Daily log, April 2
Joyce N. Marsillett, 30, of Tiffin, was charged with criminal damaging Sunday.
A fight between high school students was reported Monday afternoon in the 200 block of South Washington Street. Police were unable to locate any problems in the area.
A caller reported Monday evening three men with hoodies, one of them with what looked like a gun tucked into his pants, were walking in the area of Vine Street and Fourth Avenue. Police were unable to locate the men.
A fight was reported Monday night in the 300 block of West Market Street. The caller reported one person involved may have had a gun. According to the report, Shaun M. Cramer, 25, of Tiffin, and Jason A. Kidwell, 38, of Tiffin, were charged with disorderly conduct
A fight involving several people was reported early Tuesday morning in the first block of Miami Street. Police were unable to locate anyone in the area.
A possible assault was reported Tuesday morning in the 100 block of St. Francis Avenue.
A first-block West Market Street caller reported Tuesday afternoon two syringes were in a driveway under a tree. The syringes were collected by police.
A caller reported Tuesday afternoon a man driving a vehicle pulled into Beechwood Park and slapped a small boy hard enough to give him a bloody nose. The man then left toward Market Street.
A man reported Tuesday afternoon another man threatened to kill him and his wife. The man told police the other man had stolen items from him.
Angelique M. Hinojosa, 21, of Wayne, was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident March 24.
Felica E. Fleury, 19, of Fostoria, was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident March 24.
A person went to the station Monday evening to report a sexual assault occurred in the first block of North TR 1044. Sgt. Larry Mackling of the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said the incident was found to have been consensual between two juveniles.
A 1700-block South Duchess Lane man reported Tuesday afternoon his landlord cut a lock off of an electric box and turned off the power.
A 600-block Lynn Street caller reported Monday afternoon someone threw some type of liquid on a vehicle.
A woman went to the station Monday afternoon to report a phone scam.
A caller reported early Tuesday morning an intoxicated man threw two wooden posts into the roadway in the 300 block of West High Street. A man was transported to a hotel.
A caller reported early Tuesday morning a vehicle pulled next to his in an alley in the 100 block of Findlay Street and no one was inside the vehicle. According to the report, the incident was an April Fools’ Day joke.
A physical altercation was reported Tuesday morning in the first block of US 23.
A 500-block North Union Street man reported Tuesday morning he sold his vehicle to a man and also let him use his license plates, but the man did not return the license plates.
A 500-block North Poplar Street woman reported Tuesday morning someone threw a cinder block through her vehicle window.
A 600-block North Main Street man reported a phone scam involving security systems Tuesday afternoon.
A 100-block Hissong Avenue caller reported Tuesday afternoon a credit card number was stolen and used online.
Mario Ramirez, 36, of Mansfield, was cited with failure to control following a non-injury accident Monday afternoon at East SR 587 and West TR 96.
Fostoria firefighters were called to Meadowlark Park, 1225 S. Union St., Monday afternoon for a small fire set by juveniles. A caller reported to the police that the fire was by the tennis courts.
Republic firefighters were called out Tuesday morning for the report of smoke from a microwave at an East TR 8 residence.
Kansas fire and Bettsville EMS had a squad run Tuesday afternoon.
Tiffin EMS had two squad runs Monday afternoon, two squad runs Monday evening and four squad runs early Tuesday morning. Ambulances also were needed four times Tuesday morning.
Bascom fire and EMS had a squad run Monday night.
Kansas fire and Fostoria EMS had a squad run early Tuesday morning.
Sycamore fire and Tiffin EMS had a squad run Tuesday morning,
Clinton fire and Tiffin EMS had a squad run Tuesday morning.
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