Daily log, Sept. 28
Jimmy L. Hurst, 28, of Tiffin, was charged with drug possession/abuse Wednesday afternoon.
A possible scam was reported Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of South Washington Street Thursday evening.
A caller from Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, reported Thursday evening three women were attempting to steal cologne when one of them cut herself. The caller said the incident was on video and a worker had found a full shopping cart and blood in that area. The emergency room advised Walmart a woman had gone to the hospital with a laceration. According to the report, a vehicle was searched and Tonia D. Dukes, 44, of Fremont, was charged with theft.
A 200-block East Market Street man requested to speak to an officer Thursday night about a flooring company being cruel to his cat. According to the report, the cat had been trapped under flooring. It was removed without injuries.
A first-block North Sandusky Street woman reported early Friday morning she heard a loud boom and then saw two people running. Police checked a church in the area and discovered pry marks on a door. It was unknown if the marks were old or new. The church was secured.
A man reported Friday morning an apartment in the first block of Minerva Street was entered overnight. Several items were taken.
A caller reported Friday afternoon a man from a group home in the 200 block of Jefferson Street urinates outside all the time.
Vandalism to a back receiving door at Peebles, 680 W. Market St., was reported Friday afternoon.
A woman reported Friday afternoon a man ran a stop sign in the 600 block of West Market Street and almost hit her. He then followed her with his vehicle and tried to rear-end her vehicle. When she confronted him, he fled, she said.
A 100-block Jackson Street man reported unauthorized charges on his credit card Friday afternoon.
A man from Fort Seneca General Store reported Thursday afternoon a man tried to scam him out of $950.
A woman reported Thursday night she received a text message that there were gunshots in the 12,000 block of West Axline Street. Deputies were unable to locate the person who received the text message. The call was believed to be a prank.
A woman went to the station Thursday afternoon to speak to an officer about her grand-daughter being assaulted at school Monday.
A 500-block Columbus Avenue woman reported Thursday afternoon she was assaulted. According to the report, the parties involved had a disagreement.
A 400-block West Lytle Street man reported Thursday evening he received a scam phone call from someone stating he won a $10,200 grant.
A 1500-block North Countyline Street caller reported early Friday morning three juveniles were running through the trailer park with knives. Police were unable to locate the juveniles.
Sean T. Jackson, 46, of Tiffin, was charged with endangering children, operating a vehicle while intoxicated and violating traffic lanes Thursday evening following a two-vehicle accident at Clyde and Hudson streets. According to the report, a child was dropped off at a residence by police following the crash.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 161 Maule Rd. early Friday morning for a compressor fire. Capt. Ben Nutter of Tiffin Fire and Rescue said the fire was contained to the compressor. The fire created a lot of smoke, but no structural damage was reported.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Thursday evening, one squad run early Friday morning and two squad runs Friday morning.
Republic fire and EMS had a squad run Thursday evening.
Green springs fire and EMS had a squad run Thursday night.
Clinton fire had a squad run early Friday morning.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday morning.