Crime/Accidents

WILLARD POLICE The Dec. 31-Jan. 7 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

WILLARD POLICE

The Dec. 31-Jan. 7 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

Dec. 31

Arrested two male juveniles in the area of Myrtle Avenue and Emerald Street on curfew violations and later released to their parents.

Responded to a male suspect drinking a beer in front of a Myrtle Avenue business. Ciro Aguilar, 22, of 317 Keefer St., Willard, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and an open container violation.

Jan. 1

A Woodbine Street resident reported her daughter was missing, but returned home several hours later.

Erica Loera, 24, of 412 W. Emerald St., Willard was arrested on an undisclosed warrant.

A Fourth Street resident requested officers patrol the area because a suspicious vehicle was in the area and someone was looking into windows.

Christie Mosley, 37, of 410 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard, was arrested on an undisclosed warrant.

An Ohio 103 resident reported a vehicle hit a fence and left a bumper with a license plate at the scene. The incident remains under investigation.

A Sandusky Street resident reported a vehicle ran into a building. The driver said the brakes failed. The incident remains under investigation.

While investigating a hit-skip accident, an officer found the driver, who was wanted on outstanding warrants, at Georgia Manor. Michael R. Miller, 21, of 611 Wessor Drive, Willard, was arrested and released to a Huron County sheriff's deputy.

A Hayes Street resident reported finding a four-wheeler in the woods which had been stolen from a Sandusky County dealership. The incident remains under investigation.

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported items were stolen from her residence.

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported several landscaping decorations were pulled out of her yard and damaged.

Jan. 2

Arrested a male juvenile on a curfew violation while on Motson Street and released him to a parent.

A Spangler Street resident reported both rear tires of his vehicle were slashed.

An employee of a local grocery store reported a male shoplifter left the store and an employee was following him. A male juvenile was arrested and charged with shoplifting.

An East Tiffin Street resident reported her lunch bag, which contained cash and other items, was stolen.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about an altercation in the 200 block of Fourth Street. An officer responded to the civil matter and stood by until the female subject moved her belongings out of the residence.

Jan. 3

A North Main Street resident reported her daughter was to be staying with a friend, but when the complainant called the friend's home, her daughter wasn't there. Police completed missing person's paperwork.

A caller reported he had changed the locks on a South West Avenue home where there had been a break-in. Police said the suspects gained entry by prying the door open and then rummaged through things, but nothing appeared to be missing.

A Fourth Street resident accused his ex-girlfriend of entering his home without his permission.

Jan. 4

Was flagged down by an elderly male who said he had been "robbed" by two adults. Officers were unable to locate the man who was supposed to wait at the corner of Dale Avenue and Pearl Street.

An employee of Willard High School reported a student pulled the fire alarm. The incident remains under investigation.

A Second Street resident reported an unruly male juvenile. The incident remains under investigation.

An area resident reported being the victim of domestic menacing during the past few months. The incident remains under investigation.

A caller reported his bicycle was stolen while he was at the library.

A Maplewood Street resident reported being assaulted by a female who is related to her ex-boyfriend.

A Park Street resident reported seeing someone break into his garage. Nothing was missing.

A South Myrtle Avenue resident accused a male juvenile of rummaging through his car and then running away. A gift card was taken from the vehicle. Someone left a bicycle in the complainant's front yard, which was tagged for the street department.

Three parents reported that their children were missing and were probably together. Police completed missing person's paperwork. The juveniles returned home later.

Jan. 5

Responded to an Ash Street domestic dispute. An officer told the couple to quit arguing and go home with sober individuals.

A caller from Central Elementary School reported vandalism to the front door.

A caller reported someone kicked in the side door of a South Myrtle Avenue business. An officer said the suspect made entry into the garage area.

A caller reported continual problems with vandalism at a vacant rental Sandusky Street property and requested officers patrol the area.

A West Emerald Street resident reported two mirrors were stolen from his work truck.

A Park Street resident reported her right rear tire was slashed while parked in her driveway.

An area resident reported a hit-skip accident on South Myrtle Avenue. Officers did not locate the vehicles involved.

The Huron County Sheriff's Office reported a possible domestic dispute on Park Street.

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department for a vehicle in high water on Sectionline Road 30 between Sherman Norwich and Old Military roads.

Jan. 6

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department for an odor of smoke in a Fink Street basement.

Reported seeing vandalism done to a vacant Sandusky Street residence.

Reported a vacant building in the 200 block of First Street appears to have been broken into. The incident remains under investigation.

An area resident reported her juvenile daughter was missing from Woodbine Street.

A caller reported vandalism to a Washington Street home.

A caller reported his bicycle was stolen from a West Walton Street business.

An employee of a Blossom Centre business completed paperwork for several bad checks received. Police forwarded a report to the law director for the consideration of charges.

An area resident reported a bicycle is in the retention pond behind a Walton Avenue business. An officer advised they would attempt to recover the bicycle later when the water level had receded.

Jan. 7

A West Laurel Street resident requested assistance with a matter involving his juvenile daughter. The incident remains under investigation.

A West Maple Street resident reported vandalism to her vehicle and finding an undisclosed item that does not belong to her.

An East Tiffin Street resident reported a break-in. The incident remains under investigation.

The state Highway Patrol reported a non-injury accident on South Conwell Avenue at Neal Zick Road. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate any accident.

A Spangler Street resident reported vehicle vandalism.

A caller reported break-in at a South Myrtle Street business. The incident remains under investigation.