Daily log, Dec. 24
A person from Pit Stop, 321 E. Perry St., reported a gasoline drive-off Sunday afternoon.
A first-block Short Street man went to the station early Monday morning to report his girlfriend stole money out of his wallet for the purchase of narcotics.
A 200-block Jefferson Street resident reported early Monday morning a vehicle window was broken.
A first-block Hayward Street man reported Monday morning the windshield was broken on his car.
A person reported Monday afternoon two vehicles were entered in the 300 block of West Perry Street.
An 800-block North Water Street man reported Monday afternoon his wife broke into his house.
A person was arrested after a woman requested a welfare check on a man in the 16000 block of East TR 1053 Sunday evening. The woman reported the man was on heroin and had made threats of harming himself. A homeowner granted law enforcement permission to search her garage.
A first-block South High Street woman reported Monday morning the theft of a lock box containing her medication.
A person reported Sunday evening two children in the 1000 block of Peeler Drive had been left alone since Thursday evening with no adult supervision. An investigation was pending, and children’s services was notified.
A 200-block East 6th Street woman reported a scam Monday morning.
A non-injury accident on West Market Street was reported Sunday afternoon.
Michael A. Meador, 39, of Indiana, was cited with failure to control after an accident at West Perry and Elmer streets Monday morning.
James R. Moore, 44, of Shelby, was cited with failure to yield after stop after an accident at CR 16 and TR 165 Wednesday morning.
Bettsville fire was called to SR 12 and SR 635 Sunday evening.
Bettsville fire and Old Fort fire responded to a stranded vehicle at CR 61 and SR 53 Sunday evening. They later responded to the intersection for a vehicle that drove into water.
Tiffin firefighters responded to a power line down at West Perry and Elmer streets Monday morning.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Sunday afternoon, one squad run Sunday evening, one squad run Sunday night and one squad run Monday morning.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit responded to a stranded vehicle at CR 43 and CR 12 Sunday evening.
Bascom EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday morning.
Patricia J. Winkler, Tiffin.
Glenda S. Keller, Fostoria.
Marriage license applications
Cody Michael Nichols and Jill Anne Gentles Pierce, Attica.
Lorenzo Galvan Cabrera and Bianca Lizbeth Varela-Alvarez, Fostoria.
Jerald Peter Hammer and Shanon Ann Youngston, Fostoria.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Alexander A. Albright, Norwalk, pleaded guilty to failure to reinstate license, two points, $344; pleaded guilty to speed, $48.
Steve P. Latham, Tiffin, 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, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, six-month license suspension, pay for/complete driver intervention program, one year restricted plates, approved for restricted driving privileges, six points, $605; pleaded guilty to left of center violation, $35.
Benjamin L. Hoyda II, 489 1/2 Hedges St., 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, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, pay for/complete driver intervention program, restricted driving privileges, six points, $591; pleaded guilty to speed, $39.
Tyler L. Carter, 357 Water St., pleaded no contest to retaining stolen property, 180 days jail, 155 days suspended, 25 days credit, random drug testing, $260; pleaded no contest to abusing harmful intoxicants, 180 days jail, 155 days suspended, 25 days credit, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, Firelands for drug/alcohol assessment, pay restitution, $548; pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $193.
Benjamin L. Kimmel, 166 Riverside Drive, pleaded guilty to railroad vandalism, $216.
Banner L. Boyd, 13 Miami St., Apt. 13, pleaded guilty to persistent disorderly conduct, 30 days jail, 15 days suspended, 15 days credit, no contact with victims, $588.
Tyler J. Grabe, 448 Wall St., preliminary waiver on notice of residence address change violation, case bound over to Common Pleas Court.
Britney A. Hays, Bloomville, pleaded no contest to theft, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, pay restitution, $472.