Daily log, July 1

Tiffin reports

Alberto Gutierrez, 22, of Tiffin, was charged with receiving stolen property and theft Saturday after an incident Friday.

A man reported Saturday evening antennas were stolen off his pickup while parked at First Avenue Towing, 221 First Ave.

Paul D. Snyder, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption Sunday after an incident Saturday.

Caitlin A. Ringle, 25, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday after an incident Saturday.

A person reported early Sunday morning two people were fighting in the first block of North Washington Street.

A person reported early Sunday morning a service cab was egged at Glenn and Melmore streets.

A person reported Sunday morning a window was broken out of Anthony Douglas Kitchen & Bath, 45 Leitner Ave.

A person reported Sunday afternoon someone failed to pay $39.59 at Kroger’s gas station, 790 W. Market St.

County reports

Law enforcement went to the 100 block of Lemmon Street Sunday afternoon for a possible breaking and entering.

A 500-block North TR 87 resident went to the station Sunday morning to speak with a deputy about fraudulent use of a credit card.

Fostoria reports

A 600-block Sandusky Street man reported Saturday evening his house was broken into. Copper wire was missing.

An employee of St. Catherine’s, 25 Christopher Drive, requested an officer Saturday evening and reported one of the patients advised being sexually assaulted the week before. The incident was under investigation. A message was left for a Fostoria Police Department spokesman Sunday evening.

A 700-block South Union Street man reported Sunday morning he believed his pit bull was poisoned. The dog had been vomiting and died.

A 500-block Burnham Drive woman reported Sunday morning there was some type of substance poured into her yard.

Tiffin accidents

Gary G. Jeffrey II, 43, of Sycamore, was cited with improper left turn and driving under suspension after an accident at Miami Street and Oakwood Drive Friday morning.

Loretta J. Keller, 48, of Tiffin, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident on West Perry Street Friday afternoon.

Sarah K. Longbrake, 18, of Bloomville, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at East Perry and South Monroe streets Friday afternoon.

Brooke S. Weininger, 17, of McCutchenville, was cited with improper turn/turn signal usage after an accident in the 500 block of West Market Street Friday afternoon.

A citation of failure to yield while turning left at an intersection was issued after a non-injury accident at West Market Street and Oakwood Drive Sunday afternoon.

County accidents

Darlene R. Elchert, 62, of New Riegel, was taken by New Riegel EMS to Mercy Tiffin Hospital after an accident on TR 113 June 24.

A non-injury accident was reported at North SR 53 and East CR 38 Saturday evening. A vehicle left the scene, and a vehicle was in the field.

Fostoria accidents

Carol J. Jurrus, 57, of Fostoria, was cited with improper backing after an accident in the 700 block of Oaklawn Avenue June 23.

Citations of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, reckless operation, false information, expired plates and hit-skip were issued after an accident at South Wood and West South streets Saturday night. Two people were taken to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital.

Fire

Tiffin firefighters were called to a contained trash or rubbish fire at 117 Melmore St. early Sunday morning.

EMS

New Riegel EMS, McCutchenville fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday evening.

New Riegel EMS, NBS fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday evening.

Fostoria EMS and Kansas fire responded to a two-vehicle accident at SR 12 and CR 592 Friday night.

Tiffin EMS had one squad run Saturday afternoon, one squad run Saturday evening, three squad runs Saturday night and one squad run Sunday morning. Clinton fire assisted Saturday night.

Attica EMS and Attica-Venice-Reed fire had a squad run Saturday night.

Bascom EMS, Bettsville fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Sunday afternoon.

Green Springs EMS had a squad run Sunday afternoon.

Tiffin Municipal Court

Appearances

Ashton L. Campbell, Ashland, 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, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges, complete/pay for driver intervention program, six points, $591; pleaded no contest to traffic lanes violation, $35.

Sam R. Bohanan, 229 W. Market St., pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, ALS terminated, complete/pay for driver intervention program, approved for restricted driving privileges, six points, $627; pleaded no contest to stop/slow speed violation, $35.

Shannon M. Orozco, 324 Main St., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $192.

Teresa D. Lajole, Findlay, pleaded guilty to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, shall be released, $372; pleaded guilty to improper/prohibitive turn violation, $35.

Kimberly A. Fitzpatrick, Green Springs, pleaded no contest to speed, two points, $227.

Thie W. Runion, 18 Short St., pleaded no contest to failure to yield right of way, two points, $162.

Jeffrey D. Morrison, Sr., 107 Adams St., pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $87.

Jennifer D. Reichenbach, 160 E. Perry St., pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, vehicle shall be released, two points, $592.

Andrew J. Kimmet, 167 Cottage Ave., pleaded no contest to seat belt violation, $122.

Timothy F. Lundy, 224 E. Perry St., pleaded no contest to open container violation, $142.

Jennifer A. Bohrer, 394 Circular St., pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $94.

Rebecca J. Martin, 39 Wentz St., pleaded no contest to fictitious plates violation, $102.