Daily Log, May 17

Tiffin reports

• Nathan J. Nitecki, 40, of Tiffin, was charged with dog at large Tuesday.

• A 200-block South Sandusky Street woman reported the theft of a newspaper early Wednesday morning.

County reports

• An 8000-block North TR 72 woman reported someone drove through her yard and a trash tote also was damaged Wednesday morning.

• A 5000-block North CR 25 person reported a breaking and entering Wednesday morning.

Fostoria reports

• Stephen P. Miller, 58, of Fostoria, was charged with domestic violence Tuesday.

• Austin M. Higgins, 18, of Fostoria, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, hit-skip private property and failure to reinstate Tuesday.

• Stephanie R. Mcclure, 26, of Graytown, was charged with wrongful entrustment Tuesday.

• A person reported a man was assaulting a woman in the 600 block of East Jackson Street Tuesday night.

State Patrol

• Lisa M. Guerra, 39, of Fostoria, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and equipment regulation violation Tuesday.

• Arnold C. Marks Jr., 52, of Tiffin, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, failure to reinstate, a Financial Responsibility Act suspension and failure to control Tuesday.

Fostoria accident

• A citation of improper backing was issued after a two-vehicle accident at Mid-block and West Lytle Street Tuesday evening.

Fire

• Attica-Venice-Reed fire responded to 12 S. Main St. for a pigeon rescue Tuesday evening.

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to 35 Huss St. for a smoke detector activation early Wednesday morning. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.

EMS

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad runs Tuesday night, two squad runs Wednesday morning and two squad runs Wednesday afternoon. Sycamore fire assisted Wednesday morning.

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

• Attica-Venice-Reed EMS, Attica-Venice-Reed fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday morning.

Markets

Corn $3.91

Wheat $4.92

Beans $9.50

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