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Daily Log, Nov. 29

Tiffin reports

• Jacob R. Felter, 18, of Republic, was charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday.

• Chrystal L. Chambers, 27, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday.

• A 500-block West Market Street woman reported Wednesday afternoon she may have been the victim of a scam.

• A person at Circular and Main streets reported a tree branch was down and blocking a lane Wednesday night.

County reports

• A person at North CR 31 and West CR 52 reported a tree was down across the road Wednesday night.

• A woman in the 100 block of Clinton Ave. reported two people broke into a house early Thursday morning.

• A 500-block East SR 18 woman reported early Thursday morning the back window on her truck had been smashed and her tires had been slashed.

• A man in the 5000 block of North SR 587 reported Thursday morning his truck had been broken into and $50 was missing.

Fostoria reports

• Dallas J. Chamberlain, 18, of Fostoria, was charged with persistent disorderly conduct Wednesday.

• A 700-block Maple Street man reported a possible scam early Thursday morning.

Fostoria accident

• A citation was issued after a non-injury car vs. lawn tractor accident on Sandusky Street Wednesday evening.

Fire

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a gas leak at Sandusky and West Perry streets Wednesday afternoon.

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a carbon monoxide detector activation due to malfunction at 192 St. Francis Ave. early Thursday morning.

• Attica-Venice-Reed fire responded to a chimney fire at 16050 E. TR 8 Thursday morning.

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to an unintentional smoke detector activation at 355 Miami St. Thursday afternoon.

EMS

• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Wednesday afternoon, two squad runs Wednesday evening and one squad run Thursday morning. Clinton fire assisted once Wednesday afternoon.

• Republic EMS and fire and the Echo unit had one squad run Wednesday night and one squad run early Thursday morning.

• Bascom EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Thursday afternoon.

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