Crime/accidents

SHERIFF'S OFFICE An area resident reported being assaulted Aug. at an Ohio 18 business and began experiencing pain and discomfort in his neck and back early last week.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

An area resident reported being assaulted Aug. at an Ohio 18 business and began experiencing pain and discomfort in his neck and back early last week.

Stacy Hicks, 31, of 3593 Austin Drive, Willard, was arrested on a Huron County Common Pleas warrant Friday and charged with probation violation in connection with absconding supervision. She currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A U.S. 250, New London, resident accused a neighbor of disturbing the peace Friday.

The Monroeville Police Department requested assistance with a break-in at a North Main Street, Monroeville, business Friday. Police contacted the Ohio Bureau of Identification and Investigation to process the scene.

Performed a traffic stop Friday on South Ohio 61, Monroeville, just south of Townline Road 131.

An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident accused several juveniles of harassing his cousin Friday.

Two deputies and North Central EMS responded to Ripley Congregational United Church for the report of a dead body discovered by the Greenwich Police Department on Friday. The death was determined to be a suicide.

A New State Road, Plymouth, resident reported there was a suspicious truck parked in an elderly neighbor's driveway Friday.

A North U.S. 250 accused a teenager of assaulting his 12-year-old daughter Friday.

A Greenbush Road, Willard, resident reported someone cut the cord of her window air-conditioning unit Friday.

Dispatchers were advised of alarm activations at a North U.S. 250 business and a Mead Road, Monroeville, address Saturday.

The state Highway Patrol requested assistance with a Fitchville River Road, New London, accident Saturday.

A North U.S. 250 resident reported telephone harassment Saturday.

Dispatched the state Highway Patrol, North Central EMS and a deputy to a New State Road, Plymouth, driveway where there was a two-door car parked there with heavy front end damage Saturday.

A West Street, North Fairfield, resident reported some of her son's money and medication were missing Saturday.

A Zenobia Road resident reported domestic violence Saturday.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a child who needs medical assistance after running in front of a vehicle Saturday near the Huron County Fairgrounds.

An Ohio 18, Plymouth, resident reported someone poured sugar into the gas tank of his 1002 Ford Ranger on Saturday.

An area motorist reported the theft of drugs from his vehicle Saturday at the Huron County Fairgrounds.

Responded to a fight involving a juvenile Saturday at the Huron County Fairgrounds.

An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident reported the tires of five bicycles belonging to her son were slashed Saturday.

Dispatchers were advised of alarm activations Sunday on: Mead Road, Monroeville; Ohio 13, New London; Ohio 60, Wakeman; and at a North U.S. 250, Norwalk, business.

The Norwalk Police Department requested a deputy notify a North Rail Road, Collins, resident her daughter, whose name was not released, was in custody Sunday.

A Zenobia Road resident reported a small black caused some damage after driving through the complainant's father's yard Sunday.

A Prairie Road, Bellevue, resident reported her white 1977 Mercedes convertible was stolen from a barn Sunday. After a pursuit starting between Monroeville and Bellevue, a deputy had the car towed to a St. Mary's Street business impound lot. The Ohio Bureau of Identification and Investigation is expected to be contacted sometime today.

An area motorist reported being involved in an accident Sunday at the Huron County Fairgrounds.

A Prairie Road, Bellevue, resident reported finding his black and silver go-cart on the northeast corner of his property Sunday.

An Alpha Road, Greenwich, resident called from her place of employment Sunday to request a deputy check on the well-being of her 13-year-old daughter in connection with suspected domestic violence at the complainant's home.

A Williams Road, Monroeville, resident reported there was a female suspect who refused to leave Sunday.

An employee of Mercy Hospital of Willard reported treating someone bitten by a pet raccoon as it was being put away in a cage Sunday. The raccoon ran away.

The Perkins Township Police Department requested a deputy check an Ohio 61 address Sunday for a female suspect wanted on undisclosed warrants. There was no answer at the residence.

The Lorain County Sheriff's Office reported there was a private property accident Sunday on Green Road, Wakeman. HIGHWAY PATROL

Rickie A. Wilson, 44, of Fremont, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to control Friday after he went off the east side of Fitchville River Road and hit a ditch. He went back on the road, off the other side and hit a ditch before re-entering the road and stopping in a private driveway.

Billie A. Sexton Jr., 18, of 3161 Barnes Road, Plymouth, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain assured clear distance Saturday after a crash on Plymouth East Road. He failed to stop at a Plymouth East Road stop sign, went through the intersection and hit a utility pole on the east side of New State Road. Sexton was not transported for possible injuries.

Bryan J. Smith, 31, of 5910 Foxglove Drive, New London, hit a deer Saturday on Ohio 60.

NORWALK FIRE

Responded to a two-vehicle collision at 2:38 p.m. Friday on Milan Avenue. Returned to station at 2:56.

Responded to a gas alarm leak at 4:52 p.m. Saturday at 220 Republic St. An employee reset the system after using the exhaust ventilation. Returned to station at 5:02.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 5:09 p.m. Saturday at 67 W. Willard Ave. Returned to station at 5:20.

Performed a smoke investigation at 8:07 p.m. Saturday at 17 Olive St. where there was a small campfire. Returned to station at 8:15.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 10:28 p.m. Saturday at 121 S. Linwood Ave. Returned to station at 10:41.

Assisted North Central EMS with getting a patient downstairs and into an ambulance at 3:49 p.m. Sunday at 89 W. Washington St. Returned to station at 4:45.

Assisted North Central EMS with getting a patient into an ambulance at 5:54 p.m. Sunday at 23 Grand Ave. Returned to station at 6:10.

NORWALK POLICE

Kevin F. Lukitsh, 24, of Akron, was arrested on three local warrants Saturday at the Norton Police Department and charged with theft. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

Responded to a Newton Street disturbance Saturday. Misty R. Morgan, 24, whose address was unavailable, was charged with an open container violation and released to a sober person.

A Milan Avenue business employee reported ongoing problems with motorists damaging the lawn as of Saturday.

A Ford Avenue resident reported the theft of two prescription bottles from a wall cabinet in his bedroom during a suspected burglary Saturday.

Pheneas M. Yoder, 26, whose address was unavailable, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with a Bouscay Avenue incident Sunday and was held in the city jail until sober.

Charged four juveniles with curfew violations Sunday and released them to an adult. Police forwarded a report to the Huron County Prosecutor's office and Huron County Juvenile Court.

A North Hester Street resident reported someone kicked a hole in her wood fence Sunday while she and her husband were out for a 20- to 25-minute walk.

A Mead Avenue resident reported his iPod, iPod adapter, several compact discs and his weightlifting gloves were missing from his car Sunday.

A West Washington Street resident reported his wife was deceased Sunday.

An area resident reported there was an abandoned Free Spirit mountain bike leaning against a tree near McGuan Park on Sunday.

Christopher B. Smith, 41, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on an Erie County Sheriff's Office felony warrant Sunday and charged with non-support of dependents. He is accused of providing false information when officers first encountered him. Smith was turned over to a deputy. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director's office for the consideration of additional charges.