Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• May 11: A Seymour Avenue man reported his mother stabbed him with scissors. Although there was physical evidence that something happened, both parties later denied the incident and refused to press charges.
• May 13: A Hilton Road woman was reported missing.
• May 14: Police assisted the Perry County Sheriff's Officewith a prowler call.
• May 15: An officerwas dispatched to a verbal dispute at Park and Union streets.
• May 15: A 9-1-1 hang-up call was reported from the North Shore Boat Ramp. No one was found near the pay phone.
• May 15: A woman reported a lost dog.
• May 15: An alarm drop was reported at a Walnut Road residence.
• May 16: A suspicious person was reported riding a bicycle through Leisure Village.
• May 17: An alarm drop was reported at the Buckeye Lake Library. Area was secure.
• May 17: A Walnut Road man said someone entered his house, but didn't remove anything.
• May 17: Police were dispatched to a verbal dispute on Stewart Street. All parties were advised.
• May 18: Police were called to a verbal dispute on Woods Street. All parties were advised.
• May 18: A North Bank Road man reported someone broke into his garage and stole several items.
• May 18: A Florida man said someone broke into a property he owns at Buckeye Lake and vandalized it.
• May 19: The owner of a Seymour Avenue residence reported a broken window.
• May 19: Capt. James Hanzey said an anonymous informant notified him of two men who offered to sell the informant crack cocaine. The dealers said they would be back in an hour to make the deal. The informant contacted the Licking County Drug Task Force Team as well. The informant described the dealers' vehicle. Hanzey said he made a traffic stop on Ohio 79 at gunpoint without incident. There were three passengers in the vehicle, one of whom possessed three bags of crack cocaine and a large sum of cash. That person was arrested and taken to the Licking County jail. An investigation continues.
• May 19: A West 1st Street man said someone threw a lava lamp at him.
• May 19: A West 4th Street juvenile reported his bicycle stolen.
• May 20: A West 2nd Street woman said her ex-boyfriend punched her in the face and violated a protection order.
• May 21: An officerwas dispatched to an accident on Ohio 79, east of Canal Road.
• May 21: Hebron Police requested assistance with a BAC test on a suspected intoxicated driver.
• May 9: Police with assistance from the FairfieldCounty Sheriff's Officeand the Ohio State Highway Patrol conducted its second Knock and Talk initiative to address narcotics complaints in the Village of Millersport. "Knock and Talk" seeks voluntary compliance to address narcotic and contraband complaints. Three Millersport officers, one Fairifield County Sheriff's OfficeK-9 Unit and three deputies and two Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers participated. The troopers and deputies conducted traffic stops and vehicle searches for drugs/contraband. Three village residences and one on South Bank Road were contacted based on tips, complaints etc. Officersseized drugs/related contraband and several criminal charges were filed.
• May 10: A juvenile was assaulted by a known suspect at the Valero gas station on Lancaster Street. The juvenile and his parent did not want to fileany charges against the suspect, but police are investigating and will filecharges on behalf of the State.
• May 15: Police checked out a suspicious person in a car on the Lions Club lot. The subject checked out OK, but was told to leave the lot.
• May 15: Police Chief Lewis met with the county prosecutor's officeto discuss felony charges on a local subject.