Daily Log, Oct. 17
Tyler N. Crooks, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption Tuesday.
A person went to the station Tuesday evening to report a theft from a vehicle.
A juvenile was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property and having no operator’s license Tuesday night after he was found driving a stolen vehicle. The vehicle owner was contacted, who said the vehicle should have been parked in a parking lot. The owner was to pick up the vehicle in the morning.
A caller reported a verbal domestic dispute Tuesday night in the 800 block of North Water Street. According to the report, people were in the river. The man and woman were separated for the night.
A person went to the station Wednesday afternoon to speak to an officer about possible identity theft.
Sara A. Bolen, 34, of Willard, was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident Sept. 24.
A 3000-block South CR 43 man reported Tuesday evening two TVs were missing from his home.
A 3000-block South TR 66 man reported Tuesday evening he returned home to find his garage door kicked in and a sliding glass door open.
A caller from ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital reported Tuesday evening an assault victim was being treated. The victim was told by police to go to the police station if they remembered anything about the assault. An officer was later requested at the hospital for a separate assault victim.
A 300-block West North Street caller reported Tuesday night someone put a firecracker in their mailbox. Damage was reported to the mailbox and to siding.
A fight between a man and woman was reported Wednesday morning at Lar-Land, 901 S. US 23. The man and woman were given a citation for disorderly conduct.
Clinton firefighters were called to TR 122 Tuesday evening for a controlled burn.
Bascom fire and EMS were called to a fire alarm activation Tuesday evening on CR 54.
Green Springs firefighters were called to 218 Academy St. early Wednesday morning for a fire alarm activation.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Tuesday afternoon, one squad run Tuesday evening and one squad run Tuesday night. Ambulances also were needed twice early Wednesday morning and once Wednesday morning.
Janis C. Kirby, Tiffin.
Leanne Wolff Langenderfer, Tiffin.
Alberta M. Kowpak, Tiffin.
Betty B. Bean, Tiffin.
Marriage license applications
Cody Raymond Semer and Katrina Dyan Woods, Tiffin.
Christopher Michael Dannemiller and Lori Ann Depinet, Republic.
Zachary Paul Miller, Bloomville, and Rebecca Lynn Miller, Attica.
Anthony Wayne Harmon, Toledo, and Lauren Michelle Tusing, Tiffin.
Ryan Michael Perkins and Franciska Marie Kimmet, Tiffin.
Jeffery Rolund Morehart and Charlotte M. Massie, Fostoria.
Adam Michael Riley, Tiffin, and Aleksandra Apostolova, Put-in-Bay.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Gina May, Green Springs, pleaded no contest to assault, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, no contact with victim, Firelands for behavioral/anger management assessment, restitution to victim, $506.
Ashley May, Green Springs, pleaded no contest to assault, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, no contact with victim, Firelands or equivalent for behavioral/anger management assessment, restitution, $516.
Gregory A. Zirger Jr., Burgoon, 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, $615; pleaded no contest to traffic lanes violation, $35; pleaded no contest to traffic device/sign violation, $35.
Wade D. Bogard, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to assured clear distance, two points, $127.
Gary P. Nordahl, Perrysburg, pleaded guilty to speed, $181.
Oscar O. Garcia Ortiz, 204 E. Market St., Apt. 144, pleaded guilty to no operator’s license, $342.
Kristi R. Glick, 162 Third Ave., 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, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, complete/pay for driver intervention program, approved for restricted driving privileges, six points, $591; pleaded no contest to stop sign violation, $35.
John M. Martin, Oak Hill, pleaded no contest to two charges of theft, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, no trespassing at Walmart, make restitution to Walmart for $79, $435, $193.
Lance D. Weiland, 148 W. Market St., pleaded no contest to two charges of theft, 180 days jail, 120 days suspended, 12 days credit, good time approved with work crew, attorney Hall appointed in each case, no contact with victim or victim’s residence, $773, $397.
Joseph T. Jovanovski, 136 Jackson St., pleaded no contest to underage drinking, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, 50 hours community service, no bars or alcohol until old enough to legally consume, $362.
Brent M. Hunt, Tiffin, pleaded guilty to unlawful restraint, anger management counseling required, state withdrew incarceration as sentencing option, $714.
David L. Stahl, 44 Virginia Ave., pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 68 days suspended, 112 days credit, two-year license suspension, Firelands for addiction assessment, $943.