Crime/accidents

NORWALK FIRE Responded to a 53 Wooster St. oven fire at 9:10 p.m. Tuesday. Firefighters disconnected the gas and extinguished the fire. Returned to station at 9:13.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

NORWALK FIRE

Responded to a 53 Wooster St. oven fire at 9:10 p.m. Tuesday. Firefighters disconnected the gas and extinguished the fire. Returned to station at 9:13.

Responded to 2018 Jericho Road at 3:06 this morning to assist the Townsend Township Fire Department provide water to a structure fire. Returned to station at 3:16.

NORWALK POLICE

A Grand Avenue resident reported Thursday someone stole the rear license plate from her vehicle.

Responded to a domestic violence dispute Thursday on North West Street. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director's office for review and another report to Huron County Children's Services.

James L. Root, 36, of 23 Newton St., Apt. 7B, was arrested Thursday and charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a domestic incident. He was held at the Huron County Jail until sober.

An area resident reported the theft of soccer equipment from the storage shed behind the former county human services building Thursday.

Eric L. Nutter, 46, of 272 E. Main St., was arrested on a warrant Thursday on the original charge of menacing. He is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

Dustin Howell, 21, address unknown, was served a warrant and charged with passing a bad check.

Michelle L. Jameson, 25, address unknown, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Benedict Avenue business incident today. She was released to her mother.

An area resident reported the apparent theft of his identification today.

A Grand Avenue resident reported a domestic situation today.

An East League Street resident reported suspected criminal mischief outside her home today.

A Bank Street resident reported three suspicious males left behind a chrome-colored child's "Blade" scooter today.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Received a call Wednesday from the Willard Police Department of two suspicious females walking east on Ohio 103, Willard.

Received a call about two suspicious vehicles at an Ohio 61 organization Wednesday.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call from a local resident who reported being threatened by her neighbor Wednesday.

Dispatchers received about 12 9-1-1 calls Wednesday about an accident on Ohio 4, Bellevue, involving semis, an explosion and vehicle on fire.

A woman reported a toilet papering incident Wednesday on Chenango Road, Wakeman.

An area resident requested a deputy check on the well-being of an Oak Street resident Wednesday.

An area resident reported damage Wednesday to a stone and flag holder at the North Fairfield Cemetery.

A New State Road resident reported receiving a fraud telephone message Wednesday.

An area resident reported trash being dumped Wednesday on Hanford Road, Wakeman.

A Prospect Road, New London, resident reported a domestic dispute Wednesday.

A Jericho Road resident reported possible child abuse Wednesday.

A Townline 151 Road resident reported a barking dog complaint Wednesday

An Old State Road resident reported an intoxicated person was in his farm driveway Wednesday.

Advised of non-injury accident Wednesday on North Greenfield Road, Willard, involving a motorcycle.

A Fitchville River Road, New London, resident reported a suspicious, white Ford Escort was sitting by the road Thursday.

An area resident accused someone of putting his tractor in a ditch Thursday on U.S. 224, Greenwich.

A Greenwich Township Trustee reported a downed utility pole Thursday on U.S. 224, Greenwich. There were no sparks coming from the wires. The trustee contacted Firelands Electric about the situation.

A Lifeline employee requested a deputy check on the well-being of a Chenango Road, Wakeman, resident Thursday.

A Peru Center Road, Monroeville, resident reported someone toilet-papered her front yard Thursday.

A South Old State Road business employee reported a trespassing incident Thursday.

Responded to a non-injury accident Thursday on Ohio 60, New London.

A Palmer Road, New London, resident threatened to commit suicide Thursday.

Responded to a fight at a U.S. 20 business Thursday.