The March 26-April 1 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:
A Washington Street resident reported someone broke a window in a vehicle.
A Willard Middle School caller accused two juveniles of fighting.
A Quail Creek Drive resident reported a break-in. The incident is under investigation.
The state Highway Patrol reported a vehicle traveling on U.S. 224 toward Willard ran other cars off the road. Officers located the vehicle in a parking lot.
A Quail Creek Drive resident reported some money was missing. The incident remains under investigation.
A Fourth Street resident reported someone stole some auto parts. The incident remains under investigation.
The Shelby Police Department requested officers attempt to locate a juvenile suspect from their city. Officers were unable to find the suspect.
A Main Street resident reported someone stole the 30-day tag off of a vehicle.
A Rae Court resident reported being assaulted by a neighbor. The incident remains under investigation.
Jerritt Tackett, whose age was not available, of 4238 Pleasant St., Willard, was arrested on contempt of court charges and released.
A Quail Creek Drive resident reported someone shined a light in the window. Officers were unable to locate anyone in the area.
A First Street resident reported an assault. The incident remains under investigation.
Responded to an accident at the intersection of Woodland and Myrtle avenues.
A Myrtle Avenue resident reported possibly being the victim of identity theft. The incident remains under investigation.
A Dale Avenue resident reported a disturbance with some female juvenile suspects in the area. Officers spoke to the fathers about the complaint.
Residents on Woodland Avenue and Woodbine Street reported the thefts of undisclosed property. Police said the Woodbine Street incident was a civil matter that should be handled with the parties' attorneys.
A Willard Park caller reported being assaulted.
A Tamarack Drive resident reported an unrestrained dog attacked her dog.
A Myrtle Avenue resident reported someone stole her purse from an unlocked vehicle. The incident remains under investigation.
A Motson Street resident reported a vehicle break-in.
Kimberlee Dewitt, whose age was unavailable, of 202 Rae Court, Willard, was arrested on contempt of court warrants. She was released the next day from the Huron County Jail after posting bond.
A Pearl Street resident reported that someone had been stealing gas from his vehicles.
A Willard High School employee reported three subjects possibly were trespassing. Officers were unable to locate them.
A Front Street resident reported a stolen bicycle.
A Huron County Juvenile Court probation officer reported a Myrtle Avenue juvenile was accused of taking off an ankle monitor. Police assisted him with detaining the juvenile.
A Wessor Avenue resident reported being the victim of a burglary.
A Spring Street resident reported a break-in.
A Maple Street resident reported receiving harassing phone calls.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department for mutual aid with the Huron River Joint Fire District at an unspecified location.
A caller accused a juvenile of leaving Willard High School without permission. Police filed missing child paper work.
A caller from Blossom Centre Boulevard reported being assaulted.
A Second Street resident reported having a problem with her son, who is on probation, not coming home. Police forwarded a report to Huron County Juvenile Court.
An employee of a local gas station reported two incidents in which someone drove off without paying for gas.
An employee of a Blossom Centre Boulevard business reported possible identity theft.
A Myrtle Avenue resident reported her daughter, who is on house arrest, was not home and said she would look for her. The girl was located later and taken to a detention facility.
Jose M. Medina, whose age was not available, of 236 Motson Street, Willard, was arrested on contempt of court warrants.
A Cottonwood Drive resident reported an item had been stolen from a garage.
A Woodbine Street resident reported someone attempted to break into the residence.
James Stull, whose age was not available, of Mansfield, was arrested on contempt of court warrants and released.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to CSX for an oil leak from a train car.
An Emerald Street resident reported a theft.