Below is a timeline of the events of the the missing Wyandot County teens. You can view the events as a slideshow by clicking on the link, or view the timeline by scrolling down the story.
06/04/15 11:34 a.m.
Two missing Wyandot County teens were identified as the suspects of a robbery at a Pennsylvania gas station this morning. 16-year-old Triston Kindle and 15-year-old Rose May were reported missing June 1. The vehicle they stole in Ohio was found in Brooksville, Pennsylvania Tuesday.
A robbery was reported at a Pennsylvania gas station at 2 a.m. this morning. An Allegheny County police detective said when an officer arrived, the suspect fled the gas station and tried to speed away in a pickup truck. The officer hung on to the truck’s hitch before falling off. He was treated for minor injuries.
The getaway vehicle Kindle and May allegedly stole in Pennsylvania was found in a wooded area three miles away. K-9 units found clothes, cash and other belongings nearby.
The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office says Kindle and May were seen taking shotgun shells from a Wal-Mart in Bucyrus Monday morning. They are believed to be armed.Read More →
06/04/15 10:45 a.m.
A Findlay plastic producer bought a sheet material producer to expand its reach.
Rowmark, headquartered in Findlay, acquired Johnson Plastics of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Johnson CEO Mike Johnson said that they have been working with Rowmark for years and combining resources and streamlining operations will help all parties operate more effectively.
Rowmark makes plastic sheets for signage, plaques and more. Johnson Plastics is responsible for engravable sheet materials, sublimation products and related accessories.Read More →
6/4/15 – 6:39 A.M.
Lima police are looking for two people for their possible connection to a fatal hit-and-run crash over the weekend. The Lima News reports officers want to talk to 26-year-old Catherine Wilson. She owns the car investigators linked to the crash. 31-year-old Robert Catlett III is also said to be a “person of interest.”
A crash early Sunday morning took the life of 27-year-old Aaron Ehrnsberger. He was riding his motorcycle when a car turned in front of him. Ehrnsberger died from his injuries around eight hours after the crash.
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6/4/15 – 5:34 A.M.
The Paulding-Putnam Electric Cooperative wants to put a franchise in Leipsic. The Putnam County Sentinel reports the CEO of the company spoke to village council this week. George Carter said that establishing a franchise in the village would guarantee the cooperative could continue to serve the west Leipsic area if it were ever annexed into Leipsic.
Council will debate the issue in future meetings. Village Administrator Kevin Lamon said he didn’t think it was a good idea. Lamon said competition would provide better electric rates.
The Paulding-Putnam Electric Cooperative serves more than 12,900 homes and businesses in Ohio and Indiana.
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6/4/15 – 5:24 A.M.
A Findlay-based software development company has changed its name. Plumbline Solutions is now known as Solomon Cloud Solutions. The company is a developer for Microsoft.
Solomon Cloud is affiliated with Beyond Software and Six Disciplines. Beyond is a publisher of accounting software. Six Disciplines publishes performance management software. Solomon Cloud has also invested in SK Global Software, which is a banking software publisher.Read More →
6/4/15 – 5:17 A.M.
A Putnam County woman accused of writing a bad check to an Allen County VFW post appeared in court Wednesday. The Lima News reports 48-year-old Jennifer Edelbrock waived her preliminary hearing. Her case will now head to the grand jury.
Edelbrock is accused of passing a bad check for more than $12,000 to the Spencerville VFW.
In the meantime the investigation into Edelbrock’s accounting firm continues. Authorities served a search warrant at the Delphos business last month. Delphos Police Chief Kyle Fittro tells the newspaper that businesses noticed they were missing money, and the firm was the common link.
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6/4/15 – 5:02 A.M.
A Findlay man who overdosed on heroin less than two days after he was released from a detention center will get help through the Hancock County drug court. The Courier reports 34-year-old Shad Noblit was admitted to the treatment program Wednesday. He reportedly overdosed on May 15, around 35 hours after his release from the Western Ohio Regional Treatment and Habilitation Center in Lima.
The overdose violated Noblit’s probation restrictions. Court officials suggested he be placed in the voluntary drug court program, which offers strict but specialized treatment options for drug offenders. Noblit will wear an electronic monitoring bracelet while he participates in the program. His first hearing in the court will be next Tuesday.
Prosecutors disagreed with the decision. Assistant Prosecutor Alex Treece said that the drug court should be a reward and something that is earned.
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06/03/15 5:09 p.m.
Because of the Ohio Department of Agricultures ban on bird shows for the year to prevent the spread of the avian flu, local clubs and fairs are getting creative with their exhibits. Hancock County 4-H Director Cassie Turner said they’re still looking for alternatives for kids.
Audio: Cassie Turner
Turner said overall the fair is only a small piece of a 4-H project and some members don’t even take their projects to the fair.
Hancock County Agricultural Society President Tom Warren said they’re still trying to work out the specifics and what this means for the fair, but it should not be a deterrent for 4-H projects.
Audio: Tom Warren
The ODA decision comes on the heels of a recent outbreak of the bird flu around the country. The decision was made to help protect flocks as well as Ohio’s $2.3 billion poultry industry, the second largest egg industry in the country. The ban includes county and independent fairs, the Ohio State Fair and all other gatherings of birds for show or for sale, including auctions and swap meets.Read More →
06/03/15 4:30 p.m.
The search for two missing Wyandot County teenagers is zeroing in on a small Pennsylvania town.
The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the stolen truck 16-year-old Triston Kindle and 15-year-old Rose May were seen in was found in Brookville, Pennsylvania around 8 p.m. last night.
Kindle and May have not yet been found, but the sheriff’s office said they have information that leads them to believe the teens are in the area.
Kindle and May were reported missing June 1. The teens are said to have left their residences between midnight and 4 a.m. Monday.Read More →