Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• March 27: A Walnut Road man reported that someone broke into his tool shed and stole several items.
• March 27: A 4th Street man said a collection agency called him about a phone bill from an address in New York. The man said he hadn't lived in New York for 10 years.
• March 27: A Perry County Sheriff's deputy asked officersto locate a person at a Buckeye Lake residence. The person wasn't there.
• March 28: The Ohio State Highway Patrol warned of a reckless driver approaching the I-70 125 mile marker. The driver never reached that point.
• March 28: An officer received a report of a possible aggressive dog.
• March 28: There was an alarm drop at a Linwood Drive residence. The area was secure.
• March 28: Officerreceived a report of people parked suspiciously on Highland Drive and Lake Street.
• March 29: Police arrested a Buckeye Lake resident on a domestic violence warrant.
• March 29: A Walnut Road man reported someone entered a construction site and removed electrical wiring and several tools.
• March 29: A Highland Ave. woman reported her ex-boyfriend was causing problems. He was gone when police arrived, however, the next morning the woman awoke to find her vehicle and several items in front of her house were damaged. Police contacted to ex-boyfriend who said he didn't remember doing it, but he may have. He said he has a drinking problem and needs help.
• March 29: There was a report of a female intoxicated in public. She agreed to go home to Columbus with her sister.
• March 30: A Hebron Road woman said a juvenile hit her young daughter in the face.
• March 31: The owner of Albanese Food Gallery requested that two people to be barred from the store.
• April 1: A Woods Street woman reported several items were stolen from her car. All were recovered but a food stamp card and a DVD player.
• April 1: An alarm was reported from a home near Buckeye Lake State Park. A door was open, but nothing was missing.
• April 2: An officeron patrol discovered a house fireon Seymour Ave. The firedepartment was contacted.
Kirkersville • Feb. 17: Police investigated a theft of service at a Baltimore Road business. Unknown subject(s) placed bags of trash into the dumpster at the business. The incident remains under investigation.
• Feb. 17: Police investigated a non-injury crash on the parking lot of Flying J Travel Plaza. The crash involved three trucks. The investigation revealed that the truck driven by a Hagerstown, Indiana man had rolled forward after he failed to set the parking brake. The truck struck two other trucks parked in the adjacent row. A report was filed.
• Feb. 18: Police responded to a 9-1-1 call at a North Fifth Street home. Upon arrival, officersfound that there had been a fight between two juvenile brothers, with one having been stabbed. The victim was treated by West Licking Medics, but refused transport. He was taken to Licking Memorial Hospital by his parents. The other brother was arrested for assault, and placed in juvenile detention.
• Feb. 18: Police investigated a report of a dog at large at a Loop Road residence. The owner was advised.
• Feb. 22: Police responded to a non-injury crash on Outville Road near the intersection of Loop Road SW. A Pataskala woman was driving a car that had slid off the roadway in the icy conditions. She stated that she was trying to avoid another vehicle when the car slid off the road.
• Feb. 25: Police stopped a Baltimore man after observing the trailer he was pulling had a bent license plate. It was found that the plate had expired seven years ago. A citation was issued.