Daily Log, June 5
* Kimberly Gonzales, 23, of Fostoria, was charged with theft Monday.
* Antonio Gonzales, 47, of Fostoria, was charged with theft Monday.
* A 100-block Cottage Avenue resident reported Monday afternoon a car was taken six months ago.
* A theft was reported Monday afternoon at Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18.
* A first-block Warren Avenue woman reported Monday night items were moved around her residence.
* A person reported Tuesday morning vandalism at Tiffin City Schools’ stadium, 300 S. Monroe St.
* William T. Mercado, 32, of Fostoria, was charged with theft Tuesday afternoon.
* Angela K. Marcum, 46, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Tuesday afternoon.
* Pedro C. Lopez III, 20, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, failure to reinstate, a Financial Responsibility Act suspension, speed and no operator’s license Monday.
* Auralee M. Vonderhuevel, 24, of Bettsville, was charged with child endangerment Monday.
* Ryan A. Gadberry, 27, of Attica, was charged with an operating a vehicle while intoxicated suspension and speed Monday.
* Myles R. Morris, 41, of Green Springs, was charged with aggravated menacing Monday.
* A person reported criminal damaging to park benches, a hand sanitizer unit, a rain collection system and a newly planted oak tree at Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve, 6777 S. SR 19, Tuesday morning.
* Jessica L. Elwood, 33, of Fostoria, was charged with failure to reinstate and a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Monday.
* John A. Crates III, 32, of Fostoria, was charged with consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle Monday.
* Ann M. Beard, 42, of North Baltimore, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Monday.
* A transportation coordinator at Fostoria City Schools, 402 E. Fremont St., reported Tuesday morning a bus was found with a window broken out.
* A citation of assured clear distance ahead was issued after a two-vehicle, non-injury accident at Circular and Melmore streets Monday night.
* Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a detector activation at 154 S. Washington St. Monday night. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
* Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a carbon monoxide incident at 630 W. Market St. early Tuesday morning.
* Fostoria Fire Division responded to a light fixture cover that overheated at Riley Elementary School, 1324 Walnut St., Tuesday morning. There was no damage to the building, a fire division spokesman said.
* Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad runs Monday afternoon, two squad runs Monday night, two squad runs early Tuesday morning, two squad runs Tuesday morning and two squad runs Tuesday afternoon. Sycamore fire assisted early Tuesday morning and Tuesday afternoon, and Clinton fire assisted Tuesday morning Tuesday afternoon.
* North Central EMS and Old Fort fire had a squad run Monday afternoon.
* Richard B. Trapp, Tiffin.
* Richard S. Depinet, Republic.
* Willa D. Melick, Tiffin.
Marriage license applications
* Sherrie Rose Stein and Nicholas Grayson Meadows, Fostoria.
* Kemberly June Caudill and Frederick Eugene Zoeller, Tiffin.
* Danielle Rae Dale and Jared Muhr Cashen, Tiffin.
* Samantha Kay Miller and Deker Martin Kneeskern, Tiffin.
* Patrick Charles Svihlik, Tiffin, and Laura Elizabeth Gifford, Bowling Green.
* Emma Louisa Witmer and Cody Lee Factor, Tiffin.
* Brian Thomas Slaymaker and Rita Ann Houtz, Tiffin.