From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
Two area men wanted under separate warrants recently were found in the 300 block of West Main Cross Street and Tiffin Avenue.
A Findlay man who accidentally dialed 911 on Monday was discovered wanted under a municipal court warrant on Geffs Avenue.
Items have appeared to have been placed inside a vacant house at 1219 Fox St. The incident was noted Tuesday.
A cellphone was taken from a car Tuesday outside 731 W. Trenton Ave.
Damage was reported Tuesday to the front of 407 Garfield Ave.
A domestic incident occurred inside a Breckenridge Road apartment Tuesday.
Charges were pending Tuesday after a motorist rammed a parked car in the 400 block of Taylor Street.
A “highly intoxicated” homeless woman was arrested Tuesday for disorderly conduct on East Foulke Avenue.
A domestic incident happened Monday inside a North Main Street abode in Arlington.
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:
Jeffrey Muniz, UPS driver, and Cindii Rood, UPS, both of Findlay.
Alison Janes and Elijah Schlievert, factory worker, both of Fostoria.
Joshua Endicott, Perrysburg, military, and Madeline Miller, Findlay, student.
Edward Vela, supervisor, and Brittan Eichman, teacher, both of Findlay.
Robert Hammersmith, Rodney, Michigan, athletic trainer, and Taylor Stamper, rural Findlay, nurse.
Cody Ohnmeiss and Kaylee Davis, both students, both of Findlay.
Garrett Kindle, factory worker, and Madison Downing, pizza maker, both of Findlay.
Derek Harden and Rebecca Kaz, both warehouse workers, both of Findlay.
Neil Heacock, laborer, and Jaycie Wagner, domestic engineer, both of McComb.
Brian Smith, laborer, and Telia Dargartz, child care business owner, both of Findlay.
Charles Lightner, manager, and Jeison Ochoa, both of Findlay.
Kristine Cole and Timothy Cole.
Rachel Fruth and Christopher Fruth.
Shelia McBeth and Jermond McBeth.
Anna Onoja and Michael Onoja.
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
ACX LLC and Andrew Etzler to Karim Kabbara, 118 Center St., Findlay, $111,180.
Lou-Lane LLC and Thomas Hazelton to Justin Moungle, 139 Lotze St., Findlay, $56,000.
Steven and Jean Dove to Eli Stacy, 417 Mohican Road, Findlay, $125,000.
Clayton and Rachel Baltzer to Aaron and Kathryn Cheney, 533 N. Main St., Arlington, $142,900.
Kyle Fortman to Richard and Sophia Doyle, 2016 Greystone Drive, Findlay, $269,000.
Bruce and Julia Deppen to Matthew Fearrington and Kari Didier, 206 Mound St., Findlay, $160,000.
Trax Enterprises to Todd and Jill Spurlock, 15392 Bent Tree Drive, Findlay, $128,000.
Aaron Schaub to Nicholas Heldman and Adrienne Woolley, 700 Londonderry Drive, Findlay, $168,000.
Roger, John, Nancy and Erin Best to Adrian Rivera III, 650 Weatherby Court, Findlay, $243,800.
Jonathon and Kristin Branan to James and Erica Hackworth, 214 S. Main St., Arlington, $139,900.
Matthew and Megan Alexander to Michael and Kristin Hartman, 2245 Heatherwood Drive, Findlay, $357,000.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
4:39 p.m., 1445 Byal Ave., traffic accident.
1:15 a.m., 428 Lima Ave., eletrical wiring problem.
3:19 a.m., 1134 Bernard Ave., emergency medical service call.
3:52 a.m., 2600 Foxbury Lane, emergency medical service call.
12:11 p.m., 655 Fox Run Road, false alarm.
3:10 p.m., 2300 Foxmoor Road, natural vegetation fire.