Scott M. Ziemba, 42, of 9 1/2 N. West St., was cited for right-of-way at a stop/yield sign Wednesday at the intersection of U.S. 20 and Ohio 601 when his vehicle collided with a vehicle driven by Janet Fannin, 51, of 4151 Hartland Center Road, Collins.
Brett A. Nichols, 17, of 4385 Gibbs Road, was cited for reasonable control Thursday on Laylin Road after his vehicle exited the right side of the roadway and struck a ditch and pole.
Charles Wade Jacobson, 46, of Midland, Mich., was cited for rules for starting/backing a vehicle Thursday on U.S. 250 after his vehicle bumped a vehicle driven by Kara R. Hunter, 19, of 640 Spruce St., Wakeman.
A hit-skip accident was reported Saturday after an unknown vehicle struck a tree on Townline Road 12.
Christine M. Ridenour, 23, of South Amherst, was operating a vehicle Saturday on Butler Road that struck a deer.
Responded to South Liberty Street at 7:47 p.m. Sunday to assist North Central EMS. Returned to station at 7:58.
Responded to 175 Shady Lane Drive at 10:10 a.m. Sunday where a resident had burned food. Returned to station at 10:21.
Responded to 20 Central Blvd. at 7:24 a.m. Sunday to assist North Central EMS. Returned to station at 7:45.
Responded to 315 Milan Ave. at 6:18 p.m. Saturday to assist North Central EMS. Returned to station at 6:58.
Responded to 80 N. West St. at 3:43 p.m. Saturday for an alarm activation. Returned to station at 4:05.
Responded to 79 Parsons St. at 2:56 p.m. Saturday to assist North Central EMS. Returned to station at 3:22.
Danielle Statzer, 23, no address given, was arrested today on a local warrant.
A Pleasant Street resident reported criminal damaging Sunday.
Gregory S. Dye, 29, no address given, was arrested Sunday on an Avon Lake warrant.
Several South Garden Street residents told polce their vehicle were entered Sunday.
Bryan Vargas, 26, of Norwalk, was cited for disorderly conduct Sunday.
Police reported a theft at a Benedict Avenue business Saturday.
Dwayne E. Jenkins, 43, of 19 Rule St., was cited for disorderly conduct Saturday.
Lisa Estus, 42, no address given, was cited for petty theft Friday.
Police reported a break-in at an Ontario Street business Friday.
A Katherine Way resident reported vehicle vandalism Friday.
Christopher Johnson, 35, no address given, was arrested on four warrants Friday. He must sit 10 days at the county jail.
A Cook Road, New London, resident reported a suspicious vehicle Saturday.
Assisted the Highway Patrol with a disabled vehicle Saturday on Ohio 61 near North Fairfield.
Responded to a possible fight at a Willard West Road business Saturday.
A Lamar Court, Willard, resident told police his truck had been stolen. The vehicle was later recovered.
A Boughtonville Road, Greenwich, resident reported property damage Saturday.
A Willard West Road resident reported a theft from a vehicle Saturday.
Deputies received a report of a private-property accident on U.S. 250, near Fitchville Saturday.
A Willard West Road resident reported vandalism to his garage Friday.
Deputies located a purse in the roadway on Broad Street, Willard, Saturday.
A Chenango Road, New London, resident reported a suspicious person Sunday.
A Hettle Road, Monroeville, resident reported a possible motor vehicle accident Sunday.
A Ridge Road, Willard, resident reported mailbox vandalism Sunday.
Responded to a possible trespassing on Ohio 60 near Wakeman Sunday.
Responded to a domestic dispute on Townline Road 12, Willard, Sunday.
An Ohio 61, Plymouth, resident reported someone trespassing Sunday.
Jared Wolfenbarger, 20, of 4265 Ohio 61, Plymouth, was arrested Sunday on two local warrants.
A Fern Road, Willard, resident reported four-wheelers trespassing on their property Sunday.
A Willard West Road resident reported a prank call Friday.
Responded to an alarm activation on Ohio 99 near Willard Friday.
An Edwards Road, Norwalk, resident reported a suspicious vehicle Friday.
Responded to a domestic dispute on Ohio 61 near Plymouth Friday.
An Ohio 60, Wakeman, resident reported telephone harassment Friday.
A Peru Olena Road, Norwalk, resident filed a menacing complaint Friday.