April 2, 2008 RSS feed / Public Record

Archbold Police Log

March 23 No reports. March 24 12:35 pm: Report of subject yelling obscenities at children, 400 block High Street; spoke to subject, advised against practice. More...

Public Meetings

Park Board Archbold Village Park Board, Tuesday, April 8, 7 p.m., council chambers, Archbold Municipal Building, 300 N. Defiance St. More...

Woman Escapes Fire By Jumping From Second Floor Of Burning House

Melissa Molina, 28, Wauseon, was discharged from the St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center Sunday, March 30, after she was injured jumping from the second floor window to escape a house fire. More...

Vehicle Thefts Occur On Union St. And Douglas Dr.

Two persons told Archbold police items were taken from their cars Thursday, March 27. More...

Man Not Charged Yet After Stealing Three Road Signs

Martin Schmidt, Archbold Police chief, said, the theft of a high water sign, stop sign, and Fulton County Soil & Water Conservation windbreak sign remains under investigation. A 19-year-old Archbold man admitted to stealing the signs. More...

Fulton County Court News

Common Pleas Court Heather Baumgartner, Metamora, and James Baumgartner, Metamora, petitioners. Dissolution. Gladys Gonzales, Wauseon, and Erwin Gonzalez, Wauseon, petitioners. Dissolution, Jan Stevens, Archbold, plaintiff, vs. More...

Western Dist. Court News

( Note: In the listing of speeding offenses, the first number is the illegal speed, the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine, second, costs.) Traffic Leisa N. Canales, Wauseon, clear distance ahead, St. Rt. More...

Barn Fire Undetermined

Andy Brodbeck, Archbold Fire Department chief, said the cause of a Sunday morning, Feb. 17 barn fire will be listed as undetermined. Firefighters were called to a barn owned by Phillip Stuckey, on Co. Rd. 25-2 after midnight. More...

Gohram-Fayette Teacher Indicted On Sex Crime

Tabatha Fidler, 37, a health and physical education teacher at Gorham-Fayette High School, has been indicted by a Williams County Grand Jury for allegedly engaging in sexual conduct with a student. Thomas A. More...