From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
A person who went to the city police department to report stolen tires was taken into custody under a Hardin County warrant Friday.
A Bright Road resident expressed concern Friday that her identity may have been used without permission to obtain a criminal record check on another person from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
Profanities and obscene pictures were scribbled with a permanent marker on to playground equipment last week at Jacobs Elementary School.
A female was foiled Friday after filching a chain and dog tag from Spencer’s Gifts, 1800 Tiffin Ave.
Two people wanted under separate warrants were found Friday at 2215 Jennifer Lane, Apt. 8, and the 200 block of West Wallace Street.
An inebriated, irate man was arrested for persistent disorderly conduct following a Friday commotion at Great Scot, 301 W. Main Cross St.
Weekend domestic frays were noted inside residences at West Sandusky, Washington and South streets.
An intoxicated male was charged with domestic violence and obstructing official business after kicking his former girlfriend inside a North Main Street apartment Friday.
A drunken patron — upset over purported flat beer he had been served — was issued a permanent trespass warning for the VFW post, 330 S. Blanchard St., on Friday.
A motorist with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.242 was arrested for drunken driving Saturday after steering erratically on Bolton Street.
An unsober University of Findlay student was expected to be charged with criminal mischief after tipping over a university-owned golf cart on campus Saturday.
A window was smashed Saturday on to a van outside 218 Elm St.
Authorities investigated a report Saturday that a man — a registered sex offender — had been left by another adult to look after a city youth at the boy’s home.
A driver with a BAC of 0.147 was charged with driving under the influence following a traffic infraction Sunday on Morey Avenue.
Two men in a silver Kia departed Murphy USA Oil, 1181 W. Trenton Ave., without settling a fuel bill Sunday.
Domestic disagreements were noted recently inside dwellings on East Main Cross Street in Arlington, Ohio 613 near Van Buren and Hancock County 15 near Bluffton.
Drug paraphernalia and marijuana were seized from a Pontiac stopped Friday on Ohio 235 in Pleasant Township.
A burglary was investigated Friday at 16232 Jackson Township 166, Arlington.
A Findlay male with a blood alcohol content BAC of 0.152 was arrested for driving under the influence, having a suspended license and failing to comply with police order after trying to elude authorities on a brief auto chase that spanned East Trenton Avenue to Dundee Trail on Saturday.
Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were located in the trunk of a Ford stopped Thursday on Trenton Avenue.
Anyone with information about a crime can call Findlay/Hancock County Crimestoppers HancockCrimeStoppers.org.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
1:30 a.m., 1728 Hilton Ave., emergency medical service call.
4:50 p.m., 1220 Tiffin Ave., vehicle accident.
1:33 a.m., 1011 Graceland Ave., emergency medical service call.
4:57 a.m., 802 W. Melrose Ave., emergency medical service call.