Daily Log, May 12
A 200-block Gross Street resident reported Friday evening a rear door was broken in.
A man reported Friday evening a boy stole three boxes of bubble gum from a concession stand at Oakley Park.
A 300-block Benner Street resident reported Friday evening children were playing with a ball and broke out a truck window.
A 100-block First Avenue woman reported Saturday morning someone went through her bedroom window while she was sleeping and took money and medication.
An employee of Rent-A-Center, 654 W. Market St., reported theft Saturday morning.
A 100-block East Market Street resident reported Saturday afternoon medication was stolen.
A 2000-block East SR 18 resident went to the station Friday evening and requested to speak to a deputy about a fraud complaint.
A person reported early Saturday morning a man pushed someone down steps in the 500 block of East SR 18.
An employee of the gas station at Kroger, 126 W. High St., reported Thursday afternoon a gasoline drive-off of $20. The driver returned and payed for it.
A man reported Thursday afternoon he was working in the 200 block of East Fremont Street, and building materials were stolen.
A 100-block East Tiffin Street woman reported Thursday afternoon her lawn mower was stolen from her garage.
A 100-block Seneca Avenue man reported Thursday evening a phone scam.
A 200-block West 4th Street man reported Friday morning his garage was broken into, and a pressure washer was taken.
A person reported Friday afternoon they received a phone call from a man who claimed to be their grandson and said he needed $1,800. The man also claimed he was in an accident and was arrested because there were drugs in the car.
A person from Fostoria High School, 1001 Park Ave., reported Friday afternoon a student punched out a window and made threats to staff.
A 500-block North Union Street woman reported Friday afternoon someone stole her television from her residence.
A woman reported Friday evening her nephew was stealing items at school, and she wanted an officer to talk with him.
A 500-block Miller Avenue man reported Friday evening neighbors were shooting BB guns and hitting his house.
A fight was reported early Saturday morning in the 1000 block of Beier Drive.
A 200-block East Fremont Street resident reported Saturday morning lumber was taken from the porch.
A 1000-block North Union Street woman reported Saturday morning coins and checks were taken from her residence.
An 800-block Eastern Avenue woman reported Saturday afternoon her elderly neighbor was performing a sex act in his front yard.
A citation of driving under suspension was issued after a private property accident in the 1000 block of Sandusky Street Thursday afternoon. A motorcycle had crashed into a fence.
A non-injury accident was reported at East Lyle Street and Columbus Avenue Friday morning.
Citations of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and assured clear distance ahead were to be issued after an injury accident at North Countyline Street and Colonial Drive Friday evening.
A citation of driving off the state route was issued Saturday afternoon after a vehicle struck signs on Buckley Street.
A citation of improper turn was issued after an accident in the 1000 block of West Market Street Friday evening.
State Patrol accident
A two-vehicle injury accident was reported on North SR 53 Friday afternoon. Bascom EMS, Old Fort fire and the Echo unit responded.
NBS fire and New Riegel EMS were called to a smoke alarm activation early Saturday morning.
Republic fire was called to check on a possible fire along CSX tracks at East SR 18 and North CR 43 Saturday morning.
Tiffin EMS had a squad run Friday afternoon, three squad runs Friday evening, two squad runs Friday night and a squad run Saturday morning. Clinton fire assisted Friday evening.
Bloomville fire and EMS had a squad run Friday evening.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Saturday morning.
Fostoria Municipal Court
Susan M. Taylor, Erie, Mich., pleaded no contest to wrongful entrustment of vehicle, 40 hours community service, $1,351.
Belinda R. Stahl, 901 S. Poplar St., pleaded no contest to no permit violation, $120.
Robert A. Coppus Jr., 427 Stadium Drive, pleaded no contest to littering, 60 days jail, 30 days suspended, seven days credit, two years intensive probation, no alcohol, prohibited from entering establishment that sells alcohol unless food is primary business, counseling FAC, SCRAM CAM, $331; pleaded no contest to open container violation, $139.
Caleb M. Brown, 1004 Sandusky St., pleaded guilty to underage drinking, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, one-year community control, underage drinking program, no alcohol, prohibited from entering an establishment where alcohol is served unless food is primary business, $367.
Brian K. Tiell, 1032 Cory St., pleaded not guilty to failure to yield right of way, $231.
Eric D. Rumschlag, 916 Sandusky St., pleaded guilty to driving under suspension, $202.