Public Record

• Floyd A. Baker III, 37, 5473 N. TR 63 Lot 406, was arrested on a warrant out of Wood County Sheriff’s Office.
• Derrick V. Harris, 42, 620 Lexington Ave., was arrested. No further information available.
• Amber Michelle Wonder was arrested for assault. No further information available.
• Staci Lynn Hoover, 47, 461 W. Lytle St. Lot 172, was arrested for operating a vehicle while under the influence.
• Officer issued a citation for no operator’s license following a traffic stop at an East Lytle Street location.
• Officers issued a citation for two headlights required and seized numerous paraphernalia following a traffic stop at West Lytle and Findlay streets. Officers advised paraphernalia would be destroyed.
• Complainant reported while she was shopping at a West High Street location, her purse was stolen.
• Subject came on station and brought a debit card he said he found at a Perry Street location. Dispatcher advised a message was left for the owner.
• A Sandusky Street caller reported a subject was at the location; advised the subject had shoplifted from there before. Officer advised the subject could be seen on video pocketing candy.
• Caller requested to speak to an officer regarding her aunt’s wife who just took off with her phone.
• Complainant requested an officer to a West High Street location in reference to someone slashing her tires. Officer advised right side passenger side tires were slashed; advise complainant of options and extra patrol.
• Complainant reported someone egged his semi-trailer near Stadium Drive and North Town Street. Officer advised two juveniles egged the truck; pictures were taken; camera footage will be reviewed.
• Wood County Sheriff’s Office advised of a possible intoxicated driver northbound on North Countyline Street. Officer advised subject wasn’t intoxicated, was just a bad driver; was driving to his residence but going slowly.
• Hancock County Sheriff’s Office advised of a possible intoxicated driver eastbound on Findlay Street. Officer unable to locate.
• An East Crocker Street caller reported his neighbor was blaring his car stereo and refused to turn it down. Officer advised the vehicle was unoccupied. Complainant then came on station and reported the subject turned on the music again. Officer advised vehicle was unoccupied again but he would attempt to make contact; advised subject reported the complainant threw his car stereo into the road. Officer advised it was a civil issue; also advised of the city ordinance of sound amplification.
• Complainant reported a Maple Street residence is vacant but the front door was wide open. Officer checked residence, advised nothing appeared taken; advised message was left for property management company.
• Wood County Sheriff’s Officer transferred a call regarding a fight in the street at a North Main Street location. Officer advised fight was broken up on arrival; no one was cooperating; windows were down, music is blaring, keys in ignition; advised keys were taken and owner could get them on station.
• Complainant reported they found a dog at a North Countyline Street location. Officer advised the complainant was the owner but didn’t want the dog; advised someone that will take it was located.
• Complainant came on station and requested to speak to an officer regarding a subject who drives all over without an operator’s license and insurance. Officer advised complainant, who refused to identify themselves, of options.
• Complainant reported a subject left her two young children in the car unattended while she went into the store; advised the driver is traveling northbound on Main Street; refused to identify themselves.
• Caller reported an elderly male in the middle of the street at Thomas and North Union streets. Officer advised family was contacted and came to take care of him.
• Caller reported a sewer lid off at South Union and West Fourth streets. Officer advised all covers were secured.
• Caller reported a dog running loose in the Cory and West Jackson streets area. Officer advised dog was placed in kennel.
• Complainant reported he was receiving threatening text messages from a juvenile. Officer advised parents will handle the situation.
• A Columbus Avenue caller reported someone possibly shooting paintballs. Officer unable to locate.
• Caller reported a male subject was kicking a vehicle at Woodland Avenue and South Main Street; advised they don’t know whether or not he hit the female driver. Officer advised of a recent breakup between subjects who share a child; advised parties to stay away from each other.
• Caller requested to speak with an officer regarding her child’s father being parked near the bus stop when the child was dropped off by the bus. Complainant on file.
• Caller reported her juvenile son was being bullied over the Internet.
• Complainant reported an unruly juvenile at a West Crocker Street location. Officer advised juvenile calmed down.
• State Highway Patrol requested assistance locating a subject who fled from South Grant and West Tiffin streets on foot.
• Complainant reported a vehicle behind a North Countyline Street location trying to buy crack. Officer advised the vehicle was unoccupied.
fire runs
• EMS was requested to the 700 block of Spruce Street for a female who’s feet were swelling at 1:08 p.m.
• EMS responded to the 400 block of West Lytle Street at 2:53 a.m. for an elderly female who fell.
• EMS was requested at 9:28 a.m. for an elderly female who felt weak and dizzy in the 700 block of Columbus Drive.
• At 1:27 p.m., EMS responded to the 500 block of Stearns Road for a female who fell and hurt her knee.
• Fostoria Fire Division responded to Columbus Avenue and Lewis Street for a strong odor of natural gas at 6:36 p.m.
• EMS responded at 7:33 p.m. for an ill subject in the 200 block of East Crocker Street.
• Squad was requested to the 500 block of Miller Avenue for a male who had fallen at 5:43 p.m.
Seneca County
• Deputy advised he was assisting Fostoria Police Department at West Ohio 18 and North Township Road 59 for a single-vehicle crash involving a road sign.
• Deputy issued a citation for a stop sign violation following a traffic stop at an East Ohio 18 location.
• Complainant came on station and reported someone in California used his social security number to file a tax return.
• Complainant came on station to report the theft of his vehicle from a West Ohio 18 location.
• A West Township Road 112 caller reported a deputy was supposed to go to her rental property in reference to people invading her house. Deputies advised caller of findings and that it was a civil issue. Complainant called back and reported her tenants shut the power off to her cabin behind the residence; advised the breaker is in the garage and she cannot enter because it is part of the rental. Renter then called and advised the complainant was yelling and screaming and pounding on the door; advised he did shut the power off, that the bill was in his name and can prove it.
• Caller reported shed or some sort of building was on fire at a North Ohio 18 location.
• Caller reported an injured deer on the roadway at an East Ohio 18 location.
• Complainant came on station and reported he was threatened and wants to press charges. The subject in question reported the complainant threatened him.
• A West Township Road 112 caller reported two suspicious vehicles in the driveway; advised they are leaving for work and requested a callback. Deputy advised the vehicles have been here for a year and a half; advised it is a civil matter.
• Caller reported he came across a vehicle with an unresponsive male inside at an East Ohio 18 location. Deputy advised son has someone enroute for the truck.



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