Friday, September 13, 2013

Huron Schools Superintendent Dennis Muratori and city manager Andy White have partnered up to build better relations with community members.

Coffee connections will be a casual discussion group, where community members can address issues concerning Huron’s school district and city government. The first meeting takes place tomorrow morning at Berardi’s Restaurant in Huron at 9:00 am.

A 14 year old Sandusky boy was arrested and charged with the rape of a 12-year old boy.

Norwalk police made the arrest yesterday morning at Norwalk High School. The suspected rape happened this past summer. The investigation began after authorities were notified by the victims parents.

A Bellevue woman is facing drug charges after her child took a marijuana grinder to school.

25 year old Sarrah Honaker said the grinder was hers, but she hadn’t used it in quite some time. Her son stated that he wanted to use it as a snake trap, and was not sure what the actual purpose of the device was. The boy told police he found the item in his mother’s purse.

A Greenwich man was arrested Monday morning and charged with unlawful restraint and criminal damaging after locking his ex-girlfriend in a shed.

41 year old Jamie Stateler called police to report the vandalism of two Pierce Street mobile homes, one of them belonging to his ex-girlfriend. Soon after Greenwich Police Officer Aaron Gibson arrived, he heard faint cries for help coming from a wooden shed on the west side of the property. The victim was released from the shed, and accused Stateler of breaking her windows and locking her in  the shed. “Stateler admitted to breaking out the windows with a knife that had a wooden handle and locking (the victim) inside the shed because he was upset that she was trying to go back with her ex-husband. He was transported to the Huron County Jail and released later Monday after posting bond. Stateler’s Norwalk Municipal Court trial is scheduled for Sept. 18