Alleged abuse of developmentally-disabled man in Collins
The Huron County Sheriff’s Office is looking into allegations involving the abuse of a 22 year-old developmentally-disabled man. The Norwalk Reflector reports that a search warrant was executed Tuesday morning at 3185 U.S. 20 near Collins; citing “evidence of abuse,” “unlawful restraint” and “questionable conditions.” The man was taken into protective custody on Friday, said Sheriff Dane Howard. The man’s caretakers were not home during the search; but were later interviewed by the sheriff’s office, where they were released, without being charged.
Food drive to benefit Huron County domestic violence victims
The Huron County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a food drive in October in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Food will be collected now through October 28th with everything to be donated to Victim Assistance at The Miriam House in Norwalk, a housing program for homeless women and their children. Donations can be dropped off in the lobby of the sheriff’s office at 12 East Main Street in Norwalk.
Arnold Schwartzenegger to speak at Oberlin College on Saturday
Final preparations are underway at Oberlin College, for a national conference on energy. The three-day conference titled “After Fossil Fuels, The Next Economy” begins tomorrow; featuring former California Governor Arnold Schwartzenegger as a guest speaker on Saturday.
Domino’s Pizza Fundraiser Day for Willard Elementary
Willard Elementary School is hosting a Domino’s Pizza fundraiser today. Willard Elementary and their Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports program (PBIS) will receive a portion of all sales today at Domino’s in Willard.