Daily log, June 25
A 300-block South Monroe Street woman reported Sunday night a juvenile took her son’s shoes and set them on fire. The incident is under investigation.
A first-block East Perry Street woman requested to speak to an officer Monday afternoon about two suspicious packages left on her doorstep.
A first-block Grace Street man requested to speak to an officer Monday afternoon about the window on his vehicle being broken out.
Cody H. Jackson, 35, of Fremont, was charged with possession of paraphernalia Friday.
An employee of Soni Junction, 2860 S. US 23, reported a gasoline drive-off Sunday evening.
CSX train traffic was stopped for about 10 minutes early Monday morning after a caller reported a possible suicidal man. The man was found and taken into custody on TR 159, according to the report. Firelands Counseling and Recovery Services was contacted.
A theft of gas was reported Monday morning at Shell Gasoline, 2942 S. SR 100.
A person went to the station Monday morning to report inappropriate pictures were found on a juvenile’s cell phone.
A 4000-block West TR 132 woman reported Monday afternoon several narcotics had been taken from her home within the last week.
Carlos P. Harris, 36, of Fostoria, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and violating traffic lanes early Saturday morning.
Rocky E. Swartz, 42, of Fostoria, was charged with domestic violence Sunday.
A 200-block East Fremont Street woman reported Sunday afternoon her pit bull had been poisoned. It became sick on Friday and died Saturday.
A 400-block North Town Street caller reported Monday morning a back door had been kicked in. Nothing was taken from the residence.
A stolen bicycle was reported Monday morning in the 100 block of West Eagle Street.
A 400-block Sandusky Street man reported Monday morning he found a homemade bomb on his porch. The item was neutralized and put into evidence, according to the report. A call placed to Capt. Patrick Brooks of the Fostoria Police Department for more details was not returned by deadline.
A person went to the station Monday afternoon to speak to an officer about a stolen cell phone.
Donald D. Mompher, 58, of Tiffin, was charged with open container Friday. He also was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, fictitious plates, violation traffic lanes and OVI suspension.
Brandon L. Navarro, 30, of Findlay, was charged with open container Sunday. He also was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, failure to reinstate, speed, left-of-center, marked lanes and a seatbelt violation.
Ashley N. Gutierrez, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption Sunday.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 652 N. Sandusky St. Sunday afternoon for a smoke or odor removal.
Clinton firefighters were called to North SR 101 Sunday afternoon for the report of smoke in the area. A brush pile had been burning.
Green Springs fire and Republic EMS were called to the intersection of North SR 18 and East TR 138 Monday morning for the report of a fire with an unknown origin. A farmer had been burning several brush piles.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 54 S. Washington St. Monday morning for a false alarm.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Sunday afternoon, two squad runs Sunday evening and one squad run Monday morning.
Bascom fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday morning.