2008-01-12 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. We'll have more room next week.


• Nov. 16: Police were called about a 13-year-old girl who left her home, stating she was running away. Police found her about 15 minutes later on Company Street. She was returned to her foster mother.

• Nov. 16: Police were called about a domestic dispute at a Fairview Avenue apartment. Police found that the couple was intoxicated. Parents were enroute to pick them up.

• Nov. 17: An employee at Sis & Harold's Pizza reported that someone tried to open a rear window while they were closing. They wanted police to check the area before they left. Police didn't findanyone in the area.

Buckeye Lake

• Jan. 2: A West 2nd Street man, who earlier that day flipped his car into a house on Ohio 79, was released to his mother. Later that day, he was charged with hitting his son, who was trying to stop him from striking his mother. By the end of the day, the man was charged with OVI, failure to control a vehicle, domestic violence, and disorderly conduct. He was transported to Licking County Jail.

• Jan. 4: An Etna woman asked police to look at a Buckeye Lake residence whose interior was nearly covered with dog feces.

• Jan. 4: A Walnut Road man reported that one of his checks was cashed without permission.

• Jan. 4: A Roseville man reported that someone stole the wiring out of a garage he owns at Buckeye Lake.

• Jan. 5: A Walnut Road woman reported finding an abandoned bicycle on her property.

• Jan. 5: An officerassisted a Licking County Municipal Court officerduring an eviction. A Samurai sword was found on the premises.

• Jan. 5: A Buckeye Lake Truck Stop employee reported a customer stole kerosene.

• Jan. 6: A Walnut Road man reported a domestic violence incident, but had no visible injuries and didn't press charges.

• Jan. 6: Police found that a suspected 9-1-1 hang-up call was actually an ill person in need of a squad.

• Jan. 6: An owner of a West 2nd Street rental unit reported finding an abandoned bicycle on her property.

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