2014-08-13

Archbold Police Log



Aug. 1 9:03 am: Unruly juvenile, 200 block W. Beech St., spoke with youth. 10:06 am: Possible abandoned vehicle, McDonald’s, owner will move vehicle. 3:32 pm: Harassment, 205 S. Lincoln St. 6:54 pm: Issued two bicycle safety awards, 700 block Walnut St. 10:25 pm: Outdoor fire complaint, 600 block S. Pleasant St. advised against open burning. 10:42 pm: Loud music, […]

Hubby Signs Letter Of Intent



Emily Hubby, a 2014 Pettisville High School graduate, signs a letter of intent to play volleyball at the Huntington (Ind.) University. Seated with Hubby is Amy Settle, HU coach. Standing are her parents, Lora and Doug.– courtesy photo

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Discover Bank, New Albany, plaintiff vs Brandy Crozier, Swanton, defendant. Other civil. Tamara Kuney, Napoleon, plaintiff vs Brian Kuney, Wauseon, defendant. Divorce. U.S. Bank National Association, West Palm Beach, Fla., plaintiff vs Thomas Davis, Archbold, defendant. Foreclosure. Annette Delaney, Wauseon, plaintiff vs Jason Delaney, Delta, defendant. Divorce. Tyson Bowerman and Angela Bowerman, Wauseon, petitioners. Dissolution. Marriage Licenses […]

PHS Golf Returns Two



Ed Bracken, Pettisville golf coach, welcomes back a pair of junior letterwinners, Evan King and Matt Krill, to this year’s squad. King earned Second Team All-Buckeye Border Conference honors last year. “Bringing back two letterwinners with varsity experience is one of our strengths,” said Bracken. Bracken lost a pair of multi-season letterwinners from a squad that finished 2-13 and 1-4 […]

Liechty Charged



Joshua Liechty, 33, rural Fayette, was charged with a crime he allegedly committed while he was being held at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio waiting for trial on other charges. The Archbold police report notes an officer checked on the phone calls Liechty made while at CCNO. The officer wrote in his report, “I observed that the inmate (Liechty) […]

PHS Soccer Returns Six



Richard Nyce, Pettisville boys soccer coach, has spent 15 years at the helm of the Blackbirds and looks to the return of “key letterwinners” to lead his squad to a successful season. The Birds finished 5-13 last year. Nyce has compiled a 100-117-14 overall mark. The Birds are senior-laden this season. Returning are Eli King, defense; Jakob Waidelich and Matt […]

Harassment Reports



Two reports of harassment were recently filed with Archbold police. Neither resulted in an arrest. Olivia Renee Sommer, 18, Archbold, told police on Sunday, Aug. 3, she and another person were doing yard work at a home in the 500 block of South Street. A third person, the suspect in the case, began taking pictures of them and their vehicle. […]

Special Olympians Compete in Tourney



Four Fulton County Special Olympians competed in the Area 4 Golf Tournament at Napoleon, Saturday, Aug. 2. Competing individually were Chad Kutzli, Wauseon, who received a bronze medal in his division, and Nathan Schaefer, Archbold, who received a silver medal in his division. Competing in the Unified division were Nicholas Denn, Archbold, and his partner Rick Schantz, Archbold, who received […]

Phone Scammers Attack Archbold



Archbold-area residents have been the targets of telephone scammers. Reports began coming in Monday morning, Aug. 11, saying people had been receiving automated phone calls telling them their credit or debit cards issued by Farmers & Merchants State Bank had been “blocked” or “locked.” To reactivate the cards, the automated voice asks the person receiving the call to enter their […]

Louis Arthur “Lou” Bosco



Louis Arthur “Lou” Bosco, loving husband, father, brother, uncle, grandfather, greatgrandfather, died Aug. 2, 2014 at the Bay Bluffs Medical Care Facility in Harbor Springs, Mich. Lou was born on March 6, 1935, in Elgin, Ill., the son of Louis and Louise (Becker) Bosco. He attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Northern Illinois University; and San Jose State University. […]


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