Daily log, Oct. 31
A 100-block First Avenue woman reported Tuesday afternoon a car cover was stolen.
A first-block Maplewood Street man reported Tuesday afternoon his neighbor was cutting trees in his yard.
A caller in the area of Jackson and Grace streets reported Tuesday evening a man was shooting a pellet gun at street lights. No one was found in the area upon a police officer’s arrival.
A woman went to the station Wednesday morning to report a theft from her vehicle overnight in the 1600 block of West Market Street.
Sarah E. Seery, 31, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday.
A 12000-block West TR 108 caller reported Wednesday morning a John Deere Gator was missing. The caller said a construction company had been working at the location for several months.
A 12000-block West Axline Street caller requested to speak to an officer Wednesday afternoon about the theft of money.
A caller from ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital reported Tuesday afternoon a patient who was denied medication in the oncology department threatened to come back and shoot everyone. According to the report, charges were pending for disorderly conduct.
A real estate agent reported Tuesday evening someone broke into a residence in the 500 block of East Jackson Street and stole a compressor. Windows also were broken.
A 600-block Buckley Street woman reported Tuesday night someone vandalized her vehicle.
A woman reported Tuesday night her storage unit in the 100 block of East Fremont Street was entered and items were missing.
A 200-block West Lytle Street caller reported a phone scam Wednesday morning.
A caller from Wood County Job and Family Services requested an officer investigate a situation Wednesday morning. According to the report, the incident allegedly took place on or about Oct. 15 on West South Street. The report indicates the incident was a sexual assault. A call to Capt. Patrick Brooks of the Fostoria Police Department Wednesday afternoon was not returned.
A man went to the station Wednesday morning to report someone stole his bag in the 100 block of North Countyline Street.
A woman went to the station Tuesday evening to report her son had been hit by a car while jogging in the area of East Market and South Washington streets. An ambulance was not needed, according to the report.
Everette E. Holland Jr., 22, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to control following a one-vehicle non-injury accident Wednesday morning in the 100 block of Frost Parkway. According to police reports, Holland hit a power pole, causing several residents to lose power.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 171 Jackson St. early Wednesday morning for a smoke detector activation.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs early Wednesday morning and two squad runs Wednesday morning.
Kansas fire and Fostoria EMS had a squad run Wednesday morning.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday morning.