Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• March 25: A Hebron Road man said someone shot a hole in a large window of his house.
• March 26: A motorcyclist was stopped on Highland Avenue for going the wrong way on a oneway road. The officer found the motorcyclist didn't have a license or a helmet.
• March 27: A Groveport man said someone broke into his locked trailer. He wasn't sure if anything was missing.
• March 28: A tree limb fell, striking a vehicle on Anchors Way Road.
• March 28: An intoxicated person was reported on Anchors Way Road, but wasn't found.
• March 28: Police were advised of a fight on Highland Avenue. One person fled and the other participant didn't want to press charges.
• March 29: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a domestic dispute on Clark Street.
• March 31: An East Street man ran a stop sign and was found to be driving under suspension.
• March 31: A Walnut Road man was cited for driving under suspension.
• March 31: A Walnut Road man said someone stole his medication.
• March 6: Police received a tip about a vehicle being driven by a driver under suspension. Police saw the vehicle and checked the driver's status. He was under multiple suspensions and was cited for driving under suspension. A passenger was cited for possession of marijuana after he tried to remove it from the vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up a marijuana pipe which was claimed by the driver. He was then cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
• March 6: A man walking along Canal Road flagged down police and turned over a driver's license he had found on his walk. Police were unable to contact the man by phone, but send him a letter advising that his license had been found.
• March 6: An unknown caller reported that a mini van was going southbound on Ohio 79 and passing vehicles in the turn or suicide lane at a high rate of speed. The caller told police that the vehicle turned into the drive of a Lake Forest Drive home. Police found the described vehicle at the address. The 21-yearold driver told police that another driver had forced his vehicle into the turn lane and admitted that he passed several vehicles before getting back into a traffic lane. He was warned.
• March 7: Police on patrol at 1:33 a.m. saw three young men skateboarding in Evans Park. They were told that the park closed at dusk.
• March 7: Police were dispatched on a report of a woman beating on a door at a North 9th Street residence. The caller said she had a fight with her boyfriend and he would not let her into her Refugee Road residence. Since the incident occurred outside the village limits, it was turned over to the Licking County Sheriff's Office. Police stood by until a deputy arrived.
• March 7: A Raspberry Circle mother reported that someone sent her son pornographic material through his My Space page. Police determined that her son had accepted someone as a friend who had pornographic material on his My Space page.
• March 7: Yet another driver was cited for a stop sign violation at West 2nd Street at Cumberland Street.
• March 7: A Buckeye Lake woman said she got into a verbal argument over the phone with a Hebron woman. She said the Hebron woman threatened her and she wanted a report with charges. Police spoke with both parties and took a report.
• March 13: A motorist was cited for not wearing a seat belt and was issued a warning for other violations
• March 13: A motorist was cited for going 47 mph in a 25 mph zone on North Main St.
• March 15: A motorist was cited for failure to display license plates.
• March 18: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office on an investigation stemming from a Perry County OVI crash
• March 19: A motorist was charged with driving under an OVI suspension, speeding, and use of fictitious license plates
• March 19: Police assisted the Perry County Sheriff's Office by searching for an intoxicated subject thought possibly to be in the Thornport area.
• March 19: Police responded to a report of active vandalism to a vehicle at the Meadows apartments. Police were able to track down one of the intoxicated subjects. He was arrested and taken to jail.
• March 20: Police investigated a burglary report.
• March 20: A motorist was stopped on North Main Street for failing to have two working brake lights, misc. other violations and driving under suspension.
• March 23: A New Lexington man was cited for exceeding the speed limit by 18 mph.
• March 23: A driver was cited for a traffic light violation.