Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• July 2: Police assisted in a search for an autistic child in Alt Park. The child was found.
• July 2: Police responded to a complaint about a dog barking nonstop on South Granville Street. The dog was in the house when police arrived, but no one would answer the door.
• July 3: Police checked out a suspicious vehicle on the Car Company lot at 12:48 a.m. Everything checked secure.
• July 3: Police responded to an alarm drop at 5:03 a.m. at the doctor's office on West Market Street. Everything checked secure.
• July 3: Police were first called about a Honda van blocking a driveway on Dorchester Drive. Police discovered that it was only partially blocking the drive and could not locate the owner. Police were later called to assist the owner who was locked out of the vehicle. Entry was gained.
• July 4: Police took a report on the theft of a cell phone from a member of the youth work crew staying at Liberty Union High School.
• July 4: Police were called about the use of very large fireworkds in the East Monroe Street and Gordon Avenue area. Police were unable to locate anyone setting off fireworks.
• July 5: Police arrested a subject on North Park Drive wanted on a Muskingum County warrant.
• July 5: Police responded to an alarm drop at National Fruit and Vegetable. Everything was secure.
• July 5: Police were called about fireworks in the East Monore Street and Gordon Avenue area. This time the parties were advised.
Millersport • Aug. 18-21: Police assisted crossing guards in the school zone on Lancaster Street for the first three days of the school year. Police also warned several motorists for excessive speed in the school zones during arrival and dismissal times.
• Aug. 21-22: Police received training from the Ohio Attorney General's office on the use of their new computer/internet based incident reporting system.
• Aug. 21: Police came up on a single motorcycle accident on Ohio 204 in front of the high school. The motorcyclist was not injured and athe accident scene was turned over to the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office since it was outside the village limits.
• Aug. 21: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office on North Bank Road on an intoxicaed indivdual having trouble with here neighbor. The intoxicated woman was warned that she would be ar rested if she continued to harass her neighbors or go onto their property again.
• Aug. 22: Police worked extra duty at the Millersport High School football game. Two students were ejected for fighting. Two adults were escorted out for sneaking in the north end of the field without paying. A student received medical attention for an eye injury he sustained while playing with his friends in the end zone area.
• Aug. 23: A driver was warned for a traffic violation at 2:09 a.m. on Lancaster Street at Lynn Avenue.
• Aug. 23: Police checked out a suspicious person on the car lot on Lancaster Street at 3 a.m. The man's information was recorded and he was advised.
• Aug. 23: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office on Rosewood Street in Fairfield Beach on a report of shots fired. Witness statements were taken, but no suspect was found.
• Aug. 24: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office on Old Millersport Road on a report of two males entering a barn 1:33 a.m. Upon arrival, the owner discovered that they were renters and had permission to sore a vehicle in the barn.
• Aug. 24: Police responded to a report of a possible stolen bicycle. The bicycle was not found. Police advise bike owner to record the serial number on their bike, keep them locked and leave them out at night where someone could easily ride them away.
• July 13: Police cited a Pickerington woman fro exceeding the speed limit by 18 mph.
• July 13: Police were called about a domestic dispute at the Meadows apartments. Police were able to calm down the parties without filing charges.
• July 14: Police cited a Thurston woman for travelling 49 mph in a 25 mph zone on North Main Street.
• July 14: Police cited a Logan woman for going 71 mph in a 50 mph zone.
• July 14: Police secured an open garage door on a house for sale on Bryan Orr Drive.
• July 15: Police took a report on a bad check at Firehouse Pizza. The check writer was charged after failing to make the check good.
• July 15: Police responded to an EMS call on Hickory Way until a mutual aid medic could arrive. The fire department had another run in progress at the time.
• July 16: An East Columbus Street resident was cited for a barking dog as it is a repeat offense.
• July 17: An East Columbus Street resident was cited for a barking dog as it is a repeat offense.
• July 17: Police were dispatched to the Midway on Ohio 13 on a report of an intoxicated driver in the lot. Police found a man with a medical condition.
• July 17: Police on patrol after midnight saw an open garage door on Lakeview Drive. The owner was advised.
• July 19: A driver was cited for going 44 mph in a 25 mph zone on North Main Street.
• July 19: A driver was cited for passing on a double yellow line on East Columbus Street.
• July 19: A driver was cited for exceeding the speed limit by 15 mph.