Daily log, March 8
Tammy M. Haas, 43, of Tiffin, was charged with assault and criminal mischief March 1.
Nathan J. Sexton, 25, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and failure to control early Wednesday morning.
Cory A. Kummerer, 23, of Tiffin, was charged with possession of drugs Wednesday afternoon.
A 600-block South Sandusky Street woman reported Wednesday evening windows had been shot with marbles.
A first-block Harrison Street man reported Wednesday evening his house had been broken into and an air conditioner had been taken.
A person reported early Thursday morning an incoherent person was inside a cab in the first block of North Washington Street. A person was arrested.
Melissa D. West, 32, of Arizona, was charged with disorderly conduct Thursday.
A 200-block West Perry Street woman reported early Thursday morning someone kept knocking on her windows, waking up her baby.
A first-block Fairfield Avenue woman reported Thursday morning a man was taking things from her residence.
A person went to the station Thursday morning to report an assault that occurred Feb. 24 in the first block of North Washington Street.
A 100-block Cottage Avenue man reported Thursday morning a man would not leave his residence. The caller threatened to get a butcher knife and go inside. He also told police the man would not get off the couch to eat breakfast. Both men agreed to work out things, according to the report.
Alcohol was seized from a vehicle Wednesday evening during a traffic stop near the intersection of West TR 112 and North TR 59. A person was issued a summons for underage possession/consumption.
A man went to the station Thursday morning to report his debit card was being used fraudulently.
A woman went to the station Wednesday evening to report someone picked up her medications from a pharmacy. She said the person had signed her name.
A man reported Wednesday night a man riding a three-wheel bicycle was throwing rocks at his vehicle on North Countyline Street.
A 100-block East Eagle Street man Thursday morning reported a break-in at his tool shed.
A vehicle break-in was reported Thursday morning in the 1000 block of South Main Street. Money was taken.
A 1000-block South Main Street woman reported Thursday afternoon her vehicle had been stolen overnight.
A caller reported Wednesday afternoon three deer struck a vehicle in a parking lot at West Market Street and Shaffer Park Drive.
A vehicle struck a pole Wednesday night in the 8000 block of West SR 18. No injuries were reported.
Viola G. Ziegler, 85, of Bellevue, was taken by Republic EMS to The Bellevue Hospital after she was struck by a vehicle Tuesday afternoon in a driveway in the 4000 block of North SR 18. Her husband, Henry J. Ziegler, 87, was operating the vehicle when his foot slipped off of the brake pedal and hit the accelerator.
A single-vehicle accident was reported Thursday morning at East CR 6 and TR 173. Further details were unavailable Thursday evening.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Wednesday afternoon and two squad runs Thursday morning.
Clinton fire had one squad run Tuesday morning and one squad run Wednesday morning.
Old Fort Fire had one squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Bascom EMS had one squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Green Springs fire had two squad runs Tuesday afternoon. It also had a squad run Wednesday morning.
Republic EMS had a squad run Tuesday afternoon. It also had a squad run Wednesday morning
Green Springs fire and EMS had one squad run Tuesday night and one squad run Wednesday night.
New Riegel fire and EMS had a squad run Wednesday morning.
New Riegel EMS and Bascom fire had a squad run Wednesday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS had one squad run Wednesday morning and one squad run Wednesday afternoon.
Bloomville EMS had one squad run Wednesday afternoon and one squad run Thursday morning.
Sycamore fire and EMS had a squad run Wednesday night.
Bloomville firefighters were called to a car fire Wednesday afternoon on East TR 163.
Bloomville firefighters were called to an accident Thursday morning at East CR 6 and TR 173.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Kyle A. Banary, Mentor, furnishing false information to obtain alcohol case dismissed, diversion completed, $240.
Kristopher B. Ward, Bascom, pleaded no contest to aggravated trespassing, 60 days jail, $274; pleaded no contest to two charges of assault, 60 days jail, $306, $207.
Jeffrey D. Morrison Jr., 107 Adams St., pleaded guilty to dangerous drug violation, 30 days jail, 14 days suspended, 16 days credit, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, random drug testing, Firelands for drug/alcohol assessment, $453; pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, 30 days jail, 14 days suspended, permanent weapons disability, $215.
Charles V. Richardson, Fostoria, preliminary waiver on cocaine charges, case bound over to Common Pleas Court.
Jordan T. Clement, homeless, rape charge dismissed due to indictment by Seneca County Grand Jury, costs to state.
Kayla D. Young, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to giving false statement, 90 days jail, 80 days suspended, $504.
Joe P. Sowers, Bloomville, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, $134.
Jason P. Klaiss, 91 Melmore St., pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $132.
Christopher A. Hall, 263 Jackson St., pleaded guilty to driving under suspension, $134.
James R. Bloomfield, Republic, operating vehicle impaired/under influence 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, 27 days suspended, six-month license suspension, complete/pay for driver intervention program, six points, $607; pleaded no contest to expired tags, $35.
Michael A. Marks, Sandusky, pleaded no contest to no operator’s license, $144; pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, two points, $250.
Steven J. Bentz, 173 Front St., operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 90 days jail, 84 days suspended, six-month license suspension, Firelands for alcohol/drug addiction assessment, SCRAM six months, restricted plates two years, approved for restricted driving privileges, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering establishment where alcohol served by glass, six points, $723; pleaded no contest to traffic lanes violation, $35.