From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
An air conditioner was swiped Sunday from a window at 603 Findlay St.
A Clinton Court man was issued a trespass warning Sunday for Findlay Laser and Vein Center, Tiffin Avenue.
Four area men wanted under separate warrants were found Monday on Defiance Avenue, North Main Street, 835 Adams St. and 409½ N. Cory St.
A window was broken on a shed Monday at 161 W. Bigelow Ave.
An intoxicated Winthrop Drive man who refused to leave the Fairfield Inn, Tiffin Avenue, was charged with disorderly conduct Monday.
A Center Street person was caught shoplifting Monday at the Trenton Avenue Walmart.
A Chateau Circle woman arrested for shoplifting at Meijer, Tiffin Avenue, was found with drugs Monday.
A domestic incident was noted at a Queenswood Drive residence Monday.
A Queenswood Drive driver was cited Tuesday for possessing drug paraphernalia in the 300 block of South Cory Street while a passenger was wanted under a warrant.
Several guns were reported stolen from 19414 Hancock County 109, Arcadia. The theft was reported July 2.
A chair was found discarded into a ditch off Allen Township 114 Monday.
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:
Logan Ross, musician, and Cayla Fortman, grant coordinator, both of Findlay.
Harsh Bilodiya, Findlay, software engineer, and Nida Sundrani, Bowling Green, student.
Jacob Ware, lawyer/sports agent, and Amy Kellogg, marketer for Mercedes-Benz, both of Atlanta, Georgia.
Timothy Reinhart, shipping/receiving, and Madeline Hogrefe, administrative assistant, both of Findlay.
Jason Denney and Rachael Menz, both of Findlay, both factory workers.
Michael Stevens Sr., business owner, and Ashton Bagley, homemaker, both of Findlay.
Casey Glick, factory worker, and Jaycee Spallinger, homemaker, both of Findlay.
Joseph Ludwig, general labor, and Madeline Horner, kitchen help, both of Findlay.
Jeremy Renwand, director of operations, and Amanda Leal, laborer, both of Vanlue.
Ted Morris and Shirley Braund, both of Findlay, both retired.
John Spearman, Williamstown, and Tiffaney Heberling, rural Dola, both laborers.
Jason Marialke, management, and Samantha Van Atta, cook, both of Findlay.
Braiden Bland, sanitation, and Desri Rice, home health aide, both of Findlay.
Gene Graves Jr., quality control, and Heather Plansinis, domestic engineer, both of Findlay.
Brian Hunker from Griffin Hunker, divorce.
Lacie Decker from Andrew Decker, divorce.
Keely Norris and Mark Norris, dissolution.
Torri Rodriguez and Cordero Rodriguez, dissolution.
From the public records of the Findlay Municipal Court. The following people were sentenced:
Richard Cook, Findlay, operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI), driving under suspension (DUS); $1,100 fine, 180 jail days with 177 suspended, license suspended 731 days.
Christopher Iliff, Findlay, drug abuse; $141 fine.
Steven Maciejewski, Findlay, obstructing official business; $250 fine, 90 jail days with 86 suspended.
Daniel Martinez, Findlay, aggravated disorderly conduct; $250 fine, 30 jail days.
Eric North II, Findlay, disorderly conduct; $150 fine.
Rickey Dingledine, Findlay, OVI; $450 fine, 30 jail days with 23 suspended, license suspended 366 days.
Charles Baker, no address, speed; $105 fine.
Terra Egan, Findlay, expired/unlawful plates; $155 fine.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
11:31 p.m., 936 Bernard Ave., emergency medical service call.
1:16 a.m., 740 Trenton Ave., short circuit.
3:16 a.m., 401 W. Lima St., emergency medical service call.
10:39 a.m., 818 Wilson St., unauthorized burning.
12:52 p.m., 118½ E. Sandusky St., emergency medical service call.
3:11 p.m., 1031 Interstate Court, emergency medical service call.