Daily log, June 21
A caller from Shake Shak, 179 N. Washington St., reported receiving a fake $20 bill Thursday afternoon.
Joshua L. Heyman, 34, of Tiffin, was charged with receiving stolen property Thursday afternoon.
A first-block Grace Street man reported Thursday evening an Xbox was missing from his residence.
A person reported finding a needle in a 100-block Third Avenue yard Thursday evening. It was disposed of by police.
A person reported Thursday night a man was passed out in the 200 block of Clay Street and he wouldn’t wake up. The man was released to a sober adult.
Jacob W. Laux, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with possession of marijuana paraphernalia and drug possession/abuse early Friday morning.
A 100-block East Perry Street person reported Friday morning medication had been stolen.
A caller reported Thursday night a child was hit by a vehicle at Hedges-Boyer Park, 491 Coe St. Officer Jake DeMonte of the Tiffin Police Department said the bicyclist, Jeffrey T. Warnick, 18, of Republic, was cited with attaching a bicycle to a vehicle. He was not transported from the scene.
Salvatore M. Miccichi, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident June 13.
A 12000-block West CR 25 caller reported a theft of a go-cart Thursday evening.
A 2000-block South SR 100 woman reported Thursday night her boyfriend hit her across the face and fled in a semi-truck on US 224. The boyfriend told a dispatcher he was taking a load to Chicago and then would be returning home. The man was told he needed to stop on his route and go back, or an arrest warrant would be issued for assault and disorderly conduct.
Mackenzie Brown, 18, Bloomville, was cited with failure to control following a single-vehicle accident Friday morning in the 200 block of West Tiffin Street in Attica. Attica Police Chief Keith Turner said Brown had fallen asleep and struck a telephone pole, snapping it in two. Brown was not injured, Turner said. Turner said the street was closed for about an hour due to the accident.
A window was reported broken out of a 600-block Woodward Avenue residence Thursday afternoon.
A person in the 100 block of East Center Street reported Thursday evening a person who was watching their son had taped his mouth and nose shut for unknown reasons. Police spoke to everyone involved, and the complainant did not want to pursue charges.
A man reported Thursday evening he went to Marathon Gas, 202 N. Countyline St., to get root beer and he was pushed by another person. He didn’t know why that person pushed him.
A 500-block West Jackson Street man reported Thursday night someone had stolen wood from his yard.
A 1200-bock Beier Drive woman reported Thursday night someone stole a carton of cigarettes from her.
Joshua R. Banks, 26, of Fostoria, was charged with assault, theft and criminal damaging Thursday night. A 200-block Atha Avenue woman had reported her husband caught a kid breaking into her vehicle.
An injury accident was reported Friday morning at West Culbertson and North Countyline streets. A person was given a citation for failure to yield, having fictitious plates and driving under suspensions. No transports were made from the scene, a dispatcher said.
Annette Cramer, 18, of Tiffin was cited with failure to control following a two-vehicle accident Thursday evening at West SR 12 and West TR 84. The other driver, Monica Conner, 35, of Clyde, was transported to a hospital. Two children in Conner’s vehicle were treated at the scene.
Kansas fire, Bascom EMS and the Echo unit were called to an accident Thursday evening at SR 12 and TR 84.
AVR fire, Attica EMS and the Echo unit were called to an accident Friday morning on West Tiffin Street.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to 870 W. Market St. Friday morning for a false alarm.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Thursday afternoon and one squad run early Friday morning.
AVR fire, Attica EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday morning.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday afternoon.
Kansas fire and Fostoria EMS had a squad run Friday afternoon.
Tiffin Fostoria Municipal Court
Christopher L. Taylor, homeless, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to obstruction of justice, 90 days jail, not eligible for early release, court costs waived.