Daily log, Jan. 5
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.
A caller in the 2000 block of West TR 170 reported Friday afternoon her neighbors let her animals loose.
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.
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.
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.
A non-injury accident occurred Friday evening at South Union Street and West South Street.
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.