Daily log, Oct. 28
Jason R. Wagner, 35, of Tiffin, was charged with criminal trespass early Wednesday morning.
Seth A. Covert, 22, of Bloomville, was charged with drugs-marijuana paraphernalia and drugs-possession/abuse Friday evening.
Keri D. Harper, 26, of Tiffin, was charged with domestic violence early Saturday morning.
A person in the 300 block of Miami Street went to the station Saturday afternoon to report a scam.
Alfonzo D. Moore, 42, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and improper turn/turn signal usage early Sunday morning.
Michael A. Cole, 19, of Republic, was charged with failure to obey a traffic control device early Sunday morning.
Jessica L. Lewis, 22, of Reynoldsburg, was charged with plates-expired early Sunday morning.
A physical altercation was reported in the 100 block of Hall Street early Sunday morning.
Brittany L. Logan, 18, of Milan, was charged with underage possession/consumption early Sunday morning.
A person in the 1000 block of West Market Street reported Sunday morning the front tires had been slashed on a vehicle.
A woman in the 100 block of First Avenue reported Sunday afternoon the windows had been shot out on her truck.
A man at East Perry Street and Clinton Avenue reported Sunday afternoon he went to drop off his child, and his ex choked him.
A woman reported Sunday morning she was at a party in the 2000 block of West CR 61, and a woman smashed her iPod.
A 600-block South Union Street woman reported Saturday afternoon her mother had stolen her medication.
A fight was reported Saturday afternoon in the 300 block of East Fremont Street.
An 800-block Davoli Street woman reported Saturday evening the theft of a television that had been delivered to her.
An officer was requested early Sunday morning at McDonald’s, 626 N. Countyline St., for an assault.
Michael D. Coon, 59, of Pemberville, was cited with improper back/start after an accident at Hedges-Boyer Park, 491 Coe St., Saturday afternoon. A person had reported a school bus backed into another vehicle, and there were no injuries.
A citation of improper lane change was issued after a non-injury accident at East Perry and South Washington streets Sunday morning.
State Patrol accident
A single-vehicle rollover accident at East CR 34 and North TR 81 was reported early Sunday morning. A State Highway Patrol spokesman said a person sustained minor injuries.
A citation of operation without reasonable control was issued after a person reported Sunday morning a vehicle ran up onto a fire hydrant at Columbus Avenue and South Town Street.
A man reported Sunday morning The Review Times’ storage facility at 133 E. Tiffin St. had been broken into. It was under investigation.
A 400-block North Town Street woman reported Sunday afternoon someone entered her residence and stole items. The house was unlocked, entry was made without permission and items were taken.
Tiffin firefighters responded to overheated wires at 23 Avery St. Saturday morning.
Tiffin firefighters responded to a carbon dioxide detector malfunction at 528 N. Washington St. Saturday evening.
Attica-Venice-Reed fire, Attica EMS and the Echo unit responded to a strong odor of fuel oil on South SR 4 Sunday afternoon.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Friday afternoon, one squad run Friday night, two squad runs Saturday morning and three squad runs Saturday afternoon.
Green Springs EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Saturday afternoon.
New Riegel EMS, McCutchenville fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Saturday evening.
Republic EMS and Green Springs fire had a squad run Saturday night.