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Norwalk Reflector Staff • Oct 29, 2015 at 12:50 PM


The Willard Police Department blotter covering July 16 to 22 had the following highlights:

July 16

Tyson B. Baldridge, 18 of 554 Butte St., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant.

A West Sandusky Street resident reported receiving a telephone call and message from someone identifying himself with "Huron County Investigations."

A caller from the 3000 block of Neal Zick Road requested the Willard Fire Department respond to a small field fire.

A local apartment complex resident reported her friend failed to return a borrowed vehicle, which had been gone for over a month.

July 17

Released a boy, who was out past curfew at the intersection of Main and Pearl streets, to his father.

The Willard Fire Department responded to the 500 block of Central Avenue for a possible fire and downed power lines.

A local apartment complex resident reported two children playing outside her office all morning said they their mother had kicked them out of their house. Police found the mother and released the children to her.

The Willard Fire Department responded to a possible gas leak in the 500 block of Spring Street.

A Quail Creek Drive reported being threatened by a female suspect.

A Rae Court resident reported hearing what sounded like someone trying to break in.

A South Main Street resident reported receiving harassing phone calls from a male juvenile suspect.

July 18

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported vandalism to a church air conditioner.

An area resident accused three girls of smoking behind a garage in the 300 block of West Maple Street.

An East Walton Avenue business employee reported one of her employees was threatened by a male suspect.

July 19

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to a fire in the 400 block of Ohio 61.

Arrested a male juvenile on an undisclosed Erie County warrant on Tiffin Street and Myrtle Avenue. Police accused the boy of having drug paraphernalia and tobacco products in his possession.

A local apartment complex resident reported people who had been evicted that day were back at the apartment.

July 20

Responded to Front Street, where there was an unsupervised small child without clothing.

Checked a West Pearl Street address for a runaway juvenile at the request of Huron County Children Services. The girl was not there.

July 21

Ardanna Haynes, 28, of 1200 Pin Oak Drive, Willard, was charged with driving under the influence in connection with a Pin Oak Drive parking lot incident. She was released to a sober person.

Responded to a possible fight in front of a Myrtle Avenue business. Devin Edwards, 19, of Lucas, was charged with underage consumption and disorderly conduct and was released to his mother. A male juvenile was charged with underage consumption and released to his father.

Found a vehicle on Euclid Street with its rear driver's side window broken. Police determined someone threw a steel ball through the window.

An area resident reported seeing a male suspect open the trunk of a vehicle and take a handgun out of a briefcase in a South Conwell Avenue business parking lot. Police found no vehicle matching the description.

Charlie R. Stephens, 26, of 125 Hayes St., Willard, was arrested on a Richland County contempt of court warrant.

An area resident accused two male suspects of pulling into the drive-through of a South Conwell Avenue business and taking a flat of PowerAde.

July 22

A Woodbine Street resident reported being assaulted.

A West Sandusky Street resident reported his truck was stolen. Police later found the vehicle and driver on Townline Road 12 and released the truck to the owner. The incident remains under investigation.

David Gonzales 40, whose address was unknown, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Myrtle Avenue business incident.

A Motson Street resident reported her husband became upset and accused him of destroying things in the home.

A Rae Court resident reported finding pry marks on her door.

An area resident requested an officer check on the well-being of a toddler she saw hanging outside an upstairs window on Spring Street.

An area motorist, while at the intersection of Keefer and Washington streets, reported her 13-year-old son hit her "because she would not take him to get something to drink."

A Motson Street resident requested an officer remove a girl from the home because she threw away medication she was supposed to take and didn't abide by household rules.

A Pleasant Street resident reported a green, glass-gazing ball was missing from her yard.

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