Daily log, Jan. 31
A caller from Columbian High School, 300 S. Monroe St., requested to speak to an officer Tuesday afternoon about a threatening text.
A 100-block Third Avenue man reported Tuesday afternoon someone rolled a tractor tire into his yard, smashing the side of his greenhouse.
A theft from a vehicle was reported Tuesday night in the first block of North Washington Street.
A person reported Tuesday night three men were chasing another man down in alley in the 100 block of North Washington Street. Police were unable to locate the men.
A man went to the station Wednesday morning to report a GPS and a changer were stolen from his vehicle overnight in the first block of Boehler Street.
A 1000-block West TR 41 woman reported Tuesday afternoon a GPS was stolen from her vehicle.
A 5000-block North SR 53 man reported Tuesday afternoon his garage was broken into and an amplifier was taken. The amplifier was located at a pawn shop in Fremont.
A 1000-block North TR 21 woman reported Tuesday night items were missing from a home.
A house in the 11000 block of East CR 62 was reported to have been shot with paintballs Wednesday morning.
Vandalism was reported Wednesday afternoon at a farm on West CR 59.
Robert A. Coppus Jr., 27, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Monday.
An employee of Best Western, 1690 N. Countyline St., reported a man and woman were fighting Wednesday morning.
A person went to the station Wednesday afternoon to speak to an officer about a stolen bank card.
A caller from Circle K, 1245 N. Countyline St., requested to speak to an officer Wednesday afternoon about a possible theft.
A 500-block Mount Vernon Drive man reported Wednesday afternoon his neighbor stole his dog.
Firefighters were called to 171 First Ave. Tuesday evening for a good intent call.
Firefighters were called to 196 S. Monroe St. Wednesday morning for a smoke detector activation due to a malfunction.
McCutchevnille firefighters were called to West CR 6 early Wednesday morning for a tree that fell on a vehicle.
Bloomville firefighters were called to South SR 19 Wednesday morning for a fuel odor.
Green Springs firefighters were called to South Broadway Street Wednesday afternoon for a gas leak.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Cory J. Sours, 18 Grace St., pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, 30 days jail, 15 days suspended, no contact with victim or their address, $602.
Susan Stein, 3 Colony Ave., contempt charge dismissed, court finds that the debtor’s exam is hereby completed and contempt is satisfied, $56.
Linda Cooper Smith, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to assured clear distance, two points, $117.
Eric B. Baker, Bellevue, pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, $142.