Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Nov. 5: Police were called to a Hilton Road home on a report of a domestic dispute.
• Nov. 8: A Walnut Road woman said her new neighbor backed her vehicle into hers and fled the scene. The complainant said there was a witness. The witness positively identified the new neighbor, who allegedly admitted that one of the reasons she fled the scene was that she was driving without a license. The new neighbor was charged with hit/skip and driving under suspension.
• Nov. 8: A Walnut Road woman was charged with criminal mischief after finally admitting she keyed someone's car.
• Nov. 8: An alarm was accidentally tripped at the Super 8 Motel.
• Nov. 8: A West 1st Street woman said her live-in boyfriend hit her in the head. There were no visible injuries and the woman declined to press charges.
• Nov. 8: Police were called to a reported fight at Louie's Corner House, but there was no evidence of a fight when police arrived.
• Nov. 8: A Hebron Road man reported that someone broke a large plate glass window in the front of his house.
• Nov. 9: A Walnut Road woman reported her wallet missing.
• Nov. 10: Police were called to a Hilton Road home on a report of a domestic dispute.
• Nov. 11: A Millersport man reported medication missing from his vehicle, which was parked in Buckeye Lake at the time of the incident.
• Oct. 4: Police on patrol at 2:24 a.m. saw a vehicle swerve off the road and nearly wreck on North High Street. The driver said she was messing with the radio. She was given a warning.
• Oct. 4: Police watched Hebron Road for a ossible impaired driver coming from Buckeye Lake after being involved in a non-injury accident there. Heath Police stopped the vehicle.
• Oct. 5: Police checked out a suspicious vehicle at McDonald's at 1:15 a.m. The driver thought the restaurant was still open.
• Oct. 5: Police warned a Virginia driver for turning the wrong way onto Ohio 79 from South High Street.
• Nov. 4: Police responded to a hold-up alarm at Commodore Bank. It turned out to be a false alarm.
• Nov. 4: A known subject took merchandise from a Lancaster area business. Police contacted the subject and the merchandise was returned. Theft charges are pending.
• Nov. 4: Police warned three drivers for excessive speed on Lancaster Street.
• Nov. 4: A bus driver was warned about complaints regarding excessive speed.
• Nov. 6: A driver was warned for a traffic violation on Lancaster Street at Refugee Street.
• Nov. 6: Police cited a driver for travelling 38 mph in a 25 mph zone.
• Nov. 6: An elementary school student told police that a man in a silver car stopped in the street and asked if he wanted $10. When the student said "no," the vehicle
reports pulled away. The man's intentions are not known. Police are asking everyone to be observant when children are going to and from school. If something looks unusual, write down a license number and call police at 653-5223 or 9-1-1 for an emergency. Parents should instruct their children how to react to these situations.
• Nov. 7: Police checked out a suspicious auto on Refugee Street at Railroad Street.
• Nov. 7: Police warned a driver for a traffic violation on Lancaster Street.
• Nov. 7: Police checked out a suspicious person and auto on Terrace Street at Firehouse Alley.
• Nov. 7: While police were checking out a disturbance behind Cruisers Tavern at 2:31 a.m., a suspect ran from an officer but was eventually caught. Police arrested the subject on several warrants and took him to jail.
• Nov. 8: Police responded to an audible alarm on Lancaster Street. The business checked out OK.
• Nov. 9: A driver was warned for a traffic violation on Chautauqua Boulevard at Lancaster Street.
• Nov. 9: Police checked out a suspicious auto and person on Lancaster Street. Everything checked OK.