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Norwalk Reflector Staff • Oct 29, 2015 at 11:57 AM


Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 6:45 a.m. today at 20 W. Chestnut St. Returned to station at 6:47.

Stabilized a patient at 6:55 a.m. today at 41 Washington St. until North Central EMS arrived. Returned to station at 7:03.


A Benedict Avenue business employee reported someone drove off without paying for about 22 gallons of gasoline Friday.

A Bouscay Avenue resident reported the theft of his Huffy bicycle Saturday.

Wilbert D. Skinn, 88, of 1807 Old State Road, was charged with a stop sign violation Monday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Brenda Ward, 50, of 43 Reed St., at the intersection of Linwood Avenue and Monroe Street.

Victorio E. Gos, 20, of 22B Ontario St., was charged with improper backing Monday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Ruth A. Weisenberger, 70, of 33 Executive Drive, at the intersection of East Monroe and Foster streets.

A Baker Street resident reported his tool box, the tools inside and his Sony DVD player/VCR were missing Monday. He had been gone for 13 days.

The owner of a North Prospect Street building reported there was gang-style graffiti on the back of the building Monday. The incident remains under investigation.

Advised of a male suspect acting aggressively toward motorists passing a Whittlesey Avenue business Monday. Police transported him to the Huron County Counseling Centre.

Saw John A. Bundren, 18, whose address was unavailable, take a stolen bike police had put on the south side of a Norwalk High School concession stand Monday and ride it through two backyards. He was charged with theft and released to his father. Police were working a plain clothes detail at the NHS soccer field watching for tobacco violations and a theft violation.

Responded to a West Main Street business where someone found two abandoned bicycles Monday. The owners later came to the station, saying they had their bikes stolen from Norwalk Public Library and had the bikes released to them.

A Westwind Drive business employee reported a mentally challenged man hit, kicked and bit two of his caregivers as they walked through the store Monday. He was released to the care of someone from Flat Rock Care Center. No charges will be filed.

Kyle E. Hodgkinson, 25, whose address was unavailable, was issued a summons Monday during a Milan Avenue traffic stop and charged with one count of passing bad checks.

Sean F. Duffy, 42, of Sandusky, was arrested on a warrant Monday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs on the original stalking conviction. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A Milan Avenue resident reported seeing a male suspect pour a 2-liter bottle of Mountain Dew onto the roof of his 1998 Dodge Dakota pickup truck Monday and flee the scene. The complainant was walking his dog at the time.


A Wenz Road, Wakeman, resident reported two suspicious persons incidents from Saturday and Sunday.

An East Main Street, North Fairfield, resident reported the theft of two bags of cans next to her home Saturday. She also found a card on one of her vehicles about someone collecting cans.

A Neal Zick Road, Willard, resident reported someone took her vehicle Monday and returned it. The complainant also is missing her spare care key from her purse.

An area resident reported a missing girl didn't attend Western Reserve High School on Monday. Dispatchers notified authorities in adjacent counties.

A Boughtonville Road, Willard, resident reported seeing a vehicle parked down a field lane near her mother's property Monday. The complainant later said she knew the vehicle owner and told deputies to disregard the trespassing complaint.

A South Ohio 60, New London, resident reported being threatened and the suspect attempted to "bust down" the front door Monday.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation Monday on Liberty Road, Willard.

A Hanford Road, Wakeman, resident reported unspecified vandalism Monday.

A South Main Street, North Fairfield, resident reported a suspected fraud Monday.

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