Jacob C. Reaper, 24, of Oak Harbor, was charged with display of operator's license and fictitious plates Saturday after an incident Friday.
A 100-block Clinton Avenue woman reported Saturday evening someone broke out the passenger-side rear window of her vehicle.
A person from Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, reported Saturday evening a man took a television.
Brittany M. Tatum, 20, of Cleveland, was charged with operating a vehicle after underage alcohol consumption and improper lane change/marked early Sunday morning.
A man reported early Sunday morning he was assaulted in a lot in the 200 block of Vine Street.
A 100-block West Perry Street woman reported early Sunday morning she believed her granddaughter broke her window.
A woman in the 300 block of Benner Street was assaulted by a man early Sunday morning. Law enforcement was unable to locate the man.
A first-block Liberty Street resident reported Sunday morning criminal damaging to a vehicle.
A 1000-block South US 23 man reported Saturday afternoon the theft of items.
A 3000-block South TR 165 man reported Saturday afternoon his mailbox got knocked down sometime during the night.
A person went to the station Saturday afternoon and reported someone vandalized a room at 601 Findlay St.
A 100-block East Fremont Street woman reported Saturday night she arrived home, and her side door was broken open. It did not appear entry was gained.
A juvenile was charged with curfew under 16 early Saturday morning.
Dekota W. Walter, 18, of Upper Sandusky, was charged with contributing to the unruliness/delinquency of a child early Saturday morning.
A person from Country Club Inn, 601 Findlay St., reported Sunday morning a person who had stayed in a room stole the small refrigerator and microwave. Charges were to be submitted to the prosecutor's office for theft.
A 100-block East Sixth Street man reported Sunday afternoon he wanted to speak with an officer about someone loosening the lug nuts on his vehicle.
A 500-block South Wood Street man reported Sunday afternoon he got home, the back door was open and items were missing from his residence. His pet turtle and $30 were taken.
A person reported Saturday afternoon being in an accident at Huss and North Sandusky Street.
A vehicle was in the ditch on East US 224 Saturday morning.
Firefighters were called to a detector activation at 35 St. Francis Ave. Saturday afternoon. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
Firefighters were called to a water problem at 68 1/2 E. Market St. early Sunday morning.
Firefighters were called to a structure fire at 845 Spruce St. Saturday afternoon. A fire department spokesman said his understanding was the house fire was caused by a wall-mounted gas heater.
Kansas firefighters were called to assist during a non-injury accident on SR 635 Sunday morning.