Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL Marc A. Yetter, 54, of 3005 St. John Road, Wakeman, was charged with failure to control April 28 after he went off the right side of U.S. 20 and hit a utility pole.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

HIGHWAY PATROL

Marc A. Yetter, 54, of 3005 St. John Road, Wakeman, was charged with failure to control April 28 after he went off the right side of U.S. 20 and hit a utility pole.

Melvin R. Reed, 6, of Mansfield, was charged with going left of center Wednesday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Edna L. Albright, 61, of 2400 Plymouth East Road, Plymouth, at the intersection of Ohio 61 and U.S. 224. Willard firefighters transported Albright to Mercy Hospital of Willard with serious injuries.

No citation was issued Wednesday after the collision between the vehicles driven by Lester Brubaker, 79, of 692 Baseline Road, Plymouth, and Jerrold L. Wagener, 70, of Northfield, Mass., at the intersection of Ohio 61 and U.S. 224.

Jennifer S. Lewis, 26, of 10B Old Village Road, hit a deer Wednesday on Ohio 61.

Randy E. Heck, 52, of Sycamore, was charged with failure to drive in marked lanes Thursday after he went off the right side of Ohio 4 and hit two driveway culverts and a road sign.

Troopers are investigating an Ohio 99 incident Thursday in which an unsecured load came off a pickup truck heading north and hit the pickup truck driven by Christopher E. Ebinger, 33, of 1362 S. Ohio 99, Willard, before the load hit the ground.

Nicole M. Boudinot, 18, of 3736 Ohio 13, Greenwich, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Thursday after she swerved into the left lane of U.S. 250 and to prevent hitting the vehicle driven by Lyndal G. Bear, 16, of Shiloh. She hit the left side of the pickup truck driven by Raymond J. Butler, 29, of Jacksonville, N.C. and hit the rear of Bear's pickup truck

Davis R. Landis, 53, of Mansfield, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Friday after he hit the rear of the stopped vehicle driven by Nicole A. Kennedy, 27, of 5168 Old Miliary Road, Willard, at the intersection of Ohio 61 and U.S. 224.

Kid C. Smith, 48, of Warren, Ind., hit a deer Saturday on U.S. 250.

NORWALK FIRE

Responded to a possible house fire where lightning had hit nearby, but no fire was detected, at 1:33 p.m. Friday at 5250 Ohio 601. Firefighters reset the breakers. Returned to station at 2:20.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 9:56 a.m. Saturday at 257 Benedict Ave. Returned to station at 10:06.

Responded to an accident with injuries at 2:12 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Benedict Avenue and Garcia Drive. Returned to station at 2:16.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 4:58 p.m. Saturday at 18 1/2 State St. Returned to station at 5:12.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 10:03 a.m. Sunday at 154 W. Main St. Returned to station at 10:35.

Assisted North Central EMS with gaining entry at 9:34 p.m. Sunday at 41 E. Washington St. to access a patient. Returned to station at 9:54.

Assisted the Norwalk Police Department by providing equipment at 1:52 a.m. today at 32 S. Linwood Ave. Returned to station at 2:03.

NORWALK POLICE

Esmeralda Cortez, 55, of Port Clinton, was charged with a stop sign violation Friday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Cassidy M. Jenkins, 17, of 157 Woodlawn Ave., at the intersection of Milan Avenue and Stower Lane.

A Newton Street resident requested assistance after cutting herself on purpose Friday. She was transported to Fisher-Titus Medical Center for treatment of her injuries and a mental evaluation before being released.

Felipe B. Martinez, 18, whose address was unavailable, was charged with underage consumption in connection with a Bouscay Avenue incident Friday.

Jesus R. Silva, 50, of 408 Old State Road, Apt. 4, was arrested on three warrants Friday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs. The original convictions were child endangering and driving under the influence. Silva is serving a 10-day sentence at the Huron County Jail.

An area resident reported finding a black and purple Murray Milestone mountain bike abandoned in a North West Street tree lawn Friday.

Two area motorists reported a non-injury accident in a Stower Lane business parking lot Friday.

The caretaker of St. Paul Cemetery reported someone moved several headstones, removed vases from the headstones and several brass veteran's flag holders were missing Friday.

A Milan Avenue resident reported someone removed a picture window from the side of her home Friday. The incident remains under investigation.

Angelica M. Ornelas, 33, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on three warrants Friday and charged with driving under the influence and failure to control. She was held in custody until her Norwalk Municipal Court hearing.

Michele M. Pugh, 41, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on a warrant Saturday and charged with failure to report for an April 24 contempt of court hearing. She was released after posting bond.

Justina M. Hall, 20, whose address was unavailable, was charged with underage consumption in connection with a Benedict Avenue business incident Saturday.

Shannon Perkins, 24, whose address was unavailable, was arrested on three contempt of court warrants Saturday. She was released after posting bond.

Gerald Coder, 63, of 30 N. West St., was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday and held in the city jail until sober. Police found him lying across a concrete embankment at the intersection of Jefferson and Newton streets.

Charged two 14-year-old boys with curfew violations in connection with a West Main Street incident Saturday. Police forwarded a report to the Huron County Prosecutor's office and Huron County Juvenile Court.

Jennifer A. Salisbury, 30, of Chilicothe, was arrested on three local warrants Sunday and charged with failure to pay fines and costs on the original conviction of driving with suspended license. She also was arrested on two passing bad check warrants. Salisbury currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The Oberlin Police Department reported having an unspecified prisoner in custody Friday.

An area motorist reported there were three to four cows on U.S. 250 Friday.

The Norwalk Police Department reported Friday there was an open door at the Huron County Courthouse.

A Section Line Road 30, Bellevue, resident reported there was a disabled vehicle partially in the road Friday.

An area resident reported her son lost his wallet Friday in the boys' locker room at Western Reserve High School.

A West U.S. 224, New Haven, business employee reported a male suspect left without paying for about $504 worth of diesel Friday.

A South Ohio 61, Monroeville, resident reported the unauthorized used of a bank card Friday.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation at a Tiger Road business Friday.

A U.S. 224, Willard, resident reported an elderly man who had been standing at a nearby intersection for several hours Friday asked to use his telephone.

An area resident reported seeing three male juvenile suspects carrying a 12-pack of beer Saturday near the old school building on West Ashtabula Street, North Fairfield.

Found an open gate at an East U.S. 20 business Saturday.

A Hartland Center Road, Collins, resident reported a loud music complaint Saturday.

Dispatchers received two 9-1-1 calls about a loud vehicle on Cook Road, New London, east of the complainant's home Saturday.

The Greenwich Police Department requested deputies be on the look-out for an unspecified missing person Saturday.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call from a Washburn Road, Willard, resident who said he misdialed Saturday.

An Ohio 60, Wakeman, resident reported a suspicious brown Buick pulled into his driveway in front of his pickup truck Saturday. The vehicle backed out and then headed toward the village.

An Ohio 162, North Fairfield, resident reported a trespassing incident involving several four-wheelers Saturday.

A South Old State Road resident reported a relative refused to leave Saturday after being requested to do so several times.

The Willard Police Department reported having Jeremiah R. Moser, 25, of 507 W. Sandusky St., Willard, in custody on a failure to appear warrant Saturday. He was released from the Huron County Jail after posting bond.

A Bevier Road, Willard, resident reported a suspicious vehicle was in driving in the area without its headlights Sunday.

A Baseline Road, Shiloh, resident reported domestic violence Sunday.

The Norwalk Police Department reported a suspected underage drinking party Sunday on South Norwalk Road.

An area resident reported a suspected underage drinking party Sunday on Ohio 61.

The Wakeman Police Department requested undisclosed assistance Sunday on Pleasant Street, Wakeman. Citizens Ambulance, the state Highway Patrol and two deputies were dispatched the scene.

The Greenwich Police Department received a report of a suspected intoxicated pedestrian on U.S. 224, Greenwich, near the railroad tracks Sunday.

Residents on Fayette and Chenango roads, New London, reported mailbox damage Sunday.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation at a North U.S. 250 business Sunday.

A U.S. 250, New London, business employee reported someone broke a 15-inch flag pole Sunday.

A West Ashtabula Street, New London, resident reported telephone harassment Sunday.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a relative who "had taken a shot at her" Sunday on Peru Center Road, Monroeville.

An area resident reported there was a dark blue pickup truck at an Old Ohio 18 vacant house Sunday. The complainant called about 20 minutes later to say the truck was heading east on Ohio 18 with two lawn mowers in the bed.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 hang-up call Sunday from Quarry Street, Wakeman. A man, during the third call-back, said there was no emergency.

A North Edwards Road resident reported telephone harassment Sunday.

A Peru Olena Road resident reported suspected underage consumption Sunday.

An area motorist reported an injured deer on Townline Road 131 needed to be dispatched Sunday.