Docket


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

Police Department

A Gayle Lane man reported Thursday that a PayPal account was fraudulently opened in his name.

A Taylor Street man was arrested Thursday on a warrant outside the Trenton Avenue Walmart.

After a fight at a Western Avenue business on Thursday, a suspect denied assaulting the victim, who requested that charges be filed.

A Front Street man was pounding on the door of a Vincent Street residence Thursday night, asking to come inside. He was arrested for disorderly conduct.

A Fostoria man was arrested Friday after a domestic incident on Hancock County 140.

A Howard Street man was arrested Friday on a warrant after a traffic stop on West Trenton Avenue.

A Deshler man and woman had a verbal domestic dispute on Tiffin Avenue.

Sheriff’s Office

A deputy gave a ride home to a man who was walking along Ohio 103 on Tuesday.

A four-wheeler was on fire on a road in Mount Blanchard on Aug. 24. A teenage boy said he’d gotten the vehicle from a friend, but when a deputy talked to the friend’s father, the man said he hadn’t allowed the boy to borrow it and doubted that his son had, either. The matter was forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor.

Twice on Thursday, an Edgewood Drive woman reported an unwanted ex-boyfriend was at her residence. He left both times before deputies arrived.

A Findlay man was taking photos of license plates last month at Art Van Furniture. The man claimed the vehicles belonged to detectives who have been stalking him. A deputy told him that none of the vehicles belonged to sheriff’s office detectives. The man yelled about having the right to photograph whatever he wanted. He was told he was no longer allowed on Art Van property.

The sheriff’s office had a Findlay teen leave the county fair Monday after he admitted punching another juvenile.

A domestic incident was reported Wednesday on Kenwood Court.

A Bay Hill Drive woman reported fraudulent debit card activity on Aug. 30.

An Alvada man reported Aug. 31 that his now-ex-girlfriend had used his phone to change his email and Facebook passwords while he was sleeping. He said she threatened to post nude photos.

A man from Puerto Rico reported being threatened by Findlay men last month.

Courthouse

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The Courier is catching up on its coverage of Hancock County Common Pleas Court cases).

Nickolas A. Hudson, 20, of Findlay, was sentenced by Judge Reginald Routson to five years of community control, subject to intensive supervision, for forgery, a fifth-degree felony. He was charged for a Jan. 29, 2018, incident involving a forged check. Hudson must make restitution of $300. He was also sentenced to five years of community control, subject to intensive supervision, for failure to appear, a fourth-degree felony. Hudson missed a court date in the forgery case on Aug. 22, 2018. He pleaded guilty in both cases on Feb. 6.

Charles S. McIlwain, 20, of Findlay, was sentenced by Judge Jonathan Starn to 10 days in the Hancock County jail and five years of community control, subject to intensive supervision, for carrying a concealed weapon and receiving stolen property, both fourth-degree felonies. On Aug. 21, 2018, in Findlay, McIlwain had a concealed handgun which had been stolen. He pleaded guilty Jan. 28.

Tremell D. Foster, 43, of Rawson, was sentenced by Judge Routson to five years of community control, subject to intensive supervision, for possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony. He was also sentenced to 30 days in the Hancock County jail, 15 of which could be served through GPS monitoring. Foster possessed less than 5 grams of the drug on June 16, 2018, in Findlay. He pleaded guilty Feb. 11.

Paul D. Smith Jr., 39, of Findlay, was sentenced by Judge Routson to five years of community control, subject to intensive supervision, for aggravated trafficking in drugs, a fourth-degree felony, and two counts of trafficking in cocaine, both fifth-degree felonies. He must reimburse $230 to the Hancock METRICH Drug Enforcement Unit. Smith sold MDMA on April 18, 2017, and cocaine on Aug. 31 and Sept. 5, 2017, all in Findlay. He pleaded guilty Feb. 11.

Trevor S. Young, 24, of McComb, was sentenced by Judge Routson to 15 days in the Hancock County jail, with credit given for seven days already served, and five years of community control, subject to intensive supervision, for receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony. He had a Findlay woman’s debit card on Feb. 25, 2018. Young owes her restitution of $660. He pleaded guilty Feb. 11. Another count of receiving stolen property, involving the same victim, was dismissed.

Fire Calls


From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:

Thursday

4:01 p.m., 140 Laquineo St., emergency medical service call.

4:28 p.m., 204 Marshall St., emergency medical service call.

5:14 p.m., 321 Clinton St., emergency medical service call.

6:41 p.m., 334 Frazer St., emergency medical service call.

9:14 p.m., 1133 N. Cory St., emergency medical service call.

Friday

1:58 a.m., 225 George St., emergency medical service call.

11:59 a.m., 42 La Plas Drive, emergency medical service call.

1:58 p.m., 1023 Adams St., emergency medical service call.

3:47 p.m., 249 Rector Ave., emergency medical service call.

5:44 p.m., 310 Allen Ave., emergency medical service call.

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