From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
A South Woodland Trail person advised Monday that his identity was stolen for possible nefarious purposes.
Property damage was reported Monday at 1749 Tiffin Ave.
A Findlay couple wanted under separate warrants were detained Monday at 1353 Glen Haven Court, E.
A Monday melee happened at 206 Taylor St.
An H Street resident wanted under a warrant was charged with falsification Tuesday in the 300 block of East Foulke Avenue.
Domestic incidents were noted Tuesday on West Hardin Street and Tiffin Avenue.
Three Findlay men wanted under separate warrants were found recently at Riverside Park, in the 400 block of East Main Cross Street and at 1000 Fishlock Ave.
A window was broken at 2009 Brookside Drive. The report was filed Tuesday.
Two chainsaws and a rifle were stolen Tuesday from a trailer at 1951 Broad Ave.
A city male was nabbed after attempting to cut open a package Tuesday at the Trenton Avenue Walmart.
A besotted homeless male, wanted under a warrant, was charged with disorderly conduct Tuesday at the Tiffin Avenue Walmart.
A city man was arrested Wednesday for using a weapon while intoxicated at 1426 Fleetwood Ave.
A break-in was investigated Tuesday at a garage at 15768 Ohio 103, Mount Blanchard.
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:
Damien Walters, salesman, and Nicole Hardy, shift leader, both of Findlay.
Mercedes Wells, student, and Faris Hemeadah, both of Findlay.
David Parker, rural Findlay, archaeologist, and Nicole Finnie, Rock Island, Illinois, township assessor.
Robert Roy, retired military, and Rachel Prowant, tattoo artist, both of Findlay.
Ashley Hosang, Findlay, pipeline scheduler, and Joseph Weaver, rural Attica, welder.
Shane Hogan, union laborer, and Ashley Neeley, homemaker, both of rural Forest.
Devon Balko, Findlay, retail, and Salim Peeples, Fostoria, housekeeping.
Cory St. Myers, developmental specialist, and Danika Henley, direct service provider, both of Findlay.
Mark Norris, laborer, and Keely Nolen, fast food, both of Findlay.
Austin Frey, Forest, automotive body shop technician, and Alisha Buxton, Rawson, preschool administrator.
Gerald Roth, operations manager, and Erin Fox, human resources, both of Findlay.
Christopher Bausch and Rachelle Palmer, both of Columbus, Indiana, both mechanical engineers.
Timothy Bowlin, Findlay, manager, and Leah Luginbill, rural Pandora, medical assistant.
Meeghan Kelly, CAD drafter, and Colton Hills, Whirlpool general laborer, both of rural Alvada.
Jesse Holliger and Caitlin Cotterman, both manufacturing, both of Findlay.
John Snincak, Findlay, strategy analyst, and Morgan Wilges, Fort Mill, South Carolina, accountant.
Joshua Haynes, tree service, and Heather Hickle, cashier, both of rural Fostoria.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
8:37 p.m., 516 S. West St., emergency medical service call.
9:32 p.m., 1225 Blanchard Ave., unauthorized burning.
11:13 p.m., 110 N. Blanchard St., alarm system malfunction.
11:37 p.m., 1215 W. Main Cross St., vehicle fire.
5:30 a.m., 127 Larkins St., assist police.
7:51 a.m., 1732 Greendale Ave., emergency medical service call.
9:05 a.m., 1100 E. Main Cross St., unintentional alarm.
1:54 p.m., 15031 U.S. 224 East, emergency medical service call.