Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL Jill N. Klinker, 28, of 786 Jennifer Road, Attica, hit a deer Tuesday on Snyder Road.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

HIGHWAY PATROL

Jill N. Klinker, 28, of 786 Jennifer Road, Attica, hit a deer Tuesday on Snyder Road.

Cassaundra N. Brock, 20, of 601 Lisa Lane, Willard, hit a deer Saturday on Ohio 103.

Hiram B. Smith, 21, of 2845 Ohio 162, Willard, was charged with maximum bumper height; modifying vehicle; disconnecting suspension system after lowered his farm equipment Monday onto Ridge Road, causing damage to the road.

NORWALK FIRE

Responded to a small woods fire Tuesday at 8:57 p.m. Tuesday at 520 Milan Ave. in the northeast corner of the field. The fire was likely started some time earlier in the day and is under investigation. Returned to station at 10.

Assisted North Central EMS in lifting a patient at 5:39 p.m. at 105 Concord Court. Returned to station at 6:17.

Assisted the Huron County Sheriff's Office with a vehicle recovery at the Norwalk Memorial Reservoir at 5:50 p.m. Tuesday. The Willard Fire Department dive team located the vehicle about 75 feet off shore in 15 feet of water. They attached a cable from a tow truck to the automobile and it was pulled onto shore. There was no evidence of vehicle contaminants released into reservoir. Returned to station at 7:25.

NORWALK POLICE

Linda L. Davenport, 17, of 3 Arlington Circle, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Tuesday after hitting the rear of the vehicle driven by August C. Maschari, 33, of 101 Parsons St., when the vehicle stopped abruptly for the railroad grade flashers on Old State Road near Akron Road.

Melinda S. Thornsberry, 36, of Shiloh, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Tuesday after hitting the rear of the vehicle driven by Roberta Nelson, 51, of 5637 Ohio 162 East, New London, at the intersection of Woodlawn Avenue and Old State Road.

A Norwalk man reported losing his cell phone Tuesday.

A Norwalk woman reported losing her cell phone while at Benedict Avenue or Whittlesey Avenue business Tuesday.

A Chatham Street resident reported his garage was entered sometime recently and a rifle, bow and three cases of pop were taken Tuesday.

A Summit Street resident reported trucks dumping pieces of concrete and asphalt on the bank of the creek behind her residence Tuesday

Responded to a Woodlawn Avenue business about a sick raccoon in the drive next to buildings Tuesday. Lying on ground, unable to stand, in obvious distress, "the animal was humanely destroyed with the animal control rifle."

A Morely Drive resident reported her ATM card has been missing for two weeks. She learned Tuesday the card had been used at a Cline Street business and $40 was withdrawn.

A woman accused a male suspect of breaking the windshield of her vehicle, damaging her passenger side door and stealing the keys from the car after an argument Tuesday at McGuan Park. The suspect has not been located and the matter has been forwarded to the Norwalk Law Director for consideration of charges.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

A Peru Road, Monroeville, resident reported a non physical domestic dispute Tuesday.

A Neal Zick Road, Willard, resident reported his son and red, 1995 Chevrolet Cavalier were missing Tuesday.

A U.S. 20 resident reported his lawn tractor missing and requested an officer be present while he retrieved some clothes from the residence Tuesday.

A U.S. 20 resident reported receiving harassing telephone calls Tuesday.

Responded to a report that graffiti had been spray painted on some of the buildings at Ries Farms on Ohio 269, where tires had also been slashed Tuesday.

A Ferris Lane resident request an officer be present while he retrieved personal items Tuesday.

Responded to a tree across the road Tuesday on Gibbs Road just west of Ohio 601. The tree was removed from the roadway.

A Zenobia Road, Wakeman, resident reported someone ran over their mailbox Tuesday.

Responded to a report of a suspicious pedestrian accused of looking in windows Tuesday.

An alarm was activated at North Fairfield Library on Tuesday. A deputy responded and advised a door was open, secured it and checked other doors, which were secure.

Responded to a request from the Erie County Sheriff's Office to check a Norwich Road, Willard, address for a suspect wanted on a warrant Tuesday.