Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL n Joshua D. Kaufman, 19, of 6282 Bauer Road, Bellevue, was charged with failure to control Monday after he went off the left side of Section Line Road 30, which was icy, hit a ditch and overturned. The pickup truck landed on its wheels in a field. He reported possible injuries, but wasn't transported.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

HIGHWAY PATROL

n Joshua D. Kaufman, 19, of 6282 Bauer Road, Bellevue, was charged with failure to control Monday after he went off the left side of Section Line Road 30, which was icy, hit a ditch and overturned. The pickup truck landed on its wheels in a field. He reported possible injuries, but wasn’t transported.

n Annemarie Katz, 40, of 5581 E. Ohio 162, New London, was charged with failure to control Monday after she went off the left side of DeRussey Road, which was icy, and hit a ditch.

n Brandon H. Smith, 20, of 138 1/2 Maple St., Plymouth, was charged with failure to control Monday after he went off the right side of Ohio 598 and hit a concrete parking block.

n Brianna M. Cassidy, 16, of 23 W. High St., Plymouth, was charged with failure to control Tuesday after she went off the right side of Ohio 103 and hit a barn.

n Kimberly J. Harvey, 18, of 705 Thomas Road, Willard, was charged with failure to control Tuesday after she went off the left side of Thomas Road, which was snowy, and hit a tree. She reported minor injuries, but wasn’t transported.

NORWALK FIRE

n Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 6:12 p.m. Tuesday at 13 Spring St. Returned to station at 6:22.

NORWALK POLICE

n A Cortland Street resident reported there were three broken windows in a green house on the rear of the property Tuesday.

n A Woodlawn Avenue resident reported a female suspect broke the glass on the top half of his wooden front door when she hit it Tuesday during a domestic dispute. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director’s office for the consideration of charges.

n A Norwalk resident reported the theft of her purse while she was grocery shopping at a Milan Avenue business Tuesday.

n Patricia A. Andrade, 53, whose address was unavailable, was transferred from the Mansfield Police Department on a local warrant today and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. Andrade is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

n A North Foster Street resident accused her landlord of entering her home and shutting off the water Tuesday. The incident remains under investigation.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE

n An Ohio 103, Willard, resident reported a domestic incident Tuesday.

n A West Collins Road, Collins, resident reported an undisclosed theft Tuesday.

n An Ohio 601 resident reported a suspected fraud Tuesday.

n A Gibbs Road resident reported a custody dispute Tuesday.

n A U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident reported telephone harassment Tuesday.

n A North U.S. 250 resident reported a kicked-in door Tuesday.

NEW LONDON PD

The New London Police Department blotter covering Jan. 1 through 6 had the following highlights:

Jan. 1

n Checked “zone 2” in response to someone hearing gunshots.

Jan. 2

n Provided an escort for Eastman Funeral Home.

Jan. 3

n Dispatchers received 9-1-1 hang-up calls from Westwood Drive, where police determined juveniles made prank calls.  

Jan. 5

n Stood by while tenants were served an eviction notice at an undisclosed location.

n A local resident reported his family was threatened. Police referred the matter to the Huron County Sheriff’s Office because the incident happened outside the village limits.

n Patricia A. Finkel, 48, of 158 High St., New London, was arrested on a warrant and charged with failure to report to jail. The next day, she was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after police found a marijuana pipe in a cruiser. Finkel was released Jan. 8 after serving a three-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

n Escorted an unruly fan off the school grounds.

Jan. 6

n A West Main Street resident reported a domestic dispute.

n A North Main Street business employee reported the driver of a white car left without paying for about $31 worth of gasoline.

n Responded to a South Railroad Street business, where two juveniles broke a window. Police contacted the owner and the parents agreed to pay for the damage.