2008-04-26 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.


• March 1: A Kellner Avenue apartment resident reported that it sounded like someone was at the back door and pounding it with a hammer. Police checked the area.

• March 1: Police assisted a motorist locked out of a vehicle on Canal Street. Entry was gained.

• March 3: Police responded to a report of vandalism on Dorchester Drive.

• March 3: Police responded to a report of an open door on North Main Street. The building checked OK and was secured.

• March 4: Police were unable to locate a reported suspicious S-10 pickup truck near the Baltimore IGA Express.

• March 5: Police took a report at Liberty Union Middle School after a student was reported carrying a razor blade from a razor knife.

• March 5: Police attempted to serve a warrant at a Vivian Lane apartment. The person wasn't there.

• March 5: Police advised the resident after receiving a complaint about loud music at an East Market Street address.

• March 6: Police took a report on a verbal dispute between a grandfather and grandson on Oak Street.

Buckeye Lake • April 11: A manager at the Buckeye Lake McDonald's reported that a deposit was $500 short.

• April 15: A West 1st Street woman reported a juvenile assaulted her son.

• April 17: An Ohio Street man reported his motorcycle stolen.

• April 18: A vehicle was located at the North Shore Boat Ramp whose owner was threatening suicide. The owner of the vehicle was taken to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.

• April 18: A possible domestic violence incident on West 1st Street turned out to be a verbal dispute.

• April 18: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $39.61 in gasoline.

• April 18: An officerstopped a vehicle that was weaving on Ohio 79. After it stopped, the vehicle rolled backward, nearly colliding with the cruiser. The driver failed field sobriety tests and was charged with OVI.

• April 19: Two loose dogs attacked an officer,who tased them as they lunged at him. Between tasings, the dogs continued to attack the officer.The dogs were finally restrained and the owner was charged with loose dogs and canine license violations.

• April 20: A Walnut Road man reported that a juvenile assaulted his son.

• April 21: A West 2nd Street man was arrested on a rape warrant out of FairfieldCounty.

• April 21: A Jacksontown man reported his laptop computer stolen.

• April 21: A Highland Avenue man claimed he was showing off his gun to a friend when it accidentally discharged. No one was injured. The man was charged with illegally firing a weapon.

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