Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL Ashley N. Henry, 16, of 50 Crestwood Drive, Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Thursday after she went off the north side of Wiloughby road into a ditch. Willard EMS transported Henry and Alicia N. Johnson, 17, of 19 N. Main St., Willard, to Mercy Hospital of Willard both with minor injuries. Further information about the patients' medical status is unavailable.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

HIGHWAY PATROL

Ashley N. Henry, 16, of 50 Crestwood Drive, Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Thursday after she went off the north side of Wiloughby road into a ditch. Willard EMS transported Henry and Alicia N. Johnson, 17, of 19 N. Main St., Willard, to Mercy Hospital of Willard both with minor injuries. Further information about the patients' medical status is unavailable.

Justine R. Long, 19, of Munroe Falls, was charged with failure to control Saturday after she failed to negotiate a right-hand turn onto the U.S. 20 eastbound ramp from Ohio 18 and hit a guardrail.

Jerrod M. Gilbert, 26, of 9 Jefferson St., was charged with failure to control Saturday after he went off the left side of New State Road into a ditch. North Central EMS transported him to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with minor injuries. Further information about his medical status is unavailable.

Troopers are investigating an accident Sunday. The unknown driver of a 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass failed to negotiate a Niver Road curve and went off the road and hit a pole. The driver fled the scene.

Joan E. Swander, 62, of 3805 New State Road, Willard, hit a deer Monday on New State Road.

MONROEVILLE PD

The Milan Police Department reported having Jeremy S. Meade, 33, of 9 1/2 N. Prospect St., in custody on a warrant Thursday. He was charged with failure to show proof of alcohol counseling on a telephone harassment conviction and transported to the Huron County Jail.

Jennifer S. Kirsch, 41, f 39 Fulton St., Monroeville, was charged with driving under the influence Saturday in connection with an Ohio 547 traffic stop. She was cited and released to a sober person.

Jeremiah M. Meacham, 18, of 154 1/2 Woodlawn Ave., Norwalk, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana during a River Road traffic stop and released.

NORWALK FIRE

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 1:24 p.m. Monday at 102 State St. Returned to station at 1:42.

Removed a tent from 111 State St. at 1:22 p.m. Monday after being flagged down. Returned to station at 1:52.

Assisted New London Township Volunteer Fire Department with extinguishing a field fire at 12:12 p.m. Monday on Prospect Road. Returned to station at 1:24.

NORWALK POLICE

An employee of a Benedict Avenue business reported that someone dropped off a sofa, chairs, mattress, and a wooden shelf.

The owner of a Milan Avenue business found a silver and blue Roadmaster Mt. Fury under his porch Monday.

A West Hooker Street, New London, resident brought assorted old ammunition to the station for disposal Monday.

Hershel Prater Jr., 66, of 26 Spring St., was arrested on three warrants Monday and charged with failing to pay fines and costs. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

Arrested a 17-year-old North Garden Street girl Monday in connection with being unruly at Norwalk High School. She was released to her case worker who transported her to her foster parent. She has been suspended for 10 days from school.

Arrested a 15-year-old East Main Street boy and charged him with theft and resisting arrest Monday.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

A North Old State Road resident reported his digital camera and related paraphernalia was stolen from his unlocked business truck Monday.

The Norwalk Police Department received a call Monday from a Milan Avenue resident about someone shooting in the woods.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a Washburn Road, Willard, domestic incident Monday.

A Hartland Center Road, Collins, resident reported her son lost his silver Verizon Motorola cell phone Monday.

A Holiday Drive, Willard, resident reported seeing a suspicious red pickup truck Monday.

A New State Road, Greenwich, resident reported an unruly juvenile Monday.

An area resident requested extra patrol near a Murray Road, New London construction site for an unspecified reason Monday.

The Bellevue Police Department reported having Richard V. Mitchell Jr., 24, of Washington Courthouse, in custody on two contempt of court warrants. He is serving 10 days at the Huron County Jail.

WILLARD POLICE

The April 12-15 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

April 12

Accused someone of running from an officer at the Willard High School baseball field. Police discovered damage to the sign for the home dugout.

A caller reported a male driver drove off without paying for gasoline from a Main Street business.

A South Myrtle Avenue resident accused a female suspect of kicking out a window. The caller later reported restitution was made for the window and did not want to pursue charges.

Melissa M. Collins, 28, of 209 N. Conwell Ave., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant after police responded to a loud noise complaint on South Main Street. She also was charged with drug abuse and possession of a drug abuse instrument. Collins was transported to the Huron County Jail.

April 13

Tammy Duncan, whose age was unavailable, of 515 E. Howard St., Willard, who was arrested on contempt of court warrants.

A Pearl Street resident reported the theft of some money.

A Park Street resident reported missing a charcoal grill.

A Dale Avenue resident reported being threatened.

Jimmy Lopez, whose age was unavailable, of 18 Front Street, Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with an incident in the area of Myrtle and Front streets

April 14

Olegario Roblero-Leon, whose age was unavailable, of 225 Keefer St., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct and an open container violation.

April 15

Tony Barnett, whose age was unavailable, of 542 W. Laurel Street, Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with a Woodbine Street incident.

Responded to an intoxicated male suspect on Maple Street who later was taken home by a sober driver.

A Dale Avenue resident reported a theft.

A Huron County Juvenile Court probation officer requested an officer check on the well-being of a someone under supervision. The person was fine and still on the required monitor device.

A Dale Avenue resident reported vehicle damage.

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