Daily log, Nov. 8
Two women were arrested Wednesday afternoon after they attempted to steal a TV from Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18.
A stolen bicycle was reported Wednesday afternoon in the 200 block of North Washington Street.
A man went to the station Wednesday afternoon to report his car was broken into in the 100 block of Ann Street.
A cab driver from Bowling Green reported early Thursday morning he dropped off a man in the 200 block of North Washington Street and the man did not pay the $100 fare.
A caller reported Thursday morning it appeared someone attempted to break the front door window of the Medicine Shoppe, 465 W. Perry St. Entry was not made.
A woman went to the station Thursday morning to report damage to her vehicle.
A 200-block Noble Street man reported Thursday morning a TV was stolen from his house.
Sabrina D. Brose, 23, of New Riegel, was charged with child endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia Wednesday.
Vandalism to the sewer plant in Green Springs was reported Thursday morning.
A man reported Thursday morning he located a four-wheeler near North US 12 and West TR 112. The four-wheeler, which previously had been reported as stolen, was returned to its owner.
A first-block West Tiffin Street man reported Thursday morning items were stolen from a vehicle.
A 6000-block North TR 71 woman reported Thursday morning her estranged husband forced his way into her home and was threatening her.
A man went to the station Wednesday afternoon to report a woman withdrew funds from his deceased uncle’s account with a forged power of attorney.
A 1500-block North Countyline Street man called 911 Thursday morning to report he was a wanted person. Police found the man was not a wanted subject, but instead wanted to be arrested. He told police if he wasn’t arrested, he would have a problem with his girlfriend.
A strong odor of burned marijuana was detected during a traffic stop Thursday morning in the 200 block of East Tiffin Street. A woman gave police a green, leafy substance that was inside of her bra.
A 100-block Elm Street caller reported a phone scam involving Medicare Thursday afternoon.
An injury accident was reported Wednesday evening in the 1500 block of West Market Street. A person was cited with failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
Ronald A. Burlile, 65, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead following a non-injury accident Thursday morning at Spayth and Melmore streets.
A jack-knifed semi-truck was reported Wednesday afternoon at East Lytle Street and South US 23.
Fostoria firefighters were called to East Lytle Street early Wednesday morning for a vehicle accident.
Fostoria firefighters were called to 300 Court Place Thursday morning for an extinguishing system activation.
Fostoria firefighters were called to 519 Plaza Drive Tuesday afternoon. They were canceled en route to the call.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Wednesday afternoon, two squad runs Wednesday evening and one squad run Wednesday night. Ambulances also were needed once early Thursday morning and once Thursday morning.
Green Springs fire and EMS had a squad run Wednesday evening.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Landis A. Pavey, Findlay, pleaded no contest to theft, 180 days jail, 60 days suspended, not eligible for early release, make restitution, $671.
Joshua L. Heyman, 193 Fifth Ave., pleaded no contest to obstruction of official business, 90 days jail, 60 days suspended, 43 days credit, not eligible for early release, $573; pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, 30 days jail, $205; pleaded no contest to retaining stolen property, 180 days jail, 60 days suspended, not eligible for early release, $201.
Brian J. Bailey, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $148.
Evan L. Conard, Westerville, underage drinking case placed on diversion, $240.
Jamey D. Baker, 111 Crestview Drive, pleaded no contest to open container violation, $117.
Richard A. Larick III, Tiffin, pleaded guilty to passing bad checks, $144.
Bertha M. Blanchard, 264 Second Ave., pleaded no contest to unknown charge, $182.