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Daily log, December 17

December 17, 2012
The Advertiser-Tribune

Tiffin reports

A first-block Main Street caller reported Saturday night finding both front doors to the home open, but nothing appeared to be missing.

A first-block Madison Street caller reported Saturday night two people were breaking into cars with coat hangers. According to the report, the subjects were looking in trash bins for scrap metal, and no sign of entry to cars was found.

A caller reported early Sunday morning a female had assaulted a male in the 100 block of Walker Street.

A caller reported early Sunday morning a male hit a female in the 200 block of West Perry Street.

An officer was flagged down early Sunday morning at Minerva and Noble streets for the report of a subject trying to break into cars. According to the report, police were unable to locate anyone in the area or any damage.

A 400-block Wentz Street caller reported Sunday morning a car window was broken.

Damage to a fence was reported Sunday afternoon in the first block of Main Street.

County reports

Vandalism to a barn was reported Saturday evening in the 4000 block of North SR 101.

A caller reported Sunday morning someone broke into his semi trailer at US 224 and US 23.

A first-block North SR 101 caller reported Sunday morning someone broke into his office.

A caller in the 11000 block of West TR 84 reported Sunday afternoon someone threw a rock at his house and damaged his siding.

Fostoria reports

A caller in the 500 block of Miller Avenue reported threatening phone calls Saturday evening.

A caller from Foursquare Church, 205 W. Lytle, requested to speak to an officer Saturday night about an incident that involved a few juvenile members of his church.

A caller requested to speak to an officer Saturday night about a shoplifting incident that occurred at Kroger, 126 W. High St.

Harassing Facebook messages were reported Saturday night in the 300 block of West South Street.

Tiffin accidents

A person was at the station Saturday night to report a crash that had occurred earlier in the day at US 224 and SR 18.

Tiffin Municipal Court

Appearances

Joshua E. Haudenshild, 32 Sycamore St., pleaded no contest to underage drinking, 180 days jail, 180 days suspended, residential alcohol treatment program, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering any establishment where alcohol served by glass unless primary business is food, $524.

Brandi L. Hamer, Tiffin, pleaded not guilty to falsification to purchase firearms, found not guilty, costs to state.

Scott A. Hill, Cambridge, contempt case dismissed because debtor's exam is completed and the contempt is satisfied, costs to defendant.

Timothy Ludwig, Wharton, contempt case dismissed because debtor's exam is completed and the contempt is satisfied, costs to defendant.

Nicholas J. Sclimenti, Lakewood, pleaded no contest to underage drinking, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, eight hours community service, complete/pay for two-day underage drinking program, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol or entering establishment sold/served by glass, $382.

Kenneth G. Culbertson, Green Springs, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, continue Firelands and medication, $476.

Adam J. Wertz, 66 Charlotte St., Apt. B, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, six-month license suspension, permanent weapons disability, $244.

Timothy R. Sweeney, Las Vegas, underage drinking case placed on diversion, $250.

Trisha M. Reffitt, McCutchenville, pleaded no contest to theft, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, make restitution, no trespassing at Tiffin Walmart, $464.

Deborah L. Broderdorp, McCutchenville, pleaded guilty to theft, 180 days jail, 165 days suspended, no trespassing at Tiffin Walmart, $496.

Erica T. Tyler, Fostoria, pleaded no contest to speed, two points, $134.

Chasidi M. Tackett, Fostoria, pleaded guilty to speed, $124; pleaded guilty to no operator's license, $35.

Brandon C. Adair, Clyde, traffic control light violation, $197.

James A. Stanforth, 39 W. Perry St., pleaded no contest to possessing criminal tools, 180 days jail, 60 days suspended, not eligible for early release, make restitution, $681; pleaded no contest to retaining stolen property, 180 days jail, 60 days suspended, not eligible for early release, $67; pleaded no contest to obstruction of justice, 90 days jail, not eligible for early release, $67; pleaded no contest to seven charges of aiding and abetting, 180 days jail, 60 days suspended, not eligible for early release, $155, $59, $59, $59, $59, $59, $59.

Clyde T. Bledsoe, Jamestown, preliminary waiver on possession of controlled substance, case bound over to Seneca County Common Pleas Court.

Charles B. Lee, Lebanon, Pa., pleaded no contest to criminal damage, 90 days jail, 80 days suspended, make restitution, $494; pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, 30 days jail, 20 days suspended, $197.

Tiffany L. Shaffer, 100 Longfellow Drive., theft charge dismissed, entry granting state's motion to dismiss.

Angela M. Mundy, 95 S. Monroe St., pleaded no contest to child endangerment, $240; operating vehicle impaired/under influence case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 180 days jail, 134 days suspended, two-year license suspension, 10 days actual incarceration, 36 days electronic house monitoring, six months SCRAM and ignition interlock, two years restricted plates, Firelands for alcohol assessment for multiple OVI offenders, prohibited from ingesting any alcohol, $891; pleaded no contest to failure to control/weaving, $35.

Timothy S. Stallings, Fostoria, preliminary waiver on robbery, case bound over to Seneca County Common Pleas Court.

Jason M. Jett, Clyde, pleaded no contest to operating vehicle impaired/under influence, 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, six-month license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges, complete/pay for driver intervention program, six points, $615; operating vehicle impaired case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor due to plea in companion OMVI case; pleaded no contest to no operator's license, $150; pleaded no contest to failure to control, $35.

Sarah M. Cooper, Tiffin, pleaded guilty to stop sign violation, warrant recalled, defendant released, $135.

Thie W. Runion, 18 Short St., pleaded no contest to traffic control light violation, $137.

Mary L. Distel, 68 Northwood Drive., pleaded no contest to stop sign violation, $5.

Mario F. Escalante, Highlandheight, Ky., pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $240.

Cody A. Kaya, 167 Main St., 31, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $240.

Kristen R. Zumberger, Sidney, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $250.

Kelsey E. Yost, London, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $250.

Christian L. Verde, Highland Heights, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $250.

Adam J. Manner, Bellevue, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $240.

Timothy M. Rigler, Mentor, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $240.

Shane M. Byrne, Euclid, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $240.

Jeremy R. Ashley, Perrysburg, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $240.

Andrew B. Cosentino, Canton, pleaded guilty to underage drinking, case dismissed, diversion completed, $250.

Kyle T. Shoemaker, North Olmsted, pleaded guilty to underage drinking case dismissed, diversion completed, $250.

Steven R. Lewis, 120 Melmore St., pleaded no contest to assault, 180 days jail, 63 days suspended, no contact with victims, random drug testing, credit for time served, $748; pleaded no contest to resisting arrest, 90 days jail, $63; pleaded no contest to assault, 180 days jail, 63 days suspended, no contact with victim, random drug testing, credit for time served, $203.

Jessie L. Underwood, 167 Minerva St., pleaded no contest to theft, 180 days jail, 150 days suspended, $415.

Kevin S. Martien, Tiffin, disorderly conduct case dismissed upon motion of city prosecutor for good cause shown, costs to defendant.

Arthur L. Wilson, Upper Sandusky, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, six-month license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges after passing urine screen, permanent weapons disability, $142; pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana, five-month license suspension, approved for restricted driving privileges after passing urine screen, permanent weapons disability, $87.

 
 
 

 

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