2015-03-28 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

• March 9: Police responded to an alarm drop at a North Main Street business. Building checked secure.

• March 10: Police were dispatched to a domestic dispute in the roadway of Baltimore Somerset Road. The female half said nothing had occurred and just wanted the male half to leave her alone. Police advised both parties.

• March 10: Police were called to a Pleasantville home on a man not breathing. Medics pronounced the man dead. Police are investigating.

• March 12: Police were called to a Gordon Street home on a lockout of a vehicle that was running. Entry was gained.

• March 11: Police on patrol found an unlocked door at a business and tripped the alarm. The door was secured.

• March 13: Police checked the Basil and Leonard roads area for a vehicle reported to be throwing concrete blocks into the roadway. The vehicle was located and the driver was advised.

• March 13: Police were called to the high school on a report of a fight. Police assisted school officials with the incident.

• March 14: Police were called to a South Park Drive address on a vehicle lockout with the vehicle running with dogs inside. Entry was gained.

• March 16: Police are investigating several reports of tires being slashed.

• March 16: Police took a report on the theft of a bicycle from a North Granville Street home.

• March 16: Police took a report after a Basil Street business reported that vehicle had struck the building.

• March 17: Police were dispatched to a North Liberty Street residence on a report of a domestic dispute. One person was arrested for domestic violence.

• March 18: Police responded to a non-injury accident on Washington Street near the high school. A report was taken.

Buckeye Lake

• March 16: Police investigated a 911 hang-up call and discovered the caller wanted to report a missing juvenile. The caller said the juvenile showed up just as the call was going through.

• March 16: Police assisted the squad with an overdose incident.

• March 16:Police were asked to do a welfare check on a child at the KOA campground. The child was fine.

• March 17: A West 1st Street man told police he found several hypodermic needles in a crock. The needles appeared to be for horses. PetPlex veterinarian Doug Poorman said they appeared to be the needles that were stolen from his vehicle a few years ago.

• March 17: A woman told police she had such severe stomach pain that she wanted to kill herself. She was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital.

• March 19: A W. 7th Street woman said a juvenile threw a cell phone at her daughter and broke her two front teeth. There was a witness.

• March 19: Two drivers were each cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• March 19: A Goodwill Store employee reported a man wanted to check out with seven carts full of items. The man’s wife said he had a brain aneurism and had purchased $11,000 of items from thrift stores in the last week. The wife said she contacted his doctor.

• March 19: A Walnut Road man asked police to retrieve a phone and keys from his ex- girlfriend’s house. He said he was arrested and left them there, and claimed she was using his phone to post lewd pictures of him on Facebook.

• March 20: Police received complaints about a disturbance at a Hebron Road residence. Parties were advised and a report was generated.

• March 21: A driver was cited for traveling 55 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• March 21: A driver was cited for not activating headlights at night.

• March 21: A Mansfield man told police he backed into a fence. He left his contact information for the fence owner.

• March 21: Two drivers were each cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• March 21: A Highland Avenue man said his neighbor’s cats were soiling his property. The neighbor was advised.

• March 22: A Highland Avenue woman requested a civil standby.

• March 22: A Groveport woman said she injured her hand at the North Shore Boat Ramp and requested assistance.

• March 22: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• March 22: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• March 22: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• March 23: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Lynn Wood Drive residence. It checked secure.

Hebron

• March 1: Police were dispatched to assist Buckeye Lake Police with an active fight at the Beachridge Lounge. The parties had separated when police arrived.

• March 2: Police made a traffic stop on Enterprise Drive at Reliance Drive and cited a driver for going 71 mph in a 35 mph zone.

• March 2: Police placed a disabling device on a Thorn Township resident’s vehicle per a Licking County Municipal Court order.

• March 4: A motorist told police about a vehicle off the roadway at Refugee and Canyon roads. The driver lost control of his vehicle. Police stood by until a tow truck was able to remove the vehicle.

• March 5: Police arrested a Buckeye Lake woman on a warrant and took her to jail.

• March 5: A woman was issued a summons in lieu of arrest after being detained for shoplifting at the Kroger store.

• March 7: Police made a traffic stop on North High Street and cited a driver for going 52 mph in a 35 mph zone.

• March 7: Police were dispatched to assist Buckeye Lake Police with an active fight at the Beachridge Lounge. Police stood by until all parties left the area.

• March 8: Police on patrol at 1:02 a.m. saw a suspicious vehicle in the Commodore Bank park lot. The driver was lost.

• March 8: Police made a traffic stop on Ohio 79 at Enterprise Drive and cited a driver for driving under suspension.

• March 8: Police made a traffic stop on North High Street and cited a driver for driving under suspension and marked lanes.

• March 8: Police made a traffic stop on Ohio 79 at U.S. 40 and cited a driver for going 70 mph in a 50 mph zone.

• March 9: A woman will be charged with theft after being detained for shoplifting at the Kroger store.

• March 10: Police issued a deer kill slip after a man found a dead doe along Ohio 79.

• March 10: A Canal Road apartment resident was arrested for domestic violence after police determined he was the primary aggressor in an altercation with his live-in girlfriend. He was taken to jail.

• March 11: Police made a traffic stop on Arrowhead Boulevard and cited a driver for driving under suspension and failure to reinstate.

• March 11: A Lakewood school bus driver reported the license number and description of a vehicle that passed her stopped bus on Ohio 79 near Maple Avenue. The license plate number came back as an invalid number.

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