• Officer issued two citations for marijuana and one citation for improper display following a traffic stop at Columbus Avenue and East Crocker Street.
• Officer issued a warning for expired driver’s license following a traffic stop on North Countyline Street.
• Subject came on station to report fraudulent charges on his credit card.
• Complainant requested to speak with an officer regarding a stolen cell phone.
• Complainant came on station to report damage was done to their vehicle while on North Countyline Street.
• Officer was out with juveniles at North Town Street and Miller Avenue; observed them playing on the railroad tracks and advised them of the dangers and trespassing.
• Dispatch received an open 9-1-1 call; upon callback, male advised everything was OK.
• Officer assisted in jumping a vehicle with a dead battery on Summit Street.
• Officer assisted in a vehicle unlock on West Tiffin Street.
• Caller reported she was having issues with her North Countyline Street neighbor; requested an officer. Parties were separated and told to stay away from each other.
• Complainant reported subjects on North Countyline Street appeared to be fighting. Officer noted no disturbance; subject was home alone.
• A West Center Street complainant requested to speak with an officer about his dog being attacked by the neighbor’s dog.
• Officers conducted building checks on North Main Street, Perry Street, East Tiffin Street, South Main Street and East Lytle Street.
• Caller reported a suspicious subject standing in a vacant lot on West Crocker Street for more than an hour. Officer spoke to a juvenile who advised she was out enjoying the weather.
• Officer was out with juveniles near North Union and West Jackson streets; warned them for curfew.
• Complainant requested an officer for an intoxicated male causing problems on Hale Drive. Subject left prior to officer’s arrival.
• Train company reported an abandoned vehicle in between the tracks at Columbus Avenue and South Town Street.
• Complainant reported someone attempted to break into her West Eagle Street residence; advised she heard a steel drum being moved outside and then a subject walking with a cell phone in hand; requested extra patrol in the area.
• Caller reported he owns a Perrysburg Road property and people were squatting in the trailer out back. Officer checked the residence and it was clear.
• A Sandusky Street employee requested an officer to check out a vehicle left on the property. Officer noted both front tires were flat; advised of options.
• Caller requested an officer for an unwanted male at a West Fourth Street location.
• Caller complained of a vehicle parked on West Center Street. Officer marked the tires.
• Caller reported of a vehicle parked in the roadway on the overpass near West Tiffin Street and Jeanette Drive. Vehicle was moved by the owner.
• Complainant reported a verbal altercation on West North Street. Female left prior to officer’s arrival; male was warned for disorderly conduct.
• Subject came on station to speak with an officer in reference to an unruly juvenile. Officer spoke with the juvenile.
• EMS was dispatched to the 300 block of East Tiffin Street for an unresponsive male at 7:49 a.m.
• EMS was out on a call at 6:27 p.m. in the 700 block of Sandusky Street.
• Squad was requested to the 100 block of South Adams Street at 6:25 p.m. for a female who fell.
• Deputy issued a warning for speed following a traffic stop at West U.S. 224 and South Township Road 109.
• Deputy issued a warning following a traffic stop on West Township Road 112.
• Fostoria Police Division advised of a 9-1-1 hangup from a North Cheryl Drive address. Deputy spoke to the father and children; there were no problems.
• Deputy was out with a disabled vehicle at North Ohio 536 and West Ohio 12. Subject had help on the way
• Delivery person reported seeing an older, naked man hiding behind a tree on West County Road 10. Deputies spoke with the neighbors and they didn’t have any ideas who it could be.
• Train company reported an abandoned vehicle on the tracks at West Township Road 114; all train traffic was stopped. Train company looked into the vehicle, which appeared to belong to an employee; train traffic resumed.