Daily log, August 11
• A 600-block West Market Street woman reported Thursday night a man kicked in her door and threw items around.
• Arlando C. Crowe, 39, of Fremont, was charged with resisting arrest Friday.
• A 200-block Coe Street woman reported Friday afternoon that trash toters were stolen last week.
• CSX Transportation, of Willard, was charged with blocked railroad crossing Thursday.
• An 800-block North Union Street woman reported a vehicle window was broken out Friday afternoon.
• A citation was issued after a two-vehicle, non-injury accident at South Washington and Court streets Friday morning.
• Mike Myers, 31, of Fostoria, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident on Mid-block Aug. 1. Myers was taken by Fostoria Fire Division to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital, and the other driver, Andrius Gricius, 47, of Parlin, New Jersey, was cited with parked on highway, according to a report.
• A citation was issued after a two-vehicle accident at North Countyline and West North streets Thursday night.
• A citation of assured clear distance ahead was issued after a two-vehicle accident at Mid-block and West Lytle Street Friday afternoon.
• Old Fort fire and North Central EMS responded to a ditch fire at 4020 N. TR 76 Thursday afternoon.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a carbon monoxide detector activation due to malfunction at 10 Victoria Drive Thursday evening.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a breakdown of light ballast at 190 St. Francise Avenue Friday morning.
• Attica-Venice-Reed fire responded to a tree broken off on a powerline at SR 4 and CR 36 Friday afternoon.
• Bascom EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday afternoon.
• Attica-Venice-Reed EMS had a squad run Thursday afternoon.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad runs early Friday morning and two squad runs Friday morning.
• North Central EMS had a squad run early Friday morning.
• North Central EMS and Green Springs fire had a squad run Friday morning.
• Bloomville EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Friday morning.