9-1-1 caller follows robbery suspects

Three men behind bars after being arrested on charged of robbery and felonious assault.
Cary Ashby
Aug 19, 2013


A 9-1-1 call from a man who followed some robbery suspects led to three arrests this weekend.

Huron County sheriff's dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call Saturday morning about a robbery in the 4200 block of Pleasant Street in Willard. The person who called at 6:05 a.m. reported "he was following the suspects toward Bellevue."

Sgt. Todd Corbin and Deputy Scott Plew responded to the scene.

The deputies arrested Ashland residents James D. Fisher Jr., 34, Jeremy S. Fisher, 33, and Christopher L. Stevens, 31, of 109 Motson St., Willard. The suspects were charged with one count each of robbery and felonious assault and then transported to the Huron County Jail.

Look for the full story in Tuesday's Norwalk Reflector.



Good job TC & SP. Thumbs up to real deputies who stand up to the Huron County Bus.


Corbin doing his job with class as always. Great job H.B! Huron County is fortunate to have Corbin's talent here.

sunshine 0604

Scott and Todd are a disgrace to law enforcement. I highly doubt they finished working the case and probably had to call someone in due to them being incompetent.


And you are using up too much oxygen.

Yall Make Me Sick

Have you been busted by Scott or Todd? Is that why you are hatingon them? You Sir/ Ma'am are an idiot!


LMAO along /w Uputwhatwhere7.


Usually the Sheriff has more info, more comments and photos.