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Task Force charges seven establishments with underage sales of alcohol

On Feb. 20 and March 2 the Hardin County Crime Task Force conducted an underage sales of alcohol investigation at 20 county establishments that sell alcohol for consumption off premise, according to Hardin County Sheriff's Office.

According to the Sheriff's Office:
"This is done on a periodic basis throughout the county to ensure that minors are not being sold alcohol in our communities.

Ada police log Feb. 15-22

February 16th
-          Handled Non-injury Accident at Central & Johnson, Citation issued, Report taken
-          Assist EMS on S Gilbert
-          Handled Unwanted Person Complaint on W North
-          Handled Non-injury Accident on S Main St
-          Traffic stop Warning for No Headlights
-          Handled Possible Suicidal Complaint, Report taken
-          Handled Suspicious Activity Complaint on W Lima Ave
-          Traffic stop Citation issued for Red Light
-          Handled Harassment Complaint

Ada police logs for Feb. 9-15

February 9
-          Traffic stop Warning for Equipment & Sticker Violation
-          Traffic stop Waning for Speed
-          Traffic stop Warning for Red Light
-          Report taken for Miscellaneous Information
-          Handled Non-injury Accident by the Ada Post Office
-          Assist EMS on E North
-          Handled Identity Theft Complaint, Report taken
-          Handled Parking issue Complaint between Edwards & Liberty
-          Traffic stop Citation issued for Red Light

Police call logs cover Feb. 2-8

February 2
-          Traffic stop Warning for Stop Sign
-          Handled Open Door Found on Ballard
-          Handled Possible Theft Complaint on Edwards
-          Traffic stop Warning for Headlights
-          Handled Snowmobile Complaint on Turner
-          Handled Suspicious Male / Activity Complaint on Turner

Ada police log for Jan. 26-Feb. 1

January 26
-          Assist Stuck Motorist on St. Rt. 81
-          Assist Stuck Motorist on Twp. Rd. 35
-          Handled Parking Complaint on S Gilbert
-          Handled Parking Complaint on E Lehr
-          Handled Well Being Check on Autumn Dr.
-          Handled Snowmobile Complaint in the area of Conley, Bakers Field & Grand Ave

Red Cross assisting Mt. Cory family following Friday house fire

The American Red Cross of Hancock County is helping a Findlay family and a Mt. Cory family following fires in their homes.

A Findlay family of four received assistance for clothing and seasonal clothing and comfort kits with personal hygiene items following the fire in their Elm St. home on Thursday evening.   Red Cross Disaster Responders Bill Davis and Karl Gingrich responded to the call for help.

Early Friday morning, Red Cross Disaster Responders Pat Swisher and Karl Gingrich answered a call for assistance at a home fire on N. Main St. in Mt. Cory.  After assessing the immediate needs of the resident, assistance for clothing and seasonal clothing was provided.