Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office
Zachary B. Stumpf, of Sycamore, was involved in a non-injury accident in the 300 block of North Kilborn Street in Sycamore on the afternoon of April 18. He backed his vehicle into a rock.
A civil dispute in the 400 block of Ohio 53 in McCutchenville was reported on the evening of April 18. A boyfriend, who led before deputies arrived, had pushed his girlfriend while she was holding a 6-month-old child. The complainant was advised to call back if the suspect returned.
A welfare check in the 18000 block of TH 138 near Carey was performed on the early morning of April 19. The subject said a Facebook comment upset her and she was going to de-friend both girls.
A suspicious vehicle in Marseilles was reported on the early morning of April 19 after it was seen driving around slowly. Upon arrival, the vehicle was unable to be found.
A domestic disturbance in the 100 block of North Main Street in Nevada was reported involving fighting on the evening of April 21. Contact was made with the subjects.
A strong odor and visible cigarette smoke was observed at Hillzy’s Tavern near Carey on the early morning of April 22. The tavern’s owner was advised of over the influence arrests earlier in the night of patrons from the residence.
A Fostoria resident was transported to Toledo Rescue on the afternoon of April 22.
A person trying to flag down cars was near Smithville Church on Ohio 67 north of Upper Sandusky was reported on the night of April 22. The subject’s vehicle was disabled after running out of gas, but he was able to call for another ride.
Trash on CH 47 and Ohio 231 near Nevada, including a credit card, was reported on the morning of April 19. The credit card’s address was found to be fake.
A domestic dispute in the 100 block of North Main Street in Nevada was reported on the evening of April 19. A female left with her 1-year-old child, while the male remained at the residence.
Theft from a vehicle in the 17000 block of CH 53 near Forest was reported on the morning of April 20. A list of stolen items was given.
Theft from a vehicle in the 9000 block of TH 124 near Upper Sandusky was reported on the morning of April 20. A list of stolen items was given. Some of the items were located in a nearby ditch.