Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• June 17: A Cliff Street man said his girlfriend attacked him. He wasn't aware he had a warrant for his arrest on a related domestic violence charge.
• June 18: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at Milldam and Hunts Landing roads.
• June 18: A Central Avenue man said someone stole a generator and an air conditioning unit from behind his home.
• June 18: Officer stopped a Walnut Road man who had a warrant for his arrest. The man was also driving under suspension and possessed marijuana.
• June 18: Police assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a BAC test.
• June 19: A Cliff Street woman asked for her boyfriend to be removed from their trailer. Police declined since he was on the lease and didn't have any warrants.
• June 19: A Hebron man told police two men were trying to throw a woman into Buckeye Lake against her will.
• June 19: A Cliff Street woman said her boyfriend violated a protection order, but he had yet to be served with it.
• June 19: Police received a call about illegal fireworks, but none were found.
• June 19: Several juveniles were reported to be jumping in front of traffic. The juveniles denied the incident.
• June 20: A driver was cited for doing 52 mph in 35 mph zone on Ohio 79.
• June 20: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute near the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club. It was only a verbal dispute.
• June 20: A marijuana pipe was found near the Super 8 motel.
• June 20: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff's Office with a boat that crashed into a dock at the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club. The boat captain was alleged to be under the influence of alcohol and the passenger, the captain's wife, suffered serious head injuries.
• June 20: Two women locked themselves in the women's room at the Duke service station and claimed they were abducted in Columbus. They told officers they escaped captivity while they were being transported to West Virginia to be forced into prostitution. According to the Columbus Police Department, the women made up the story and will be charged with falsification. Buckeye Lake Police Captain James Hanzey said the Buckeye Lake department would also file charges against them.
• June 21: Police assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a BAC test.
• June 21: Police located a missing 12-year-old.
• June 21: A driver was cited for going 49 mph in 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.
• June 22: A Cliff Street man returned to a residence after a protection order was issued prohibiting him from doing so.
• June 22: An officer witnessed two men hanging outside of a van, which was moving with its doors wide open. The driver of the van was found to be under suspension.
• June 24: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at Milldam and Hunts Landing roads.
• June 24: Police cited a driver for going 53 mph in a 35 mph zone on Milldam Road.
• May 12: Police were called to the Kroger store to assist medics with a subject who had fallen. The man's 59-year-old wife was very upset and concerned about being billed by the Hebron Fire Department for takiong him to the hospital. She wanted the Jacksontown Fire Department to take him to the hospital. She was told that her husband was unresponsive and needed to be transported immediately. She calmed down and agreed to have medics take him to Licking Memorial. Store employees reported that she had punched an employee during the incident, but no one wanted to press charges.
• May 12: A village employee reported a subject dumping construction debris at Evans Park. Several Street Department employees had stopped the man and told him to remove the drywall from the dumpster. The man claimed that he hadn't dumped there earlier. The street supervisor suggested that the man be warned this time.
• June 1: Police were called about a harassment incident on East Park Street.
• June 4: Police responded to a report of a fight at Gift and Lancaster streets.
• June 6: Police warned a motorist at East Park Street and Fair Avenue.
• June 6: Police took a report of property damage from a Terrace Street resident.
• June 9: Police took a report on a theft from a vehicle.
• June 12: Police were called to a residence on Wolf Boulevard on a report of a domestic dispute.
• June 15: A resident reported several vehicle break-ins in the 3rd Street area. Police remind all residents to remove all valuables from their vehicles at night including loose change. Anyone seeing juveniles roaming the streets in the early morning hours should call the dispatch center at (740) 653-5223. A police officer or a deputy will be dispatched to check the area. Residents should also call if they see or hear any suspicious activity.