Man accused of breaking into ex's home

A Norwalk man faces a felony charge on allegations he broke into his ex-girlfriend's home Wednesday. Thomas G. Sterling Jr., 25, of 13 Glover Ave., is accused of kicking the door of an East Main Street home after his ex-girlfriend didn't respond to him knocking on the door, Norwalk Assistant Law Director Stuart O'Hara said.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

A Norwalk man faces a felony charge on allegations he broke into his ex-girlfriend's home Wednesday.

Thomas G. Sterling Jr., 25, of 13 Glover Ave., is accused of kicking the door of an East Main Street home after his ex-girlfriend didn't respond to him knocking on the door, Norwalk Assistant Law Director Stuart O'Hara said.

A judge has told Sterling to stay off the premises of the victim's home and not contact the woman. He was released Thursday morning from the Huron County Jail.