A first-block Adams Street man reported Thursday evening a male tried to walk into his house uninvited.
A caller reported Thursday evening people were pushing each other in the vicinity of Wall and Grace streets.
A caller in the 100 block of Clinton Avenue reported Thursday evening a tan pit bull in the neighborhood charged at her.
A first-block Oakley Park woman reported Thursday evening people were threatening to beat up her granddaughter.
An employee in the first block of Jefferson Street reported Thursday evening a boy was afraid to leave the store because other juveniles in the parking lot were threatening to beat him up.
A 300-block South Washington Street caller reported Thursday evening a male assaulted a female, and both ran from the scene.
A man reported Thursday evening he bought a house in the 100 block of Prospect Street, but hadn't moved in yet, and someone had been inside the house and moved things around and painted the basement floor.
A woman in the 500 block of Miami Street reported Thursday evening the lock on her storage unit and others had been broken, and items had been taken.
Phone harassment was reported Thursday evening in the 100 block of North Monroe Street.
A caller in the 200 block of Water Street reported Friday morning a truck had been stolen overnight. The truck later was found and returned.
A caller reported Friday morning a vehicle was entered and a credit card was stolen in the first block of Main Street.
A problem with students was reported Friday morning at Columbian High School, 300 S. Monroe St.
A deputy was requested Thursday afternoon in the 500 block of East SR 18 for a possible marijuana odor.
A first-block Siesta Drive caller reported Thursday evening receiving harassing telephone messages.
A woman in the 6000 block of West TR 132 reported Thursday night her neighbor had seen two men run in front of her house and to the back of the barn.
A man reported Thursday afternoon his son was assaulted by another student at Fostoria High School, 1001 Park Ave. The incident was under investigation.
A person reported Thursday evening two men were fighting at City Park, 501 N. Vine St.
A 900-block Central Avenue woman reported Thursday evening her mother assaulted her. Charges were pending.
A person at West Tiffin and South Countyline streets requested an ambulance Thursday evening. A man possibly was hit by a car.
A caller reported early Friday morning someone was stealing electricity in the 200 block of South Cadwallader Street.
A caller reported early Friday morning someone was smoking marijuana inside The Rail, 440 S. Main St. According to the report, nothing was located.
A caller from Indelex, 930 Sandusky St., reported Friday morning the gate appeared to have been forced open.
A woman in the 600 block of Main Street reported Friday morning someone got into her purse and took money and medication.
A caller reported Thursday afternoon that while he was parked in the 100 block of West Market Street, the mirror was knocked off his vehicle.
A non-injury accident was reported Friday morning in the 500 block of West Market Street.
A person was at the station Friday morning to report an accident had occurred at West Perry and Elmer streets.
Roberta Kimble, 68, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident March 5 on East Lytle Street.
A citation was issued after a two-vehicle accident at West High and North Union streets Thursday afternoon.
Firefighters were called to an alarm system that sounded due to malfunction at 145 Heritage Drive Thursday afternoon.
Firefighters responded to 505 Hale St. Friday morning for a possible structure fire. At the scene, they found a sanitation truck had been burning, but the fire was out upon arrival. According to the report, the fire was thought to be electrical in nature.