Daily log, January 10
A woman went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report medication was stolen from her apartment in the first block of Main Street.
A 200-block Fourth Avenue woman reported Tuesday afternoon a 14-year-old assaulted her two children while they were walking home from school.
Heidelberg Security reported Tuesday afternoon items were missing from two students’ rooms.
A man went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report someone opened two credit card accounts in his name.
A clerk from 76 E. Market St. reported Tuesday evening someone told them an iPod the store has for sale was stolen.
A 100-block Second Avenue caller reported Tuesday night a boy was destroying the dining room and had locked his father out of the house. The juvenile was arrested, according to the report.
A 12-year-old girl from Tiffin was charged with juvenile delinquency and disorderly conduct Tuesday night.
A man went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report someone took items from his vehicle while it was parked in the 100 block of North Countyline Street.
A 200-block North Sandusky Street woman reported Tuesday night a man hit her. The woman left the residence and the pair was told to stay away from each other.
A woman reported Wednesday morning she was raped by her mother’s boyfriend in the 1000 block of Columbus Avenue. Capt. Patrick Brooks of the Fostoria Police Department said the incident is under investigation. Further details could not be released.
Alicia Frias, 22, of Fostoria, was cited with failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead following a two-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon on SR 18 near SR 635. A passenger in Frias’s vehicle, Kim Stacy, 32, of Fostoria, along with two juvenile passengers, were transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital.
Firefighters were called to 849 N. Water St. Tuesday afternoon for excessive heat or scorch burns with no ignition.
Bascom firefighters were called to West CR 52 Tuesday evening for a wood burner fire.
Sycamore firefighters were called to SR 100 and TR 151 Tuesday evening for an accident.
Green Springs firefighters were called to Countyline Street Tuesday night for an accident.