Friday, February 16th, 2018

Norwalk/Meth lab found

Authorities discovered a house in Norwalk operating as a meth lab during a drug bust Thursday morning.

26-year-old Jessica Bryan of Cline Street faces a charge of complicity to manufacture meth; with an arrest warrant also issued for 34-year-old Brandon Henderson on the same charge.

The Norwalk Police Department special response team used a search warrant to conduct the bust at the home on Cline Street.


Milan/Two arrested in drug raid

A man and woman in Milan have been arrested following a drug investigation.

43-year-old Randy Myers and 39-year-old Stacy Bolding of East Front Street were both charged with felony meth possession and trafficking following the bust on Monday.


Bellevue/Man faces 130+ child porn charges

A Bellevue man has been indicted on 133 felony child pornography charges.

Police began investigating 39-year-old Joseph O’Brien of Union Street in 2016.

O’Brien recently pled “not guilty” to all charges in Sandusky County Common Pleas Court.


Sandusky/Man faces charges in alleged shooting incident

A 26-year-old Sandusky man faces charges of robbery, aggravated burglary and assault.

Julias Henderson of Merriweather Drive allegedly shot a man in the leg during a reported incident late last month on Neil and Wayne Streets.


Erie County/Semi-rollover closes 2 and 6

Ohio routes 2 and 6 were affected by a semi-rollover Thursday morning in Erie County.

The accident took place near the Sandusky exit on Route 2 eastbound, resulting in the closing of the road and the U.S. 6 on-ramp to Route 2 for several hours.


Oak Harbor/Text threat forces short lockdown

Oak Harbor High School was placed on a brief lockdown Wednesday morning following an alleged threat.

The lockdown lasted just 15 minutes after authorities deemed the reported text message threat to a student to not be credible.


Vermilion/Authorities warn of more car break-ins

Police in Vermilion are again warning residents of car break-ins.

The car entries were reported in the State Route 60-Hartford area during the overnight hours earlier this week.


North Fairfield/Only store has closed

The only store left in the small Huron County community of North Fairfield has apparently closed.

According to the Norwalk Reflector, a sign at the Country Corner Market shows the business for sale.

73-year-old Ronald Houghtlen Sr., the owner of the store, passed away in January.






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Increasing clouds, with a high near 38.



Mostly sunny, with a high near 44.