Daily log, March 21
Damage was reported to a door in the 100 block of Elmer Street Tuesday morning.
A 300-block South Washington Street man reported Tuesday afternoon two men took two of his gas cans and did not bring them back.
A man in the 300 block of Wentz Street reported Tuesday afternoon his wallet was stolen Monday night. He found it in a dumpster, but it was empty.
A 100-block Thomas Street person reported Tuesday evening vehicles were entered Monday night and change was stolen.
A 200-block Second Avenue woman reported Tuesday night her 15-year-old daughter was conversing with a 29-year-old man. She also reported obscene photos were being texted. The woman later requested an officer return to the residence because the girl was being unruly.
A first-block Miami Street man reported Tuesday night he heard car alarms sounding and saw three males running in an alley next to his house. A 17-year-old male from Fostoria was charged with a parole violation, underage possession/consumption, juvenile delinquency and a juvenile tobacco offense, and a 17-year-old male from Tiffin was charged with a parole violation. According to the report, police chased the boys on foot into a yard on Clay Street and in the first block of Adams Street.
A first-block Wentz Street woman reported early Wednesday morning a purse was taken from a vehicle overnight. A 200-block Wentz Street person also reported a theft from a vehicle early Wednesday morning.
A gasoline drive-off was reported Wednesday afternoon at Pit Stop, 321 E. Perry St.
A person went to the station Wednesday afternoon to report a theft from a bank account.
A 1000-block North TR 109 person reported Tuesday morning someone made fraudulent charges on a bank account.
A 5000-block North SR 53 woman reported Wednesday morning someone had broken into her garage.
A person was charged with obstruction Wednesday morning after a caller reported a truck was left in the 2000 block of South US 23. A caller also had reported people walked away from the truck with a beer box.
A possible sex offense was reported Wednesday afternoon in the 3000 block of East CR 62. Detective Kevin Reinbolt of the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said the incident is under investigation.
A first-block Christopher Drive woman reported Tuesday afternoon she received a scam phone call informing her she won $3 million and a new Mercedes.
A person went to the station Tuesday afternoon to speak to an officer about bad checks.
A 400-block West North Street woman requested an officer Tuesday night to confiscate items she found in her son’s room.
An employee of Alamar Graphics, 958 S. Springville Ave., reported Wednesday morning someone broke out windows and took a desktop computer. The incident is under investigation.
A 100-block Rock Street person reported Wednesday morning they were receiving hate mail.
A person reported Wednesday afternoon three credit cards that were lost in Toledo were used in Fremont.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 167 Main St. Tuesday evening for a false alarm.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 84 N. Washington St. Tuesday evening for a gas leak.
Fostoria firefighters were called to 1013 S. Main St. Tuesday night for the report of a fire in a dryer. Upon arrival, fire fighters found a dryer with flames inside of it and moderate smoke on the first floor of the residence. The dryer unit was removed from the residence and fire fighters removed smoke from the residence. Damage was limited to the dryer and was estimated at about $500.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Tuesday afternoon, two squad runs Tuesday night and one squad run early Wednesday morning.
Old Fort fire and Green Springs EMS had one squad run Tuesday evening and one squad run Tuesday night.
Clinton firefighters had a squad run Tuesday night.