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

Police Department

A man was ticketed Tuesday for driving with a suspended license, running a red light, and failing to stop after an accident on West Trenton Avenue. He also was expected to be charged with driving a Pontiac Vibe without permission from 132 Monroe Ave.
Two women were taken into custody Thursday under warrants after being located near 752 Howard St.
A motorist was incarcerated for driving while intoxicated after attempting to drive away from a Thursday fracas with a group of people in the 700 block of Howard Street. The suspect has three OVI convictions since 2000. His passenger was found to be wanted under a civil warrant.

Sheriff’s Office

A Vanlue resident was questioned Monday after trash was found strewn in a yard at 12999 Ohio 330, Vanlue.
An Arlington man was cited Wednesday for failing to control a Chevy Aveo that skidded on an icy road, spun into a utility pole and damaged a guy wire at Hancock County 172, Jackson Township.
Those 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 the Web at www.HancockCrimeStoppers.org.
Callers may remain anonymous.

Municipal Court


From the public records of Findlay Municipal Court. The following people were sentenced:
Dustin W. Hayman, Robert L. Click, Ronald L. Rice, all of Findlay, driving under suspension (DUS); $250 fines.
Dusten D. Noel, rural Findlay, no operator’s license (NOL); $250 fine.
Joseph J. Salaz, Findlay, physical control of vehicle violation; $500 fine, 90 jail days with 60 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Orlando Mauricio Jr., Fostoria, DUS; $450 fine.
Robert J. Brinkman, Kalida, unreasonable driving for conditions; $155 fine.
Brandon L. Ludwig, rural Arcadia, DUS; $150 fine.
Maraiah N. Dewolf, Victoria M. Leonard, both of Findlay, petty theft; $250 fines, 30 jail days with 28 suspended.
Randall W. Nelson, Fostoria, speed; $100 fine.
Hannah L. Deal, Findlay, aggravated disorderly conduct; $250 fine, 30 jail days.
Garrett L. Kurk, Findlay, domestic violence, obstructing official business, and resisting arrest; $600 fine, 180 jail days with 130 suspended.
Caley B. Lambert, Findlay, possession of drug paraphernalia, reckless operation of a vehicle, changing lanes without due regard; $550 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
William A. Sheffel, Findlay, violating a protection order; $250 fine, 90 jail days with 89 suspended.
Brock N. Vanheck, rural Arlington, DUS and failure to stop after an accident; $1,450 fine, 240 jail days with 217 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Heather L. Clintsman, rural Upper Sandusky, reckless operation of a vehicle and driving between marked lanes violation; $400 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Nigel K. Dodds, rural Findlay, drug paraphernalia offenses and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (OVI); $525 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Christopher D. Silva, Deshler, drug paraphernalia offenses; $150 fine, license suspended 181 days.
James A. Ellerbrock, rural Findlay, OVI; $400 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Scott A. Keller, Findlay, physical control of vehicle violation, and turn and stop signal violation; $400 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 181 days.
Paul D. Ludwig, Findlay, OVI and DUS; $900 fine, 150 jail days with 137 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Andrew P. Oswald, Findlay, speed; $105 fine.
Gregory R. Thorp, Fostoria, NOL; $350 fine.
Matthew L. Walker, Findlay, OVI and speed; $600 fine, 30 jail days with 16 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Becky Clifford, Findlay, petty theft; $150 fine, 30 jail days with 29 suspended.
Cory J. Cramer, Findlay, petty theft; $250 fine, 30 jail days suspended.
Ashley L. Eaken, Hoytville, petty theft; $250 fine, 30 jail days with 25 suspended.
Daniel S. Gillen, Fostoria, aggravated disorderly conduct; $250 fine, 30 jail days with 20 suspended.
John C. Harshman, Carey, disorderly conduct; $150 fine.
Heath A. May, Findlay, NOL; $150 fine.
Wesley A. McCarty III, Findlay, drug abuse; $150 fine, license suspended 181 days.
Chelsie Rehus, rural Mount Blanchard, sales to/use by underage person; $250 fine, 30 jail days with 25 suspended.
John P. Routson Jr., Findlay, DUS, display of license plates violation, violation of travel restriction, and failure to stop after an accident; $1,650 fine, 150 jail days with 120 suspended, license suspended 181 days.
Sara J. Scheff, McComb, OVI; $425 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Robert M. Torres, Leipsic, disorderly conduct; $150 fine.
Ruben Vela Jr., Findlay, aggravated disorderly conduct; $250 fine, 30 jail days with 25 suspended.
Thomas J. Warner, Findlay, assault; $250 fine, 30 jail days suspended.
Joshua H. Anders, Rawson, open container; $150 fine.
Robert G. Lawrence, Findlay, drug abuse; $136 fine.
Cassandra L. Thomas, Findlay, possession of drug paraphernalia; $150 fine, license suspended 181 days.

Courthouse


From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:
Debra K. Hosler, 43, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to attempted deception to obtain a dangerous drug, a fifth-degree felony and lesser offense. Hosler was charged with a fourth-degree felony count of deception to obtain a dangerous drug. Her indictment alleged she obtained a prescription for hydrocodone in an amount between bulk and five times the bulk amount Feb. 12 in Findlay. Judge Joseph Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence her April 21.
Lori D. Hagerman, 43, of North Baltimore, pleaded guilty to two counts of trafficking in cocaine, felonies of the fourth and fifth degree. Hagerman sold less than 5 grams in Findlay on Sept. 24 and Oct. 4. The latter sale sold occurred within 100 feet of a juvenile. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence her April 17.
Aaron M. Taylor, 25, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to a fifth-degree felony charge of forgery. On May 23 in Findlay, Taylor tried to defraud a Huntington Bank account in the amount of $160. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence him April 21.
Stuart A. Henderson, 20, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to attempted felonious assault, a third-degree felony and lesser offense. Henderson was indicted on a second-degree felony charge of felonious assault for allegedly stabbing a Mount Cory man Dec. 22 in the 1900 block of Kirkwood Court. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence him April 21.
Robert L. Powell, 53, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to a first-degree misdemeanor charge of domestic violence, a lesser offense. Powell was charged with domestic violence, a fifth-degree felony, for allegedly harming a relative July 25 in Findlay. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence him April 3.
Nickolas R. Montgomery, 39, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to theft and forgery, fifth-degree felonies. On Sept. 9 in Findlay, Montgomery stole blank checks from a woman and forged a check for $60. Judge Reginald Routson is scheduled to sentence Montgomery on April 2.
Jenny L. Gary, 30, address unknown, pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence and two counts of heroin trafficking, felonies of the third and fifth degree. Gary altered syringe caps, tissues, heroin and plastic bags on March 1, 2013, in Findlay. She sold less than one gram of heroin on May 14 and May 17 in Findlay. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence her May 1.
Leroy Thompkins, 54, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to a fifth-degree felony charge of cocaine possession. On Aug. 17 in Findlay, Thompkins had less than 5 grams of cocaine. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence him May 1.
Bianca R. Garcia, 29, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to three counts of heroin trafficking, two fourth-degree felonies and a fifth-degree felony. On three days in August in Findlay, Garcia sold less than 1 gram of heroin, sold less than 1 gram of heroin within 1,000 feet of Jefferson Elementary School, and allegedly sold between 1 and 5 grams of heroin within 1,000 feet of the Jefferson Elementary. Garcia pleaded guilty to a lesser offense of the third trafficking count, initially a third-degree felony. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence Garcia on May 1.
James B. Smith III, 29, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to two fifth-degree felony charges of trafficking in marijuana. On Aug. 14 and Aug. 20, 2012, Smith sold less than 200 grams of marijuana in Findlay. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence him April 14.

Fire Calls


From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:

Wednesday

4:26 p.m., 217 S. Main St., vehicle accident.

Thursday

8:35 a.m., 515 S. Blanchard St., steam mistaken for smoke.

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