Daily Log, Sept. 1

Tiffin reports

Michael Booher, 28, of Sycamore, was charged Friday with theft.

A 200-block Clinton Avenue caller reported Friday afternoon her car window had been broken.

A caller reported Friday evening a man was trying to take equipment from the Port Authority yard.

A woman requested to speak to an officer Friday evening regarding a man messaging her 14-year-old daughter.

A juvenile was at the station with her guardian Friday night to report being assaulted while at the Columbian football game.

A 100-block Gross Street caller reported early Saturday morning hearing something on the patio roof. Police were unable to locate anything suspicious.

A caller reported early Saturday morning underage subjects were being served and heroin was being sold in the first block of Madison Street.

A 100-block Second Avenue caller reported Saturday morning her daughter had money come up missing at the Columbian football game Friday night.

The store manager from Taco Bell, 630 W. Market St., requested extra patrol for closing time due to a suspicious car and phone calls Saturday morning.

County reports

A 12000-block West Axline caller reported Saturday morning she had two rented televisions stolen while moving.

A caller in the 10000 block of West TR 36 reported Friday afternoon someone stole 50 gallons of gas from her.

Fostoria reports

A female caller reported Friday afternoon being threatened by a man.

A man was at the station Friday afternoon to report an SUV with three men pulled up near him at West Lytle and Mid Block and were harassing him and making gang gestures.

A caller reported Friday night his son’s bike was stolen from the stadium, 530 Stadium Drive.

Harassment was reported Friday night in the 200 block of East Tiffin Street.

A worker from Cashland, 1227 N. Countyline, reported Saturday afternoon a man was there claiming property was at the location which had recently been stolen from him.


Tiffin firefighters responded to 310 E. Market St. Friday evening for a smoke detector activation due to a malfunction.

Tiffin firefighters responded to 116 Greenfield St. for a malicious false alarm late Friday night.

Tiffin firefighters responded to 271 S. Sandusky St. for an outside fire early Saturday morning.

Bettsville fire responded to a report of wires arching early Saturday morning.


Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Friday afternoon and two runs Friday night.

Tiffin Municipal Court


Shawn C. Ronk, Crestline, disorderly conduct, $232; Christopher R. Mylin, Lewis Center, speed, $119; Chris Tolliver, Columbus, speed, $125; Kenneth Bevan, Caledon, Ontario, speed, $124; Dana M. Holman, Fostoria, seat belt violation, $75; Tonya M. Adams, 923 S. Bonaire Ave., speed, $125; Blake A. Severson, Indianapolis, Ind., speed, $132; Daniel M. Campbell, Pataskala, speed, $125; David M. Smith, Pickerington, speed, $125; Thomas Brisson, Baltimore, speed, $116.

Christina A. Wetzel, Fremont, railroad crossing violation, $115; Mercedes A. Wise, Perrysburg, seat belt violation, $75; Annette B. Cramer, Tiffin, seat belt violation, $75; Elizabeth A. Easterday, Attica, speed, $131; Judy A. Brown, Republic, speed, $122; Jacquelyn A. Therriault, 35 Willow Court, speed, $119; Andrew J. Carlson, Grafton, speed, $122; Andrew J. Ziegler, Clyde, speed, $116; Brandon M. Keener, Dewitt, Mich., speed, $134; Toby A. Keeney, Macedonia, speed, $119.

Susan A. Marcha, Green Springs, speed, $119; Lawrence E. Keller Jr., Castalia, speed, $119; Harold K. Warnick, Tiffin, dog at large violation, $105; Reva N. Pace, Sandusky, speed, $118; James E. Rainey, Virginia Beach, Va., speed, $119; Joli M. Stevens, Monroeville, seat belt violation, $75; Kathleen D. Durso, Westerville, equipment regulation violation, $115; Valencia Robertson, Columbus, speed, $116; Adam J. Bumb, 510 E. Perry St., speed, $131; James H. Wurm, Republic, speed, $130.

Samuel M. Radel, Gibsonburg, failure to yield right of way, $115; Courtney L. Selvey, Green Springs, speed, $119; Ciara R. Martin, Findlay, one-way traffic violation, $115; Beverly Johnson, Fostoria, speed, $116; Wilbert W. Showers, Knox, Pa., speed, $117; Juan H. Schadwil II, Tiffin, seat belt violation, $77; Marcie L. Alberts, 275 Gross St., speed, $134; Anthony B. Bellipanni, Birmingham, Ala., speed, $140; Kimberly A. Jones, Lima, speed, $157; Brian L. Miracle, 903 N. Water St., speed, $116.


Jeremy W. Hoker, Republic, pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice, 90 days jail, 60 days suspended, 14 days credit, SCRAM six months, random drug testing, Firelands for assessment, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering establishment where sold/served by glass, $551; pleaded guilty to failure to disclose personal information, $53; pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $89; pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $89.

Miles A. Englehart, Carey, pleaded no contest to criminal damaging or endangering, 90 days jail, 87 days suspended, pay restitution, $498; pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $187.

Tonya M. Currier, 500 Huron St., pleaded no contest to inducing panic, 180 days jail, 173 days suspended, seven days credit, no contact with victim, $636.

Bo A. Kin, Fremont, pleaded guilty to theft, 180 days jail, 120 days suspended, six-month license suspension, not eligible for early release, restitution to the Pit Stop, $502.

Lester E. Barney III, 73 St. Clair St., Lot 3, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $242.

Ryan A. Depinet, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, 180 days jail, 175 days suspended, two points, $429; pleaded no contest to improper passing, $50.

April D. Williams, Tiro, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, $148; pleaded no contest to speed, $30.

Jay C. McCoy, 47 St. Clair 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, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, complete/pay for driver intervention program, six points, $601; pleaded no contest to failure to re-instate license, $250; pleaded no contest to improper/prohibitive turn, $35.

Sean E. Hubbard, Baton Rouge, La., pleaded no contest to no operator’s license, $194; pleaded no contest to brake lights violation, $35.

Lawrence L. Fowler, 203 Fourth Ave., pleaded guilty to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, two points, $942.

Robert J. Allison, 292 Noble St., P.O. Box 611, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, 180 days jail, 180 days suspended, two points, $574.

Deborah A. Frankart, Tiffin, pleaded guilty to speed, $172.

Louella L. Tackett, Clyde, pleaded no contest to wrongful entrustment of vehicle, $342.

Justin M. Hohman, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to failure to control, $232.

Sebastian H. Patrick, Bloomville, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, 30 days jail, 29 days suspended, $511.

Joshua T. Feasel, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief, 30 days jail, 15 days suspended, two years no criminal conduct, $359; pleaded guilty to unknown charge, 30 days jail, 15 days suspended, two years no criminal conduct, $286.

Michael R. Carter, 237 Hudson St., pleaded guilty to domestic menacing, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, bond released to party that posted bond, $480; pleaded guilty to unlawful restraint, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, $49.