• 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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