Daily log, June 22
A first-block Hunter Street man reported Thursday afternoon someone had entered his fenced-in yard overnight and unplugged his pool.
A 100-block Second Avenue man reported Thursday afternoon his wife had punched him in the head.
A woman reported Thursday night her son’s iPod had been stolen from the 100 block of Summit Street.
A caller reported Friday morning a window was found cracked at Calvert High School, 152 Madison St. Police found a stick with hardened tar on its tip near the window.
Blaze A. Hoffman, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption Thursday evening.
A 15-year-old girl from Tiffin and a 16-year-old boy from Tiffin were charged with underage possession/consumption and juvenile delinquency Thursday night.
A 100-block Second Avenue person reported early Friday morning a vehicle had been entered.
Qi Wenjia, 30, address unknown, was charged with disorderly conduct early Friday morning. A caller from Mercy Tiffin Hospital had reported an intoxicated man had kicked a nurse.
A first-block South SR 19 caller reported Thursday evening they were scammed through the Internet on the purchase of a truck.
A person reported Friday afternoon a vehicle with a knife stuck in its window had been sitting in the 8000 block of West CR 60 for a while. The vehicle was towed.
A man reported Friday morning his vehicle was stolen from the 2000 block of South SR 231.
A caller from McDonalds, 626 N. Countyline St., reported Thursday night a man and woman were having an argument in the lobby and they were starting to get physical.
An employee of Dollar General, 1515 N. Countyline St., reported Friday morning a man loaded his pants with T-shirts and left the store. The man returned to the store and paid for them. He was told not to come back or he would be arrested.
A caller from Taco Bell, 519 Plaza Drive, reported Friday afternoon an employee was supposed to have made a bank deposit, but never did.
McCutchenville fire and New Riegel EMS were called to the report of a strong smell of ammonia on TR 115 Thursday afternoon. The smell had originated from farmers transporting chemicals.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 250 Miami St. Thursday night for a smoke or odor removal.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Thursday afternoon, two squad runs Thursday night and two squad runs Friday morning.
Sycamore fire had a squad run Thursday afternoon.
Bascom fire and EMS had a squad run Thursday night.
Sycamore fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday morning.