Daily log, Jan. 6
Scott C. Johnson, 25, of McCutchenville, was charged with operating a vehicle while under the influence Friday evening.
A gasoline drive-off of $50.99 was reported at Kroger, 790 W. Market St., Saturday evening.
A 100-block Melmore Street man reported Saturday evening he believed his stepson stole a couple hundred pounds of brass from his basement. It was under investigation.
A person reported early Sunday morning a group of people in front of Stiney’s Three Oaks Tavern, 255 Second Ave., was waiting to fight with people inside. A group left, and one mentioned coming back with a gun possibly, according to a report.
A man reported Sunday afternoon someone cut the wiring harness of his truck, which was parked in the 200 block of Wall Street.
A person reported Sunday morning Republic’s car wash, 102 N. Kilbourne St., was broken into.
A 500-block David Street man reported Sunday morning his house was broken into.
A person reported Sunday morning Buckeye Trailers, 2620 N. SR 18, was broken into.
A 700-block Glenwood Avenue woman reported Saturday evening she returned home and found her back door kicked open. There was no sign of forced entry.
Lynn M. Frederick, 31, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to control after an accident on Huss Street Friday afternoon.
Jamie L. Keegan, 24, of Clyde, was cited with improper back/start after an accident on Sycamore Street Saturday evening.
An accident was reported at East New Haven and Jefferson streets early Sunday morning.
State Patrol accident
A single-vehicle accident was reported at West CR 592 and North CR 5 Saturday evening.
Lauren N. Spence, 17, of Fostoria, was cited with assured clear distance ahead, a juvenile traffic offense, after an accident at North Countyline Street and Union Court Tuesday morning.
Melvin W. Schreiner, 81, of Fostoria, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at North Countyline Street and Jones Road Thursday afternoon.
Tiffin firefighters responded to smoke or odor removal at 51 E. Market St. Friday afternoon.
Attica-Venice-Reed fire and Attica EMS responded to a report of fire on railroad tracks near South SR 4 and East CR 8 Saturday night. There was no fire.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Friday afternoon, one squad run Friday evening, one squad run early Saturday morning, one squad run Saturday morning, one squad run Saturday afternoon, one squad run Saturday evening and one squad run Saturday night. Clinton fire assisted Saturday night.
Bascom EMS and fire and the Echo unit responded to a single-vehicle accident at CR 592 and CR 5 Saturday afternoon.
Bloomville EMS and fire had a squad run Saturday night and responded to an accident at East New Haven and Jefferson streets early Sunday morning.
Bascom EMS and fire had a squad run Saturday night.