Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL Donna M. Ott, 42, of 182 Peru Olena Road, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way at a stop sign in the Oct. 4 collision with the vehicle driven by Amy J. Fair, 32, of 12604 Chapin Road, Berlin Heights, at the intersection of Hartland Center Road and Ohio 18. Fair reported minor injuries, but wasn't transported.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

HIGHWAY PATROL

Donna M. Ott, 42, of 182 Peru Olena Road, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way at a stop sign in the Oct. 4 collision with the vehicle driven by Amy J. Fair, 32, of 12604 Chapin Road, Berlin Heights, at the intersection of Hartland Center Road and Ohio 18. Fair reported minor injuries, but wasn't transported.

Emily A. Gayheart, 18, of 220 Riggs St., Plymouth, was charged with red light violation in the Oct. 6 collision with the vehicle driven by Richard K. Lucal, 49, of 3484 Greenwich Angling Road, Greenwich, at the intersection of Ohio 13 and U.S. 224. North Central EMS transported Gayheart to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with minor injuries, where she was treated and released. Lucal's two passengers, Cheryl A. Lucal, 47, and Jordan C. Lucal, 20, weren't transported for possible injuries.

Logan R. Fannin, 17, of 1562 Fitchville River Road, New London, was charged with failure to control Wednesday after he went off the left side of Townsend Angling Road, hit a utility pole and overturned. He reported minor injuries, but wasn't transported.

Anthony D. Tite, 27, of 18 W. Main St., No. 3, Wakeman, was charged with failure to control and driving under the influence Thursday after he spun out of control while slowing down for a stop sign at the intersection of Chenango Road and Ohio 60. He went off the left side of Chenango Road and hit a ditch and mail box.

Michael J. Christoff, 62, of 276 Trux St., Plymouth, was charged with failure to maintain lanes of travel Thursday after he went left of center while heading north on Ohio 61, swerved off the right side to avoid an oncoming car and hit a ditch and sign.

Wayne S. Horvath, 30, of 10 Liberty St., was charged with failure to control Friday after he failed to negotiate a Fair Road curve, went off the left side and hit a guardrail. Horvath, who wasn't transported for minor injuries, left the scene before a trooper's arrival.

Michael J. Tybeck, 24, of 1322A Townline Road 12, Greenwich, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Saturday after he attempted to pass a John Deere tractor on Townline Road 12. He failed to move over far enough and hit the tractor on the left side and went off the left side of the road.

NORWALK FIRE

Responded to an alarm activation at 10:58 a.m. Friday at 2437 New State Road. Returned to station at 11:25.

Responded to a smoke detector activation at 11:41 a.m. Friday at 192 State Street. A "noticeable haze" from multiple candles set off the detector. Returned to station at noon.

Disconnected the power to a stovetop burner that shorted out and overheated at 1:30 p.m. Friday at 2677 Arrowhead Lane. Returned to station at 1:49.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 10:57 a.m. Sunday at 38 W. League St. Returned to station at 11:10.

Responded to an odor complaint caused by painting fumes in the neighborhood at 6:50 p.m. Sunday at 55 W. Elm St. Returned to station at 7:02.

Flushed and diluted anti-freeze after a minor accident at the intersection of West Main and West streets at 7:07 p.m. Sunday. Returned to station at 7:10.

NORWALK POLICE

An area resident reported the theft of his electric bass guitar two months ago. On Friday, the victim saw the bass hanging on the wall of Mossman Music for sale. The owner determined he bought it from an East Walton Street, Willard, man and put into storage until the case is solved.

Ruth M. Barnett, 23, of 2948 Neal Zick Road, Lot 17, Willard, was arrested on a warrant Friday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. She is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

Jeremiah R. Moser, 25, of 507 W. Sandusky St., Willard, was served with three warrants Friday at the Huron County Jail and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. He is serving a 10-day sentence.

James E. Jump Jr., 42, of Toledo, was served 10 warrants Friday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. He is serving a 30-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

Dispatched a cat that had been run over on North Hester Street with one round from the animal control rifle Friday.

The Ottawa County Jail reported being ready to release James Wetzel, 45, of Port Clinton, from custody Friday. He was arrested on a local warrant and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. He is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

A Chatham Street resident reported someone broke his ceramic bird bath Friday.

An area resident reported finding a pink and purple girl's Rand Hi-Style bicycle abandoned in a Glover Street side yard Friday.

Forwarded a report to Huron County Juvenile Court about an 18-year-old Gallup Avenue male suspect who didn't return home Friday. He is on probation on an underage consumption conviction.

Jonathon T. Brubaker, 21, of 110 Franklin Ave., Wakeman, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Friday after he hit the rear of the vehicle driven by Bonnie K. Hahn, 57, of 2665 S. Railroad St., Collins, on North Old State Road. Hahn reported possible injuries, but wasn't transported.

A Bouscay Avenue resident reported her 15-year-old son, who was on house arrest through Huron County Juvenile Court, didn't return home Friday. The boy later came home, saying he spent the night at Jaycee Park because none of his friends would let him stay at their homes.

Responded to Indian Terrace for an intoxicated man who cut himself with a kitchen knife Saturday. North Central EMS transported him to Fisher-Titus Medical Center for treatment. Michael R. Brown, 25, of 10 Indian Terrace, was issued a summons on disorderly conduct and charged with probation violation on a warrant. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A Whittlesey Avenue business employee showed police a surveillance video of a male suspect shoplifting alcohol Saturday.

Advised of a suspicious male juvenile running through the woods near the Baker Street apartments Sunday.

Police discovered another male juvenile suspect in a vehicle stolen out of Wood County. He was arrested and turned over to the Wood County Sheriff's Office. Police weren't able to find the suspicious juvenile, who is reported missing from Wood County.

An area motorist reported being punched in the side of the head during a Grove Avenue dispute Sunday.

A Milan Avenue resident turned in a green suitcase full of men's clothing and the title to a 1995 Ford Ranger pickup truck that was found in the road Sunday. Officers contacted the Mansfield Police Department to see if they can find the owner.

Zachary T. Fox, 21, whose address was unavailable, was charged with an open container violation in connection with a Whittlesey Avenue traffic stop Sunday. He was warned about a headlight violation.

The Perkins Township Police Department reported having Brad A. Hayes, 34, whose address was unavailable, in custody on a local warrant Sunday. He was charged with failure to show proof of six months of substance abuse counseling. Hayes was released after posting bond.

Dispatched a sick, lethargic raccoon Sunday on High Street.

Brenda G. Leto, 48, of Marblehead, was arrested on three local warrants Sunday at the Ottawa County Jail. She was charged with three probation violations on the original charges of passing bad checks. Leto currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A Baker Street resident reported being concerned about a neighbor Sunday when he could hear the same movie playing continuously for several days. Police entered the apartment and found a deceased man sitting in the chair inside the door and contacted the coroner. There was nothing suspicious about his death.

Joseph Brumfield, whose age and address were unavailable, had his motorcycle towed Sunday after being charged with driving under the influence in connection with a traffic stop at the intersection of Grand and Whittlesey avenues.

Gisela Santizo, 19, whose address was unavailable, was charged with driving under the influence, underage consumption, driving without a license and failure to dim her high beams in connection with a traffic stop at the intersection of State and Washington streets Sunday. A licensed driver took control of her vehicle.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Michele L. Frazier, 25, of 520 Milan Ave., Lot 201, was arrested on a warrant Friday and charged with three counts of trafficking in drugs. She was released from the Huron County Jail after posting bond later that day.

An area motorist reported there was an occupied vehicle partially in an eastbound Hasbrock Road lane Friday.

A Cook Road, New London, resident reported a runaway foster child was missing Friday, but was found later.

A Jennings Road, New London, resident reported there were two suspicious vehicles at his neighbor's house Friday.

Dispatchers were advised of multiple alarm activations Friday on New State Road.

The detective bureau received undisclosed information Friday from the New London Police Department.

A Neal Zick Road, Willard, resident called 9-1-1 to report domestic violence Friday.

A Chenango Road, Wakeman, resident reported there was a suspicious vehicle parked near his field lane Friday.

A Hartland Center Road, Collins, resident reported the theft of a package Friday placed in a plastic bag outside her mailbox Friday.

An area bus driver accused a group of juveniles of acting very mischievously Friday on Main Street, North Fairfield.

An Ohio 18 resident reported seeing a large black dog run across traffic Friday.

Horace J. Irvine, 41, of 217 W. Pearl St., was arrested on a Seneca County warrant Friday and charged with driving with a suspended license during on Ohio 99, Willard, traffic stop. He was turned over to the Seneca County Sheriff's Office.

Responded to an undisclosed drug complaint Friday at South Central High School.

Dispatched a deputy and the state Highway Patrol to a Fair Road accident Friday, based on a call from the Norwalk Police Department.

A West Main Street, North Fairfield, business employee reported seeing a male suspect walk toward the store with an open container Friday.

A South Main Street, North Fairfield, resident reported two of her Erie County foster children ran away Saturday and probably headed to Norwalk via New State Road.

The Monroeville Police Department requested assistance with a test reading at the station Saturday.

Responded to a suspicious vehicle with six occupants Saturday at the Willard Reservoir on Ohio 61, Willard.

Responded to a car-deer accident Saturday on U.S. 20.

A Washington Road resident reported damage to two mailboxes Saturday.

An area resident reported losing a Verizon Razr cell phone Saturday at South Central High School and on West Townline Road 131, North Fairfield.

An East U.S. 20, Wakeman, resident reported a domestic dispute Saturday.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation Saturday at South Central High School.

The Plymouth Police Department requested a deputy meet an officer on Sandusky Street, Plymouth, in response to an undisclosed suspect in custody on a warrant Saturday.

An Austin Drive, Willard, resident reported an undisclosed theft Saturday.

A Townsend Avenue business employee reported the driver of a maroon Dodge Caravan left without paying for $47 worth of gasoline Saturday.

The Plymouth Police Department requested a deputy check U.S. 224, Plymouth, for a missing juvenile Saturday. A deputy advised the Willard Police Department to contact the mother.

Dispatchers received three 9-1-1 hang-up calls from Tiger Road where there had been a domestic dispute Saturday.

A Hartland Center Road, Collins, resident reported suspicious vehicles at his neighbor's house Saturday.

The Norwalk Police Department responded to a 9-1-1 call about domestic violence Saturday on Old State Road because deputies were handling a prowler/alarm complaint.

An Alpha Road, Greenwich, resident reported a suspicious vehicle Saturday.

Dispatchers received several 9-1-1 calls and one from the Bellevue Police Department about a suspicious person on Prairie Road, Bellevue, Sunday.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation at an Old State Road, Greenwich, business Sunday.

A Gregory Road, Willard, resident reported a suspicious vehicle Sunday.

Dispatched a deputy and the Willard Fire Department to a May Road, Plymouth, bonfire Sunday.

A South Norwalk Road resident reported a domestic dispute Sunday.

A South Railroad Street, Collins, resident reported telephone harassment Sunday.

A Wenz Road, Wakeman, resident reported finding a deceased person Sunday.

A Mercy Hospital of Willard employee reported treating an assault victim from an incident at a Bevier Road, Plymouth, business Sunday.

A Steel Road, Bellevue, resident reported someone stole cut wood and used it for a fire Sunday.

The Willard Police Department received a child abuse complaint Sunday on Ohio 61, Willard.

A Cook Road, New London, resident reported hitting a vehicle in his driveway Sunday.

A North Main Street, North Fairfield,, resident reported finding a book bag in her driveway Sunday.

The Bellevue Police Department reported having Sheryl S. Pero, 46, of 409 N. Sandusky St., Bellevue, in custody on a Huron County Common Pleas Court warrant Sunday. She was charged with one count of trafficking in drugs and is currently in custody at the Huron County Jail.

An East Ohio 61 resident reported someone damaged the gas cap while siphoning gasoline from a vehicle Sunday.

A West Main Street, North Fairfield, resident accused two juvenile suspects of throwing pumpkins off various porches Sunday.

An En Road resident accused a neighbor of shooting his dog Sunday.