Edward D. Scheid, 47, of 2083 Sand Hill Road, Monroeville, hit a deer Monday on Ohio 99.
The following people hit deer Tuesday: Catherine A, Zuk, 41, of 1105 E. Main St., Bellevue, on U.S. 20; Jeffrey A. Dininger, 53, of Litchfield, on Ohio 18; and Matthew G. Chill, 29, of 3764 U.S. 224, Lot 52, Greenwich, on Prospect Road.
The following people hit deer Wednesday: Frederick A. Leber, 43, of 2723 Peru Center Road, Monroeville, on Ohio 99; and Trina L. McLaughlin, 31, of 403 Woodbine St., Willard, on Ohio 61.
Responded to a false alarm activation caused by a pressure drop from an air compressor failure at 11:27 a.m. Wednesday at 61 St. Mary's St. Returned to station at 12:10 p.m.
Detected a slight propane smell at 12:06 p.m. Wednesday from a propane tank being emptied at the corner of Old State Road and Gallup Avenue. Returned to station at 12:41.
Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 5:21 p.m. Wednesday at 26 Spring St. Returned to station at 5:34.
An East Main Street resident accused a Woodlawn Avenue male suspect of punching him and stealing $100 from his wallet during an incident Sunday in the parking lot of a Milan Avenue business. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director's Office for the consideration of charges.
A Ridgewood Drive resident reported someone threw a limestone rock through her window Wednesday.
Clabe Taylor, 34, of Sandusky, was arrested on seven warrants Wednesday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs after an officer stopped Taylor for speeding on North West Street. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.
Lisa N. Wineman, 45, of 19 N. Hester St., was arrested on an Ashland County Common Pleas Court warrant Wednesday and charged with failure to appear. She was turned over to an Ashland County sheriff's deputy.
A Lee Avenue resident reported the theft of her black canvas purse from her locked vehicle Wednesday.
An area resident found an electronic dog training collar Wednesday on Newton Street. Police logged it into evidence for safekeeping.
Responded to a private property accident Wednesday on Stower Lane where an East Hollow Quail woman hit a concrete support column building while attempting to back out of a parking space.
Joseph A. Story, 22, of 51 S. Linwood Ave., No. 1, was arrested on a Perkins Township Police Department warrant Wednesday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. He was turned over to a Perkins officer.
Bruce A. Fittler, 67, of 12316 Strecker Road, Bellevue, was charged with driving with an expired license during a Benedict Avenue traffic stop Wednesday. He is accused of hitting the rear of the parked vehicle owned by a Maple Street woman while he was exiting the Fisher-Titus Medical Center parking lot and leaving the scene of the accident.
A juvenile probation officer reported a 13-year-old State Street girl's ankle monitor was out of her home range today. Dispatchers entered the girl and her neighbor, a 14-year-old girl she was last seen with, as missing. Police forwarded a report to the Huron County Prosecutor's Office and Huron County Juvenile Court.
A U.S. 20 resident reported seeing a black truck parked there with its door open and nobody nearby Wednesday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a broken window Wednesday on Ohio 61, Plymouth.
A Lovers Lane Road resident reported an unattended vehicle had been there several days as of Wednesday.
The Ashtabula County Sheriff's Office reported having an undisclosed suspect in custody Wednesday in connection with a stolen 2003 Dodge Ram pickup truck. The expiration sticker number was registered to an employee of a Liberty Road, Willard, business.
An area motorist reported there was construction-related mud Wednesday on West Peru Olena Road.
A DeRussey Road, New London, resident reported a motorist turfed his yard Wednesday.
An area resident reported the theft of gasoline from a tank Wednesday on East Main Street, New Haven.
An area resident reported a four-wheeler was disturbing the peace Wednesday on Lake View Drive, Willard.
An area resident requested a deputy check on the well-being of a 9-year-old girl Wednesday on East U.S. 20, Wakeman.
An Ohio 61, Plymouth, resident reported his niece was being harassed Wednesday.
A Wakeman Township resident reported her vehicle was vandalized at an East Main Street business Dec. 18. The incident remains under investigation.
Adam Edgington, 29, of 21 E. Water St., Norwalk, was charged with driving with a suspended license Dec. 19 and released.
Responded to a fight involving several juvenile suspects Dec. 20 on Railroad Street.
Kevin Calhoun, 45, of Lorain, was arrested on a warrant Dec. 21 and charged with failure to appear for a hearing on driving with a suspended license. He was transported to the Huron County Jail and was released on bond that day.
A female on Main Street flagged down an officer Dec. 21 to report a domestic dispute. An officer separated both people and the situation was resolved.
Processed a Franklin Street juvenile as missing Dec. 21 who was found four hours later. The juvenile was turned over to Huron County Juvenile Court officials.
A Franklin Street resident reported telephone harassment Dec. 22. An officer told the suspect to quit calling the complainant.
An area resident reported a break-in at the Hyde Street storage units Dec. 22. The incident remains under investigation.
An employee of a West Main Street business reported being harassed Dec. 22. The incident remains under investigation.
Responded to a private property hit-skip accident without injuries at an East Main Street parking lot Dec. 24 that remains under investigation.
Alan Revercomb, 36, of 51445 U.S. 20, Wakeman, was charged with driving with a suspended license Dec. 27 and released.
An area resident reported her purse was stolen from her vehicle that was parked at an East Main Street business Dec. 29. The incident remains under investigation.
Jason Kleinman, 32, of Olsted Township, was charged with driving with a suspended license Saturday and released.
Penny Baker, 38, 17 Pleasant St., Wakeman, was charged with driving without a license Saturday and released.
Placed a male patient into protective custody after he attempted to hurt himself behind an East Main Street business Saturday. Citizens Ambulance transported the man to Lorain Community Hospital. An officer followed the ambulance for the safety of the paramedics.