The April 2-8 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:
Thomas Campbell, 25, of Sandusky, was arrested on contempt of court warrants.
Dispatched an ambulance to the scene of an accident at the intersection of Main Street and Walton Avenue.
Jonathon Reed, 24, of 215 Sandusky St., Plymouth, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant.
A Park Street resident reported a domestic violence incident in December. She also accused the suspect of threatening her family members.
A caller reported having a problem with juvenile neighbors. The mother stated she would take care of the problem.
A Loris Lane resident reported a payroll check was taken from her mailbox. The incident remains under investigation.
A caller reported her sons were on North Main Street and refused to return home. They later went home.
Richard V. Mitchell, 43, of Bellevue, was arrested on an unspecified Fayette County warrant.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to a fire in the 200 block of South Myrtle Avenue.
Spoke to a male suspect in the area of Woodbine and South streets and told him to not ask for food or money from Woodbine Street residents as they do not want him on their property.
A First Street resident reported her two sons were missing. Police completed missing person's paperwork.
An employee of a Blossom Centre business reported damage done to the mailbox.
An employee of a Myrtle Avenue business requested an officer remove a male suspect. The man left when asked to do so and was taken home by a sober individual.
An employee of a Blossom Centre business brought in completed paperwork for a non-sufficient fund check the business received. Police forwarded the paperwork to the Willard Law Director's office for review.
A West Laurel Street resident reported having received a telephone call from an unknown suspect asking for personal financial information.
Matthew C. Stevens, 26, of 5102 Townline Road 12, Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a South Myrtle Avenue incident.
Residents on Spangler, East High, Maplewood, Ash and East Howard streets as well as South Myrtle Avenue reported having their homes and property egged.
An Maplewood Street resident reported being awakened by a loud noise, later found to have been made by someone egging her home. The family's vehicle also had been egged.
A clerk from a local business reported detaining a suspected shoplifter. Roger Tuttle Jr., 25, of Willard, was charged with larceny/shoplifting and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A Huron County Juvenile Probation officer requested officers check on the whereabouts of a juvenile whose ankle monitor activated on North Main Street and the telephone line is ringing busy. The juvenile was not home upon officers' arrival.
A Wessor Avenue resident reported an attempted apartment break-in.
A South West Avenue resident reported the theft of a dirt bike. It had been pushed over a hill on the caller's property.
A Rae Court resident requested assistance with a male suspect who was arguing with the complainant. An officer determined both people were intoxicated and told them to cease their activities to avoid further problems.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department for a fire alarm activation at an East Tiffin Street business.
Dispatched an ambulance to the intersection of Tiffin and Maplewood streets for a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle.