Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Sept. 25: Police received a call about a male throwing objects in the road.
• Sept. 25: A Glenford motorcyclist was stopped for spinning his tire on his way out of the Pizza Cottage parking lot. He was driving under suspension with false plates, and he was charged with reckless operation.
• Sept. 25: A false 911 cell phone call was reported from the area near 4th Street.
• Sept. 25: Police received a complaint of loud music and barking dogs at a Walnut Road residence. All parties were advised.
• Sept. 26: A fight was reported at the Buckeye Lake McDonald's. The fight was over when police arrived. No charges were pressed.
• Sept. 26: Police responded to a fight call at the Buckeye Lake Wendy's. Police stopped a vehicle driven by one of the fighters, who was driving under suspension.
• Sept. 27: A Walnut Road woman reported being harassed by her neighbor. The neighbor was charged with disorderly conduct and aggravated menacing.
• Sept. 27: A Waggoner Road woman said someone removed a 2009 sticker from her license plate.
• Sept. 27: A Myers Avenue man reported someone vandalized his home.
• Sept. 28: A Hebron woman said her friend's boyfriend became angry and accusatory toward her in the Subway restaurant. When questioned, the boyfriend was belligerent toward police as well. He was charged with disorderly conduct.
• Sept. 28: Pataskala Police asked police to deliver a message to a Buckeye Lake resident. The person no longer lives in Buckeye Lake.
• Sept. 28: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a fight call at a Fairfield Beach residence.
• Sept. 28: A Walnut Road woman said her deceased husband's family was calling and harassing her.
• Sept. 29: A Pennsylvania woman reported her car was keyed in Buckeye Lake.
• Sept. 29: A Walnut Road man collided with two parked vehicles. Police smelled alcohol on his breath. He was charged with OVI.
Millersport • Sept. 14 - 17: Police expanded street patrols and business checks during the power outage. No criminal incidents were reported during the power outage.
• Sept. 17: Police provided traffic assistance to utility crews to help get the power back on as quickly as possible.
• Sept. 18: Police assisted a park officer with an arrest of an intoxicated person at Fairfield Beach State Park.
• Sept 19: A motorist was cited for following another vehicle too closely on Lancaster Street at Refugee Street.
• Sept. 20: A motorist on Lancaster Street was cited for having expired license plates.
• Sept. 21: Two motorists were cited for excessive speed on Lancaster Street at Lynn Avenue.
• Sept. 23: A motorist was cited for speeding in the school zone on Lancaster Street. The driver was travelling 42 mph in the 20 mph school zone.
• Sept. 23: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a day time burglary at Ohio 37 and Ohio 204.
• Sept 24: A driver was cited for going 39 mph in a 20 mph school zone.
• Sept. 24: Police assisted a Millersport High School employee who had locked her keys in her vehicle. Entry was gained.
• Sept. 24: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Walnut Township Schools district office. Everything checked OK.
• Sept. 24: A driver was cited for travelling 39 mph in a 25 mph zone on Lancaster Street at Lynn Avenue.
• Sept. 25: Two drivers were
warned for excessive speed on Lancaster Street.
• Sept. 26: Police checked out a suspicious person at Lancaster Street and Lynn Avenue. The person checked out OK.
• Sept. 26: Police received a report of an individual selling marijuana at the Millersport High School football game. Police said they found the suspect and took "appropriate action."
• Sept. 27: Police took a report of vandalism at an East Park Street address.
• Sept. 27: Police checked out a suspicious auto on Canal Street. Everything was OK.