Daily log, Jan. 30
A 100-block Melmore Street woman reported Monday afternoon she saw a man in her car. She also found items missing from her purse that had been inside of the car.
A 100-block Jackson Street woman reported Monday afternoon she was sexually assaulted over the weekend. Chief Fred Stevens said no charges have been filed and the incident is under investigation.
A caller reported Monday night a first block Grace Street residence had been broken into over the weekend.
A first-block Fulton Street caller reported Tuesday morning a neighbor poured liquid on their patio 30 minutes earlier.
A vehicle in the 200 block of Walker Street was reported entered Tuesday morning.
Brian D. Shane, 42, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday.
A 7000-block East CR 16 woman reported Monday night her mailbox had been damaged and the trash was dumped overnight.
A 7000-block North TR 51 woman reported Tuesday morning she received a scam phone call from someone who said he was her grandson and needed bail money.
A person went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report two bad checks.
Vandalism was reported Tuesday afternoon in the 1000 block of West CR 42.
Lyndsay J. Keels, 28, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of marijuana Friday.
A woman went to the station Monday afternoon to report she found footprints in the snow around her house. She said it appeared as if a person had been looking in her windows.
A property manager reported Monday evening someone tampered with a door on a vacant unit in the 800 block of Bugner Street.
A man went to the station Monday evening to report three people assaulted him while he was picking up his truck.
A 400-block Stadium Drive man reported Monday evening his truck was broken into over the weekend.
An 800-block Woodward Drive woman reported early Tuesday morning she heard a window break. Extra patrol in the area was requested.
A 100-block Sandusky Street woman reported Tuesday morning she let her nephew borrow her vehicle and he was using it to haul moonshine.
Firefighters were called to 45 St. Lawrence Drive Monday evening for an unintentional detector activation.
Firefighters were called to 204 Walker St. early Tuesday morning for a vehicle fire. Tiffin Fire Chief William Ennis said the fire was electrical in nature and started in the engine compartment. The vehicle was totaled.