Daily log, March 9
A 14-year-old Tiffin juvenile was charged Thursday with theft.
A 200-block Sixth Avenue caller reported Friday afternoon a semi truck drove through his yard and did damage.
A caller in the 100 block of Minerva Street reported Friday his car had been stolen. According to the report, someone later said he had driven the car that morning and forgot to drive it home after making a stop.
A gasoline drive-off was reported Friday evening in the 200 block of North Sandusky Street. According to the report, a video review showed no gas had been pumped.
A 300-block Water Street caller reported Friday being scammed out of $129.
Myranda Endicott, 18, of Burgoon, was charged Friday night with theft.
A caller in the first block of Wentz Street requested to speak to an officer early Saturday morning about underage pornography she found on her husband’s iPad. According to the report, additional computers were turned over to police.
A person was at the station Saturday morning to reported being harassed and pushed at work by a fellow employee.
A first-block Erie Street caller requested to speak to an officer Saturday afternoon about drug activity.
An apartment manager in the 500 block of East SR18 reported Friday afternoon a marijuana smell was coming from two apartments.
A caller in the 5000 block of West SR 18 reported Friday evening her dog was stolen from her yard, and she found it posted for sale on Facebook.
Subjects were at the station early Saturday morning to report they believed they were scammed in the purchase of a car.
A person was transported to the emergency room Friday afternoon after a caller reported a male subject was lying in the roadway.
A female subject reported a case of road rage Friday evening after a male subject reportedly threatened her at South Main and East Crocker.
A caller reported Saturday morning her daughter took her vehicle and left after bringing her to Fostoria Community Hospital, 501 Van Buren.
A driver was cited for assured clear distance ahead after an accident Saturday morning at West SR 18 and Veterans Memorial Parkway.
A semi was reported in the ditch Friday evening in the 6000 block of N. CR 33.
A 600-block W. Tiffin caller reported Friday evening his vehicle had been struck by another vehicle.
A two-vehicle accident with possible injuries occurred Saturday afternoon at South SR 67 and East TR 8. Details were not available Saturday evening from the State Highway Patrol.
Firefighters were called out Friday afternoon to 108 Elm Ave. for an alarm system activation due to malfunction.
Firefighters were called out late Friday evening to 360 Water St. for unauthorized burning.
Firefighters were called out Friday night to North Sandusky Street for a natural gas leak.
Firefighters were called out late Saturday morning to 258 Ella St. for an authorized controlled burning.
- Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Friday afternoon and two early Saturday morning.
Dennis D. Murphy, 275 S. Monroe St., Tiffin, operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, six-month license suspension, one year restricted plates, one year non-reporting community control, pay for/complete driver intervention program, approved for restricted driving privileges, $640; pleaded no contest to assured clear distance, $70.
Jayme B. Hecker, Bucyrus, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $247; pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $187.