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Fostoria
accidents
Monday:
• Caller reported a private property accident at an East Lytle Street location at 1:50 p.m.
arrests
Tuesday:
• Two juveniles were taken into custody for a curfew violation.
• Chaz E. Settles, 32, 258 E. Sixth St., was brought down on a committal from court.
citations
Tuesday:
• Officer issued a citation for OMVI following a traffic stop at a Findlay Street location.
• Officer issued a seatbelt citation following a traffic stop at a Sandusky Street location.
• Officer issued a citation for speeding following a traffic stop at a Sandusky Street location.
thefts
Monday:
• Complainant came on station and reported someone got into his unlocked vehicle and stole CDs and prescription pills at a West High Street location.
miscellaneous
Tuesday:
• Caller reported the door to a Perry Street business is wide open. Officer advised he spoke to owner who got home late, advised it was possibly left open by accident, nothing was taken.
• Complainant reported a broken window at an abandoned house at a West Center Street location, thinks someone might have broken in. Officer advised back window was broken, it appeared someone tried to make it in. Officer cleared the residence and re-secured it.
• Owner of a Lynn Street location reported squatters on the property. Officer advised subjects will be gathering belongings and leaving that afternoon.
• Caller reported a property dispute at a North Countyline Street location.
• Safety Service Director Allyson Murray reported someone tried to break into an East Culbertson Street location. Officer advised of scratches on door, no forced entry.
• A Cherry Street caller reported being threatened by a neighbor, requested to speak to an officer.
Monday:
• Employee of a North Countyline Street store reported two individuals going through a dumpster and removing items. Officer advised subjects were not allowed back.
• Complainant reported her teenage daughter refused to listen to her at Van Buren and North Vine streets. Officer advised mother has juvenile and is handling the situation.
• 9-1-1 call reported a vehicle driving recklessly heading into Fostoria from Arcadia. Officer was unable to locate.
• Complainant reported three small juveniles walking northbound on Perrysburg Road with no adults around. Officer unable to locate.
• 9-1-1 call, complainant reported two males at an altercation at a South Main Street residence. Officer advised it was a dispute between neighbors.
• An East Tiffin Street caller reported a female on her property was refusing to leave. Officer advised female that, if she returns to the location, she will be arrested for criminal trespass.
• Female reported she lives near an alley on East Lytle Street and an intoxicated male was taunting her dogs. Officer advised he checked the area and was unable to locate.
fire runs
Tuesday:
• EMS was requested at 12:19 a.m. for a young male who was passed out at a location in the 400 block of West Lytle Street.
• Female requested a squad at 1 a.m. to a location in the 1500 block of North Countyline Street for a possible stroke.
Monday:
• 9-1-1 call at 1:59 p.m., EMS request for an elderly male at an East Sixth Street location.
• Wood County requested EMS at 2:55 p.m. for a male with severe stomach pains at a location in the 1000 block of Carrie Lane.
• 9-1-1 call at 3:38 p.m., EMS request for a female with low blood sugar in the 500 block of Bulger Avenue.
• EMS request at 5:52 p.m. to a location in the 100 block of Lewis Street for a female with chest pains and numbness in arms.
Seneca County
vandalism
Monday:
• Caller reported four subjects were vandalizing a bathroom at a West Ohio 18 location. Deputy advised there were four juveniles playing in the bathroom; advised no damage; advised them of noise complaint.
miscellaneous
Tuesday:
• Caller reported a male walking west on East Ohio 18 stumbled into the ditch and sat down. Deputy advised it was the same subject he checked on earlier; advised he wanted to continue walking.
• Caller reported a male walking along Ohio 18; advised he is difficult to see. Deputy advised the subject was not impaired in any way; advised he had food and supplies and was walking across the country.
• Complainant reported they were in the process of moving out of their West Ohio 18 residence and when they went back to get some items from the residence, a male was there and refused to let them inside; requested a deputy.

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