Daily log, July 24
A person went to the station Tuesday afternoon to speak to an officer about an ad on Craigslist involving an adult movie production.
A juvenile was arrested Tuesday evening after he allegedly pulled a knife on another person. An officer was out with the juvenile at the Seneca County Fairgrounds.
An employee of Rural King, 2300 W. Market St., reported Tuesday evening someone cut a hole in the fence and a welder was found in the feed department. The employee said the same thing happened in Fremont.
A 600-block East Market Street woman reported Tuesday evening she caught a male using a rock to damage the side of her car.
A 1000-block East TR 201 man reported Wednesday morning a guest at his residence saw someone inside the home around 5 a.m. The man was unsure if anything was missing from the residence.
A person went to the sheriff’s office Wednesday morning to report a vehicle had been taken from the first block of East New Haven Street.
A 2000-block West TR 54 man reported Wednesday morning someone threw roofing nails in his driveway overnight. A 7000-block South TR 115 woman also reported Wednesday morning someone threw hundreds of roofing nails in her driveway.
Christopher Taylor, 23, of Toledo, was charged with criminal trespass Tuesday.
A money bag was reported possibly stolen Tuesday afternoon in the 400 block of East Center Street.
A man wearing all dark clothing fled on foot from a police cruiser after the cruiser stopped in the 1000 block of South Main Street. Police were unable to locate the man.
A caller reported Wednesday afternoon kids were shooting BB guns at each other in the 100 block of East Fourth Street. The kids were advised of laws regarding firearms in the city.
Johnathan L. Hall, 23, of Kentucky, was cited with failure to control following an accident Wednesday morning at East Perry and South Washington streets. Hall had been operating a semi-truck on East Perry Street when it moved to the right and struck two parked vehicles. One of the vehicles was pushed up over a curb. Both vehicles were towed from the scene, according to the accident report.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to 77 Greenfield St. twice early Wednesday morning for false alarms.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had five squad runs Tuesday night.
Bascom fire and EMS had a squad run Wednesday morning.
Republic fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday afternoon.