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Fostoria

arrests

Thursday:

• A juvenile was taken into custody following a report of the child assaulting her mother on Sandusky Street.

citations

Thursday:

• Officer issued a warning for traffic following a traffic stop on North Main Street.

Wednesday:

• Officer issued a warning for equipment following a traffic stop at North Town and East North streets.

• Officer issued a warning for a stop sign violation following a traffic stop at East North Street.

thefts

Thursday:

• Complainant requested an officer for items missing from a North Countyline Street location.

• A Woodward Avenue caller requested to speak with an officer regarding two stolen packages.

Wednesday:

• A South Union Street complainant reported her mom and sister stole her car keys and wouldn’t give them back. Officer advised of options and left forms to complete.

vandalism

Thursday:

• A Beier Drive complainant reported a window was damaged by a juvenile. Officer attempted to make contact with the parent; no one answered the door.

miscellaneous

Thursday:

• Caller requested an officer for a male on Columbus Avenue.

• Officer was out with a driver near Columbus Avenue and East Crocker Street who appeared to be lost.

• Caller complained of a vehicle parked in a yard on West Hissong Avenue. Officer spoke to a relative of the property owner regarding the vehicle and trailer.

• Officer responded to a parking complaint on East Culbertson Street. Officer left a note for the resident as no one was home.

• Officer was out with a vehicle parked on Miller Avenue with expired tags. Officer attempted to speak with resident about yard parking; left a message on the door.

• Subject came on station to speak with an officer regarding a burglary that occurred two weeks prior.

• Complainant reported for several nights someone had been snooping around a Kennedy Lane address and a vehicle driving through the area with no lights on; extra patrol was requested.

• Caller reported items were stolen from his parents’ grave on Van Buren Street. Cemetery employee advised they weren’t stolen but removed as they were against policy.

• Officer was out on a follow up on Northview Drive.

• Caller reported a vehicle was abandoned in a Stearns Road parking lot. Officer was able to make contact with the owner who stated someone used it and she wasn’t sure why it was at that location but would have it moved promptly.

• A Sandusky Street caller requested to speak with an officer regarding a juvenile.

• Officers conducted building checks along East Center and South Main streets; East Lytle Street;

• Caller requested an officer for unwanted subjects at a West Lytle Street location. Subjects left prior to officer’s arrival.

• Officer was out on a follow up on North Countyline Street.

• Findlay Police Department requested an officer locate a subject on Perrysburg Road. Officer was unable to locate.

Wednesday:

• A Woodward Avenue caller requested to speak to an officer regarding a possible theft. Officer noted all mail had been returned to the owner.

• Complainant requested an officer for possible telecommunications harassment.

• Complainant reported a possible impaired driver on North Countyline Street. Officer noted the subject was released to their daughter.

• Caller reported the mother of his child left a Maple Street address highly intoxicated making suicidal comments. Subject was detained and transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

• Caller reported a male in a motorized chair who appeared to be distressed near Center and North Town streets.

• Officer was out with loose dogs on East Lytle Street but was unable to locate.

• Complainant reported the neighbor’s dogs were running loose through his East Tiffin Street yard again. Officer did not observe the dogs at large; advised the complainant of options who said he has a video of the dogs in his yard. Statement form was left and charges will be submitted after officer receives the statements and video.

• Caller requested to speak with an officer regarding harassing phone calls she was receiving from her daughter; stated they had been ongoing for months

fire runs

Thursday:

• Squad was dispatched at 1:06 p.m. to the 200 block of South Main Street for a subject who passed out.

• Fostoria Fire Division responded to a report of a fire in the basement of a residence in the 200 block of Walnut Street around 1:13 p.m.

Wednesday:

• EMS was dispatched at 10:54 p.m. for a possible overdose in the 600 block of South Union Street.

Seneca County

citations

Thursday:

• Officer issued a warning for speed following a traffic stop at West Township Road 112 and North Township Road 66.

thefts

Thursday:

• A North Township Road 21 complainant stated someone used her credit card in Toledo.

vandalism

Thursday:

• A West Township Road 108 complainant reported property damage.

miscellaneous

Thursday:

• A Bettsville resident reported finding someone on his Union Street property and when confronted, they fled the area.

Wednesday:

• A South County Road 591 caller reported an abandoned motorcycle along one of his buildings but was unable to locate anyone or any notes. Deputy noted the motorcycle was warm to the touch and began to smoke when it was started; motorcycle was towed and would be held until it could be determined if the item was stolen.

• Hancock County Sheriff’s Office advised of a domestic violence situation at a South U.S. 23 address. Deputy noted no one was there.

fire runs

Wednesday:

• EMS was dispatched to the 4200 block of West Township Road 112 at 11:44 p.m. for a subject who was bleeding.

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