Daily log, March 11
Julian Garcia, 32, of Fremont, was charged with theft Thursday after an incident Oct. 9.
Gary A. Bulkowski, 62, of Burgoon, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and weaving zig zag course Saturday after an incident March 2.
A woman at Mercy Tiffin Hospital, 45 St. Lawrence Drive, reported Saturday night she was assaulted by an unknown man while walking home.
Gabriel Mendoza, 32, of Fostoria, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Sunday after an incident Saturday.
A 100-block Franklin Street woman reported early Sunday morning she heard someone try her front and back doors and saw a man running.
An officer was flagged down early Sunday morning about a man in Bear’s Den, 64 E. Perry St., carrying a handgun. A man was taken into custody.
Keith D. Shearer, 28, of Tiffin, was charged with dog at-large Sunday afternoon.
A person reported Saturday evening children in the first block of Lemmon Street were throwing smoke bombs.
A 100-block West Euclid Street man reported Saturday afternoon his car was broken into, and a camera and money were stolen.
Paraphernalia was found in a room at Twin Pines Motel, 919 E. US 224, Saturday evening.
Bascom EMS requested deputies at The Nest, 11315 W. SR 18, Saturday night.
A person reported Saturday evening a train depot at East North Street and the CSX railroad system was broken into.
An employee of Family Dollar, 215 E. Lytle St., reported Saturday evening a bag with a white substance was found inside the store.
A 500-block South Wood Street man reported early Sunday morning his brother had choked him.
A citation of assured clear distance ahead was issued after an accident at East Lytle and South Main streets Saturday afternoon.
Firefighters responded to an authorized controlled burning at 259 Coe St. Saturday afternoon.
Firefighters responded to a carbon monoxide detector activation due to malfunction at 241 S. Monroe St. early Sunday morning.
Kansas fire and Bascom EMS responded to a grass fire Sunday afternoon.
Bascom fire and EMS had a squad run Saturday night.
Bascom EMS and Kansas fire had a squad run Sunday morning.
Bellevue EMS had a squad run Sunday afternoon.
Tiffin EMS had a squad run Saturday afternoon, three squad runs Saturday evening and one squad run Sunday morning. Sycamore fire responded on a squad run with Tiffin EMS Saturday evening.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Penny A. Burns, Tiffin, stop sign violation, $115; Brody W. Harris, 686 S. Sandusky St., Lot 100, disorderly conduct, $240; Sierra L. Ray, Fostoria, failure to yield right of way, $117; Daniel J. Sherck, North Fairfield, seat belt violation, $75; Britton E. Kaman, 151 Minerva St., Apt. D, assured clear distance, $116; Sheila A. Buurma, Willard, speed, $137; Christine M. Jacobs, Willard, speed, $125; Yvonne M. Zidd, Hinckley, speed, $128; Michael J. Gerken, Ada, speed, $140; Jennifer M. Warnement, 176 1/2 Hudson St., failure to control/weaving, $115.
Brandon E. Hicks, 45 E. Pointe Court, failure to control/weaving, $115; Joshua T. Burns, New Riegel, traffic control light violation, $115; Randall C. Byrom, Stuart, Fla., speed, $122; Rachel L. Ropke, Port Clinton, speed, $116.
Barrett L. Price, Tiffin, contempt charge dismissed, contempt is satisfied.
Duane W. Judy, 129 Greely St., pleaded no contest to unknown charge, $123.
Nancy L. Taylor, Bellevue, pleaded no contest to failure to control, two points, $248.
Roger C. Jordan, Republic, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, permanent weapons disability, approved for restricted driving privileges after passing urine screen, $142.
Natasha M. Lynch, 55 Madison St., Apt. 2, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, permanent weapons disability, $242.
Heather M. Harris, 62A W. Market St., pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $252.
Bradley R. Bova, Bellevue, pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, pay restitution, $452; pleaded no contest to reckless operation, two points, $142.
Rebecca J. Williams, Fremont, pleaded guilty to traffic control light violation, $197.
Douglas A. Covert, Bloomville, operating vehicle impaired/refusal case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 20 days suspended, 10 days credit, six-month license suspension, Firelands for drug/alcohol assessment, six points, $607.
Cindy K. Heckert, 15 Frost Parkway, pleaded guilty to traffic control light violation, two points, $127.
Kevin J. Girard, Lakewood, pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, three-month license suspension, complete/pay for two-day underage drinking program, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering any establishment where alcohol is served by glass unless primary business is food, four points, $454; pleaded no contest to one-way traffic violation.
Matthew S. Williams, Republic, pleaded guilty to speed, two points, $120; pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $30.
Barbara J. Stucky, 390 Autumnwood Drive, pleaded no contest to driver inattention violation, $87.
Mae M. Jung, Ashland, expired registration case dismissed; obstruction of license case dismissed.
Nicholas E. Mullennex, 107 Circular St., misuse of credit card case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor for good cause shown, costs to state.
Guy H. Abbott III, 103 Clay St., pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, approved for restricted driving privileges after passing urine screen, $119; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, six-month license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges after passing urine screen, six points, $621; pleaded no contest to one-way traffic violation, $35.
Tanya D. Hickson, Akron, pleaded guilty to traffic device sign violation, $203.
Bobbie J. McGee, 233 N. Washington St., pleaded no contest to failure to confine dog, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, proof of obedience training completed to be provided, $368.