2009-07-18 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• July 10: Police discovered that a Newark resident's truck and boat trailer in tow both had expired tags.

• July 10: A Myers Avenue. man said he found three rifles in his home and turned them over to police.

• July 10: Police responded to a report of fireworks at Leisure Village. The parties were advised.

• July 11: A driver was cited for going 50 mph in a 35 mph zone on Ohio 79.

• July 11: A driver was cited for going 55 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.

• July 11: A driver was cited for going 48 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road

• July 11: A driver was cited for going 53 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.

• July 11: An open window was reported at a residence.

• July 11: An officer warned a Walnut Road resident to go inside and sober up, or face public intoxi- cation charges.

• July 12: A driver was cited for going 51 mph in a 35 mph zone on Mill Dam Road.

• July 12: A driver was cited for going for 48 mph in a 35 mph on Walnut Road.

• July 12: A driver was cited for going 53 mph in a 35 mph zone on Ohio 79.

• July 12: Police received a report of unsupervised small children on West 1st Street. A parent was advised.

• July 12: A Woods Street woman reported someone stole several items from her car.

• July 13: A Lynnwood Circle woman reported someone stole prescription medication from her home. Her nephew alledgely confessed, stating he "couldn't sleep."

• July 14: A Lakeshore Drive man said sometime between April and June of this year, someone stole several items from his car.

Hebron

• June 6: A McDonald's manager complained about a customer that came behind the counter. When told he couldn't be there, he started cursing workers. His license plate number was provided. The manager asked police to tell him that he is banned from the restaurant. Police told him that he would be charged with trespassing if he returned.

• June 6: Police were called about a guest at the Best Western refusing to leave at the checkout time. The guest was leaving when police arrived.

• June 6: Police took a dog bite report on Hebron Road.

• June 6: A juvenile was charged after he allegedly shot a man with a BB/pellet gun on North Maple Street.

• June 7: Police stopped a vehicle on Ohio 79 after seeing a passenger holding a child on his lap. The driver was cited for having a passenger without a seatbelt.

• June 7: Police stood by with a driver of a disabled vehicle on Ohio 79 until some fuel arrived.

• June 7: Police checked out a report of 4-wheelers being ridden behind the Maple Heights trailer park. Police didn't see any 4-wheelers.

• June 8: A Hamilton Avenue woman asked police to watch her mailbox after she reported that young children were putting colored pictures in it and may have put a cigarette in the mailbox as well.

• June 8: Police took a report after a driver left the Duke station without paying for $42.84 in fuel.

• June 8: Police were called at 11:08 p.m. about a large fight at a Broadway Street apartment. A woman bought four men with her to confront the resident about the theft of several hundred dollars from her purse at a party in Fairfield County.

• June 9: Police were called about a possible theft of $30 from a purse at a Broadway Street apartment. The complaint said she last saw the $30 about the first of the month. There was no sign of forced entry. She didn't want a report, but did want police to document her complaint.

• June 9: Police responded to an alarm drop at Harry & David's. The alarm was set off by Hebron Fire responding to a fire alarm there. A manager said they were having alarm problems. There was no fire.

• June 9: Police took a report on the theft of two power tools from a maintenance room at the Best Western motel.

• June 9: A Hamilton Avenue woman reported the theft of over $800 in cash and several thousand dollars of jewelry from her home over the past few months. A relative is believed to be responsible.

• June 9: A man reported a verbal confrontation with a known man when he was walking into the Kroger store. When he left the store, he smelled beer in his vehicle and the driver's seat was wet. Police took photos and a report.

• June 10: Police responded to a report of an active domestic dispute at an East North Street home. Both sides said it was just a verbal dispute.

• June 10: A village official reported that a 4-wheeler being driven in a driveway off West Main Street was flinging gravel into the street. Police spoke with the owner who apologized.

• June 10: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at 2nd and Cumberland streets.

• June 10: A driver was cited for OVI and driving under suspension on Greenbriar Lane.

• June 11: Police on patrol routinely checking license plates identified a registered owner who's license expired in 2007 and was wanted on a City of Delaware Police warrant for failure to appear. Police cited the driver for the expired license and after confirming the warrant, arrested the driver. He was turned over to Delaware Police in Johnstown.

• June 11: Police were called to a Hebron Road home on a report of an unruly juvenile. The mother said her 15-year-old daughter was talking to her boyfriend on the phone when she told her she needed to use the phone. She said her daughter got angry, threw the phone at her and cursed her. The daughter told police she threw the phone on the floor. The mother just wanted police to talk with her daughter.

• June 11: A Greenbriar Lane resident reported seeing a bearded man wearing a hooded sweatshirt walking down Greenbriar Lane with a gun held to his head. Police checked the area but didn't find anyone matching that description. Another resident reported see the man but said he was talking on a cell phone. • June 12: Police responded to an alarm drop at Park National Bank. The alarm was accidentally tripped.

• June 12: A North 7th Street resident called about several strange phone message left on her answering machine while she was out of town. Police listened to the messages and described them as accidental dials or some sort of phone problem.

• June 12: A South High Street man said his ex-wife pulled in his driveway and honked her horn several times. He said she isn't to be around heir children and has been known to steal stuff from the house. He asked police to trespass her from the house. Police were unable to reach her at any of the numbers he gave them.

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