From the public records of the Findlay Police Department:
The following incidents were reported Wednesday:
A Lima Avenue resident told police he thinks someone was in his apartment without permission.
A Findlay resident told police Wednesday morning that he has a $5,000 bounty on his head.
A West Trenton Avenue business reported money was taken from its safe.
A Findlay juvenile contacted police saying he is being abused at home.
Police made an arrest after investigating suspicious activity on Dayton Avenue at about 11 a.m.
Police received a report of people smoking marijuana in the parking lot of a Tiffin Avenue restaurant.
An assault was reported on Breckenridge Road.
A Findlay resident reported a case of fraud regarding use of a credit card.
Police were asked to investigate a North Main Street business, which was asking customers for their personal identification numbers. The store explained they were no longer permitted to hand customers the credit pad due to concerns about COVID-19.
A Stanley Avenue resident reported someone tried to kick his door down Tuesday night.
Police were asked to stop someone from riding a mini-bike in Bernard Park.
A boy, who was reported missing from a Second Street home, was located a few blocks away Wednesday afternoon.
Police made an arrest at a domestic dispute on Brookview Trail.
A sex offense was reported involving a Findlay girl.
Police responded to a report of an unruly juvenile at a West Main Cross Street residence.
A Grand Avenue resident reported finding a suspicious note on her door Tuesday night. She told police she feels like she is being harassed.
An assault was reported at a Tiffin Avenue business.
A man was punched in the face and the assailant stole his skateboard at about 7 p.m. Wednesday in the 500 block of West Main Cross Street.
A woman reported a panhandler approached her car and knocked on the window in the 1100 block of West Trenton Avenue.
A France Street resident reported someone cut a hole in the screen of a kitchen window, and may have been trying to break into the house. Nothing was reported missing in the home.
A Crystal Avenue resident reported being threatened on Facebook.
A suspicious vehicle was reported parked for several hours on Washington Avenue.
Police made an arrest at the scene of a possible overdose in the 400 block of West Sandusky Street at about 9:30 p.m.
A group of about 10 people with dogs were reported walking in the Oakwoods Nature Preserve at night.
From the public records of the Findlay Fire Department:
8:44 p.m., 336 Cherry St., medical assist.
9:25 p.m., 423 W. Sandusky St., medical assist.
6:36 a.m., 2032 Silverstone Drive, medical assist.