Daily log, April 24
A man reported Monday evening adults were on the roof of his building in the 100 block of South Washington Street. He told them they were not allowed there, but they wouldn’t leave.
A 100-block Coe Street person reported Tuesday morning a bicycle was stolen out of a garage.
A vehicle in the 200 block of Melmore Street was reported entered Tuesday morning.
Lisa M. Stout, 25, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident April 14.
A man reported Monday afternoon someone stole his identity.
A juvenile was arrested Tuesday morning after a woman reported her daughter walked out of school and refused to return.
A woman reported Tuesday morning that a gun, possibly a BB gun, was found in the grass near South CR 15 and East CR 36. Deputies were unable to locate the gun.
A 1000-block West CR 30 woman reported Tuesday afternoon a camper had been entered. She also reported someone was shining a flashlight into her windows Monday night. When she went outside to check, they were gone.
Michael W. Johnston, 60, of Fostoria, was charged with open container for an incident April 17.
A woman went to the station Monday afternoon to report her keys were stolen Saturday in the 400 block of South Main Street.
A person went to the station Monday afternoon to speak to an officer about documents that had been falsified.
Joseph W. Flugga, 33, of Fostoria, was charged with assault Monday afternoon. Capt. Patrick Brooks of the Fostoria Police Department said Flugga had allegedly hit a police officer in the chest after the officer would not arrest him. Brooks said Flugga had asked the officer to arrest him because he wanted to go to jail. The officer was not injured, Brooks said.
A 200-block West Crocker Street woman reported a phone scam Monday afternoon.
A caller from Dollar General, 166 E. Lytle St., reported Monday evening three kids stole two BB guns.
A 200-block West Center Street woman reported Monday night she found a cloth shoved in a door. The cloth smelled as if someone had tried to light it on fire.
A man went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report a gun was stolen from his residence. He believed he knew who took it.
Bascom firefighters were called to TR 47 Monday evening for a brush fire.
Fostoria firefighters were called to 824 S. Union St. Monday night for the report of a house fire. A spokesman from Fostoria Fire Division said an improperly discarded cigarette on the back porch had ignited combustible materials. The fire then spread up an outside wall. The spokesman said the fire was mostly extinguished when firefighters arrived. A damage estimate was unavailable.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Monday afternoon, two squad runs Monday evening and one squad run Monday night.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday evening.
Green Springs fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday evening.
Republic fire and EMS and Green Springs fire had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Sycamore fire had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Keith Melvin, Nashport, contempt case dismissed, contempt has been satisfied and the contempt is hereby dismissed, costs to defendant.
Aaron M. Criblez, 71 Minerva St., pleaded no contest to hit/skip, 180 days jail, 157 days suspended, five days actual incarceration, remaining 18 days on electronic house monitoring, SCRAM six months, Firelands for assessment, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol, $887; pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $250; pleaded no contest to failure to control/weaving, $35.
Daniel J. Jordan, 109 Adams St., pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana, permanent weapons disability, $482; pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, permanent weapons disability, $187.
Justin P. Millisor, Findlay, pleaded no contest to speed, $254.
Jonathan W. Biller, 18 1/2 S. Monroe St., pleaded no contest to registration violation, $142.
David A. Myers, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to 12-point suspension, 180 days jail, 150 days suspended, eligible for early release, $425; pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, $150; pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, 30 days jail, eligible for early release, $10; pleaded no contest to no operator’s license, $150.
Mary A. Gaietto, Tiffin, 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, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges, complete/pay for driver intervention program, $581; pleaded no contest to traffic lanes violation.