Daily log, Jan. 13
Jonathan J. Sutherlin, 19, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Oct. 2.
A person reported Saturday afternoon two boys in the first block of Jefferson Street were throwing snowballs at vehicles.
Samual H. Stone, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Saturday evening.
A person reported Saturday evening a window was broken out of a vehicle in the 2000 block of West Market Street, and a purse was stolen.
Ryan M. Crocker, 35, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct early Sunday morning.
James Hoyda of Bloomville was charged with disorderly conduct early Sunday morning.
A man in the 100 block of West Market Street reported Sunday morning someone flattened his tires.
A first-block Braden Court man reported Sunday morning his house was broken into.
A woman in the first block of Orange Street reported Sunday morning someone wrote all over her vehicle.
A 300-block Circular Street resident reported Sunday morning a vehicle was entered. Cash and a baseball bat were stolen, and a console was damaged.
A woman requested an officer check the 100 block of Second Avenue Sunday morning for two suspicious men. She reported that one attempted to take a mailbox out of the ground.
A first-block Cherry Street resident reported Sunday afternoon a vehicle was entered. It was unlocked in the garage, and a handful of change was missing.
A 2000-block North CR 11 man reported early Sunday morning his wife threw him out of her vehicle and then threw the mirror at him.
A person reported Sunday morning a fight between a father and son in a parking lot in the first block of East Tiffin Street.
A 1000-block East SR 18 woman reported Sunday afternoon a woman was in the roadway trying to protect an injured raccoon. A woman was parked and standing in the middle of the road.
A person requested to speak to an officer Saturday about a bad check.
Michelle A. Morgan, 39, of Tiffin, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at Wentz and West Market streets Thursday morning.
Leonel Rivera, 61, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to yield from a private drive or alley after an accident on South Sandusky Street Friday afternoon.
Kathy M. Butler, 55, of Malvern, was cited with improper lane change/marked lanes violation after an accident at West Perry and Jackson streets Saturday evening.
Tiffin firefighters were called to an alarm system that sounded due to malfunction at 401 Wall St. Friday night.
Bettsville fire and Bascom EMS were called to a report of a rock and straw pile smoking near 3630 N. CR 11 Saturday afternoon.
Tiffin firefighters were called to an alarm system activation at 600 N. River Road Saturday evening. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Friday afternoon, three squad runs Friday evening, two squad runs early Saturday morning, one squad run Saturday morning, two squad runs Saturday afternoon, four squad runs Saturday evening, one squad run Saturday night, one squad run early Sunday morning and one squad run Sunday morning. Bascom fire assisted Saturday night.
Bloomville EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Saturday evening.
New Riegel EMS and McCutchenville fire had a squad run Saturday evening.
Republic EMS and fire had a squad run Saturday night.
Green Springs EMS and fire had a squad run early Sunday morning.
Attica EMS, Attica-Venice-Reed fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Sunday afternoon.
Tiffin Municipal Court
Amanda J. Clifton, McCutchenville, Financial Responsibility Act suspension case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor for good cause shown, costs to state.
Connor L. Jump, Sycamore, pleaded no contest to not having physical control over vehicle violation, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, pay for/complete driver intervention program, $452.
James A. Schaade, Mansfield, theft case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion case; pleaded no contest to retaining stolen property violation, 180 days jail, 90 days suspended, eligible for early release, pay restitution, $591.
Tonia D. Dukes, Fremont, theft case dismissed.
Devontae M. Payne, Findlay, pleaded guilty to assault, 180 days jail, 150 days suspended, eligible for early release, $243.
Michael C. Anderson, Fremont, pleaded no contest to speed, two points, $137.