Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Feb. 25: A Union Avenue woman reported someone was stealing gasoline from her vehicle.
• Feb. 26: A Walnut Road woman said her brother would not stop sending her harassing text messages.
• Feb. 26: A Newark woman asked police to check on her sister, who lives in Buckeye Lake. She believed her sister may be missing. A friend said the sister was now living in Newark, although that was not verified.
• Feb. 26: An Econolodge manager said two males and a female were in a room that was not rented to them. The manager asked to have them removed. The female had a warrant for her arrest out of Heath.
• Feb. 27: Police assisted Hebron Police with a man violating a civil protection order.
• Feb. 28: Police stood by as the complainant’s future ex-wife removed her property.
• Feb. 28: A Zanesville man said a Buckeye Lake man threatened him with a gun. The suspect denied all interaction with the complainant.
• Feb. 28: A Hebron Road woman said a man was riding a four-wheeler in a parking lot, causing a disturbance. Negative contact.
• March 1: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Lynnwood Circle residence.
• March 1: A man who experienced a seizure in his car was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital.
• March 1: Police received a report of a large bar fight, but found no fight upon arrival. Several intoxicated people reported being assaulted, but none had visible injuries.
• March 1: Police checked out a complaint of loud music at a Highland Avenue residence. The resident turned down the volume. and transported to PetPlex, where it was found to have an ID chip. The owner was located and reunited with the dog.
• Feb. 4: A driver was cited for failure to maintain control after sliding off South High Street and striking a mailbox and a utility pole guide wire.
• Feb. 5: Police assisted the fire department by contacting the owner of a Kelly Drive home that was on fire.
• Feb. 5: Police were called to a domestic dispute between a grandmother and her grandson at an East Main Street home. The juvenile made some threats and was eventually ‘pink-slipped’ to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.
• Feb. 5: Police assisted a Licking County Sheriff’s deputy at 11:15 p.m. with an uncooperative driver involved in a crash near the Dollar General store in Buckeye Lake.
• Feb. 6: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police at 10:26 p.m. on a report of a disturbance at Louie’s Corner House Bar. The parties left before police arrived.
• Feb. 7: Police made a traffic stop on East Main Street and cited the driver for driving under suspension.
• Feb. 7: Police made a traffic stop on East Main Street at Basin and cited the driver for going 41 mph in a 25 mph zone.
• Feb. 7: Police checked a South High Street home for an individual at the request of the Pataskala Police Department.
• Feb. 7: Police made a traffic stop on Hebron Road and cited the driver for expired tags.
• Feb. 8: Police made a traffic sop on Ohio Ohio 79 at O’Neill Drive for marked lanes. The driver was cited that violation and OVI. The driver blew a 0.122 on a BAC test.
• Feb. 8: Police were called about a woman trying to gain entry to a Broadway Street apartment. She told police she was the tenant’s aunt. The woman said her miece was in jail and had asked her to collect some of her belongings. CODE officers had recovered a possible meth lab on the back porch.
• Feb. 9: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Commodore Bank. They were told to disregard enroute by the alarm company. Police checked out the building and area anyway. Everything checked OK.
• Feb. 9: Police issued a deer kill slip to a driver at the western corporation limits on US 40.
• Feb. 9: Police asked a Canal Road apartment resident at 10:32 p.m. to turn down loud music after receiving a complaint.
• Feb. 10: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Feb. 10: A driver was cited for going 74 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Feb. 11: Police were called about a person refusing to leave the area around Crossroad Dental Group. He was holding a sign in the curb lawn. He was warned not to cross the sidewalk since he had been trespassed from the business.