From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
A hit-skip crash was reported in the 900 block of South Main Street. The suspect’s vehicle was found, but the driver was gone when an officer arrived. The suspect was later located and arrested for drunken driving.
A car title and vehicle registration were reportedly stolen from an unlocked vehicle at 715 H St. on Friday.
A Defiance woman was taken into custody Friday for shoplifting from the Trenton Avenue Wal-Mart.
A residence at 213 Larkins St. was reportedly burglarized. This was reported Friday.
Criminal damaging was reported at 624 Swing Ave. on Friday.
A 404½ Washington St. residence was reportedly entered. Nothing was taken, but the front door was damaged. This was reported Saturday.
A civil dispute was reported at a South Main Street, Rawson, residence on Friday.
A Findlay woman was injured when she was struck by a beer bottle at a Bluffton residence on Jan. 24.
A domestic dispute was reported at a Township 14, Van Buren, residence on Thursday. Deputies were called back to the home 20 minutes later. On both occasions, a female was found highly intoxicated and a male was sleeping in a bed. The deputy advised there was no evidence of domestic violence.
An ex-boyfriend reportedly made threats against a woman who works at Whirlpool. This was reported Friday.
A Findlay man was cited for a right-of-way at a stop sign violation Friday after he failed to yield at Township 237 and U.S. 224. His vehicle struck a Tiffin woman’s vehicle.
From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:
Alexander G. Trimble, 20, of Findlay, pleaded guilty into intervention in lieu of conviction for trafficking in cocaine, a fifth-degree felony. On April 22, 2014, in Findlay, Trimble sold less than 5 grams of cocaine. Judge Reginald Routson oversaw the case.
Logan M. Kimberlin, 19, of Findlay, pleaded guilty into intervention in lieu of conviction for aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. On July 11 in Findlay, Kimberlin possessed less than the bulk amount of AMB-FUBINACA, a synthetic cannabinoid. Judge Joseph Niemeyer oversaw the case.
Lori A. Law, 50, of Findlay, was sentenced by Routson to five years of community control sanctions for three counts of trafficking in heroin and three counts of trafficking in cocaine, all fifth-degree felonies. Her operator’s license was suspended for six months. On multiple days in July and August, Law sold less than 1 gram of heroin and less than 5 grams of cocaine.
In a separate case, Law was sentenced to five years of community control sanctions for possession of heroin, a third-degree felony, and possession of cocaine, a fourth-degree felony. Her operator’s license was suspended for six months. On Aug. 19 in Findlay, she possessed between 5 and 10 grams of both heroin and cocaine.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
3:17 p.m., Howard Street, traffic accident.
7:26 p.m., 15776 Reimund Court, false alarm.
8:26 p.m., 1424 Logan Ave., emergency medical service call.