Crime/accidents

NORWALK FIRE Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 8:12 a.m. Monday at 7 Manahan Ave. Returned to station at 8:45.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

NORWALK FIRE

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 8:12 a.m. Monday at 7 Manahan Ave. Returned to station at 8:45.

Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 8:27 a.m. Monday at 53 Spino Court. Returned to station at 9.

Responded to a possible fire hazard at 1:39 p.m. Monday at 211 Woodlawn Ave. Firefighters determined that the testing the EPA will be doing Wednesday at the plant to measure exhaust hazards won't be a problem. Returned to station at 2:15.

Replaced batteries in a smoke detector at 2:05 p.m. Monday for a handicapped resident at 14 Breezewood Drive. Returned to station at 2;15.

NORWALK POLICE

An East Main Street resident reported domestic violence Monday. A Huron County Juvenile Court probation officer released the 15-year-old juvenile suspect to his mother and forwarded a report to juvenile court.

Located a 12-year-old East Main Street girl walking on U.S. 250 with a flashlight and returned her home Monday.

A South Old State Road resident reported receiving nine cell phone calls in which the caller remained silent within four days. The incident remains under investigation.

Michael R. Brown, 25, of 10 Indian Terrace, was arrested and charged with domestic violence and disorderly conduct Monday. He was booked at the city jail to await a temporary protection order hearing.

Responded to a possible fight outside the emergency room of Fisher-Titus Medical Center, where an Eastwood Drive resident reported being the victim of domestic violence Monday. Police forwarded a report to the Norwalk Law Director's Office for the consideration of charges.

Esequiel Gonzalez Jr., 29, of 31A Bouscay Ave., was arrested and charged with assault and resisting arrest today after the victim called 9-1-1 to report a domestic dispute. He currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.

The Wakeman Police Department transported Dorenda Keller, 37, of Elyria, to the station today on two warrants. She was issued two summons and charged with passing bad checks.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Transported an unspecified prisoner Monday to the Plymouth Police Department to be transferred to the Richland County Sheriff's Office.

Shawn X. Gaines, 42, of 18 W. Elm St., was arrested on a Perkins Township Police Department warrant Monday and charged with failure to appear for a hearing on an open container violation. He was turned over to a Perkins officer.

A Lincoln Road, Wakeman, resident reported horses were loose in the roadway Monday.

A Chapel Street, Collins, resident reported a neighbor backed out of her driveway and knocked the complainant's son and his friend into the ditch Monday.

The state Highway Patrol requested deputies check for a vehicle in an Ohio 103, Plymouth, ditch Monday.

Dispatchers received several 9-1-1 calls about a vehicle rollover accident Monday on Ohio 18. A deputy reported later the people in the vehicle were out and not injured, so dispatchers canceled the call to Citizens Ambulance.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation Monday on DeRussey Road, Collins.

An area motorist reported being involved in a non-injury accident Monday on Geiger Road, Monroeville.

Responded to a disabled vehicle Monday on the east side of Ohio 60, New London, south of Fayette Road.

Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about an Alpha Road, Greenwich, altercation Monday.

The state Highway Patrol requested deputies check for a vehicle in a U.S. 224, Willard, ditch Monday.

WILLARD POLICE

The Feb. 4-11 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

Feb. 4

Alfredo P. Zunon, 25, of Marion, was arrested, charged with driving under the influence and transported to the Huron County Jail.

An employee of Mercy Hospital of Willard reported having a subject in the emergency room who was involved in a fight.

A caller reported a fight in the 100 block of Dale Avenue. An officer checked the area, no one was found.

A caller reported a fight in the alley down from a Myrtle Avenue business, but no one was fighting upon arrival.

A Hayes Street resident reported finding a dog on her porch and would keep it until the owner was located.

A South Main Street resident reported her vehicle had been egged. An officer found another vehicle also was egged. The egg was forced into the gas tank, the gas tank cap was taken and the vehicle was keyed.

A Rae Court resident reported a domestic dispute.

A caller reported the theft of a stove out of his father's Park Street garage.

Feb. 5

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported a possible intruder in the house.

A Keefer Street resident reported the theft of power tools.

A caller reported seeing a suspected drug deal in the Blossom Center parking lot and the parties involved were in the store. The business owner said the suspects were not allowed in the store anymore.

Feb. 6

A Park Street resident reported domestic violence. The problem will be taken care within the family.

Responded to a Myrtle Avenue accident at the railroad tracks. Charles Eberly, 26, of 528 Woodland Ave., Willard, was charged with failure to yield. Samuel A. Broca, 27, of 329 Keefer St., Willard, was charged with driving without a license.

A Pleasant Street resident reported domestic violence.

A Central Avenue resident reported when he returned home from work, he found several items missing. The incident remains under investigation.

A Dale Avenue resident reported someone hit her vehicle and left. The incident remains under investigation.

Feb. 7

Dispatched an ambulance to a train and car accident at an unspecified location.

A Fourth Street resident reported a theft. The incident remains under investigation.

Feb. 8

An area motorist reported both left side tires had been flattened on his vehicle while parked on Ash Street.

A caller from a business in the Blossom Center requested an officer regarding someone stealing from the store. An officer advised the workers had some suspicious people in the store.

A Motson Street resident reported a male suspect threw a beer bottle through her front window , which damaged her vehicle.

Feb. 9

The Huron County Sheriff's Office requested an ambulance at a New Haven business.

George McMillion, 33, of 314 Crestwood Drive, Willard, was arrested, charged with domestic violence and transported to the Huron County Jail.

A South Main Street resident reported someone rummaged through her vehicle. Nothing was taken or damaged.

A caller reported a female had about 40 cats in her Front Street home and accused her of not caring for them properly. The complainant said the woman had buried six cats in her yard Feb. 9. Police referred the matter to the code enforcement officer and health department.

Seth Cole, 33, of 126 Shumaker Drive, Bellevue, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with a South Myrtle Avenue accident.

Richard Schlotterer, 69, of Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with a South Conwell Avenue accident.

A caller reported seeing two suspects attempting to go through a Keefer Street window. The property owner who was unsure who is living there.

A Hayes Street resident reported several male suspects were looking for him regarding an undisclosed incident, but were gone upon arrival. The complainant reported being threatened.

Nick Harvey, 19, and CeeJay Harvey, 21, both of 106 Front St., Willard, were arrested on separate Norwalk Municipal Court contempt of court warrants and transported to the Huron County Jail.

An employee of an East Walton Street business requested an officer for a possible shoplifter. The incident remains under investigation.

Ronald Ruff, 28, of Carrothers, was arrested on Norwalk Municipal Court contempt warrant and transported to the Huron County Jail.

Feb. 10

A Crestwood Drive resident reported a domestic disturbance. The male suspect decided to leave and spent the night elsewhere.

An employee of the Mercy Hospital of Willard emergency room reported treating a patient for a dog bite.

A caller reported her daughter saw a vehicle turning south onto Ohio 103 and a young girl in the van had the door open and a male suspect in the van would not let her out. Police referred the matter to the Huron County Sheriff's Office.

A caller reported a residential burglary on East Emerald Street, where the back door was open and several items were missing. The incident remains under investigation.

A caller reported upon arriving home she found her door unlocked, opened and damaged. Officers reported no obvious signs of a break-in. Nothing was missing.

A South Main Street resident reported an altercation at a neighbor's apartment, where a male victim had been assaulted with a pipe. The incident remains under investigation.

A caller from a local apartment complex reported an altercation in the parking lot. The unwanted subject would not leave when requested, but did so later.

Feb. 11

An officer reported an open door at a vacant house in the 600 block of South Myrtle Avenue.

A caller accused a male suspect and two female juveniles of trespassing on West Maple Street.

Dispatched the Willard Fire Department to a fire in the area of Section Line Road 30 and Townline Road 12.

A West Maple Street resident reported someone rummaged through his vehicle. Several undisclosed items were missing. An officer later reported being with a male suspect in the area of Park and Emerald streets, who was accused of having several of the items. Dean Shepherd, 36, of 921 Armstrong Drive, Willard, was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property.