Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Huron County/Sheriff’s deputy not hurt in accident

A Huron County Sheriff’s deputy was not injured after he reportedly flipped his vehicle early Saturday.

According to the sheriff’s office, Deputy Joseph Shoewe was responding to a call of a bar fight at Havana Tavern when the accident took place.

It happened between Hanville Corners and Bauman Road in Greenfield Township.

The state Highway Patrol is investigating.


Norwalk/Meth bust suspect faces separate indictment

A Norwalk man charged with the illegal manufacturing of meth during a drug raid last month has been indicted on a new charge.

34-year-old Brandon Henderson faces a charge of intimidating a witness in a criminal case, related to the drug raid on February 24th.

Henderson is accused by authorities of threatening a potential witness after he posted bond.


Sandusky/Kalahari accident under investigation

The investigation continues into Monday’s accident at Kalahari Resorts’ waterpark that left five people injured when an air duct reportedly fell from the ceiling and into a pool.

Sections of the park reopened Tuesday with state inspectors to check the area before the accident zone reopens.


Danbury Township/Students hosting “solidarity” event today

As students across the country participate today in the National School Walkout in remembrance of last month’s 17 Florida school shooting victims, Danbury High School will also host a unity event.

The event, called “DHS-Solidarity”, invites students, staff, and community members to join together in a reading of the victim’s names as well as the signing of a solidarity banner.

It takes place today at 2:30 pm in the high school gym.


Sandusky/Man receives felony OVI charge

A Sandusky man was charged with felony OVI Tuesday morning after allegedly wrecking his motorcycle.

Police say they found a 33-year-old Michael McClellan, covered in dirt and smelling of alcohol, trying to lift his cycle off the ground on Sycamore Line.

Authorities upgraded the charge to a felony because McClellan had five prior OVI’s.


Sandusky/Erie County “Shores and Islands” location moving

The Erie County Welcome Center of Lake Erie Shores and Islands is on the move.

Board members have voted to relocate from their current spot on Milan Road/U.S. 250 to 125 East Water Street in downtown Sandusky.

Officials say they’re moving due to potential of increased foot traffic, financial details and to be a part of the continued growth of their county seat.






Isolated snow showers this morning.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 36.



Mostly cloudy, with a low around 29.



Partly sunny, with a high near 37.



Mostly sunny, with a high near 32.