Caller advised of a non-injury accident at a South Countyline Street location at 3:49 p.m.
Thomas R. Barfield Sr., 55, 324 McDougal St., was arrested for persistent disorderly conduct.
Brian K. Tiell, 52, 4300 N. Circle 5, was arrested on a commitment.
Alex J. Ferguson, 25, 346 E. Jones St., was arrested on a warrant out of Hancock County.
Ryan R. Ross, 28, 1521 N. Countyline St., was arrested for criminal trespassing.
Officer advised he issued a citation for dog at large following a report of a canine attempting to attack another dog and knocked the owner over at a Westhaven Drive location.
Complainant advised someone broke into their Sandusky Street residence and stole copper piping and an air conditioner.
Caller advised someone stole a steel heavy-duty trash can from the side of their East Fourth Street residence.
A West Crocker Street caller reported someone stole a washer and dryer from that residence.
Complainant reported his North Town Street residence was broken into; advised cash and prescriptions were missing.
An East North Street caller reported a weed whacker and a lawnmower were taken from his shed; requested extra patrol.
A North Countyline Street caller advised she gave the clerk her credit card and they did not return it.
Complainant reported someone busted out the window to her Eastern Avenue residence and then started pounding on her door.
Findlay Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol requested K9 assistance with a traffic stop.
Juvenile came on station with an adult sibling and turned himself in as a missing juvenile from Marion. Officer advised Seneca County Sheriff’s Office transported the juvenile to Crawford county line.
Complainant advised of a suspicious male subject standing in the bushes at North Union and Liberty streets. Officer advised subject of complaint and advised him to move on.
A Columbus Avenue caller advised there was a drainage grid in front of his garage with what appeared to be dog feces and paper towels shoved down in it. Officer advised it appeared to be a sewer back up issue; advised a number for the sewer department was given to the caller.
Caller advised of a trespasser at a North Union Street location. Officer advised the subject he would be arrested for criminal trespass and persistent disorderly conduct if he continued his actions; officer advised it was applicable to all citizens and residences of the city.
Complaint advised of a suspicious male subject at a West Tiffin Street location.
A South Springville Street caller advised her puppy came up missing; advised someone told her the puppy was given to someone else. Officer advised they would be checking around.
Caller advised of a red light was out at South U.S. 23 and East Lytle Street intersection. Officer advised a message was left for the street department.
Complainant advised his juvenile daughter was being unruly. Officer advised he spoke with the juvenile about her actions.
Tiffin Police Department requested K9 assistance with a traffic stop.
Caller requested to speak to an officer regarding a subject that will not stop bothering him. Officer advised of options; advised he would try to contact the other party.
EMS was requested at 6 a.m. for a lift assist in the 700 block of Chesapeake Court.
EMS responded to the 600 block of South Main Street for a female subject having a possible heart attack at 6:31 a.m.
At 12:30 p.m., EMS was requested to the 400 block of West Lytle Street for a female subject with chest and abdominal pain.
EMS was requested to the 400 block of West Lytle Street for a female subject with chest and stomach pains at 10:40 p.m.
The Bettsville Fire Chief advised he was doing an inspection on a West County Road 592 abandoned house and found drug paraphernalia.
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