Huron caller gets arrested

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Hollie Newton
Jun 8, 2013


50 years ago, 1963: Obscene telephone calls to more than 100 Huron women ended with the arrest of a 15-year-old Berlin Heights youth. The calls - to girls as young as 10 and women as old as 80 - began in January. The caller was finally caught after a smart woman agreed to meet him, then called police.

25 years ago, 1988: Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot entered into a contract with the U.S. Postal Service to find ways to save money and slow the increase in the cost of mailing a letter. Perot was credited in revolutionizing the computer service industry.

10 years ago, 2003: Willard-based Midwest Industries shut down after the bacteria which causes Legionnaires' disease was found at the plant. A Sandusky man was hospitalized after he was diagnosed with Erie County's first recorded case of the disease this year.



Interesting phone.

SeƱor Clown

That's a pretty impressive recollection of phone facts there, Nighthawk.


No caller ID either.


it's WOMAN for one of us. WOMEN for more than one. why can't people get that right? even journalists that supposedly went to college?

he said she said

It is the Sandusky Register. Remember?