Daily log

ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF TUESDAY NOV. 3 8:58 a.m. -- Erie County Sheriff's office, Christo
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF

TUESDAY NOV. 3

8:58 a.m. -- Erie County Sheriff's office, Christopher Stanford, 42, 1400 Lindsey St., warrant.

11:55 a.m. -- Erie County Sheriff's office, Joshua Barkacs, 21, 500 block E. Monroe St., warrant.

4:56 a.m. -- Mason and West Skadden Road, Ian S. Brumfield, 22, 6200 block of Skadden Road, charges pending for driving under suspension, fleeing and failure to obey a traffic device.

3:54 p.m. -- Cantelli Block & Brick, 613 Rye Beach Road, Huron, a manager told police five large batteries and a charger used for large portable signs were stolen.

5:56 p.m. -- Railroad and Poorman Road, Vermilion, woman told deputies a car swerved at her, causing her to fall into a ditch.

SANDUSKY POLICE

MONDAY NOV. 2

5:06 p.m. -- Cleveland Road and Roosevelt Street, Otis Campbell, 51, 1900 block Harrison St., driving under suspension; Eric C. Hand, 47, 1100 block Fifth St., failure to wear seat belt.

TUESDAY NOV. 3

8:04 a.m. -- 1200 block N. Depot St., woman received an e-mail from a bank in the Cayman Islands that asked her to contact them about a relative who had recently passed away. Police said it was likely a scam.

8:51 a.m. -- 2000 block Sherman St., report of stolen Sony PlayStation 3 Blu-ray system and 10 games from a residence.

9:30 a.m. -- Cleveland Road and Remington Avenue, Michael T. Murray, 55, 2900 block Timber Lane, expired driver's license.

11:35 a.m. -- 1300 block Olds St., police received a call of people in a blue truck stealing scrap metal from Thakar Aluminum. No vehicle matching that description was found in the area.

1:21 p.m. -- 1400 block Campbell St., elderly woman told police a credit card had been opened up in her name and charges for $2,546 were made.

1:38 p.m. -- 1800 block Clay St., police received a call of two roosters loose in a backyard. The roosters ran away when an officer tried to approach them.

3:42 p.m. -- 2000 block Camp St., report PlayStation 2 and some games stolen from a residence.

5:19 p.m. -- 400 block Decatur St., man told police a building he owned had been broken into. Nothing appeared to be missing.

6:43 p.m. -- 2000 block Camp St., 16-year-old boy, same, violation of probation.

7:51 p.m. -- Camp and Monroe streets, Charles L. Moore, 47, 2000 block Shelby St., operating a vehicle while intoxicated, open container, resisting arrest.

10:00 p.m. -- 1800 block Remington Ave., woman told police her apartment had been entered for the second time in two days. A laptop was stolen the first time, and this time a Nintendo Wii was taken.

10:07 p.m. -- Hancock and Monroe streets, Daniel E. Birkett, 30, Columbus, red light violation.

WEDNESDAY NOV. 4

12:08 a.m. -- Milan Road and Boalt St., Ariene D. Sutherland, 21, 2000 block Carr St., warrant.

12:35 a.m. -- Harbor Boulevard and Tiffin Ave., Kari A. Long, 1700 block Mills St., 24, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, open flask, failure to control, child endangering.

3:42 p.m. -- 2000 block Camp St., woman told police her home had been entered and her son's PlayStation had been stolen.

PERKINS POLICE

TUESDAY NOV. 3

8:58 a.m. -- 2900 block Milan Road, Alphonse E. Ott, 500 block Meigs St., warrant.

9:27 a.m. -- A two-vehicle non-injury accident occurred on West Perkins Avenue when Scott A Webb Jr., 21, 1000 block Hayes Ave., failed to stop for traffic as he pulled out of Kroger. Webb hit a vehicle traveling east driven by Richard T. Ross, 44, 800 block Bardwell Road. Webb was cited for failure to yield.