Jeffrey I. Adams, 45, of 726 Myrtle Ave., Willard, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way Thursday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Sharon Jeffreys, 40, of 410 E. Walton St., Willard, at the intersection of Ohio 4 and Pontiac Section Line Road.
Dawn R. Graham, 32, of North Ridgeville, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to control Thursday after she went off the right side of Ohio 60 and hit a ditch, flipping her sport utility vehicle on its side.
Natividad Espinoza, 41, of 119 Dale Ave., Willard, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to control Friday after he went off the left side of May Road and hit a ditch, rolling over his minivan. He reported minor injuries, but wasn't transported.
Kenneth W. Noble Jr., 23, whose address was unavailable, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with urinating next to a Linwood Avenue dumpster Friday.
Timothy M. Adkins, 24, of 9 1/2 S. Linwood Ave., was arrested on three warrants Friday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. He is serving a 20-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.
A Huron motorist reported the driver of an unknown vehicle hit her sport utility vehicle which was parked on private property at the intersection of Paige and North Foster streets Saturday and fled the scene.
Abby J. Brustsche, 17, of 36 Chatham St., was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way Saturday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Jude A. Wagner, 54, of Sandusky, at the intersection of Norwood and Benedict avenues.
Annamarie L. Roth, 28, of 1700 Old State Road, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with being the passenger during a traffic stop Saturday at the intersection of North Hester and West Monroe streets. The driver, Adam Riley, 26, of 37 Oakwood Drive, was charged with driving under the influence. Roth was cited and released to a relative.
Kenneth A. Derby, 24, whose address was unavailable, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Whittlesey Avenue incident Saturday. Police said Derby "became somewhat belligerent" while on station and after being released, tore the copy of his citation.
Spotted a juvenile male suspect who fled through the back yards on the north side of West Main Street on Saturday. While officers attempted to find the boy, another officer reported he ran through a nursing home property, over to a Jefferson Street mobile home park and into a business property. A citizen reported seeing the suspect on Newton Street and cut over to Baker Street. Police were unable to find him and the 17-year-old boy with him earlier who didn't run said he met the suspect while walking on North West Street.
Several people flagged down an officer at the corner of Whittlesey Avenue and Ohio Street and reported the assault of a 16-year-old boy Saturday. Collins E. Lindsey, 18, was arrested later and charged with assault and underage consumption.
Kathleen Munson, 33, of 808 W. Main St., Apt. 18, Bellevue, was transferred from Sandusky County authorities on a local contempt of court warrant Saturday. The original charge was passing a bad check. She is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.
A Whittlesey Avenue business customer reported losing a money envelope at the store Saturday. The incident remains under investigation.
An area resident reported finding a silver and blue Mongoose bicycle abandoned Saturday on Grand Avenue.
An area resident reported a larger dog attacked her Shetland Sheepdog Collie while they were walking on a High Street sidewalk and her dog suffered a gash deep enough for stitches. The dog owner said the dog jumped over a gate and had bitten another smaller dog in December. She made arrangements at a veterinarian's office to pay for the victim's expenses. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director's office for the consideration of charges.
A West Seminary Street resident reported the theft of $100 from his home Saturday.
A 13-year-old Norwalk boy accused another boy of punching him in the mouth Sunday at the St. Paul Festival.
A Milan Avenue resident reported an 8-foot tall pole and 4-foot by 6-foot MIA flag were missing Sunday after her family returned from the drive-in theater.
A Par Court resident reported the theft of his employer's Matrix laptop computer and his brown bi-fold wallet from his vehicle Sunday.
Responded to a Bouscay Avenue apartment complex Sunday about a male suspect chasing another man, who reportedly touched the other man's daughter inappropriately. Jeremy W. Adams, 22, whose address was unavailable, was charged with disorderly conduct and held in the city jail until sober. SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Lorain County Sheriff's Office requested a deputy go to Nash Road, Collins, to determine who owns a locked vehicle Friday. The owner was expected to call Lorain County.
The Lorain Police Department requested a deputy check for a girl missing from their city Friday. A deputy found her and transferred her to a Lorain officer.
Contacted the Norwalk Fire Department about a vehicle fire Friday on North U.S. 250.
Dispatched the Townsend Township Fire Department to Jericho Road, south of Zenobia Road, in response to a 9-1-1 call about an abandoned house on fire Friday. Firefighters requested water from the Norwalk Fire Department and Ohio Edison officials shut off the power. A neighbor called about six hours later that the fire rekindled.
The Monroeville Police Department reported having Rebecca L. Dailey, 20, of 40 Surrey Court, No. 4D, in custody on a warrant Friday during a Herrick Alley traffic stop. She was charged with one count of passing bad checks.
A U.S. 20, Bellevue, business employee reported the theft of used tires from a rack behind the building Friday.
An area resident reported the garage door was off track after someone apparently tired to her enter her son's Ohio 601 home Friday.
A South Norwalk Road resident reported a missing/runaway juvenile Friday.
A South Norwalk Road resident reported telephone harassment Friday.
A Mills Road, Willard, resident reported mailbox vandalism Friday.
An area motorist reported seeing a driver knock down "all the barrels" Friday on Troy Mills Road, Monroeville.
Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation at a New State Road address Friday.
A U.S. 20, Collins, resident reported finding an abandoned green and black Huffy bicycle Friday.
An area resident accused a male suspect wearing blue jean shorts and a red shirt of aiming a pistol at an unknown target Friday while lying in a U.S. 20, Bellevue, ditch.
An area resident reported vehicle vandalism at a U.S. 20 business Friday.
A West Main Street, North Fairfield, resident reported vehicles were having to stop to avoid hitting a group of juvenile pedestrians Friday.
A Fisher-Titus Medical Center emergency room employee reported treating a patient involved in a dirt bike accident Sunday at the intersection of Scranton and DeRussey roads.
A Maple Ridge Road, Willard, resident reported dirt bikes were being loud Sunday.
An area resident requested a deputy check the North Fairfield Street Department garage Sunday where people were riding up and down the driveway.
An Ohio 598, Plymouth, resident accused a male suspect of hitting a girl and chasing the complainant's 12-year-old sister and a 13-year-old girl Sunday.
An area motorist reported theft of house keys, a purse, identification cards and cell phone from her vehicle at an Ohio 18 business Sunday.
An area resident requested a deputy check on the well-being of a 19-year-old female and her 3-month-old daughter at U.S. 20 business Sunday. Ralph A. Rodriguez, 24, of 704 U.S. 20, Apt. B, later was arrested and charged with domestic violence. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.
An East U.S. 20, Wakeman, resident reported a neighbor was disturbing the peace by banging on the doors since 11 p.m. Sunday.
A Townline Road 187, New London, resident accused several juvenile suspects of smashing mailboxes Sunday. The complainant reported there was "some type of liquid in his mailbox."
An area resident reported losing her Alltel cell phone at an Ohio 18 business Sunday.
An area resident requested a deputy keep the peace during a West Ashtabula Street, North Fairfield, domestic situation Sunday.
An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident reported a suspicious person was in the area Sunday.
A South Old State Road resident reported domestic violence Sunday.
A South U.S. 250, New London, resident reported a domestic dispute Sunday.
Responded to a possible drugs complaint involving a vehicle at an Ohio 103, Willard, business Sunday. NORWALK FIRE
Received a call about a mercury spill at 11:05 a.m. Friday at 100 Eastwood Drive. The Huron County Emergency Management Agency already had been called and the owner was going to call a private cleaning contractor. Returned to station at 11:45.
Responded to a smoke smell complaint at 8:49 p.m. Friday and found a teenager with a small fire in the back yard of 77 Foster St. Firefighters told the teen to extinguish the fire and discussed open burning laws with the teen's parents when they came home. Returned to station at 9:12.
Responded to an alarm activation caused by a low battery signal on the electronic clock at 9:21 a.m. Saturday at 6 High St. Returned to station at 9:40.
Responded to light aircraft that slid into a ditch after landing on Laylin Road because of a fuel problem at 9:50 a.m. Saturday. Returned to station at 11:10.
Responded to an open burning complaint at 3:50 p.m. at 32 N. Pleasant St. Returned to station at 4.
Responded to a minor injury accident at 7:21 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Norwood Avenue and Oak Street. Firefighters assisted North Central EMS with patient care and cleaned up a related antifreeze spill with oil dry. Returned to station at 7:55.