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Fostoria
accidents
Sunday:
• Complainant reported they believe a snow plow hit her son’s vehicle parked on Bricker Street; advised the driver’s side mirror was hanging from auto. Officer advised it appeared a plow possibly hit three vehicles’ mirrors.
Friday:
• Caller reported a vehicle hit a pole at a West High Street location; no injuries reported.
• Caller reported a fender-bender near the intersection of Elm and North Union streets; advised one vehicle took off and the other drove to the hospital for occupant to receive treatment.
citations
Saturday:
• Officer issued a citation for a red light violation after responding to reports of a non-injury accident near the intersection of East South and South Main streets.
thefts
Sunday:
• Complainant requested to speak to an officer about a possible theft.
Saturday:
• Complainant reported his West Jones Road residence was broken into.
• Caller reported he had an unknown female subject with him while he slept at a North Countyline Street location; advised when he woke up, $1,500 was gone.
• Complainant requested to speak to an officer regarding a subject that had been shoplifting at an East Lytle Street business.
vandalism
Saturday:
• Caller requested an officer at a West Lytle Street location; reported the back door was kicked in, unknown if anything was missing.
Friday:
• A Myers Court resident reported someone hit his front porch; advised he thinks it might have been the garbage company.
miscellaneous
Sunday:
• Seneca County Sheriff’s Office advised of a paper delivery person who appeared to be stuck at a Columbus Avenue location. Officer advised the vehicle is in the yard, advised someone would be contacted to have it towed.
• Caller reported a vehicle had been sitting at an East Tiffin Street location for more than two months. Officer advised the front tire was marked; advised owner to move the vehicle from the street or it would be towed.
Saturday:
• Caller reported her daughter was assaulted at an East North Street residence; requested to speak to an officer.
• A Walnut Street resident requested assistance in removing a bat from her basement.
• Caller requested a welfare check on his wife; reported they had been texting and he thinks she may hurt herself. Officer advised female is okay and has been advised of options if help is needed.
• A West Fremont Street resident reported she found a checkbook near her house.
• Complainant reported a vehicle parked on Circle Drive and it’s been there for a week; advised it’s hard to get up and down the street with it parked there because it is two feet off the curb. Officer spoke with resident who said it was his friend’s vehicle; advised there are numerous problems with the vehicle and he will have it moved. Officer marked vehicle’s tires.
Friday:
• Complainant came on station requesting to speak to an officer regarding threats against his juvenile daughter.
fire runs
Sunday:
• EMS responded to the 700-block of Columbus Avenue at 7:47 a.m. for a female who fell and was having hip pain.
• A Wood County Sheriff’s Office 911 transfer call requested EMS to the 700-block of Cherry Street for a male who had an accident with a snowblower at 10:22 a.m.
Friday:
• EMS was requested for an elderly female who was ill in the 100-block of East Fourth Street at 7:42 p.m.
Seneca County
accidents
Sunday:
• Deputy advised of a Hopewell Township plow in the ditch near the intersection of West Township Road 112 and North County Road 7; advised another truck was on the way to pull it out.
Saturday:
• Caller reported he was in a single vehicle rollover accident near the intersection of West County Road 592 and North Ohio 635; no injuries reported.
• The owner of a business on North Ohio 635 advised he was notified of a hit and run in the parking lot.
miscellaneous
Saturday:
• Complainant reported possible domestic violence at a West Ohio 18 location; advised his daughter had marks on her.
• A North Township Road 63 resident reported his ex was harassing him; advised she was going around telling others that she is going to burn his house down.

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