Daily log, March 23
A 500-block Circular Street woman reported Thursday afternoon a man tried to get into her home. Her 16-year-old daughter called and told her after going to a neighbor’s house. Police checked the area, and were unable to locate anyone.
A 100-bock Lincoln Road woman reported Thursday afternoon two fraudulent credit card accounts were opened in her name.
A 200-block Hall Street man reported Thursday afternoon a van was entered and change stolen.
A first-block Boehler Street person reported Thursday night a heavy-set man was outside of a window.
A 5000-block North SR 635 man reported Thursday evening his laptop, TV and a gun were stolen. He discovered the items missing when he returned home from work.
A 6000-block South TR 54 caller reported Thursday evening someone attempted to break into a basement door overnight. The caller didn’t believe entry had been made.
A 200-block Meadowbrook Place woman reported early Friday morning she saw two males with backpacks and wearing black hoodies going through her unlocked shed. The woman turned on a light and the men ran. Deputies spoke to a newspaper deliverer who said she did not see anyone walking in the area.
Brian K. Tiell, 50, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of drugs Thursday.
An employee of Kroger, 126 W. High St., reported Thursday afternoon a person attempted to pass an altered prescription.
A break-in was reported Thursday evening in the 700 block of West Center Street.
A man reported Friday morning he was receiving phone calls claiming he won thousands of dollars.
An 800-block SR 587 woman reported a phone scam Friday afternoon.
Clinton firefighters were called to a fire alarm Thursday evening at Sentinel Career Center, 793 E. TR 201.
Sycamore fire and EMS were called to a possible chimney fire Thursday night on TR 58.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Thursday afternoon, two squad runs Thursday evening, two squad runs Thursday night and one squad run early Friday morning.
Clinton fire had a squad run Thursday night.
Bettsville EMS and Kansas fire had a squad run early Friday morning.