Daily log, June 19
A bicycle theft was reported Tuesday afternoon in the 100 block of South Washington Street.
A caller from Mercy Tiffin Hospital reported a fight with a patient Tuesday afternoon. The man was gone upon police officers’ arrival.
A 100-block West Market Street woman reported Tuesday evening her purse was stolen from her porch.
A first-block Walker Street woman reported Wednesday afternoon her pain medication was stolen last Saturday.
A 500-block East SR 18 woman reported Tuesday evening she confiscated air soft guns from boys who were shooting them at a cat.
A 100-block North Seneca Street woman reported early Wednesday morning four boys were running around and throwing people’s trash all over yards. The boys were located and their parents were contacted.
A 1000-block North US 23 man reported Wednesday merchandise he purchased might have be stolen.
A man was arrested after a 500 block North Poplar Street woman reported Tuesday afternoon two people were in her driveway who were not supposed to be on her property. A caller from that address later reported a man was in the house and they weren’t sure how he got in.
A large fight was reported Tuesday night in the 700 block of South Main Street. According to the report, girls had been fighting about Facebook posts. There was
no sign of anything physical when officers arrived.
A 400-block West Lytle Street man reported Wednesday morning a wild turkey tried to attack him. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources was contacted to deal with the turkey.
A caller reported Wednesday morning an intoxicated man was lying on a porch in the 1000 block of Leonard Court. A person was issued a citation for public intoxication.
A 100-block Taft Boulevard man reported Wednesday morning his tablet and charger were stolen.
Todd A. Betts, 19, of Fostoria, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and an equipment regulation violation Friday.
Jacob A. Workman, 23, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia Friday.
Old Fort fire was called to North SR 53 Tuesday afternoon for a cable line laying in the roadway.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to 4 Grand Ave. Tuesday night for arcing electrical equipment.
Clinton firefighters were called to TR 165 Tuesday night for a carbon monoxide alarm activation.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to Spayth and Melmore streets Wednesday morning for a vehicle fire.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to 194 Main St. Wednesday morning for a citizen complaint.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad runs Tuesday afternoon, one squad run Tuesday evening and one squad run Tuesday night.
Clinton fire and Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Tuesday night.
NBS fire and New Riegel EMS had a squad run early Wednesday morning.
Kansas fire and Fostoria EMS had a squad run Wednesday morning.
Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court Appearances
Richard A. McIntyre Sr., 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, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, one year non-reporting community control, pay for/complete driver intervention program, restricted driving privileges, six points, $633; pleaded no contest to traffic lanes violation, $35.
Michele L. Jones, Port Clinton, contempt case dismissed because court finds that the debtor’s exam is completed and the contempt is satisfied, costs to defendant, $45.
Bobby C. Moore, 1521 N. Countyline, Lot. 107, Fostoria, assault case dismissed.
Michael D. Martin, 341 E. Market St., Apt. B, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, $247.
Seneca County Probate Court
Viola L. Burkhart, Fostoria