2014-09-27 / Police Report

A few police reports

Compiled from selected area police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Sept. 6: A Buckeye Lake retail business manager reported that a person was spending counterfeit bills.

• Sept. 6: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• Sept. 6: Police took a report of vandalism.

• Sept. 6: A driver was cited for running a stop sign.

• Sept. 6: Police checked out a report of a domestic dispute. No one had visible injuries or was willing to press charges.

• Sept. 7: Police arrested a Leroy Street man on a warrant.

• Sept. 7: Police responded to a report of a dispute between neighbors. Parties were advised.

• Sept. 7: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• Sept. 7: A Leroy Street woman said her neighbor was driving recklessly. The neighbor was advised.

• Sept. 7: A Lake Street man reported reckless drivers on his street.

• Sept. 7: A Walnut Road woman request an officer perform a civil standby while she removed her items from a trailer.

• Sept. 6: A Buckeye Lake retail street.

• Sept. 7: A Walnut Road woman request an officer perform a civil standby while she removed her items from a trailer.

• Sept. 8: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• Sept. 8: A vehicle swerved close to a Buckeye Lake cruiser on Cliff Street. The officer checked the plates and found the driver had an active warrant for her arrest. She was detained and turned over to two Newark detectives who were in the area trying to find her.

• Sept. 8: A Neel Avenue man requested a civil standby while he gathered property.

• Sept. 8: Police were called about a suspicious person near Bob’s Bar. Officer found a Granville man trying to sleep on a bench in front of North Pole ice cream. The man said he was homeless. The officer suggested he go to the Salvation Army shelter in Newark.

• Sept. 9: A Walnut Road woman said her 13-year-old daughter was unruly and a 20-year-old male may have sexually assaulted her.

• Sept. 9: A Dollar General employee said someone removed some plastic totes from behind the building.

• Sept. 9: A S. 3rd Street woman requested a civil standby while she retrieved belongings from her ex-boyfriend.

• Sept. 9: Police stopped a vehicle missing a license plate and found the passenger possessed marijuana and paraphernalia. The driver was charged with improper display of plates and passenger was charged with possession.

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