Daily Log, Oct. 16
Sydney E. Wallace, 22, of Columbus, was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct for an incident Feb. 6.
Bruce G. Gibson, 49, of Tiffin, was charged with theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and abusing harmful intoxicants Friday.
A woman reported Monday afternoon a purse and cell phone were taken from a vehicle in the 100 block of East Perry Street.
A possible break-in was reported early Tuesday morning at Big Dipper, 380 Wentz St. A broken window was found, but nothing was taken.
A juvenile was charged with underage possession/consumption early Tuesday morning in the 1600 block of West Market Street. The boy was released to a family member and given a summons to appear in court.
A break-in was reported Tuesday morning in the first block of South Sandusky Street. Nothing was taken, but a mess was left behind.
A woman reported Monday evening her kids found a needle and burned spoon in the first block of North Marion Street. The woman requested a deputy pick up the items.
A 12000-block West Axline Street man requested a deputy early Tuesday morning in reference to a vehicle that was parking in his driveway and leaving when he looked out of his window.
An 8000-block West CR 59 man reported Tuesday his son was causing problems and knocked down a door.
Abby K. Shelton, 30, of Fostoria, was charged with theft Tuesday.
A 600-block Buckley Street caller reported Monday afternoon numerous power tools were taken from a garage.
A theft was reported Monday evening at Dollar General, 166 E. Lytle St.
A 500-block Stinchcomb Drive woman reported early Tuesday morning a man whom she didn’t know was sitting on her back porch. Police were unable to locate the man.
A man went to the station Tuesday morning to report his debit card was stolen and used throughout the city.
A woman went to the station Tuesday morning to report she found one of her belongings at Cashland, 1227 N. Countyline St. She said she didn’t know it had been stolen.
Ted M. Reinhart, 37, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and a turn signal violation early Saturday morning.
Edward T. Bryant Jr., 30, of Green Springs, was charged with open container, operating a vehicle while intoxicated and a turn signal violation early Sunday morning.
Jose L. Diaz Jr., 39, of Carey, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, having no operator’s license and left of center early Sunday morning.
An injury accident was reported Tuesday afternoon at North Countyline Street and Park Avenue. A person was cited with failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Monday afternoon, one squad run Monday evening and one squad run Monday night. Ambulances also were needed twice early Tuesday morning and once Tuesday morning.
Clinton fire had a squad run Monday afternoon.
Republic fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday evening.
Old Fort fire and Bettsville EMS had a squad run early Tuesday morning.
Sycamore fire had a squad run early Tuesday morning.
Clinton fire had a squad run Tuesday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Jerry L. Sparks, address unknown, passing bad check case dismissed; theft case dismissed.
Miranda K. Romig, Columbus, domestic violence case dismissed.
William W. Cardwell, 406 1/2 Water St., pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $289.
Christopher J. Frisch, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to domestic violence, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, permanent weapons disability, continue counseling at New Transitions, $634.
Dennis E. Dinan, 51 St. Clair St., preliminary waiver on domestic violence, case bound over to Common Pleas Court.
Desmond G. Vaughn, Youngstown, pleaded no contest to false alarm violation, $242.
Michelle J. Slemmer, New Riegel, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $192.
Heather C. Bogle, 182 Jackson St., pleaded no contest to loud music violation, $132; 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, six-month license suspension, complete/pay for driver intervention program, approved for restricted driving privileges, six points, $603.
Robert E. Thomas, Euclid, driving under suspension case dismissed.