Daily log, June 6
A 300-block South Monroe Street woman reported Wednesday evening a man went to her residence that morning and asked for money.
A 200-block West Perry Street woman reported Wednesday evening prescription medication was missing from her home.
A first-block Hall Street woman reported Wednesday night a man was attempting to get into her residence. The man said he had an emergency and needed to call 911. In the 100 block of Hall Street, a person reported a man went to their residence and said he needed money because his father had a heart attack. Other Hall Street residents also reported the man went to their homes. Police were unable to locate the man in the area.
An employee of McDonald’s, 1714 W. Market St., turned over a counterfeit $10 bill early Thursday morning. The employee didn’t know where the bill came from.
A syringe was located Thursday morning in the first block of Melmore Street. It was disposed of by police.
A person in the 300 block of South Monroe Street requested to speak to an officer Thursday afternoon about a theft.
A 300-block Water Street man reported Thursday afternoon he returned home to find his door standing open. Nothing was damaged or missing.
A theft was reported Thursday afternoon in the 400 block of North Broadway Street.
Anthony M. Thompson, 18, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of marijuana Saturday.
A 200-block East Sixth Street woman requested to speak to an officer Wednesday evening about a person trying to con her out of money.
A 500-block West Fremont Street woman reported early Thursday morning she caught three kids
going through her vehicle. They then fled on foot.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Wednesday afternoon and two squad runs Wednesday evening.
Bloomville fire and EMS had a squad run Thursday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS had a squad run Thursday morning.
Sycamore fire and Tiffin EMS had a squad run Thursday afternoon.