Daily Log, Feb. 6
• A 100-block Second Avenue woman reported Tuesday night her missing wallet had been returned with about $700 in cash missing from it.
• A person in the 100 block of Melmore Street reported a possible overdose Tuesday night.
• An employee of Circle K, 73 Melmore St., reported Wednesday afternoon they had received counterfeit money from customers.
• A 4000-block North US 23 man reported stolen property Wednesday morning.
• David L. Lokey III, 29, of Fostoria, was charged with driving without a license and a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Tuesday.
• Michelle R. Mills, 29, of Clyde, was charged with false statement Tuesday.
• A woman in the 200 block of North Vine Street reported an instance of fraud Tuesday afternoon.
• A 100-block Center Street woman reported Tuesday night her iPhone had been stolen.
• A two-vehicle, non-injury accident was reported at East Perry and Jefferson streets Tuesday night.
• A non-injury, car vs. guard rail accident was reported on North CR 5 Wednesday morning.
• George L. Harris, 51, of Fostoria, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, driving under suspension, left of center and distracted driving Tuesday.
• One person was transported to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital by Fostoria Fire Division after a semi overturned at South Countyline and West South streets Wednesday afternoon. The CERT team and John’s Welding & Towing assisted at the scene.
• A two-vehicle accident was reported at West Jackson and North Union streets Thursday afternoon.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a public service call at 7 W. Market St. early Wednesday morning.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division responded to a water leak at 318 E. Market St. Wednesday morning.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad runs Tuesday night and two squad runs Wednesday afternoon.
• NBS EMS, Sycamore fire and the Echo unit had a squad run early Wednesday morning.
• Sycamore EMS and fire had a squad run Wednesday afternoon.