From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
A vehicle was stopped Thursday on South Main Street for a traffic violation and a male passenger, who had drug paraphernalia, tried to run while being handcuffed. He was Tasered by the officer. Crack cocaine was later found on the Concord Court male. He was taken to the Hancock County jail. He faces a felony charge for cocaine possession and additional charges for the drug paraphernalia and for obstructing justice. A female Risingsun driver was cited for a traffic violation.
A distraught female motorist, who stopped in the 1600 block of Tiffin Avenue on Thursday, reported an incident involving a homeless adult son. The male was found, arrested for domestic violence, and taken to the Hancock County jail.
A sheriff’s deputy talked to a woman in the 200 block of North Main Street, Mount Blanchard, Thursday morning after Arcadia school officials said a woman was using her cellphone as a school bus went by each day. The woman said the bus drives into her yard as it makes a turn and leaves tracks. She was taking photos of the offense. She requested a bus route change to avoid her intersection, and Arcadia officials indicated they would use a different street.
A laptop computer was reported stolen Thursday by a resident of West Clay Street, Mount Blanchard.
A Forest woman said Thursday that someone filed her federal income tax return electronically using her Social Security number, resulting in her tax forms being rejected when they were submitted by a local tax preparation company. She’s in the process of filing identity theft forms with the Internal Revenue Service.
A juvenile female, who didn’t get along with housemates at a Sweetwater Road foster residence, did not return after classes Thursday at Findlay High School. She was later found at a Perth Avenue residence in Highland Estates. Officials indicated to a sheriff’s deputy that the girl was not to return to the foster home. She was taken to the Wood County Juvenile Detention Center, Bowling Green, after being disruptive with a deputy.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
1:04 a.m., 316 Emma St., emergency medical service call.
7:27 a.m., 1500 Country Club Drive, unauthorized burning.
3:01 p.m., 157 Laquineo St., emergency medical service call.
4:15 p.m., Interstate 75, dispatched and canceled.