2009-02-28 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Feb. 18: Licking County Common Pleas Judge Thomas Marcelain sent Nathan Robertson, 23, back to prison for 10 years for tying up and robbing a Buckeye Lake man Sept. 4. Robertson was released from prison in May 2008 for a prior burglary conviction in Franklin County.

• Feb. 18: An Everett Avenue man was arrested on four warrants - two from Newark and two from Perry County.

• Feb. 18: A Westerville man said someone broke a window in his work truck.

• Feb. 20: A Somerset woman was charged with public intoxication.

• Feb. 20: Police checked an Everett Avenue residence for a possible stolen vehicle. A vehicle discovered at the residence was impounded.

• Feb. 20: Police assisted state liquor control agents at the Beechridge Lounge where the owner, a bartender, and two 19- year-olds were cited for underage consumption and serving to minors.

• Feb. 21: Police were dispatched to an Anchors Way residence on a possible criminal damaging incident. Involved parties denied the incident.

• Feb. 21: Police assisted Hebron Police to subdue an unruly subject being arrested on a warrant.

• Feb. 21: Police responded to a loud music complaint on Anchors Way. Parties were advised.

• Feb. 22: A Walnut Road woman said her 11 year old son was out of control. The son agreed to calm down after police spoke to him.

Hebron

• Jan. 22: Police took a report on a dog bite on Lake Forest Drive.

• Jan. 22: Police helped the Licking County Sheriff's Office serve a protection order on a Hebron Road trailer park resident who was also ordered to leave the property. Police stoodby until she left.

• Jan. 23: A Canal Road apartment resident told police she parked behind a vehicle that was parked in her assigned spot. She then ran inside for a few minutes. She said the vehicle owner came up to her and started screaming at her. He left when she called police.

• Jan. 23: Police notified the owner of a wallet found at the Duke station.

• Jan. 23: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at West 2nd and Cumberland streets.

• Jan. 23: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Kelly Drive home. Police spoke with the owner who had hired a house sitter who accidentally tripped the alarm.

• Jan. 24: Police stopped a vehicle after watching it drive off the right side of the roadway on North 6th Street. Police noticed a strong smell of cologne on the driver. The driver, who admitted to having a few drinks, passed a field sobriety test and was released.

• Jan. 24: Police are holding for safekeeping a purse found on 5th Street at East Main Street.

• Jan. 24: Police stopped a vehicle for going 67 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79. Police found the driver had three separate suspensions. The driver was arrested for driving under suspension and the vehicle was impounded.

• Jan. 24: After checking a license plate, police stopped a vehicle for suspicion of driving under suspension. Police said the driver was very nervous and said he didn't know what was in a coffee can on the back seat. He claimed to be holding it for a Buckeye Lake friend. The can contained drug paraphernalia and an unidentified blue substance. He was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Feb. 2: A East 2nd Street resident said his neighbor's door had been open for over 24 hours. He wanted police to check on his welfare. Police said it was obvious that no one was living there. They left a card asking the owner to call police.

• Feb. 3: Police on patrol at 3:56 p.m. saw a vehicle at Evans Park. It appeared to be vacant until a head popped up. The occupant told police he was sleeping in his car because his step-children were making too much noise at home. He agreed to leave the park.

• Feb. 3: Police on patrol saw a vehicle fly past a stopped school bus that was loading students. Police stopped the vehicle and cited the driver.

• Feb. 3: Police were called about a person standing in the middle of North High Street screaming at traffic. Police found a woman meeting the description nearby. She immediately began screaming at police and ran into traffic without looking when she was approached. She was nearly struck by a vehicle. Police followed the woman and with assistance from a specially trained intervention officer were able to get her to agree to go to Licking Memorial Hospital for observation.

Thornville

• Jan 20: A driver was cited for not wearing a seat belt and issued warnings for other infractions.

• Jan. 20: A driver was cited for excessive speed.

• Jan. 20: Police assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a crash on Ohio 188.

• Jan. 21: A vehicle was ticketed for an overtime parking violation.

• Jan. 21: A driver was cited for excessive speed.

• Jan. 23: A driver was cited for not wearing a seat belt and issued warnings for other infractions.

• Jan. 23: A driver was cited for failing to obey a traffic control devise.

• Jan. 23: A driver was cited for driving under suspension and an equipment violation.

• Jan. 26: A driver was cited for excessive speed and not wear- ing a seat belt.

• Feb. 1: A vehicle was ticketed for a parking violation.

• Feb. 1: A driver was cited for failing to display their license plate.

• Feb. 1: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a reported suicide attempt.

• Feb. 8: Two drivers were cited for excessive speed.

• Feb. 14: A driver was cited for excessive speed.

• Feb. 16: A driver was cited for excessive speed.

• Feb. 16: Two drivers were cited for not wearing a seat belt and each was issued a warning for another infraction.

• Feb. 16: A driver was cited for excessive speed.

• Feb. 20: Police are investigating a forged prescription. Police are working with Baltimore and Millersport Police on the investigation.

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