• Van Antonio Adams, was taken into custody on a local warrant.
• A juvenile was arrested following a report of a suspicious female subject on West Fremont Street.
• Officer issued a warning for speed following a traffic stop at North Union and West Fremont streets.
• Officer gave a verbal warning for a stop sign violation during a traffic stop at South Poplar Street and Hissong Avenue.
• Officer issued a warning for traffic following a traffic stop on North Countyline Street.
• Officer issued a citation for assured clear distance ahead following a report of a two-vehicle non-injury crash in the 500 block of East Lytle Street at 5:05 p.m.
• Officer issued a citation for driving under suspension following a traffic stop at North Main and East High streets.
• Caller reported her landlord of a North Poplar Street address was coming over and screaming at her. She was advised of her options and to call if landlord comes over and causes problems. Landlord was warned to give proper notices and use the eviction process through the court.
• Woman reported someone is taking items from her mother’s home on North Main Street; false alarm.
• Employee at a Findlay Street location advised a semi clipped the gate and took out a NS box. Crossing arm was knocked off, but wire was still intact. NS was advised and they said they would send someone to fix it.
• Complainant advised she is a foster parent and has a 18 year-old foster child who is still in the foster care system. She advised her foster child was supposed to be home at 10:00 a.m. Monday morning after leaving the residence yesterday. Complainant texted him at 11:10 a.m. this morning & she has not heard from him since. She did not wish to speak with an officer, but requested a report on file.
• Female requested a stand-by while she picked up some personal belongings. Officer stood-by as she collected her things from a West Fremont location.
• Caller advised the father of her children was trying to take the kids from an Arthur Avenue location. Incident was a verbal altercation; male did not try to take the children. Complainant asked him to take the kids and he left with them. Everything was okay.
• Caller advised her ex-boyfriend is in her car and is refusing to get out and leave. Male half was gone upon arrival; advised of options.
• Complainant came on station and advised of a burgundy Chrysler with a handicap placard that has been sitting on the street for over a week with two flat tires. Vehicle of the owner came out and car was moved to private property.
• Complainant advised her boyfriend was refusing to leave her South Main Street residence and was becoming physical with her. Male half surrendered keys to residence. Officer asked if he was giving up his residence and he advised he was. Male stated his belongings are in his vehicle and have been in his car for the last month.
• Subject requested an officer for a suspicious vehicle in the West Fourth and Findlay streets area; unable to locate.
• Caller requested an officer for a cat with a can on its head. Officers were able to rescue the feline.
• Citizen advised of people being loud on West High Street; unable to locate.
• Caller advised of a possible impaired driver coming into the city on US 23 North; unfounded.
• A dog was loose on West Lytle Street; unable to catch dog.
• Caller advised of possible water main break on Perrysburg Road. Cones were set out and officer notified the water department.
• Caller advised of a male subject playing loud music from his cell phone near North Union and West Center streets. Officer checked the area and was unable to locate.
• Officer was out with a semi at Columbus Avenue and East Lytle Street; blocked the intersection so the driver could back up and stay on the state route.
• Complainant requested a welfare check on two children at a West North Street address. Officer was allowed to view the residence; noted the children were healthy and there was food in the home, however, it was in need of severe cleaning; information was forwarded.
• Officer was flagged down by a North Town Street employee regarding a vehicle that had been parked in the parking lot for months without moving. Dispatch attempted to make contact with the owner.
• A West Fremont Street complainant requested an officer as her husband was refusing to leave. Officer noted it was a verbal altercation as the male half was intoxicated but had gone back to bed. Upon callback, female stated he was being verbally abusive and belligerent. Female half was transported to another address; male half was warned for disorderly conduct.
• Caller requested an officer for a suspicious male subject on Plaza Drive.
• A South Vine Street caller advised of an unwanted male subject.
• Officer transported a female juvenile to Seneca County Youth Center.
• Caller requested an officer for a juvenile at a Maple Street location. Juvenile was taken in for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
• West Fourth Street caller reported an altercation; statement left for victim to fill out.
• South Countyline Street caller reported someone stole money out of his wallet.
• Caller requested a welfare check on juveniles at an East Fourth Street location.
• Van Buren Street employees requested assistance.
• Complainant advised of a suspicious vehicle on West High Street. Officer unable to locate.
• Caller stated juveniles were playing in the roadway near East Crocker Street and Columbus Avenue. Officer was unable to locate.
• An East Center Street complainant requested an officer for a female subject who was making comments. Subject was transported to the hospital for an evaluation.
• Officer reported a limb was on a power line on West Fremont Street.
• Caller reported a power line was down near North Union and Elm streets and the street lights were out; street department was notified.
• Caller requested a wellness check on two juveniles at a Gormley Street address. Officer made contact; everything was OK.
• Caller stated a vehicle was driving along the bike path near Lakeview Drive and West Center Street. Officer noted the woman was having minor medical issues.
• Complainant flagged officer down regarding a neighbor dispute. Officer noted the city owns the vacant lot on East South Street and anyone can play on it.
• EMS request to a 300-block North Union Street location for a 39 year-old male at 5:00 a.m. He was transported to the hospital.
• Officer issued a verbal warning for speed during a traffic stop at State and Diehl streets in Bettsvile.
• Caller in Hopewell Township advised he sells flowers on the honor system and sometime Saturday someone took 3 hanging baskets without leaving money for them. He wanted information on file, but advised no need to speak with a deputy. • Caller requested a deputy to an OH 18 address because her brother was “acting crazy” and throwing tables around.
• Complainant reported a juvenile was taking mail out of mailboxes near West U.S. 224 and South U.S. 23 and throwing it on the ground. Deputy was unable to locate.
• Tiffin Police Department reported a possible domestic altercation in progress. Female called TPD and stated a male subject was trying to shove her out of a Sullivan Street residence in Bettsville. Female left the scene prior to arrival and advised the male subject lived there and should have still been there. Further, she advised she did not want to return to speak to a deputy about the incident due to having her son with her. Another call shortly after, reported a female and male came into a gas station covered in blood. Female returned to scene. Dispatch squad examined her hand, which had some cuts on it from a window.