2015-07-04 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

• June 9: Police were called to a North Granville Street apartment on a report of an unruly juvenile. The juvenile was advised of the possible consequences of being unruly.

• June 9: Police checked out a report of possible trespassers at a West Market Street residence. The individuals were there on behalf of a bank.

• June 10: Police were called to a domestic dispute on Yencer Street. All parties were advised.

• June 12: Police checked out a report of a possible burglary at a vacant West Market Street residence. Police took a report.

• June 13: Police responded to a lock out call on Kumler Street. Entry was gained.

• June 15: Police were called about a theft on North Basil Street. The complainant said her ex-boyfriend stole some items from her porch. Police contacted him and he said he would return the items.

• June 15: Police took a report on an non-injury crash at Basil and Market streets.

• June 19: Police were called to a Wagner Street address on a report of several teenagers in a dispute. Everyone was advised.

• June 20: Police responded to a lock out call on Oak Street. Entry was gained.

• June 21: Police were dispatched to a report of a domestic dispute at a West Market Street residence. The female half was found bleeding from her nose. She told police that her husband had head butted her in the nose. Her husband was arrested for domestic violence and taken to the Fairfield County Jail.

Buckeye Lake

• June 24: Police responded to a report of two men stealing mulch from Walnut Road town homes. An officer located the suspects carrying mulch and arrested them for theft. One of the suspects possessed marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and was on probation. Both were transported to Licking County Jail.

• June 24: A Highland Avenue woman reported cash stolen from her home and named suspects. Police are investigating.

• June 24: A Rosebraugh Circle woman said her daughter was calling and harassing her.

• June 25: Police assisted a woman who was locked out of her house.

• June 25: A Union Avenue woman said a dog bit her as she walked down the street. The squad was called to treat her injuries. The dog’s owner had no tags or license and charges are pending.

• June 25: Police responded to a report of an impaired driver. Although a passenger had been drinking, the driver was sober.

• June 25: Police discovered a woman sifting through the Goodwill store’s trash container. She was advised.

• June 25: Police responded to a report of an active domestic dispute. A couple was arguing loudly, but it was not a physical confrontation. Parties were advised to quiet down or face possible arrest.

• June 26: A W. 2nd Street woman said a suspicious male was harassing her.

• June 26: A Walnut Road man was arrested on a parole violation.

• June 26: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• June 26: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• June 27: A possible domestic dispute turned out to be only a verbal disagreement.

• June 27: Police advised a woman not to allow a specific inappropriate person to take care of her very young daughter or the woman may face child endangerment charges.

• June 27: A W. 2nd Street woman said her ex-boyfriend wouldn’t leave her alone.

• June 28: A W. 3rd Street man was advised his dog was barking while he was away.

• June 28: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute, but the incident was just a verbal disagreement.

• June 29: Two males were advised to leave a property or be charged with trespassing.

• June 30: Police assisted a Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputy in apprehending a woman with a felony warrant who was also found to be in possession of drugs.

Hebron

• June 2: Police were asked by a suicide hotline to contact a woman requesting help. Police found her and eventually pinkslipped her for evaluation at Licking Memorial Hospital.

• June 3: Police took a report after a driver trying to park at Vance Outdoors pressed the accelerator by mistake, striking the building.

• June 4: Polilce assisted the Licing County Sheriff’s Office in Buckeye Lake with an active domestic dispute at 6:56 a.m. The suspect was already under arrest when police arrived.

• June 5: Police were call to a West Main Street address on a report of a possible overdose. A woman there had taken a large quantity of sleeping pills. She was taken to the hospital.

• June 5: Police conducting a residence check on Wooster Street saw an open garage door. Police contacted the resident who said they had returned home and forgotten to close the garage door.

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