Zachary T. Ritchie, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with domestic violence for an incident Feb. 15.
Marissa A. Gates, 21, of Tiffin, was charged with selling alcohol to an underage person for an incident June 11.
Erica K. Bane, 28, of Tiffin, was charged with criminal trespass Friday.
Matthew C. Kurtz, 32, of Tiffin, was charged with possession of a dangerous drug and possession of drug paraphernalia Saturday. He also was cited with operating a vehicle while under the influence and a license plate light violation.
A first-block Main Street woman reported Sunday evening the father of her child hit her in the mouth.
A caller from Robenalt's Point Drive-Thru, 201 Clay St., reported Sunday night a man who appeared to be intoxicated attempted to sell miscellaneous computer items.
A caller from Seneca Window & Door, 147 Madison St., reported Monday morning the office had been broken into.
David C. Cowgill, 38, of Pataskala, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana Saturday.
A 300-block Union Street woman reported Sunday evening someone broke into her home and stole medication.
A man reported Sunday night another man assaulted him with a baseball bat on State Street. The man said he was not injured.
A 3000-block East TR 106 woman reported Monday morning copper wire was stolen from her garage.
Numerous signs were reported stolen Monday morning in Scipio Township.
An 1800-block North SR 4 person went to the station Monday afternoon to report the theft of medication.
A caller in the 200 block of McDougal Street reported a man and woman were fighting. The incident is under investigation and charges are to be filed against both involved.
A 300-block Summit Street woman reported early Monday morning her purse was stolen off of her porch. The purse was located in a parking lot next to her residence.
A 300-block West Tiffin Street woman reported Monday morning her garage and vehicle were entered over the weekend.
A caller reported Monday afternoon a concession stand at Meadowlark Park, 1225 S. Union St., was vandalized.
A woman went to the station Monday afternoon to report a mail scam.
A man brought his father to the station Monday afternoon to report someone was taking his money.
A caller reported Monday afternoon someone was breaking into a popcorn wagon in the 500 block of Stadium Drive.
Firefighters were called to 870 W. Market St. Monday morning for a false alarm.