Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL Michael E. Moore, 30, of 41 Prospect St., New London, was charged with failure to control Friday after he had a coughing spell and went off the left side of Ohio 162, through a corn field and hit a small tree. His mother transported him to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with minor injuries. He was treated and released.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

HIGHWAY PATROL

Michael E. Moore, 30, of 41 Prospect St., New London, was charged with failure to control Friday after he had a coughing spell and went off the left side of Ohio 162, through a corn field and hit a small tree. His mother transported him to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with minor injuries. He was treated and released.

Joseph W. Hamey, 40, of Seville, was charged with failure to yield the right of way when turning left Saturday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Nathan R. Spaulding, 19, of 131 U.S. 250, New London, at the intersection of Ohio 601 and U.S. 20. Hamey reported minor injuries, but wasn't transported.

Janet E. Lindenau, 57, of 4951 Fayette Road, New London, was charged with failure to yield the right of way when turning left Saturday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Albert H. Good Jr., 34, of 944 Monroe Road, Wakeman, on Ohio 18. Lindenau started to turn left onto Butler Road before she got to the intersection, crossed the center line and hit Good's sport utility vehicle on the left side.

Britt A. Nickoli, 28, of 55 N. West St., No. 60, was charged with failure to control Sunday after she turned around while heading south on Lovers Lane Road trying to settle down her child. She went off the left side of the road, hit an embankment, crossed the road and sideswiped a utility pole.

NORWALK FIRE

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 12:33 p.m. Friday at 140 Milan Ave. Returned to station at 1:15.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 12:40 p.m. Friday at 105 Fairway Circle. Returned to station at 1:10.

Assisted North Central EMS with lifting a patient at 6:28 a.m. Saturday at 49 W. Washington St. Returned to station at 6:34.

Responded to a minor accident with injuries at 10:22 a.m. Saturday at 1300 Ohio 18. Returned to station at 11.

Traced a smoke odor to a burned-out furnace motor at 3:16 p.m. Saturday at 520 Milan Ave. Returned to station at 3:49.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 8:19 p.m. Saturday at 78 W. Chestnut St. Returned to station at 8:30.

Investigated a neighbor's complaint about a campfire that presented no problems at 9:26 p.m. Saturday at 10 Ontario St. Returned to station at 9:45.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 11:57 p.m. Saturday at 3 N. West St. Returned to station at 12:10 a.m.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 12:32 a.m. Sunday at 23 Newton St. Returned to station at 12:55.

Determined smoke came from a bad light ballast in a light fixture at 3:25 a.m. Sunday at 99 Parsons St. Returned to station at 3:59.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 9:34 a.m. Sunday at 74 Wooster St. Returned to station at 9:44.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 2:43 p.m. Sunday at 17 State St. Returned to station at 3.

Responded to a single vehicle accident and assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 2:25 a.m. today at Fisher-Titus Medical Center. Returned to station at 3:10.

NORWALK POLICE

Responded to a possible underage party and a noise complaint Saturday on Eastwood Drive. Police charged three girls and four boys with liquor violations and released them to their parents. Police forwarded a report to the Huron County Prosecutor's office and Huron County Juvenile Court.

Charged three juveniles with liquor violations in connection with a State Street underage party Saturday and released them to their parents.

Dispatched a sick raccoon with two rounds from the animal control rifle Saturday on Executive Drive.

Jordan A. Williams, 21, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on two contempt of court warrants Saturday on the original charges of underage consumption and disorderly conduct. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

Tamara R. Harlan, 30, of 7 Cline St., was arrested on a Huron County Juvenile Court contempt of court warrant Saturday. She was released today from the Huron County Jail after paying her fines.

An area resident reported finding a silver bicycle abandoned Saturday on Jefferson Street.

Responded to an East Elm Street robbery Saturday.

Joshua J. Haynes, 19, whose address was unavailable, was charged with underage consumption, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with a Woodlawn Avenue incident Sunday.

Responded to a group of people being loud in front of a Whittlesey Avenue business Sunday. A male victim accused someone of hitting him in the mouth with a pool cue. Thomas J. Halbisen III, 24, whose address was unavailable, was charged with disorderly conduct and held in the city jail until sober.

The Erie County Sheriff's Office reported having Roger A. Ring, 29, of Sandusky, in custody on a local warrant Sunday. He was charged with failure to pay restitution on the original passing bad checks charge. Ring was released later that day from the Huron County Jail after posting bond.

Amy R. Brownwell, 37, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on a Huron city warrant Sunday when an officer responded to her loose dog complaint. She was transferred to the Huron Police Department.

Marcus E. Farone, 28, whose address was unavailable, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Schauss Avenue incident near East Main Street and was released to a sober person.

An area motorist reported a dent on her driver's side door Sunday when the jeep was parked at a Westwind Drive business parking lot.

Angela M. Frias, 26, of Sandusky, was charged with failure to control today after she failed to turn at the T-intersection of North U.S. 250 and Firelands Boulevard and hit a cement curb. Frias said the incident was related to a steering problem. North Central EMS transported her to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with minor injuries related to an airbag. She was treated and released.

Located Bersain R. Morales, 26, of 23 Grand Ave., Apt. 11B, at the site of the aforementioned accident today. He was arrested on two warrants and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. Morales currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The state Highway Patrol requested a deputy's presence Thursday on Lais Road west of Plank Road where a motorist hit a tree and two suspects fled on foot. Police had the vehicle towed.

Assisted the Willard Police Department with a Howard Street, Willard, burglary Thursday.

An employee of an Ohio 103, Willard, business reported the unauthorized use of a vehicle Friday.

An Ohio 61 resident reported the theft of an air compressor Friday.

An employee of the Huron County Adult Protective Services requested a deputy accompany her to DeRussey Road, Collins, to check on a person's well-being Friday.

An area motorist reported the theft of her purse from her vehicle, which was parked on North Ohio 60, Wakeman, Friday.

An area motorist reported a parked truck was obstructing the view Friday near a U.S. 250 business.

A Whittlesey Avenue resident reported damage to a parked tractor Friday.

Jackie T. McElroy, 33, of Sandusky, was arrested on a warrant Friday and charged with disorderly conduct.

A Peru Olena Road resident accused two suspects in a passing white vehicle of shooting out the windows of his vehicle Friday.

A South Peru Center Road, Willard, resident reported a suspicious male pedestrian Friday, who later was walking in the middle of Ohio 99 north of Townline Road 12.

A West Main Street, North Fairfield, resident reported being harassed by a neighbor Friday.

An area motorist reported someone in a passing vehicle on Bullhead Road, Willard, threw something at her vehicle and broke the windshield Friday.

The Richland County Sheriff's Office transferred a 9-1-1 call Saturday to local dispatchers about a tractor-trailer weaving on Ohio 61, Plymouth.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a Fitchville River Road, Wakeman, domestic dispute Saturday. Stephen R. Barnhart, 28, of 2342 Fitchville River Road, Wakeman, was charged with disorderly conduct.

An employee of a West U.S. 224, New Haven, business reported stopping a suspect accused of stealing beer Saturday.

The state Highway Patrol reported a suspected road rage incident Saturday on U.S. 224, Willard. The complainant said the driver drove him off the road and then made an obscene gesture.

The state Highway Patrol requested a deputy accompany a liquor agent to an East U.S. 20, Wakeman, business in connection with serving liquor after hours Saturday.

A U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident accused her tenants of damaging the lawn Saturday.

The Sandusky Police Department reported having Joshua A. Lewis, 20, of 6 Macintosh Road, arrested on a Huron County Juvenile Court contempt of court warrant Saturday. The original charge was contributing to the unruliness of a minor. He is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

The state Highway Patrol requested a deputy respond to an injury accident on Ohio 601 Saturday.

An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident reported someone forced their way into her mobile home Saturday.

The Wakeman Police Department received a report of a theft of a headstone from the Wakeman Cemetery on Ohio 303, east of Ohio 60.

A South U.S. 250 resident reported her 17-year-old son was being unruly Saturday.

An employee of an Eagle Creek Drive business reported someone playing golf hit a ball through a window Saturday.

An Ohio 61, New Haven, resident reported the theft of money Saturday.

The manager of a North U.S. 250 mobile home park reported a trespassing incident Saturday.

A North U.S. 250 resident reported the suspected violation of a temporary protection order Saturday.

Dispatchers received several 9-1-1 calls about four-wheelers riding back and forth on Holiday Drive, Willard, Saturday.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation Saturday on New State Road.

A Second Street, North Fairfield, resident reported a loud fireworks complaint Saturday.

A County Road 10, Attica, resident reported the driver of an older model Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck squealed its tires and drove through her yard Saturday.

An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident reported a suspicious male driver was near an enclosed car trailer for sale Sunday.

A Gregory Road, Willard, resident reported a loud party was disturbing the peace Sunday.

An employee of an Ohio 18 business requested a deputy meet security officers about a disturbance Sunday.

An Ohio 61, Plymouth, resident accused several juveniles of driving recklessly in a horseshoe-shaped driveway she shares with her neighbor Sunday.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about an argument in which the male suspect broke a vehicle windshield Sunday.

The owner of a South U.S. 250 resident reported the theft of a new propane grill from the outside patio Sunday.

Reported his cruiser was damaged in connection with a U.S. 20 accident Sunday.

An area resident reported a burglary at his father's Earl Court, North Fairfield, home Sunday.

An area resident reported being stranded with her baby Sunday.

Investigated a fraud complaint Sunday on West Ashtabula Street, North Fairfield.

Advised of juveniles trespassing at an abandoned East Street, New Haven, home Sunday.

An employee of a North Ohio 60, Wakeman, business reported an accident Sunday.

Walter S. Branham, 48, of 2147 Neal Zick Road, Lot 2, Willard, was arrested on a warrant Sunday and charged with breaking and entering. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a neighbor dispute Sunday on East U.S. 224, Greenwich.

An employee of a North Ohio 60, Wakeman, business reported he suspected someone may have drowned in the pond Sunday.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a U.S. 20, Wakeman, domestic dispute Sunday.

An area resident reported finding a boiling pot of water with what appeared to a girl's bloody bathing suit Sunday on Lamereaux Road, Monroeville. There was no further information available.

Comments

JUDGEMENT OF A ...

IF A YOUNG MOM IS UNEMPLOYED AND LAID OFF DUE TO GOING TO THE HEARING AND FIRED [WHICH JUVENILE COURT C. B . PROBATION OFFICER WAS VERY AWARE]WHAT DOES HER PAPER WORK TELL THE JUDGE [OH HEY I'M IGNORANT TO THE FAMILYS SITUATION,THOUGHT IT WAS HER JOB TO KNOW ] /HAS 3 CHILDREN GOING THRU JOB STORE TO GET JOB ,HOW DID IT HELP TO HAVE HER ARRESTED ,OR EVEN DETAINED AT ALL?WHAT KIND OF HELP ARE YOU PROVIDING A ALREADY TROUBLESOME TIME FOR A SINGLE PARENT WHO HAS A JUVINILE THAT IS GIVING HER GRIEF?ITS ALL ABOUT MONEY,SO HER RENT MONEY WAS BETTER OFF ON A FINE IMPOSED FOR HER CHILDS ACTION.AND WHAT HAPPENS ....FOR FOOD ,RENT , OTHER CHILDS NEEDS .. WESTSTAFF,AND NESCO ....DONT HELP MUCH.. FIRED FOR THE JUVINILE HEARING THAT HER BOSS SAID WASNT THEIR PROBLEM ,COURT SAYS SHOW UP OR GET ARRESTED..BOSS SAYS GO AND GET FIRED SO SHE GOES AND NOW YOU ARREST HER DUE TO NO WAY TO PAY FINE ,NO JOB DUE TO YOUR SCHEDULED HEARING,THAT WAS REFUSED TO RESCHEDULE.. AND THEN THE NERVE TO PRINT IT IN PAPER TOO. WAY TO GO ....DO YOU KNOW HOW INSANE YOUR SYSTEM LOOKS WHEN A RAPIST GETS A DEAL CUT ...BUT A FAMILY IN NEED GETS THIS TREATMENT...ALL FOR A COUPLE HUNDRED DOLLARS OF THEIR RENT,,,,,SAD DAY IN NORWALK SHAME ON THE PEOPLE WHO ORDERED THE WARRANTS FOR THESE MOTHERS,,I UNDERSTAND THERE WERE 4-OR 5 HOW MANY CHILDREN WERE WITH OUT THEIR MOMMYS LAST WEEK..OR NEXT WEEK

JUDGEMENT OF A ...

IF A YOUNG MOM IS UNEMPLOYED AND LAID OFF DUE TO GOING TO THE HEARING AND FIRED [WHICH JUVENILE COURT C. B . PROBATION OFFICER WAS VERY AWARE]WHAT DOES HER PAPER WORK TELL THE JUDGE [OH HEY I'M IGNORANT TO THE FAMILYS SITUATION,THOUGHT IT WAS HER JOB TO KNOW ] /HAS 3 CHILDREN GOING THRU JOB STORE TO GET JOB ,HOW DID IT HELP TO HAVE HER ARRESTED ,OR EVEN DETAINED AT ALL?WHAT KIND OF HELP ARE YOU PROVIDING A ALREADY TROUBLESOME TIME FOR A SINGLE PARENT WHO HAS A JUVINILE THAT IS GIVING HER GRIEF?ITS ALL ABOUT MONEY,SO HER RENT MONEY WAS BETTER OFF ON A FINE IMPOSED FOR HER CHILDS ACTION.AND WHAT HAPPENS ....FOR FOOD ,RENT , OTHER CHILDS NEEDS .. WESTSTAFF,AND NESCO ....DONT HELP MUCH.. FIRED FOR THE JUVINILE HEARING THAT HER BOSS SAID WASNT THEIR PROBLEM ,COURT SAYS SHOW UP OR GET ARRESTED..BOSS SAYS GO AND GET FIRED SO SHE GOES AND NOW YOU ARREST HER DUE TO NO WAY TO PAY FINE ,NO JOB DUE TO YOUR SCHEDULED HEARING,THAT WAS REFUSED TO RESCHEDULE.. AND THEN THE NERVE TO PRINT IT IN PAPER TOO. WAY TO GO ....DO YOU KNOW HOW INSANE YOUR SYSTEM LOOKS WHEN A RAPIST GETS A DEAL CUT ...BUT A FAMILY IN NEED GETS THIS TREATMENT...ALL FOR A COUPLE HUNDRED DOLLARS OF THEIR RENT,,,,,SAD DAY IN NORWALK SHAME ON THE PEOPLE WHO ORDERED THE WARRANTS FOR THESE MOTHERS,,I UNDERSTAND THERE WERE 4-OR 5 HOW MANY CHILDREN WERE WITH OUT THEIR MOMMYS LAST WEEK..OR NEXT WEEK