Timothy E. Murphy, 54, of Tiffin, was charged with criminal trespass Thursday evening.
A 300-block Benner Street man reported Thursday afternoon his girlfriend assaulted him.
A 100-block South Monroe Street man reported Thursday afternoon a man walked into the house. His son told him he was at the wrong address and he left.
A first-block Colony Avenue caller reported early Friday morning a man and woman were fighting and they heard the sound of glass breaking. Anthony J. LeGrant, 33, of Tiffin, was charged with criminal damaging and assault, according to the report.
A 300-block Benner Street caller reported Friday morning someone had gone through mail and a check was missing.
A man reported early Friday morning someone yelled and threatened him while delivering papers on Loudon Drive.
Items were reported missing from a garage in the 2000 block of CR 26 Thursday.
A first-block East SR 18 woman reported Friday morning she found a letter in her chain link fence.
A 7000-block North TR 82 woman reported Friday afternoon money had been stolen from her house.
Cody W. Love-Whitmer, 21, of Alvada, was charged with selling cigarettes to a minor for an incident Aug. 21.
A caller from Dollar General, 1515 N. Countyline St., reported Thursday evening a man was trying to use a bad check. Two men were arrested on warrants, according to the report.
An assault was reported Friday afternoon in the 400 block of South Town Street. The caller didn't wish to file charges.
A person reported Friday afternoon someone removed copper from a property in the 600 block of North Poplar Street.
A theft was reported Friday afternoon in the 300 block of West Center Street.
A one-vehicle accident was reported Thursday night in the 1000 block of North TR 109. A caller had reported a vehicle was in a ditch. According to reports from the Seneca County Sheriff's Office, a person was taken to Mercy Tiffin Hospital by a family member.
Firefighters were called to 160 Miami St. Friday morning for a smoke detector activation due to a malfunction.
Bascom firefighters were called to TR 109 Thursday night for an accident.