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WILLARD POLICE The June 18-24 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

WILLARD POLICE

The June 18-24 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

June 18

An East Pearl Street resident reported someone broke into a shed behind the business. An officer reported the lock was broken, but nothing inside was disturbed.

A Cottonwood Drive resident reported her house had been shot with a pink paint ball.

A Woodland Avenue resident reported running off someone on the property who left with possible drug paraphernalia.

June 19

An employee of Mercy Hospital of Willard reported receiving several obscene telephone calls.

A caller reported his bicycle was stolen from outside the library.

June 20

A Dale Avenue resident reported her vehicle had been entered and ransacked.

A caller accused a male suspect of assaulting a female in the 200 block of Park Street.

A Clark Street resident reported his vehicle was stolen the night of June 19. It had been recovered by the Richland County Sheriff's Office prior to reporting.

Charles Osborne, 19, of 110 W. Emerald St., Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with a Myrtle Avenue accident at the tracks.

Travis Putt, 21, of 1390 Ohio 99, Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with a South Conwell Avenue accident.

A West Avenue resident reported someone broke a tree in her yard and a truck pulled a telephone line out of her house.

A caller from the Northern Ohio Juvenile Facility in Erie County reported a male juvenile Willard suspect was missing.

A Washington Street resident reported her son, who on house arrest, was missing.

A caller advised he and his son were at Williamsburg Apartments looking for a male suspect accused of harassing his daughter for months.

An employee of an Ash Street business reported an argument between two males, one of whom was intoxicated, on the patio. Upon arrival, a large group of individuals was outside. Ryan Gayheart, 26, of 124 Dale Ave., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct.

June 21

Dispatched an ambulance to an accident at Section Line Road 30 and Ohio 162.

A Park Street resident reported her boyfriend had been missing for a couple of days.

A caller reported while at work she received two phone calls from a male suspect against whom she had a restraining order.

A female juvenile was reported missing from a local apartment complex.

A West Avenue resident accused a male suspect of harassing her son.

June 22

A caller reported someone tried to get into her apartment after she returned home.

A caller reported suspected child abuse in the 100 block of East Tiffin Street.

Megan Scott, 18, of 414 Park St., Willard, was charged with failure to yield at an intersection in connection with an accident at the intersection of Park and Tiffin streets.

An employee of a West Walton Avenue business reported an employee theft.

June 23

A caller reported his daughter was harassed in the 200 block of West Walton Avenue.

A caller from a local apartment complex reported his mother's vehicle window was smashed.

A Hayes Street resident reported a tool box was taken from his driveway.

A caller reported being out of town and left her 3-year-old son with her boyfriend, could not reach him by phone. She requested an officer check on the child's well-being at a local apartment complex.

Dispatched an ambulance to a local apartment complex altercation, where a female was assaulted. Adam Cole, 19, of Tiro, was charged with disorderly conduct and underage consumption.

June 24

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported a suspicious vehicle and occupants. An officer located the vehicle and the driver was taken into custody on a curfew violation and temporary permit with no license driver. He was released to his father.

Responded to individuals being loud in front of a Myrtle Avenue business. The bar owner had told a male suspect to leave. He was highly intoxicated and refused to show identification or give his name. Seth A. Walter, 22, of 38 Kniffin St., Greenwich, was charged with disorderly conduct.

Arturo Ramos, 38, of 109 Washington St., Willard, was charged with trespassing in connection with a railroad property incident.

A caller from a local apartment complex reported her neighbor who had been locked out of her apartment and the woman's boyfriend wouldn't allow her to get her children's possessions.

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported seeing a small child running around in the alley behind the police department. Officers located a boy about 3 years old, who was released to a Huron County Children's Services worker because his parents didn't show up for the child. The social worker released the boy to his grandfather.

An East Tiffin Street resident reported seeing a male suspect pull the hair of a female carrying a baby while walking up the steps. The subjects said there was a verbal confrontation. Hugo Ramirez, 28, of 15 E. High St., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant.

A caller from Northern Ohio Juvenile Detention Facility reported a runaway male from the facility may be in the 400 block of Woodbine Street. The boy was located and released to the Erie County Sheriff's Office.

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