Daily Log, June 4

Tiffin reports

• Katelyn M. Davis, 22, of Tiffin, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Friday.

• William T. Mercado Jr., 32, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Friday.

• A person reported Sunday evening a shoplifter at Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, was running.

• A person reported Monday morning the theft of money from the 200 block of Beechwood Drive.

• A 700-block North Water Street resident reported Monday morning a purse was stolen from a vehicle.

County reports

• Travis C. Hickman, 22, of Bloomville, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia Friday.

• A physical altercation was reported in the 2000 block of West CR 38 early Monday morning.

• A person reported early Monday morning property damage in the 600 block of South SR 19.

• A person reported Monday morning that Palmer Bros. Concrete, 1900 S. CR 1, was broken into over the weekend.

• A person reported Monday morning windows were smashed out of a truck in the first block of East Tiffin Street.

Fostoria reports

• A person reported Sunday evening a theft at Fostoria Learning Center, 342 Perry St.

• A person reported Sunday evening youths were spray painting the ground, Dumpsters and each other at East Fremont and Sandusky streets.

• A fight was reported in the parking lot of Kroger, 126 W. High St., Sunday night. An ambulance was sent to the scene.

Tiffin accidents

• Joseph T. Coverdale, 72, of Florida, was cited with improper lane change after an accident at West Market Street and Ashwood Road Monday afternoon.

• Kathleen M. Hunker, 71, of Tiffin, was cited with improper backing after an accident in a Second Street alley Monday afternoon.

Fire

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to an alarm system that sounded due to malfunction at 600 N. River Road Monday morning.

EMS

• Bloomville EMS and fire and the Echo unit had one squad run Sunday afternoon and one squad run Sunday evening.

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad runs Sunday evening and three squad runs Monday morning.

• North Central EMS had one squad run Sunday evening and two squad runs Monday morning.

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