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

Police Department

The following incidents were reported Thursday:

A male was threatening another male after a device was placed on a vehicle to make it non-movable in the parking lot at 730 W. Trenton Ave. The action was taken after a bad check was written.

An unruly 16-year-old boy was reported at 137 Allen Ave.

A person was taken into custody after a domestic dispute on Lexington Avenue.

A female complained of the close proximity of a group of people running together in the cemetery, 1120 W. Main Cross St. She said they are “too close to each other and she is tired of seeing so many crowds in town.”

Police were called to 215 Jefferson St. to assist a crew manager as people harassed the workers who were trying to demolish a building. A man was reportedly removing copper pipe from the building and was told to leave the property.

Three bad checks were written at 7591 Patriot Drive. The caller had copies of the checks and McComb police took the person into custody.

A customer who paid for a prescription was doing grocery shopping at Walmart, 1161 W. Trenton Ave., when she noticed the prescription was missing from the cart. Personnel were checking video recordings for possible information about the culprit.

An intoxicated driver swerving “all over the road” was reported in the 3200 block of Hillcrest Avenue. The vehicle was stopped, and police spoke with the driver and determined no impairment.

Used hypodermic needles were reported in an alley in the 300 block of West Main Cross St.

A shoplifter pushed a cart out of Great Scot, 301 W. Main Cross St., grabbed items from the cart and left the area.

A man, found smoking in his room, was asked to leave Red Roof Inn, 1600 Fox St.

Loud music was reported from a residence in the 500 block of Fourth Street. Residents were told to keep the music down.

Sheriff’s Office

The following incidents were reported Thursday:

A railroad crossing gate was damaged at County Roads 18 and 216.

A theft of 5-inch tile was reported stolen from County Roads 9 and 45.

A man reportedly stole a six-pack of beer from a carry-out at 607 S. Main St., Mount Blanchard. He left in a small black pickup truck.

A dog knocked a woman off her bicycle in Jenera.

A male driving a dirt bike was given a warning for trespassing in a field east of Mount Blanchard.

A 16-year-old was reportedly scammed out of $470.

A manager at the Pilot Travel Center, 11471 Ohio 613, reported that two people attempted to steal items from the store. They were passengers on a Greyhound bus that had stopped at the center. The bus had left by the time deputies arrived.

A Forest teen was reported to have run away from home.

A Hancock County woman was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital because she was having thoughts of hurting her child.

A stop sign was damaged at Township Roads 177 and 149, Arlington.

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