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Norwalk Reflector Staff • Oct 29, 2015 at 12:04 PM


n Deborah M. Matthews, 19, of Ashland, was charged with failure to control Tuesday after she went off the left side of Ohio 96 in Richland County, which was slushy, hit a sign and stopped in a ditch. She was not transported after reporting possible injuries.

n Rachael A. Phillips, 26, of 307 W. Emerald St., Willard, was charged with a lanes of travel violation Tuesday after she went off the right side of Ohio 61 while heading north and hit a mailbox. She returned to the road, crossed the center line and collided head-on with the southbound single unit truck driven by James R. Morgan, 45, of 1574 W. Ohio 162, North Fairfield. North Central EMS transported Phillips to Fisher-Titus Medical Center, where she was treated and released after being treated for serious injuries. Morgan was not transported after reporting possible injuries.


n A South Garfield Street resident reported domestic violence at a West Street party Tuesday when the couple were arguing over a set of keys and their infant daughter. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director’s office for the consideration of charges.


n Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 2:19 p.m. Wednesday at 1 Wedgewood Drive. Returned to station at 2:40.


n A local motorist reported the tailgate of his 2004 Jeep Cherokee Limited was caved in and the door handle was cracked Wednesday. The vehicle was parked at Fisher-Titus Medical Center near the cardiac rehab entrance when the damage occurred.

n A 17-year-old girl accused an 18-year-old male suspect of assaulting her at a Milan Avenue fast-food restaurant Wednesday.

n Picked up a 21-speed purple and silver Mongoose bicycle which was abandoned next to a Fruen Street apartment Wednesday.

n Cody S. Shoemaker, 20, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on a warrant Wednesday and charged with domestic violence. He was transported to the Huron County Jail and released later.

n Robbie L. Workman, 37, whose address was unavailable, turned himself on three warrants Wednesday and was released after posting bond. He was charged with telecommunications harassment out of a Greenwich Police Department case.

n A Huron County probation officer reported finding two small baggies with a small amount of marijuana in them in the pants pocket of a female defendant who came to the probation office for an appointment Wednesday. Rochelle M. Hammond, 22, whose address was unavailable, was charged with a misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana and released.

n Responded to a dog at large complaint Wednesday on Amber Way.


n A Zenobia Road resident reported telephone harassment Wednesday.

n A Ridgefield Township trustee reported the theft of four road signs and $500 fine littering signs Wednesday. The road signs came from the intersections of Huber and Settlement roads; Huber and Jacobs roads; Huber and Lamerauex roads; and Jacobs and Lovers Lane roads.

n A South Central High School employee reported an unruly juvenile refused to comply with the principal’s instructions Wednesday.

n Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about domestic violence and dispute Wednesday on Skinner Road, Plymouth.

n A U.S. 20, Collins, resident reported domestic violence Wednesday.

n An Ohio 99, Monroeville, resident reported being stalked Wednesday.

n A Collins Road, Collins, resident reported a break-in and theft Wednesday.

n Assisted a Norwalk police officer with making an arrest on an undisclosed Erie County warrant at a North U.S. 250 mobile home park Wednesday. Douglas A. Bleile, 45, of 25 Ridgewood Drive, was released to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office.

n An area motorist reported being involved in a minor accident in an East Ohio 61 business parking lot Wednesday.

n Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a Cook Road, New London, assault Wednesday.

n Angela M. Dewiel, 26, of Mansfield, was arrested on an undisclosed Mansfield Police Department warrant Wednesday and released to a Mansfield officer.

n Two Willard West Road, Willard, residents reported there were eight or nine snowmobiles in the area and trespassing Wednesday.


The Willard Police Department blotter covering Dec. 24 through 29 had the following highlights:

Dec. 24

n A local gas station employee reported an intoxicated female suspect left without paying for beer. An officer located the woman and transported her back to the store.

n A woman accused someone of taking advantage of her while she was “incoherent” at a local apartment. The complainant later recanted her story and did not want to proceed with an investigation.

n A Quail Creek resident reported several items were missing from his vehicle.

Dec. 25

n A Keefer Street resident reported her vehicle was stolen. Daniel R. Perez, 21, of Lorain, later was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and driving without a license. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail

n A local gas station employee reported a male suspect stole a case of beer.

n A Woodbine Street resident reported someone stole his vehicle, but had returned it. Police later discovered the vehicle was involved in a crash with a pole.

n A Motson Street resident reported someone spray-painted his home.

n Dustin Newmyer, 20, of 56 Mulberry St., Plymouth, was charged with underage consumption after he came to the station to fill out paperwork for a stolen vehicle.

n Lew M. Perdue, 41, of 950 Woodbine St., Willard, was charged with domestic violence. He was released Dec. 26 from the Huron County Jail.

Dec. 26

n A Washington Street resident reported his mother’s vehicle was stolen.

n The Huron County Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call from a female victim who reported domestic violence on Woodbine Street.

Dec. 27

n A local resident accused someone of identity theft when he was stopped by police in Toledo.

n The Ohio Department of Natural Resources requested an officer go to West Pearl Street and ascertain who was in the back seat of a vehicle that shot at a deer decoy in the wildlife area at the muck.

Dec. 28

n A resident in the 100 block of West Walton Avenue reported finding what appeared to be a piece of equipment from a bank drive-thru. The bank, earlier in the week, reported a customer drove off with the plastic tube.

n A Blossom Centre business employee reported a person was in the store who was not allowed to be there.

n A West U.S. 224 business employee accused a male driver of leaving without paying for gasoline.

n Kayla M. B. Blake, 19, of 311 Woodland Ave., Willard, was charged with improper backing in connection with an accident at the intersection of Woodland Avenue and Clark Street.

n The Huron County Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call from a local apartment complex about a gas leak in the furnace. The Willard Fire Department was dispatched.

n The two subjects involved in a Pleasant Street assault declined to file charges. Police didn’t see any signs of assault on either person.

n Dispatched an ambulance to West Avenue in response to an overdose.

Dec. 29

n David Kilgore Jr., 18, of 410 E. Walton Ave., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant. He was released later that day from the Huron County Jail after posting bond.

n A Pleasant Street resident reported being threatened by two suspects.

n A West U.S. 224 business employee requested police remove a female suspect from the property.

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