Daily log, Jan. 23
A person reported Tuesday afternoon windows on two vehicles were broken in a parking lot in the first block of St. Lawrence Drive.
A woman went to the station Tuesday evening to report someone attempted to open a bank account in her deceased father’s name.
A first-block Braden Court caller reported Tuesday night he found a broken window.
Lucas A. Thompson, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption early Wednesday morning.
Andrew S. Hazelton, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption early Wednesday morning.
A 100-block Melmore Street man reported Wednesday afternoon someone opened an account in his name.
A garage in the first block of Braden Court was reported entered Wednesday afternoon. Items were missing.
A 6000-block South CR 47 woman requested to speak to a deputy Tuesday evening about photos on her daughter’s phone that shouldn’t be there.
An 11000-block East CR 36 man reported Wednesday morning medication was stolen while he was in the hospital.
A 900-block Buckley Street woman reported Monday morning she and other family members received more than 400 hang-up calls in the last few days. The report was turned over to the detective bureau.
Charges of possession of cocaine and prostitution are pending against a woman following a traffic stop Sunday night in the area of North Poplar and Sandusky streets. Capt. Patrick Brooks of the Fostoria Police Department said the incident is under investigation and further details were unavailable.
A shoplifting incident was reported Tuesday afternoon at Dollar General, 166 E. Lytle St.
A 200-block Potter Street man reported Tuesday afternoon his food stamp card was stolen and used.
A 100-block West Jones Street woman reported Tuesday night her 17-year-old son was on house arrest but was not at the residence. He was not located, according to the report.
A person in the 500 block of South Main Street reported Wednesday morning tools had been stolen from vehicles that belonged to CSX.
A 200-block Jeanette Drive man reported Wednesday morning his snow blower was stolen Monday.
Chelsea R. Garza, 23, of Port Clinton, was cited with failure to yield from a drive following an accident Tuesday morning on Franklin Street.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 355 Miami St. Tuesday afternoon for an unintentional smoke detector activation.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 166 Riverside Drive Tuesday evening for a cooking fire confined to a container.
Attica-Venice-Reed firefighters were called to East US 224 Wednesday morning for a possible gas leak.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Tuesday afternoon, two squad runs Tuesday evening and two squad runs Wednesday morning.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Republic fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Tuesday evening.
NBS fire and New Riegel EMS had a squad run early Wednesday morning.
Bellevue EMS had a squad run early Wednesday morning.
NBS fire, New Riegel EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday morning.
Fostoria Municipal Court
Brenda Hunter, 1202 Jefferson Drive, pleaded no contest to dilapidated structure violation, $206; high weeds violation case dismissed, costs to defendant, $39; pleaded no contest to disrepair of structure violation, $89.
Dan Hunter, 1202 Jefferson Drive, pleaded no contest to dilapidated structure violation, $202; high weeds violation case dismissed, costs to defendant, $38; pleaded no contest to disrepair of structure violation, $89.
Clarence Thomas, 852 Lynn St., contempt case dismissed, court finds the contempt charge is satisfied, costs to defendant, $56.
Erica R. Blaser, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $135.
Dana M. Ward, 634 Columbus Ave., pleaded no contest to dog at large charge, $185.
Isaiah N. Tucker, 820 Davoli St., pleaded guilty to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $395; pleaded guilty to expired tag violation, $68.
Nakila Q. Cheeks, 219 Hayes St., pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, $635; pleaded no contest to no tail light violation, $68.