Daily log, May 3
Nathan I. Scully, 21, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Wednesday afternoon. According to police reports, a caller from Tiffin University reported the theft of an iPad.
Bethany M. Aiello, 24, of Tiffin, was charged with assault Wednesday evening.
A person went to the station Wednesday night to report the theft of video games.
A first-block West Davis Street woman reported Wednesday morning solar lights had been stolen from her yard.
A 2000-block South SR 4 female reported Thursday morning her dad assaulted her and her brother. After deputies arrived, a family member left the residence for the day.
A person reported Wednesday afternoon kitchen cabinets, a range hood, cooktop light fixtures and an air conditioner were stolen from a property in the 600 block of South Main Street.
A 200-block South Poplar Street man reported Wednesday afternoon someone stole a canoe from his residence.
A 300-block East High Street woman reported Thursday morning her boyfriend broke in her door and assaulted her friend.
A person went to the station Thursday afternoon to report a phone scam.
A 400-block West Lytle Street woman reported Thursday afternoon fraudulent charges had been made to her bank account.
A three-vehicle accident was reported Thursday afternoon in the 3000 block of South SR 53. One person was injured. Further details were unavailable.
An accident was reported Thursday afternoon on SR 53 near TR 98.
Michael Blakley, 17, of Alvada, was transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital after a single-vehicle rollover accident on CR 591 Wednesday afternoon.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 20 Maplewood Ave. Wednesday evening for an authorized controlled burn.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit were called to an accident Thursday afternoon in the 3000 block of South SR 53.
McCutchenville fire, New Riegel EMS and the Echo unit were called to an accident Thursday afternoon at SR 53 near TR 98.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Wednesday afternoon, two squad runs Wednesday evening and one squad run Wednesday night. Ambulances also were needed early Thursday morning and Thursday morning.
Kansas fire had a squad run Wednesday evening.
Attica fire and EMS had a squad run Wednesday night.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday morning.
Old Fort fire, Bascom EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday afternoon.