A 17-year-old male and a 16-year-old male were charged with menacing and juvenile delinquency for an incident May 22.
A caller reported Saturday afternoon a person was throwing food and trash out of a vehicle in the area of North Sandusky and Huss streets. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
Paul E. Walters, 48, of Tiffin, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Saturday afternoon.
A person was arrested Saturday night after they ran from a traffic stop in the area of North Sandusky and North Washington streets.
A caller reported Saturday night kids wrote on doors at Krout Elementary School, 20 Glenn St.
A vehicle in the area of Tilden and Liberty streets was reported entered Saturday night. Two juveniles were seen running from the vehicle.
A first-block Hancock Street woman reported early Sunday morning she believed her house was entered while she was sleeping on the couch. She reported she found items from a closet in the middle of the floor and a basement door open.
A 200-block Clinton Avenue woman reported early Sunday morning a house was entered. A person had climbed through a window and exited out of a back door. Several items were taken.
A brick was thrown through a vehicle window early Sunday morning in the 100 block of Hancock Street.
A man was arrested Sunday afternoon after he ran from police in the 400 block of Wall Street.
A 100-block Clay Street caller reported Sunday evening their landlord walked in and removed items.
A woman reported Sunday evening a van pulled up to her in the area of East Market and Jefferson streets and made numerous inappropriate remarks.
A 3000-block South TR 17 woman reported Saturday night she saw a person crawling on top of a neighbor's car. A juvenile, who had been toilet-papering a residence, was released to an adult.
A 400-block North Street man reported five people were banging on his windows early Sunday morning.
A 1000-block East CR 38 man reported early Sunday morning someone was knocking on third-floor windows.
A man in the 4000-block of West TR 98 reported early Sunday morning he was behind a vehicle that was smashing mailboxes.
A man reported Sunday morning a suspicious package was on the bridge at Springville Marsh on South US 23.
Vandalism was reported Sunday evening at Seneca Hills Golf Course, 4044 West TR 98.
A woman went to the station Sunday night to report items were taken from her residence while she was in the nursing home.
A 5000-block North CR 25 man reported early Monday morning someone broke into his basement and stole his guns.
A burglary was reported early Monday morning in the first block of Siesta Drive.
A garage and barn were reported broken into Monday morning in the 4000 block of West TR 36. A vehicle in the same block also was reported entered.
A laptop computer was reported stolen Monday morning in the 8000 block of South SR 53.
A juvenile was arrested Saturday night in the 100 block of West Jones Street and charged with receiving stolen property.
A woman reported Saturday night her daughter was at a residence where the parents were serving her alcohol.
A garage in the 300 block of North Main Street was reported broken into Saturday night.
A 300-block North Union Street woman reported early Sunday morning her kids were being harassed by an adult.
A 200-block West North Street caller reported Sunday afternoon firearms were missing from a home.
A 1500-block North Countyline Street woman reported Sunday night a person stole from her mother.
A 600-block West Fremont Street man reported Monday morning someone broke into his garage.
A 1000-block Central Avenue man reported Monday morning someone broke into his vehicle and stole several items.
A 500-block College Avenue man reported Monday morning someone broke into his garage and stole items.
A vehicle was reported broken into Monday morning in the 600 block of Westhaven Drive.
A 200-block North Poplar Street woman reported Monday morning someone threw a rock at a window.
Firefighters were called to 154 Railroad St. for an open burn Saturday night.
Firefighters were called to 103 Shepherd Drive for an unintentional fire alarm activation Monday morning.
Melissa M. Longworth, 700 Sandusky St., pleaded no contest to personal disorderly conduct, one year community control, comply with terms of probation, $226; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired, three days jail, three days credit, six-month license suspension, one year community control, complete alcohol school and counseling First Step, $549; pleaded no contest to turn signal violation, $53.
Chris D. Fruth, Carey, pleaded guilty to failure to yield right of way, $147.
Chelsea J. Diaz, Tiffin, pleaded no contest to failure to control, $245.
Barton J. Bunn, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $97.
Lawrence E. Swartz, 281 E. 6th St., pleaded no contest to no operator's license, one year community control, obtain valid license, if complies with terms of probation, $300 of fine will be suspended, $599; pleaded no contest to speed, $168.
Dana R. Keller, 12400 W. Axline, 281, pleaded no contest to passenger seat belt violation, $154.
Christina M. Clark, 1521 N. Countyline St., Lot 105, pleaded no contest to permitting drug abuse, five days jail, two days credit, one year community control, counseling FAC, possible drug test, $416.
Jonathan M. Thorp, 817 Bugner St., pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, 30 days jail, 22 days suspended, eight days credit, 22 days suspended on condition of no driving under suspension violations for one year, $380; pleaded no contest to speed, $18.
Daniel E. Martin, Corning, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, $201.
Susan M. Taylor, Erie, Mich., pleaded no contest to wrongful entrustment of vehicle, 180 days jail, 30 days suspended, three years community control, complete alcohol assessment and counseling, complete parenting class, 90 days jail, 60 days home monitoring , if not set up serve 60 days immediately after 90 days, $286.
Steven D. Hovis, 1229 Perrysburg Rd., Apt. A, preliminary waiver on domestic violence, signed own recognizance bond, bail conditions, bound over to Wood County Common Pleas Court.
Mark W. Moseman, 12400 Axline St., Lot 77, pleaded no contest to turn signal violation, $153.
Larry A. Martin, 302 W. Tiffin St., pleaded guilty to speed, $195.
Christian B. Blue, 130 Taft Blvd., pleaded guilty to driving under Financial Responsibility Act suspension, $235.
Norman E. Gibat, 741 N. Countyline St., pleaded guilty to speed, $123.