Daily Log, March 28
• A woman reported her daughter’s phone was taken from Tiffin Middle School, 103 Shepherd Drive, Tuesday night.
• Harley D. Shultz, 28, of Fostoria, was charged with contributing to a minor Tuesday.
• A 500-block South Main Street woman reported a woman tried to walk in her back door but walked away when confronted Tuesday evening.
• A 200-block West High Street woman reported what looked like a homemade spike strip in her driveway Tuesday night.
• A 300-block East Eagle Street woman reported their pole barn was broken into and items were stolen Wednesday afternoon.
• Citations of failure to follow road markers and driving under suspension were issued after a semi struck the viaduct on North Washington Street Wednesday morning.
• Raul Evora, 54, of Winston Salem, North Carolina, was cited with improper backing after an accident at Columbus Avenue and East Lytle Street Tuesday morning.
• Attica-Venice-Reed fire, Attica-Venice-Reed EMS and Republic fire responded to a possible field fire at TR 80 and CR 24. It was an inaccurate location, and Bellevue fire handled the call, a Seneca County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman said.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had two squad run Tuesday afternoons, one squad run Tuesday evening, two squad runs Tuesday night, two squad runs Wednesday morning and one squad run Wednesday afternoon. Clinton fire assisted once Tuesday afternoon and Sycamore fire assisted once Wednesday morning.
• North Central EMS and Green Springs fire had a squad run Tuesday night.
• Bascom EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run Wednesday afternoon.
•A son, Cash Lee Bogard, was born Monday, March 25, 2019, to Rebecca Miller and Wade Bogard of Sycamore. Cash weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces, and measured 20 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Deb Smith of Tiffin and John Miller of Sycamore. Paternal grandparents are Terry and Geri Bogard of Tiffin.