Daily log, Sept. 15
A caller from Pit Stop, 321 E. Perry, reported Friday afternoon a gasoline drive-off. According to the report, the driver called Pit Stop and paid over the phone.
A caller in the 100 block of Prospect Street reported Friday Heidelberg students were allegedly speeding in the area.
A first-block Miami Street caller reported Friday evening someone had egged his porch.
A 200-block Eighth Avenue caller reported Friday evening juveniles were harassing her daughter.
A first-block Oakwood Drive caller reported Friday evening bank accounts had been compromised.
A first-block North Water Street caller reported Friday night an elderly male was exposing himself when she walked by.
James Oberholtzer, 53, of Tiffin, was charged Friday night with operating a vehicle while under the influence.
A caller in the 100 block of West Market Street reported Friday night someone had broken the window out of his vehicle.
A first-block Schonhardt Street caller reported early Saturday morning witnessing a teenage girl in the area running, screaming and looking over her shoulder.
A 200-block Wentz Street caller reported Saturday morning someone threw a stone at his vehicle and damaged it.
A semi was reportedly stuck on the bridge Saturday afternoon in the first block of North Washington Street.
Kristi Glick, 33, of Tiffin, was charged Saturday with operating a vehicle while under the influence and a stop sign violation.
A 12000-block of East US 224 woman reported Friday afternoon a wallet had been stolen.
Sheriff’s deputies responded to a truck fire Friday in the 4000 block of South SR 19. According to the report, they assisted the fire department, and two lanes of the roadway were closed due to the incident.
A person was at the station Saturday morning regarding fraudulent charges on a debit card.
A caller in the 300 block of West Fremont reported Friday afternoon her husband’s bike had been stolen, and their video cameras had taped the suspect.
A person was at the station Friday evening to report witnessing a male subject put eight bags of trash into the dumpster at Circle K, 551 E. Lytle. An investigation was pending, according to the report.
A security officer from Kroger, 126 W. High, requested to speak to an officer Friday night about a shoplifting incident from Sept. 11.
A person requested assistance at the police station early Saturday morning for a woman who was refusing to get out of a vehicle.
A caller reported Saturday afternoon being forcefully grabbed on the wrist and biceps by a physician’s assistant at Fostoria Community Hospital, 501 Van Buren.
An accident was reported Saturday afternoon on SR 4.
Tiffin EMS made two squad runs Friday evening, one Friday night, two early Saturday morning, one Saturday morning and two Saturday afternoon.
Green Springs EMS and fire and Echo 1 made a squad run Friday evening.
Tiffin EMS and Clinton fire made a squad run Friday evening.
Echo 1, AVR fire and Attica EMS made a squad run Saturday afternoon.
Echo 1, AVR fire and Attica EMS responded to an accident Saturday.
Tiffin fire responded to a malfunctioning system Friday afternoon.
Bascom fire and EMS were called Friday evening to the report of a truck fire.
Tiffin EMS and Old Fort fire were called Friday evening to the area of CR 33 and CR 38 for the smell of gas and a hissing sound.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Nathan A. Boyer, 211 E. Market St., pleaded no contest to no operator’s license, $214; pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, $250; pleaded no contest to two charges of Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $250, $250; pleaded no contest to failure to reinstate license, $250; pleaded no contest to registration violation, $250.
Brooke N. Hill, Republic, pleaded guilty to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, two points, $344; pleaded guilty to failure to control, $70.
Leticia A. Kilgore, Clyde, pleaded no contest to speed, two points, $134.
Veronica S. Dickey, Fremont, pleaded no contest to fictitious plates, $142.
Heather E. Hammons, Toledo, operating vehicle impaired case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 160 days suspended, two-year license suspension, two years restricted plates, six months ignition interlock, 12 months SCRAM, restricted driving privileges, alcohol restrictions, no early release, six points, $875; pleaded guilty to driving under suspension, $500; pleaded guilty to failure to reinstate license, $500; pleaded guilty to failure to control/weaving, $35.
Arthur E. Franklin Jr., Tiffin, operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, pay for/complete driver intervention program, restricted driving privileges, six points, $593; pleaded guilty to no operator’s license, $35; pleaded guilty to regulation of safety lighting for commercial vehicles violation, $35.