Crime/accidents

HIGHWAY PATROL Robert S. Evans, 30, of 776 Greenbush Road, Willard, hit a deer Tuesday on U.S. 224 near Edwards Road.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

HIGHWAY PATROL

Robert S. Evans, 30, of 776 Greenbush Road, Willard, hit a deer Tuesday on U.S. 224 near Edwards Road.

NORWALK FIRE

Assisted North Central EMS with patient care and transport at 9:22 p.m. Tuesday at 132 Leisure Lane. Returned to station at 9:45.

NORWALK POLICE

Arrested a 15-year-old Willard Avenue boy in connection with a Cline Street business shoplifting incident Tuesday. He was charged with theft and released to his mother.

A Greenwich Milan Road resident reported the theft of $93 from his locker at a Republic Street business Tuesday.

A Gallup Avenue resident reported Tuesday he had been receiving calls from mortgage companies and banks requesting personal information. The incidents remain under investigation.

An area resident reported finding a Mongoose Over Limit bicycle abandoned Tuesday on Stoutenburg Drive.

Found a white 2005 Ford Freestar van stuck in the side yard of a North Prospect Street address Tuesday that belonged to a Whittlesey Avenue resident. The owner , who didn't know the vehicle had been missing, had moved her van, but accidentally left the keys in the ignition.

No citation was issued Tuesday after Patrick J. Wagner, 32, of 23 Newton St., Apt. A7, hit the right side of the parked vehicle driven by Jamie A. Brant, 20, of 133 N. West St., Apt. A2, who was dropping off a child at school on East Main Street.

John J. Ohlemacher, 75, of 480 S. Norwalk Road, was charged with a red light violation Tuesday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Andrew S. Woods, 18, of 132 W. Main St., at the U.S. 250 light near Fisher-Titus Medical Center and Burger King.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

An Ohio 99, Monroeville, resident reported receiving 20 hang-up calls in about 15 minutes Tuesday. The complainant determined it was a friend who was a truck driver who fell asleep and accidentally hit speed dial.

An area motorist reported someone driving recklessly Monday on U.S. 20.

Dispatchers were advised of an alarm activation at an Old State Road business Tuesday.

Shane W. Brown, 33, of Willard, was arrested on eight warrants Tuesday and charged with seven counts of failure to appear and one count of failure to fines. He was turned over to the Willard Police Department.

Responded to an undisclosed incident involving two Western Reserve High School students Tuesday.

Greenwich Police Chief Kevin VerBurg received a report from the South Central High School principal about two juvenile suspects who reportedly were going to fight Tuesday on East U.S. 224, Greenwich.

An area resident reported finding a bone Tuesday at Shady Lane Cemetery.

Contacted Huron County Children's Services about a suspected sex offense Tuesday on South Main Street, North Fairfield.

A Scottwood Drive, Willard, resident reported a neighbor's dog jumped on his wife's car and scratched it Tuesday.

A U.S. 20, Wakeman, resident accused her neighbor of shooting handguns Tuesday.

The Norwalk Police Department stopped a 14-year-old girl who fled her U.S. 224, Greenwich, home in a 2004 Ford Explorer after police received a 9-1-1 call from a relative Tuesday. A deputy contacted a juvenile probation officer.

An area resident accused someone of having a firearm in the parking lot of a Bullhead Road, Willard, business Tuesday.

A Laylin Road resident accused someone of shooting at his home Tuesday.

A Clyde police officer transported a juvenile arrested on a Huron County Juvenile Court warrant to Fremont so the boy could be transferred to the Sandusky County Juvenile Detention Center on Tuesday.

A North Greenfield Road, Willard, resident reported the theft of a space heater from his garage Tuesday.

A Townline Road 126, Willard, resident reported a trespassing incident Tuesday.

An area motorist reported blocking the driveway of an Ohio 162, New London, home to prevent a son from leaving in a vehicle without permission Tuesday.

The Greenwich Police Department reported a private property accident Tuesday at South Central High School.