Daily log, June 30

Tiffin reports

A caller from the emergency room at Mercy Tiffin Hospital, 45 St. Lawrence Drive, reported Friday evening a patient’s parent was trying to remove the child from the emergency room.

A caller in the 700 block of West Market Street reported Friday evening witnessing an individual in a vehicle throw a pop bottle at another vehicle.

A woman was at the station Friday evening to report fraudulent activity on her bank account.

A 200-block Jefferson Street caller reported Friday night hearing noises from her basement. According to the report, nothing suspicious was found.

A first-block Short Street caller reported early Saturday morning the theft of money from his wallet.

A caller in the 100 block of Gross Street reported early Saturday morning someone threw a rock through his window.

Police received a 911 call from the first block of Morningside Drive early Saturday morning, and could hear a female sobbing and yelling.

Ann Slemmer, 37, of Tiffin, was charged early Saturday morning with operating a vehicle under the influence (no test), operating a vehicle under the influence (refusal) and improper right turn.

Lydia Stover, 21, a Heidelberg student, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.

Cory Williams, 18, of Tiffin, and Bertha Blanchard, 33, of Tiffin, both were charged with theft Friday morning after an incident involving scrap metal being stolen at Reineke Tiffin Ford, 2020 W. Market St. According to a spokesperson from the Tiffin police department, approximately $150 in metal was taken.

County reports

A caller in the 2000 block of West CR 38 reported Friday morning a water company damaged his driveway while delivering water to his neighbor.

A caller in the 1000 block of North TR 109 reported Friday afternoon a gray SUV pulled into the front of her house and took a picture.

A 12000-block W. CR 28 caller reported Friday afternoon subjects entered his unlocked garage and stripped items from his motorcycle.

A woman was at the station Friday evening to report someone stole items from her.

A person in the 4000-block of W. TR 98 requested extra patrol Friday night after seeing suspicious vehicles in the area.

A woman was at the station Friday night to file a complaint and turn in drug abuse paraphernalia she found in her apartment, which she said was left by a previous guest.

A first-block Scott St. caller requested to speak to an officer Friday night about a suspicious email.

Fostoria reports

A caller from Fostoria Community Hospital, 501 Van Buren, reported Friday night a subject was at the emergency room who claimed to have been hit by a vehicle while walking down Summit Street.

A 100-block Bradner Street caller reported Friday evening the resident next door had been burglarized.

A caller in the 1000 block of South Main reported Friday night the back door of the residence was opened when she arrived home.

A caller reported Friday night a black dog in the area of North Town and Stadium Drive was trying to attack people.

An unsecured door was reported early Saturday morning in the 700 block of West Fremont.

A 200-block South Union caller reported early Saturday morning a man in his underwear was pounding on the front door.

A 100-block Taft Boulevard caller reported Saturday morning being assaulted by a male subject.

A caller reported Saturday morning a front door had been kicked in in the 400 block of McDougal Street An investigation was pending.

A person was at the station Saturday afternoon to report a harassment issue with a neighbor.

Tiffin accidents

A non-injury accident occurred Friday afternoon at West Perry and Melissa streets. A driver was cited for assured clear distance ahead.

A two-vehicle accident occurred Friday afternoon in the 500 block of West Market Street. A citation was issued for improper lane change.

A two-vehicle, non-injury accident was reported Saturday afternoon at East Perry and South Monroe streets. A citation was issued for assured clear distance ahead.

EMS

Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Firday afternoon, two runs Friday night and one Saturday morning.

Tiffin Fire

Firefighters responded to 2801 W. SR 18 for an extinguishing system activation.

Births

A daughter, Bridget Christine Clinger, was born Tuesday, June 25, 2013, to Brittany Bolen and Bradley Clinger, both of Tiffin. Bridget weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces, and measured 19 inches long.

Maternal grandparents are Madelene and Bud Bolen of Tiffin. Paternal grandparents are John and Rene Clinger of Tiffin. Maternal great-grandparent is Wanda Bolen of Corothers.

A son, Trent David Porter, was born Tuesday, June 25, 2013, to Sarah (Burkholder) Porter and Jason Porter, both of Republic. Trent weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces, and measured 19 inches long.

Maternal grandparents are Gerald and Pat Burkholder, of Republic. Paternal grandparents are Tammy Feasel of Republic, Bruce Porter of Tiffin and the late Michael Karcher. Paternal great-grandparents are David and Sandy Bowerman of Republic and Lloyd and Clara Karcher of Tiffin.

Tiffin Municipal Court

Appearances

Jeffery S. Collins, 487 Miami St., pleaded no contest to domestic violence, 90 days jail, 88 days suspended, two days credit, continue existing counseling, $878.

Ryan L. Walter, Sandusky, pleaded no contest to open container violation, $117.

Isaac J. Douglas, Toledo, pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, report for assessment, $468.

Julie A. Hammer, New Riegel, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $242.

Troy A. Witt, Jr., 214 Second Ave., pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, no trespassing at Tiffin Kroger, $376.

Rajauhn O. Lee, 91 Sycamore St., pleaded no contest to domestic violence, 180 days jail, 170 days suspended, no contact with victim or address, complete/pay for domestic violence counseling, Firelands for assessment, permanent weapons disability, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol, $504.

Jacob J. Kirby, Bloomville, pleaded guilty to abusing harmful intoxicants, 180 days jail, not eligible for early release, $102; pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, 30 days jail, not eligible for early release, $47; pleaded guilty to failure to control, $154.

Kyle M. Baker, 132 W. Perry St., pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, one-year license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $242; pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana, one-year license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $187.

Michael S. Dilgard, 155 Hall St., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $242.

Cody A. Garcia, McCutchenville, pleaded no contest to underage drinking, 180 days jail, 165 days suspended, Firelands for assessment, $492.

Gabriel Mendoza, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 180 days suspended, six-month license suspension, random drug testing, complete/pay for driver intervention program, SCRAM six months, six points, $721.

Jerrold L. Solomon, 29 Oakridge Park Dr., pleaded no contest to failure to yield right of way, $112.

Cathy A. Stockmeister, Attica, driving under suspension case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor for good cause shown, costs to state.

Andrea M. Marsillett, 130 Main St., operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 160 days suspended, two-year license suspension, ignition interlock and SCRAM six months, restricted plates two years, report to Firelands, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol, vehicle immobilized for 90 days, approved for restricted driving privileges, $887; pleaded no contest to hit/skip, two-year license suspension, $250; pleaded no contest to failure to control/weaving, $35.

Ian J. Fleck, Findlay, operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, six-month license suspension, one year restricted plates, approved for restricted driving privileges, complete/pay for driver intervention program, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering establishment where sold/served by glass, six points, $607; pleaded no contest to reckless operation, $35; pleaded no contest to no headlights violation, $35.

Gary R. Moore II, 600 S. Sandusky St., Apt. 1, pleaded no contest to failure to reinstate license, two points, $592.

Kyle K. Keesy, Willard, pleaded no contest to equipment regulation violation, $92.

Michael D. Puffenberger, 173 Front St., operating vehicle impaired/refusal case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 170 days suspended, two-year license suspension, ignition interlock and SCRAM six months, restricted plates two years, have intake appointment, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol, six points, $869.