Former OHP Commander Indicted On Stalking And Other Charges

Jun 2, 2016

William Elschlager

A former Ohio Highway Patrol commander accused of stalking a subordinate's wife after an affair has been indicted on eight counts, including abduction and criminal trespassing.

William Elschlager also faces charges of theft, criminal mischief and two counts of menacing by stalking and receiving stolen property. Arraignment is scheduled for Monday.  He was previously was charged in Delaware County with stealing two guns in evidence when he was an officer that were supposed to be destroyed or returned.