2010-07-21

Crime Stopper



Fulton County Crime Stopper needs help to solve a theft from a semi that occurred in Lyons, Friday, June 11. The passenger-side vent window was smashed to access the cab. Taken were a satellite radio, global positioning unit, cash, clothes, and food. Loss: $3,009. Informants call 1-800-255- 1122 in confidence. Cash rewards of up to $1,000.

Honor Students



Several area students were named to the honor roll for the 2010 spring quarter at Ohio State University: Alexander Dominique, Joshua Grieser, Kristin Hayes, Bethany Lehman, Jacquelyn Seaman, Ethan Short, Joslyn Tijerina, Archbold; Storm Humbert, Fayette; Students must earn at least a 3.5 gpa to qualify. Seaman and Tijerina earned 4.0 gpas. —— Jayson Lindsay and Elise Manahan, Archbold, were […]

8-Under Baseball Team Wins Tourney



Western Dist. Court News



(Note: In the list of speeding offenses, the first number is illegal speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, court costs.) Traffic Phyllis A. Conran, Perrysburg, speeding, 65-55, US20, $37, $80. Shawn D. Davis, rural Archbold, speeding, 69-55, US20, $77, $80. Lamar J. Eby, Archbold, seat belt, St. Rt. 2, $30, $43. James […]

Earn Degrees



Two Archbold residents recently graduated from the University of Cincinnati. Elise Manahan earned a Bachelor of Arts from the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences. Ashley Wyse graduated with a Master of Arts degree from the College of Allied Health Services. —— Several area students received degrees at spring quarter commencement exercises, Sunday, June 13, at Ohio State University: Ryan […]

Library Buys New Microfilm Reader



The Archbold Community Library Board voted to purchase a new $8,000 microfi lm reader at its meeting, Thursday, July 15. The board voted 3-1 to purchase the new machine. Jed Grisez voted against; Judi Rupp, Diane Tinsman, and Sandy Wyse voted in favor. Board members John Bamonte, Helen Row, and Corinna Miller were absent. The board needs a replacement because […]

Burglar Hits Nine Vehicles



Thieves went through nine parked vehicles, coming away with over $400 in property during the late night hours of Tuesday, July 13, or the morning hours of Wednesday, July 14. In one case, a thief was apparently scared off after Barb Alexander, 901 Walnut Street, spotted a subject with a flashlight between her family’s autos between 1:30 and 2:30 am, […]

Archbold Police Log



July 11 9:24 pm: Traffic stop, verbal warning for improper lane use, citation issued to Thomas R. Tressler, 38, Defi ance, for no seat belt, 100 block Depot St. 10:15 pm: Eggs thrown at vehicle, East Gardens, made nine-year-old wash egg off vehicle, with victim’s approval. July 12 8:13 am: Breaking-entering, 120 Garden Dr. 5 pm: Vandalism, 42 Willow Way. […]

Woman Reports Theft From Duplex



Richelle Zimmerman, Archbold, told Archbold police several items, including a desktop computer, were stolen from a rented duplex she was moving out of Sunday, July 11. Zimmerman filed a police report Monday, July 12. She said she had received a call stating the duplex on Garden Drive had been broken into. Upon checking, she found clothes, desktop computer, and the […]

Vandals Strike Auto, Newly-Seeded Lawn



Vandals apparently attacked the lawn of Dean Nafziger, 42 Willow Way, during the week of July 5- 12. Nafziger told police offi- cers on Monday, July 12, as he was mowing his lawn he observed two large patches of brown, dead grass. The lawn had been seeded earlier in the year and the soil kept moist, so the dead grass […]


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