Daily Log, August 15
• An employee of Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, reported a woman shoplifting items Tuesday night.
• An employee of Hy-Miler, 247 S. Sandusky St., reported a customer gave her drugs early Wednesday morning.
• A person in the 3000 block of SR 100 reported finding a crack pipe Tuesday afternoon.
• A resident in the 200 block of State Street, Bettsville, reported Tuesday night a catalytic converter stolen from a truck parked behind their residence.
• Brad E. Graber, 44, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Tuesday.
• A man in the 1000 block of Cherry Street reported Tuesday evening someone opened a PayPal account in his name and used it to order jewelry.
• A man in the 200 block of East South Street reported Tuesday afternoon multiple people were attempting to break into his house.
• A 200-block Jeannette Drive man reported a debit card and hunting knife stolen from his car Wednesday morning.
• A 300-block North Vine Street woman reported Wednesday morning she had received a fraudulent check.
• A man in the 100 block of Findlay Street reported Wednesday morning his home had been broken into and pills were stolen.
• An accident was reported on North Sandusky Street Tuesday afternoon.
• A person in the 300 block of East Market Street reported a semi truck hit and damaged a railroad crossing bar Tuesday afternoon.
• Debra J. Self, 55, of Fostoria, was cited with failure to stop at a red light after an accident on North Countyline and West North streets Monday morning.
• Anthony O. Lear, 19, of Fostoria, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident on US 23 Monday afternoon.
• Old Fort fire and North Central EMS responded to a smoke detector activation due to malfunction at 5244 N. TR 137 Tuesday afternoon.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Tuesday afternoon, one squad run Tuesday evening, two squad runs Tuesday night, one squad run early Wednesday morning, two squad runs Wednesday morning and two squad runs Wednesday afternoon. Clinton fire assisted once Tuesday night.
• Bloomville EMS, Republic fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday afternoon.