An employee of a West Main Street business reported an illegal dumping in the company dumpster Jan. 24.
Alan Belkin, 59, of Beachwood, was charged with driving with a suspended license Jan. 24 and released.
James Hammond Jr., 43, of Berlin Heights, was charged with driving under the influence Jan. 26 and released to a sober person.
Tracy L. Trainer, 31, of 5810 U.S. 20, Lot 56, Wakeman, was charged with driving under the influence Jan. 27 and transported to the Huron County Jail. She was released that day after posting bond.
Stephanie Felicetty, 20, of Sandusky, was arrested on an undisclosed Wakeman police warrant Jan. 27 and transported to the Huron County Jail.
Responded to a non-injury, single-vehicle accident on Abbott Street between Verlin and Pleasant streets Jan. 28. The juvenile driver was not charged because of the poor road conditions caused by the weather.
The Jan. 29-Feb. 2 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:
A reported hit-skip accident in a Woodland Avenue business parking lot remains under investigation.
A caller reported a private property accident at Conwell Avenue business.
A motorist reported damage to his parked vehicle in the Willard High School parking lot.
A Willow Run resident requested an officer for an unruly child, who later decided to obey his mother.
A Clark Street resident accused an estranged relative of being in her garage without her permission.
A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported a house break-in. The incident remains under investigation.
An employee of a West Walton Avenue business reported a possible theft. The incident remains under investigation.
A caller from Willard High School requested an officer in connection with a student not following directions. The boy was suspended and told not to be on any school property.
Ashlee Wadsworth, 20, of 231 Trux St., Plymouth, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with a West Walton Street accident.
A caller from the Willard Middle School reported a fight. Police forwarded a report to the county prosecutor's office and juvenile court for the consideration of charges.
Butler Moore, 34, of 415 W. Emerald St., Willard, was arrested on contempt of court. He remains in custody at the Huron County Jail.
A caller reported seeing couple of subjects walking along the railroad tracks behind a Conwell Avenue business. Police discovered two marker lights were taken from the train and two four-wheelers under a culvert. The four-wheelers were towed to the police station and later released to their respective owners. The incident remains under investigation.
A West Emerald Street resident reported her three daughters refused to go to school but changed their minds later.
A complainant accused her boyfriend of picking her up and throwing her out of a Woodland Avenue door during an alleged Jan. 22 incident. Police took the woman's statement and forwarded a report to the Willard Law Director.
A Third Street resident reported an unspecified item was stolen from his vehicle.
A Park Street resident reported someone took a television from his unlocked residence. The incident remains under investigation.
Discovered the driver's side door of a truck ajar, with wires lying on the ground on Euclid Street. The stereo appeared to be ripped out from the dashboard.
A South Main Street resident reported her daughter would not go to school, but she decided to go later.
A Clark Street resident reported his garage lock had been broken and two bicycles were missing.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call from Dale Avenue about an assault. An officer determined the incident took place in the county.
A Willow Run Apartments resident reported receiving harassing telephone calls.
A caller reported a truck fire in the 1000 block of Overlook Drive.
A caller reported a theft from a building in the industrial park on Theo Moll Drive. The incident remains under investigation.
A Woodland Avenue resident reported copper wire was stolen.
A motorist accused the other driver involved in an accident in front of an East Tiffin Street business of leaving the scene. Police notified the state Highway Patrol.