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

Police Department

The following incidents were reported Tuesday:

Someone struck a car parked in the 300 block of Cherry Street.

A package was reported stolen from 1727 Hilton Ave.

A man who was upset over grocery restrictions was throwing things at associates and damaging items at Walmart, 1161 Trenton Ave.

A complaint was made about a man in an electric cart who appeared to be struggling to pay for his items at Meijer, 2200 Tiffin Ave. Another man paid for the items, but he was then called “sucker” by the man in the cart who said he does this all over town.

A person was taken into custody after he stole men’s underwear from the Dollar General, 2205 Tiffin Ave.

Police were asked to investigate when someone saw a Facebook post showing a woman shooting heroin into a man’s arm.

A woman said she was being threatened by a man at a Clinton Street residence.

An employee of Wendy’s, 500 Tiffin Ave., said a man paid for his food with four $1 bills that had a noticeable amount of blood on them.

A syringe was found laying on the sidewalk near the Family Center, 1800 N. Blanchard St.

A man told police that his income tax check had been cashed by someone in Pennsylvania.

A Davis Street woman reported that her ex-husband was outside the residence banging on the door.

A window was broken at 815 Third St.

A domestic incident was reported at an East Sandusky Street address.

Money was stolen from a car parked on Tioga Avenue.

A woman who appeared to be on drugs was seen wandering in the 400 block of West Trenton Avenue.

Two people who were possibly intoxicated were yelling at each other in the 700 block of North Main Street.

A fight was reported at an East Sandusky Street residence.

Sheriff’s Office

The following incidents were reported Tuesday:

A Forest teen was reported missing from home.

A tractor-trailer driver was reportedly throwing items, possibly bread, at other semis as he passed them on U.S. 68 near Williamstown.

Deputies were asked to speak to a man after he left over 20 voice mails at a church on County Road 236.

A sign in front of Home Depot distribution center on Township Road 14 was damaged. A woman had swerved to miss a dead goose on the side of the road and struck the sign.

Several people were reportedly looking in the windows of TSC, 15212 U.S. 224, at closing time.

Deputies were called about an argument between residents of a Rawson residence.