Daily log, Feb. 16
Matthew Keckler, 29, of Tiffin, was charged Feb. 13 with domestic violence.
A first-block Hall Street caller reported Friday evening receiving a threatening letter in the mail.
A 600-block South Sandusky Street caller reported Friday evening a dog attacked her daughter.
A caller in the 200 block of Jefferson Street reported early Saturday morning a window was broken out of a vehicle.
A caller at Jefferson and Main streets reported Saturday morning a window was broken out of a vehicle.
A caller reported Saturday morning a man and a woman were in a car arguing. According to the report, the male subject got out of the car and threw something, possibly a knife, into the river. The woman also reportedly got out of the car. The couple then got back into the vehicle and left the area.
A caller from Ace Hardware, 1550 W. Market St., reported Saturday morning three ratchets were stolen from the store Friday, and the incident was on video.
A caller in the 7000 block of North CR 51 reported Friday night underage drinking was occurring at the Old Fort basketball game.
A caller in the 5000 block of West SR 18 reported Saturday someone drained oil from a vehicle and keyed it.
A 15,000-block East TR 122 caller reported Saturday morning a load of wood was stolen from a truck.
A caller in the 1100 block of West Tiffin Street reported Friday evening a vehicle had been stolen. According to the report, the vehicle was later recovered.
A caller from Fruth & Company, 601 Parkway Drive, reported Saturday morning something was burning.
A 900-block Leonard Street caller reported Saturday afternoon her neighbor pulled down his pants and flashed her.
A non-injury accident was reported Friday afternoon at West Perry and South Sandusky streets. A citation was issued for improper lane change.
A caller reported early Saturday morning a vehicle slid off the road at South CR 7 and US 224.
A 400-block West Lytle caller reported Friday evening someone backed into her vehicle.
A 300-block Court Place caller reported Friday evening her vehicle and another vehicle swiped each other. A citation was issued.
A person reported Saturday morning a vehicle was wrecked at Gerlock Drive and Rock Street. According to the report, citations were issued for driving under suspension, failure to control, and failure to reinstate.
Tiffin firefighters were called out Friday afternoon to 115 Ann Street for a report of a natural gas leak.
Tiffin EMS crews were called out twice Friday afternoon, twice Friday evening, once Friday night, once early Saturday morning and twice late Saturday morning.
William E. King, 448 1/2 College Ave., Fostoria, pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $1,053; pleaded no contest to failure to reinstate license, $950; pleaded no contest to railroad crossing violation, $100.
Angela D. Smith, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to speed, $211.
Douglas L. Powell, 425 W. Ridge Dr., Apt. 16, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, two points, $454.
Matthew R. Ridenour, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to failure to reinstate license, $597.
Jennifer D. Fox, 211 Hall St., Tiffin, pleaded no contest to misuse of 911, $113.
Paul J. Schaade II, 24 Penn St., Tiffin, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $247.
Philip G. Vivine, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $197.
Justin A. Matthews, 212 E. Perry St., Apt. 2, Tiffin, preliminary waiver on burglary charge, case bound over to Common Pleas Court.
David J. Kessler, 686 S. Sandusky St., Lot 113, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to domestic violence, 180 days jail, 179 days suspended, permanent weapons disability, no adverse contact with victim, domestic violence counseling, $607.
Megan A. Mizen, 55 Madison St., Tiffin, pleaded guilty to no operator’s license, $599; pleaded no contest to traffic control light violation, $70.
Jose Ordaz-Rioz, Clyde, pleaded guilty to no operator’s license, $132.
Leigha R. Lacy, Willard, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, 180 days jail, 120 days suspended, eligible for early release based upon participation in program offered by Seneca County Sheriff’s office, $499; pleaded no contest to failure to control, $75.
Troy A. Mahon, 621 N. Union St., Fostoria, preliminary waiver on domestic violence charge, bond reduced, bound over to Seneca County Common Pleas Court.
Tensha L. Anderson, Findlay, pleaded no contest to speed, $213.
Amanda M. Oerlin, Oak Harbor, pleaded no contest to speed, $217.
Ronnie M. Williams, 625 1/2 Maple St., Fostoria, pleaded no contest to failure to reinstate license, $849; pleaded no contest to speed, $63.