Daily log, May 16
Kay M. Rauch, 38, of Fremont, was cited with driving under suspension Wednesday morning.
A caller from Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, reported Wednesday afternoon someone pushed out a 40-inch TV and left in a red vehicle. The Findlay Police Department was advised of the theft and the vehicle information.
A 100-block West Market Street woman reported Wednesday afternoon her mother physically attacked her.
A 200-block Jefferson Street woman reported Wednesday afternoon someone cut the brake line on her vehicle.
A caller reported Wednesday evening two people were trying to get into a window at a residence in the 100 block of Second Avenue.
A 600-block South Sandusky Street man reported Wednesday night former occupants of a nearby lot stole the lattice off a trailer.
A theft was reported early Thursday morning at Burger King, 1760 W. Market St.
A woman in the first block of Dallas Street reported Thursday morning items that she was storing at a friend’s residence were taken.
A 100-block Benner Street woman reported Thursday morning $375 in cash was taken from her mailbox.
A 2000-block West US 224 person went to the station Thursday morning to report the theft of medication.
A woman reported Wednesday afternoon her daughter’s cell phone was stolen. The woman said the cell phone was tracked to a residence. A residence was searched, according to the report, but the phone was not found.
A caller in the 100 block of South Main Street reported Wednesday afternoon a man was urinating in front of a glass window. Police spoke with the man, who said his pants had fallen down.
Michael S. Potts, 29, of Clyde, was cited with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, OVI refusal, driving under suspension, speed and a seatbelt violation Tuesday evening.
Tiffin EMS had one squad run Wednesday afternoon, one squad run Wednesday evening and one squad run Wednesday night. Ambulances also were needed once early Thursday morning and once Thursday morning.
Sycamore fire and Tiffin EMS had a squad run Wednesday afternoon.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday morning.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 1692 W. Market St. early Thursday morning for smoke in a trailer. Insulation and wood framing was found smoldering under the trailer. The fire was extinguished and the electricity was turned off. The fire started after water had come in contact with an electrical receptacle box.
Sycamore firefighters were called to East South Trail early Thursday morning for an odor of propane.
Bettsville firefighters were called to North TR 71 Thursday afternoon for a trash fire.
Vernon E. Grine, Fostoria.
Lucille E. Stansberry, Tiffin.
Mary Y. Bowling, Tiffin.
Marriage license applications
Logan Jaylee Paxton and Amber Lynn Rizor, Bettsville.
Austin Raymond Kingseed and Nicole Marina Adkins, Tiffin.
Peter John Corcoran, Xenia, and Laura Leigh Schultz, Tiffin.
Nickolas J. Ardner and Mathilda M. Westenbarger, Fostoria.
Johnny Ray Stewart and Candice Cathryn Riddle, Fostoria.
Andy Lee Frederick and Mindy Marie Cramer, Temple, Pennsylvania.
Christopher McIntyre Wolcott, Oakwood, and Rebecca Marie Miller, Tiffin.
Bryon Anthony Kent and Jenette Lynn Thallman, Tiffin.
Aaron Matthew Gooding and Allison Marie Dulgar, Tiffin.
Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court
David J. Evans, Berlin Heights, pleaded guilty to left of center violation, $223; pleaded guilty to seat belt violation, $30.
Kenneth E. Thompson II, Columbus, pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 160 days suspended, two-year license suspension, two years non-reporting community control, two years restricted plates, six points, $874.
Steven J. Curry, 107 W. Perry St., Tiffin, pleaded no contest to temporary permit violation, $136.
Tabitha A. Watson, Castalia, failure to reinstate license case dismissed due to an error by the Ohio BMV, costs to state.
Faisal M. Alanazi, 165 Hudson St., Tiffin, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension, $349; pleaded no contest to traffic control light violation, $35.
Arthur J. Stuckman Jr., Fremont, preliminary waiver on aiding and abetting, case bound over to common pleas court.