From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
A Foraker Avenue fellow was charged with driving while intoxicated after striking a parked truck Monday on West Melrose Avenue.
A Defiance Avenue man, wanted under a Hardin County warrant, was taken into custody Monday during a traffic stop in the 500 block of North Cory Street.
A North Main Street male was arrested for domestic violence after threatening his girlfriend Monday.
Customers using foul language who allowed their service dog to eat from a table at Steak ‘n Shake, on Broad Avenue, were given trespass warnings for the restaurant Monday. One person in the group was cited for having an open container of alcohol.
A homeless man who took a can of beer from Exxon, on West Trenton Avenue, was charged with petty theft Monday.
Four Findlay men wanted under separate warrants were captured recently at 210 Midland Ave., and on Crystal Avenue, Clinton Street and West Trenton Avenue.
Money and other items were taken Tuesday from an auto at 306 Defiance Ave.
Domestic tumult was noted at a South West Street location Tuesday.
Two city men who threatened each other while squaring off in the middle of East Sandusky Street were charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday.
Two unsober city residents were arrested for disorderly conduct after separate incidents on Center Street and Dorney Plaza.
A hit-skip driver slammed into a road sign at the intersection of Ohio 235 and Hancock County 97. This was reported Monday.
A Findlay man was taken into custody under a warrant after authorities responded to a Tuesday assault at 2200 Blanchard Ave.
A North Baltimore ATV driver crashed into a fence at the Hancock County Fairgrounds on Tuesday. No injury was noted.
An Eagle Township male was jailed for aggravated menacing following a Tuesday disturbance at 13639 Hancock County 9.
Domestic turmoil occurred at a Jackson Township residence Sunday.
A ruckus was reported last month in the stands of a Cory-Rawson/Bluffton football contest.
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 www.HancockCrimeStoppers.org.
Callers may remain anonymous.
From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:
Shane Troyer, sales representative, and Jasmine Foster, bartender, both of Findlay.
Larry Challen and Ruth Alexander, both of Findlay, both retired.
Ronald Naliborski, labor team member, and Kiley Siegel, student, both of Findlay.
Ronald Jones, Lima, mechanic, and Whitley Poe, Findlay, waitress.
Chase Kenner, laborer, and Cassandra Walton, home lending advocate, both of Findlay.
Glennda Snyder, respiratory specialist, and Robin Cramer, manager EVS, both of Findlay.
Daniel Piero, Findlay, software system engineer, and Amy Warren, rural Jenera, music educator.
Andrew Coalt, general assembly, and Heather Meredith, occupational therapist, both of Fostoria.
Dennis DeGerald, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, electric risk consultant, and Melanie Weber, Findlay, state tested nurse’s aide.
Jeremiah Ross, conductor, and Chelsea Tritchler, teacher, both of rural Vanlue.
Markus Kimmell, fabricator, and Angela Buettner, sales associate, both of Findlay.
Caitlin Tuohy, project manager, and Matthew Crates, worker, both of Findlay.
Cheryl Bowland and William Bowland, dissolution.
Katheryn Cook and Matthew Cook, dissolution.
Karen Curto and Joseph Curto Jr., dissolution.
Caitlin Rizor and Tevin Rizor, dissolution.
Amanda Sherer and Patrick Sherer, dissolution.
Clint Gibson from Shawna Gibson, divorce.
Kristy Torongeau from Christopher Torongeau II, divorce.
From the public records of Hancock County Coroner Dr. Mark Fox.
Drucilla Heckert, 40, of Mount Blanchard, died Aug. 14. Cause of death: heart disease. Final ruling: natural.
Rachel Nicole Nye, 17, of Jenera, died Aug. 16. Cause of death: suffocation. Final ruling: suicide.