Daily log, June 1
Jennifer Fox, 63, of Tiffin, was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Justin Sams, 20, of Tiffin, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.
A caller in the 400 block of North Washington Street reported Friday evening a person was stuck in the upstairs room of a house.
A menacing complaint was made Friday night in the 400 block of Coe Street.
A man was at the station Saturday morning regarding his son having a bruise.
Brandon Kinn, 23, of Tiffin, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.
Kory Conley, 26, of Tiffin, was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence and a speed violation Saturday.
A caller in the 8000 block of West SR 18 reported Friday afternoon license plates were stolen from her vehicle.
A caller in the 12000 block of West Axline requested to speak to an officer Friday afternoon about the theft of a lawnmower.
Property damage, including a broken window, was reported Friday evening in the first block of North SR 587.
A person was reportedly injured Friday night in the 15000 block of East TR 12. According to the report, the person refused treatment.
A caller in the 11000 block of West TR 35 reported Saturday a mailbox was missing.
A 4000-block caller reported Saturday someone had been driving through his property and tearing it up.
The Department of Job and Family Services requested assistance Friday afternoon in the 1200 block of Peeler Drive. According to the report, an investigation was pending.
A 300-block North Town caller reported Friday afternoon her car was entered and a debit card and money were taken.
A caller from Kroger, 126 West High, reported Friday afternoon a man touched a juvenile in the restroom. According to the report, the mother didn’t wish to press charges.
A caller in the 800 block of North Union reported Friday afternoon his apartment was entered and items were missing.
A man reported Friday night a window was broken out of his vehicle while he was at the Reservoir.
A caller in the 2500 block of Courtly Drive reported early Saturday morning someone was knocking on the door and trying to enter the home.
A person was at the station Saturday morning to report stolen checks. The incident was under investigation.
A vendor was at the station Saturday morning to report having problems with a someone at Mi Tequilas, 1659 N. Countyline.
A caller in the 300 block of West North Street reported Saturday morning a shed was broken into and items were taken.
A caller in the 300 block of East Perry Street reported Friday evening a truck with a trailer took out a crossing gate and continued out of town.
An accident occurred Friday evening at Front and Third streets.
An accident was reported Friday evening in the 800 block of North Union. A driver was cited with assured clear distance ahead.
A two-vehicle accident was reported Friday night in Attica. Attica EMS and fire responded to the scene. At least one person was transported, according to a spokesperson for the sheriff’s office.
An accident was reported Friday night in the first block of Lemmon Street. A citation was issued for assured clear distance ahead.
A driver was cited with improper backing after an accident early Saturday morning in the first block of South Main Street.
An accident was reported Friday night in the 6000 block of West CR 592. An Ohio State Patrol spokesperson said details were not available Saturday afternoon. According to a spokesperson for the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office, two Bascom squads and Bascom fire responded to the scene, and three people were transported.
A single-vehicle accident occurred early Saturday morning at CR 15 and SR 101. According to the sheriff’s office, Clinton fire and Tiffin EMS responded to the scene, and a person refused treatment.
Tiffin EMS made a squad run Friday night.
Green Springs EMS and fire and the Echo 1 unit made a squad run Saturday morning.
Attica fire provided mutual aid Friday evening for a house fire in New Washington.
A shed fire was reported Saturday morning at Paul Cole Motors, 1621 N. Countyline. A spokesperson for the Fostoria Fire Department said it was a minor incident.