Daily log, May 2
A vehicle break-in was reported Wednesday afternoon in the 600 block of East Market Street.
A 100-block Coe Street man reported Wednesday afternoon his house was broken into overnight. A gun, TVs and a game system were taken. According to the report, some fingerprints were found by police and the criminal division was contacted.
A theft from a vehicle was reported early Thursday morning in the 600 block of East Market Street.
Michael L. Covington, 18, of Columbus, was cited with driving under suspension early Thursday morning.
Tyler J. Parrish, 21, of Amherst, was charged with public urination early Thursday morning.
A gasoline drive-off was reported Thursday morning at Pit Stop, 210 N. Washington St.
Two thefts from a vehicle were reported Thursday in the first block of Achre Court. A GPS and golf clubs were stolen from one of the vehicles.
A caller from Seneca County Juvenile and Probate Court 108 Jefferson St., reported Thursday afternoon a juvenile’s father made threatening comments to a magistrate after a meeting.
A first-block Wentz Street woman reported a possible phone scam Wednesday afternoon. She said a caller told her she had been audited and that if she didn’t provide payment, she would be arrested. The woman was advised it was likely a scam.
A first-block Beeghly Avenue woman reported Wednesday evening someone used her address and phone number to pay medical bills in Texas.
A first-block Jefferson Street man reported Thursday morning $600 was taken from his bank account from a sporting goods company in the United Kingdom.
A 200-block East Tiffin Street woman reported Wednesday night someone kicked in her backdoor.
A 1000-block Kennedy Lane woman reported Thursday morning someone had attempted to break into her vehicle.
A 300-block South Poplar Street woman reported Thursday afternoon her son stole items from the residence while she was at a funeral.
A one-vehicle non-injury accident was reported Thursday morning at Sycamore Street and Brookwood Park. An AEP pole was damaged and a sign was knocked down. The driver was cited with failure to control.
A one-vehicle accident was reported Thursday morning at CR 36 and SR 4. No transports were made from the scene.
Tiffin firefighters were called to 108 Elm Ave. Thursday morning for an alarm system that sounded due to a malfunction.
AVR fire, Attica EMS and the Echo unit were called to an accident Thursday morning at CR 36 and SR 4.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Wednesday night and one squad run Thursday morning.
Sycamore fire and EMS had a squad run Wednesday night.
Green Springs fire and EMS had a squad run Wednesday night.
NBS fire and New Riegel EMS had a squad run Thursday morning.
AVR fire, Attica EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday morning.
Bloomville fire and EMS and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday afternoon.
Seneca County Probate Court
Barbara J. Stucky, Tiffin.
John Gilbert Aichholz, Attica.
Anna Rose Nichols, Fostoria.
James E. Huth, Fostoria.
Joan M. Rohrbach, Tiffin.
Robert J. Wilson, Tiffin.
Marriage license applications
Gerald Paul Fey and Candy Sue Parish, Tiffin.
Richard Randall Stine and Rebecca Jean Gaddy, Bloomville.
John Robert Johnson and Diane Ruth Hoffman, Tiffin.
Valentin Leal Garcia and Maria Gricelda Rosas Galicia, Fostoria.
Tyler David Hawk and Kristina Mae Showalter, Kansas.
Zechariah Reed Cunningham and Melissa Marie Brodman, Tiffin.
Micheal W. Canton, Tiffin, and Pitrina Kay Beekman, Bloomville.