Samantha M. Lee, 17, of Jackson Center, was transported by Tri-Valley EMS to Mary Rutan Hospital for treatment of treatment of lacerations and a possible broken arm sustained in a crash about 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office report she was operating a westbound sport utility vehicle in the 5300 block of County Road 10 when she traveled left of center and then overcorrected, traveling off the right side of the road and into the ditch. The SUV then overturned, causing heavy damage and it was towed from the scene.
Samantha was wearing her seat belt, deputies report. She was cited for failure to control.
• Deputies also responded to a report of a non-injury crash involving a semi tractor-trailer hauling an oversized load with a wind turbine tower section about 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Napoleon Smith, 39, of Thomasbille, Ala., reportedly was operating the northbound semi on State Route 117 and attempted to make a right turn onto State Route 273.
Deputies said the back of the trailer was on a dolly system controlled by the following vehicle. The rear trailer section went off the west side of the road into some gravel and began to slide downhill. The rear trailer struck a guardrail before coming to a rest.
The semi portion of the vehicle continued through the intersection and traveled off the north side of S.R. 273 slightly into the ditch before stopping.
Light damage was reported to the dolly trailer. Vectren Gas was notified because the guardrail was pushed backward toward the gas lines; however, no damage was reported to the gas lines by responding Vectren employees.
Smith was cited for failure to control. He was wearing his seat belt.
• Deputies responded about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday to County Road 88 near U.S. Route 33 on a report of a non-injury crash in a road construction chip-seal zone.
Troy A. Harrod, 57, of Lima, reportedly was operating an eastbound pickup on C.R. 88 when he came upon a stopped Logan County vehicle operated by Cole P. Harbour, 18, of Rushsylvania, who had just stopped to direct traffic in the construction zone.
Harrod attempted to pass and his pickup and the Logan County pickup struck side mirrors, causing light damage to both vehicles. Deputies were unable to determine whether either driver had been left of center and no citations were issued.
Deputies responded Tuesday afternoon to a report of breaking and entering at 4028 N. County Road 12, West Mansfield. Residents reported a generator, electric jackhammer and other equipment had been stolen.
• Deputies took a report Saturday afternoon from Zachary Pyles regarding a theft from his storage unit at 12956 N. State Route 235, Lakeview. He was compiling a list of missing items for deputies.