Daily Log, March 17
A 16-year-old Tiffin girl was charged with unruly juvenile Saturday morning.
A caller reported Friday afternoon she heard gun shots behind her first block Gary Lane residence.
A woman called Friday evening to report her ex stole her purse and belongings at the 400 block of Miami Street.
A caller reported Friday night a group of 15 or 20 people arguing and screaming beside a 300 block West Market Street business.
A women went to the station Friday afternoon to report her daughter was assaulted at the bus stop by another student.
A caller advised Friday night loud music coming from the 800 block of North Union Street.
A caller reported early Saturday morning a group of women arguing and being disruptive near Eco Village, 1206 Beier Drive.
An alarm was activated at Old Fort Bank, 599 Plaza Drive, Saturday morning. Everything was fine.
A caller reported Saturday morning a woman walked into a vacant 400 block Stadium Drive residence.
A person went to the station Saturday afternoon to report he was jumped last night near Fostoria Townhouses, 1206 Beier Drive. The incident is under investigation.
A caller reported Saturday afternoon a fight at the 100 block of Taft Blvd.
An employee from Circle K, 551 E. Lytle St., reported Saturday afternoon a person paid for $30 in gas and pumped $85 worth of gas.
An employee from TJ’s Drive Thru, 19 N. Marion St., reported a gas drive off Friday night. The employee knew who the person was and police were looking for him.
Attica EMS and fire department had one squad run Friday afternoon.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Friday afternoon and three Friday evening.
New Riegel EMS and fire department had one squad run early Saturday morning
Echo One, Attica EMS and Attica fire department had a squad run Saturday morning.
Echo One, New Riegel EMS and McCutchenville fire department had a squad run Saturday afternoon.
Fostoria Municipal Court
Rojelio A. Reza, 560 Lynn St., pleaded guilty to trespassing, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, one-year community control, clip forfeited to city of Fostoria police department for destruction, $345.
Kerri L. Kostic, Findlay, pleaded no contest to expired tag violation, $172.
Aaron J. Miller, 810 Leonard St., preliminary waivers on kidnapping charge and having weapons while under disability charge, bond continued, bound over to Seneca County Common Pleas Court.
Kejuan L. Hayes, Toledo, preliminary waivers on having weapons while under disability charge, receiving stolen property charge and trafficking drugs charge, bond continued, bound over to Wood County Common Pleas Court.
Frank C. Brown, IV, Toledo, pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana, six-month license suspension, $235.
Roger G. Bisson, 1140 Sandusky, pleaded no contest to obstruction of official business violation, 90 days jail, 80 days suspended, two years community control, SCRAM CAM, Firelands for counseling, no alcohol, $302.
Charles N. Hoffbauer, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to fictitious license plate or license, $197.
Derek R. Hacker, McComb, pleaded no contest to assured clear distance, $130.
Thomas D. Tesnow, Arcadia, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension, $345; pleaded guilty to speed, $68.
Jacob A. Sharp, 832 Cheryl Drive, pleaded guilty to speed, $131.
Natashia N. Daniels, Toledo, pleaded no contest to driving under Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $345; pleaded no contest to turn signal violation, $68.
Ashlee M. Luzadder, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to improper/prohibitive turn violation, $145.