Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL John M. Harden, 36, of Medina, was charged with failing to keep all loads properly secured in an Aug. 27 incident on U.S. 250. A hose fell off the trailer Harden's truck was pulling and hit the vehicle driven by Amanda M. Youngless, 28, of 287 N. Ohio 60, New London.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

HIGHWAY PATROL

John M. Harden, 36, of Medina, was charged with failing to keep all loads properly secured in an Aug. 27 incident on U.S. 250. A hose fell off the trailer Harden's truck was pulling and hit the vehicle driven by Amanda M. Youngless, 28, of 287 N. Ohio 60, New London.

Michael P. Mandeville, 26, of Attica, hit and killed a fox Sept. 13 on Townline Road 12.

The unknown driver of a black Sephia Kia failed to yield at least half of Butler Road to the vehicle driven by Robert A. Eucker, 75, of Brooklyn, and hit Eucker's driver's side mirror, continuing north Sunday.

No citation was issued Tuesday after Lonnie J. Fields, 52, of Castalia, hit a low power line near a downed tree on Ohio 18.

Christopher D. Warren, 29, of 100 E. Seminary St., hit a deer Wednesday on Old State Road.

M'VILLE POLICE

A Castalia resident reported Friday his 5-year-old granddaughter, a West Street resident, "complained of not being fed properly." An officer went with the complainant and determined the complaint was unfounded since the cupboards and refrigerator were well stocked.

A Monroe Street resident reported a loud music complaint Wednesday.

NORWALK POLICE

An area resident reported losing her Motorola Raze cell phone somewhere in the city Tuesday. Nobody answered after she called it at least 10 times.

A Fruen Street resident reported someone entered her unlocked 1988 Mazda and stole about $3 in change Wednesday.

Fred G. Stahl, 34, of Upper Sandusky, was arrested on a local warrant Wednesday at the Mentor Police Department. He was charged with violating his probation in connection with failing to pay restitution. Stahl currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A Gallup Avenue resident reported there was a domestic dispute outside Wednesday. Sarah E. Kieffer, 23, Brent C. Hessemer, 25, and Thomas L. Senich, 51, whose addresses weren't available, each were charged with disorderly conduct. Kieffer also was charged with criminal damaging and arrested on an undisclosed Perkins Township Police Department warrant.

Two local residents reported their sons' bicycles were stolen Wednesday from Main Street School.

A local resident, after selling his mother's van for cash to two men, reported his wallet and checkbook were missing Wednesday. The men said they were going to drive to Texas so they could return to Mexico.

Michael D. Murray, 25, of 103 Jefferson St., Lot 63, was arrested on a warrant Wednesday and charged with failure to report to jail on the original charge of driving with a suspended license. During the investigation, Lelia G. Settle, 31, of the same address, was issued a summons on an undisclosed Willard Police Department warrant. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director's office for the consideration of an obstruction of official business charge in connection with telling officers Murray didn't live on Jefferson Street. Murray currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A local resident reported his 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt was missing from his garage Wednesday. When he and his daughter rode their bicycles to look for the car, they found it with the keys in the ignition on Morley Drive just off Jefferson Street. A flip case containing about 20 compact discs was missing.

NORWALK FIRE

Couldn't find any natural gas odor at 2:28 p.m. Wednesday during an investigation near 4465 Ohio 61. Returned to station at 3.

Responded to an open burning complaint at 7:12 p.m. Wednesday at 909 E. Ohio 61 where the large fire was burning straight up. Firefighters told the owner to leave the fire alone, don't add anything else to it and make future fires smaller. Returned to station at 7:25.

Responded to 62 N. Prospect St. to assist North Central EMS with a patient with chest pains at 11:22 p.m. Wednesday, but all the tenants said they didn't need an ambulance. Police said paramedics requested the Norwalk Police Department for a person suspected of being uncooperative. Returned to station at 11:32.

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