Daily log 11.18.19
• Stacey Graham, 53, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Saturday.
• A first-block Third Avenue resident reported Saturday morning a vehicle was broken into and parts were stolen.
• A theft from Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, was reported Saturday evening.
• Denease L. Jordan, 40, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday night.
• Lindsay C. Graves, 21, of Tennessee, was charged with speed-bridge and operating a vehicle while intoxicated early Sunday morning.
• A person from Mercy Health – Tiffin Hospital, 45 St. Lawrence Drive, reported early Sunday morning a patient had something put in her drink.
• A man in the 200 block of South Washington Street reported early Sunday morning his tire was slashed.
• A person reported Sunday morning the theft of $600 from a wallet at Family Dollar, 284 N. Washington St.
• A man reported Sunday afternoon he was jumped in the first block of Madison Street.
• A person reported Sunday afternoon four boys on bicycles were damaging the wall of the commissioners’ office at 111 Madison St.
• A person at Mercy Health – Tiffin Hospital, 45 St. Lawrence Drive, reported Sunday afternoon a woman possibly was assaulted Saturday night.
• A person at Hampton Inn, 2492 S. SR 231, reported Saturday morning guests were attempting to leave without satisfying their bill.
• A 3000-block South US 23 woman reported Saturday afternoon someone broke into her apartment.
• A 1000-block North Union Street resident reported Friday afternoon plates were taken.
• A person reported Friday night an assault in the 100 block of East Crocker Street.
• A 500-block Gormley Street man reported Saturday morning money was taken from his lost wallet.
• A 100-block Summit Street man reported Saturday afternoon a water spigot was broken off with a brick.
• A person at Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services, 122 W. Center St., reported a fight Saturday night.
• Brandon J. Seasly, 25, of Fostoria, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident on West Market Street on Tuesday afternoon.
• Alexis M. Gillett, 39, of Fostoria, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at West Market and South Sandusky streets Friday evening.
• Lisa M. Crosby, 48, of Tiffin, was cited with failure to yield-stop sign after an accident at Melissa and West Perry streets Saturday afternoon.
• Samuel L. Dyer, 69, of Findlay, was cited with open door into traffic after an accident on East Perry Street on Saturday morning.
• A person reported Saturday evening a truck struck a mailbox on Teakwood Drive.
• An accident was reported at East TR 178 and North SR 18 on Saturday morning.
• A two-vehicle, non-injury accident was reported at North Madison and North Kilbourne streets on Sunday morning.
• A two-vehicle accident was reported on Buckley Street on Friday afternoon.
• A single-vehicle accident was reported at East High and North Poplar streets Saturday morning.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a smoke detector activation at 359 Miami St. early Saturday morning. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
• Republic fire and EMS responded to a grass fire near railroad tracks on East SR 18 on Saturday afternoon.
• Bascom fire and EMS responded to a truck on fire at 2441 S. SR 53 on Sunday morning.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a smoke detector activation at 167 Main St. on Sunday afternoon. There was no fire, and it was unintentional.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Friday afternoon, one squad run Friday evening, one squad run Friday night, one squad run early Saturday morning, one squad run Saturday morning, one squad run Saturday evening, two squad runs early Sunday morning, one squad run Sunday morning and one squad run Sunday afternoon.
• Republic EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run early Saturday morning.
• North Central EMS and Green Springs fire had one squad run Saturday morning, one squad run Saturday evening and one squad run Sunday morning.
• Bascom EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Sunday morning.
• Bloomville EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Sunday morning.