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

Police Department

The following incidents were reported Monday:

A woman who lives on Township Road 45 said she could hear someone walking around in her house. She was later transported by Hanco ambulance to the hospital with chest pains. Officers found no sign of forced entry.

A man said he was being threatened because he had disposed of drugs that had been left in his car.

A burglary was reported at 819 N. Cory St. within the past two weeks. Officers found no forced entry and nothing missing.

A woman said there was a man sitting in a car in front of her Westshore Drive home and she was scared of him. Officers found he was an insurance adjuster examining a claim.

An unwanted person was reported at 1111 Tiffin Ave. The man had a tent and was selling products in the driveway.

A woman said she was being threatened by her brother.

The theft of a cellphone was reported at Findlay High School, 1200 Broad Ave. The phone was later found and returned to the owner.

The front door at 124 Laquineo St. was kicked in sometime since Saturday. Officers found no sign of a break-in.

A burglary was reported at 1215 S. Blanchard St. A Social Security card and a safe were stolen.

A pickup truck damaged the grass at 1017 E. Sandusky St.

A woman reportedly stole beer from 1215 W. Main Cross St.

A man said he thinks someone is stealing mail at 215 E. Bigelow Ave.

A woman reported that a juvenile slapped his mother at a Jennifer Lane residence.

A warning was given after a loud music complaint at a Jennifer Lane residence.

A woman said a man had threatened her.

Sheriff’s Office

The following incidents were reported Monday:

Someone in a pickup truck has repeatedly been seen driving recklessly through the Hancock County Fairgrounds at night.

The mother of a Cory-Rawson High School student reported that her daughter had received a suicidal message over Snapchat. The student who sent the message was taken to the hospital.

An unwanted person was reported at a Parkwood Drive residence. The man was taken to the City Mission for the night.

A domestic incident was investigated at a residence in McComb.

The following incidents were reported Tuesday:

Several horses were reported trotting eastbound on Ohio 103, Arlington.

A peace officer was requested at a residence on Township Road 165, Arlington. A man wanted to get his vehicle off the property.

A woman said that her social media account had been hacked and the person was saying “bad things” about her. She previously reported this a few months ago and was told nothing could be done.


From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:

Marriage Licenses

Matthew Davis, unemployed, and Robin Fowler, disabled, both of Findlay.

Joshua Myers, salesman, and Elizabeth Anthony, manager, both of Fostoria.

Max Nienberg, foreman, and Patti Legge, quality control, both of Rawson.

Divorces, Dissolutions

Alfred M. Austin III from Sandy Campbell, divorce.

Nathen Holdman from Vicky Holdman, divorce.

Deanna Schaeperkoetter from Jonathan Schaeperkoetter, divorce.

Trevor Smith from Christine Rye, divorce.

Ryan Kaufman from Jennifer Wilhelm, divorce.

David Nordstrom from Amanda Wolfram, divorce.

Georgegeania Garcia Cameron and Richard Cameron Jr., dissolution.

Mercy Hanners and Paris Hanners, dissolution.

Jeffery Aukerman and Heather Aukerman, dissolution.

Tiffany Durbin and Christopher Durbin, dissolution.

Michael Bishop and Linda Bishop, dissolution.

Guy Brown and Janet Brown, dissolution.

Emily Whitta and Sean Whitta, dissolution.

Fire Calls

From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:


5:33 p.m., Tiffin-Blanchard Street, traffic accident.


2:11 a.m., 1900 Kirkwood Court, emergency medical service call.

3:50 a.m., 617 Yorkshire Drive, emergency medical service call.