Accused safecrackers who had been living together in a car ordered to stay away from one another

Pair accused of burglarizing deceased person's residence plead innocent to felony charges.
Cary Ashby
Oct 11, 2012


Two Huron County teens pleaded innocent Tuesday to an allegation they burglarized a local deceased person's residence.

Norwalk resident Zoe M. Knott, 18, of 245A E. Main St., and Bryan N. Jordan, 19, of 230 Sandusky St., Bellevue, are charged with one count each of burglary, safecracking and theft. The felonies are in connection with an Aug. 18 incident in the 100 block of Norwood Avenue in Norwalk.

During Knott's arraignment, Huron County Prosecutor Russell Leffler requested Knott be prohibited from having any contact with Jordan.

"At the time of this offense, she was living in a car with Mr. Jordan," Leffler told Judge Jim Conway.

To read more about this story, see Wednesday's Reflector.






I have a question, IF they were married would they still be able to "order" them to stay away from each other.IF they were older? Not sure how they can do that with "adults". I have no sympathy for them, they are thieves and get what they deserve.


...bonnie and clyde...

Sitting In The ...

Absolutely Lady Dye

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How does she get mixed up with a loser like this?


I hope she listens to the court order. She has had a hard life. She's had learning disibilities and needs help. Norwalk needs more resources for homeless people.


*norwalk needs ANY resources for homeless people.


How are they supposed to stay away from each other in their car? One in the front seat and one in the trunk? Or do they have to take turns now? Or just get new car homes?

Brock Lee

how do they have a address if they live in a car is that where they park


1983 Honda Road?