From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
A hit-skip traffic incident was noted Sunday in a parking lot at 100 Crystal Ave.
A man was apprehended Sunday after shoplifting three bottles of cologne from the Trenton Avenue Walmart.
A Toyota Corolla was keyed Sunday at 1322 W. Sandusky St.
A South Main Street resident on Monday said her Social Security number was used fraudulently to file a tax return.
A youth wanted under a warrant was located Monday at Findlay High School.
A female was facing a count of violating a protection order after being near another woman, who filed for the order, at an East Melrose Avenue locale Monday.
A pit bull running loose in the 1600 block of South Main Street bit a woman on the leg Monday.
Two Lima females were caught shoplifting socks from Elder-Beerman, 1800 Tiffin Ave., on Monday.
A man was arrested for criminal trespassing Monday after having been warned to stay away from Circle K, 1220 Tiffin Ave.
A South Blanchard Street citizen on Monday said his name was used fraudulently to open a utility account.
Sunglasses, a checkbook and other items were stolen Monday from an unlocked Chevy truck at 218 Shinkle St.
Domestic strife was noted at a Lima Avenue home Tuesday.
A temporary employee at Kohl’s, 7855 Hancock County 140, was arrested and subsequently fired after stealing a bottle of perfume Tuesday.
An attempted burglary was reported Sunday at 8230 Rockwood Drive.
Domestic disharmony occurred Sunday at a Scott Street home in McComb.
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 the Web at www.HancockCrimeStoppers.org.
Callers may remain anonymous.
From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:
Andrew A. Brant, 215 Park Ave., laborer, to Jessica S. Grant, 215 Park Ave., hairstylist.
Anthony W. Lonsway, 118 Center St., business owner/operator, to Jennifer C. Young, 118 Center St., teacher.
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
Universal Golf and Michael Mallett to Universal Golf, 15925 Township 205, Findlay.
Janice D. Click to Donald Click, 124 Santee Ave., Findlay.
Timothy J. and Alicia N. Saltzman to Joshua P. Saltzman, Lot 2, Wanda Way, Findlay.
Branch Banking & Trust Co. to U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 129 E. Eagle St., Findlay.
Christopher Warren to Noelle Warren, 501 N. Main St., Arlington.
Hancock County sheriff and Doris J. Heldman to Nationstar Mortgage, 6106 Hancock County 26, Rawson, $25,000.
Milstein Jaffe & Goldman to Gardner Brothers, 223 S. Main St., Findlay, $180,000.
Charlene M. and Harry P. Routson to Steven P. Routson, Jennifer S. Laureano and Jan M. Miller, 2424 S. Main St., Findlay.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
4:59 p.m., 12101 Hancock County 99, dispatched and canceled en route.
12 a.m., 840 Maple Ave., emergency medical service call.
9:22 a.m., 1916 Gayle Lane, emergency medical service call.