Daily log, May 14
Carolyn A. Lantz, 21, of Tiffin, was charged with criminal mischief Monday.
A first-block Kennat Boulevard caller reported identity theft and unauthorized charges on an account Monday afternoon.
A first-block Sycamore Street caller reported Monday night they were assaulted by a man whom they named.
A 100-block Nelson Street woman reported Monday night her cousin crawled through her front window and after she left, prescription medication was missing.
A first-block Fostoria Street man went to the station early Tuesday morning to report the theft of prescription pills.
A 100-block West Davis Street man reported Tuesday morning a $4,000 knife that he ordered from California was missing from its package when it arrived at his residence. He said the package had been ripped open.
A caller from Fifth Third Bank, 513 W. Market St., reported Tuesday morning a vehicle that went through the drive through sent a note to a teller that said “please send help.” The vehicle was located by police at Walmart. Police spoke on the phone with a woman, who said she was fine and was with her husband.
A caller from Rural King, 2300 W. Market St., reported the theft of tomato cages Tuesday morning.
A first-block West CR 592 man reported Monday afternoon someone broke into his barn and stole equipment.
A woman reported Monday afternoon she found purple pills along East TR 148.
A 1200-block West Axline Street caller requested to speak to a deputy Tuesday morning about the theft of medication.
A break-in was reported Tuesday morning in the 6000 block of South SR 100.
A man went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report a trailer that had been stolen from his father in Huron County was located in the 4000 block of East TR 38.
A man requested to speak to a deputy Tuesday afternoon about the theft of a welding machine from a field in the area of South CR 49 and East US 224.
A 400-block McDougal Street woman reported Monday afternoon she believed someone had been stealing gas from her vehicle.
A person went to the station Monday afternoon to report possible fraud.
A vehicle break-in was reported Monday afternoon in the 100 block of East Fourth Street.
A 400-block North Main Street man reported Monday evening he believed his upstairs neighbor was smoking marijuana. Police could detect an odor of marijuana, but no contraband was found. A man was arrested on a municipal court warrant.
A man in the 400 block of South Main Street reported early Tuesday morning men were waiting outside to beat him up. Police escorted the man out to his vehicle.
A 500-block North Main Street caller reported Tuesday morning a vehicle was broken into and wedding rings were taken.
A 700-block South Main Street man reported Tuesday afternoon someone broke into his vehicle and stole a phone charger.
A man reported Tuesday afternoon he located his stolen bicycle in the 900 block of South Main Street.
Travis D. Boyd, 21, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and a stop sign violation following a two-vehicle accident Friday evening at CR 38 and SR 53. The other driver, Nevada E. Smith, 43, of Tiffin, was transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Boyd refused treatment at the scene.
David J. Weiker, 53, of Fostoria, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and a turn signal violation early Monday morning.
A single-vehicle, non-injury accident was reported Monday afternoon at CR 50 and CR 13.
Michael Culpepper, 41, of Tiffin, was cited with left of center following a two-vehicle accident Tuesday morning at SR 101 and TR 122. The other driver, Timothy Blott II, 30, of Tiffin, was transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital with minor injuries. Deputy Denny Wilkinson of the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said Culpepper had fallen asleep behind the wheel and went left of center on SR 101, colliding with Blott’s oncoming vehicle.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 182 St. Francis Ave. Monday afternoon for an unintentional smoke detector activation.
Clinton firefighters were called to an accident Monday afternoon at CR 50 and CR 13.
Attica-Venice-Reed fire, Republic fire, Bellevue fire and Attica EMS were called to the report of a barn fire early Tuesday morning at SR 4 and TR 122. AVR Fire District Chief Brett Meyers said a vehicle inside a lean-to that was attached to the barn had caught fire. No structural damage was reported, but damage to the truck was estimated around $10,000.
Tiffin EMS had four squad runs Monday evening, one squad run Monday night and four squad runs Tuesday morning.
Clinton fire and Tiffin EMS had a squad run Monday night.
McCutchenville fire and New Riegel EMS had a squad run Monday night.
Republic EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.