Daily log, Aug. 7

Tiffin reports

A caller reported Tuesday night people at a first block Charlotte Street residence were shooting a pellet gun or something similar out of an upstairs window.

A juvenile was arrested Wednesday morning after a 500-block Circular Street man requested to speak to an officer about his unruly 16-year-old daughter.

A caller reported Wednesday morning a 5-year-old boy was wandering by himself in the first block of Morningside Drive. According to the report, the boy had told his mother he was going next door to play with a friend.

A caller from the street department reported Wednesday morning someone tried to pry into the traffic control box at Jefferson and Main streets.

A caller reported Wednesday afternoon two boys beat up another boy at Little Hedges Park. No injuries were reported. A juvenile was turned over to his parents by police.

County reports

Andrew J. Wilson, 27, of Fostoria, was charged with having a weapon while intoxicated and disorderly conduct Tuesday.

A 1000-block South CR 17 caller requested to speak to a deputy Tuesday evening about a call from someone who threatened to damage property.

A 5000-block North TR 63 woman reported Wednesday morning her boyfriend shoved her down on the floor, choked her and punched her in the face. The woman was found to have left for Hardin County.

A possible theft of jewelry was reported Wednesday morning in the 11000 block of CR 32.

Fostoria reports

A woman reported Tuesday evening her grandson’s bicycle was stolen from the 500 block of Miller Avenue.

A woman reported Tuesday night she saw a man punch a woman in the 1500 block of North Countyline Street. Police were unable to locate the couple.

A man reported Tuesday night a construction site in Hancock County was possibly broken into. Police located a safe with documents scattered around. The owner of the safe was contacted.

Jeff B. Dahms, 43, of McCutchenville, was charged with theft and breaking and entering Wednesday.

A 200-block West Jackson Street man reported early Wednesday morning someone was lying next to his garage.

A woman in the 700 block of Buckley Street requested to speak to an officer early Wednesday morning about her ex-boyfriend taking items.

A man reported Wednesday morning a vehicle tire was slashed in the 300 block of College Avenue.

A caller in the 200 block of East Fremont Street reported Wednesday afternoon a man took items from the railroad.


Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had four squad runs Tuesday afternoon.

Clinton fire and Tiffin Fire Recue Division had one squad run Tuesday afternoon, one squad run Tuesday night, one squad run early Wednesday morning, one squad run Wednesday morning and one squad run Wednesday afternoon.

Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Tuesday evening.

Bascom fire and Fostoria EMS had a squad run Tuesday night.

Republic fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday morning.