Daily log, April 4
An 8000-block West CR 60 woman reported Tuesday evening someone stole her laptop from the residence.
A 4000-block South CR 49 woman reported Wednesday morning her roommate attempted to assault her.
Caleb M. Latham, 19, of Tiffin, was charged with obstructing official business for an incident Jan. 5.
Randy L. Myers, 20, of Fostoria, was charged with obstructing official business for an incident March 3.
A first-block Augusta Lane woman reported Tuesday afternoon her son’s bicycle was taken sometime overnight.
A woman went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report someone followed her son after school.
A caller from Kiwanis Manor, 7 W. Market St., reported Tuesday evening a tenant walking across the parking lot was almost hit by an arrow. The arrow had come from the west side of the building.
A 100-block East Market Street man reported Tuesday night fraudulent charges were on his bank statement.
A caller reported Tuesday night a man was looking into a window at a residence on East Market Street. Police were unable to locate the man.
A first-block Tomb Street caller reported early Wednesday morning her daughter’s boyfriend was trying to get into the residence.
John C. Ward, 24, of Tiffin, charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday.
A 300-block North Vine Street man reported Tuesday night his brother was physically assaulting him and acting crazy. The brothers were separated for the night. Neither man wanted to pursue criminal charges.
A caller from the emergency room reported early Wednesday morning a man who said he had been assaulted was being treated.
Vandalism was reported Wednesday morning at Jackson Park. A picnic table and shelter had been damaged.
A single vehicle rollover accident was reported Tuesday night at West TR 84 and North TR 57. The caller who reported the accident did not believe the driver was injured. Further details were not available Wednesday evening.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs
Tuesday afternoon, one squad run Tuesday evening and two squad runs Wednesday morning.