Daily Log, Nov. 22
• A youth was charged with weapon-school and juvenile-delinquent Monday afternoon. The youth allegedly was in possession of a small pocket knife at Tiffin Middle School, according to Tiffin Police Department.
• A person reported Monday evening inappropriate touching in the workplace at Pizza Hut, 432 Wentz St.
• A 200-block Tomb Street resident reported Monday evening the theft of a video game.
• A person from Pit Stop, 210 N. Washington St., reported Tuesday morning a youth attempted to steal items and threw an egg at the window.
• A person from Tiffin Mall, 870 W. Market St., reported Tuesday morning a person had been paid to fix a sign, and the work had not been done.
• A person reported Monday evening a stolen vehicle from West CR 28 and North CR 25.
• A 9000-block East CR 12 man reported Monday night a woman put her hands around his throat.
• A 300-block East Fremont Street woman reported early Tuesday morning a man was putting his hands on her.
• A 900-block Walnut Street man reported early Tuesday morning someone broke into his vehicle.
• A first-block Barcelona Drive man requested to speak to an officer Tuesday morning about his vehicle being broken into.
• A 200-block Thomas Street woman reported Tuesday afternoon someone went through her vehicle.
• Jason L. Randol, 31, of Green Springs, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at West Market and Wentz streets Monday afternoon.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a detector activation at 269 St. Francis Ave. early Tuesday morning.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a good intent call at 200 S. Sandusky St. Tuesday afternoon.
• NBS EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday evening.
• Fostoria Fire Division and Kansas fire had a squad run Monday evening.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Monday night and two squad runs Tuesday morning.
• Bascom EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Monday night.
• North Central EMS and Old Fort fire had a squad run early Tuesday morning.