Daily Log, Oct. 23
A man in the first block of Summit Street reported Monday afternoon his vehicle was broken into overnight.
A 200-block Coe Street woman reported Monday afternoon damage to her house.
A person in the 300 block of Jefferson Street reported early Tuesday morning a man was attempting to enter vehicles.
A person advised early Tuesday morning a front window was smashed in at Medicine Shoppe, 465 W. Perry St. The criminal division was contacted.
A person reported Tuesday morning Viewpoint Graphics, 132 S. Washington St., was broken into.
A person reported Tuesday morning a breaking and entering at Raitzy’s Chop Shop, 235 N. Washington St. A small amount of change was taken.
Tonia D. Dukes, 44, of Fremont, was charged with theft Tuesday.
Huron County Sheriff’s Office requested backup for a breaking and entering in progress at East SR 162 and South TR 197 Monday evening.
A 12000-block West TR 33 woman reported Tuesday morning someone took saddles from her barn.
A 6000-block South TR 99 resident reported Tuesday afternoon a farmer went onto his property with his combine and chopped off the top of his pine tree.
A 600-block North Poplar Street woman reported Monday evening someone shot her vehicle with a BB and busted the window.
A person was arrested for theft after a person reported Monday evening a possible juvenile shoplifter at Kroger, 126 W. High St.
A man requested to speak to an officer Tuesday morning regarding his aunt withdrawing money from an account at Huntington Bank, 570 N. Countyline St., that belonged to his deceased uncle. It was under investigation.
A citation of failure to yield was issued after an accident at Main and Summit streets Monday evening.
A citation of failure to yield after stop was issued after a non-injury accident at Benner and Clay streets Tuesday morning.
A non-injury accident was reported at South Sandusky and West Market streets Tuesday morning.
A citation of assured clear distance ahead was issued after a non-injury accident at South Washington and Main streets Tuesday morning.
State Patrol accident
A person advised Tuesday morning a pickup truck was in a field at East CR 46 and North TR 82. State Highway Patrol had handled the situation overnight.
Fostoria firefighters responded to an accident for cleanup at 146 E. Tiffin St. Saturday night.
Fostoria firefighters responded to an alarm system that sounded at 200 N. Town St. early Tuesday morning. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
Fostoria EMS and Bascom fire had a squad run Monday evening.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Monday afternoon, four squad runs Monday evening, one squad run early Tuesday morning and two squad runs Tuesday morning.
Bellevue EMS and fire had a squad run Monday night.
Republic EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Fostoria EMS and Bascom fire had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.