Public Record


From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:

Police Department

Weekend warrants were distributed to four area residents caught on Morey Avenue, in the 700 block of Sixth Street, on Factory Street and Center Street.
A child endangerment charge was requested Saturday against a Tiffin mother who left her child inside a vehicle in a parking lot at 1161 Tiffin Ave.
Weekend domestic disturbances were noted at houses on Marshall and North Blanchard streets.
A Glen Haven Court female was cited Sunday for having a marijuana blunt during a traffic stop in the 700 block of West Trenton Avenue.
Police were sent to a Sunday scuffle in the 300 block of North Main Street.
A Lima lass was ticketed for possessing weed in the 200 block of West Main Cross Street on Sunday.
A West Trenton Avenue male was jailed for domestic violence after harming and threatening his wife Sunday.
A hammock was cut at 602 Findlay St. The damage was reported Sunday.

Sheriff’s Office

A hit-and-run driver downed a stop sign Friday at the intersection of Ohio 568 and Biglick Township 255.
A hit-skip motorist smashed a stop sign Thursday near the intersection of Washington Township 218 and Ohio 12.
An Arlington resident was admonished for discharging firecrackers Saturday in the 500 block of North Main Street in Arlington.
Tools and a pistol were stolen Sunday from 320 E. Main Cross St., Arlington.
A lock on a barn was broken at 8890 Hancock County 203. This report was filed Saturday.
A residence and a Ford Escort were egged Saturday at 1700 Dakota Drive.
A Findlay man was warned last week to stop sending harassing text messages to his former sister-in-law.
An Allen Township woman said last month that a male had been sending unwanted text messages.

Anyone with information about a crime can call Findlay/Hancock County Crimestoppers between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays at 419-425-TIPS, or visit Callers may remain anonymous.


From the public records of the Hancock County Auditor’s Office. No money changes hands in some real estate transfers between family members, in some bank repossessions, and in some other transfers.

Real Estate Transfers

Ruth Musgrave, Michael Musgrave, Dean Mengert, Judy Mengert to Jeffrey and Cynthia Rickle, 204 Ambrose St., Arcadia, $80,000.
Robert Goshe to Cody Goshe, 1301 Logan Ave., Findlay, $75,000.
Jason and Morgan Heldman to Christopher and Michelle Hoffman, 510 G St., Findlay, $77,500.
Kaizen Property Holdings and Israel Reynolds to Curtiss Scalf II, 325 W. Hardin St., Findlay, $114,000.
Allen and Anita Shenk to Erik and Brianna Arent, 2025 Candlewick Drive, Findlay, $130,000.
Brian and Cassidy McClure to Eric Hahn, 751 Remington St., Findlay, $225,000.
Debra Howard to Michelle Smith, 2000 Cottonwood St., Findlay, $124,900.
Shirley Arft, Arft Family Living Trust, Lori Bailey to Jack and Judy Patterson, U-10, 1821 Pebblestone Drive, Findlay, $180,000.
Matthew and Karli Brown to Cail and Ashley Courtney, 7962 Township 237, Findlay, $162,900.
William and Kayleen Wolf Jr. to Millstream Area Credit Union, 513 W. Sandusky St., Findlay.
Michael Pizzuti, Rita O’Harra, Teresa Humphrey, Phyllis Carlile, James O’Harra, Craig Humphrey, John Carlile to Russell and Sherri Gordon, U-1, 801 Fox Run Road, Findlay, $135,000.
Tonia and Parker Dukes to Jeremiah Ross, 12903 Amanda Township 196, Vanlue, $224,000.
Tonia and Parker Dukes to Jeremiah Ross, 1.5 acres, Amanda Township 196, Vanlue, $7,430.
U.S. Bank National Association, Merrill Lynch Mortgage Investors Trust to Joseph Johnson, 302 E. Liberty St., Arlington, $53,000.
Raul Martinez to Aida Martinez, Lots 9438-9439, Payne Avenue, Findlay.
Mitchell Montgomery to Trevor Dodds, 21110 Hancock County 12, Bluffton, $105,000.
Fire Calls

From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:


10:12 p.m., 200 W. Main Cross St., medical assist.


8:35 a.m., 710 S. Blanchard St., gas leak.
12:40 p.m., 109 E. Lincoln St., good intention call.

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