Daily log, June 27
A woman went to the station Wednesday afternoon to speak to an officer in reference to a juvenile investigation. Sgt. Bryan Bryant of the Tiffin Police Department said the woman had reported sexual conduct between two juveniles. The incident is under investigation.
A caller reported a parent was ejected from a baseball field at Hedges-Boyer Park, 491 Coe St., after they threatened an umpire. The parent was gone upon an officer’s arrival.
Kevin A. Dyer, 33, of Tiffin, was charged with open container in a motor vehicle Wednesday night.
A person flagged down an officer early Thursday morning to report a man with a flashlight was looking into vehicles. Police were unable to locate the man.
A 100-block Lawndale Drive caller reported Thursday afternoon a mailbox was smashed in with a hammer Tuesday night.
A man in the 2000 block of South TR 119 reported Wednesday evening his girlfriend took off in a car with him half in and half out, and it rolled him across the driveway.
A first-block West Eden Street caller reported Wednesday night their mother-in-law was attempting to break into the residence. A man and woman were warned for trespassing.
A 5000 block West SR 635 caller reported Wednesday night a neighbor came to their residence with a machete and was cussing and screaming that he was going to decapitate a dog. The caller said the man was swinging the machete. When deputies arrived, the man did not have a weapon and was cooperative Brian L. Cook, 47, of Kansas, was arrested and charged with aggravated menacing and disorderly conduct.
Tyrell L. Carpenter, 29, of Toledo, was charged with open container Wednesday.
A 500-block West Center Street woman reported Wednesday afternoon she believed she had been scammed by people selling magazines.
A woman requested to speak to an officer Wednesday evening about a man who started touching her as she was talking to him in the 500 block of Columbus Avenue.
A domestic disturbance was reported Wednesday night in the 1200 block of Beier Drive. A man had allegedly hit a woman with a pan and was throwing dishes at her. The woman had no signs of injury and she left the residence for the night.
A 1200-block Sandusky Street woman reported Wednesday night she was being stalked and harassed by a man.
A swimming pool pump was reported stolen from a 400 block Stadium Drive residence Thursday morning.
A caller reported Thursday morning a 4 year-old boy was walking down the street by himself in the area of South Town and East Center streets. The child was taken to the police station and children’s services was contacted. The father, who was contacted through a text message, told police he would be en route on a bicycle.
Juveniles reported Thursday afternoon four other juveniles stole a bicycle and it was at YMCA, 154 W. Center St.
A driver was transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital after a two-vehicle accident Wednesday evening in the 200 block of North Sandusky Street. A person was cited with failure to yield from a private drive.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to 77 Greenfield St. Wednesday evening for a smoke detector activation due to a malfunction.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Wednesday evening and two squad runs Thursday morning.
Clinton fire and Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had a squad run Wednesday evening.
Green Springs fire and Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had a squad run early Thursday morning.
Brian L. Sensabaugh, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to domestic violence, 180 days jail, 150 days suspended, domestic violence counseling, random drug testing, $526.
Jeremy J. Carr, 1206 Woodrow Wilson Drive, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension, $605.
Corey M. Minter, 400 N. Main St., Apt. 16, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to speed, $174.
Michael E. Myers, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to fictitious plates, $197.
Bret K. Medley, Findlay, pleaded guilty to speed, $211.
Amber N. Kirian, 800 Woodward Ave., Lot 34, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to registration violation, $147.
Tyanne Showalter, 528 Gormley St., Fostoria, two operating vehicle impaired/under influence cases dismissed due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired, 180 days jail, 90 days suspended, three-year license suspension, ignition interlock, SCRAM CAM, restricted plates, no immobilization, counseling, six points, $1,004; pleaded no contest to failure to reinstate license, $950; pleaded no contest to seat belt violation, $30.
Shannon Robinson, Toledo, contempt case dismissed, court orders that the debtor’s exam is complete and the contempt is hereby satisfied, costs to state.
Zachary A. Graham, New Carlisle, 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, restricted driving privileges, pay for/complete driver intervention program, six points, $797; pleaded no contest to traffic lanes violation, $35.
Brett W. Mingus, Bellevue, unauthorized use of motor vehicle case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor for good cause shown; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 365 days jail, 335 days suspended, three-year license suspension, three years intensive community control, one year ignition interlock and SCRAM, three years restricted plates, restricted driving privileges, alcohol/drug addiction assessment, alcohol restrictions, six points, $1,351; pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, 180 days jail, 150 days suspended, three years intensive community control, $260; pleaded no contest to seat belt violation, $30; pleaded no contest to failure to control, $150.
John A. Parrott Jr., 76 St. Clair St., Tiffin, pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $147.
Angela Moore, Tiffin, pleaded guilty to failure to reinstate license, two points, $755.
Michael D. Culpepper, 207 6th Ave., Tiffin, pleaded guilty to traffic lanes violation, $247.
Kristina M. Henry, Fremont, pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, two points, $182.
Michael J. Bouillon, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 170 days suspended, one-year license suspension, counseling, SCRAM CAM, restricted plates, prohibited from ingesting alcoholic beverages or medication containing alcohol unless prescribed by physician, prohibited from entering establishment where alcohol is sold unless food is primary business, $750; pleaded guilty to left of center violation, $50; pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $30.