Daily log, March 30

Tiffin reports

A person from Mad River Antiques, 250 Benner St., reported Thursday afternoon a firearm had been stolen. A person later was arrested after attempting to resell the gun to a different store.

A person reported Thursday afternoon a delivered package was stolen from the 200 block of East Market Street.

An assault was reported early Friday morning at Clay and South Sandusky streets. According to the report, a man had been punched in the jaw.

A person reported early Friday morning a rock had been thrown through a vehicle parked in the 200 block of South Washington Street. Someone also had gone through the vehicle.

A caller from Autozone, 330 W. Market St., reported Friday morning a person was trying to use a stolen PIN number to make purchases. Randy S. King, 49, of Carey, was charged with misuse of a credit card.

A person reported Friday morning a suspicious male wrapped in a sheet was walking westbound on West Market Street near Wentz Street. Police were unable to locate the male.

A woman went to the station Friday afternoon to report a fraudulent charge on her credit card.

A 100-block West Market Street person reported Friday afternoon a game console had been stolen.

County reports

A 7000-block East CR 58 woman reported Thursday afternoon she found her front door kicked open when she returned home. She was unsure if anything was missing.

A bad check was reported Friday afternoon in the 4000 block of North US 23.

Fostoria reports

A 500-block Columbus Avenue woman reported early Friday morning a woman went into her residence and took her wallet.

A caller from Subway, 1636 N. Countyline St., reported Friday morning all of the money had been taken out of the register.

A man went to the station Friday afternoon to report payroll checks for his business were taken and cashed at Kroger.

A woman went to the station Friday afternoon to report her cell phone was stolen from her apartment in the 1200 block of Peeler Drive.


Tiffin firefighters were called to 600 N. River Road Friday morning for an unintentional smoke detector activation.

Tiffin firefighters were called to 60 N. SR 101 Friday morning for an outside rubbish fire.


Tiffin EMS had one squad run Thursday afternoon, one squad run Thursday evening and one squad run Thursday night. A squad also was need once early Friday morning.

Attica fire and EMS had a squad run Thursday evening.