Daily log, Jan. 4
Adam M. Lonsway, 30, of Tiffin, was charged with receiving stolen property for an incident Dec. 19.
A caller from Denny’s, 315 W. Market St., reported early Friday morning three intoxicated women ate and left without paying. According to the report, one person went back to the restaurant to pay.
Cory J. Sours, 28, of Tiffin, was charged with wrongful entrustment early Thursday morning.
A caller reported Friday afternoon her 13-year-old friend was assaulted by her mother’s boyfriend and they couldn’t get back into a first-block Franklin Street residence. A juvenile was taken to the youth center.
A 900-block Brace Avenue man reported Thursday evening he was being threatened by a man who was riding on a lawnmower.
A 500-block Burnham Drive man reported Thursday afternoon someone broke into his vehicle Sunday night. Items were taken.
A 200-block North Union Street man reported Friday morning someone broke into his rental property and stole copper pipes.
A caller from American Electric Power, 209 N. Wood St., reported spray paint on the building Friday morning.
A caller from Nye’s Trailer Park, 1521 N. Countyline St., reported Friday afternoon a juvenile was walking around asking for money for fire victims. According to the report, juveniles were playing with a phone and everything was OK.
A 100-block East Center Street woman reported Friday afternoon a credit card was stolen.
Fostoria firefighters were called to 1401 Van Buren St. Thursday morning. The call was canceled en route.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit were called to North Street Friday morning for a smoke alarm.
Fostoria EMS had one squad run early Thursday morning, five squad runs Thursday morning, two squad runs Thursday afternoon and one squad run Thursday night.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Thursday afternoon, one squad run Thursday evening and one squad run Thursday night. Ambulances also were needed once early Friday morning and twice Friday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS had two squad runs Thursday afternoon.
Clinton fire had a squad run Thursday evening.
Republic fire and EMS had squad run early Friday morning.