Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• May 11: Police were called to a West Market Street address on a report of a lock-out. Entry was made.
• Mary 11: Police arrested an employee for theft at the drivethru. Charges are being reviewed by the prosecutor’s office.
• May 11: Police responded to an alarm drop at a West Market Street home. Everything checked OK.
• May 12: A resident reported an open door on a West Market Street building. The building was checked and the door was secured.
• May 15: Police were called about a juvenile riding a dirt bike on the roadway in the area of East Market Street and Holder Road. Police located the rider and advised him to walk the bike back to his home and keep it off the roadways.
• May 15: Police were called to the area of Mill Street and Fairview Avenue on a report of a fight. Parties were advised and police determined that no one had been assaulted.
• May 17: Police were called about a suspicious person in the area of West Market and Factory streets. Police had negative contact and advised the complainant to call again if the person was spotted.
• May 18: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Holder Road home. Everything checked OK.
• May 18: Police were called to the Car Company on a report of a stolen truck. Police took a report and entered it into the LEADS network.
• May 19: Police checked out a complaint of an open rear window on a vacant house on Basil Street.
• May 20: Police were called to the Subway restaurant on a report of a theft by an employee.
• May 20: A West Market Street resident complained that someone was trying to use her identity to take out a loan. Police took a report.
• May 21: Police meet the suspect from the Subway restaurant theft at the police station. The individual was arrested and taken to jail.
• May 16: A Walnut Road woman said her boyfriend hit her the previous day.
• May 16: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• May 17: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone and expired tags.
• May 17: Officer pulled over a vehicle for traveling 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone. The driver was extremely uncooperative and argumentative. The driver had a previous speeding violation within the last year and failed to inform the officer she had a concealed carry permit. The driver was cited for speeding.
• May 17: A Walnut Road woman requested a civil standby while she checked to see if her boyfriend, whom she is trying to evict, was in the home.
• May 18: A Walnut Road woman reported a menacing incident; however, the officer disagreed that the incident qualified as menacing. The woman was advised.
• May 18: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• May 19: A Smith Street woman said her son may have stolen money from her bank account.
• May 19: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• May 19: A McDonald’s employee said a customer was intoxicated and causing problems.
• May 20: A man was told he would need to evict a person who had been living at his house but was no longer welcome.
• May 20: A Neel Avenue woman said her ex-husband stole several items, including her bankcard, from her home and damaged her car.
• May 22: A Cliff Street woman reported her purse stolen from her car. It was later found and returned to her.
• May 22: A Park Street woman reported her cat was poisoned, possibly with mouse or snake poison. A neighbor admitted to using mouse poison, but denied intending to kill cats.