Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Oct. 8: A Walnut Road woman claimed a juvenile boy assaulted her daughter. The boy denied the incident.
• Oct. 8: An officer stopped a Thornville man and a Hebron Road man for shoplifting from the Buckeye Lake Duchess Shop.
• Oct. 9: Police responded to an alarm drop at the First Community Church. Everything was OK.
• Oct. 10: An officer was called to help convince a man to leave a West 7th Street residence.
• Oct. 10: An ODNR park officer and an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper requested use of Buckeye Lake's BAC test equipment.
• Oct. 10: Police were called to a possible domestic dispute at a Hebron Road residence. It was a verbal dispute involving a vehicle.
• Oct. 11: Officer assisted an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper with a BAC test.
• Oct. 11: Police were called about people talking too loud in Leisure Village. The parties agreed to be quiet.
• Oct. 11: Police were called about a neighborhood dispute in Buckeye Lake Estates. One of the parties may be charged with trespassing.
• Oct. 11: An ODNR park officer requested use of Buckeye Lake's BAC test equipment.
• Oct. 11: Two North Bank Road men and a Columbus resident reported their vehicles were all ransacked during the night.
• Oct. 12: Two women came into the police station wanting to file assault charges on West 7th Ave. woman. One of the women at the police station claimed the West 7th Ave woman assaulted her. A witness to the incident said it was both women's fault, since one was antagonizing the other.
• Oct. 15: An officer was speaking with a Union Avenue man when the man received a call from a friend in Hebron, who asked him to transport a juvenile girl back home to Buckeye Lake. The juvenile was reported as missing. The man and his friend both denied knowing the girl was a runaway. The girl was transported home and the man and his friend were charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
• Oct. 2: Police cited a driver for excessive speed on Ohio 79.
• Oct. 2: Police watched Ohio 79 on a report of a reckless driver heading south from Heath. Police didn't see the vehicle.
• Oct. 2: A driver was cited for expired tags on Ohio 79.
• Oct. 3: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on Sunset Drive at South High Street.
• Oct. 3: Police conducted a BAC test on a driver arrested by the Licking County Sheriff's Office for OVI.
• Oct. 3: Police took a report on a basement door being kicked in on East Main Street.
• Oct. 7: Two drivers were warned for moving violations - one at Firehouse Alley and Gift Street and the other on Lancaster Street and Jason Avenue.
• Oct. 8: Police took a report on the theft of a bike from the rack at Millersport High School on Oct. 7. The reporting party later told police that the bike had been found. The alleged owner could not positively identify the bike. All residents are encouraged to document bike serial numbers and keep them in a safe place in case of theft. Also, locking bike cables are a great deterrent for thieves.
• Oct. 8: A driver was cited for travelling 37 mph on Lancaster Street.
• Oct. 10: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a call on West Bank Drive.
• Oct. 10: Police checked out a suspicious vehicle on Chautauqua Boulevard at 12:42 a.m.
• Oct. 10: Police warned a motorist for a traffic violation at 2:14 a.m. on Refugee Steet at Deepcut Road.
• Oct. 12: Police assisted a park officer with an intoxicated driver on Liebs Island Road.