From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
Domestic acrimony was noted Monday at homes on Foraker Avenue and Crystal Glen Boulevard.
A laptop computer was taken Tuesday from 234 E. Pine Ave.
A person working at Findlay Vinyl, 1331 Broad Ave., was taken into custody under a warrant Tuesday.
A wallet was whisked from an unlocked Jeep Liberty on Tuesday in the 800 block of West Main Cross Street.
A Pontiac was scratched at 114½ Fair St. on Tuesday.
An Ely Avenue citizen on Tuesday said someone attempted to write checks on her bank account without permission.
A hit-skip motorist slammed into a mailbox Monday at 447 Allen Township 14.
A rural Sycamore man was cited Monday for failing to control a Dodge Ram that struck a road sign before coming to rest in a yard at 15145 Ohio 568.
A tractor-trailer driver was ticketed Monday for operating a vehicle without reasonable control after his rig got stuck in mud, blocking traffic on U.S. 224 near Hancock County 223.
A rural Mount Cory male, 17, was charged with underage consumption of alcohol stemming from a traffic infraction Sunday in Mount Cory.
Domestic acrimony was reported recently at abodes on East Main Cross Street in Arlington, on Redwood Drive, and on North High Street in Jenera.
An open burning complaint was handled Monday at 1407 Brooklawn.
A vehicle was vandalized at 10380 Edgewood Drive in late March.
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. Hecker, 1898 Eggleston Ave., systems developer, to Jaclyn M. Bible, 1898 Eggleston Ave., analyst.
Javier Alfaro, 241 E. Pearl St., cook, to Michaela N. Tattrie, 241 E. Pearl St., state-tested nurse aide.
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
Vicki L. Corwin and Robert L. Yoakum Trust to Gregory B. McDermott, 261 E. Winter Woods Drive, Findlay, $145,000.
Dereck J. Coleman and Hancock County sheriff to Huntington National Bank, 617 W. North St., Fostoria, $28,000.
Pneuman Properties to DCW Advantage Enterprise, 1732 Queenswood Drive, Findlay, $55,000.
Tyler J. and Lindsay J. Lieurance to Kevin M. and Aimee L. Hawley, 2371 Bluestone Drive, Findlay, $168,000.
Mark A. and Kim M. Kintner to Toni A. Geren, 432 H St., Findlay.
Ivan Hoge to Orma, David E., Dean A. Hoge, Sheila A. Bibler and Suzanne M. O’Connor, 1201 Maple Ave., Findlay; and 222 S. Main St., Findlay.
Thomas E. and Diane M. Alspach to Joe E. Adkins, 15462 Hancock County 9, Findlay, $190,000.
Jeremy L. Wilson to William R. Newhouse and Jeannine M. Hovancik, 7872 U.S. 224, Findlay, $149,300.
Roger J. and Alice D. Brickner to Adam S. Mock, 5904 Township 243, Findlay, $159,000.
James R. Brown to Syndle A. Wiggins, 860 Summit St., Findlay, $67,500.
David E. Spitler to David E. and Juliane R. Spitler, Lot 4614, Sherry Street, Findlay.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
8:49 a.m., 2060 Breckenridge Road, dispatched and canceled.
11:36 a.m., 614 Lima Ave., power line down.
11:59 a.m., 604 Center St., unauthorized burning.
12:40 p.m., 434 Frazer St., emergency medical service call.
3:49 p.m., 520 N. Cory St., emergency medical service call.
5:14 p.m., 1996 Tiffin Ave., dispatched and canceled.