Daily log, Aug. 23
A 300-block West Perry Street man reported Thursday afternoon someone set his yard on fire during the night.
A person advised Thursday evening a salesman in the 400 block of North Sandusky Street was assaulted.
Nathan A. Ralph, 29, of Tiffin, was charged with obstructing official business and endangering children Thursday evening.
Megan A. Mizen, 24, of Tiffin, was charged with drugs-paraphernalia and drugs-possession/abuse Thursday night.
A person reported early Friday morning spraypaint on the former PNC Bank, 155 E. Market St.
Carla S. Hites, 21, of Tiffin, was charged with drugs-abuse instruments Friday morning.
Cody A. Johnson, 24, of Tiffin, was charged with obstructing justice Friday morning.
Jeffrey J. Fox, 51, of Carey, was charged with a protection order violation Friday morning.
A person in the 100 block of Hall Street reported Friday morning there was a large hornets nest hanging on the garage and someone attempted to burn the nest overnight.
A first-block Front Street woman reported Friday morning fraudulent charges on her checking account.
A first-block Elmwood Street resident reported Friday afternoon medication was missing or stolen.
Security from Fifth Third Bank, 59 E. Market St., reported Friday afternoon receiving an alert that the machine had been tampered with. An officer advised it did not appear anything had been attached to it that did not belong.
A person reported Thursday afternoon items were stolen from a house in the 700 block of South TR 87.
A 7000-block North SR 53 resident reported Thursday afternoon unauthorized use of a credit card.
A 4000-block East CR 38 woman reported Thursday evening the neighbor’s peacocks keep going into her yard and onto her patio.
A 2000-block West CR 592 resident reported Friday morning items were stolen.
A 400-block North Town Street man reported Thursday afternoon his house was broken into. Cash and prescriptions were missing.
A 300-block South Poplar Street resident requested to speak with an officer Thursday afternoon about an incident that had occurred Monday. It was under investigation.
A 1000-block Dillon Circle resident reported Thursday evening the theft of a bicycle.
A person in the 400 block of East North Street reported Thursday night hearing an explosion. American Electric Power was notified.
Two people were arrested early Friday morning after a person reported two youths dumped a vehicle in the 200 block of East 6th Street.
A person was taken into custody for alleged drug possession early Friday morning.
A 600-block McDougal Street man reported Friday morning a man was sending pictures via Internet to his juvenile daughter.
A 700-block Circle Drive woman reported Friday morning she was missing medication.
A 400-block West Center Street man reported Friday morning the license plate from his trailer was stolen from the vehicle.
A 300-block McDougal Street woman reported Friday morning she returned home from jail, and there were items missing from her residence.
A 1000-block North Union Street man reported Friday afternoon someone stole his dog again.
An employee of Bob Evans, 1111 N. Countyline St., reported Friday afternoon two men tried to short-change the hostess.
A 600-block North Main Street woman reported Friday afternoon she was renting a room to someone and when the person moved out, they took items not belonging to them and damaged property.
A 300-block South Poplar Street man reported Friday afternoon a man stole his vehicle.
A 700-block West North Street man reported Friday afternoon someone scratched his vehicle.
A person reported Friday afternoon a semi went through a yard in the 200 block of Hudson Street.
A non-injury accident was reported at South Washington and Charlotte streets Friday afternoon.
Cateline Hoover, 18, of Tiffin, was cited with assured clear distance after an accident at West US 224 and SR 53 Wednesday afternoon.
A person reported Thursday evening a semi took out a crossing light at Elm and North Countyline streets.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a false alarm or false call at 155 Frost Parkway early Friday morning. The division responded to the same location for an alarm system activation Friday morning. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Thursday afternoon, two squad runs Thursday evening and two squad runs Friday morning. Clinton fire assisted Thursday evening and Friday morning, and Sycamore fire assisted Thursday evening.