Norwalk teen pleads innocent to stealing credit card from acquaintance

Suspect faces February trial for felony charge.
Cary Ashby
Nov 30, 2012


A Norwalk teen accused of stealing and using an acquaintance's credit card pleaded innocent Monday in Huron County Common Pleas Court.

Kenneth L. Ansel II, 18, of 16 E. Quail Hollow Drive, is charged with receiving stolen property, which is punishable by six to 12 months behind bars. The suspected Oct. 20 incident involved a debit card which had been stolen from a woman's purse. A prosecutor has said Ansell is an acquaintance of the victim, whom Ansell is prohibited from contacting.

"He made admissions to using the card at several (businesses) in Norwalk," Norwalk Assistant Law Director Scott Christophel said in October.

Ansel earlier posted 10 percent of a $5,000 bond. His trial is set for Feb. 21.



Another child from a great family, good upbringing. Only problem? raised to good and grownup with a sense of entitlement. Kinda like the golden spoon syndrome. All a person wants to do is give there kids all the headstarts they possibly can, then to do this to your folks?? Just a generational entitlement, no respect thing?? i guess???


Silver spoon?


isnt his sister a prostitute?

Estrella Damm

I did not know that innocent was a plea. Must be something new, I thought it was guilty, not guilty, or no contest.