2018-04-18

Archbold Police Log



April 6 8:48 am: Vehicle unlock, Colony Meadows. 9:32 am: Larceny, Circle K. 3:02 pm: Removed trash cans from roadway, 100 block Eicher St. 7:13 pm: Verbal warning, parking in roadway, 100 block Depot St. 7:43 pm: Assist fire-rescue, Fairlawn Haven. 8:23 pm: Assisted subject with lights on vehicle, 300 block W. Lutz Rd. 10:53 pm: Citation to Anthony Gonzalez, […]

Archbold Track Teams In Tri-Meet With Delta, Liberty Center



Archbold traveled to Delta for a track and field meet with the Panthers and Liberty Center, Tuesday, April 10. Boys 4×800-meter hurdles: 1. Liberty Center 8 minutes, 40 seconds; 2. Archbold B 9:24; 3. Archbold A 9:30. 110-meter hurdles: 1. Deven Girdham 16.0 seconds; 2. Clay Gerig 16.2; 4. Kalieb Hanicq 18.7. 100-meter dash: 1. LJ Tijerina 11.8; 3. Sam […]

The Traveling Dress



Elizabeth Beck and Josh Graber, juniors, pass before the crowd at the PHS Prom Walk-In, Saturday, April 14. Four Beck sisters have worn the teal dress: Hannah and Sarah wore it as prom queens. Rachel wore it to her prom. This year, it was Elizabeth’s turn.– photo by David Pugh

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Deborah Micham, Delta, plaintiff vs Kevin Micham, Delta, defendant. Divorce. Emily Bontrager, Delta, and Mark Bontrager, Swanton, petitioners. Dissolution. Christina Adkins, Defiance, plaintiff, vs Kathryn Sallows, Wauseon, defendant. Other civil. AWT Hospitality, LLC, Wauseon, plaintiff vs Dexter Armstrong, Baltimore, defendant. Other civil. Ren Ackerman, Jr., Archbold and Sarah Ackerman, Archbold, petitioners. Dissolution. Belinda Prayter, Wauseon and James […]

Baseball Season One Week Longer Beginning In 2019



The Ohio high school baseball season will be extended one week, beginning in 2019. The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors voted 7-2 to approve that proposal from the baseball coaches association at its meeting, Thursday, April 12. The number of regularseason games permitted (27) will not be affected, but the regular season will be one week longer. […]

Worley Sentenced To Death



James Worley, 58, rural Delta, has been sentenced to death for the murder of Sierah Joughin in July 2016. During the Wednesday, April 18 sentencing hearing, Worley himself spoke for about 45 minutes prior to Jeffrey Robinson, Fulton County Common Pleas Court judge passed sentence. During that statement, Worley essentially went over the case point by point, disputing the proscecution’s […]

Verbal Altercation Goes To County Prosecutors



A verbal altercation between juveniles, and report of threats related to the incident, have been forwarded to Fulton County prosecutors. On Sunday, April 8, a 16- year-old Archbold girl contacted Archbold police about the verbal altercation. The victim told officers there was an ongoing problem that included threats by a telecommunications device. The officer investigating the case asked both parties […]

Pettisville Boys Basketball Awards



Postseason awards were recently handed out to Pettisville High School boys basketball team members. Front row, from left: Josh Graber, scholar athlete; Landon Roth, scholar athlete; Justin Rupp, Buckeye Border Conference honorable mention, District 7 honorable mention, scholar athlete; Dillon King, co-best defensive player, Second Team All-BBC, District 7 honorable mention, scholar athlete; Canidate Vickery, co-best defensive player, BBC honorable […]

2018-04-18 E-Edition

Possible Scam Reported



Archbold police received a report that two Archbold residents gave more than $2,000 to a subject claiming to be an assistant to an Internal Revenue Service agent. Thomas Clark, 48, and Francis Flick, 47, Archbold, said they made multiple wire transfers of money to an overseas address. The total amount was $2,250.99. The transfers took place between March 20 and […]