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Three Tiffin men facing charges in connection to string of break-ins




Tiffin, Ohio — Three Tiffin men are facing charges after police executed a search warrant over the weekend in connection to a string of break-ins that took place Thursday.

On Saturday at approximately 8:50 p.m., the Tiffin Police Department Special Response Team (SRT) executed a search warrant on a trailer at 686 S. Sandusky St., Lot 109 with assistance from the Fremont Police Department, according to a report from TPD.

Police say that trailer is the residence of 29-year-old Andrew Foy and 34-year-old Gary Moore, who both have drug-related charges pending. Foy also faces potential charges of receiving stolen property and having weapons under disability, according to police.

During the search of the trailer, police found a stolen firearm, ammunition, and a camera, in addition to suspected drugs, evidence of drug abuse and drug trafficking, and some other potentially stolen items, according to a Tiffin Police Department press release.

After learning of a third suspect’s location, police attempted to make contact with 21-year-old Devin Logan around 11:52 a.m. Sunday.

Logan consented to a search of his home at 407 Nelson St., where police found a 9mm pistol that was stolen from the garage of a N. Washington St. home Thursday morning, the press release states.

Logan is facing potential charges of receiving stolen property and having weapons under disability, according to the release.

TPD Detective Lieutenant Mark Marquis expressed appreciation to the citizens of Tiffin as well as officers from all collaborating agencies for their work and cooperation.

“Without every officer and agency working as well together as they did, there was much less of a chance of being as successful as we were,” Marquis said in the press release.

According to a police report, TPD officers responded to the 400-block of N. Washington St. at 7:45 a.m. Thursday after a caller reported that someone broke into their garage and stole a gun.

At 9:08 a.m., officers responded to the 100-block of Second Ave. on a report of a breaking & entering.

Shortly after, at 9:14 a.m., officers responded to the 100-block of Third Ave. on another report of a breaking & entering.

Police say there are other items that were stolen Thursday that have yet to be recovered. Anyone with information regarding the thefts should call TPD at (419) 447-2323.