2009-01-31 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.


• Dec. 30: Police were called about a 9-1-1 hang-up call from the above apartment at 2:41 a.m. Both parties still there denied making the call. Both were OK.

• Dec. 30: A manager at Heritage Sportswear called about six bad checks totalling over $2,300. All were written on the same account and came back as no such account. The company is reviewing its video records to get a description of the person who picked up the orders.

• Dec. 30: Police took a report on a bike stolen from a Broardway Street home. The bike was taken sometime in the last week.

• Dec. 30: Police stopped a driver for a stop sign violation on West 2nd Street at Cumberland Street. Police discovered that he was driving under suspension. His vehicle was impounded.

• Dec. 31: A driver was cited for travelling 42 mph in a 25 mph zone and 52 mph in a 35 mph zone on East Main Street.

• Dec. 31: A driver was cited for driving under suspension. The vehicle was impounded.

• Dec. 31: Police took a report on the theft of a purse from the Nazareth Church.

• Jan. 1: Police assisted a motorist with a flat tire on Ohio 79.

• Jan. 1: Police on patrol saw a vehicle in the parking lot at Brad's Recycling. The driver said she was lost and was trying to get directions from her GPS. Police gave her directions to Heath.

• Jan. 1: Police cited a driver for excessive speed on Ohio 79.

• Jan. 2: Police assisted a motorist with a disabled vehicle. Police called a tow truck and stood by until it arrived.

• Jan. 2: A manager at the Duke station called about seeing a customers that looked like a person wanted by Columbus Police for rape. Police looked at the video recording and agreed. Police advised Columbus Police.

• Jan. 2: Police checked out a report of a mini van driving on North High Street without lights. They didn't see the van.

• Jan. 2: Police checked out a report of a suspicious man on the loading dock at Bayer Corporation. He was an employee.


• Jan. 19: Police stopped a vehicle with expired tags on Lancaster Street at Summit. Police discovered the driver didn't have a driver's license either. The driver was cited for both violations and the vehicle was impounded.

• Jan. 20: A Broad Street resident complained about harassment. Police warned the suspect.

• Jan. 21: Police conducted a follow up investigation on an unruly juvenile.

• Jan. 22: Three drivers were given warnings for traffic violations.

• Jan. 23: Police issued one citation and one warning for traffic violations.

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