From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office:
The following incidents were reported Tuesday:
A bicyclist was stopped at Hancock Street and Washington Avenue about 1:21 a.m. after cutting through the Marathon Petroleum Corp. property and operating the bike in the road without lights.
Barricades were requested for Brand Manor Drive due to high water in the area.
Two vehicles at 743 Howard St. had flat tires. The tires were either slashed or deflated.
A domestic dispute was reported on Prospect Avenue.
A theft was reported at 708 Lima Ave.
A Fox Run Road resident had a $24.95 charge on a credit card without permission.
A domestic dispute was reported on North Cory Street.
A domestic dispute was reported on Hurd Avenue.
A Second Street resident reported harassment on Facebook.
A Longmeadow Lane couple had “been fighting all morning,” according to a caller.
One person was in custody following a shoplifting incident at Walmart, 2500 Tiffin Ave.
Personal account information was fraudulently obtained, according to a Heatherwood Drive resident.
A vehicle was being driven recklessly in the 1500 block of Foraker Avenue.
A trespassing complaint at a Tiffin Avenue residence resulted in a fight over a recent petty theft report. One person was detained.
Police provided an Aberdeen Drive resident information on dealing with a potentially fake profile or scam.
A domestic dispute was reported at a Rector Avenue residence.
A male faced a trespassing charge after harassment and threats against a Lima Avenue resident who feared his return.
A domestic dispute was reported at a North Main Street residence. The male wanted the female “to calm down and leave him alone.”
An officer was requested at a Midland Avenue residence to discuss suspicious activity.
Suspicious activity was reported at Fort Findlay Playground, 1827 S. Blanchard St.
The following incidents were reported Tuesday:
A resident at Pleasant Township 120 and Ohio 613, west of McComb, was asked to remove a road hazard — a hose across the road utilized to operate a pump in the area.
A sex offense was reported to the sheriff’s office.
A female was stuck in her car in high water in the 15000 block of Marion Township 208. She was uninjured, but a boat was necessary to rescue her. A high water sign was requested east of Marion Township 208. Her vehicle was left until the water recedes. The road was closed.
A road hazard was reported at Allen Township 114 and Allen Township 14, Van Buren, with high water east of the bridge.
Allen Township 114 was covered with water and a tree was down over the road, blocking both lanes of traffic.
Three people were trespassing on private property by driving a “dirt bike” and a go-kart through yards and driveways in the 23000 block of U.S. 68, Williamstown.
A domestic dispute incident was reported on Hancock County 264, Alvada, after an ex-girlfriend retrieved her belongings and “broke everything of his and completely trashed the home,” according to the sheriff’s report.
A domestic argument between a female and male was reported on Hancock County 7. There was no physical contact and the male left the residence.
The following incidents were reported Wednesday:
A male who passed out at the Hancock County Justice Center was asked to leave the lobby, which he did without incident.
A utility pole was damaged at Hancock County 9 and Ohio 12.
An 8-year-old boy was stealing from his mother and ordering items online using her phone.
Farm fields on 123 Pleasant Township were driven through. The incident was reported Wednesday.
From the public records of Findlay Municipal Court. The following people were given jail sentences:
Ramon Ortega III, Findlay, drug paraphernalia, fine $250; 30 jail days, 22 suspended; drug paraphernalia, fine $250; 30 jail days, 30 suspended; drug paraphernalia, fine $250; 30 jail days, 30 suspended.
Andrew P. Parkins, Findlay, drug abuse instruments, fine $150; 30 jail days.
Jeremy A. Rau, Findlay, domestic violence, fine $250; 30 jail days, 30 suspended.
Anthony J. Digby, Findlay, reckless operation, fine $250; 30 jail days, 23 suspended; license suspended 181 days, with driving privileges.
Christopher M. Gierke, Rawson, reckless operation, fine $250; 30 jail days, 23 suspended; license suspended 366 days, with driving privileges.
Scott B. Alesch, Findlay, failure to disclose personal information, fine $250; 30 jail days, 27 suspended.
Barry A. Hilty, Findlay, drug abuse instruments, fine $250, 90 jail days, 85 suspended
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
1:40 p.m., 1710 Payne Ave., medical assist.
7:45 p.m., 314 W. Lincoln St., smoke removal.
1:22 a.m., 721½ Tiffin Ave., emergency medical service call.
12:28 p.m., 614 S. Blanchard St., medical assist.
1:02 p.m., 506 W. Main Cross St., police matter.
1:15 p.m., 510 W. Main Cross St., medical assist.
2:51 p.m., 1016 Tiffin Ave., traffic accident.