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WILLIAMS & FULTON COUNTY AREA LOCAL POLICE, EMS &FIRE REPORTS

Melissa A. Garza-Vielma, Wauseon,


OH, Expired Registration Fine: $25.
Costs: $88. Marked Lanes Fine:
$25. Costs: $64.
Chad S. Phillips, West Unity, OH,
Tail Lights Waive Amount: $125.
Matthew R. Bingham, Wauseon,
OH, Assured Clear D Fine: $102.
Costs: $88.
Jeffrey A. Oestreich, Wauseon, OH,
Seatbelt Fine: $30. Costs: $51.
Amy L. Fisher, Wauseon, OH,
66/55 Speed Waive Amount: $125.
Cynthia M. Siller, Wauseon, OH,
72/55 Speed Fine: $47. Costs: $88.
David P. Tressler III, Wauseon, OH,
No Operators License for Over Six
Months Fine: $100.
Jessica L. Johnson, Wauseon, OH,
OVI/Under the Influence Fine:
$375.
Brittney M. Seiler, Wauseon, OH,
Failure to Control Waiver Amount:
$182.
Richard A. Anderson, Fayette, OH,
Seatbelt Waiver Amount: $73.
Zachariah D. Spadafore, Wauseon,
OH, 80/55 Speed Waiver Amount:
$182.
Rose Chapa, Wauseon, OH, No
Front Plate Fine: $37. Costs: $80.
Dustin J. Lucas, Wauseon, OH,
Stop Sign Fine: $37. Costs: $80.
Tre M. Henricks, Wauseon, OH,
Failure to Control Fine: $102.
Costs: $80.
Brian J. Crayton, Wauseon, OH,
Petty Theft - $250.
Ryan T. Gainor, Wauseon, OH,
Criminal Damage Fine: $250

Theft Jail: 10 days. Fine: $250.


Costs: $78.
Michael N. Walker, Wauseon, OH,
Domestic Violence Fine: $250.
Costs: $78.
Gregory J. Goldsmith, Wauseon,
OH, Disorderly Conduct Jail: 30
days. Fine: $75. Costs: $78.
Ricky B. Oldham Jr., Wauseon,
OH, Disorderly Conduct Fine: $500.
Costs: $78.
Dustin M. Zeigler, Wauseon, OH,
No Dog License Fine: $25. Costs:
$78. Confine Dog Fine: $25 Costs:
$54.
FULTON COUNTY
DISSOLUTIONS GRANTED
Rosa Printke, of Wauseon, OH, and
David Printke, of Wauseon, OH.
Marguerite A. Bacon, of Wauseon,
OH, and Omar Orellana, of Wauson,
OH.
FULTON COUNTY
DIVORCES GRANTED
Cristy Cavazos, of Fayette, OH, and
Jose Cavazos Jr.

FULTON COUNTY
SHERIFFS OFFICE
Sheriff Roy Miller reports that
Donald McLeod, age 49, of Archbold,
Ohio, was charged with one count of
Theft for allegedly stealing a Christmas Cheer container from a rural
Wauseon business. McLeod is currently incarcerated at CCNO. Various tips from the public came into
the Sheriffs Office which helped
to lead law enforcement officers to
FULTON COUNTY CRIMINAL
McLeod. The investigation continBenjamin C. Romero, Wauseon, ues with the possibility of additional
OH, Public Indecency Jail: 30 days. charges being filed.
Fine: $500. Costs: $78.
Justin R. Travis, Wauseon, OH,
FULTON COUNTY COMMON

PLEAS
A Wauseon man was sentenced on
December 16, 2014, in the Fulton
County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A.
Haselman. Felipe Garcia, Jr., 30, of
722 Fairway Dr., Apt. 102, previously plead guilty to Gross Sexual Imposition and Trespass in a Habitation
When a Person is Present or Likely
to be Present. On August 1, 2014,
during the early morning hours, he
forced sexual contact with a young
woman and later in that morning he
trespassed in the residence of a tenant at Fairway Drive, who was home
at the time. Judge James E. Barber
sentenced Mr. Garcia to prison for
17 months.
On December 15, 2014, the Fulton
County Grand Jury considered indictments charging individuals with
Fulton County crimes, according the
Fulton County Prosecuting Attorney
Scott A. Haselman.
Angela M. Spadafore, age 37, of
Wauseon, OH, was indicted on one
count of Theft in Office. On or about
the month of May 2013 to October
20, 2014, she allegedly stole cash
valued at $1,000 or more but less
than $7,500 from a school.
Esta L. Beltran, age 27, of Swanton, OH, was indicted on one count
of Felonious Assault and one count
of Domestic Violence. On or about
November 28, 2014, she allegedly
caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family or household
member by means of a deadly weapon.
Marcello Perez, age 44, of Fort
Worth, TX, was indicted on two
counts of Nonsupport of Dependents. On or about May 24, 2009
to May 22, 2010, he allegedly failed

to pay child support totaling $1,300.


Gregory A. Weber, age 50, of Toledo, OH, was indicted on one count
of Trafficking in Cocaine. On or
about December 6, 2014, he allegedly sold or offered to sell cocaine in
an amount equal to or greater than
27 grams but less than 100 grams.
FULTON COUNTY
CRIME STOPPERS
The Fulton County Crime Stopper
Program would like your help in solving the following crimes:
Authorities are investigating a
break-in at 3014 County Road E,
Swanton. On November 30, 2014, the
owner reported that an unattached
garage had been entered and appliances were stolen. Taken was an
Electrolux stainless steel electric
range, Serial #NF41826348, an Electrolux stainless steel french door refrigerator, serial #4A32614216, a
Frigidaire white top load washer, serial #4C24106824, Frigidaire white
gas dryer, serial #4D24005199; a
Frigidaire black dishwasher, serial
#TH43172126, a Frigidaire stainless
steel microwave, serial #9G43000951
and a Broan Kitchen stove hood vent,
model #273003. Also taken were a circular saw, sawzall and a drill. Total
value of the missing items is $7,769.
If you have any information concerning these crimes that could lead
to the arrest and incarceration of
the person(s) involved, please contact the Fulton County Crime Stopper Hotline. Anyone with information about these or any other felony
will be eligible for a reward of up to
$1,000 cash. Call is confidential and
anonymous. The number to call day
or night is 1-800-255-1122, toll free.

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Legals
LEGAL - On December 16, 2014, the Council of the Vil-

lage of Pioneer, Ohio passed the following legislation:


Ordinance No. 18-2014: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2014 AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY. This Ordinance allows the Village to reallocate the existing line item balances in the General Fund
during the fiscal year 2014 for municipal purposes and
declares an emergency. All provisions of this Ordinance
go into full force and effect immediately.
Ordinance No. 19-2014: AN ORDINANCE REQUESTING PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2015 AND
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. The purpose of this Ordinance is to establish permanent appropriations for the
Village of Pioneer for the year 2015. All provisions of this
Ordinance go into full force and effect immediately.
The complete text of the above legislation can be obtained or viewed at the office of the Village Fiscal Officer, at 409 South State Street, Pioneer, Ohio 43554. This
summary was prepared or reviewed and approved by
Thomas A. Thompson, Village Solicitor for the Village of
Pioneer, Ohio.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24TH, 2014