Daily log, May 7
A bicycle was reported stolen Monday afternoon from the first block of Noble Street.
A 200-block Third Avenue caller reported Monday evening a CD case and change were taken from a vehicle.
A caller requested to speak to an officer Monday night about fraudulent Facebook photos.
A caller reported Monday night people at a residence in the 100 block of Fourth Avenue were watching pornographic videos with their curtains open. The residents were advised to close their windows and curtains while watching pornography.
A first-block Carl Street caller reported Monday night a man was walking down an alley holding two long guns. Police checked the area and found everything appeared to be OK.
An officer was requested Tuesday morning at Washington Elementary School, 51 Elmer St., in reference to a student bringing a taser to school. The stun gun was taken by police and was to be returned to the child’s parent.
A first-block St. Clair Street person went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report the theft of a pellet gun.
A man went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report someone broke into his 100-block Jefferson Street apartment and stole a game console.
A theft was reported Monday afternoon in the 100 block of West Perry Street.
A 2000-block South CR 17 man reported damage to a metal barn Monday afternoon.
A man went to the station Monday evening to report furniture that he had contracted to be moved to Florida may have been stolen by a subcontractor.
A 6000-block South SR 100 man reported Monday night items, including a TV, DVD player and a video game console, were stolen from his residence.
Rebecca M. Cummings, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with selling to an underage person for an incident April 11.
Jeff B. Dahms, 43, of Fostoria, was charged with assault, unlawful restraint and possession of a dangerous drug Friday.
A 1500-block North Countyline Street woman reported Monday evening juveniles were throwing things on top of her trailer. One boy was throwing rocks at her windows.
A caller reported Monday evening a 2-year-old fell out of a window in the 200 block of East Crocker Street. The child was not injured.
A 200-block West Lytle Street man reported Monday evening his house was broken into. Items were taken.
A caller reported Monday evening people in a pickup truck picked up a girl and put her in a car. A caller also said seven people were involved in a physical altercation and a female was lying on the ground. According to the report, the incident was an ongoing issue between two juveniles.
A 600-block Park Avenue man reported Monday night someone was trying to get into his house. Eric M. Sanchez, 20, of Fostoria, was charged with criminal trespass.
A man went to the station Tuesday morning to speak to an officer because someone had been accusing him of child molestation.
A person went to the station Tuesday morning to speak to an officer regarding a situation. The reports indicate the situation was a sexual assault. A message seeking more information was left Tuesday for Capt. Patrick Brooks of the Fostoria Police Department.
A woman went to the station Tuesday afternoon to report her ex-fianc damaged her property.
A 100-block East Jones Street woman reported Tuesday afternoon her residence was broken into and items were taken.
Kevin T. Kruse, 22, of Toledo, was cited with a truck route violation following an accident Monday morning at the North Washington Street viaduct.
Tiffin EMS had four squad runs Monday afternoon, one squad run Monday evening and two squad runs early Tuesday morning.