• Ben L. Greeno, 40, Findlay, was taken into custody on a warrant.
• An East Sixth Street caller reported her vehicle was stolen overnight; it was later recovered by Findlay Police Department and she wishes to press charges against the subject for theft.
• A North Union Street caller reported someone stole their tablet from their front porch.
• A West Eagle Street caller advised someone broke into his home and stole items, including firearms. Officer advised the scene was processed; firearms were taken and the incident is under investigation.
• A Stearns Road caller reported the tires on her vehicle were slashed. Officer advised it appeared to have been caused by the vehicle running over an object.
• A Watson Avenue caller requested an officer for a vehicle unlock. Officer advised assistance was rendered.
• Officer was requested to check the area of Stadium Drive for a dog loose in the area. Officer advised the dog was returned to owner.
• A West High Street caller reported a bicycle dropped off in the parking lot of the location. Officer advised the bike was taken to the impound lot.
• 9-1-1 caller reported a man on his East Culbertson Street porch stated there were men with guns at his Lynn Street house.
• A subject turned over a set of keys found near the intersection of West South and South Wood streets.
• An Ohio Avenue caller reported her teenage daughter is causing a disturbance and she needs her removed from the residence. Officer advised the mother and daughter were separated and the mom was leaving the area when her ride picked her up.
• Fostoria Police assisted the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office on a possible breaking and entering at an Ohio 12 location. The sheriff’s office took one into custody.
• An East Culbertson Street caller reported her pre-teen daughter was assaulted by another juvenile. Officer advised all parties were requesting to pursue charges and the incident is under investigation. Charges are pending.
• A West Fourth Street caller reported a group of people smoking marijuana in a vehicle and streaming it on Facebook. Officer advised he was unable to locate.
• An Elwood Avenue caller reported two vehicle parked along the side of his residence, which were parked illegally. Officer advised he made contact with the owner’s family and they would move the vehicle.
• A Beier Drive caller reported someone banging on the windows, requested an officer. Officer advised no one was beating on the windows.
• Complainant came on station for a bicycle license. Officer advised the license was issued.
• Employee of a business near the intersection of Hughes and South Poplar streets reported a man inside the business who was refused alcohol because he was intoxicated; advised he was driving south on Poplar Street. Officer advised the vehicle was parked and unoccupied at a West Axline Street location.
• Caller reported a vehicle jumped the tracks at Fremont Street and had been driving recklessly and speeding through the neighborhood near North Caples Street and Stadium Drive. Officer advised the vehicle was unoccupied
• Complainant came on station and requested to speak to an officer regarding her teenage daughter being unruly.
• An Oaklawn Avenue caller requested a vehicle unlock. Officer advised assistance was rendered.
• Employee of a Van Buren Street medical facility advised of an assault victim being treated. Officer advised the assault occurred in Marion.
• An Eisenhower Drive caller reported several juveniles in the tree line by the creek causing damage; they were tearing trees down and throwing things in the water. Officer advised he was unable to locate.
• An East High Street caller reported loud music coming from a vehicle. Officer advised he did hear loud music but it has since stopped; he said there was a vehicle matching the description but the music was not coming from there and he was unable to locate the source.
• An East Fremont Street caller requested an officer remove a bat from her home.
• Complainant reported a vehicle on Lytle Street that was striking the curb several times and changing direction of travel frequently. Officer advised he was unable to locate the vehicle.
• Squad requested to the 300 block of East Fremont Street at 3:35 a.m. for a female who was throwing up.
• Squad requested to the 400 block of West Lytle Street at 4:30 a.m. for an elderly female who possibly had a heart attack.
• Squad was requested to provide mutual aid for Bascom in the 1300 block of North Township Road 21 at 3:58 p.m.
• 9-1-1 call at 5:04 p.m., EMS requested to the 400 block of South Poplar Street for a young child who fell down the stairs and was unresponsive.
• Alarm company advised of a medical alarm activation at a location in the 700 block of Stinchcomb Drive at 5:06 p.m.
• A Monroe Street caller reported someone across the river had been burning wood for the last two days and his house was filling up with smoke.
• Deputy issued a citation for speed at Sullivan and Union streets in Bettsville.
• Deputies completed several address verification stops in town.
• A North Ohio 635 caller advised she thought she was involved in a fraud.
• Complainant reported a male subject was attempting to pull him out of a vehicle on West Township Road 112 while a toddler was inside screaming.
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