Two Findlay teenagers were arrested late Thursday after a caller reported a vehicle parked and selling drugs in Brown Park.
Officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department responded to the area about 11:30 p.m. and saw a vehicle matching the description leaving the Madriver Marathon station across from the park.
They followed the vehicle west and initiated a traffic stop on Garfield Avenue near the city limit.
The driver was a 19-year-old Findlay woman and the passengers were identified as Tremayne A. Wilson, 17, and Jacob Pahl, 19.
Both of the male occupants had outstanding warrants for their arrest from Hancock County, officers report.
A loaded 45-caliber handgun was found inside the vehicle along with marijuana in plain sight, officers report. The males were taken into custody and first taken to the Logan County Jail before officers learned Tremayne was a juvenile and transported him to the Logan County Juvenile Detention Center.
There, corrections officers located suspected crack cocaine hidden in his clothing.
Tremayne was charged with delinquency counts of conveying drugs into a detention center, possession of cocaine, trafficking in cocaine, improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and a curfew violation.
In addition to the probation violation, Pahl was charged with failure to disclose personal information to authorities.
The driver reportedly cooperated with officers and was released without being charged.
Teen charged with drinking; drive-thru employee charged, fired
A teen was charged for drinking and a drivethru employee who allegedly sold him the booze was charged with selling to a minor after a Wednesday evening incident.
At about 7:20 p.m., officers on patrol in the 200 block of south Main Street, saw a vehicle with several apparent equipment violations and stopped it in the 1300 block of south Main.
During questioning, the driver, Seth Shields, 17, of 337 W. Township Road 37, admitted he had mixed drinks in the vehicle and turned over four 22-ounce bottles of alcoholic beverages.
He was charged with delinquency underage consumption and issued a citation for improper display of a license.
He was released to his parents, who later called police to report that their son had bought the alcohol from an employee of Oasis Drive-Thru. 406 S. Main St.
Emolyee Amber J. Lloyd, 35, of 816 Heritage Court, Apt. 1, was charged with selling liquor to a minor and was reportedly terminated from the job on Thurday.
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