Daily log, June 21
Tasha N. Keller, 28, of Tiffin, was charged with theft and retaining property Wednesday.
A woman went to the station Wednesday evening to report her purse had been stolen. According to the report, an adult was arrested.
A man reported Wednesday evening a man and woman in a black and blue pick-up truck chased down his two sons in the 200 block of West Market Street. The man and woman were yelling at them to stop.
A 911 caller reported Wednesday night two people were physically fighting in the 200 block of Jefferson Street. Police were unable to locate the fight.
A woman went to the station Thursday morning to report that while she was sleeping in a tent in her yard overnight, a prowler looked into the tent.
A person went to the station Thursday morning to report a theft.
A first-block Henry Street person reported Thursday afternoon a radio had been stolen from a car overnight.
The manager of Expressions II, 2975 W. US 224, reported Wednesday night he caught someone trying to break into his vehicle. According to Tiffin police reports, the suspect had been maced. Tiffin police assisted in searching for the man, believed to have left on foot. A call placed to Lt. Brian Hescht of the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office was not returned Thursday night.
A first-block Main Street woman reported Thursday morning someone she met online stole from her bank account.
A bad check was reported Thursday morning in the first block of North Marion Street.
Robert M. Miller, 50, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct June 13.
Anthony D. Cunningham, 44, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of marijuana Wednesday.
A 600-block East Jackson Street woman reported Wednesday afternoon her upstairs neighbor threatened her.
A 200-block East Crocker Street woman reported Wednesday afternoon her daughter’s bicycle had been stolen.
Two juveniles were arrested Wednesday night after a shoplifting incident was reported at Kroger, 126 W. High St.
A theft was reported early Thursday morning in the 900 block of South Union Street.
A 100-block Taft Boulevard woman reported early Thursday morning her cousin stole her purse and wouldn’t give it back.
Paul Deamicis, 65, of Carey, was cited with improper backing following a non-injury accident Wednesday morning at SR 53 and US 224.
Kansas firefighters were called to the report of barn fire on CR 28 Wednesday night. Kansas Fire Chief Bob Dible said the homeowner had been burning a neighboring shed when the dilapidated barn caught on fire. The homeowner had plans to destroy the barn, he said.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Wednesday afternoon and two squad runs Thursday morning.
Kansas fire had a squad run Wednesday evening.
Republic fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday morning.