Crime/accidents

WILLARD POLICE The June 4-10 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights: June 4 Reported the stereo was missing from an unlocked vehicle on East Maple Street.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

WILLARD POLICE

The June 4-10 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

June 4

Reported the stereo was missing from an unlocked vehicle on East Maple Street.

A Kennedy Drive resident reported someone broke a window out of his construction truck and stole several items.

A caller accused someone of a South Myrtle Avenue business break-in. The incident remains under investigation.

A caller reported someone broke into the bill exchange machine in the 1300 block of South Conwell Avenue. About 25 minutes later, police responded to another business break-in in the same area. Nothing seemed to be missing from a vandalized cabinet in the second incident. Both incidents remain under investigation.

A Kennedy Drive resident found a tool in his vehicle that didn't belong to him. The incident remains under investigation.

A West Perry Street resident reported an attempted burglary.

Residents on Clark Street and Kennedy Drive reported someone rummaged through their vehicles.

A West Maple Street resident reported a burglary, which remains under investigation.

A Spring Street resident reported losing a puppy.

June 5

An Elizabeth Street resident accused a male suspect of taking some items. The complainant, who had a restraining order against the suspect, was advised to contact the Shelby Police Department because it was a Shelby offense.

Delores Ceja, 30, of 313 Park St., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant and released to the Huron County Sheriff's Office. She remains in custody at the Huron County Jail.

Mark Jasper, 26, of 4221 Broad St., Willard, turned himself in on a felonious assault warrant and was released to the Huron County Sheriff's Office. He remains in custody at the Huron County Jail.

An area motorist reported the theft of a cell phone from his vehicle while parked in the Blossom Centre parking lot.

June 6

Reported damage to a pop machine in the 100 block of West Walton Avenue.

An employee of a local gas station reported being threatened by a customer because she wouldn't sell tobacco products to him without any identification.

A South West Avenue resident reported a seat and battery were stolen from an old lawnmower in his garage.

Marianna K. Worcester, 37, of 5126 Scottwood Drive, Willard, was charged with improper backing in connection with a South Myrtle Avenue accident.

An area motorist reported money blew out of her car window in the area of Main and Woodland streets. She said a couple got out of another vehicle, picked up the money and left.

A caller reported his 16-year-old son ran from a Clark Street home and he couldn't find him. Police determined the incident took place outside of Willard and contacted the Huron County Sheriff's Office.

June 7

Residents on East and West Walton Avenue reported burglaries. The East Walton Avenue incident remains under investigation.

An area motorist reported someone entered his vehicle and stole some change.

Responded to a burglary at an East Walton Avenue business, which remains under investigation.

A South West Avenue resident reported items were stolen from his garage.

A caller reported someone rummaged through a vehicle on Butte Street.

Cesar Matos, 31, of 639 Pleasant St., Willard, was charged with failure to yield at a stop sign in connection with an accident at the intersection of Tiffin and Maplewood streets.

A West Pearl Street resident reported a shed had been broken into. The incident remains under investigation.

June 8

A caller reported domestic violence at a local apartment complex. Both people involved showed signs of assault and officers were unable to determine who the aggressor was. Neither of them wished to file charges. Police forwarded domestic violence paperwork to the Willard Law Director for the consideration of charges.

Martha S. Barnett, 58, of 508 Loris Lane, Willard, was arrested on a warrant and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. She was released June 13 from the Huron County Jail after making a pay agreement with Norwalk Municipal Court.

A caller reported someone had broken into the main office at the pool. The incident remains under investigation.

A caller from local apartment complex reported her boyfriend kicked in the door to the apartment. Joseph Lukitsh, 23, of 611 Wessor Drive, Willard, was arrested on several warrants and charged with two counts of forgery and four counts of contempt of court. He remains in custody at the Huron County Jail.

June 9

The Huron County Sheriff's Office requested assistance with an unspecified arrest on South West Avenue.

June 10

A West Pearl Street resident reported several items were missing from her yard. The incident remains under investigation.