2008-11-29 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Nov. 17: Police worked with Licking County Children's Services to investigate an incident of incest between siblings.

• Nov. 22: An unruly juvenile was placed under house arrest at his mother's request.

• Nov. 22: An officer was dispatched to an active domestic dispute at a Mill Street residence. The people involved decided not to press charges.

• Nov. 23: When police investigated a 9-1-1 hang-up call originating from a Park Street home, a resident said the call was probably made from a deactivated cell phone. The resident removed the phone's battery.

• Nov. 23: Police responded to an alarm drop at a North Bank Road residence. The owner confirmed an authorized worker accidentally tripped the alarm.

• Nov. 23: A Walnut Road woman reported someone broke one of her truck's windows.

• Nov. 23: Police were called about an Anchors Way resident illegally burning leaves.

• Nov. 24: A Catfish Charley's employee reported 64 pizzas were missing from the restaurant's freezer.

Millersport • Nov. 12: Officers received training on Death Notifications, Child Abuse, Search and Seizure, Domestic Violence and a Criminal Statutes update from the City of Lancaster's Prosecutor's office.

• Nov. 12: Police charged a subject with possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Nov. 12: Chief Lewis and Sergeant Shirk conducted a demonstration for local Cub Scouts.

The scouts made and studied fingerprints, tire track plaster castings and shoe print plaster castings. They also learned about safety and how to help the police by being good observers.

• Nov. 12: Police made a traffic stop on Main Street and the driver fled on foot. The vehicle and license plates were discovered to be stolen. Felony charges are pending and the incident is under investigation.

• Nov. 13: Police discovered a suspicious vehicle at the new Millersport Water Treatment Plant. The vehicle turned out to be a late worker.

• Nov. 14: Police assisted a resident that had locked keys inside a vehicle. Entry was gained.

• Nov. 14: Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle watching a Lancaster Street business. The vehicle left as the business owner was calling for police.

• Nov. 15: Chief Lewis attended the Millersport Water Plant dedication ceremony.

• Nov. 17: Police responded to an accident on Lancaster Street.

• Nov. 19: Police responded to an alarm drop on Lancaster Street.

• Nov. 19: Police checked out a suspicious vehicle on Lancaster Street.

• Nov. 20: Police checked out a suspicious person and vehicle on the north end of town. It turned out the person was looking for arrowheads in the field.

• Nov. 20: Police warned a driver parked in the fire lane at Millersport High School.

• Nov. 20: Police cited a driver for travelling 37 mph in a 20 mph school zone.

• Nov. 20: Police assisted with traffic at Tadpole and Main streets.

• Nov. 21: Police checked out two suspicious vehicles on North Lancaster Street.

• Nov. 21: Police warned a driver for traffic violations on Laker Drive.

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