Daily log, Jan. 17
Cheyenne K. Sauers, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with receiving stolen property for an incident Jan. 7.
Bo A. Kin, 34, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Tuesday afternoon.
A woman went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report someone stole her headlight.
A cab driver reported Tuesday night a client did not pay fare.
A break-in was reported Tuesday evening in the 200 block of North Washington Street.
A 100-block Madison Street man reported Tuesday night his girlfriend dumped his four-wheeler out of his truck and tried to run over him.
A 100-block Melmore Street caller reported Tuesday night a door appeared to have been kicked in.
John D. Hampshire, 58, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct early Wednesday morning.
Aaron M. Saylor, 20, of New Jersey, was charged with underage possession/consumption early Wednesday morning.
A 100-block West Market Street man reported Wednesday afternoon a lockout tool was missing from his vehicle.
A first-block Koehler Street woman reported Tuesday afternoon a man whom she let borrow her vehicle would not return it.
A 5000-block East SR 18 male reported Tuesday evening a suspicious person in a truck was in his driveway.
Lee A. Kolling, 38, of Toledo, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, a right-side-of-the-roadway violation and a seatbelt violation early Monday morning.
A 400-block West Crocker Street woman reported Tuesday night she found her residence had been entered and a TV was missing.
A 100-block Lewis Street woman reported early Wednesday morning someone kept throwing food that may be poisoned into her yard.
An 800-block Davoli Street woman requested to speak to an officer early Wednesday morning about a person who appeared to be stalking her.
A 700-block Circle Drive man reported Wednesday morning his bicycle had been stolen.
A woman reported Wednesday afternoon someone threw a rock from the overpass in the area of East Center and South Town streets. The rock shattered her windshield.
A 1500-block North Countyline Street man reported Wednesday afternoon someone broke into his shed.
Old Fort firefighters were called to North SR 53 early Wednesday morning for the report of heavy smoke. Nothing of concern was found.