Scott M. Crabtree, 37, of 147 N. West St., was charged with failure to control Tuesday after he went off the west side of Ohio 61 and hit a utility pole.
Adam R. Roderick, 20, of 27 Chatham St., was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Thursday after he hit the rear of the vehicle driven by Charles M. Stever, 43, of 12518 Wikel Road, Milan, who was waiting to make a left turn off U.S. 250.
George L. Nickoli Jr., 58, of 400 S. Norwalk Road, hit a deer Friday on Laylin Road.
Kurtis R. Hindel, 20, of 2841 S. Meadow Lane, was charged with rules for starting and backing a vehicle Saturday after backing into the front of the motorcycle driven by Robert A. Jurs, 69, of Huron, at the intersection of Ohio 601 and Ohio 18.
Troopers are investigating an accident Saturday in which the driver of an unknown vehicle attempted to turn right onto Arcade Road from Ohio 18, went off the left side of Ohio 18 and hit a stop sign.
Betsy M. Tipton, 19, of 3772 Ohio 598, Willard, was charged with failure to control Sunday after she failed to negotiate a left curve while heading north on Section Line Road 30 and went off the right side. She hit a utility pole and utility junction box before stopping in a ditch.
Dereck V. Diesing, 29, whose address was unavailable, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Whittlesey Avenue incident Friday. He was held in the city jail until sober.
Responded to two reports of a suspicious van at Veterans Memorial Lake Park where a male suspect was accused of smoking marijuana Friday. Mark L. Delvalle, 33, whose address was unavailable, was charged with possession of marijuana.
An area resident reported losing his wallet Friday, which was turned in later with nothing missing.
A State Street resident reported the theft of a compact disc case containing about 70 CDs, hair straightener, three or four sunglasses and a pine tree air freshener from her unlocked car Friday.
An Adams Street resident reported telephone harassment Friday.
An employee of a Monroe Street business reported a dog jumped up and bit him along his nose and chin while delivering a newspaper Friday on Fairway Circle. Police forwarded a report to the Huron County General Health District.
Tammy K. Dewiel, 37, of 4719 W. Collins Road, Collins,, was arrested on five warrants and charged with failure to pay fines and costs on various original charges Saturday. She is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.
Seized the license plates and vehicle of Brian Lonsway, whose age and address weren't available, after he was charged with driving under the influence in connection with a West Main Street traffic stop Saturday. This is his second DUI in six years.
A North Prospect Street resident reported domestic violence Saturday and the suspect fled, but was located later running north on Prospect. Guillermo B. Zamano Jr., 18, whose address was unavailable, was charged with underage consumption and disorderly conduct and held in the city jail until sober.
Dispatchers received a report of an area motorist saying she was going to run her vehicle into a tree Saturday after leaving Woodlawn Avenue. The woman, found at a relative's Ontario Street home, denied being suicidal, but agreed to speak to a mental health professional at Fisher-Titus Medical Center after mentioning problems with depression.
Responded to a vehicle with a flat tire and cracked inner wheel well Sunday on Benedict Avenue, where the driver said he hit something metallic in the road.
Ray O. Trice, 24, of 11 Williams St., Monroeville, was arrested on three warrants Sunday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. He is being held in the Huron County Jail until his Norwalk Municipal Court hearing.
Heather M. Troxell, 19, whose address was unavailable, was charged with driving under the influence, underage consumption, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and an open container violation in connection with a Cleveland Road traffic stop Sunday. Her passenger, Stanislaw J. Gacek, 22, whose address was unavailable, was charged with an open container violation.
Dispatched Willard EMS to Thomas Road, Willard, for a male victim who reported being assaulted and robbed Friday.
An employee of a closed Ohio 18 business reported several people were trespassing Friday.
An employee of a U.S. 224, Willard, business reported a woman recently released from the hospital was attempting to get to her daughter's Plymouth home Friday.
A South Ridge Road, North Fairfield, resident reported the theft of a compact disc player/car stereo during a vehicle break-in Friday.
An employee of an Ohio 18 business reported a suspicious person Friday.
An East U.S. 20, Wakeman, resident reported having undisclosed problems with several juveniles Friday.
Responded to a hit-skip accident Friday on U.S. 20.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a Plank Road domestic disturbance Friday.
A Townline Road 12, Willard, resident reported a prowler by the pool fled into the woods Friday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a fight at an Ohio 601 business Friday. Richard L. Notestine, 23, of Sandusky, was charged with resisting arrest and persistent disorderly conduct.
A Bower Road, Bellevue, resident reported an undisclosed theft Saturday.
Security personnel at an Ohio 18 business reported someone threatened several people at the campground with a firearm Saturday.
A New State Road reported loud four-wheelers and fireworks Saturday.
A Peru Olena Road resident reported his truck door was ajar and the inside smelled like perfume Saturday.
An East U.S. 20, Wakeman, resident reported his neighbors were being loud Saturday.
An employee of a U.S. 20 business reported someone kicked an air-conditioning unit Saturday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about someone witnessing domestic violence Saturday on Rome Greenwich Road, New London, and a suspected parole violation Saturday.
The Sandusky Police Department reported a domestic incident Saturday on Snyder Road, Monroeville.
The Willard Police Department received a report from a Cardinal Drive, Willard, resident who said someone in a passing vehicle threw things at his house Saturday.
The Monroeville Department received a report of two suspicious vehicles backing up to a U.S. 20, Monroeville, business Saturday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about an ATM machine missing from an East U.S. 20, Wakeman, business during a break-in Saturday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a 3-year-old boy missing from Collins Road, Collins, Saturday. The mother found the child lying under a car several doors down after the Townsend Township Volunteer Fire Department had been requested to assist with the search.
An area resident reported someone picked his pocket Saturday at an Ohio 18 business and stole his wallet and cell phone.
An employee of an area railroad police department reported three juveniles were hanging on and jumping from a crossing signal bar Saturday on Greenwich East Townline Road 79, New London.
A Laylin Road resident reported damage to her mailbox Saturday.
An employee of an Ohio 103, Willard, business reported an unwanted suspect refused to leave Saturday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call Saturday from an area motorist who reported a Ridge Road house on fire and said the driver of a red car hit a girl. The call was transferred to the Norwalk Police Department to dispatch Norwalk firefighters.
A Townline Road 79, New London, resident reported an area motorist was speeding and squealing tires Saturday.
An employee of a U.S. 250, New London, business reported a private property accident Saturday.
A Chenango Road, New London, resident reported her son has been receiving suspicious telephone calls Saturday.
An En Road resident reported an undisclosed theft Saturday.
An area motorist reported losing a recently purchased chair Saturday on U.S. 20, Monroeville.
A Court Road, Wakeman, resident reported a fireworks complaint Saturday.
An area resident reported several motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles ran past barricades and crossing a bridge on Townline Road 151 on Saturday.
A U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident reported a burglary Saturday.
An area resident reported loud music at a U.S. 20 business Saturday.
An employee of a U.S. 20 business reported two fires and someone screaming and yelling Saturday.
Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation Saturday on Ridge Road, North Fairfield.
A Peru Olena Road resident reported a loud music complaint Saturday.
A Hasbrock Road reported an all-terrain vehicle complaint Saturday.
Several people reported being assaulted at a Second Street, North Fairfield, party Sunday.
The Wakeman Police Department requested assistance with a traffic stop Sunday at the intersection of Ohio 60 and U.S. 20, Wakeman.
A Court Road resident reported a domestic dispute Sunday.
The Willard Police Department received a report of a Shelby victim being assaulted at an Ohio 99, Willard, business Sunday.
The Wakeman Police Department reported a possible dead person at a West Main Street, Wakeman, apartment Sunday.
Processed a stolen vehicle for the Milan Police Department, but it was recovered later Sunday.
An employee of a West U.S. 224, New Haven, business reported there was a sick raccoon by the gas pumps Sunday.
Transferred a 9-1-1 call about a woman who passed out Sunday on Mills Road, Plymouth, to the Richland County Sheriff's Office, which dispatched Plymouth Fire and Rescue. NORWALK FIRE
Responded to a camp fire that wasn't bothering anything at 6:22 p.m. Saturday at 93 Grove Ave. Returned to station at 6:23.
Provided first aid for a patient having trouble breathing at 9:48 p.m. Saturday at 520 Milan Ave. until North Central EMS arrived. Returned to station at 10:18.
Assisted North Central EMS with an unresponsive male patient at 1:13 a.m. Sunday at 401 W. Main St. Returned to station at 1:36.
Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 9:53 a.m. Sunday at 41 Washington St. Returned to station at 10.
Extinguished a small pile of wood on fire started by embers from a previous camp fire at 11:23 a.m. Sunday behind 17 Southgate Drive. Returned to station at 11:50.
Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 8:51 p.m. Sunday at 238 W. Main St. Returned to station at 9:15.