Daily log, Oct. 5
Derek J. Porter, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with falsification for an incident Sept. 25.
Bertha M. Blanchard, 33, of Tiffin, was charged with a junk and trash complaint Thursday afternoon.
A theft from a vehicle was reported Thursday evening in the 200 block of Second Avenue.
Graffiti was reported Thursday night on a garage in the 200 block of East Perry Street.
A first-block Virginia Avenue caller reported Thursday night a person who was evicted from a neighboring residence kept coming back to it and was currently there. A person was detained at the back of the property and told not to return.
A 100-block Dallas Street man reported Friday afternoon two men came to the residence Friday morning and took his wife’s car that they claimed was being repossessed. The man said he called the bank, which said a repossession order had not been issued.
A theft was reported Thursday evening in the 1000 block of South CR 13.
A 6000-block South SR 587 woman reported Thursday night her daughter shoved her and pulled her hair.
A 11,000-block West TR 36 man reported the theft of gas Friday morning.
A man went to the station Thursday afternoon to report his debit card was being compromised.
A 300-block North Town Street woman reported Thursday evening her house was broken into and there was damage to her glass-top stove.
A caller reported Thursday evening someone left water on and caused heavy flooding in a 700 block Berkshire Drive residence.
A 100-block East Crocker Street man reported Friday morning a woman stole his bicycle. According to the report, a woman was arrested.
A break-in was reported Friday morning in the 600 block of Northview Drive.
A gasoline drive-off was reported Friday afternoon at Kroger, 126 W. High St.
A person was cited with failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead following an injury accident Thursday afternoon in the 300 block of West Market Street.
A caller from the emergency room reported Friday afternoon a man was there for treatment after being clipped by a car somewhere on Lytle Street Friday morning.
An accident was reported Friday afternoon at West Jackson and North Countyline streets. An ambulance was sent to the scene for a head injury.
Nathaniel Bond, 17, of Bellevue, was cited with speeding following a two-vehicle accident Thursday afternoon at the intersection of SR 4 and TR 126. The other driver involved, Sean Garverick, 43, of Clyde, was transported to The Bellevue Hospital with non-incapacitating injures.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 241 Jefferson St. Thursday afternoon for an unauthorized burn.
Tiffin firefighters were called to Jackson and Hall streets Thursday afternoon for a gas leak.
Attica fire and EMS, Republic EMS and the Echo unit were dispatched to an accident Thursday afternoon at SR 4 and TR 126.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Thursday afternoon, one squad run Thursday night and three squad runs early Friday morning. Ambulances also were needed twice Friday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS and the Echo unit had one squad run Thursday evening and one squad run Friday morning.
Green Springs fire had a one squad run Thursday evening, one squad run Friday morning and one squad run Friday afternoon.
Clinton fire had a squad run Thursday night.
Bloomville fire and EMS had a squad run Friday morning.