Several crashes were reported to the Fulton County Sheriff Department in recent weeks:
•Friday, May 13, 9:49 pm: Riley Taylor Schriner, 22, was driving a pickup and trailer and was backing into his residence at 5808 Co. Rd. 19. The trailer crossed the centerline of Co. Rd. 19. A car, driven by James P. Drees, 60, Toledo, was driving a car north on Co. Rd. 19 and struck the trailer. No injuries.
•Friday, May 13, 11:37 pm: A vehicle driven by Nicholas Oliver Nontell, 28, Archbold, was traveling east on Co. Rd. D, and hit a deer about seven-tenths of a mile west of Co. Rd. 17.
•Saturday, May 14, 10:34 am: A vehicle driven by Dariusz R. Konefal, 47, Streamwood, Ill., with passenger Anna Ewa Wojtak, 41, Chicago, Ill., was traveling south on Co. Rd. 24 and was stopped at the St. Rt. 2 intersection. Konefal drove into the intersection, where he collided with a westbound auto driven by Brian S. Snyder, 44, Toledo. Konefal was cited for a stop sign violation. No injuries.
•Thursday, June 2, 4:32 am: A car, driven by Jordan Alexis Salyers, 20, Wauseon, was traveling east on US20A and hit a deer about a tenth of a mile west of Co. Rd. 25-2.
•Sunday, June 5, 6:42 am: A car, driven by Priscilla Dominga Villarreal, 21, Fayette, was traveling north on St. Rt. 66, ran off the right side and struck a guardrail on the east side of the road about two-tenths of a mile north of Co. Rd. L. She spun, collided with the guardrail on the west side, and then hit the east side guardrail again before coming to rest. No injury.
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