Docket

From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:

Police Department

A juvenile was arrested Monday on East Street for a curfew violation and falsification.

A man will be charged with domestic violence after an incident Monday at a Kirkwood Court residence.

Police responded Monday to a former couple having a dispute on Edith Avenue about their dog.

A homeless man was arrested on a warrant on South Cory Street on Tuesday.

A juvenile was arrested and turned over to his father after violating curfew and possessing a pipe on West Foulke Avenue on Tuesday. He was initially stopped for riding his bike in the middle of the road.

A warrant was served Tuesday to a Carey man being held in the Hancock County jail.

A broken entrance door at the Findlay Village Mall was reported on Tuesday.

A Findlay man reported Tuesday that he received unwanted messages from two people falsely accusing him of posting about their family member on social media. Those two were issued telecommunications harassment warnings.

Police arrested a Markle Street woman on a warrant at her residence on Tuesday.

A vehicle was reported stolen from the 300 block of Cherry Street on Tuesday.

A Queenswood Drive man was arrested Tuesday for domestic violence.

After stumbling on the Broad Avenue bridge, an intoxicated homeless man was arrested Tuesday for disorderly conduct/risk to self.

Sheriff’s Office

A Centerburg woman said her ex-boyfriend violated a protection order by messaging her. She was in the Findlay area Friday with her new boyfriend.

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.

Juvenile Court

From the public records of Hancock County Juvenile Court:

Davi Law, Findlay, was ordered to have her child attend school every day unless excused. Law was found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, because her 13-year-old child had 146 or more hours of unexcused absences.

Cynthia and Mario Hernandez, Findlay, were ordered to have their child attend school every day unless excused. Both were found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, because their 13-year-old child had 121 or more hours of unexcused absences.

Zina Fenderson, Findlay, was ordered to have her child attend school every day unless excused. Fenderson was found guilty of one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, and another count was dismissed. The count she is guilty of is for allowing her 12-year-old child to have 233 or more hours of unexcused absences.

Sarah and Anthony King, Findlay, were ordered to have their child attend school every day unless excused. They were both found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, because their 14-year-old child had 147 or more hours of unexcused absences.

Michelle Hemminger, Findlay, was ordered to have her child attend school every day unless excused. Hemminger was found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, because her 16-year-old child had 227 or more hours of unexcused absences.

Christa Wojciechowski, Findlay, was ordered to have her child attend school every day unless excused. Wojciechowski was found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, because her 12-year-old child had 107 or more hours of unexcused absences.

Betty Schwab, Findlay, was ordered to have her child attend school every day unless excused. Schwab was found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, because her 16-year-old child had 211 or more hours of unexcused absences.

All of these parents face six months in the Hancock County jail and a $1,000 fine if they do not comply.

Heidi Osborne, Findlay, was ordered to have her children attend school every day unless excused. She was found guilty of two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, both first-degree misdemeanors, because her 13-year-old child had 81 hours of unexcused absences and her 12-year-old child had 76 hours of unexcused absences. She faces a year in the Hancock County jail and a $2,000 fine if she does not comply.

Sarah Thomas, Findlay, was sentenced to 180 days in the Hancock County jail, with all but 30 days suspended, if she follows court orders. A $1,000 fine is also suspended if she complies with court orders. Thomas was found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, because she aided a juvenile in falsification of the juvenile’s name during a theft investigation by Findlay police.

Coroner Rulings

From the public records of Wood County Coroner Dr. Douglas Hess:

Brian E. Wright, 34, of North Baltimore, died Dec. 21, 2018. Cause of death: methamphetamine toxicity. Manner of death: accident.

Fire Calls

From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:

Tuesday

3:42 p.m., 539 S. Main St., gasoline spill.

5:45 p.m., 806 Bright Road, emergency medical service call.

6:40 p.m., 2824 Greenacre Drive, emergency medical service call.

7:21 p.m., 2204 Park St., emergency medical service call.

Wednesday

1:52 a.m., 232 Elm St, emergency medical service call.

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