Archbold, OH

Western Dist. Court News

(Note: In the list of traffic offenses, the first number is illegal speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.)

David S. Shaffer, Toledo, no plates, W. Main St., Fayette, $37, $88.

Gerri R. Ester, Wauseon, speeding, 67-55, St. Rt. 66, $37, $88.

Melissa J. Rupp, rural Stryker, speeding, 68-55, St. Rt. 108, $37, $88.

Charles C. Fink III, rural Wauseon, failed to maintain assured clear distance ahead, N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon, $102, $88.

Martin J. Slovak, Toledo, speeding, 70-55, US20, $47, $88.

Rodney W. Kuntz, rural Delta, failed to yield from private drive, Co. Rd. 14, $102, $88.

Patricia Cantu, Archbold, failed to register dog, $25, $78; second count, failed to register dog, $25, $54; third count, failed to register dog, $25, $54.

Joshua Allen Gurzynski, rural Wauseon, seat belt, St. Rt. 108, $30, $51.

Jesus C. Meraz Campos, Wauseon, no license, US20, $150, $93, 30 hours community service; charge of speeding dismissed.

Taylor T. Curry, Fayette, no license,

St. Rt. 66, $200, $64, 50 hours community service; speeding, 81-55, $150, $64; charge of expired license plates dismissed.

Tyler Craig Wyse, Blissfield, Mich., speeding, 55-35, Ottokee St., Wauseon, $37, $88.

Shawn Leininger, rural Swanton, driving while license suspended, N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon, $75, $88.

Virgil R. Gibson, rural Delta, driving while license suspended, US20A at St. Rt. 108, $200, $118, 30 hours community service; failure to yield to through traffic, $75, $64; charge of leaving the scene of an accident dismissed.

Joseph W. Heinemann, Toledo, driving while license suspended, US20A, $150, $88; speeding, 66- 55, $47, $64; second count, driving while license suspended and driving left of center dismissed.

Fulton County Health Center, plaintiff, vs. Jolene M. Crabtree, Toledo, defendant, judgment for the plaintiff, $12,921.90.

Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Archbold, plaintiff, vs. Fred S. Sharp, rural Wauseon, judgment for the plaintiff, $2,282.33.

(Note: During this session, Western District Court dealt with three offenses on the Ohio Turnpike, two speeding.)

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