Crime/accidents

NORWALK FIRE Assisted North Central EMS with a patient having difficulty breathing at 7:54 a.m. Tuesday at 100 Furniture Parkway. Returned to station at 8:10.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

NORWALK FIRE

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient having difficulty breathing at 7:54 a.m. Tuesday at 100 Furniture Parkway. Returned to station at 8:10.

Checked sewers and homes near 36 Gallup Ave. during an odor investigation at 8:43 a.m. Tuesday. Returned to station at 9:03.

Washed down the scene of an accident at 10:02 a.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Gallup Avenue and Republic Street. Returned to station at 10:26.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday at 155 Whittlesey Ave. Returned to station at 4:18.

Responded to and extinguished a self-contained oven fire which occurred when it was in "self-clean" mode at 9:13 p.m. Tuesday at 53 Wooster St. Returned to station at 9:47.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient having difficulty breathing at 3:14 a.m. today at 520 Milan Ave. Returned to station at 3:32.

NORWALK POLICE

Ashley McCoy, 20, of Clyde, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Tuesday after she hit the rear of the vehicle driven by Kathi P. Morgan, 49, of 230 Whittlesey Ave., Lot 50, at the intersection of East U.S. 20 and East Park Drive. Morgan was slowing to make a left turn onto East Park Drive before the collision.

Evelyn L. Ott, 71, of 126 New State Road, North Fairfield, was charged with a stop sign violation in the collision Tuesday with the vehicle driven by Sara B. Schaffer, 47, of 60 Chapel Drive, at the intersection of North Hester and Ohio streets. One of Schaffer's relatives took her to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with possible injuries.

Max L. Schwanger, 16, of 334 Ohio 162, North Fairfield, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way while turning left in the collision Tuesday with the vehicle driven by Brianna D. Myers, 19, of 739 E. Ohio 61, at the intersection of Gallup Avenue and Republic Street.

The manager of an East League Street business reported finding graffiti which included derogatory statements, a swastika inside a circle and the letters and words "KKK," "Criptz" and J.R.B." on the bricks at the south corner of the building Tuesday.

A Bank Street resident reported someone spray painted a derogatory statement on the front door of her apartment with silver paint Tuesday.

A Spring Street resident reported someone charged $150 to her Capitol One account as of Tuesday.

Damarquis C. Brown, 25, of 37 E. Washington St., was arrested on two local contempt of court warrants Tuesday at the Lorain County Jail. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

John V. Chance, 19, of 56 1/2 State St., was charged with dog at large Tuesday when officers checked the address for a loud party. Police found no violations of underage consumption, but noted "the occupants of the residence were less than cooperative."

Alain S. Hubbard, 20, of 8 Granny Smith St., was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after a domestic dispute Tuesday. His probation officer, in charge of intensively supervised probation, told police Hubbard tested positive for opiates Monday. He later admitted to using heroin Tuesday. Hubbard currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail awaiting a Norwalk Municipal Court hearing.

Jack L. Harrah Jr., 51, of Akron, was arrested on three local warrants Tuesday at the Portage County Jail. He was charged with failure to appear for a contempt of court hearing and failure to pay fines and costs on the original charges of driving under the influence, speeding and driving without a license. Harrah currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

Responded to an incident in the area of Whittlesey Avenue and Washington Street in which a 16-year-old bicyclist skinned his knees and elbows after falling off the bike while heading south on the Whittlesey Avenue sidewalk Tuesday. His mother requested North Central EMS transport him to Fisher-Titus Medical Center after he complained of not being able to focus and was light-headed.

A St. Mary's Street resident reported someone spray painted the rear and passenger side windows of his 1995 Ford Explorer with graffiti today.

North Central EMS transported a 14-year-old Milan Avenue boy, who mentioned taking Dramamine, to Fisher-Titus Medical Center after an apparent drug overdose today. Police confiscated a suspected marijuana pipe the boy's mother found in his bedroom. Police forwarded a report to the Huron County Prosecutor's office and Huron County Juvenile Court.

Charged a 16-year-old girl with a curfew violation today and released her to her mother.

A North Pleasant Street resident accused a League Street suspect of punching him in the eye today.

WAKEMAN POLICE

James Holbrook, 25, of Vermilion, was arrested and charged with domestic violence in connection with a Townsend Road incident July 15. He was released the next day from the Huron County Jail after posting bond.

Michael Brown, 34, of Sandusky, was arrested on an undisclosed warrant July 15 and was released later from the Huron County Jail.

Richard Hite Jr., 31, of Cambridge, was charged with driving with a suspended license during a July 18 traffic stop and was released.

Located a Pleasant Street underage drinking party July 19 after a short foot pursuit with a male suspect accused of being intoxicated. The following suspects were charged with disorderly conduct and released: Joseph Bauer, 18, of Ashland; Sean Morris, 20, of Wakeman; Josh Hudson, 20, of Collins; Nicole Gesuele, 19, of Milan; and Cord Thornton, 19, of Ashland.

Carl Griffin Jr., 37, of Wakeman, was charged with driving with a suspended license stemming from a child support charge during a July 19 traffic stop and was released. An officer discovered suspected marijuana and drug paraphernalia during the incident.

Paul Burch, 38, of Wakeman, was charged with driving with a suspended license during a July 19 traffic stop and was released.

Carl Black, 36, of Sandusky, was charged with driving with a suspended license stemming from a child support charge during a July 25 traffic stop and was released.

Zachary Hudson, 18, of Wakeman, was charged with driving with a suspended license during a July 25 traffic stop and was released. He was released after facing the same charge Monday.

Jesse Williams, 25, of Wellington, was arrested on a warrant July 25 and charged with one count of probation violation and two counts of contempt of court. He was released Tuesday from the Huron County Jail to Indiana authorities.

Scot Delarino, 42, of New London, was charged with driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license during a traffic stop Friday.

WILLARD POLICE

The Willard Police Department blotter covering July 23 to 29 had the following highlights:

July 23

Two male juvenile suspects, who ran from an officer at an undisclosed location, were released to their parents.

Dispatched an ambulance to the intersection of Ash and High streets in response to a male patient down.

Rafael Alejandro Villanueva Martinez, 22, of Galion, was arrested and charged with identity fraud in connection with a fraudulent documents incident at a Blossom Centre business. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A Fourth Street resident reported someone kicked in her basement door, causing damage and stole money from her son's bank while she was gone.

A Blossom Centre business employee reported having a tape of a male suspect stealing merchandise. The incident remains under investigation.

Daniel Warren, 44, of 2968 Ohio 99, Willard, was arrested and charged with theft in connection with a Blossom Centre shoplifting incident. Police discovered two MP3 players in his possession that had been stolen earlier from a West U.S. 224 business. Warren currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A Euclid Street resident reported the theft of a decorative concrete dog from the yard.

A West Laurel Street resident reported her son's skateboard was missing and both of their vehicles had an unspecified substance on them. Police later reported there was no vehicle damage and the skate board was located in the neighborhood.

Notified the Willard Fire Department about a Pleasant Street resident accused of putting gasoline on a trash fire.

Two female suspects in a Spring Street fight/verbal altercation denied having a gun.

July 24

A South Myrtle Avenue resident accused a male suspect of threatening her friends and chasing one of them outside. Police told the man not to be on his ex-wife's property or further complaints would result in his arrest on a trespassing charge.

A Motson Street resident accused a male juvenile suspect of taking a lighter from the porch. The boy was transported to the station and released to his mother.

A Maplewood Street resident reported the theft of a concrete lion statue from the front porch.

A North Myrtle Avenue business employee reported having received two counterfeit traveler's checks.

An area resident reported dropping off her nephew off July 21 at Willard Villa and not having any contact with him since then. The boy was located in the 200 block of Rae Court and was returned to his aunt, who has custody of him.

July 25

A Central Avenue resident accused someone of using his debit card.

An area resident reported a Fed-Ex driver pulled down wires in a West Perry Street parking lot.

An area motorist reported an unspecified theft from his vehicle on Woodland Avenue.

An area resident reported finding a wedding band in the area of Whisler Avenue and Dale Street.

A Front Street resident reported her unruly nephew ran out of the house.

A resident in the 600 block of Fink Street accused someone of attempting to break into a vehicle behind the residence.

July 26

Advised of a physical altercation between the bartender and a patron at an Ash Street business.

The Plymouth Police Department reported having two female juvenile suspects in custody on undisclosed charges. The girls were released to their fathers.

Charged a male juvenile suspect with trespassing in connection with attempting to get into vehicles in the 600 block of Kennedy Drive.

An area resident reported her boyfriend was missing and had not been seen since July 25. Police later determined the man, who was not named, was incarcerated at the Morrow County Jail.

Advised of a group of juvenile suspects fighting in the 300 block of Woodbine Street.

Jacob McKenzie, 26, of 608 Woodbine St., Willard, was served a warrant and charged with sales to underage persons.

An area resident reported his bicycle was missing from the park.

A Woodbine Street resident accused an intoxicated male suspect of coming to the door and making threats.

Dispatched an ambulance to the 5000 block of Old Military Road for an accident.

July 27

A Woodbine Street resident reported a suspect attempted to get in the back sliding door.

The Plymouth Police Department brought Joseph Wagoner, 27, of 161 Sandusky St., Plymouth, to the station in custody on a warrant. He was charged with possession of heroin. Wagoner was released later that day from the Huron County Jail after posting bond.

A West Pearl Street resident reported two chain saws were missing from his garage.

A Spangler Street resident reported his daughter received threatening telephone calls from someone in Greenwich.

July 28

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported her daughter, who was on house arrest, left the residence. An officer found the girl later on Front Street and released her to her mother.

A Pleasant Street resident reported a domestic altercation.

An area resident reported someone tipped over and damaged the vending machine by the skateboard park.

An area motorist reported someone hit her car while parked at a Wessor Avenue business.

A Blossom Centre business employee reported having a tape of a suspect stealing merchandise. An employee reported seeing the man leaving the parking lot about four hours later.

Dispatched an ambulance to meet a vehicle coming into town on Ohio 99 with a patient who had a head injury.

A Howard Street resident reported a domestic situation.