The Wakeman Police Department blotter for Feb. 12-22 had the following highlights:
West Virginia resident Brian White, 19, was arrested on an undisclosed Greenwich Police Department warrant and transferred to a Greenwich officer.
A Cecile Street resident accused her ex-boyfriend of making threatening telephone calls. The incident remains under investigation.
A Townsend Street resident reported receiving a check in the mail, requesting the recipient to cash the check and send 10 percent of the money back to a California company. Police seized the suspected fraudulent check as evidence and forwarded a report to the postal inspector and state attorney general's office.
Received a tip in which a juvenile male was accused of attempting to sell marijuana to other juveniles on Railroad Street. The incident remains under investigation.
Jasen Thomson, 33, of Cleveland, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant and transported to the Huron County Jail, where he was released later after posting bond.
An employee of an East Main Street business reported the theft of gasoline. The incident remains under investigation.
Dorenda Keller, 37, of Elyria, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant on the original charge of driving with fictitious plates. She was transferred to the Norwalk Police Department, where she was released later after posting bond.
Contacted the Huron County Dog Warden about a dog at large at a West Main Street business. The dog warden took custody of the dog, which didn't have any tags.
Five plain clothes Wakeman officers, members of the METRICH Drug Task Force and Huron County Sheriff's Capt. Bob McLaughlin used warrants to arrest several unspecified suspects who were the subjects of an investigation that started in May 2006.