Daily log, April 29
Gary L. Lauthers, 62, of Tiffin, was charged with open container Wednesday.
Dustin G. Goebel, 22, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and violating an equipment regulation early Saturday morning.
A caller from Fifth Third Bank, 720 W. Market St., reported receiving two counterfeit $20 bills Monday morning.
An 11-year-old from Tiffin was charged with juvenile unruliness Monday morning.
Three syringes were located Sunday evening in the first block of Huss Street. They were collected to be disposed of by police.
Glenn Taulbee, 51, of Bloomville, was charged with possession of a danger drug Sunday evening.
Joshua D. Paul, 28, of Clyde, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana for an incident April 21. He also was cited with littering from a vehicle.
Harley J. Davidson, 41, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Friday.
Kelly L. Davidson, 31, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Friday.
A first-block Railroad Street man reported Monday morning his 10-year-old daughter received vulgar messages from a man on Facebook.
Bad checks were reported Monday morning at Great Scot Community Markets, 104 N. Broadway St.
A woman reported Sunday afternoon, when she went to feed her boss’ cats in the 500 block of West Jackson Street, she found four dead cats in the yard. She believed they had been poisoned.
A woman reported Sunday afternoon her husband was threatened by a man in a blue pick-up truck in the area of Perry and West Fremont streets. The man told the woman’s husband he had a gun and was going to shoot him. The pick-up truck was pulled over by police and the incident was found to be initiated by road rage.
Stephanie R. Picha, 19, of Columbia Station, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana Saturday.
David W. Ruse, 18, of Lagrange, was charged with possession of marijuana Saturday.
Michael A. Ruse, 23, of Elyria, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana Saturday. He also was cited with speed.
A private property ATV accident was reported Sunday afternoon in the 4000 block of West TR 90. Children were injured and taken by private vehicle to Mercy Tiffin Hospital, according to Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports. A dispatcher at the sheriff’s office said Monday evening further details about the accident were unavailable.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 154 S. Washington St. Saturday night for a cooking fire that was confined to a container.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 300 Melmore St. Sunday afternoon for an unintentional alarm system activation.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 545 W. Market St. Sunday afternoon for an unintentional smoke detector activation.
Old Fort firefighters were called to CR 51 Sunday afternoon for a smoldering fire in a porch pillar.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Saturday morning, two squad runs Saturday afternoon, one squad run Saturday evening, one squad run Saturday night and one squad run Sunday morning. Ambulances also were needed once Sunday afternoon, once Sunday evening, once Sunday night, once early Monday morning and once Monday morning.