The May 28-June 3 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:
Released a 15-year-old boy to his mother after a Dale Avenue curfew violation.
A Maplewood Street resident reported someone broke a window on his truck.
Responded to a vehicle that had been entered and ransacked on Maplewood Street.
A caller from a West Maple Street business reported the business had been entered. The incident remains under investigation.
An Ash Street resident reported several undisclosed items were missing. The incident remains under investigation.
A South Main Street resident reported her tires had been slashed.
A Dale Avenue resident reported someone broke into his truck.
A Washington Street resident reported his daughter was missing.
A Keefer Street resident reported someone keyed his vehicle and kicked in the side of another victim's car.
A local complainant accused a female suspect of trying to get money from him to buy drugs.
A West Emerald Street resident reported the theft of solar lamps from her yard.
A West Laurel Street resident reported someone stole his lawnmower.
The Huron County Sheriff's Office reported a burglary in the 3000 block of Austin Drive and two suspects fled the area on foot going toward the city limits.
Released a male juvenile to his grandmother after a Maplewood Street curfew violation.
A caller reported a vending machine was vandalized at the park. The incident remains under investigation.
A caller reported someone attempted to break into one of the bays at a West Walton Street car wash. The incident remains under investigation.
A caller reported the theft of several undisclosed items stored in a Pleasant Street garage.
Steven Moore, 24, of 2168 S. Ridge Road, North Fairfield, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant in connection with being a passenger during a traffic stop at Fort Ball Road and Conwell Avenue. He was released from the Huron County Jail after a Norwalk Municipal Court order May 31.
Forwarded a report of a South Myrtle Avenue domestic altercation to the Willard law director.
Eric Rowe, whose age was unavailable, of 314 Crestwood Drive, Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Crestwood Drive fight.
An employee of a West Walton Street business reported someone broke into three car wash bays. Coin machine break-ins were reported there June 2 and 3. The incidents remain under investigation.
An employee of a Blossom Centre business reported receiving a suspected bad check.
A Washington Street resident reported someone stole the license plates from his vehicle.
Janet Ross, whose age was unavailable, of 2628 Townline Road 12, Willard, was charged with failure to yield at an intersection in connection with an accident at Emerald Street and Dale Avenue.
A Hayes Street resident accused the new residents of her old address of taking a purchased item that was shipped to her old address. The incident remains under investigation.
Found two suspected balloons of heroin on a male suspect during a Pearl Street incident, which remains under investigation.
Soto I. Garayua (a.k.a. Lavan J. Betancourt), 28, of 3 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard, was arrested and charged with handling a firearm while intoxicated, resisting arrest and carrying a concealed weapon in connection with a Washington Street incident. Also charged were: Mario N. Lopez, whose age was unavailable, of 121 Hayes St., Willard, on an open container violation and possession of marijuana; and Gerardo Hernandez, 34, of 107 Washington St., Willard, on handling a firearm while intoxicated and carrying a concealed weapon. Garayua/Betancourt currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail. Hernandez was released later that day from jail after posting bond.
A Dale Avenue resident reported a hit-skip accident, which remains under investigation.
Bradley C. Jones, 33, of 312 Park St., Willard, was arrested on contempt of court warrants and taken to the Huron County Jail where he remains in custody.
A Woodland Avenue resident reported hearing a subject talking about committing a sex offense that occurred years ago. The incident remains under investigation.
Brian Maynard, 25, of 611 Wessor Ave., Willard, was arrested on charges of domestic violence. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.
James E. Kimbro, 30, of Willard; Thomas G. Newsome, 28, of New Washington; and Penny Trevino, 42, of Shelby, were arrested and charged with persistent disorderly conduct after ignoring a warning to cease their activities in connection with a Myrtle Avenue business disturbance.
Steven S. Lasch, 26, of Plymouth, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a South Myrtle Avenue disturbance.
Richard A. Strohm, 26, of 103 Trux St., Plymouth, was arrested on contempt of court warrants after someone heard a male suspect swearing loudly, causing a disturbance near an East U.S. 224 business. Strohm currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.
A caller reported someone entered and ransacked her vehicle on Crestwood Drive.
Released a female juvenile suspect to her mother after a West Walton Street business shoplifting incident.
Daniel A. Sallee, 31, of Willard, was arrested and charged with domestic violence in connection with a Crestwood Drive disturbance.
Terry L. Dickerson, 52, whose address was unavailable, was arrested and charged with domestic violence in connection with a West Emerald Street disturbance.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to a house fire in the 200 block of Maplewood Street.
Sherry L. Johnston, 44, of Willard, was arrested and charged with domestic violence in connection with a Washington Street altercation.