Daily log, Sept. 24
Brandon A. Mayes, 21, of Cincinnati, was charged with criminal damaging and assault Sunday afternoon. According to Tiffin Police reports, a 100-block Jackson Street woman had reported her boyfriend bit her and threatened her with a knife.
A woman went to the station Sunday evening to report her daughter’s shoes were stolen and she was assaulted.
Paul M. Pine, 33, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Sunday night. He also was charged with endangering children.
A man reported Monday morning he moved three big rocks that someone had taken out of Fairmont Cemetery and put on the road.
Two vehicles in the 200 block of Ella Street were reported entered Monday morning.
A first-block North Washington Street person reported the theft of statues Monday morning.
A first-block North SR 101 woman reported fraudulent charges on her bank account Monday morning.
A 200-block Jackson Street person reported Monday morning a football jersey had been stolen.
A man reported Monday morning a man assaulted him and stole his money Sunday night in the area of West Market and Benner streets. The man said he had been visiting a residence and the incident occurred inside.
Brian J. Bailey, 35, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident Sept. 16. He was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and failure to control Friday evening.
Dwayne Stephens Jr., 32, of Republic, was charged with domestic violence and unlawful restraint Saturday.
A caller reported Sunday afternoon three mailboxes were destroyed in the 2000 block of North TR 73.
A caller reported damage to a sign at Old Fort School, 7635 N. CR 51, Monday morning.
Lindsey M. Craddolph, 55, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Friday.
Heath A. Parsons, 23, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday.
Brittany L. Scott, 21, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday.
Regina A. Scott, 46, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday.
A 400-block McDougal Street man reported Sunday afternoon his daughter’s bicycle that was stolen in June was spotted at a North Street residence.
A 600-block Foster Street caller reported early Monday morning someone looked in their window.
A woman reported Monday afternoon a lawnmower was stolen from the 200 block of McDougal Street.
Theodore N. Nelson Jr., 47, of Tiffin, was charged with open container Saturday.
Linda K. Moyer, 43, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead following a three-vehicle accident Sunday afternoon at South Monroe and East Market streets. A passenger in another vehicle, Heather M. Martin, 29, of Fremont, suffered non-incapacitating injuries. The accident report did not state whether she was transported to a hospital.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Sunday afternoon, two squad runs Sunday evening and one squad run Sunday night. Ambulances also were needed twice early Monday morning and twice Monday morning.
Bettsville fire and EMS had a squad run Sunday night.
NBS fire and New Riegel EMS had a squad run Sunday night.
Green Springs fire, Republic EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday afternoon.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Jamie P. Kluding, Norwalk, speed, $128; Andrew J. Reed, Findlay, failure to yield right of way, $115; Sylvester Harrison, Winston-Salem, N.C., speed, $119; Mollie M. Hansen, Troy, speed, $119; Tanya R. Canterbury, New Bloomington, speed, $122; Michael R. Montgomery, Findlay, speed, $128; Russell T. Garber, Worthington, speed, $121; Phyllis J. Smith, Lexington, speed, $119; James A. Bonham, 1692 W. Market St., Lot 44, failure to control/weaving, $115; John H. Toppari, New Albany, speed, $140.
John A. Meier, Columbus, speed, $125; Debora R. Krupp, Findlay, speed, $116; Joyce A. Beagle, Willard, speed, $119; Stacey M. Wank, 18 Walnut St., assured clear distance, $115; Robert S. Haley, Findlay, speed, $149; Michael J. Risner, Attica, speed, $128; Brent M. Fry, Tiffin, speed, $122; Riley J. Herman, Elmore, passing vehicles violation, $115.