Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• July 18: Police received a complaint of loud music at a Walnut Road residence.
• July 18: Police responded to an alarm drop at Catfish Charley's. The area was secure.
• July 18: Police arrested a Buckeye Lake man who had a warrant out of Scioto County.
• July 19: Police were advised of a bonfire that was too large to be burning within the village limits. The bonfire was extinguished before police arrived.
• July 19: A Walnut Road woman said her son was attacked in a fight and there were several witnesses. Nevertheless, she wasn't ready to press charges against the person who attacked her son.
• July 19: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's office with a domestic dispute on North Bank Road.
• July 19: There was a report of loud music at a Walnut Road address. The residents agreed to turn the music down.
• July 19: Police assisted the Buckeye Lake Fire Department by controlling the area around a structure fire.
• July 19: A West 1st Street man said his son was assaulted near the North Shore Boat Ramp. The incident was referred to park officers.
• July 19: A Thornville man reported a breaking and entering at a Buckeye Lake property he owns. He wasn't sure if anything was missing.
• July 20: An officer was dispatched to a Park Street residence where there was a fight following an incident of telephone harassment. A resident said she argued with a person over the phone, then that person came to her home and assaulted her.
• July 20: Police received a report of a 9-1-1 hang up call originating from a room at the Super 8 motel. An officer visited the room and found its occupants were very inebriated. The officer advised them to stop making false 9-1-1 calls or face charges.
• July 20: A Central Avenue resident threatened suicide. The person agreed to be transported to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.
• July 20: A Walnut Road man said someone stole beer and other items from his porch.
• July 20: A Thornville woman said she was assaulted in Buckeye Lake as a result of an on-going domestic dispute.
• July 21: The owner of Z's Village Market said a person posing as a refrigeration repairman demanded payment up front for service to a faulty cooler, then didn't complete the work.
• July 22: An officer stopped a Millersport man whose vehicle's taillights were not operating. The officer found the man was driving under suspension.
• July 22: A Walnut Road woman believed her former roommate stole her jewelry when he moved out of the home.
• July 22: A BP service station employee said a customer left without paying for $40 of gasoline.
Kirkersville • July 16: Police contacted a Kirkersville landlord about returning property to a former tenant.
• July 16: Five citations for excessive speed were issued. Speeds were 52 mph in a 35 mph zone, 51 in a 35, 53 in a 35, 81 in a 65, and 52 in a 35.
• July 16: Five warnings for excessive speed were issued. Speeds were 46 mph in a 35 mph and no front license plate, 47 in a 35, 46 in a 35, 48 in a 35 and 49 in a 35.
• July 16: A Hebron woman was warned for no license plate and brake lights, and a loud muffler.
• July 16: Police were dispatched to the elementary school on a report of a man with a bat and another man with a gun.
• July 14: Police responded to a report of a reckless driver near the village swimming pool. Police found the driver and gave him a warning.
• July 16: Police made two traffic sstops for excessive speeed on Chautauqua Boulevard. One driver was warned and one was cited for going 38 mph in a posted 25 mph zone.
• July 17. Officer Consolo qualified at the range in Lancaster to meet his annual firearm qualification requirements.
• July 18: Police cited one driver for failure to assure clear distance ahead following a crash at Lancaster Street and Chautauqua Boulevard.
• July 18: Police issued two warnings for speed on Lancaster Street.
• July 19: Police cited a driver for travelling 22 mph over the limit on Lancaster Street. Another driver was warned for excessive speed.
• July 19: Police checked out a suspicious person near the high school. Everything was OK.
• July 19: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office on a domestic dispute call.
• July 19: Police on patrol at 2:15 a.m. heard a fire alarm at a Lancaster Street building. Everything checked out OK.
• July 20: A driver was cited for travelling 20 mph over the limit on Refugee Street.
• July 20: Police arrested a driver during a traffic stop after discovering a warrant for a Temporary Protection Order violation. The driver's license had also been suspended. Police impounded the vehicle and took the driver to jail.
• June 6: Childrens Services told police about a possible domestic dispute on Lakeview Drive. Police investigated and sent their report to Childrens Services.
• June 7: Police investigated a possible assault on East Columbus Street. No charges were filed.
• June 7: Police cited a driver for using fictitious license plates.
• June 13: Two drivers were cited for traffic light violations.
• June 13: Police stopped a driver for an equipment violation and found the driver to be under suspension. The driver was cited.
• June 14: Police responded to an attempted suicide on Craig Dr. The Perry County Sheriff's Office assisted in the investigation.
• June 14: Police issued a second warning to an East Columbus Street dog owner after receiving complaints about barking.
• June 15: Police checked out a report of shots fired on Craig Drive. It turned out to be juveniles in a field outside the village.