ohio 53 was reported on the evening of April 17 and was stopped on East Wyandot Avenue near Seventh Street. It was determined the driver was tired and unfit to drive. A relative picked up the subject.
Hiroaki Komoda, of Upper Sandusky, was cited on the night of April 17 for failure to stop at a stop sign.
Shane Adkins, of Upper Sandusky, was charged with theft and criminal damaging resulting from a shoplifting incident at Walmart on the night of April 17. Adkins was already on probation in Bucyrus for violating a protection order in February.
Emergency medical services responded to a residence in the 400 block of Shaffer Drive on the morning of April 18. EMS assisted and transported the subject to Wyandot Memorial Hospital.
A civil dispute was reported by a resident in the 300 block of West Spring Street on the afternoon of April 18.
Telephone harassment was reported on the afternoon of April 18 by a Jenera resident regarding a bot number prize line.
Neighbor issues were reported on the afternoon of April 18 by a resident in the 400 block of South Seventh Street. Contractors were at a neighbor’s residence and safety issues were reported by the complainant.
Property line issues were reported on the afternoon of April 18 by a resident in the 300 block of Henderson Drive. It was reported that a neighbor was driving in and out of a shared drive and the subject was contacted.