Compiled from selected police activity
Oct. 22: Police checked out report of a suspicious person at the Subway.
The subject's information was retained. Oct. 23: Police checked out report of
a suspicious vehicle at Alt Park. Everything was OK.
Oct. 23: Police took a report about the theft of medication from a South Main Street apartment resident. A suspect was named.
Oct. 24: Police assisted a motorist locked out of a vehicle on West Market Street. Entry was gained.
Oct. 26: A driver was cited following a property damage only crash on West Market Street.
Oct. 26: A Fremont Street resident called about two vehicles blocking a driveway. The resident didn't know the owners.
Oct. 26: Police assisted a motorist locked out of a vehicle on East Cliff Street. Entry was gained.
Oct. 26: Police were called after a 12-year-old boy walked into the Dublin Police station reporting he was lost. He told police he lived in Baltimore. POlice contacted his mother who said her son ran away from his father's home in Dublin. His father picked him up.
Oct. 26: A North Park Street resident reported that juveniles were playing in the cemetery behind his house. Police were unable to locate anyone in the cemetery.
Oct. 28: A Washington Street resident reported the theft of a Ford Ranger.
Oct. 28: Police took a report on a property damage only crash on South Main Street.
Oct. 29: Police advised fivemales acting suspicious on West Market Street.
Oct. 29: A Creekview Drive resident advised police that he was having a vehicle removed from his property after the owners failed to meet a deadline to have it removed.
Oct. 29: The owner of the vehicle in the report above called police about it being removed. He said he came to retrieve and was told a towing service was enroute.
Oct. 29: A Fairview Avenue apartment resident called to filea complaint against a neighbor for continuing loud music.
Oct. 29: Police were called about a domestic dispute after police left the Creekview Drive address in an earlier report.
Oct. 30: An East Jefferson Street resident told police that someone had been a shed behind the residence. The complainant said neighbors have seen juveniles near the shed. The complainant didn't know whether anything had been taken.
Oct. 30: Police checked out a hold-up alarm drop at the Baltimore IGA Express. It was accidentally tripped by a new employee. Everything was OK>
Oct. 31: Police assisted a motorist locked out of a vehicle on West Market Street.
Oct. 31: A North Park Drive resident reported someone
in his house. The disabled caller believes they are in his basement. The home
checked secure. About an hour later, a medic transported a resident to the
hospital for a possible reaction to medication.
Nov. 11: A Hebron man was charged with DUI after he drove his Jeep into a tree. When the officerarrived at the accident scene, the driver was uninjured but visibly intoxicated. The driver failed field sobriety tests and confessed to not wearing a seatbelt.
Nov. 12: An officerobserved two boys who matched the description of two people seen stealing from the "dollar store," according to the report. The boys confessed to stealing and were charged with theft.
Nov. 13: The Buckeye Lake Yacht Club manager said someone stole a safe and cash, and ransacked his office.The yacht club is actually outside of the village, so the matter was turned over to the Licking County Sheriff's Office.
Nov. 20: A West 5th Street woman said someone broke into her house and stole medication.
Nov. 21: An officerinvestigated a domestic violence call at a West 1st Street residence.
Nov. 22: Police investigated a report of a verbal domestic at a Walnut Road residence.
Nov. 22: Police responded to a report of a barking dog at a Walnut Road residence. There was no barking dog at the scene when officerarrived.
Nov. 22: A Mill Dam Road woman reported that someone stole an air conditioning unit from her back porch.
Nov. 23: A North Bank man reported that a dog bit his hand,
Nov. 23: An officerresponded to a call of a deer crash within the village. The incident occurred on Cristland Hill Road which is outside the village. Police assisted with traffic until the Ohio State Highway Patrol arrived.
Nov. 23: Police responded to a report of loud music at a Walnut Road residence. Music was down when police arrived, but a neighbor told the officerthat the person allegedly playing the loud music called and threatened her.
Nov. 23: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute at a West 5th Street residence. No charges were filed.
Nov. 24: A Buckeye Lake Truck Stop employee said a customer was upset because the automatic shut-off malfunctioned on a fuel pump and gasoline spilled on the ground.
Nov. 24: A Hebron man said someone broke into his work shed and stole several items.
Nov. 24: A Hebron man said someone stole his wallet while he was at a bar.
Nov. 24: A Walnut road woman was charged with disorderly conduct after police made several trips to her home after her neighbors complained several times about loud music.
Nov. 25: Police responded to an alarm drop at Scooter's bar. Everything was OK.
Nov. 25: Police were called to untangle a dog whose chain became wrapped around a gas meter.
Nov. 25: Police were notified of people rummaging through unlocked cars in Leisure Village's overflow parking lot. No one was there when police arrived.
Nov. 25: Police assisted the Buckeye Lake Fire Department on a call at the Buckeye Lake Estates.
Nov. 25: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Buckeye Lake Museum. Everything was OK.
Nov. 26: A Newark man said someone broke into property he owns at Buckeye Lake and stole all its copper pipes.
Nov. 26: A Thornville woman reported the theft of a cell phone and two lighters from her purse.
Nov. 27: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Dirtbuster Car Wash. Everything was OK.
Nov. 27: An Elliot Street man said he "took a bunch of pills" to kill himself. He was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital; he survived.
Nov. 27: A LaPaloma restaurant employee reported receiving harassing phone calls.
Sept. 12: Police on patrol were flagged down by a Greenbriar Lane resident. The woman told police she gave permission to her father and his girlfriend to drive one of her vehicles. The girlfriend had not returned it in a timely manner so she wanted to know if it could be considered stolen. She was advised that since it had only been a couple hours and that she had given permission, it would be considered a civil matter.
Sept. 13: Police were called to the Best Western about
a man sleeping in his vehicle in the parking lot. He had been told to rent a
room or leave, so he rented a room. He quickly checked out telling an employee
he was nervous and didn't like police. He was in the Kroger parking lot when
police arrived and went into the store. He checked OK and gave police permission
to search his vehicle. Police didn't findanything, but the man then sniffed
everything that police had touched in his vehicle. He was released and backed
into another vehicle. There was no damage so he was released again.