Daily log, April 19
A person reported Wednesday afternoon a vehicle window had been broken out in the first block of Greenfield Street.
A woman reported Wednesday evening she lost her purse in the 600 block of West Market Street and someone then used her credit card to make a purchase.
A 200-block Second Avenue man reported Wednesday evening youth had been getting into his garage. He had them on video entering the garage, he reported.
A 100-block Walker Street woman reported Wednesday evening she received a letter from the IRS stating someone used her Social Security number to file taxes.
A man in the first block of North Washington Street reported early Thursday morning a woman was choking him and he had bite marks. A person was transported to the hospital with facial injuries. According to court records, Jennifer L. Gaietto, 31, of Tiffin, was charged with assault and persistent disorderly conduct.
Joshua A. Leffler, 31, of Nevada, was charged with disorderly conduct Tuesday.
A 2000-block North SR 18 woman reported Wednesday evening someone had slashed her tires.
A man went to the station Wednesday afternoon to report he received a fraudulent check.
A caller from Buckley Street Carry Out, 840 Buckley St., reported Wednesday afternoon there were pry marks on the front door.
A woman reported Wednesday afternoon a toddler ran out into an alley on East North Street and she almost hit him with her vehicle. The mother was advised of the complaint and children’s services were to be contacted.
A 300-block East Tiffin Street caller reported Wednesday evening basement windows were broken out and a washer had been taken.
A woman went to the station Thursday afternoon to report a gun was missing from a 200 block South Countyline Street residence.
Zachary R. Sipperly, 28, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to control following an accident early Saturday morning in the 1000 block of North SR 101. He and a passenger, Anna C. Sipperly, 24, of Tiffin, were transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital by Tiffin EMS.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Wednesday night and two squad runs early Thursday morning.
Attica fire and EMS, Bloomville fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday morning.
Republic firefighters were called to Washington Street Thursday afternoon for a smoke alarm.