Fugitive thought to be in Norwalk has been found in a nearby state
Wade Crone, who is wanted in Indiana on a parole violation, has been located in Pennsylvania, according to Norwalk Police. The Norwalk PD had reported Crone as likely being in the Norwalk area in the last day or so.
Semi crashes into home near Bellevue Tuesday night
A semi driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a house in Lyme Township near Bellevue Tuesday evening. 50 year-old Randy Wright of Collins was north bound on State Route 4, just south of Seel Road, when he travelled off the right side of the road, into the ditch, then severely struck a home on State Route 4. Collins suffered minor injuries, along with one of the home’s residents, with the home sustaining significant damage. Alcohol or drugs do not appear to be crash-causing factors.
Huron County Public Health offering Free Mosquito Dunks to County Residents
During this summer and fall, Huron County Public Health is handing out free mosquito “dunks” to residents of Huron County. The dunks, which look like small donuts, float on water and give off bacteria that kill mosquito eggs. They can be used in ponds or anywhere where water collects for a long time. A small supply will be given to residents on a first-come, first-serve basis, with a limit of one pack per household. They can be picked up in the basement of the County Administration Building in Norwalk.
Ehove Police Academy now forming
The fall class is forming now at the Ehove adult Police Academy. The class is 17 weeks long; with the school providing all uniforms and equipment needed, including a duty belt, firearm, and ammunition. More information is available online at www.ehove.net .
Blood Donations needed throughout Ohio
(from Ohio News Connection)-Health officials are asking Ohioans to consider helping to save a life during the dog days of summer. Rodney Wilson with American Red Cross Blood Services said there’s typically a spike in traumatic injuries during the summer, while at the same time, blood donations drop.Wilson notes summer blood shortages usually affect those blood types that are needed most, but this year’s need is urgent for all blood types. Donors must be in good general health, weigh a minimum of 110 pounds and be at least 17 years old, or 16 with signed parental consent
Lorain County murder suspect to appear in court Thursday
A murder suspect has been returned to Lorain County, and is due in court tomorrow. 38 year-old Larry Brown is accused of shooting and killing 66 year old Lani Smith of Lorain 3 weeks ago. Brown was arrested in a Baltimore hospital where he was being treated for an ankle injury.