Daily log, March 16
Several doors reportedly were found open Friday night in the 300 block of Fourth Avenue.
A caller reported Saturday morning two toddlers were running down the street in their underwear at Elmer Street and West Market Street.
A person was at the station Saturday afternoon to report being threatened. According to the report, the other party involved also said he was threatened.
A caller from Circle K, 272 N. Sandusky St., reported Saturday afternoon possible fraud involving a stolen credit card.
Nathan Beaston, 33, of Tiffin, was charged Saturday with operating a vehicle while under the influence.
A 600-block Woodward Avenue caller reported Friday afternoon her aunt’s wife took her phone.
A caller in the 100 block of West Jackson reported Friday evening her son was being bullied over the Internet. The incident was under investigation.
State Highway Patrol requested assistance Friday night from Fostoria police for a person who fled on foot.
A caller reported Friday night a subject in a vehicle behind Butt Hutt, 1405 N. Countyline, was trying to buy crack. According to the report, the vehicle was unoccupied.
A caller reported Saturday afternoon a woman in the 200 block of North Main left children unattended in a vehicle when she went into a store.
A 300-block West High caller reported Saturday afternoon someone slashed the tires on her vehicle.
A caller reported Saturday afternoon her purse was stolen Friday night while she was at Kroger, 126 W. High.
Sheriff’s office personnel assisted Fostoria Police Department Friday night with an accident that occurred at West SR 18 and North TR 59. A driver was cited with failure to control, according to the report.
A caller in the 5000 block of North SR 53 reported damage to her vehicle Saturday morning, and she believed it might have been hit.
A caller reported Saturday morning a semi truck struck a stop sign at East CR 16 and South SR 67. A driver was cited with failure to yield.
A semi was reported in the ditch Friday afternoon at South Springville Avenue and South US 23.
Bellevue EMS made a squad run Saturday morning.