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

Police Department

The following incidents were reported Tuesday:

A suspicious man was reported passed out in a car on West Trenton Avenue.

A food card was reported stolen on Brenda Court, then taken out of state.

A person on White Birch Drive reported being harassed.

A tablet was reported stolen from a car on Park Street.

A possible drug issue was reported with a student at Glenwood Middle School, who was found to have an empty container used for tobacco.

Money orders were reported missing from a drop box on Crystal Glen Boulevard.

A Connell Avenue resident reported that someone had stolen his ATM card and taken money from his bank account.

An individual at Planet Fitness wanted to speak to an officer about a harassment/drugs situation.

A domestic dispute was reported on West Yates Avenue.

An Ely Avenue resident reported getting a scam call.

A domestic dispute was reported on West Sandusky Street.

Suspicious people claiming to be FBI agents were reported on Quail Lake Road.

A possibly rabid raccoon was reported on Pheasant Run Lane.

An individual was taken into custody on East Sandusky Street.

A Lawn Avenue resident reported being threatened.

A West Lima Street resident reported neighbors kept pulling into his backyard, causing ruts.

Two juvenile females were taken into custody in an alcohol incident at Findlay High School.

An aggressive dog was reported loose on South Main Street.

A suspicious person was reported on Tiffin Avenue.

A large dead deer was reported in the middle of Fostoria Avenue.

Sheriff’s Office

An individual on Township Road 108 reported his credit card had been fraudulently used.

A Cory-Rawson High School student reported a friend had received a sexually explicit video of another student.

A resident of West Liberty Street in Arlington reported allowing someone to borrow a vehicle which was never returned.

People were heard shooting rifles at Township Road 209 and County Road 330 in Alvada, where a deer had had its legs “blown off”.

A suspicious person was reported driving slowly along County Road 330 in Alvada, but turned out to be attempting to locate a dog that had escaped.

Courthouse


From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:

Marriage Licenses

Cole D. Grindell, painter, and Micheala A. Curtis, student, both of Williamstown.

Summer Butz, mold setter, and Benjamin McRill, press operator, both of Findlay.

Anthony Martinez, military, and Tawney Warren, banking, both of Findlay.

Rob May, lab manager, and Beverly Napier, homemaker, both of Fostoria.

Thomas Robinson, flight instructor, and Mazie Chapin, ortho assistant, both of Findlay.

Leslie Gorman, factory worker, and Bettie Otto, hotel worker, both of Findlay.

Allen Benjamin, corrections, and Cierra Hartman, certified nurse-midwife, both of Findlay.

Fire Calls


From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:

Monday

9:03 a.m., 941 Interstate Drive, canceled en route.

4:33 p.m., 1725 Western Ave., unintentional alarm.

4:44 p.m., 933 Skye Drive, emergency medical service call.

7:16 p.m., 1000 N. Main St., emergency medical service call.

Tuesday

1:53 a.m., 114½ Fair St., emergency medical service call.

5:38 a.m., 600 Crystal Ave., emergency medical service call.

4:09 p.m., 433½ Oak Ave., fire alarm activation.

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