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

Police Department

The following incidents were reported Wednesday:

A North Main Street business reported Wednesday morning that an unknown woman puts trash in their dumpster.

Police made an arrest of a suspected thief in the 1800 block of Tiffin Avenue.

A grab-and-run theft was reported by a business in the 1900 block of Tiffin Avenue Wednesday afternoon.

A worker at a Tiffin Avenue business reported being harassed over the telephone.

A Breckenridge Road man became combative with his caregivers Wednesday afternoon, claiming someone had stolen his medicine.

A West McPherson Avenue resident reported a handgun had been stolen from a closet. It is unknown when the gun was taken.

A domestic dispute was reported at a Crystal Glen Boulevard residence Wednesday afternoon.

A Glen Haven Drive resident reported being harassed over the telephone.

A 5-foot tall grapevine tree with lights was reported stolen from a Rector Avenue residence.

A wallet was reported stolen from a car parked on Scott Avenue. The owner reported that the car had been ransacked.

A Tiffin Avenue business reported a theft at about 4:30 p.m. Deputies from the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office were able to stop a vehicle being driven by the suspects on Ohio 12.

A car was reported stolen by a Winthrop Drive resident Wednesday evening.

A Harmon Street resident reported three males with water bottles were getting out of a gold Mercury Mountaineer and approaching houses.

A wallet was found on Bernard Avenue.

A Selby Street resident reported an unruly juvenile.

An East Lincoln Street resident reported the downstairs neighbors were playing music so loud it made the floors shake.

A Putnam Street woman reported a civil protection order violation.

Three “kids” were reported going through garages on Center Street at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

A Sheridan Avenue resident reported receiving phone threats.

Police made an warrant arrest Wednesday night on West Trenton Avenue.

Sheriff’s Office

The following incidents were reported Wednesday:

A Powell Lane resident in Rawson reported Wednesday afternoon that someone had tried to set their house on fire during the night.

A peace officer was requested by a resident of Ohio 12 in Rawson.

A Van Buren resident reported theft of narcotics at an area nursing home.

Deputies were asked to evict a man who was living in a storage unit on Rettig Road.

Deputies were also asked to conduct a welfare check on a 1-year-old rural Findlay boy.

A house was broken into on East Main Street, Vanlue.

High water was reported on the northbound lane of 200 West Crawford Street Wednesday night.

The following incidents were reported Thursday:

Deputies responded to a report of an injured person on Ohio 12 in rural Findlay shortly after midnight Thursday.

A cow was reported walking on Hancock County Road 7, Alvada.

Deputies responded to the report of a car in a field on Hancock County Road 140, near Hancock County Road 97, Thursday morning.

Fire Calls

From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:


11:21 a.m., 2340 Tiffin Ave., false alarm.

1:19 p.m., 505 W. Trenton Ave,. smoke scare.

3:07 p.m., 301 W. Main Cross St., traffic accident.

6:14 p.m., 2824 Greenacre Drive, traffic accident.


5:36 a.m., East Sandusky Street/East Street, traffic accident.

2:46 p.m., 806 Bright Road, unintentional alarm.