2008-11-08 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Oct. 17: A Family Dollar employee reported two two female shoplifters.

• Oct. 17: A Wood Street woman reported several items of jewelry were stolen.

• Oct. 22: A Buckeye Lake Duchess Shop employee reported a customer drove away without paying for $30.01 of gasoline.

• Oct. 22: Police assisted Thornville Police with a BAC test.

• Oct. 24: Police were called to a West 1st Street residence on a report of an active domestic dispute. It was only a verbal dispue.

• Oct. 25: Police assisted Hebron Police with an alarm drop at the Refugee Canyon Veterinary Services office.

• Oct. 25: An officer found a two-year-old child walking on Mill Dam Road. The child was returned to parents and the matter was referred to the Licking County Sheriff's Office since the incident took place outside of the village limits.

• Oct. 25: Police assisted a Licking County Sheriff's deputy with a BAC test.

• Oct. 26: A 9-1-1 hang-up call on Light House Lane turned out to be an EMS run. Police assisted the squad.

• Oct. 26: Police referred a report of an aggressive stray dog in the Wendy's parking lot to animal control.

• Oct. 26: Police assisted Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a domestic dispute call. It was a verbal dispute.

• Oct. 26: A Walnut Road resident filed an aggravated menacing charge against a neighbor who was threatening her and her husband.

• Oct. 17: A Family Dollar employee reported two two female shoplifters.

• Oct. 17: A Wood Street woman reported several items of jewelry were stolen.

• Oct. 27: A juvenile juvenile was caught shoplifting in the Family Dollar.

• Oct. 30: A Wood Street man reported a growling pit bull threatened him.

• Oct. 31: A child living at a Highland Road home mistakenly dialed 9-1-1 when she was trying to call her grandmother.

• Nov. 1: A Hebron Road woman reported her vehicle was stolen.

• Nov. 1: A West 2nd Street woman reported someone threw kittens into her front yard.

• Nov. 1: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Duke service station. The area was secure.

• Nov. 1: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Walnut Road residence. Everything was OK.

• Nov. 1: An officer assisted Buckeye Lake EMS with an ill patron at Scooter's Bar.

• Nov. 2: Two juveniles reported a traffic accident on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 2: An officer was dispatched to the Buckeye Lake State Park where a man was yelling and ranting incoherently. The man was charged with disorderly conduct and released to friends.

• Nov. 2: Police responded to an alarm drop at the First Community Church. Everything as OK.

• Nov. 2: A Walnut Road resident turned in an abandoned bicycle.

Millersport

• Oct. 27: Police cited a driver for travelling 51 mph in a 20 mph school zone.

• Oct. 28: Police assisted a driver who had locked her keys in her vehicle. Entry was gained.

• Oct. 28: Police took a report on identity theft from a Canal Street resident.

• Oct. 29: Police met with security at the Sweet Corn Festival grounds concerning a gate that had been torn down.

• Oct. 30: Chief Lewis, Sgt. Shirk and Officer Consolo were out for extra patrol for Millersport trick or treat to make the night safer for the community. Everyone enjoyed the night thanks to the the extra efforts from the residents, local businesses, and the fire and police departments.

• Oct. 31: A motorist was cited for travelling 42mph in a 25 mph zone on Lancaster Street.

• Oct. 31: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute on Friend Street. All parties were advised.

• Oct. 31: Two drivers were given warnings on Lancaster Street.

• Oct. 31: Police checked out juveniles in the Firehouse Alley area at 2:03 a.m.

• Oct. 31: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office on Lieb's Island at 2:50 a.m.

• Nov. 1: Police stopped and cited a driver for using fictitious license plates and arrested the driver for possession of two pieces of drug paraphernalia.

• Nov. 1: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office on Shell Beach Road.

• Nov. 2: Two drivers were warned for traffic violations on Lancaster Street - one at Jason Avenue and the other at Terrace Avenue.

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