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

Police Department

Sometime between October and July 9, an engagement ring went missing from 1800 Payne Ave.

Four area residents wanted under separate warrants were located recently on Broad Avenue, West Main Cross Street and Howard Street.

A Parkside Place person was caught Monday with drug paraphernalia on Bolton Street.

Suspected marijuana and a digital scale were seized Monday from a North Baltimore citizen’s auto after it was stopped in the 1400 block of Broad Avenue.

Charges were pending in the wake of a Monday melee at 128 Midland Ave.

An intoxicated Findlay man, found falling down and “having issues” on Allen Avenue, was jailed for disorderly conduct Monday.

Three parked cars were scratched in the 1000 block of Selby Street. The report was filed Monday.

A Lester Avenue youth was arrested for domestic violence after threatening a family member Monday.

A McComb motorist was charged Tuesday with drunken driving and having a suspended license following traffic violations in the 1800 block of Broad Avenue.

A city man was facing an allegation of possessing marijuana on West Wallace Street on Tuesday.

Anyone with information about a crime can call Findlay/Hancock County Crimestoppers between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays at 419-425-TIPS, or visit

Callers may remain anonymous.


From the public records of Hancock County Common Pleas Court:

Marriage Licenses

Brock Post, Fort Irwin, California, U.S. Army, and Bobbie Rocha, waitress, Chino, California.

John Hodes, operations specialist, and Ann-Marie Kayser, project manager, both of Findlay.

Julie Cook, CSR, and Michael Ernest, manufacturing, both of Findlay.

Dustin Adkins, construction, and Bobbie Jolliff, both of rural Mount Blanchard.

Sanong Vilaiphone, warehouse worker, and Vongdeaune Khamphoumy, warehouse worker, both of rural McComb.

Noah Burchett, assistant manager, and Hope Mason, preschool teacher, both of Findlay.

Victoria Lopez, manager-in-training, and Alexander Schroeder, assistant general manager, both of Findlay.

Trinity Powell, server, and Ryan Conner, restaurant manager, both of Marion, Iowa.

Zane Wolfe and Chelsey Brown, Lowe’s Distribution, both of Findlay.

Dawnya Hummel, server, and James Baumlein, mechanic, both of Findlay.

Steven Hess Jr., carpenter, and Mariah Romero, factory worker, both of Van Buren.

Justin Evans, assembler, and Lacey Hill, state-tested nurse’s aide, both of Arlington.

Mitchell Wilson, engineer, and Jenna Corban, bank teller, both of rural Jenera.

Ruben Vela, cook, and Erica Miles, homemaker, both of Findlay.

Robert Kadlubowski, retail, and Nataliia Krasovska, homemaker, both of Findlay.

Thomas Brown, factory worker, and Michael Risser, self-employed, both of Findlay.

Adam Crow, Lincoln Park, Michigan, mechanic, and Wanda Byrd, Dearborn Heights, Michigan, self-employed.

Lana Schmitzer, Arlington, certified teacher, and Daniel Sprain, Surprise, Arizona, student.

Divorces, Dissolutions

Christopher Carlson from Aimee Carlson, divorce.

Ryan Doyle from Andria Doyle, divorce.

Joseph Logsdon Jr. from Tamara Logsdon, divorce.

Juvenile Court

From the public records of Hancock County Juvenile Court:

Ashley Sowards, of Findlay, was sentenced to six months in the Hancock County jail and fined $1,000 for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a misdemeanor. Hancock County Juvenile Court will suspend the sentence and fine if Sowards complies with all court orders.

Fire Calls

From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:


6:50 a.m., 15100 Birchaven Lane, alarm malfunction.

2:57 p.m., 1115 S. Blanchard St., emergency medical service call.