Daily log, June 5
Susanne M. Scott, 43, of Tiffin, was charged with a confined dog violation Sunday.
A man went to the station Monday afternoon to report his wallet was stolen from his vehicle while it was parked in the 400 block of Coe Street.
A 1600-block West Market Street woman reported Monday afternoon her home health aide had been stealing from her.
A woman went to the station Monday evening to report her vehicle had been entered overnight in the first block of Grace Street.
A person went to the station Monday evening to report an assault.
Jamie C. Cooley, 33, of Bloomville, was charged with disorderly conduct Thursday.
Dalton J. Perry, 19, of Green Springs, was charged with open container Saturday.
A break-in was reported Monday afternoon in the 11000 block of West CR 60.
A 5000-block North SR 53 woman reported Monday afternoon an antique stand was stolen off of her porch.
Alysha L. Nye, 19, of Fostoria, was charged with sale to minor for an incident May 11.
Hannah L. Patton, 23, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of marijuana May 29.
Robert W. Fullerton, 29, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Thursday.
An 1100-block Arthur Avenue person reported Monday night a 16-year-old hit a 14-year-old with a skateboard. Charges were to be filed, according to the report.
A 500-block McDougal Street woman reported Monday night someone threw a rock at her house and damaged it.
A caller from Jack & Do’s, 110 N. Main St., reported Tuesday morning someone entered the business and stole several items.
Steven Hasao, 32, of Port Clinton, was transported to The Bellevue Hospital with minor injuries after a one-vehicle accident Monday evening on South SR 4. No citations have been made and the accident remains under investigation.
Attica fire and EMS were called to an accident Monday night on South SR 4.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 31 Huss St. Monday night for a service call.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 277 Wall St. early Tuesday morning for a false alarm.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Monday afternoon, two squad runs Monday evening and one squad run Monday night. Ambulances also were needed twice Tuesday morning.
Clinton fire had one squad run Monday afternoon, one squad run Monday evening and one squad run Monday night.
Republic fire and EMS had a squad run Monday night.
Green Springs fire had a squad run Tuesday morning.
Attica fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.