Crime/accidents

NORWALK POLICE A Harkness Street resident said she wanted to file charges against her 18-year-old son in connection with taking her car to Fremont without permission Wednesday. Police requested the Fremont post of the state Highway Patrol and Sandusky County Sheriff's Office periodically check the home of the son's friend.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

NORWALK POLICE

A Harkness Street resident said she wanted to file charges against her 18-year-old son in connection with taking her car to Fremont without permission Wednesday. Police requested the Fremont post of the state Highway Patrol and Sandusky County Sheriff's Office periodically check the home of the son's friend.

Ryan D. Wright, 49, of Toledo, was arrested on two local warrants Wednesday at the Macedonia Police Department. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

The Milan Police Department reported having Jeffrey A. Willard, 19, of 4828 U.S. 20, Collins, in custody on two local warrants Wednesday. He was charged with failure to pay fines and costs on the original charges of disorderly conduct and underage consumption. Willard is serving a 20-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The state Highway Patrol requested undisclosed assistance with a U.S. 250 traffic stop Wednesday.

A Hartland Center Road resident reported a possible prowler Wednesday.

The Greenwich Police Department reported having Derek L. Strohm, 20, of 103 Trux St., Plymouth, in custody on a warrant Wednesday. He was charged with failure to appear for a probation violation hearing. Strohm currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

An area motorist reported the theft of his CB from his tractor-trailer at a West U.S. 20, Bellevue, business Wednesday.

An Egypt Road, Willard, resident reported her son lost his Samsun cell phone Wednesday.

An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, reported there were seven subjects, both adults and juveniles, involved in a fight Wednesday. While investigating the incident, a deputy reported a drug complaint.

A Chenango Road, New London, resident reported there was a suspicious vehicle parked there with its bright lights activated for more than 30 minutes Wednesday.

Reported seeing a male suspect run into the woods on Ohio 13, Greenwich, while the deputy was on patrol Wednesday.

WILLARD POLICE

The Willard Police Department blotter covering Sept. 3 through Sept. 9 had the following highlights:

Sept. 3

Arrested a male juvenile on a curfew violation in connection with an incident at the intersection of Pearl Street and Dale Avenue. He was released to his mother.

A West Laurel Street resident reported a window was broken out of her daughter's vehicle. Another nearby resident later reported someone egged her garage.

Arrested a male juvenile on a curfew violation in connection with a Fort Ball Road incident and released him to his parents.

Arrested three juveniles on charges of underage consumption in connection with an East Walton Avenue incident.

Ryan Barnett, 20, of New Washington, was charged with providing alcohol to a juvenile, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and carrying a concealed weapon and released.

A West Emerald Street resident reported her son's bicycle was stolen from the front yard.

David Kilgore Jr., 18, of 410 E. Walton Ave., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant. He was released Sept. 6 from the Huron County Jail after being credited with time served.

Sept. 4

A Keefer Street resident reported someone stole her daughter's bicycle.

Jeremy R. Tuttle, 19, of 8065 Plymouth Springmill Road, Plymouth, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant from the Shelby Police Department.

A caller from an East Walton Street business reported domestic violence. Police determined there was no evidence of a physical altercation.

An area motorist reported vehicle damage while it was parked on Woodbine Street.

A Park Street resident reported his motorcycle was stolen.

A Rae Court resident reported a dispute involving property and children.

Juan B. Garcia, 18, of 4941 Ohio 103, Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant and released.

A Washington Street resident reported a domestic dispute.

Sept. 5

Advised of a fight between two students at Willard High School.

A local resident reported her son's gym bag and the contents were stolen from Willard High School.

A West U.S. 224 business employee reported a suspected shoplifting incident.

A West Maple Street business employee reported an attempted entry.

An area motorist reported losing her cell phone, which fell out of the back of her truck in the 1000 block of South Myrtle Avenue.

Sept. 6

Arrested two female juveniles on curfew violations, one of whom left a relative's South Main Street home without permission, and released them to their guardians.

Dispatched an ambulance to East Tiffin Street in response to a male patient "who had been drinking heavily and had taken drugs."

Found an unsupervised male juvenile walking around town who earlier had been accused of being unruly on East Tiffin Street. He was released to his mother.

A local resident reported her son's bicycle was missing from Willard High School.

Rodolfo E. Arriaga, 42 of Buurma Camp No. 5, Willard, was arrested on a larceny charge.

Sept. 7

Jeffrey Patton, 36, of 197 Rigg St., Plymouth, was arrested on two contempt warrants from the Shelby Police Department.

Had a sober person take home an intoxicated male suspect who had been found on Maple Street.

An area resident reported finding a payroll check in the 300 block of West Emerald Street. Police placed it into lost and found.

A Hayes Street resident requested an officer about a child custody dispute.

A caller reported hearing a noise in the 100 block of Myrtle Avenue and seeing two juvenile suspects running from the area. An officer found a window had been broken, possibly by a rock.

Taran Niedermeier, 23, of 1022 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant. She currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

An employee of Mercy Hospital of Willard reported a disturbance in the emergency room area.

Sept. 8

A Tamarack Drive resident reported several items were missing from his vehicle. Police, upon investigation, found someone entered another vehicle and stole some change.

A Hayes Street resident reported someone broke the window of her vehicle with a cinder block.

Contacted a mental health professional about a Cleveland-area man who came to a Central Avenue home seeking help. The patient's father confirmed his son has mental issues. The male later was transported to a Cleveland-area hospital for a mental health evaluation.

A local employee reported receiving several harassing telephone phone calls at work.

Sept. 9

A Woodbine Street resident reported a break-in while she was gone.

A South Conwell Avenue business employee reported finding graffiti on a bathroom door. Another employee later reported seeing a suspicious item hanging inside her car parked behind the "guard shack."

The manager of a local apartment complex reported damage to the yard from a party.

An employee of the Mercy Hospital of Willard emergency room reported treating a dog bite victim. Police advised the dog's owner of the confinement period.

A local gas station employee requested two people with their dog, belongings and holding a sign for Cleveland, leave the area. The people had been there for 20 minutes.

A local gas station employee accused a male suspect of leaving the nozzle on the ground before driving off without paying.

A West Pearl Street resident reported a stolen bicycle.

A West Emerald Street resident reported domestic violence.

A West Pearl Street resident reported being harassed. NORWALK FIRE

Investigated an alarm activation due to a water spike at 4:46 a.m. today at 50 Newton St. The system tripped three times in the last week for the same problem and the business was going to have the system checked. Returned to station at 5:08.