Daily Log, June 1
• A man in the 300 block of Water Street reported damage to his vehicle Thursday afternoon.
• A first-block Circular Street woman reported Thursday evening fourth youths were throwing rocks at her garage.
• A person reported Thursday evening a man in the first block of Jackson Street broke a screen door.
• A first-block Maple Street resident reported early Friday morning someone was attempting to get inside the back door.
• A 200-block Hudson Street woman reported Friday morning her recycling tote was possibly stolen about a month ago.
• A person reported Friday afternoon locating needles in the first block of Adams Street.
• Duane A. Goshe, 77, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Thursday. A 17-year-old boy with special needs reported a man had offered to perform a sex act when the boy turned 18, according to Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court records.
• A person reported Thursday afternoon a child’s phone was taken at school.
• A 6000-block North CR 29 woman reported Thursday evening someone spray painted a vehicle.
• A 1000-block East CR 50 resident reported Friday morning a mower was stolen.
• A person was uncooperative and was shot with a Taser Thursday afternoon, according to a report.
• A person reported Thursday night a youth was tearing up black top in the parking lot at First Church of the Nazarene, 339 Sandusky St.
• A 400-block McDougal Street woman reported Friday afternoon being scammed.
• A 600-block Buckley Street man reported Friday afternoon his firearm was stolen from his truck.
• David R. Hutchens, 26, of Tiffin, was cited with improper backing after an accident at Hall and North Sandusky streets Wednesday afternoon.
• A citation of assured clear distance ahead was issued after a two-vehicle accident at South Countyline and West South streets Friday morning.
• Tiffin Fire Rescue Division had one squad run Thursday evening, one squad run Thursday night, one squad run early Friday morning, two squad runs Friday morning and one squad run Friday afternoon. Clinton fire assisted Thursday evening.
• Republic EMS and fire and the Echo unit had a squad run early Friday morning.