UPDATE – Suspect In Findlay Pursuit Fires Shot At Officer

(From the Findlay Police Department)

UPDATE – Police say Arthur Hall was involved in another pursuit in Lucas County on Saturday night while driving the Jeep Liberty he stole from the Van Buren area and was apprehended by the Toledo Police Department. 


An officer with the Findlay Police Department attempted to stop a vehicle in the 200 block of Western Ave. for numerous traffic violations on Saturday at 7:19 p.m.

The vehicle fled from the officer and the officer pursued for several miles.

The pursuit ended in the 14000 block of Township Rd 218 in Van Buren.

The driver and one of the passengers of the vehicle fled on foot and the driver fired a shot from a handgun.

The officer was not injured nor did he return fire.

The passenger who fled and another occupant of the vehicle were later caught and detained.

The driver, identified as Arthur RC Hall III, has not been captured.

After fleeing on foot, it is suspected that Arthur stole a white Jeep Liberty, bearing Ohio Registration JMF5432.

Arthur is to be considered armed and dangerous and is wanted by the Findlay Police Department for numerous charges.

He is also wanted by the Adult Parole Authority.

Arthur is described as 6’00 tall, 225 pounds and was last seen wearing jeans, a dark hoodie, black boots, and possibly a beanie hat.

He also has a large tattoo across his neck that says, “Don’t Try me.”