Daily Log, June 9
John M. Martin, 25, of Oak Hill was charged with theft Friday night for an incident June 24.
A 13-year-old male from Fostoria was charged with juvenile delinquency and obstructing official business.
Ayla R. Zamudio, 20, of Tiffin was charged with underage possession and consumption early Saturday morning.
A 14-year-old female from Tiffin was charged with parole violation Saturday morning.
Uncle Mike’s Dairy Bar, 274 S. Washington St., reported Friday evening a tip jar was stolen.
Rite Aid, 530 W. Market St., reported Friday evening a woman stole a shopping cart. The cart was later returned and the woman was served a trespass notice.
A 400-block Wall Street resident reported Friday night a vehicle was broken into and the radio and other items was taken.
An officer was requested Friday night at the 400 block of Coe Street for an intoxicated woman claiming she was raped. According to the report, the woman seemed confused as to where the assault took place. The incident is under investigation.
A caller reported early Saturday morning an intoxicated girl was pounding on the windows and door of a 100-block East Market Street apartment and crying hysterically. She was issued an underage and released to an adult.
A 100-block Jackson St. resident reported Saturday morning an iron planted was stolen sometime in the past week from the rear of the property.
A 600-block North Sandusky Street resident reported Saturday morning items were stolen from a vehicle overnight.
The owner of Rosier’s, 1428 S. SR 53, called Friday night to report the employees were closing up for the night and there was a car parked at the gas pumps with a person slumped over in it. A female was arrested.
A man reported early Saturday morning Seneca Hills Golf Club, 4044 W. TR 98, was broken into overnight.
A 600-block W. Center St. caller reported Friday afternoon he was scammed over the phone.
A caller reported Friday evening two men parked a car in the middle of College Avenue and proceeded to run from it.
A caller from Nye’s Trailer Park, 1521 N. Countyline St., reported Friday night subjects yelling on the telephone. They were disputing over religious issues.
A woman reported Friday night her 17-year-old son was assaulted by a 14-year-old boy at the festival at St. Wendelin High School, 533 N. Countyline St. The case is to be forwarded to juvenile prosecutors.
A woman called Friday night from Good Shepherd Home, 725 Columbus Ave., to report someone was trying to break into her room.
A1000-block Columbus Avenue woman reported early Saturday morning she heard 10 to 12 gunshots from across the street.
Tiffin firefighters responded to a building fire at 55 Fairfield Ave. Friday evening.
Greensprings EMS and fire responded to a fire alarm early Saturday morning.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Friday afternoon, two Friday evening, two more Friday night and another early Saturday morning.
New Riegel fire and EMS and NBS fire and EMRs had a squad run Saturday morning.
The Echo unit and Bettsville EMS and fire had a squad run Saturday.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Haley M. Martin, Oak Hill, pleaded no contest to theft/deception, 180 days jail, 30 days suspended, not eligible for early release, make restitution, $577; pleaded no contest to nine charges of theft, 180 days jail, 30 days suspended, not eligible for early release, $213, $207, $207, $207, $207, $207, $207, $268, $207.
Robert J. Hubbard, II, 209 Fifth Ave., pleaded no contest to domestic violence, 90 days jail, 80 days suspended, 10 days credit, Firelands for assessment, $448.
Cory D. Williams, 264 Second Ave., pleaded no contest to theft, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, make restitution, $584.
Christian L. Overmyer, Fremont, pleaded no contest to theft, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, defendant to move with grandparents, make restitution, $584.
Timothy J. Mundorf, 107 W. Perry St., pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $242.
John C. Fritz, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $242.
Gary A. Bulkowski, Fostoria, 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 suspended, two-year license suspension, 10 days actual incarceration, remaining 36 days electronic house monitoring, vehicle immobilized for 90 days, SCRAM and ignition interlock six months, restricted plates two years, Firelands for assessment, prohibited from ingesting alcohol, $935; pleaded no contest to failure to control/weaving, $35; pleaded no contest to traffic lanes violation, $35.
Torrance K. Norman, II, Bloomville, unlawful sexual contact with minor, case dismissed due to felony indictment by Seneca County Grand Jury.
Sarah J. Barnette, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $142.
Vincent J. Kurtz, II, 2360 S. Shady Lane, pleaded guilty to possession of drug abuse instruments, 180 days jail, defendant may contact Victims Advocate to arrange in-house drug treatment, may be released to that treatment and upon successful completion, jail time may be suspended, $102; pleaded guilty to speed, two points, $127.