The Willard Police Department blotter covering July 30 through Aug. 5 had the following highlights:
An East Emerald Street business owner reported the rear gate was broken. Nothing appeared to be missing except a cat that escaped.
An area resident accused a male juvenile suspect of making improper comments and acting disorderly at the Willard City Pool.
An area resident reported someone threw beer bottles at him and his friend at the intersection of Woodbine Street and Woodland Avenue.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to a small fire in the woods behind Quail Creek.
An area resident accused a male juvenile suspect of stealing his son's bicycle from the park.
The Willard Fire Department responded to 300 block of Woodbine Street for an undisclosed investigation.
A Willard City Pool employee requested an officer accompany him to Motson Street to advise an undisclosed male he was suspended from the pool for the rest of the season.
A local gas station customer reported a male suspect punched his vehicle.
An area resident reported an attempted break-in at the pavilion in the 300 block of North Main Street.
A West Maple Street landlord reported several items were missing after a female suspect moved from the rental property, which was damaged.
An area resident requested an officer check West Pearl Street about possible illegal drinking and drugs in the house.
A West Laurel Street resident reported catching three juvenile suspects attempting to break into her vehicle.
Eugene Lawrence, 85, of 518 Fink St., Willard, was charged with failure to yield in connection with an accident at the intersection of Myrtle and Woodland avenues.
A local apartment complex resident reported missing several items.
An Ash Street business employee requested assistance with removing an intoxicated male suspect who had taken off his clothes.
A Pleasant Street resident reported her grandson who was on an ankle monitor left the residence. An officer found the boy later under the influence of alcohol and carrying a set of nunchakus. He was transported to Erie County Juvenile Detention Center.
A Washington Street resident reported a domestic dispute.
Found what appeared to be stolen wire from CSX in the 600 block of Pleasant Street.
A Hillcrest Drive resident reported being threatened over the telephone.
Conducted an unspecified search warrant in the 600 block of Pleasant Street.
A Hayes Street resident reported his son's bicycle was missing.
A Tiffin Street resident reported a vehicle break-in.
An area resident accused someone of taking money from her checking account.
Found two children missing from South Myrtle Avenue in an alley near the police station and returned them to their mother.
Residents on Hillcrest and Timothy drives reported several items were missing after vehicle break-ins.
Advised of accidents on South Conwell Avenue and Maplewood Avenue.
Jessica Jordan, 20, of 766 Townline Road 12, Willard, was charged with a red light violation in connection with an accident at the intersection of Conwell Avenue and Tiffin Street.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 hang-up call from the 200 block of East Howard Street.
The state Highway Patrol requested back-up at a residence in the 100 block of Dale Avenue to locate an unspecified suspect in a hit-skip accident.
Michael Ellis, 29, of 314 Crestwood Drive, Willard, was charged with driving under the influence in connection with an East Howard Street incident. Police were assisting an ambulance at the time.
A Woodbine Street resident accused a couple of male juvenile suspects of throwing a rock and breaking the window at a neighbor's garage. n A West Pearl Street resident reported someone stole his maple tree.
A Hayes Street resident reported someone returned a trash can that was stolen two weeks ago.
A Spring Street resident accused a group of juveniles of "showing their private parts to everyone" while riding bicycles in the area.
A West Pearl Street reported someone egged his house. Police found eggs on the ground, but none had hit the residence or vehicles.
Margarito G. Velasco, 36, of 429 N. Main St., Willard, and Eduardo Sanchez, 42, of Norwalk, whose specific address is unknown, were charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a fight at Myrtle Avenue business. Velasco was released to a sober person. Sanchez was transported to the Huron County Jail, where he remains in custody.
Michael Turner, 25, of 108 W. Pearl St., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Myrtle Avenue business incident. He was released to a sober person.
Arrested two female juvenile suspects on undisclosed charges after several juveniles fled from an officer in the area of Howard Street and Crestwood Drive. The two girls were released later to their mothers.
An area resident reported finding his stolen air compressor in the 200 block of Woodland Avenue.
Jason Oney, 30 of 4607 Egypt Road, Willard, was arrested on contempt or court warrants. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.
A West Emerald Street resident reported an altercation.
Gregory R. Huff, 18, of 80 1/2 N. Foster St., was cited Tuesday on Lovers Lane Road after his vehicle went left of center and struck a vehicle driven by Lyllian C. Casperson, 83, of 4315 Delamatre Road, Monroeville. No injuries were reported.
Deputies assisted Willard police with a possible burglary investigation at a Neal Zick Road address Wednesday.
Erin E. Alge, 35, of 108 Fairway Circle, was cited for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and going left of center Wednesday on Milan Avenue.
Deputies responded to a possible fight on South Old State Road.
A Scranton Road, Collins, resident reported a theft from a vehicle Wednesday.
A U.S. 250, New London, resident reported the theft of tools from the residence Wednesday.
James E. Mosley Jr., 30, of Vermilion, was arrested Wednesday on a local warrant for failing to report to jail on the original charge of no operator's license. He will spend 10 days in the county jail.
James R. Porter, of 25 Mechanic St., Shiloh, was arrested Wednesday on a Huron County Common Pleas Court warrant for aggravated robbery, robbery and theft. He was transported to the Huron County Jail to await a court hearing.
An Ohio 60, Wakeman, resident reported a suspicious vehicle Wednesday.
A U.S. 250, New London, resident reported the theft of cash from the residence Wednesday.
A U.S. 20 resident reported a dispute with a neighbor, causing deputies to respond Wednesday.
Deputies responded to a possible domestic situation at a U.S. 20, Wakeman, residence Wednesday.
Deputies responded to a possible domestic situation at an Elm Street, New London, residence Wednesday.
Four juveniles were cited for curfew violations and one for driving while violating restrictions today.
Christopher A. Ferguson, 35, no address available, was arrested Wednesday on a local warrant for failure to appear on the original charge of resisting arrest. He was transported to the Huron County Jail.
An employee of a Cleveland Road business reported a possible check fraud Wednesday.
A Townsend Avenue resident showed police his vehicle windshield was shot out by BBs Wednesday.
A Whittlesey Avenue resident reported vandalism Wednesday. NORWALK FIRE
Responded to 196 Main St. at 9:24 p.m. Wednesday for a burned out television in room 208 at Twilight Gardens. Removed television and returned to station at 10.
Responded to 175 Shady Lane Drive at 2:16 p.m. Wednesday when a smoke detector malfunctioned. Returned to station at 3:10.