John Hurst, 36, of Tiffin, was charged with a parole/probation violation Thursday afternoon.
A 400-block East Perry Street caller reported early Friday morning a vehicle was entered overnight, and there was damage to the door. According to the report, police found no damage, and nothing had been taken.
Three Tiffin juveniles were charged with disorderly conduct Friday morning after an incident at Columbian High School, 300 S. Monroe St.
A 300-block Coe Street caller reported Friday morning medication had been stolen from her house last weekend.
A person was at the station Friday afternoon to report the theft of a lawnmower from the first block of Apple Street.
A 600-block South Sandusky Street caller requested to speak to an officer Friday evening about juveniles in the area provoking her dog to break out the front door.
A 400-block Coe Street caller reported Friday evening finding a baggie of possible marijuana on a walking trail at the park.
A first-block Adams Street caller reported a break-in Friday evening.
A number of vehicle break-ins were reported Friday night in the 300 block of South Monroe Street.
A 200-block West Market Street caller reported Saturday morning her ex-boyfriend was breaking stuff on the porch, then left on a bike.
A person was at the station Thursday to report identity theft.
A 9000-block SR 12 caller reported Thursday evening suspicious people were at her house asking for gas.
A 3000-block West TR 90 caller reported a scam Thursday evening.
A caller in the 2000 block of West US 224 reported Thursday evening someone had attempted to break into the home the previous night.
A report from the Seneca County Sheriff's Office, 3040 S. SR 100, said a male subject came into the lobby to report for jail time Friday morning, and during a pat down, a green leafy substance and baggie were found on his person.
Possession of drug paraphernalia was reported Friday morning in the first block of East Market Street.
A 4000-block East CR 36 caller reported Friday afternoon a subject came to their house Thursday and asked for gas.
A caller requested to file a complaint against a farmer Friday afternoon in the 2000 block of East SR 18.
A 500-block East SR 18 caller reported Friday evening a male was being verbally abusive to a female.
Brian Tucker, 21, of Fostoria, was charged with nonsupport of dependents March 19.
A caller reported Thursday afternoon a physical dispute between juveniles in the 700 block of Cherry Street.
A caller in the 400 block of South Main Street requested to speak to an officer Thursday afternoon about her daughter.
A caller from the Fostoria Clerk of Courts office, 213 S. Main St., reported Thursday afternoon they were holding someone on contempt.
A caller from Fostoria Community Hospital, 501 Van Buren St., requested police assistance Thursday evening for a person who was becoming combative.
An 800-block Spruce Street caller reported Thursday evening a female was causing problems.
A 1500-block North Countyline Street caller reported Thursday evening being harassed by subjects through email and Facebook.
A caller from Fostoria High School reported Friday morning a cell phone had been stolen from a locker. According to the report, the phone was returned, but other items might have been missing. An investigation was pending.
A caller from the Country Club, 747 Independence Road, reported Friday a female was being disruptive.
A 600-block Lynn Street caller reported Friday afternoon she made comments on Facebook that upset others who now wished to harm her.
A person was at the station Friday afternoon to report her friend had taken her credit card and Social Security card.
A 1200-block Peeler Dr. caller requested to speak to an officer Friday afternoon about a subject who threw a can of pop on her rental car.
A door was reported open Friday evening at JL Striff and Assoc., 1321 N. Countyline.
A 600-block N. Poplar caller reported Friday evening that her son was causing problems and it got physical.
A 100-block E. Crocker St. caller reported Friday evening that a male subject was at the door pounding to get in.
A domestic disturbance was reported Friday evening in the 800 block of Davoli St. According to the report, charges were pending.
A 200-block E. Crocker St. caller reported Friday night that a male subject was making threats and causing problems.
A 200-block E. Crocker St. caller reported Friday night that two males were there causing problems and one assaulted her daughter.
An incident was under investigation early Saturday morning after police responded to the 900 block of N. Main.
A caller from Circle K, 551 E. Lytle, reported early Saturday morning that a customer drove off without paying for gas. According to the report, damage was also done to the gas pumps. A subject reportedly ran from the incident, and a vehicle was towed. The incident was under investigation.
A paper deliver worker in the 600 block of Park Ave. reported early Saturday morning that a male was pounding on a door.
A caller from Dillon Road Home, 1021 Dillon Ct., reported Saturday morning that a subject at the residence was kicking and hitting personnel.
A person was at the station Saturday afternoon to speak to an officer about an unwanted guest.
A 100-block E. Fourth St. caller reported Saturday afternoon receiving death threats on her cell phone.
A 600-block Woodward Ave. caller reported Saturday afternoon that a break-in had occurred a few weeks ago, but he now had more information, and requested an officer.
A 1500-block N. Countyline caller reported Saturday afternoon that a male subject stole $10 from her purse while she was sleeping.
A car vs. bike accident was reported Thursday evening at Vine Street and Fourth Avenue. According to the report, one person was transported to Mercy Tiffin Hospital, and a citation was issued for a stop sign violation.
A car backed into a pole Friday night in the first block of Melmore St. A citation was issued.
A Fostoria juvenile was cited with improper lane change after an accident March 21 on East Lytle Street.
Christopher Fruth, 33, of Carey, was cited with a failure-to-yield on left turn violation after an accident March 21 on West Lytle Street.
A Fostoria juvenile was cited with a right-of-way stop sign violation March 14 after an accident on Summit Street.
A Fostoria juvenile was cited with a failure-to-yield right-of-way violation after an accident March 15 on West High Street.
Firefighters responded Friday afternoon to 194 Clay St. for an unintentional alarm activation.
Firefighters attended a training inspection Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of North Main Street.
Bloomville firefighters responded to an alarm Friday evening on Clinton St.
Tiffin Municipal Court
CSX Transportation, Jacksonville, Fla., pleaded no contest to unknown charge, $292.
Frances M. Shook, 111 N. Washington St., pleaded no contest to stop sign violation, $87.
Mary A. Fuller, 186 E. Market St., 225, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, $242; pleaded no contest to persistent disorderly conduct, 30 days jail, $92.
Samantha J. Phillips, 155 Miami St., 201, pleaded no contest to stop sign violation, two points, $117.
Courtney L. Carter, 441 Autumnwood Drive, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, two-day underage drinking class, eight hours community service, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering any establishment where alcohol served by glass unless primary business is food, $462.
Michelle J. Jensen, 300 S. Sandusky St., pleaded guilty to child endangerment, 180 days jail, 120 days suspended, no early release, parenting class approved by probation, random drug testing, no contact with co-defendant, $504; pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, 30 days jail, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $252.
Samantha M. Jensen, 300 S. Sandusky St., pleaded guilty to domestic violence, 180 days jail, 120 days suspended, no contact with victim, random drug testing, domestic violence counseling, not eligible for early release, $502.
Nathan D. Kin, 29 Augusta Lane, pleaded guilty to failure to control, two points, $136.
Michael A. Panuto, 37 Siesta Drive, operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded guilty to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, vehicle seized is ordered released upon payment of towing and storage, approved for restricted driving privileges, pay for/complete driver intervention program, six points, $593; pleaded guilty to assured clear distance, $35.