Daily log, Jan. 5

Tiffin reports

A caller from Label Shopper, 870 W. Market St., reported a shoplifter Friday afternoon.

A caller in the 200 block of West Market Street reported Friday afternoon a GPS was taken from a vehicle.

A 100-block Henry Street caller reported Friday evening someone was going through his trash.

A caller from the emergency room at Mercy Tiffin Hospital, 45 St. Lawrence Dr., reported Saturday morning a woman being treated at the ER left the facility with an IV in her arm.

Deven Huber, 28, of Fostoria, was charged Saturday with operating a vehicle while under the influence and failure to obey a traffic control device.

County report

A caller in the 2000 block of West TR 170 reported Friday afternoon her neighbors let her animals loose.

Fostoria reports

A woman reported Friday evening her purse was stolen while she was at Great Scot Supermarket, 560 Plaza Dr.

A 200-block East Lytle caller reported Friday evening a tire on a van had been cut.

A person was at a station Saturday morning to report he found a little boy, approximately three years old, in front of his house. According to the report, the child wasn’t wearing socks, gloves or a hat, and charges were pending.

Tiffin accidents

David Ellis, 49, of Arlington, was cited with failure to control after an accident Thursday.

Mary Jo Hensinger, 82, of Tiffin, was cited with improper back/start after an accident Friday.

A car reportedly struck a stop sign Saturday morning in the 100 block of Heritage Drive.

County accidents

A car was reported in the ditch Friday afternoon in the first block of North SR 587.

A car was reported in the ditch Friday evening at East CR 44 and North TR 169.

A semi was reported in the ditch Friday evening at North CR 11 and West CR 38.

Fostoria accident

A non-injury accident occurred Friday evening at South Union Street and West South Street.

State Patrol

A driver was transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital Saturday after an accident at CR 5 and CR 592. According to a spokesperson from the State Highway Patrol, a mini-van was the only vehicle involved, and was on its side after the accident.


The Echo 1 unit, New Riegel EMS, and NBS fire made a squad run Friday evening.

Attica EMS and AVR fire responded to a squad run early Saturday morning.

Green Springs EMS and fire made a squad run Saturday morning.