Crime/accidents

WILLARD POLICE
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

WILLARD POLICE

The Willard Police Department blotter covering May 19 through 25 had the following highlights:

May 19

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to the 100 block of East Pearl Street in response to railroad ties on fire.

School Resource Officer Brian Slone reported there was an unruly Willard Middle School student.

A Loris Lane resident reported someone spray-painted her mailbox.

A local resident reported having contact with a male suspect on MySpace.com who represented himself as an Army recruiter and the military police. The incident remains under investigation.

Contacted the state Highway Patrol about an accident at the intersection of Ohio 103 and Theo Moll Drive.

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to the 1200 block of Pin Oak Drive for an undisclosed reason.

A local apartment complex resident reported a disturbance.

A local resident accused a suspected female prowler of trying to open her doors.

May 20

Penny Trevino, 43, of Shelby, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant.

A Kennedy Drive resident reported his second-story windows were egged.

School Resource Officer Brian Slone reported there was an unruly Willard Middle School student.

An East Tiffin Street resident accused an estranged relative of taking her keys.

Four male juvenile suspects denied having knowledge of a BB gun or shooting one in the 200 block of Central Avenue. Police searched the area and found a BB gun and a bottle of BBs, but the boys still denied any involvement.

May 21

A Pin Oak Drive resident reported possible child endangerment involving his 4-year-old daughter.

Joshua J. Raymond, 28, of 31 E. Elm St., Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with being intoxicated and passing out on South Myrtle Avenue.

A Dale Avenue resident reported a female juvenile suspect returned home intoxicated and was being unruly. An officer took the girl into protective custody, contacted a Huron County juvenile probation officer and transported her to the Sandusky County  Juvenile Detention Center.

A male suspect who jumped out of his cousin’s car on East Howard Street denied making threats to harm himself.

May 22

The Attica Police Department requested an officer meet an ambulance at Mercy  Hospital of Willard for a possible suicide victim.

School Resource Officer Brian Slone reported having undisclosed problems with a Willard High School student.

Contacted American Electric Power about a Dale Avenue resident hearing what  sounded like a transformer blowing in the alley.

Sheri Carr, 32, of 734 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard, was issued a passing bad checks warrant.

A Maplewood Street resident reported the theft of an undisclosed item from her vehicle after an unauthorized entry.

A Huron County sheriff’s deputy requested undisclosed assistance at the intersection of North Conwell Avenue and East Tiffin Street.

A local resident accused a male suspect of throwing a ball in his face that was kicked into the suspect’s yard while playing kickball in the street.

An area resident reported being assaulted on Rae Court while picking up her son. Police forwarded a report to the Willard Law Director’s office for the consideration of charges.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about a dispute or altercation on North Conwell Avenue.

A Park Street resident reported a domestic dispute. The male subject stayed with his sister for the night to avoid further problems.

May 23

A local gas station customer reported another person who was carded later sat in the parking lot trying to get someone to give him or buy him cigarettes.

A local resident reported suspected identity theft.

Was flagged down about a fight at the Keefer Street Park. No one was there upon arrival.

May 24

A Mercy Hospital of Willard emergency room employee reported treating a male patient with lacerations. An officer later said the man was intoxicated and uncooperative.

A Park Street resident reported vehicle vandalism.

Glenn Hicks, 29, of 57 Baker St., was arrested on eight contempt of court warrants. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

A local resident accused a passing motorist of harassing him and being verbally abusive.

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to the 300 block of West Emerald Street for an undisclosed reason.

A North Conwell Avenue resident reported an unwanted person was causing problems.

A West Walton Avenue resident reported a custody-related altercation.

May 25

A North Church Street resident reported the theft of her son’s phone.

A Third Street resident reported the theft of two bicycles from his yard.

A local gas station business employee reported someone in a Jeep left without paying for gasoline.

A West Howard Street resident reported someone keyed her vehicle.

Timothy E. Fox, 38, of Mansfield, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

The Willard Fire Department reported going to Plymouth for mutual aid.

A Park Street resident reported seeing a male juvenile suspect who was on his porch run away when the resident came home. An officer later located the boy in the area carrying a hanging planter, took him into custody on a curfew violation and released to him to his aunt. The office reported the boy had a small plastic baggie containing a “vegetable substance” in his possession.