From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
Baby items were missing Thursday from a vehicle in the 300 block of Dunn Avenue.
Soda machines were nearly pried open Thursday at Another Wolfies, 8013 Hancock County 140.
A domestic dispute was noted Thursday on West Sandusky Street.
A parked vehicle’s mirror was broken Thursday in the 300 block of Defiance Avenue.
A person wanted under a warrant was found Thursday in the 1300 block of Ra Nik Court.
A female thief on Thursday stole items from Dollar General, 2721 N. Main St.
Officers arrested a man for violating a protection order Thursday at 947 Morse St., Apt. 1D.
Two purported joggers on Thursday were told never to return to the parking garage at 122 E. Crawford St.
A woman reported her rear tires were switched out Thursday in the 600 block of East Sandusky Street.
Someone scribbled a note on a napkin and attached it to a man’s car as he attended St. Marks United Methodist Church. “I’m going to stalk you and twerk all over 4 you,” it read.
Police on Friday arrested a drunken man for disorderly conduct as he sat along the 900 block of West Lima Street.
A rural Findlay man learned as he filed taxes Wednesday that someone hijacked his Social Security number.
Deputies investigated a Monday domestic dispute on Rockwood Drive in Liberty Township.
From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:
John P. Cheney Jr., 26, of Findlay, was sentenced by Judge Joseph Niemeyer to five years of community control sanctions, including the Hancock County Domestic Violence Program, and a reserved 17-month prison term. Cheney pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree felony charge of assault for harming Hancock County Sheriff’s Deputy Michael DeVore on Jan. 1 in Union Township.
Ryan H. Peterson, 39, of Findlay, was sentenced by Niemeyer to five years of community control sanctions, including 20 days in jail, a Century Health evaluation, and a reserved 17-month prison term for domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony. Peterson harmed a family member on Dec. 17 in Findlay. He was previously convicted of domestic violence in Findlay Municipal Court in 2000, according to the indictment.
Jason Crampton, 38, of Findlay, was sentenced by Judge Reginald Routson to five years of community control sanctions, including $130 restitution to the Hancock County METRICH Drug Task Force, and a reserved 10-month prison term. Crampton pleaded guilty to two counts of cocaine trafficking and one count of possessing the drug, all fifth-degree felonies. On July 31, Crampton sold less than 5 grams of cocaine on two occasions in Findlay. On Aug. 6, he possessed less than 5 grams of the drug in the city.
Nickolas R. Montgomery, 39, of Findlay, was sentenced by Routson to five years of community control sanctions, including $633 in restitution, 20 days in Findlay’s Work Opportunity and Rehabilitation Center, and a reserved 12-month prison term. Montgomery committed theft and forgery, fifth-degree felonies. On Sept. 9 in Findlay, Montgomery stole blank checks from a woman and forged a check.
Kathleen M. Holladay, 33, of Deshler, pleaded guilty to a lesser fourth-degree felony charge of heroin possession, a fifth-degree felony count of cocaine possession, and a fifth-degree felony charge of criminal tool possession. On Nov. 5 in Findlay, Holladay allegedly possessed between 5 and 10 grams of heroin. Routson is scheduled to sentence her May 21.
Dustin J. Crislip, 36, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree felony charge of trafficking in drugs and a fifth-degree felony count of trafficking in heroin. Crislip sold less than 1 gram of heroin on Aug. 8 in Findlay. Two weeks later, he sold less than the bulk amount of clonazepam, commonly referred to as Klonopin, within 1,000 feet of Findlay High School. Routson is scheduled to sentence him May 21.
Jaavaid A. Connin, 25, of Fostoria, pleaded guilty to two counts of cocaine trafficking, each a fifth-degree felony. Connin sold less than 5 grams of cocaine on March 14 and March 18 of last year in Findlay. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence him on May 29.
David C. Cortez Jr., 28, of Hoytville, pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of attempted trespass in a habitation when a person is present, a fifth-degree felony. He was originally charged with a fourth-degree felony count of trespassing on Nov. 17 at 412 N. Church St., McComb. Niemeyer is scheduled to sentence him May 29.
Angelina Pina, 42, of Findlay, pleaded guilty to misuse of credit cards, a fifth-degree felony. Pina used a Key Bank MasterCard of an elderly person from April 18 through July 12 of last year. Routson is scheduled to sentence her June 4.
Eric J. Forsyth, 39, of Findlay, was sentenced to two years of basic supervision, including a suspended jail term of 60 days and a $100 fine. Forsyth pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to properly file a tax return, a reduced, unclassified misdemeanor. He was originally charged with withholding taxes owed by his Findlay restaurant, Jed’s BBQ & Brew, between Feb. 1, 2012, and May 31, 2013.
Greg Hartley, 30, of Findlay, was sentenced by Routson to 16 months in prison for a fifth-degree felony count of heroin possession and a fourth-degree felony charge of trespassing at a home. Hartley had less than 1 gram of heroin in Findlay on Aug. 28, and trespassed Sept. 25 at 244 Madison Ave. when the resident was present.
Jonathan A. Jeffers, 35, of Findlay, was sentenced by Routson to five years of community control sanctions, including a Century Health evaluation and a reserved 16-month prison term, for two counts of drug trafficking, felonies of the fourth and fifth degree. Jeffers sold less than the bulk amount of hydrocodone on Feb. 14, 2013, in Findlay, and less than the bulk amount of oxycodone on March 19, 2013, in Findlay.
Jeffery A. Loofbourrow, 34, of Findlay, was sentenced by Routson to two years of reporting probation and a suspended 173-day jail term for a lesser first-degree misdemeanor charge of domestic violence. He was charged with a third-degree felony count of the offense for allegedly harming a family member on Sept. 7 in Findlay. He was previously convicted of domestic violence in Bowling Green Municipal Court in 2004 and 2005, according to the indictment.
Ronald K. Rose Jr., 32, of Findlay, was sentenced by Niemeyer to 30 days in jail or the Work Opportunity and Rehabilitation Center, and the domestic violence program. Rose pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree felony charge of domestic violence. Rose harmed a relative on Oct. 27 in Findlay. He was previously convicted of domestic violence in 2010 in Findlay Municipal Court, according to the indictment. Niemeyer reserved a 16-month prison term.
Michael J. Riggle, 38, of Reynoldsburg, was sentenced by Niemeyer to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to breaking and entering, possessing criminal tools and possessing heroin, all fifth-degree felonies. On Feb. 1, Riggle trespassed at the construction site of Hilton Garden Inn, at the corner of Interstate Drive and Northridge Road in Liberty Township, to commit theft. Riggle was found with a bolt cutter and less than 1 gram of heroin.
The following death rulings were issued by Hancock County Coroner Dr. Mark Fox:
Maurice Boecker, 72, of Findlay, died Jan. 13. Cause of death: self-inflicted gunshot wound. Final ruling: suicide.
William Nicholson, 36, of Lake Forest, Calif., died Jan. 20. Cause of death: diabetic ketoacidosis. Final ruling: natural.
Vic L. Krout, 62, of Findlay, died Feb. 19. Cause of death: aortic dissection and tamponade. Final ruling: natural.
Alexander Dennis, 32, of Mount Blanchard, died Feb. 2. Cause of death: gunshot wound to head. Final ruling: suicide.
Adrian Miguel Barajas, 11, of Findlay, died March 14. Cause of death: hanging. Final ruling: suicide.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
1:24 a.m., 105 S. Cory St., unauthorized burning.
3:36 p.m., 2725 N. Main St., emergency medical service call.