Crime/accidents

WILLARD POLICE The April 9-11 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights: April 9 A West Walton Avenue resident accused a male juvenile suspect of using a stolen check. The boy was arrested and charged with using a stolen check he found in a garbage can.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

WILLARD POLICE

The April 9-11 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

April 9

A West Walton Avenue resident accused a male juvenile suspect of using a stolen check. The boy was arrested and charged with using a stolen check he found in a garbage can.

Travis Valentine, 30, of 2948 Neal Zick Road, Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant. He was transported to the Huron County Jail.

An area resident reported her purse was stolen from her vehicle while parked on Ridgewood Drive.

A West Maple Street resident reported a power washer and power drill were missing from his garage. He said they may have been stolen when other items were taken last year.

A Euclid Street resident accused a relative of forging and cashing checks without his permission. The incident is under investigation.

Anthony Heyman, 39, of 21 Rae Court, Willard, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Rae Court baseball field incident.

A Front Street resident reported someone attempted to steal his vehicle. An officer determined the ignition had been damaged.

Taran Niedermeier, 23, of 1022 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant.

Shawn E. England, 32, of 4182 Ohio 598, Plymouth, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant and charged with possession of drug instruments in connection with a South Myrtle Avenue traffic stop. He was transported to the Huron County Jail.

April 10

A Linden Lane resident reported seeing a male suspect in her vehicle when she took her dog out. When she screamed, he ran. Nothing was missing. The caller wasn't sure of a description or where the man went.

The previous complainant located a wallet and other items belonging to a neighbor in his yard and were returned. Police reported another vehicle break-in and several items were taken.

An employee of a local gas station reported a customer left without paying for gasoline. The male suspect attempted to pay with a credit card, but the card was denied. He then left without making arrangements for payment.

A caller reported a vehicle drove through the driveway between the school buildings. The vehicle stopped and a man jumped on the vehicle causing damage to the windshield.

A Central Avenue resident reported several items had been stolen from her residence after she returned from being gone for a week.

A West Pearl Street resident reported domestic violence.

A Clark Street resident reported receiving a threatening domestic phone call.

A West Walton Avenue resident accused someone of gaining entry to the property by cutting an exterior fence then entered 11 vehicles, taking the stereos from the vehicles.

A West Maple Street resident reported her vehicle had been entered last night. She requested extra patrol in the area.

April 11

An Ash Street resident reported his building had been broken into and several items were taken. The incident remains under investigation.

A Woodland Avenue resident reported being chased by her neighbor. She later sought medical treatment for an injured ankle.

A caller reported being involved in a hit-skip accident at a U.S. 224 business. The incident remains under investigation.

A West Pearl Street resident reported her son was being unruly and threw hot chili on his sister. Officers arrested the boy and charged him with domestic violence. He was transported to Sandusky County Juvenile Detention Center, pending a hearing in Huron County Juvenile Court.