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BG POLICE: 10-19-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 19 October 2013 07:53
BG POLICE
Oct. 2 citations:
Driving under suspension: Charles Hopkins, BG; Taylor Tolles, BG.
Expired registration, driving under suspension (two counts): Brian Biles Jr., BG.
Operating a vehicle while under the influence, prohibited alcohol (BAC 0.190), headlights required: Samia Mansour, Oberlin.
Right of way at a left turn: Jerry Watkins, Holland.
Traffic control device: Kathryn Gruss, BG.
A bicycle was reported stolen in the 800 block of Fifth Street and was found on the BGSU campus, locked to a bike rack.
At East Napoleon Road and South Main Street, a vehicle was reportedly damaged when a pop bottle was thrown out of a window by a passenger in a school bus.
An assault incident was reported at Palmer Avenue and South Summit Street.

Oct. 3 citations:
Driving under suspension - Jennifer Henneman, Weston.
Expired registration: Debra Jarrell, Wayne; Jonathan Miller, BG; Amy Socie, Toledo.
Right of way at a stop sign: Matthew Haddon Jr., BG.
Traffic control device: Andrew Kier, BG; Tianna Newby-Hunter, BG.
Underage under the influence: Alex Herhold, Perrysburg; William Waltermeyer, Perrysburg.
Accidents occurred:
Oct. 3
•    at 136 N. Main St. Jack Wylie, BG, was cited for marked lanes after a collision with Misty Bechstein, Weston.
•    at 996 S. Main St. Zachary Vaughn, BG, was cited for right of way from a left turn after a collision with Rachel Gombash, Swanton.
•    at Lehman Avenue and South Enterprise Street. Shawn Cap, BG, was cited for right of way at a stop sign after a collision with Ryan Geiger, BG.

In the 400 block of Ridge Street, Austin Esqueda, 21, BG, was arrested for criminal damaging after reportedly breaking a window. He posted bond and was released.

Oct. 4 citations:
Driving under suspension: Beatrice Halm, Fremont.
Expired registration: Stephan Reed, Fostoria.
Theft: Courtney Naegle, BG.
Traffic control device: Kirsten Bowman, BG; Brandy Davis, BG.
Open container, underage possession: Elizabeth Maynard, BG; Kayla Tesmer, BG.
Accidents occurred:
Oct. 4
•    at 1020 N. Main St. Nicholas Corral, BG, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with James Lang, Toledo.
•    at Manville Avenue and Clough Street. Marissa Bandiera, BG, was cited for failure to yield from a stop sign after a collision with Jessica Rolf, West Milton.
•    at 428 E. Wooster St. Cholena Hostutler, BG, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Jahn Macgeary, BG.
•    at East Poe Road and the railroad tracks. Troy Heckman, Perrysburg, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Michael Doyle, Findlay.
•    at 1050 S. Main St. Brett Agne, BG, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Ricky Crowe, BG.
•    at 1080 S. Main St. Sean Dailey, Napoleon, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after initiating a crash also involving Alton Beeker, Pemberville, and Laurie Minarik, Curtice.
•    at East Wooster Street and Crim Street. Gabriel Jones, BG, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Tyler Hoffman, Ottawa.

Oct. 5 citations:
Drug abuse - marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia: Sultan Almarwani, BG.
Headlights at night: Adam Zorn, Norwalk.
Lanes of travel: Michael Oates, Dillon, Colo.
Loud party: Ryan Wilen, BG.
Operating vehicle while under the influence, prohibited alcohol (BAC 0.221), failure to signal, speed: Gary Lause, Custar.
Operating vehicle while under the influence, prohibited alcohol (BAC 0.241), reasonable control: Brady Frederick, BG.
Operating vehicle while under the influence, prohibited alcohol (BAC 0.186), reasonable control: Tyler Vogleson, Sylvania.
Possession of marijuana: Chad Franklin, BG.
Right of way at a left turn: Jacob Heasley, BG.
Traffic control device: Jack Roberson, BG.
Underage possession: Austin Weisenberger, Norwalk.
Underage under the influence: Shiloh Dotson, BG.
Accidents occurred:
Oct. 5
•    at 1506 E. Wooster St. Arielle Lewis, BG, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Brock Wilson, Findlay, and Michelle Martinez, Miamisburg.
•    at 1506 E. Wooster St. Jessica Pezzott, BG, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Mary Knueven, BG.
•    at 1611 E. Wooster St. Mackenzie Browne, Pemberville, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Megan Moore, Hilliard.
•    at 1520 E. Wooster St. John Bargiel, BG, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after a collision with Kel Welch, Wapakoneta.

In the 800 block of East Wooster Street, a man reported that he had been assaulted by three subjects.
In the 400 block of North Enterprise Street, Daniel Stauffer, 18, Ottawa, and Brandon Tracy, Continental, were arrested for underage possession of alcohol and open container. Both were taken to jail. Brian Bien, 21, BG, was cited for nuisance party.
A male and a female were reportedly assaulted in the area of North Prospect and East Wooster streets.
In the 300 block of East Wooster Street, Alexander Barclay, 21, Shaker Heights, was arrested on a felony warrant out of Cuyahoga County and taken to jail.
The tires of two vehicles were reported slashes in the 100 block of South Enterprise Street.
Screens were removed from a residence in the 800 block of Sixth Street.
A failure to pay incident, involving $62.83 in gas, was reported in the 1000 block of North Main Street.
In the 100 block of North Main Street, Ryan Doyle, 19, North Olmstead, was arrested and taken to jail on a charge of underage under the influence.
The temporary tag was taken from a vehicle in the 1000 block of Clough Street.
In the 300 block of North Main Street, Melvin James, BG, was arrested for domestic violence and disturbing public services. He was taken to jail.
In the 200 block of East Merry Avenue, John McDermott, BG; Dane Szente, BG; Trent Szente, Sheffield Lake; Kelley Prunty, BG; and Cody Wilson, Amherst were all cited for nuisance party.

Sept. 6 citations:
Operating vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, prohibited alcohol (BAC 0.159), headlights at night: Katelyn Wilson, Chesterfield, Mich.
Traffic control device: Derris Cameron, Ypsilanti, Mich.

In the 100 block of North Main Street, Muhanna Alzammaz, 27, Toledo, was arrested for disorderly conduct with persistence and resisting arrest, and taken to jail.
At the Hampton Inn, 142 Campbell Hill Road, Christopher Anderson, 26, Columbus, was arrested for criminal damaging and taken to jail after he reportedly "trashed" a room at the hotel.
Michael Adams, 22, Chillicothe, was arrested in the 100 block of South Main Street after he reportedly was beating on the window of Jed's Bar & Grill in an intoxicated state. He was charged with disorderly conduct while intoxicated - unable to care for self and taken to jail.

Oct. 6 citations:
Expired registration: James Williams, BG.
Accidents occurred:
Oct. 6
•    at East Wooster Street and North Mercer Road. Phillip Roberts, BG, was cited for right of way at an intersection after a collision with Richard Brechmacher III, BG.

The front window of a residence was reportedly broken in the 500 block of Frazee Avenue. Damage was estimated at $200.
Theft of $50 was reported in the $300 block of North Summit Street. A possible suspect was identified.
In the 200 block of Manville Avenue, James Stevens Jr., 36, and Teddy Stevens, 34, both of BG, were arrested on violation of a protection order and taken to jail.
In the 400 block of East Court Street, Allan Hoops, Deshler, was arrested for criminal trespass, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was taken to jail.
An unknown male reportedly wandered into a residence in the 300 block of South Maple Street.

Sept. 7 citations:
Driving under suspension, expired registration: Erica Reese, BG; Tanisha Williams, BG.
Expired registration: Leeanna Bruielly, Liberty Center.
Traffic control device: Jonathan Grossman, BG.
 

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