Crime/accidents

SHERIFF'S OFFICE A Scottwood Road, Willard, resident reported a break-in at a neighbor's home Wednesday and reported hearing an alarm there Thursday.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

A Scottwood Road, Willard, resident reported a break-in at a neighbor's home Wednesday and reported hearing an alarm there Thursday.

An Ohio 601 business employee reported a damaged gate from a private property accident Thursday.

An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident accused new neighbors of playing music loudly Thursday.

A North U.S. 250 resident requested a deputy pick up a "green substance and a 'grinder'" he found in his yard Thursday and put in a plastic bag.

A Milan police officer requested assistance with a domestic incident Thursday on Sleepy Hollow, Milan, but later told deputies to disregard the request.

A Fisher-Titus Medical Center employee requested a deputy contact a Chenango Road, Wakeman, resident for an undisclosed reason Thursday.

WILLARD POLICE

The Aug. 6 to 12 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

Aug. 6

A Verizon employee reported the theft of wire from a company vehicle.

Shaynna N. Branham, 25, of 503 Spangler St., Willard, was arrested on contempt of court warrants during an East Walton Avenue traffic stop. Police found numerous drug paraphernalia in the vehicle during the arrest. Branham currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

The Huron County Dog Warden requested assistance with a confined canine on Whisler Drive.

Aug. 7

Michael R. Miller, 22, of 611 Wessor Ave., Willard, was arrested on contempt of court warrants. A 17-year-old male was charged with underage consumption and a curfew violation in connection with the Woodland Avenue incident and was released to his mother.

A Keefer Street resident reported someone entered his home while he was gone.

Crystal Gonzalez, 19, of 410 E. Walton St., Willard, was charged with underage consumption in connection with being intoxicated and causing problems at a local apartment complex.

A Washington Street resident reported being bothered by a male suspect.

Aug. 8

A West Pearl Street resident reported receiving harassing phone calls from a cell phone.

Harry Watkins, 53, of 108 W. Pearl St., Willard, was arrested on three contempt of court warrants. He was released Aug. 9 from the Huron County Jail after making a payment agreement with Norwalk Municipal Court.

Dispatched an ambulance to an accident to the intersection of Section Line Road 30 and U.S. 224.

Was flagged down by a man who found his son's missing bicycle in the 200 block of Rae Court.

Aug. 9

A Woodbine Street resident reported someone looked into the apartment window.

A Dale Avenue resident reported her daughter left without permission.

A caller reported a commotion in the 300 block of West Pearl Street involving two males and a female.

Employees of businesses on East and West Maple streets reported separate break-ins.

An area motorist reported being threatened while driving her bus route on South Conwell Avenue.

A caller reported someone broke into several park locations and vending machines.

A Dale Avenue resident reported someone took her credit card and made several charges on it without her permission.

An East Tiffin Street business employee reported an attempted break-in.

A West Pearl Street resident reported several items were missing.

A caller reported hearing what sounded like gunshots in the 400 block of East Howard Street.

A Nita Drive resident reported someone attempted to take his vehicle because there was a screwdriver shoved into the ignition, causing damage to the ignition switch.

A caller reported items were missing from vehicles in the 400 block of South Conwell Avenue.

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to the Holthouse Brothers Farm due to the fire restarting.

Notified the state Highway Patrol of a vehicle in the ditch on B&O Pike Road.

Contacted AEP about a transformer smoking on Crestwood Drive.

Rebecca J. Hernandez, 25, of 154 Beelman St., Plymouth, was arrested on four contempt of court warrants.

Notified the Huron County Sheriff's Office about someone throwing something at a man's truck parked at an East Ohio 103 business.

Aug. 10

A West Pearl Street resident reported someone knocked on the door, left an item on fire on the porch and ran away. The fire was out at the time of the call.

A Woodbine Street resident reported an unruly 15-year-old juvenile.

Advised the Willard Fire Department of hot spots at the Holthouse Brothers Farm fire.

A caller reported someone damaged the bill changer in the 100 block of West Walton Avenue.

A Washington Street resident reported a male bicyclist had been bitten by a neighbor's dog.

An area motorist reported damage to his motorcycle while parked at South Conwell Avenue business.

Responded to a male juvenile at Pearl and Woodbine streets about a theft from a vehicle.

Honnie Muhr, 39, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on trespassing and theft warrants. She currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

The Willard Fire Department reported going to the 5000 block of Sherman Norwich Road for a follow-up.

A Spring Street resident accused a relative of coming into her house and taking several DVDs.

A Willow Run resident reported her cell phone was missing after a female juvenile left the residence.

Imogene Nye, 23, of 10 N. West St., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant.

Elisio Velasquez, 25, of 31 Spring St., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a U.S. 224 business incident.

A local resident reported a male suspect asked unusual questions of the apartment residents.

Mark Rice, 20, of 3159 Maple Ridge Road, Willard, was arrested on an undisclosed Bellevue Police Department warrant.

Dean Thornsberry, 34, of 410 E. Walton Ave., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with being intoxicated and causing problems in a Woodbine Street garage. The complainant said Thornsberry may have tried to cut himself.

Aug. 11

Responded to a fight at an East Abrams Street business, which was over prior to arrival and one of the male suspects had left.

Reported a male juvenile ran from him on South Myrtle Avenue. Police located the boy and released him to a parent.

Responded to a report of smoke coming from the residence in the 400 block of Motson Street.

An area motorist reported the theft of her car keys from a Blossom Center business. An officer said it may not be a theft and someone may have picked up the keys by mistake.

Jason Muhr, 29, of 101 First St., Willard, was arrested on two contempt of court warrants. He was released Friday from jail on an unsecured appearance bond..

An area resident reported losing her wallet at a West Walton Avenue business.

A South Main Street resident reporter her daughter left without permission. The girl returned home later.

Aug. 12

Marcos Cisneros, 22, of 121 Spring St., Willard, was charged with having an open container in a motor vehicle in connection with a Myrtle Avenue business incident. Hector Sosa, 20, of 23 1/2 Spring St., Willard, was charged with an open container violation and underage consumption. Sosa was credited with serving one day at the Huron County Jail and released.

A Washington Street resident reported her son took her car without permission.

A male victim reported being assaulted at an East Abrams Street business.

Christina Perkins, 38, of 323 Dale Ave., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with an altercation in the area of Pearl and Dale streets.

A Woodland Avenue business employee accused two Hispanic male suspects of trying to use a false ID to buy alcohol.

A Pleasant Street resident reported a computer was stolen. It later was recovered and brought to the police station, where it was placed into evidence.

An area motorist reported being hit from behind by a driver who fled the scene of Main and Laurel streets.

A West Pearl Street resident reported her son was hit by a truck while riding his bicycle in the alley. She was transporting him to Mercy Hospital of Willard.

An area resident accused relatives of taking property from her father on West Maple Street. The complainant said they had no legal right to do so.

The Huron County Sheriff's Office requested an officer attempt to locate a vehicle coming into town from the Dogtown area for an undisclosed reason.