Daily Log, May 5
Jeffery W. Jones, 42, of Tiffin was charged with disorderly conduct early Saturday morning.
A 15-year-old girl from Fostoria was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday morning.
Tiffin Mercy Hospital emergency room reported a man was dropped off with an accidental or attempted overdose Friday evening.
A man requested to speak to an officer Friday evening concerning the theft of his porch lighthouse at the 100 block of South Sandusky Street.
A manager of Rite Aid, 530 W. Market St., reported Friday evening a man and a woman were arguing and causing a disturbance.
A person driving by a parking lot Friday evening advised there were two women fist fighting in the 200 block of Second Avenue.
A caller reported Friday night a man was intoxicated and being belligerent to others at the first block of Main Street.
A woman reported early Saturday morning there was a man sleeping on her porch in the 200 block of Hall Street.
A caller reported Saturday morning a first-block of Jackson Street house was broken into.
A subject failed to pay for a gas purchase Saturday morning at Kroger, 790 W. Market St.
A caller reported Saturday morning a person was on a motorcycle with a small child and no helmet on East Perry Street.
A man called Friday afternoon to report his 1700-block South SR 181 residence was broken into while he and his friend were sleeping. A chainsaw, two guns and hunting knives were taken.
A woman called Friday evening to report her 19-year-old son was attempting to beat up her 15-year-old son in the 8400 block of US 23.
A man reported Friday night there were three youths on his property and leaning against his truck, and when he pulled up they ran to the back yard in the 7500 block of North CR 29.
A caller reported Friday night her husband was intoxicated and throwing things in the 1300-block of North TR 20.
A caller reported Saturday morning tires were slashed on three vehicles in the 15000 block of East TR 8.
A woman reported Friday afternoon her handicapped mother told her that her daughter’s boyfriend was choking her daughter in the 500 block of East Lytle Street.
A man reported Friday evening someone threw something at his front glass door and broke it in the 800 block of North Main Street.
The assistant manager of Family Dollar, 215 E. Lytle St., called Friday evening to report a woman tried to steal a steak knife.
A woman went to the station Friday evening to report her boyfriend physically assaulted her at his Fostoria residence.
A woman reported Friday night her husband’s phone had been stolen in the 300 block of McDougal Street. The woman said they knew who had the phone, but they were using it and refusing to give it back.
A woman reported Friday night there were four women outside her 200 block West Center Street residence threatening her.
A male reported Friday night his sister was assaulting him in the 300 block of East Center Street.
A caller reported early Saturday morning of a domestic dispute between a man and a woman at Westgate, 461 W. Lytle St.
A caller reported Saturday morning a group of people near Taft Boulevard and South Main Street were yelling and screaming at each other.
There was a 911 hang-up call Saturday morning. When the number was called back a man said there were people he wanted out of his 100 block East South Street home. The man and his wife admitted to drinking all morning.
A woman called Saturday afternoon to report three women were trying to break into her 1200-block Beier Drive apartment.
Echo One and Bascom EMS and fire responded to a single vehicle accident when a car hit a pole on South SR 587 Friday afternoon. The airbag was deployed and one person was transported to Fostoria Community Hospital. State Patrol handled the event. Further details were not available Saturday evening.
Tiffin firefighters responded to a natural vegetation fire at 450 Melmore St. Friday evening.
Bascom fire responded to an open burning call in Poplar Village Friday night.
Bettsville fire department responded and Bascom EMS was disregarded for a grass fire behind 216 Monroe St. in Bettsville Saturday afternoon.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Friday night, two more early Saturday morning and three late Saturday morning.
Echo One and Bascom EMS and fire responded to a squad run Friday evening.
Fostoria Police Department requested Bascom fire at Pelton’s Trailer Court, 12400 W. Axline St., Saturday morning. Further information was not available Saturday evening.