Don’t forget: Drive-through drop-off dump day is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Shelby Street Public Boat Launch in Sandusky.
Open only to city residents, people can drop off unwanted furniture, tires, appliances, electronics, mattresses and the like. Workers won’t accept TVs, paint or liquids of any kind. Volunteers, including the Sandusky High School basketball team, will help collect the materials.
A nostalgic nautical attraction that had been submerged for two decades should be making ripples in Sandusky Bay in a few weeks.
The beloved Cedar Point ferryboat service returns to Sandusky this summer. Passengers can board a Jet Express boat at the Jackson Street Pier for a 10-minute trip to Cedar Point Marina and vice versa.
All trips from Sandusky to Cedar Point also journey to Kelleys Island and Put-in-Bay.
The cost for a one-way trip breaks down with: Anyone 13 or older pays $5, Children between 6 and 12 pays $2.50, and Anyone 5 or younger gets to ride for free. A Sandusky man was arrested this week after he waved a knife at his family, police said.
Don Toennies was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, and two counts each of aggravated menacing and threat of domestic violence after pulling a knife on his mother after she told him to turn the TV down, and then his brother.
He is now being held without bond at the Erie County jail.
A Sandusky woman is behind bars on one count of felonious assault over change for a dollar.
The report stated after Courtney Reyna of Sandusky slammed a woman on the ground and head butted her in the face after being denied change for a dollar, the victim was taken to Firelands Regional Medical Center, where staff determined she had a “nasal fracture,”
Reyna is being held at the Erie County jail on a $20,000 bond.
A state court dismissed a misdemeanor charge against a fremont city councilman accused of inappropriately touching a city employee.
Mike Koebel no longer faces disorderly conduct offense after he allegedly held the recreation superintendent.
Koebel’s attorney believes there to be a financial motive for filing the charge, as the woman involved is married to at the time Fremont interim police chief.
A Sandusky woman allegedly assaulted a corrections officer while being booked into the Erie County jail.
Kutila Mitchell was charged with fifth-degree felony assault after she was uncooperative during booking and began arguing with corrections staff.Reports say Mitchell stood up and lunged at the corrections officer, causing her to be pushed into some drawers and underneath a countertop.
The officer said she injured her knee as a result of the incident.