Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
Buckeye Lake • June 26: Police assisted Licking County Sheriff's Office with a BAC test.
• June 30: An officer was dispatched to the Corner House Bar where 40 people were reported fighting. Sixteen officers from Buckeye Lake, the Licking County Sheriff's Office and Hebron Police broke up the brawl. Four arrests were made.
• July 1: An officer was dispatched to Elliot Street where a woman's vehicle had sideswiped a pick-up truck. She was cited at fault.
• July 1: A New River Electric employee reported vandalism.
• July 2: A Walnut Road man reported hat his wife's bicycle had been stolen.
• July 2: An officer stopped a Newark man for running two stop signs and found he was driving under suspension.
• July 3: A 7th Street man reported people wandering through an abandoned trailer. The area was secure. • July 3: A Mill Dam Road man said someone vandalized his track hoe.
• July 4: Police assisted a Buckeye Lake park officer with a BAC test.
• July 5: Police diffused argument between two men fighting over a woman. The man, whom the woman is no longer seeing, was ordered to leave the property.
• July 5: A Seymour Avenue man reported his dog missing.
• July 5: Police were contacted about a 9-1-1 hang-up call from a Lake View Drive residence. When the residence was contacted, all present denied the call was made.
• July 6: A Seymour Avenue man said he heard noises from a nearby barn.
• July 6: Police discovered an abandoned men's mountain bike. The bike is being held for safekeeping.
• July 8: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Dollar General store. The area was secure.
• July 8: An officer was dispatched to Scooter's Bar for two males who were suspected of drinking underage. One was found to have two warrants for his arrest out of Fairfield County. When an officer tried to take the suspect into custody, he ran. The suspect was later discovered in a garage on Rosebraugh Circle and taken to jail.
• July 9: A Pataskala resident complained that a Hebron farmer was clearing trees from property she owns in Buckeye Lake.
• June 26: A Pickerington woman was warned for driving 57 mph in a 35 mph zone.
• June 26: A Westerville man was warned for travellling 50 mph in a 35 mph zone.
• June 26: A Columbus man was warned for driving 45 mph in a 35 mph zone and failing to wear his seatbelt.
• June 26: A Buckeye Lake man was warned for an equipment violation and not wearing his seatbelt.
• June 26: A Columbus man was cited for travelling 49 mph in a 35 mph zone.
• June 26: A Newark man was cited for driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone.
• June 29: Police are following up on a report of an assault at the Flying J Travel Center.
• June 29: A Millersport man was warned for a traffic light violation and failing to use a turn signal.
• June 29: A Galena man was warned for two equipment violations.
• June 29: A Gahanna man was cited for driving under suspension.
• June 29: A Granville woman and a Sunbury man were warned for travelling 50 mph in a 35 mph zone.
• June 29: Two Pennsylvania motorcyclists were warned for excessive speed on I-70.
• June 29: A Cincinnati area man was cited for travellling 81 mph in a 65 mph zone.
• June 29: A Thornville woman was cited for driving 58 mph in a 35 mph.
• June 29: A Kentucky woman was warned for an equipment violation.
• July 1: Police stopped a driver for going 46 mph in a 25 mph zone on Chautauqua Boulevard. Police then learned that the driver was under 11 suspensions and that his driver's license wasn't valid.
• July 3: Police warned a driver for a traffic violation on Lancaster Street near Terrace.
• July 3: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a fight in progress call in Fairfield Beach.
• July 3: Police found an open door at the Millersport High School. Everything checked OK.
• July 4: A motorist was warned for parking on the Lancaster Street bridge at Canal Street. Police will be enforcing the no parking signs at the bridge as it is not designed for the stationary weight of parked vehicles. Parking is also prohibited by state law.
• July 4: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute on Lancaster Street.
• July 4: Police issued tow warnings and wrote one citation for speed between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m. The citation was for travelling 39 mph in a 25 mph zone.
• July 5: Police checked out a suspicious person and vehicle on Chautauqua Boulevard. Everything checked OK.
• May 26: Police were called to a South Church Street residence on a report of an assault. After a lack of cooperation from the victim, police took a report and no charges were filed.
• May 27: Police were called to a Craig Drive home on a report of a burglary. The residents stated they were familiar with the suspect who has a grudge against the family.
• May 28: Police were called to a fight in progress at a West Columbus Street home. Upon arrival, two parties were charged, one for assault and one for criminal damaging.
• May 28: Police responded to a report of a crash at Ohio 13 and Ohio 204. Police assisted the fire department with patient care and traffic control. Medflight was later called and landed on Ohio 13 in front of Coops Corner.
• May 30: Police stopped two individuals on a motorcycle for not wearing eye protection, and charged one rider after an investigation.