Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL Darlene S. Almand, 57, of Dayton, was cited for assured clear distance Friday on U.S. 250 after her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by Cecile R. Kramer, 29, of 8 Jonathan Lane, Norwalk.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

HIGHWAY PATROL

Darlene S. Almand, 57, of Dayton, was cited for assured clear distance Friday on U.S. 250 after her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by Cecile R. Kramer, 29, of 8 Jonathan Lane, Norwalk.

Richard K. Sexton, 51, of 22 LaBeau St., Monroeville, was cited Friday for reasonable control after his vehicle exited the roadway and struck a utility pole on Beckstein Road.

Marcus J. Howes, 63, of 5895 U.S. 20, Wakeman, was operating a vehicle that struck a deer Thursday on Ohio 60.

Russell N. Stang, 45, of 2186 Peru Center Road, Monroeville, was operating a vehicle Thursday on Ohio 99 that struck a dog.

David A. Youngless, 31, of 672 New State Road, was cited for reasonable control Thursday after his vehicle exited New State Road and struck a mailbox and culvert. Youngless reportedly fell asleep at the wheel.

NORWALK FIRE

Responded to 4 5th St. at 4:38 a.m. today to assist with a patient. Returned to station at 4:54.

Responded to 230 Whittlesey Ave. at 7:46 p.m. Sunday to assist North Central EMS with a patient. Returned to station at 8:03.

Responded to 15 W. Main St. at 2:30 p.m. Sunday to assist North Central EMS with a patient. Returned to station at 2:40.

Responded to 9 1/2 W. Elm St. at 1:07 p.m. Sunday to assist North Central EMS with a patient. Returned to station at 1:17.

Responded to 520 Milan Ave. at 9:33 a.m. Friday to assist North Central EMS with a patient. Returned to station at 10.

Responded to 59 Eastwood Drive at 9:23 a.m. Friday to assist North Central EMS with a patient. Returned to station at 9:45.

NORWALK POLICE

Brook L. Resor, 23, of 56 Simpson St., was cited for assured clear distance Saturday on Gallup Avenue after her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by Timothy J. Scheel, 34, of 23 N. West St.

Darrin Jordan, 40, of Sandusky, and Andrew D. Braden, 19, of 520 Milan Ave., were both cited today for fighting.

Matthew T. Boster, 26, of Bellevue, was arrested Sunday on a local warrant.

Craig A. Scott, 45, of 140 N. Hester St., and Laura A. Scott, 42, of same address, were both cited for disorderly conduct Sunday.

A West Main Street resident reported a possible theft Sunday.

A North Pleasant Street resident reported a possible theft Sunday.

Daniel Yoder, 37, of 174 1/2 Benedict Ave., and Heidi M. Russell, 21, of same address were both arrested Sunday on several local warrants.

Michael A. DeJesus, 18, of Lorain, was cited for underage consumption and possession of marijuana Sunday.

Alicia M. Myers, 26, of 8 Walnut St., was arrested for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and obstructing official business.

Anthony G. Hale, 19, of 140 Woodlawn Ave., was cited for littering Sunday.

The owners of a West Main Street business reported a possible theft attempt Sunday.

William H. Thompson, 43, of 32 Fruen St., and Brenda M. Thompson, 26, of same address, were each cited for disorderly conduct Saturday.

Robert J. Goetz, 49, of Defiance, was arrested on a local warrant Saturday.

Officers responed to a fight complaint near a Milan Avenue building Saturday. Two Milan Avenue boys were suspects in the event.

Ryan Boldman, 20, of 4696 Plank Road, was arrested Saturday on a local warrant.

Aaron J. Hindle, 21, of 14-C Glover St., was arrested Saturday on a local warrant.

Jacob D. Cain, 18, of 520 Milan Ave., Apt. 34, was arrested on a local warrant Saturday.

A Newton Street resident told police three vehicles were entered Saturday.

Miranda L. Fligor, 22, of 56 1/2 Milan Ave., was cited for disorderly conduct Saturday.

Timothy Shupe, 33, of 20 Reed St., was cited for disorderly conduct Saturday.

Patricia A. Clark, 19, of Sandusky, was cited for underage consumption Saturday.

Amy L. Barnett, 30, of 30-C Woodlawn Ave., was arrested Friday on several bad-check warrants.

A Westwind Drive business employee reported the theft of a television Friday.

A Norwalk woman reported a hit-skip accident at a Westwind Drive business Friday.

Norman H. Oswald Jr., 49, of 147 Milan Ave., was arrested Friday for public intoxication, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Calvin Brown, 50, of Sandusky, was arrested Friday on local warrants.

A Milan Avenue resident told police someone threw a rock through their front window recently.

Officers responded to Norwalk High School Friday after a teacher broke up a fight between two juveniles. The boys were to be suspended from school and cited for disorderly conduct.

A Milan Avenue resident told police Friday the mirror on their vehicle was cracked.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

A Neal Zick Road, Willard, resident reported telephone harassment Friday.

An Edmonds Road, Bellevue, resident reported fraud Friday.

A Bevier Road, Willard, resident reported a breaking and entering Friday.

Received an alarm activation from a Halfway Road, Monroeville, business Friday.

A U.S. 250, Norwalk, resident reported the theft of money Friday.

Eddie Dean Tackett, 39, of 2498 Neal Zick Road, Lot 8, was arrested Friday on a secret indictment from Huron County Common Pleas Court.

Assisted at a Monroe Street, Monroeville, business for a fight Sunday.

A New State Road, North Fairfield, resident reported vandalism Sunday.

A Hettle Road, Willard, resident reported a suspicious vehicle Sunday.

Received a call about possible domestic violence at a Ohio 61, Monroeville, address Sunday.

Responded to a Peru Hollow Road, Norwalk, address to perform a civil standby Sunday.

Assisted at a U.S. 20, Wakeman, residence Sunday.

Responded to an alarm at a U.S. 250, Norwalk, business Sunday.

A Cook Road, Wakeman, resident reported trespassing four-wheelers Sunday.

Received a report of an abandoned vehicle at a Zenobia Road, Norwalk, location Sunday.

Responded to a Rome-Greenwich Road, New London, address for a possible domestic situation Sunday.

Plymouth police told dispatchers they had been notified Richland County deputies had a subject in custody on a Huron County warrant. Deputies advised the subject's parents were en route to the Willard Police Department to post the subject's bond.

A Penn Road, North Fairfield, resident reported an unruly juvenile Saturday.

Responed to an alarm at a Cleveland Road, Norwalk, business Saturday.

A Gregory Road, Willard, business reportedly had its side door kicked in Saturday.

A Paul Road, Willard, resident reported mailbox vandalism Friday.

Jeremy M. Sax, 26, of 9 1/2 Broadway St., Plymouth, was arrested Saturday on an active warrant. He must sit 20 days at the county jail.

Responded to a domestic dispute on Daniels Road near Willard Saturday.

A West Street, New Haven, resident told police people were driving four-wheelers on the roadway without their lights on Saturday.

A Townline Road 131, Norwalk, resident reported a possible prowler Saturday.

Arrested Adam Caste of Angola, Ind. Saturday on warrants from Indiana.

Responded to a neighbor dispute on Egypt Road near Willard Saturday.

Received a report of road rage on Lamereaux Road near Monroeville Saturday.

Randy D. Basham, 52, of Upper Sandusky, was arrested Saturday on a warrant from Mercer County in Pennsylvania.

WILLARD POLICE

The Feb. 26-March 4 Willard Police Department blotter had the following highlights:

Feb. 26

An employee of an East Tiffin Street business reported a theft. The incident remains under investigation.

Sebastian Hernandez, 27, of 648 Timothy Drive, Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant and transported to the Huron County Jail to serve a 30 day sentence.

A caller reported a male subject at an apartment at 210 Rae Court, Willard, who would not leave. Benjamin T. Myers, 21, of Mansfield, was arrested for a sex offense and transported to the Huron County Jail.

A Park Street resident reported telephone harassment. An officer spoke with the two male suspects who denied making any calls, but said they received multiple calls from the complainant.

A caller reported losing her billfold while shopping at a local grocery store.

Feb. 27

A Hayes Street resident reported being a victim of a suspected e-mail scam.

A South Myrtle Avenue resident reported receiving threatening telephone calls. An officer obtained statements which were forwarded to the Willard Law Director's Office for the consideration of charges.

Responded to two males accused of fighting in the street on South Myrtle Avenue.

A Washington Street resident accused a relative of smoking marijuana in his bedroom. Officers did not locate any evidence of illegal drug activity.

A resident in the 500 block of Dale Avenue reported windows were broken during a vehicle break-in. Nothing was missing. About seven minutes later, an officer located another vehicle with the passenger window broken out and interior damage in the same block.

Feb. 28

Jesus Cruz, 44, of Racine, Wis., was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with his tractor-trailer hitting the Tiffin Street underpass.

A caller from the Willard Middle School requested an officer regarding an undisclosed incident about a student that remains under investigation.

A West Pearl Street resident accused someone of using her bank debit card at a service station. The incident remains under investigation.

A Loris Lane resident received a call that her account was overdrawn, an account she closed about a year ago. The incident remains under investigation.

A Washington Street resident reported finding two male suspects in her home when she returned. The incident remains under investigation.

An area motorist accused one of two male juvenile suspects walking in the area of Main and Pearl streets of pullinh something from under his jacket and pointing it at her when she drove by. An officer located the two boys and one had a pellet gun, which was confiscated and placed into evidence. The boys were advised to have a parent come to the station.

An officer was flagged down by a woman on West Avenue about a domestic dispute. She suspected the male suspect was siting in a vehicle behind her garage. An officer checked and he was not there.

A caller reported being assaulted at an Ash Street establishment.

Jamie Olney, 30, of 427 N. Main St., Willard, was arrested on a contempt of court warrant.

A Motson Street resident accused juveniles across the street of setting off fireworks. The three juveniles denied setting off fireworks, but an officer saw them throwing snowballs near a bus and told them to stop.

March 2

A caller from the Willard High School requested an officer while they conducted a search of a student suspected of having a possible weapon. The student did not have a weapon, but made comments to the effect that he had one.

An employee of an East Walton Avenue business reported a theft which remains under investigation.

A caller from the Willard Middle School accused a student of threatening administrators. The incident remains under investigation.

An area resident reported a West Sandusky Street break-in.

An employee of a Blossom Centre business reported a shoplifter.

March 3

Joseph Marino, 59, of 116 Rustic Rook Road, Willard, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance in connection with an accident at the intersection of Main and Laurel streets.

The Huron County Sheriff's Office requested assistance with a Wessor Avenue traffic stop.

March 4

A Crestwood Drive resident reported a domestic assault which remains under investigation.

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