Daily log, Nov. 28
Christopher R. Martin, 25, of Tiffin, was charged with theft for an incident Nov. 19.
A person went to the station Tuesday evening to report a theft from an unlocked vehicle.
A woman reported Wednesday afternoon her brother punched her and kicked her out of his vehicle. She called police from the 2000 block of West Market Street.
A fight between a man and woman was reported Wednesday afternoon in the 100 block of South Sandusky Street.
An 11000-block West TR 112 woman reported Tuesday evening her vehicle and her mother’s vehicle were broken into overnight.
A caller requested an officer Tuesday afternoon in the 200 block of Atha Avenue for a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old who were left home alone. Charges are pending, according to the report.
A caller from Kroger, 126 W. High St., reported Tuesday evening a juvenile shoplifter ran from the store.
A caller from Dollar General, 166 E. Lytle St., reported Wednesday afternoon a woman took a six-pack of an unreported beverage.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 634 W. Market St. Wednesday morning for an unintentional smoke detector activation.
Attica firefighters were called to East US 224 Wednesday afternoon for the report of smoke behind a residence.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Wednesday morning.
Attica-Venice-Reed firefighters, Attica EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday afternoon.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Hope A. Weiker, Fostoria, aiding and abetting case dismissed, entry granting state’s motion to dismiss.
Samantha M. Perry, 221 W. Market St., aiding and abetting case dismissed, entry granting state’s motion to dismiss.
Fostoria Municipal Court
Shaun M. Cramer, 727 Lynn St., pleaded guilty to three charges of vicious dog violations, 180 days jail, 170 days suspended, two days credit, one-year probation, make restitution, $279, $362, $153; pleaded guilty to three charges of failure to obtain dog registrations, 180 days jail, 170 days suspended, two days credit, $153, $153, $139.
Melanie A. Shaver, 744 Eastern Ave., pleaded no contest to resisting arrest, 90 days jail, 70 days suspended, 15 days credit, two years community control, continue medical treatment, $310; pleaded no contest to obstruction of official business, 90 days jail, 70 days suspended, 15 days credit, $168.
John H. Moyer, 501 E. North St., pleaded no contest to underage drinking, 90 days jail, 80 days suspended, two years non-reporting probation, SCRAM unit, counseling, no alcohol, prohibited from entering an establishment that serves alcohol unless food is primary business, $268.
Travis J. Schreiner, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to possession of drugs, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $360; pleaded no contest to tag/sticker violation, $145.
Thomas J. Reinhart, Alvada, pleaded guilty to no valid operator’s license, $422; pleaded guilty to failure to reinstate license, $268; pleaded guilty to speed, $93.
Miranda E. Schindler, 418 S. Poplar St., pleaded no contest to speed, $195; pleaded no contest to child restraint violation, $68.
Nathan T. Sheeran, 852 N. Main St., pleaded guilty to failure to reinstate license, $385; pleaded guilty to license suspension, $268.
Brandi N. Borer, Bascom, pleaded no contest to failure to control, $130.
Matthew T. Sierra, 456 W. North St., pleaded no contest to stopped school bus violation, $295.
Jeffrey L. Hammer, 634 James Marie Court, operating vehicle impaired case dismissed, $18; pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired, 90 days jail, 87 days suspended, one-year license suspension, one-year probation, alcohol school, restricted plates, vehicle ordered released upon payment of all fees, $525; pleaded no contest to right side of road violation, $68; pleaded no contest to seat belt violation, $48.
Thomas A. Breitigam, 101 Olmstead Drive, pleaded no contest to failure to reinstate license, $385; pleaded no contest to expired tag violation, $43.
Andrew D. Umlor, Toledo, pleaded guilty to theft, 90 days jail, 85 days suspended, one-year community control, make restitution, $295.
Abby K. Shelton, 1108 D Carrie Lane, pleaded guilty to theft, 180 days jail, 120 days suspended, two years intensive probation, court retains jurisdiction over this case and may amend sentence prior to end of sentence to allow defendant to be transferred to treatment facility, $262; pleaded guilty to failure to reinstate license, $403.