Daily log, April 6
Jeffrey S. Collins, 48, of Tiffin, was charged with domestic violence for an incident March 29.
A man reported Thursday afternoon he found his stolen property at a store in the first block of East Market Street.
A first-block Madison Street woman reported Thursday afternoon money and pills were missing from her residence.
A 100-block Tomb Street woman reported Thursday evening money and jewelry were missing from her home. The items came up missing Friday or Saturday, she said.
A woman went to the station Thursday evening to report her son had been assaulted.
Kyle E. Beidelschies, 32, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and left-of-center early Friday morning.
A first-block Longfellow Drive woman reported early Friday morning vehicles had been entered. A flashlight was left in one of the vehicles.
A first-block Noble Street woman reported early Friday morning her vehicle was stolen. She believed she knew who took it. The woman did not want to file charges; she just wanted back her vehicle.
A 200-block South Sandusky Street man reported Friday morning a book bag was stolen out of his vehicle. It contained college books worth more than $300, he reported.
A man went to the station Friday afternoon to report his bicycle was stolen.
A first-block Tiffin Street woman reported Friday afternoon someone had gone through her vehicle. Nothing was taken.
A phone scam was reported Thursday afternoon in the 8000 block of North SR 53.
A first-bock South TR 109 woman reported Thursday afternoon a man in a vehicle pulled a gun on her and her husband when they told him to slow down. The vehicle was later stopped by deputies. No illegal contraband was found in the vehicle.
An 11,000-block West CR 25 woman reported Thursday evening items were stolen out of an unlocked vehicle.
A first-block East SR 18 woman reported Thursday evening DVDs had been stolen from her apartment.
A man reported Thursday evening seven trees on his farmland at East CR 36 and South SR 4 had been damaged.
A theft was reported Thursday evening in the first block of East SR 18.
A man went to the station Thursday night to report identity theft. Someone had opened a checking account in his name.
A woman reported Friday morning money was stolen from her while she was at an apartment in the first block of East SR 18.
An officer was requested Thursday afternoon at the hospital for a 12-year-old boy who was elbowed in the abdomen at school.
A 400-block West Lytle Street woman reported Thursday evening her cousin was assaulting her husband. A woman was transported to the hospital.
An 800-block East Fremont Street woman reported Thursday night someone threw a brick through her front door and took off running.
A man went to the station Friday afternoon to report a bank card was taken from his deceased father’s residence.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Thursday afternoon, one squad run Thursday evening and one squad run Thursday night.
New Riegel EMS had a squad run Thursday night.
New Riegel EMS had a squad run Friday morning.
Sycamore fire had a squad run Friday afternoon.
Clinton firefighters were called to North SR 101 Thursday evening for a possible brush fire.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 14 Schondhardt St. Thursday night for a stove fire.
Fostoria firefighters were called to the 1200 block of Perrysburg Road for excessive heat early Friday morning.
Clinton firefighters were called to South SR 231 Friday afternoon for a possible field fire. It was found to be a controlled burn.