Daily Log, July 21
A person at Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, reported Saturday afternoon the theft of baby clothes.
A person from Sunoco, 210 N. Washington St., reported Sunday morning a person failed to pay for gasoline totaling $30.
A 200-block Wall Street woman reported Sunday morning the theft of solar bug lights.
A person from Kroger, 790 W. Market St., reported Sunday afternoon a person failed to pay for gasoline totaling $26.
A person requested a welfare check on a teenager Saturday evening. The person advised the teenager told friends she had been struck by her father with a car antenna.
A fight was reported in Republic’s park, 303 E. Jefferson St., early Sunday morning.
A 5000-block West SR 18 woman reported Sunday morning her vehicle had had entry attempted twice, and the door handles were damaged both times.
An 8000-block East TR 178 man reported Sunday afternoon he had $22 taken off his night stand, and he thought he knew who did it.
A man was arrested after a person reported a fight at UAW Fellowship Hall, 625 Plaza Drive, Saturday night. An ambulance responded.
A vehicle struck a parked vehicle at East Perry and Circular streets Saturday evening.
Simona M. Chasco, 19, of Fostoria, was taken to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital after being struck by a vehicle while walking at Elm and North Countyline streets July 6.
Aaron M. Miles, 35, of Fostoria, was cited with failure to yield left turn after an accident on North Union Street July 10.
Lois J. Brooks, 81, of Vanlue, was cited with failure to yield stop sign after an accident at South Countyline and West South streets July 11.
Fidencio Esquivel, 42, of Fostoria, was cited with operation without reasonable control, leaving the scene of an accident and driving under suspension after an accident on McDougal Street July 11.
Steven G. McFadden, 24, of Findlay, was cited with driving under suspension after an accident on West North Street July 13.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a gas leak at 71 Huss St. Saturday afternoon.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad runs Friday afternoon, two squad runs Friday evening, one squad run Friday night, two squad runs Saturday morning, two squad runs Saturday evening, two squad runs Saturday night, one squad run early Sunday morning and two squad runs Saturday morning. Clinton fire assisted Saturday night.
New Riegel EMS and NBS fire had one squad run Saturday afternoon and one squad run early Sunday morning. The Echo unit assisted Saturday afternoon.
Bascom EMS and fire had one squad run Saturday evening and one squad run Sunday afternoon. They also responded to North TR 47 and West CR 60 to assist with a rod that got into a vehicle’s fuel tank Sunday morning.
Republic EMS and fire had one squad run Sunday morning and one squad run Sunday afternoon. The Echo unit assisted Sunday afternoon.