Public Record

Fostoria
accidents
Friday:
• A caller reported a semi truck hitting another truck as it turned onto the intersection of McDougal and North Poplar streets at 1:19 p.m. Officers advised their was minor damage to the truck, but the semi left the scene. Officers advised pictures were taken of the damage, but they were unable to locate the semi.
Thursday:
• A caller advised officers of a male subject backing into her father’s house in the 1300 block of Fairway Lane at 6:07 p.m. Officers advised there was a six foot crack in the wall and they advised the caller of her options.
arrests
Thursday:
• Officers advised they arrested Paul D. Young, 35, of 309 E. Merry St. Charges included failure to appear.
citations
Thursday:
• Officers advised they issued a citation to a driver for not wearing their seatbelt near the intersection of Atha Avenue and South Poplar Street.
• Officers advised they issued a citation to a North Countyline Street Driver for not wearing their seatbelt.
thefts
Friday:
• A caller reported his hammock stolen from his Hart Avenue residence. Officers advised the report is on file.
Thursday:
• A Sycamore Street caller reported the sticker from his license plate stolen. Officers advised the report is on file.
• A West Tiffin Street caller reported her son’s phone as stolen. Officers advised the caller of her options.
miscellaneous
Friday:
• A caller reported a dog barking constantly in a West Crocker Street residence. Officers advised the owner was not home and the dog was not barking when they arrived.
• An Anderson Avenue caller reported her neighbors yelling at her boyfriend for pulling weeds. Officers advised the neighbors thought the boyfriend was looking in their windows and both parties were warned for disorderly conduct.
• A West Jackson Street caller advised he was walking to retrieve his phone that his uncle reported as stolen. Officers advised the subject did not know his uncle’s last name and requested to speak with an officer.
• A Perrysburg Road caller reported a suspicious male subject walking on State Route 199. Officers advised they warned the subject for jay walking.
• An East Crocker Street caller reported his girlfriend took his car and won’t tell him where it is. Officers advised both parties claimed the other for last having the vehicle. Officers will be on the look out for the vehicle.
• A caller reported a suspicious male subject who said he was selling educational toys and tried to barge into her Davoli Street residence. Officers advised they were unable to locate the subject’s vehicle.
• A Plaze Drive caller requested an unlock for his vehicle. Officers advised they rendered assistance.
• A caller reported people parking in the boulevard and on the sidewalk at a North Union Street location. Officers advised they checked the area and all vehicles were legally parked.
• A Peeler Drive caller reported receiving continuous text messages from her daughter’s boyfriend. Officers advised they told the caller of her options.
• A caller reported a female subject yelling and swearing at a small child in a West High Street parking lot. Officers advised they made contact with the subjects and everything seemed fine.
Thursday:
• A North Main Street citizen flagged down an officer to pick up a contraband item. An officer advised he was unable to locate the item.
• A caller reported someone stealing her keys in an East Lytle Street business. Officers advised the subject grabbed for his keys and inadvertently grabbed the caller’s keys. Officers advised the subject returned the keys.
• A North Town Street caller reported a male subject and friend repeatedly driving past their house and staring at them. Officers advised the caller of their options.
• A caller requested to speak with an officer about a female subject who found his dog and won’t return it.
• A Columbus Avenue caller reported a possible impaired driver coming into town. Officers advised they were unable to locate the subject.
• North Union Street employees requested an officer to stand by as they left the building and went to their vehicles because they heard someone knocking. An officer advised he rendered assistance.
• A Beier Drive caller reported a male subject trespassing. Officers advised they saw the subject’s van and would be on the lookout for the subject.
fire runs
Friday:
• EMS responded to the 600 block of Westhaven Drive at 8:26 a.m. to assist an elderly female who was found crawling in the grass and couldn’t keep her balance.
• EMS responded to the 600 block of Foster Street at 10:58 a.m. to assist a female subject who was diabetic and lethargic.
• EMS responded to the 300 block of South Wood Street at 11:15 a.m. to assist an elderly female with bowel obstruction.
Thursday:
• EMS responded to the 200 block of Bricker Street at 4:46 p.m. to assist male subject with a nail in his foot.
• EMS responded to the 200 block of West Lytle Street at 8:52 p.m. to assist an elderly ill female.
Seneca County
accidents
thefts
Thursday:
• A West Township Road 102 caller reported lumber stolen from his property.
miscellaneous
Friday:
• A West Ash Street caller requested to speak to a Deputy about fraudulent charges on his bank account.
Thursday:
• A caller advised of three barking dogs inside a house with the windows down and no electric at a North Township Road 63 location. A deputy advised he told the caller he couldn’t break into check on the dogs but would notify the Humane Society and dog warden.
• A Diehl Street caller reported receiving a voice mail from a male subject threatening to execute her in Magistrate Court if she didn’t call him back.