Daily log, April 10
Guy K. Dines, 52, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Tuesday afternoon.
A syringe was located in the first block of West Market Street Tuesday afternoon. It was picked up and disposed of by police.
A 300-block Jefferson Street woman reported Tuesday evening someone spray painted “MBK” on the back of her garage.
A vehicle in the 100 block of Huss Street was reported entered Wednesday morning. Change was missing.
A vehicle in the first block of Henry Street was reported Wednesday morning to have been entered overnight. Nothing was missing.
A woman reported Wednesday morning her daughter’s wallet was stolen from the 500 block of West Market Street Tuesday.
A caller from the Huron County Sheriff’s Office reported Tuesday afternoon the office took a report of a man wearing camouflage and carrying an AK47 walking toward Flatrock. Deputies checked the area and found the man, who had been exercising, a Seneca County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher said. The man did not have a gun.
Mark R. Coffman, 60, of Fostoria, was charged with two counts of aggravated menacing Tuesday afternoon. Sgt. Larry Mackling of the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said Coffman allegedly had threatened to shoot his neighbors and their dog after the dog went on his property.
A theft of medication and property was reported Tuesday evening in the 12000 block of West Axline Street.
A caller reported Tuesday night a man was assaulting a woman in the 200 block of East Culbertson Street. Police were unable to locate the man and woman.
A 100-block Taft Boulevard woman reported Tuesday night her adult son cut wires to her cable box and pulled other wires from the back of her TV. She did not want to file charges, she said.
A 300-block Hays Street woman reported Tuesday night money was stolen from her home.
A caller reported early Wednesday morning a man had a woman on the ground and was choking her. According to the report, the woman was highly intoxicated and had been falling down. She was dropped off at a Peeler Drive residence by police.
A 400-block West Jackson Street man reported Wednesday morning he could hear his neighbor requesting help and could also hear dogs barking. According to the report, two dogs had been fighting. A police officer used a stun gun on one of the dogs to break up the fight.
A 400-block West Fremont Street woman reported fraudulent debit card transactions Wednesday afternoon.
A caller reported Wednesday afternoon someone shot an arrow through a window at City Park, 501 N. Vine St.
Robert Giesige, 36, of Mansfield, was cited with failure to control after his semi-truck went off the roadway in the first block of SR 19 and overturned on its side Tuesday night. He was not injured.
Bascom fire and EMS were called to South SR 53 Tuesday afternoon for the report of a woods fire. Nothing was found.
Republic fire and EMS were called to an accident Tuesday evening on SR 19.
Kansas firefighters were called to CR 28 and CR 5 Wednesday morning for a brush fire.
Tiffin EMS had three squad runs Tuesday afternoon and one squad run Wednesday morning.
Clinton fire and Tiffin EMS had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.