From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
Police were dispatched to the 400 block of Center Street to investigate damage to a garage window Wednesday.
A Carey woman was arrested for shoplifting at Meijer, 2200 Tiffin Ave., on Wednesday afternoon.
Police responded to complaints by a Findlay woman who was receiving unwanted phone calls from a person who scammed her out of money a year ago. The calls originated from Nevada, and the suspect is unknown. The Findlay woman was told to block the calls.
A warrant was served to a Findlay woman who was already being held in the Hancock County jail Wednesday evening. The warrant was for failing to report to jail for a driving under suspension offense.
Charges will be pursued against an imprisoned Findlay man for violating a civil protection order by continuing to message the victim. Police responded to the complaint Wednesday.
Police on Wednesday arrested a Findlay woman on East Edgar Street on a warrant from Findlay Municipal Court.
A Findlay man wanted on a warrant from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office was arrested during a traffic stop in the 200 block of North Main Street at about 11 p.m. Wednesday.
Police responded to a complaint about an unruly juvenile Wednesday night in the 1000 block of Crystal Glen Boulevard.
Police located a Findlay man, who was wanted on a felony warrant through the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, in the 100 block of Center Street at about 12:34 a.m. Thursday. The man was arrested and taken to jail.
Findlay officers took custody of a Findlay woman who was wanted under a warrant. The woman was found during a traffic stop made by the State Highway Patrol at about 2:30 a.m. Thursday.
Police responded to a domestic dispute in the 200 block of South Main Street Thursday morning. An estranged husband and wife were arguing over possession of a truck. The man eventually walked away from the scene, leaving the woman with the truck, but no keys. An officer said the dispute was a civil matter.
A Findlay man was arrested while working in the 500 block of West Trenton Avenue on Thursday afternoon. He was wanted on a warrant from Findlay Municipal Court.
A Toledo man was arrested Thursday morning in the 400 block of West Sandusky Street on a warrant from Findlay Municipal Court.
Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute in the 600 block of Fishlock Avenue Thursday afternoon. The argument was between a brother and sister. No arrests were made.
A 17-year-old Findlay boy, wanted on a warrant from Hancock County Juvenile Court, was arrested Thursday afternoon in the 1300 block of West Sandusky Street. He was taken to the county jail and then to the Wood County Juvenile Detention Center.
A Findlay woman, wanted on a warrant from the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, was arrested Thursday evening in the 700 block of West Trenton Avenue.
Police arrested a Findlay man after responding to a domestic dispute Thursday night at a Fair Street residence. A woman reported that the man had choked her, and she had a visible injury to her neck.
Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 800 block of Wilson Street Thursday night, where two sisters were arguing. The dispute was found to be only verbal and there were no arrests.
A highly intoxicated Findlay man was arrested for disorderly conduct at about 12:51 a.m. Friday in the 100 block of East Crawford Street.
A Fostoria man, wanted on two warrants from Findlay Municipal Court, was arrested at about 1:13 a.m. Friday after police located him walking at the intersection of North Main Street and West Melrose Avenue. Police found a hypodermic needle in his underwear, and he was charged with possession of a drug abuse instrument.
A Findlay woman was arrested for possession of crack cocaine in the 500 block of Clinton Court Friday morning.
A domestic dispute was reported at a Hancock County 109 residence late Thursday. No arrests were made.
Deputies responded to a domestic dispute late Thursday at a Waterloo Drive residence in Arlington. No arrest was made, but a woman was issued a previously unserved civil protection order.
The driver of a vehicle stopped by the sheriff’s office Thursday evening on Ohio 103 in Mount Blanchard told deputies he was taking his passenger to the hospital. His male passenger was unconscious, and the driver and another passenger said he had shot up heroin. Deputies called emergency help to the scene, but the man woke up and refused medical treatment. The driver was cited for possession of marijuana.
From the public records of the Findlay Municipal Court. The following people were sentenced:
Malik Thyree Smith, Findlay, operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) and no operator’s license (NOL); $1,229 bond forfeited.
Braeden Johnson, Brandon Frierson, both of Findlay; Colin Drake, Fostoria; Allison Berryman, no address, all for speed; $105 fines.
Gary Bullington Jr., no address, (OVI); $886 bond forfeited.
Shajuan Grace, no address, failure to stop after an accident; $250 fine, 10 jail days, license suspended 181 days.
Jeffrey Hansell, Findlay, aggravated disorderly conduct; $250 fine, 30 jail days suspended.
Michael Tanner, Findlay, complicity, petty theft, criminal trespass; $750 fine, 390 jail days with 380 suspended.
Mark Whitely, rural Carey, possession of drug abuse instruments and falsification; $500 fine, 270 jail days suspended.
Garold Williams, no address, OVI; $750 fine, 180 jail days with 90 suspended, license suspended 1,096 days.
Harrison Griffith, Findlay, animals at large violation; $100 fine.
Douglas Cousino, no address, driving under suspension (DUS); $250 fine, 15 jail days with 12 suspended.
Ashley Greeno, Upper Sandusky, OVI; $500 fine, 30 jail days with 20 suspended, license suspended 731 days.
Deep Patel, no address, OVI; $450 fine, 30 jail days with 25 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Mahboob Rahman, no address, speed; $150 fine.
Cari Young, Findlay, OVI; $450 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Matthew Vining, Findlay, disorderly conduct; $100 fine.
Michael Doyle, Findlay, reckless operation and stop signal violation; $400 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended.
Lloyd Swigert, rural Findlay, marked lanes violation; $150 fine.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
6:49 p.m., 215 Jefferson St., emergency medical service call.
8:42 p.m., 1929 N. Main St., emergency medical service call.
4:44 a.m., 363 Mona Lane, emergency medical service call.
12:04 p.m., 613 Winterhaven Drive, emergency medical service call.
1:10 p.m., 332 Pleasant Run Place, emergency medical service call.
2:29 p.m., 1000 E. Main Cross St., emergency medical service call.