2014-07-26 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

• July 2: Police were dispatched to the Baltimore Courts apartment on a wellbeing check. The person was not there.

• July 3: Police took a report on a theft from a 200 block on North Walnut Street residence.

• July 3: Police were called to the 1100 block of Biggerton Street on a report of threats from a neighbor. Officers separated the parties involved.

• July 3: Police responded to a report of fireworks in the area of North Main and East Cliff streets. The subjects were advised to stop.

• July 3: Police were called on RP3 on a report of subjects out of control, burning tires on the lot and setting off fireworks from the car. Subjects left before police arrived.

• July 5: Police were dispatched to the area of North Liberty and Washington streets on report of fireworks. Subjects were not heard or seen with fireworks.

• July 5: Police were dispatched to the 200 block of East Market Street on a loud music complaint. Upon arrival the music was not loud.

• July 6: Police were called to South Granville Street on a vehicle lock-out. Entry was gained.

• July 8: Officers responded to the 700 block of Washington Street on a juvenile refusing to listen to her parents. The juvenile was advised.

Buckeye Lake

• July 14: Police transported a man released from the Fairfield County Jail to the Licking County Jail on a warrant out of Buckeye Lake.

• July 14: Police responded to a complaint of an assault at a Union Avenue residence.

• July 14: A Buckeye Lake KOA manager reported several juveniles trespassing on the campground.

• July 14: Police assisted Heath Police with locating a subject and arresting him on a warrant.

• July 17: A Rosebrough Circle domestic dispute resulted in one of the parties being charged with disorderly conduct.

• July 17: Police were called after a cab company was called to take a person to the hospital. The driver arrived to find the front door open but no one would come to the door. Police spoke with a neighbor who concluded the caller was drunk when she called for the cab and asked the officer to check on her. The officer entered the house and found the resident intoxicated and claiming to have trouble breathing. Police called the squad, but the resident didn’t need to be transported. The neighbor agreed to watch her. The resident was on felony parole and her parole officer was advised of the incident.

• July 17: A Dollar Store employee reported a shoplifter, who was caught on video surveillance.

• July 18: A landlord reported that tenants of a Walnut Road apartment believe someone tried to break into it. The tenants said nothing was missing but someone tampered with a door lock.

• July 18: Three drivers were each cited for traveling 45 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• July 18: Police checked out a report of a suspicious vehicle on private party. Vehicle owner was advised to leave.

• July 18: Police were requested to do a welfare check at a Walnut Road address. When the officer arrived, the resident was intoxicated and abusive toward the officer. According to the report, the woman, who was on probation, became violent and tried to flee when she was told she was under arrest. She was tased for a few seconds. She was charged with disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and received a holder for violating her probation. She was taken to jail.

• July 19: Police witnessed a driver run the light and make an illegal U-Turn at the Hebron and Mill Dam roads intersection. The driver was cited for the light but warned for the u-turn.

• July 19: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• July 19: A driver was cited for traveling 53 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• July 19: Police saw a driver run a red light at Ohio 79 and Mill Dam Road.

• July 19: Police checked out a report of possible impaired subject in the middle of Walnut Road. Person was not located.

• July 19: Police assisted park officers searching for a subject evading arrest.

• July 19: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• July 19: A driver was cited for traveling 55 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• July 19: A driver was cited for running a stop sign.

• July 20: Police assisted EMT’s with a subject having a bad reaction to drugs.

• July 20: A Lynn Avenue man reported that two men in a vehicle pulled a gun on him. He said a black man and white man were driving a grey Ford Taurus.

• July 20: A driver was cited for traveling 52 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

Hebron

• July 1: Police were dispatched to check US 40 for a Ford Ranger with a busted headlight that was being driven recklessly. Police did not see the vehicle.

• July 1: Police checked out a door-to-door solicitor on North Street. She was told she needed a license.

• July 1: Police took a report about a possible stolen wallet at the Kroger store.

• July 2: Police arrested a man at Main and High streets on a Muskingum County warrant.

• July 3: Police made a traffic stop on Ohio 79 at US 40 and cited a driver for going 72 in a 50 mph zone.

• July 4: Police on patrol at 2:08 a.m. saw a suspicious vehicle along Ohio 79. The driver said a money order had been blown out the vehicle and they were looking for it.

• July 4: Police made a traffic stop on Ohio 79 at O’Neill Drive and cited the driver for expired tags.

• July 4: Police recovered a bike on West 2nd Street at Cumberland. The bike has been placed in storage.

• July 4: Police were dispatched to the Lakewood Drive apartments on a report of someone smoking marijuana. Police spoke to the resident of the suspected source of the smell and found no evidence of drug use.

• July 4: Police responded to an alarm drop at Hendrickson Axle. Everything checked secure.

• July 4: Police made a traffic stop on East Main Street and ultimately charged the driver with OVI. He blew a 0.251 BAC.

• July 5: Police on patrol were flagged down in the Kroger parking lot. A man reported seeing a female walking down 9th Street who was being followed by a man in a pickup truck screaming for her to get the truck. Police were unable to locate the walker or the truck.

• July 6: Police cited a vehicle owner for abandoning a vehicle on private property. Police had previously marked it for 72 hours after a THK manager complained about its presence in the parking lot. The vehicle was impounded.

Millersport

• June 3: A driver was cited for squealing tires on 9th Avenue.

• June 5: A driver was cited for going 39 mph in a 25 mph zone.

• June 6: A driver was cited for a headlight violation and a failure to reinstate their driver’s license.

• June 12: Police responded to the fire station on an attempted suicide. The patient was transported to Fairfield Medical where she was “pink slipped” for her safety and evaluation.

• June 12: A Canal Drive resident was charged with intimidating a witness.

• June 12: Police were called to a Mill Street home on a report of a domestic dispute and assault. One person was arrested.

• June 13: A driver was cited for going 36 mph in a 25 mph zone and driving on a suspended license.

• June 12: Police were called to the Circle K convenience store on a report of an intoxicated individual. The suspect was tested and charged with public intoxication.

• June 19: Police arrested a person on 9th Avenue on a failure to appear warrant.

• June 20: Police were called to the Family Dollar store on a complaint of a theft. The suspect was charged.

• June 22: Police found property and entered it into evidence holding.

• June 22: A driver was cited for expired tags.

• June 28: Police were called to a Chautauqua Boulevard address on a possible mental health issue. The person was evaluated and transported to Fairfield Medical for care.

• June 28: A driver was cited for going 42 mph in a 25 mph zone.

• June 28: Police took a report on a criminal damaging complaint on Chautauqua Boulevard.

• June 29: Police were called to a Gift Street address on a theft of property complaint. Police took a report and are investigating.

• June 29: Police were called to the Circle K convenience store on a report of possible found narcotics. A test was negative and the property was entered into evidence.

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