Daily Log, May 29

Tiffin reports

• Michelle J. Jensen, 33, of Tiffin, was charged with junk and trash complaint May 10.

• A youth was charged with juvenile-delinquent and disorderly conduct May 18.

• Kelly M. Rivenbark, 49, of Fostoria, was charged with theft Friday.

• Morgan J. Wilson, 28, of Tiffin, was charged with domestic violence early Saturday morning.

• A youth was charged with juvenile-delinquent and disorderly conduct Saturday evening.

• Jessie L. Underwood, 28, of Tiffin, was charged with menacing early Sunday morning.

• Robert A. Suddarth, 26, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct early Sunday morning.

• Malakye J. Nall, 20, of Perrysville, was charged with underage possession/consump-

tion early Sunday morning.

• An employee of Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St., reported Sunday morning materials were stolen.

• A youth was charged with juvenile-delinquent and theft Sunday evening.

• Jeffrey A. Sikora, 57, of Tiffin, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and no headlights Sunday night.

• A person reported Monday morning a school bus at Calvert Catholic Schools, 357 S. Washington St., was vandalized.

Fostoria reports

• Trent L. Seals, 30, of Columbus, was charged with failure to reinstate, a Financial Responsibility Act suspension and speed Friday.

• Keegan W. Woodland, 26, of Fostoria, was charged with hit-skip and failure to reinstate Friday.

• Savannah M. Sheffer, 20, of Wauseon, was charged with soliciting Friday.

• Hermonte M. Scott, 21, of Toledo, was charged with soliciting Friday.

• Mary J. Woodland, 63, of Fostoria, was charged with false statement Friday.

• Stefanie D. Widanka, 28, of Toledo, was charged with forgery Friday.

• A 1000-block Perrysburg Road resident reported Sunday morning money and a pair of sunglasses were stolen out of a van.

• A 100-block West Eagle Street woman reported Sunday afternoon a break-in at her residence, and a television was missing.

• A person reported Sunday evening a shoplifter at Save-A-Lot, 895 N. Countyline St.

• A 200-block South Wood Street resident reported early Monday morning a rock was thrown through a window.

• A 400-block North Main Street man reported early Monday morning his apartment was broken into.

• A 300-block West South Street woman reported Monday morning her garage was broken into.

• A 400-block West Lytle Street woman reported Monday morning the theft of a lawnmower.

• A 500-block North Main Street woman reported Monday morning a lawnmower was stolen from a shed.

• A 100-block East Crocker Street resident reported Monday morning a man was trying to break into an apartment.

County reports

• Norfolk Southern Railroad was charged with blocked railroad crossing Friday.

• A physical domestic incident was reported at Catherine and East Adams streets Saturday evening.

• An assault was reported in the 5000 block of East CR 6 early Sunday morning.

• A 7000-block South SR 53 resident reported Monday morning a phone box was damaged.

Tiffin accidents

• Terry L. Stayancho, 56, of Wellington, was cited with improper left turn after an accident on West Market Street Friday afternoon.

• Eric S. Breidenbach, 46, of Tiffin, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident on West Market Street Friday evening.

State Highway

Patrol

• A tractor pulled down lines and two poles at East CR 34 and North TR 32 Sunday evening.

Fire

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to an alarm system that sounded due to malfunction at 235 Miami St. Saturday afternoon.

• Kansas fire and Bascom EMS responded to a possible open burn at CR 62 and CR 5 Sunday afternoon.

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a smoke investigation at 45 Grace St. Sunday night.

• Clinton fire and Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a smoke alarm at 104 N. SR 101 Monday morning.

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to an unknown problem at 7 Beechwood Drive Monday afternoon.

EMS

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Saturday evening, three squad runs Sunday morning, one squad run Sunday afternoon, one squad run Sunday evening, one squad run Sunday night, one squad run Monday morning and one squad run Monday afternoon.

• Bloomville EMS and fire and the Echo unit had one squad run Saturday afternoon and one squad run Saturday night.

• North Central EMS and Green Springs fire had one squad run Saturday evening, one squad run Sunday night, one squad run early Monday morning and one squad run Monday morning.

• North Central EMS and Old Fort fire had a squad run Sunday afternoon.

• Republic EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run early Monday morning.

• North Central EMS had a squad run Monday afternoon.

Tiffin-Fostoria

Municipal Court

Appearances

• Matthew J. Gruss, Republic, operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed.

• Angela J. Bostic, 102 Wall St., Tiffin, pleaded guilty to theft, 180 days jail, 175 days suspended, two years probation, report to Rigle Recovery for assessment, random drug testing, no trespassing at Walmart, $635.

• Kimberly A. Kistler, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, 30 day jail, 30 days suspended, two years probation, $740.

• Johnnie B. Bell Jr., Toledo, pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, one year probation, approved for restricted driving privileges, complete/pay for driver intervention program, six points, $676; pleaded no contest to equipment regulation violation, $50.

• Harmony P. Bennett, 201 Siesta Drive, Apt. K, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to possession of controlled substance, six-month license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges after passing urine screen, $209; pleaded no contest to registration violation, $50; pleaded no contest to Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $348; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, one year probation, approved for restricted driving privileges, complete/pay for driver intervention program, six points, $653; pleaded no contest to unsafe vehicle violation, $50.

• Kaila L. Schmeltz, Old Fort, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $207.

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