2009-03-14 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Hebron

• Feb. 7: Police cited a driver for a stop sign violation on Enterprise Drive at North High Street.

• Feb. 7: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at West 2nd and Cumberland streets.

• Feb. 7: Police were called to a domestic dispute on Westview Drive. A woman told police her uncle had taken money, medication and rings that belonged to her grandmother and her uncle's mother. The uncle said his mother is in a nursing home and he is the executor of her estate. He admitted to taking the rigns. His niece then told police she made up the story about the money and medicine to see if he would admit to taking anything. Police told them it was a civil dispute.

• Feb. 8: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff's Office with a crash at Ohio 79 and I-70.

• Feb. 8: Police responded to an alarm drop at 4 a.m. at Clay's Cafe. Police had an owner let them enter the building to check it. Police then heard a cat and an owner said it had been left in the building by mistake. Everything checked secure.

• Feb. 8: A driver was cited for excessive speed on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Feb. 8: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police with an active domestic dispute on Stewart Avenue. It was a verbal argument and the male half left for the night.

• Feb. 8: Police cited a driver for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead, OVI, and driving under suspension following a crash at Main and High streets.

• Feb. 8: A Hebron Road mother reported at 9:10 p.m. that her 15-year-old had taken 13 Excedrin pills at noon and hadn't told her. Police had medics check her out. She was OK and her mother transported her to the hospital.

• Feb. 9: A driver was cited for travelling 73 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Feb. 10: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Feb. 10: Police noticed a disabled vehicle on Ohio 79. The license plate came back to a Hebron resident. Police called her and said she had 48 hours to remove it. Police also told her it was unlocked with chain saw clearly visible. She accepted the offer to lock the vehicle.

• Feb. 10: Police checked for a reported bicycle rider carrying a rifle. Police didn't see anyone riding a bike with a weapon.

• Feb. 11: Police on patrol noticed that the high winds had bent one of the crossing gates at the Ohio 79 railroad crossing. Police reported he problem to the railroad company.

• Feb. 11: Police on patrol saw three small boats in the Buckeye Outdoors parking lot. Police secured the boats next to the build- ing and notified the owner.

• Feb. 11: Police responded to an alarm drop at Buckeye Outdoors. The building checked secure and the owner was notified.

• Feb. 12: Police noticed a dog hanging around the municipal complex at midnight. Police thought the dog belonged to a Canyon Road resident. Police took the dog there and a woman there confirmed ownership.

• Feb. 12: A father told police that his son had told him that some 8th graders were smoking cigarettes while waiting for a school bus at Hebron Elementary School. Police watched the stop the next day and didn't see anyone smoking. Police also warned students on the bus about smoking and asked the early morning bus driver to watch out for under age smokers.

• Feb. 12: A driver was cited for going 54 mph in a 35 mph zone on South High Street.

• Feb. 12: A Christopher Drive resident reported that a neighbor's son was parking in front of this home playing car stereo very loud. Police talked with him. He said he had purchased new stereo equipment and had spent the week getting it installed. He agreed to turn down the volume.

• Feb. 12: Two drivers were cited for excessive speed on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Feb. 13: A Raspberry Circle resident reported that someone slashed the tires on her vehicle.

• Feb. 13: A Greenbriar Lane resident reported several fraudulent charges were made against her Park National account.

• Feb. 13: A National Road woman told police she was enroute to her daughter's home because her grandson had called her about three men in a vehicle trying to get into the house. Police went to the house and discovered that the incident had occurred almost an hour earlier. The grandson claimed that the three men assaulted him, but his story didn't add up. His grandmother agreed with the hesitation to take a report and police warned him about filing a false report. He then declined to make a report.

• Feb. 13: Health Police asked police to watch for a vehicle involved in a robbery at HH Gregg. Police didn't the see vehicle.

Millersport

• March 2: Police checked out a suspicious person in front of Millersport High School.

• March 3: Police warned a motorist for parking in the fire lane in front of Millersport High School.

• March 3: A motorist was cited for going 41 mph in a 20 mph school zone.

• March 5: A driver was cited for travelling 47 mph in a 25 mph zone on Lancaster Street at Summit Street.

• March 5: Police warned a driver for excessive speed on Lancaster Street at Summit Street.

• March 5: Police cited a driver for going 47 mph in a 25 mph zone on Lancaster Street at Gift Street.

• March 5: A driver was cited for travelling 37 mph in a 20 mph school zone.

• March 5: A driver was cited for going 39 mph in a 20 mph school zone.

• March 6: A driver was cited for travelling 46 mph in a 25 mph zone on Lancaster Street Gift Street.

• March 6: Police cited a driver for going 40 mph in a 25 mph zone on Lancaster Street at Summit Street.

• March 6: A driver was cited for travelling 43 mph in a 25 mph zone on Lancaster Street at Gift Street.

• March 6: A semi driver was warned for traffic violations at Refugee and Deep Cut roads.

• March 9-10: Chief Lewis attended a two day seminar in Columbus hosted by U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security.

• March 10: Reserve Officer Consolo was sworn in as a parttime paid officer.

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