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

Police Department

The following incidents were reported Thursday:

A domestic dispute was reported on Vincent Street.

One person was arrested after a traffic stop at North Main and Center streets.

A residential alarm sounded at 115 E. Pearl St. about 6:29 a.m.

An alarm sounded at a business at 1809 S. Main St. about 6:23 a.m.

A bicycle was left at 200 Stanford Parkway.

A hit-skip accident was reported at 740 Longmeadow Lane.

A possible fraud was reported by a Fostoria Avenue resident when they let someone have access to their computer. No personal information was given out.

An assault was reported at 1200 Broad Ave. about 2:48 p.m.

A person was arrested after trying to have prescriptions filled at Kroger Pharmacy and Walmart Pharmacy before being taken into custody at Scarborough Pharmacy, 1809 S. Main St.

An alarm sounded at 1717 Medical Boulevard and the building was checked.

Apologies were given by a manager to two males detained at 2021 Broad Ave. before photos determined they were not involved in a theft.

A customer and staff were “in a disagreement” over an order at 752 W. Trenton Ave. The issue was reported as a trespass issue to police.

Caller said two people were suspected of doing drugs in the area of Taylor and Jefferson streets.

A Glenwood Middle School student reported being harassed and threatened at school and via phone.

A person in dark clothes and a stocking cap was noticed around 1949 Tiffin Ave. when employees were leaving the business. They reported the person didn’t approach them, but was on the property.

A television was stolen at 119½ S. Main St. during a break-in at the residence.

Some sort of electrical/utility line was reported down in the 400 block of Portz Avenue.

A car and truck were involved in an accident in the 1300 block of Broad Avenue.

Sheriff’s Office

The following incidents were reported Thursday:

A Hancock County 26 resident reported his ATM card was used to withdraw money from his account.

A blue Camaro with red lights on the dashboard was reportedly being driven at a high rate of speed about 3:35 p.m. in the area of U.S. 224 and Hancock County 140.

A bank debit card was found in the 200 block of West Main Cross Street and taken to the sheriff’s office. The owner retrieved the card Friday.

A westbound commercial truck was being driven recklessly on Ohio 37 east between U.S. 30 east and Ohio 37, Forest, and it was reported to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

A rural Rawson resident at Union/Eagle Township Road 59 reported a suspicious package delivered that contained vacuum-sealed powder. The package was placed in a garbage bag in the garage until a deputy arrived. After several calls, it was determined the resident had ordered the item from a mail-order business.

A gray van was seen at a residence on Hancock County 203 about 7:45 p.m. and drove off westbound when a neighbor approached. A similar vehicle was seen in the area during a previous break-in. Putnam and Henry counties’ sheriff’s offices were notified to be on the lookout for the vehicle.

The following incidents were reported Friday:

At 6:55 a.m., high water was reported on Hancock County 7 between Hancock County 330 and Township Road 258, Alvada. The county brought out high-water signs.

A break-in was reported about 8:22 a.m. at 602 N. Main St., Arlington. Medical patches, money and a debit card were stolen. A resident woke up and found the garage door open and an unlocked back door.

A counselor at Arlington school reported a juvenile, in conflict with her mother, had been kicked out of her residence as part of an ongoing situation.

Fire Calls

From the public records of Findlay Fire Department:


7:05 p.m., 2820 Greenacre Drive, emergency medical service call.

7:45 p.m., 112 W. High St., emergency medical service call.


6:53 a.m., 529 First St., emergency medical service call.

8:32 a.m., 819 S. Blanchard St., emergency medical service call.

2:33 p.m., 510 W. Main Cross St., emergency medical service call.

8:06 p.m., North Main and East Melrose streets, traffic accident.