The Willard Police Department blotter covering Aug. 13 through 19 had the following highlights:
A local gas station employee reported a man suspected of being intoxicated was looking for a bar and there was a child in the vehicle. An officer didn't see the driver actually driving, but found a ride for the occupants.
Dionisio H. Zacarias 327 Front St., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with passing out in Keefer Street yard.
A South Myrtle Avenue reported two juveniles on bicycles ran off after giving her an empty coin roll after asked her to exchange a roll of quarters worth $10.
A West U.S. 224 business employee reported there was a man there wearing an ankle monitor. Police reported no problems.
A Crestwood Drive resident reported the theft of a video game unit.
Nothing appeared to be missing and there was no sign of forced entry after a Tamarack Drive resident returned home to find the front door open.
Rae and Keefer court residents missing bicycles.
Advised of an accident involving two tractor-trailers in a South Conwell Avenue business parking lot.
Completed missing person's paperwork about a North Main Street girl.
Searched for a male suspect wanted on several warrants at a Front Street address.
An area resident reported smelling marijuana near a large group of young males and females on Spring Street.
Jeffrey Patton, 36, of 197 Rigg St., Plymouth, was arrested on Shelby Municipal Court contempt of court warrants and was released to the Shelby Police Department. Police found two unknown types of pills in his pocket during the First Street arrest.
An area resident reported a fire in the 3,000 block of Ohio 103.
A Blossom Centre business employee requested assistance with two female suspects who were trying to enter the store and had been advised earlier they weren't allowed inside.
Robert P. Danhoff Jr., 22, of 4070 Bevier Road, Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct after a Crestwood Drive resident someone was inside their vehicle. Danhoff told police he thought he was in a friend's vehicle.
An East Howard Street resident accused a domestic violence suspect of going outside with a baby.
A Park Street resident reported someone stole about $1 in change from a vehicle in an unlocked garage.
A Dale Avenue resident reported the violation of a temporary protection order in connection with receiving a letter from the suspect.
David Adkins, 40, of 54 Plymouth St., Plymouth, was arrested on two contempt of court warrants. He was released Aug. 23 from the Huron County Jail after making a pay agreement with Norwalk Municipal Court.
Krystyna Dover 29, of 410 E. Walton Ave., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant after she had accused a female suspect of punching her at a local apartment complex. Dover was released Aug. 20 from the Huron County Jail after being credited with time served.
A West Laurel Street resident accused his son of forging a check and taking his vehicle without permission.
Thomas G. Smith, 58, of Shelby, was charged with possession of marijuana after he left a plastic bag containing marijuana with change to be counted at a local business.
An area resident reported being threatened on South Main Street.
Dispatched an ambulance to an injury accident at the intersection of Townline Rd. 12 and Peru Center Road.
Canceled the request for an ambulance after police determined there were no injuries in an South Myrtle Avenue accident. T. Katherine Hinkle, 55, of Willard, was charged with driving left of center.
Performed a funeral escort for Secor's Funeral Service.
Dispatched an ambulance and the Willard Fire Department for mutual aid for Attica firefighters in response to an injury accident with entrapment at the intersection of township roads 12 and 197.
Charged a female juvenile suspect with burglary after a Dale Avenue resident reported witnessing her breaking into her home. She later was released to a guardian.
A local apartment complex resident reported a small boy was missing for several hours. He later was found sleeping underneath a bed.
An East Walton Avenue resident reported her daughter was being unruly, left and was at a neighbor's mobile home.
Ticketed and towed a vehicle parked illegally in front of a Front Street fire hydrant.
Salvador Santiz, whose age was unavailable, of 115 Fourth St., Willard, was charged with obstructing official business and released.
Cory Villiquette, whose age was unavailable, of 433 N. Main St., Willard, was charged with dog at large in connection with a stray dog running in the area.
A Park Street resident reported being threatened.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 hang-up call about a Washington Street altercation. No one wished to pursue charges.
A West Sandusky Street resident accused a bicyclist of damaging a vehicle.
Dispatched an ambulance to the intersection of Section Line Road 30 and U.S. 224 for mutual aid with AVR Fire in response to a vehicle accident.
A Spring Street resident reported the theft of some property.
An employee of Mercy Hospital of Willard reported treating a possible assault victim.
Charged a juvenile suspect with a curfew violation in connection with a Tiffin Street underpass incident and was released to a parent.
Residents from Pleasant and Laurel streets reported undisclosed thefts.
A Walton Avenue business employee reported the theft of vehicle accessories.
Contacted Huron County Children Services about undisclosed problems with a Washington Street child.
A Pleasant Street resident reported the theft of a bicycle.
A Huron County Children Services employee requested officers respond to Washington Street while someone retrieved some property.