Daily log, Nov. 15
A theft was reported Wednesday night in the first block of Hunter Street.
A theft was reported Wednesday night in the first block of Tomb Street.
Jacob T. Schneider, 20, of Toledo, was charged with theft Thursday afternoon.
Kreggie L. Gallagher, 26, of Risingsun, was charged with complicity Tuesday afternoon.
An 8000-block East CR 32 man reported Thursday morning his chainsaw was taken overnight.
A Seneca County Sheriff’s deputy was flagged down Thursday afternoon by a person who reported three vehicles were drag racing on Market Street. The drivers were warned for speed and their manner of driving.
A 400-block North Town Street man reported Wednesday evening an elderly woman left a TV on his porch and said her grandson would pick it up. The man said he did not know the woman and she did leave a TV. An officer picked up the TV, which was believed to have been stolen.
A 300-block West Fourth Street woman reported a phone scam Wednesday evening.
A woman in the area of Columbus Avenue and Barcelona Drive reported Wednesday night someone tried to come in through her back door. Police were unable to locate anyone in the area.
Chelsey L. Bloom, 21, of Bascom, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and speed and violating traffic lanes Nov. 8.
Brandon L. Zellers, 25, of Columbus, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Nov. 9.
A single-vehicle accident was reported Thursday afternoon in the 8000 block of South SR 587. At least one person was transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital. Further details were unavailable Thursday evening.
NBS fire, New Riegel EMS and McCutchenville fire were called to a wood burner fire Thursday morning on West TR 1070. McCutchenville Fire Chief BJ Ford said the fire was minor in nature.
NBS fire, New Riegel EMS and the Echo unit were called to an accident Thursday afternoon on South SR 587.
Attica-Venice-Reed fire and Republic fire and EMS were called to a field fire Thursday afternoon on South TR 181.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Wednesday afternoon, one squad run Wednesday evening and two squad runs Thursday morning.
Bascom fire had a squad run Thursday afternoon.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Alexander W. Rivera, 121 Jackson St., pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, $194.
Amber M. Sturgill, 241 W. Perry St., pleaded no contest to domestic violence, 30 days jail, 28 days suspended, attend parenting classes, no adverse contact with any family member, report for drug/alcohol and behavioral/anger management assessment, $484.
Brianna E. Stagnolia, 99 Morningside Drive, pleaded no contest to assured clear distance, $104.
Skyler T. Farley, Sycamore, pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, two points, $144.
Kimberly D. Bair, 233 Mohawk St., E7, pleaded guilty to assault charges, 180 days jail, 150 days suspended, no contact with victim, Firelands for assessment, make restitution, $543.
Michael R. Booher, Crestline, pleaded guilty to theft, 180 days jail, 165 days suspended, $531.
Roger D. Byrge, Jacksboro, Tenn., possession of controlled substances case dismissed due to indictment by Seneca County Grand Jury, costs to state.
Spencer A. Jacobs, Lambertville, Mich., pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $182; operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI vase; pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 90 days jail, 60 days suspended, six-month license suspension, not eligible for early release, six points, $721; pleaded guilty to left of center violation, $35.
Eric T. Wagner, Fremont, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $242.
Tyler J. Rice, Bloomville, pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $119; pleaded guilty to driving under suspension, 90 days jail, 87 days suspended, two points, $598; pleaded guilty to speed, $48; pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $30.
Michael W. Douglas, Findlay, pleaded no contest to school bus violation, $182.
Abdulaziz A. Alshehri, Ada, operating vehicle impaired/refusal case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor.
Tommy C. Halcomb Jr., 15 Eighth Ave., pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 90 days suspended, court will retain jurisdiction over this case to release defendant prior to the end of his sentence to an approved residential rehab facility, not eligible for early release, six points, $721; pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, $500; pleaded no contest to speed, $36.
Patrick A. Lucius, Bettsville, operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 90 days jail, 85 days suspended, two-year license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges, two years restricted plates, six months SCRAM, Firelands for assessment, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering establishment where sold/served by glass, $750; pleaded guilty to left of center violation, $35.
Anthony D. Gauche, Columbus, Financial Responsibility Act suspension case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor for good cause shown, costs to state.