Daily log, May 18
A caller reported Friday evening a person got out of the trunk of a vehicle in the 400 block of Miami St. According to the report, the person said his friends “kidnapped” him for a birthday celebration.
Zachary Krassow, 22, of Findlay, was charged with endangering children Friday evening after a caller reported a vehicle was all over the road. According to the report, a four-year-old was found to be driving, and the father ran from Aldi and proceeded east on East Market Street.
A caller reported early Saturday morning people possibly were trying to break into a structure in the 400 block of Wall St. According to the report, police were unable to locate the subjects.
The emergency room at Mercy Tiffin Hospital reported Saturday morning treating an assault victim who claimed to have been assaulted in the first block of Rebecca St.
A caller reported Saturday afternoon trash had been dumped in a city lot.
A 200-block Jefferson St. caller reported Saturday afternoon a person was texting and harassing her.
Amanda Fresch, 34, of Tiffin, was charged with dog-at-large Saturday.
A missing juvenile report was filed Friday afternoon in the first block of W. Euclid Ave.
A burglary was reported Friday night in the first block of Maple Lane.
A caller from CSX reported Friday evening two youths were riding a flat rail car. Police were unable to locate the youths.
A fight involving multiple people was reported Friday night in the 1000 block of S. SR 53.
A caller in the 500 block of McDougal reported Friday evening a neighbor was wearing a short nightgown and youths saw her undergarments.
A caller in the 1100 block of S. Wood reported Friday evening a garage had been broken into and several items were taken.
A caller from Family Dollar, 215 E. Lytle St., reported Friday evening an intoxicated male touched a juvenile’s rear, and was trying to fight with patrons in the parking lot.
A 900-block S. Union caller reported Friday evening someone took his medications.
A caller in the 400 block of S. Town St. reported early Saturday morning a break-in at a residence.
Police were notified early Saturday morning a man with a gun and knife was threatening a babysitter. According to the report, there were no signs of weapons, and the parties involved were advised to stay away from each other.
A caller reported Saturday morning the First Baptist Church had been broken into. The incident was under investigation.
A caller in the 1500 block of N. Countyline St. requested an officer Saturday afternoon for a dog-bite incident.
Philip Honsberger, 72, of Sycamore, was cited with an improper left turn after an accident Wednesday.
An accident occurred Friday afternoon in the first block of E. Market St. According to the report, a citation was issued for assured clear distance ahead.
A two-vehicle, non-injury accident was reported Friday afternoon at Riverside Drive and Jefferson Street.
An accident occurred Saturday afternoon in the 1700 block of W. Market St. A citation was issued for assured clear distance ahead.
Loretta Kimmet, 43, of Fremont, was cited with an improper turn at a one-way street after an accident Saturday.
An accident was reported Saturday afternoon in the 1000 block of W. Market St.
A caller reported Friday evening a person on a bike and a vehicle were involved in an accident. Police were unable to located anyone, but according to the report, a person claimed to be fine.
An accident occurred Friday evening at S. SR 53 and CR 52. According to a spokesperson for the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office, sheriff’s deputies provided traffic control, and Bascom EMS and fire and Echo 1 responded to the scene. Details were not available Saturday evening from the State Highway Patrol.
Attica EMS and fire and Echo 1 made a squad run Saturday afternoon.