A 300-block Water Street woman reported Saturday evening someone kneed her pregnant sister in the stomach, and she was taking her to the emergency room.
A theft was reported Saturday evening in the first block of Coe Street.
A person reported Saturday evening a person in the 600 block of South Sandusky Street was assaulted.
A 100-block East Market Street resident reported Saturday evening a woman was yelling she had been assaulted.
A first-block East Davis Street resident reported Saturday night being assaulted.
Devon M. Sharp, 18, of Athens, Ohio, was charged with underage possession/consumption early Sunday morning.
Jennifer N. Murphy, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with underage possession/consumption early Sunday morning.
John V. Carroll, 50, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday afternoon.
Larry J. Baker, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with a parole/probation violation Sunday after an incident Saturday.
A person in the 200 block of South Monroe Street reported Sunday afternoon a man was attacking a woman with a child.
A 200-block West Perry Street man reported Sunday evening he returned home, his door was kicked open and belongings were stolen.
A person reported early Monday morning a man hit a woman in the 2000 block of West SR 18.
A person reported early Monday morning an assault victim in the 800 block of Miami Street was being treated in an emergency room.
A person reported early Monday morning a woman ran from a house in the first block of Erie Street after her boyfriend punched her in the face.
A person reported Monday morning a customer of Circle K, 806 W. Market St., found a bag of marijuana.
A 100-block Taft Boulevard woman reported Saturday afternoon a man touched her daughter's buttocks.
A 900-block Williston Avenue resident reported Saturday evening a juvenile was assaulted.
A man in the 300 block of East Fremont Street reported Sunday morning his vehicle window was broken.
A person reported Sunday morning someone broke into a shed in the 500 block of Bulger Avenue. A lawn mower, dryer and dog kennel were taken.
Seneca County Sheriff's Office advised Sunday afternoon a 1000-block North Countyline Street man had his food stamp card stolen while he was in the hospital.
A 700-block Oaklawn Avenue woman went to the station Sunday evening to report an assault.
A shoving match was reported in the 300 block of East North Street Sunday evening.
A 200-block West Crocker Street woman reported Sunday night a woman stole money from her.
An employee of Circle K, 1245 N. Countyline St., reported shoplifting early Monday morning.
A person went to the station Monday morning and reported flags were being stolen.
A 400-block Thomas Street woman requested deputies Saturday afternoon because her intoxicated husband shoved and pushed her.
A man requested a deputy Saturday evening because three of the four tires on his vehicle apparently were slashed while his vehicle was parked at a residence on East CR 32.
A 200-block Elm Street woman reported Saturday evening two men were fighting in her residence.
An 11000-block West SR 18 man reported Saturday night two women were fighting.
A 2000-block North TR 165 man reported Saturday night a woman tried to take an air conditioner unit from a back window.
A 14000-block East TR 8 man requested deputies early Sunday morning because he caught someone trying to break into his residence through a living room window.
A man reported early Sunday morning a break-in at American Legion, 3751 W. SR 12. A door handle was knocked off.
A 10000-block West TR 36 resident reported early Monday morning people were taking items.
A 1000-block South SR 53 man reported early Monday morning a person was trying to take a bicycle from his property.
A person reported Monday morning a theft at G & L Shell, 2942 S. SR 100.
An injury accident was reported at South Sandusky and West Market streets Sunday morning.
A citation of failure to control was issued Sunday afternoon after a vehicle struck a pole in the 100 block of Melmore Street.
A four-wheeler accident was reported in the 7000 block of North CR 5 Sunday evening.
State Patrol accident
Dorothy M. Swedersky, 83, of Fremont, was cited with turn and stop signals after an accident at US 224 and SR 53 Sunday night.
Brandon L. Click, 28, of Findlay, was cited with operation without reasonable control after an accident at Shephard Drive and Nickel Plate Place Aug. 24.
Thomas L. Preble, 49, of Burgoon, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at US 23 and SR 199 Aug. 27.
Juanita M. Garcia, 37, of Helena, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at South Union and West South streets Aug. 27.
Joshua P. Haynes, 24, of Fostoria, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after an accident at SR 18 and Nichols Street Thursday morning.
Misty D. Brown, 33, of Findlay, was cited with failure to maintain lanes of travel after an accident at West South and South Countyline streets Friday afternoon.
Brett A. Thomas, 28, of Fostoria, was cited with improper backing after an accident in the 600 block of South Main Street Saturday night.
Judith A. Price, 69, of Gibsonburg, was cited with a red light violation after an accident at North Countyline Street and Jones Road Sunday afternoon.
Firefighters were called out for a citizen complaint at 106 Huss St. Saturday afternoon.
Firefighters were called to assist police or other governmental agency at 117 Melmore St. Sunday afternoon.
Firefighters were called to a smoke investigation in the 600 block of North Countyline Street early Sunday morning. Nothing was found.
Firefighters were called to an accident at 1694 N. Countyline St. Sunday afternoon. They found two vehicles with mild damage and assisted the EMS.
Firefighters were called to an open burn at 170 Elm St. Sunday night. They found a small fire in the back yard, advised the resident of open burning laws and extinguished the fire.
Firefighters were called to a fire alarm at 595 Stearns Road Monday morning. They found a problem with an elevator, shut it down and helped residents return to their rooms.
Firefighters were called to an odor investigation at 448 College Ave. Monday afternoon. They found a hot water heater unit had burned up and advised people to contact the landlord. The breaker wouldn't reset.