Two accused burglars are prohibited from being on the victims' North Pleasant Street property if they post a $10,000 bond.
Erikah M. Greszler, 19, and Adam J. Goodsite, 20, both of 1260 E. Ohio 61, are charged with burglary, which is punishable by nine months to three years in prison. The Norwalk Police Department investigated the April 20 incident.
Officer Amanda Blodgett served Greszler with her warrant at the Huron County Jail at 10:40 a.m. Sunday.
At 6:02 p.m., Goodsite turned himself in at the Huron County Sheriff's Office. Officer Jonathan Crabill served the suspect with his burglary warrant and had him jailed.
Chief Dave Light said the victimized couple had let the suspects stay at their apartment because Greszler recently had given birth to a child.
"They moved out a couple weeks ago," Light said, because the couple wasn't allowed to have more than four people staying in their apartment.
On April 20, the couple came home and discovered someone broke into their apartment.
"It looked like they ransacked everything. They described it as trashed," Light said.
The couple reported a green bouncer, the woman's ring with a dark green birth stone, all the food from the freezer and all the canned food in the cabinets were missing.
"They just spent $300 on food and it was gone," Light said. "It looks like they (Goodsite and Greszler) came through the window possibly. He had closed it before they left."
Officers interviewed the victims' neighbors. Light said two different people said they saw the suspects carrying boxes to their car.
"They found the bouncer and everything," the chief said. "It was pretty simple to solve."