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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 Friday:

A woman appeared to have overdosed on Percocet in the 2300 block of Ivy Court.

Music was being played too loudly in the 600 block of H Street.

A man driving a white pickup struck a woman in the passenger seat at McDonald’s, 1921 Tiffin Ave.

A teenage boy had a bleeding scratch on his chest after being abused by his mother and a sibling at a Milestone Drive residence.

A man has been harassing his ex-wife by showing up at her place of employment on Tiffin Avenue.

A female was caught shoplifting at Walmart, on Tiffin Avenue.

Occupants of a red SUV appeared to be dealing drugs at one Interstate Drive hotel property. When they were asked to leave, they went to a different hotel property on Interstate Drive.

A money order appeared to have been stolen from a property in the 1800 block of Deer Ridge Drive.

A domestic disturbance occurred in the 2400 block of Grace Boulevard.

A man was harassing customers at Dollar General, 707 S. Blanchard St.

A man was running through the woods behind the apartments in the 2400 block of Jennifer Lane. He also changed clothes back there, putting on a white sweatshirt and black track pants.

Needles were found near a picnic table to the rear of the property at 2200 Jennifer Lane. In addition a male, whose ex-wife has a protection order against him, had to be removed.

A TV was stolen from a storage unit at 107 Stanford Parkway.

Music was being played loudly and a bonfire was emitting a lot of smoke in the 700 block of Hull Avenue.

Loud music and gunshots were heard in the 600 block of Center Street.

A domestic disturbance occurred in the 400 block of East Pearl Street.

Very large fireworks were being set off in the 100 block of Western Avenue.

Drug dealing was suspected when there was a lot of activity around a blue truck in the 1000 block of Interstate Court.

The following incidents were reported Saturday:

Neighbors kept shining flashlights into a residence in the 100 block of Monroe Avenue.

A male appeared to have overdosed at a residence in the 2000 block of Breckenridge Road.

Music was being played loudly in the 1600 block of Sherry Street.

A Findlay resident threatened to shoot her neighbor’s dogs.

A fight occurred in the 2000 block of Breckenridge Road.

A man threatened to use a gun to resolve a custody dispute in the 1600 block of Grant Boulevard.

Motorcycles were racing loudly for hours in the 100 block of North Blanchard Street.

Someone reported that dogs were barking constantly — as they do all the time — at a residence in the 2300 block of Washington Avenue.

A domestic disturbance occurred in the 2400 block of Grace Boulevard.

A man went to McDonald’s on Tiffin Avenue, and then came back, driving around the parking lot, cussing and yelling at an employee.

A man was pointing a BB gun at a female somewhere behind the fire station on Tiffin Avenue.

A loud explosion occurred in the woods behind the fire station on Hancock County 236 and Township Road 212.

A domestic disturbance occurred in the 500 block of Grand Avenue.

Windows were smashed at a property in the 300 block of North Main Street.

People were yelling, wailing and making a lot of noise, making it difficult for neighbors to sleep in the 700 block of North Main Street.

Sheriff’s Office

The following incidents were reported Friday:

Trespass warnings were issued to people riding four-wheelers in a field east of Houcktown.

A domestic disturbance occurred in the 7000 block of Ohio 235.

A domestic disturbance occurred at a rural Arlington residence.

Four-wheelers were doing burnouts and driving through fields in the area of Hancock County 26.

The following incidents were reported Saturday:

A Township Road 123 resident reported checks were stolen and forged.

A domestic dispute was reported on West Melrose Avenue.

A County Road 216 woman reported receiving threatening text messages.

Deputies investigated a report that someone blew up explosives in a field along County Road 212 around 8:30 p.m. One complainant reported the explosion shook the house. Deputies found debris scattered that appeared to be parts of a wheelbarrow.

A domestic incident was reported on County Road 203.

A business at 2001 Tiffin Ave. reported that someone left without paying for two cases of beer.

A resident of 2800 S. Main St. reported that a neighbor’s television was too loud.

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