Daily log, June 7
A shoplifter was reported Wednesday afternoon in the 800 block of West Market Street.
A first-block Noble Street caller requested to speak to an officer Wednesday evening about a possible scam.
A person reported Wednesday night a wallet had been stolen from the 400 block of Coe Street.
Two juveniles ran from police early Thursday morning in the area of Minerva and Olive streets. Three juveniles were turned over to an adult and charges, including violating curfew, are pending, according to the report.
A first-block Crayon Street man reported early Thursday morning he saw a man run from his garage. The garage had been entered, but nothing was missing. Police were unable to locate the man who ran.
An ambulance was requested early Thursday morning at Harrison and North Washington streets for a person who was assaulted and suffered facial injuries. The victim did not want to press charges and refused to name the assailant, according to the report.
Jessica L. Carter, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption early Thursday morning.
A woman reported Thursday morning someone stole rent money that she put in her landlord’s mailbox.
Robert A. Kaiser, 36, of Attica, was charged with domestic violence for an incident May 29.
A caller from J.B. & Co., 1480 S. CR 594, reported Wednesday afternoon a former employee would not return company-owned equipment.
A theft of jewelry was reported Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of State Street.
A person was cited with failure to yield from a stop sign following an accident Thursday morning at North SR 101 and East SR 19. One person was transported to the hospital.
James W. Wyans, 32, of Fostoria, was charged with endangering children for an incident May 30.
A woman reported Thursday afternoon someone entered her rental property in the 900 block of Union Street and attempted to flood it.
Green Springs fire, Republic EMS and the Echo unit were called to an accident Thursday morning at SR 101 and SR 19.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Wednesday afternoon, two squad runs Wednesday evening and one squad run Wednesday night. Ambulances also were needed twice early Thursday morning and twice Thursday morning.
Clinton fire had a squad run Wednesday evening.
Republic fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday afternoon.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday afternoon.