Daily log, June 18
Ronald L. Weber, 58, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday afternoon. A person reported a man became entangled in his bicycle in the 100 block of North Washington Street. He was released to Mercy Tiffin Hospital.
A caller in the area of Tomb and North Sandusky streets reported Sunday evening an intoxicated woman and a 6-year-old child attempted to get into her house and then got into a vehicle. The child was released to a family member and the woman was transported to take an unspecified test.
A 200-block Greenfield Street man reported early Monday morning people were at his house enticing him to fight. He said they broke taillights on a vehicle. He requested a trespass order be issued.
A 100-block Coe Street person reported early Monday morning a male was attacking people. A juvenile was released to a parent, according to the report.
Andrew E. Foy, 22, of Tiffin, was charged with burglary, and Tessa E. Lundy, 24, of Republic, was charged with complicity after police responded to a residential burglar alarm early Monday morning in the first block of Autumn Lane. According to the report, the man was the homeowner’s son and was not allowed on the premises.
A 200-block North Washington Street woman reported Monday morning a brick had been thrown through her vehicle’s windshield.
A shoplifter was reported Monday morning at Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18. Charles P. Dundore, 84, of Tiffin, was charged with theft.
A first-block North Monroe Street person reported Monday afternoon a table and two chairs had been stolen.
A caller reported Sunday afternoon a man was sitting on a train rail in the area of East TR 178 and North CR 29. Train traffic was stopped, but deputies were unable to locate the man. Another caller reported the man walked away.
A 2000-block North SR 53 woman reported Sunday afternoon her home had been broken into and a TV and prescription medication was taken.
A large fight was reported early Monday morning on Center Street in Bascom. The caller said multiple men and women were involved and some people were on the ground. The caller also said a large party had been going on at the location. Jamie L. Baker, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with assault and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jacob C. Daughenbaugh, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption.
Justin C. Ward, 33, of Fostoria, was charged with loud sound June 11.
Shana M. Long, 35, of Fostoria, was charged with persistent disorderly conduct Sunday.
A caller from ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital reported Sunday night an assault patient was being treated. According to the report, a verbal argument had occurred and all parties involved had conflicting stories. The case was to be forwarded to the prosecutor.
A 200-block East North Street woman reported Sunday night her 11-year-old daughter was assaulted by a bunch of girls.
A 1000-block Independence Road woman reported a phone scam early Monday morning.
A 200-block Bricker Street woman reported Monday morning her plastic chairs had been stolen.
A juvenile was arrested Monday morning after an employee from Fostoria High School reported a girl who was supposed to be in summer school had locked herself in her bedroom.
Raul Garcia, 52, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, a turn signal violation and a sticker violation early Saturday morning.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 264 Fourth Ave. Sunday evening for a trash fire.
Tiffin EMS had four squad runs Sunday afternoon, one squad run Sunday evening and one squad run Monday morning.
Green Springs fire and EMS had a squad run Monday morning
Clinton fire had a squad run Monday morning.