Daily log, Aug. 2
A man in the 100 block of South Washington Street reported Thursday evening a group of people had chased him earlier in the day.
A caller from Mercy Tiffin Hospital reported Thursday evening a man and two women were sitting on a vehicle and cussing and “acting up.” The man and women were given warnings for disorderly conduct.
Alexander J. Nuzum, 24, of Bowling Green, was charged with contributing to the unruliness or delinquency of a juvenile and possession of marijuana Thursday.
A caller from Krout Elementary School, 20 Glenn St., reported Friday morning three computer monitors had been stolen.
A woman reported Friday afternoon her wallet was stolen in the 2000 block of West Market Street.
A person went to the station Friday afternoon to report a stolen game had been located at a pawn shop.
A 100-block State Street caller reported Thursday night unruly children were in the roadway and cursing at residents.
A caller reported Thursday night a commercial billboard sign was damaged in the area of West Main Street and North SR 635.
Eric T. Wagner, 48, of Kansas, and Timothy P. Wagner, 45, of Old Fort, were charged with domestic violence Thursday. An assault had been reported at Blue Eagle Inn, 218 State St.
A person went to the station Friday morning to report a residence in the 3000 block of North CR 15 was broken into and a shotgun was stolen.
Edith A. Lee, 42, of Arlington, was charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday.
A caller reported Thursday evening people had gone into a garage in the area of North Caples and McDougal streets. The garage and back door were found unsecured and two people were given warnings.
A 200-block Grape Street man reported Thursday someone he knew stole his dog.
A 200-block West Center Street woman reported Thursday night her 17-year-old daughter’s friend was staying at the residence and when she left, she took items.
A woman went to the station Friday morning to report an unauthorized transaction on her bank account.
A 300-block Columbus Avenue woman reported Friday afternoon someone messed with the brake lines on her husband’s truck.
A person received minor injuries and was transported to a hospital after a vehicle struck a deer Thursday night on CR 33. Further details were unavailable.
A caller reported Friday morning a vehicle was on the edge of the bank of Wolf Creek at West TR 36 and North SR 635. The front end of the vehicle was partially submerged and no one was at the scene. The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office attempted to contact the vehicle owner. A spokeswoman from the State Highway Patrol said Friday evening further details were unavailable.
Old Fort fire and Bettsville EMS were called to North CR 33 Thursday night for an accident.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to Ashwood and Beechwood drives early Friday morning for a trash can on fire.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division was called to 55 Hall St. Friday morning for an animal rescue.
Kansas fire and Bettsville EMS were called to North SR 635 and West TR 36 Friday morning for a one-vehicle accident.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Thursday afternoon and three squad runs Friday morning.
Bettsville fire and Bascom EMS had a squad run Thursday night.
Kansas fire and Fostoria EMS had a squad run Friday morning.
Clinton fire and Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had a squad run Friday morning.
Kansas fire, Bascom EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday afternoon.