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

Police Department

The following incidents were reported Sunday:

The dog warden was notified of two German Shepherds running loose in a parking lot at 1125 Tiffin Ave.

A “highly intoxicated” couple outside in the 700 block of Fishlock Avenue about 1:26 a.m. were told to go back into the apartment and go to bed.

A bicyclist at North Cory and Howard streets was given a warning for not utilizing lights after dark.

Loud voices, partying and noises were reported at 1012 Bernard Ave. about 3:28 a.m.

A suspicious activity complaint at 617 Center St. found no entry but chairs were wedged against the doors.

The fire department was requested at 1215 W. Main Cross St. after “a large amount” of gasoline was found in the parking lot and running into a nearby drain.

A two-vehicle accident at East Bigelow Avenue and North Main Street resulted in no airbag deployment and only damage to the vehicles.

A fight was reported at 921 Interstate Drive.

A person was taken into custody with the aid of a K-9 officer after a traffic stop at Tiffin and Dayton avenues.

A Toledo man was suspected of shoplifting at Walmart, 1161 Trenton Ave.

A hypodermic needle was found in the grass near a tree in the 3100 block of Norcrest Street.

A trespass complaint was filed at a Garfield Avenue residence.

One person was in custody after a domestic dispute was reported at a Summit Street property.

A driver was stopped in the 300 block of East Sandusky Street for not having headlights on after dark.

Damage was reported at 235 Rector Ave. between Friday night and Sunday night.

A male at 119½ S. Main St. threatened “there will be issues” if police show up.

One person was in custody after a theft at Kohl’s 2310 Tiffin Ave. about 8:35 p.m.

A driver was given a verbal warning for having a headlight out during a traffic stop at South Main and East Main Cross.

A person assaulted at 623 Crystal Ave. declined an emergency medical service vehicle.

A verbal warning was given to a motorist for being “outside the marked lanes” about 10:34 p.m.

A verbal warning was given to a motorist for not utilizing headlights after dark.

Sheriff’s Office

The following incidents were reported Sunday:

A bicycle, left in the driveway Saturday in the 4000 of Ohio 186, was collected by sheriff’s personnel as a lost/stolen item.

A man grabbed a teen at a residence on West Washington Street, Mount Cory, during a dispute between the two. Marks were visible on the teen.

Two dogs were dropped off in the area of Ohio 37 and Hancock County 304, Forest. The dog warden was contacted. The incident began in Hancock County and moved into Wyandot County, which advised sheriff’s office of no domestic dispute, just missing dogs.

A rural Findlay man reported someone hacked into his Facebook account and made other accounts using his personal information. The man said he has credit cards and other information on his Facebook account. His email address was hacked, too.

A person in an apartment at 2800 S. Main St. complained of loud music and drinking by an upstairs neighbor. A sheriff’s deputy said the music wasn’t loud when he checked, but advised the resident to keep it down.


From the public records of the Hancock County Auditor’s Office. No money changes hands in some real estate transfers between family members, in some bank repossessions, and in some other transfers.

Real Estate Transfers

Daniel and Sarah Strohscher to Bradley Roberts, 2928 Gleneagle Drive, Findlay, $179,900.

Judy Aldrich to Rena Mosser, 279 S. Main St., McComb, $25,000.

Jesse and Olivia Slater to Carlton Craig and Patricia Cook-Craig, 6584 County Road 304, Jenera, $158,500.

Linda Peiffer to Craig Miller, 203 Vickie Lane, Fostoria, $127,900.

American Servicing Corp. to Lucas and Sarah Roberts, 713 Westhaven Drive, Fostoria, $130,000.

State Bank & Trust Company to NAL Investments, 546 W. 4th St., Fostoria, $30,000.

Heather Molla to Shannon Roof, 506 Defiance Ave., Findlay, $82,000.

Andrea Recker to Judith Davis, 402 Wilson St., Findlay, $80,000.

A&J Property Ownership to Jerry and Tamera Morehart, 1709 S. Main St., Findlay, $165,000.

James and Mary Brown to Movement Church Findlay Inc., 200 S. Main St., Findlay, $392,000.

Yuzhu Wang to Kenneth and Kristan Napier, 216 George St., Findlay, $72,500.

Ethel Custer to Carol Rathburn, 700 Second St., Findlay, $77,000.

Michael Parsons to Trisha Jeffries and Amanda Jeffries, 504 Cranberry West, Findlay, $225,000.

Carl and Emily Walling to Carrie Harmon, 833 Tarra Oaks Drive, Findlay, $235,000.

Christopher Karley to James Pugh and Suzanne Hindman Pugh, 142 Allen Ave., Findlay, $107,000.

Walker Keller to Scott and Laura Rhodes, 115 Laquineo St., $139,900.

Fire Calls

From the public records of the Findlay Police Department:


7:43 p.m., West Trenton Avenue at Interstate 75, medical assist.

9:53 p.m., 1904 Park St., medical assist.

11:36 p.m., 2308 Ivy Lane, medical assist.


6:14 a.m., 2011 Woodridge Crescent, minor fire.