The May 7-13 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:
A juvenile probation officer requested an officer check on a male juvenile because his monitor and phone were not working properly. There was no answer at the door. Later the probation officer called and said the boy had returned to school.
Daniel L. Young, 58, of 4855 Ohio 162, was charged with failure to yield from a left turn in connection with an accident at Woodbine and Maple streets.
A caller reported an unruly child. Police completed domestic violence paperwork and the female juvenile was transported to the Sandusky County Juvenile Detention Center.
Found a suspected marijuana roach in the ashtray during a traffic stop. Police forwarded a report forwarded to the Willard Law Director for the consideration of charges.
Charged a female juvenile with a stop sign violation in connection with an accident Tiffin and Park streets.
A caller accused four juveniles of shooting head stones with BB guns at Greenwood Cemetery.
A caller reported two males had been involved in a fist fight in the 100 block of Woodland Avenue. One of the suspects left and the other did not want to pursue charges.
Todd A. Newmyer, 43, of 3265 Neal Zick Road, Willard, was arrested on two undisclosed warrants. An officer saw Newmyer drop a syringe and kick it under his vehicle. He also was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
An employee of a Blossom Center business reported the theft of money.
A caller reported a vehicle in the parking lot of Discount Drug Mart with a child in the car and no car seat.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to the 200 block of Spring Street for a gas grill on fire.
A caller reported a fight in progress in the middle of the street in the 500 block of Woodbine Street.
A caller reported his camper was vandalized in the 200 block of West Emerald Street.
A Rae Court resident reported domestic violence and the male suspect fled on his bicycle. The complainant, who had been drinking, did not show signs of assault and said she did not want to pursue charges.
A Rae Court resident reported the theft of an angel statue from her apartment. An officer advised the caller was intoxicated and was accusing a male neighbor of stealing the angel. The suspect allowed officers to check his apartment and the angel was not there.
A caller reported catching two male juvenile suspects attempting to steal a bicycle from the 300 block of South Main Street. When caught, they threw the bike down and fled towards the park.
A Rae Court resident reported someone broke down the door of her apartment.
Provided unspecified assistance for a Huron County sheriff's deputy at a local apartment complex.
Kenny Sexton, 53, of 14 Sandusky St., Willard, was arrested on an undisclosed felony warrant.
A caller reported the 1 a.m. liquor license was being violated in the 400 block of Ash Street as her husband was there playing cards and they were serving alcohol. Only one person admitted to drinking. No card playing was observed and the owner of the bar was advised of the violation per his liquor license.
A Rae Court resident reported her mother's vehicle had been damaged.
Michael Schiffer, 45, of 414 Rae Court, Willard, was arrested and charged with persistent disorderly conduct in connection with a Rae Court domestic incident.
An employee of a West Walton Avenue business reported an employee theft.
Rebecca Reesor, 35, of 4327 Kirkwood Drive, Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with a West Tiffin Street accident.
A caller reported her cell phone was stolen from her purse at Willard High School.
A Clark Street resident reported a group of girls threatened her daughter. An officer determined the incident started at school and continued on the way home.
A West Laurel Street resident reported finding a backpack in the driveway.
A West Laurel Street resident reported his garage had been spray painted. He had painted over the graffiti.
Sherry L. Johnston, 44, of 39 Washington St., Willard, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Washington Street domestic incident.
A caller accused someone of using his ATM card.
A caller reported an accident at Mercy Hospital of Willard.
A caller from Mercy Hospital of Willard reported treating a male patient who had been assaulted on Front Street. The victim, who did not know who assaulted him, did not want to file charges.
A North Main Street resident accused two male subjects of chasing and threatening him.
A caller from Mercy Hospital of Willard reported a patient was being treated for injuries from a bicycle accident.
Megan Adams, 18, of 874 Silliman Road, Willard, was charged with failure to control in connection with running into another vehicle.
A caller reported a possible underage drinking party in the 700 block of Park Street. Todd Myers, 18, of 522 Cottonwood Drive, Willard; Jacob Miller, 18, of 807 Armstrong Drive, Willard; Megan Adams, 18, of 874 Silliman Road, Willard; Megan Clark, 18, of 649 Olive St., Willard; and Kyle Phillips, whose age was unavailable, of 622 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard, were arrested and charged with underage consumption.
Daniel P. Ortiz, 25, of 319 W. Maple St., Willard, was charged with driving under the influence.
Performed a traffic stop between Spring and Second streets. Edelmiro Gonzales, Jr., 24, of 110 Washington St., Willard, was charged with an open container violation and disorderly conduct. Daniel R. Perez, 20, of Lorain, was charged with an open container violation, disorderly conduct and underage consumption. They were released to a sober individual.
Ruth Wilcox, 57, of 822 Woodbine St., Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with a South Myrtle Avenue accident.
A Woodland Avenue resident reported the neighbor boys stated they knew where her dog was that had been stolen.
Dispatched the Willard Fire Department for a fuel spill at Townline Road 12 and Sectionline Road 30.
Alan A. Osborn, 18, of 727 W. Gardner Road, Bellevue, was arrested on a Sandusky County warrant and charged with violation of probation and underage consumption. He was released to the Sandusky County Sheriff's Office.
Jeremiah Meacham, 18, of 154 Woodlawn Ave., Norwalk, was charged with underage consumption and disorderly conduct. He was released to a sober individual.
An employee of a local gas station accused a male suspect of trying to fight him.
Charles Durham, Jr., 32, of Bucyrus, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant and was transported to the Huron County Jail.
A Huron County Juvenile Court probation officer requested an officer check on a female juvenile on an ankle monitor at South Myrtle Avenue, where there was a problem with the phone system.The girl's mother said her phone was not working.
A Kennedy Drive resident reported someone broke the lock off of his shed, but nothing was missing.
A Keefer Street resident reported several items were stolen from his front porch.