Daily log, June 30
Morgan L. Harshman, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with theft and possession of dangerous drugs Friday.
Nicollette M. Flanagan, 22, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Friday evening.
A person reported Saturday evening a bicycle was stolen from Hedges-Boyer Park, 491 Coe St.
A man in the 600 block of Sandusky Street reported Friday afternoon he stored his motorcycle at a friend’s house and it was gone.
A person reported Friday evening a bicycle was stolen from Fostoria Municipal Swimming Pool, 524 River St.
A person reported Friday evening high school students were drinking and smoking marijuana in the 100 block of Bradner Street.
A man reported Friday evening his missing child was seen in the 600 block of Maple Street. A youth allegedly fled out a back door. A youth was taken into custody.
Marijuana was located during a traffic stop in the 600 block of Buckley Street Friday evening.
A woman reported Friday evening she lives at Independence House, 1000 Independence Road, was being held against her will and was being physically abused. There were no signs of abuse and no complaints were made to the officer at the scene, the report states.
Charges were to be filed after a clear bag containing a white powder was located during a traffic stop at East Jones and State streets early Saturday morning.
A 400-block Stadium Drive woman reported Saturday afternoon someone broke into her house.
A 1000-block Peeler Drive man reported Saturday evening his apartment had been broken into.
A 100-block East Clark Street woman reported Saturday night her brother-in-law broke out a window in the house.
A controlled substance was found in a vehicle during a traffic stop at Columbus Avenue and East South Street early Sunday morning. It was to be sent for testing.
Charges were pending after a person reported an altercation in the 1000 block of Woodrow Wilson Drive early Sunday morning. Everyone refused medical treatment.
Dolores M. Ragle, 77, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to control after an accident on South Sandusky Street Friday night. She was taken by Tiffin EMS to Mercy Tiffin Hospital.
Mackenzie Q. Brown, 18, of Bloomville, was cited with failure to control after an accident on West Tiffin Street June 20.
Kayla M. Kirchner, 16, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to control after an accident on TR 169 June 21.
Timothy S. Jeffcoat, 31, of Tennessee, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and assured clear distance after an accident on North Main Street Saturday evening.
A vehicle was in the ditch on East US 224 Saturday evening.
State Patrol accidents
A two-vehicle, non-injury accident was reported on South SR 231 Saturday afternoon.
A woman who had a seizure drove her vehicle into a field on South CR 35 Sunday afternoon.
Debra J. Brown, 27, of Fostoria, was cited with backing without due regard after an accident on North Union Street June 17.
Frank D. Heckman, 40, of Fostoria, was cited with failure to yield right-of-way at an unmarked intersection after an accident at South Poplar and East Lytle streets June 21.
A person reported Friday afternoon a semi struck the underpass at Mid-Block and West Lytle Street.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to an alarm system activation at 182 St. Francis Ave. Friday evening. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a cooking fire at 270 S. Washington St. early Saturday morning. It was confined to the container.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a carbon monoxide detector activation at 189 2nd Ave. Saturday morning. There was no carbon dioxide.
Old Fort fire and Tiffin EMS responded to a smoke alarm on North SR 53 Sunday morning.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Friday evening, two squad runs Friday night, one squad run Saturday morning, two squad runs Saturday afternoon, one squad run Saturday evening, one squad run Saturday night, one squad run early Sunday morning and two squad runs Sunday morning.
Attica EMS and Attica-Venice-Reed fire had a squad run Saturday night.
Green Springs EMS and fire had a squad run early Sunday morning.
Attica EMS, Attica-Venice-Reed fire and the Echo unit responded to South CR 35 to assist a woman who had a seizure and drove her vehicle into a field Sunday afternoon. The driver was taken to Mercy Willard Hospital.