Rural Forest man arrested in Wyandot County
A Hardin County resident was arrested at a residence in Wyandot County Monday afternoon.
According to a release, the Wyandot County Major Crimes Unit, the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office and the METRICH Enforcement Unit served an arrest warrant at a residence in the 12,000 block of County Highway 215 in rural Forest.
Jason M. Wyomic, age 40, was located in the residence and was arrested on warrants from Hardin
and Logan Counties for drug trafficking and drug possession.
During the arrest process, detectives located drug paraphernalia and other items indicative of drug use inside the residence which led to a second search warrant being served, and suspected methamphetamine and other items associated with drug trafficking were located.
The case was submitted to the Wyandot County Prosecutor’s Office, and pending laboratory results, additional charges are expected.
Wyomic is being held at the Multi County Jail in Marion.
The Wyandot County Major Crimes Unit thanked the public for their vigilance and reporting of criminal activity.
Assisting with the investigation was the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, the Upper Sandusky Police Department, the Wyandot County Prosecutor’s Office and the METRICH Enforcement Unit.
If you see suspicious activity associated with drug trafficking, contact your local police department or sheriff’s office.
Anonymous tips can be left on the Wyandot County Sheriff’s App, the METRICH App or by
contacting METRICH at www.metrich.com.
Originally published on wktn.com on August 29, 2023.