Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• July 23: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office in an attempt to serve a warrant at a North Bank Road address. The resident was not home.
• July 23: Police assisted a park officer with a vehicle search.
• July 24: A North Bank Road. woman was cited for expired temporary tags and driving under suspension.
• July 24: A North Bank Road woman reported her purse and wallet missing.
• July 24: Police assisted Hebron Police in a recovery of a stolen bicycle.
• July 24: A Walnut Road woman said someone placed trash in a dumpster without permission. The trash was removed.
• July 25: A Walnut Road man was arrested on a Hebron Police warrant after his wife charged him with domestic violence.
• July 25: A juvenile reported that her father abandoned her. Children's Services took custody of the juvenile.
• July 26: A Logan driver was cited for no seat belt and warned for speed.
• July 26: A Zanesville man was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.
• July 26: A Pataskala man was cited for running a red light on Hebron Road and driving under suspension.
• July 28: A Somerset driver was cited for expired tags.
Hebron • June 14: Police cited a driver for travelling 67 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at Enterprise Drive.
• June 14: Police were called to an argument on East North Street. No one would answer the door. Two women then arrived and said their sister had a n argument with her husband and was now at one of here sister's home. Police talked with her and she said she was OK. The husband called and police told him to leave his wife alone for the night.
• June 14: Police were called about the husband in the previous incident making harassing phone calls to one of his sister-in-laws, inquiring about the whereabouts of his wife. He called while police were there and was told to stop calling. Police said he asked how much would his fine be if he continued to call. Police told him it was an arrestable offense and warned him to stop calling or face arrest.
• June 15: Police responded to an alarm drop at Buckeye Outdoors. Everything checked secure.
• June 16: Police on patrol at 2:10 a.m. saw an open door on the equipment shed at Evans Park. The shed looked undisturbed. Police secured the door.
• June 16: Police checked out a complaint about a door-to-door salesman on 9th Street. He was told to get a permit or leave town.
• June 16: A Broadway Street resident turned in a Social Security card she found in the sreet. Multiple attempts to contact the owner were unsuccessful.
• June 17: Police took a report on a theft from an auto on Rockingham.
• June 17: Police took a report on an auto break-in on West North Street. Nothing was taken.
• June 17: Police took a report on a truck break-in on West North Street. An i-pod and $30 in quarters were taken.
• June 17: Police took a report on a truck break-in on West North. Street. The truck was ransacked but nothing was missing.
• June 17: A North 9th Street woman reported harassing text messages from a named man. Police told him to stop sending the messages.
• June 18: Police on patrol at 2:25 a.m. saw a man walking southbound along Ohio 79 near O'Neill Drive. He told police he was walking home from his sister's home in Newark. Police gave him a ride to his Buckeye Lake home.
• June 18: Police responded to an alarm drop at the dentists' office. An employee had accidentally tripped it.
• June 18: Police helped a London, Ohio, man install a child safety seat in a vehicle.
• June 19: Police were called about a suspicious vehicle behind a Basin Street building at 12:35 a.m. A 16-year-old girl was behind the wheel and her passenger was a 17- year-old boy. They told police they were just talking. Their parents were called to take them home.
• July 17: Police were called to a Lynn Avenue home on a report of a burglary.
• July 17: Police conducted a foot patrol on Lynn Avenue.
• July 17: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with an intoxicated female on North Bank.
• July 17: Police assisted the county dog warden at 7th and Canal streets concerning a dog bite incident earlier in the week.
• July 17: Police assisted the water department with a water shutoff on Wolfe Boulevard.
• July 17: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office with a fight in Thurston. Baltimore Police also assisted.
• July 18: Police assisted with an intoxicated person on Leibs Island.
• July 18: Police assisted on a call regarding a juvenile on Maple.
• July 18: Police responded to a disturbance on Terrace Street at 1:16 a.m.
• July 20-24: Chief Lewis and Lt. Wheeler attended training in New Mexico via a grant from the U. S. Department of Homeland Security and hosted by New Mexico Tech. The cost of $6,000 per person was paid totally through the grant. Lewis thanked Wheeler for his hard work in obtaining the grant for school security training.
• July 21: Police were dispatched to Broad Street on an incident regarding a juvenile.
• July 21: Police checked out suspicious persons at 3rd and Canal streets.
• July 25: Police assisted a park office on Maple and Orchid in Fairfield Beach.