Former Carey Police Sgt. Richard M. "Matt" Ricker, 46, pleaded not guilty to two third-degree felony charges of tampering with evidence and a fifth-degree felony charge of unauthorized use of a law enforcement database during an appearance earlier this month.

A one-year-old is fighting for her life after police say her mother's boyfriend punched her with a closed fist. It happened yesterday in the 2700 bock of Wayman Palmer drive.

Two parents from Wyandot County are charged with child endangering. According the Wyandot County sheriff's office, Ian Nelson, 6, called 911 on Monday morning.

A Wyandot County Sheriff's Office deputy on Monday morning responded to a 911 call from 6-year-old Ian Nelson, according to an incident report.

A rural Wyandot County residence was destroyed by fire Saturday night. The fire at 5959 Township Highway 59 was first reported at 7:43 p.m., according to the Wyandot County Sheriff's Office.

The reserve champion market lamb trophy and ribbon was taken by Ashton Frey, of Upper Sandusky. He is a son of Nathan and Marie Frey.

Pee wee swine show judge Neil Jordan is pictured with winners from the first-of-its-kind show at the Wyandot County Fair. The Upper Sandusky branch of Ag Credit/Country Mortgages sponsored the first pee wee swine show at the Wyandot County Fair.

Sgt. Richard Ricker, 46, is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 16 in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on the two third-degree felony counts of tampering with records and a fifth-degree felony count of unauthorized use of a law enforcement database. He was served a summons on the indictment last week.

Taking top honors in the fryer rabbit category was Alec Wellmerling, of Forest. His parents are Nicolle and Ryan Wellmerling.

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, will visit a Wyandot County manufacturer this afternoon to tour the plant and to meet with workers.

A Carey police sergeant has been charged with tampering with evidence and unauthorized use of a law enforcement database, police said today.