2009-11-21 / News

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. We’ll have more reports next week.

Buckeye Lake

• Oct. 26: A Walnut Road woman told police that Lawrence Fogall, a 62 year old Newark man, lured her teenage daughter into a vehicle in the Family Dollar parking lot and engaged in unlawful sexual conduct. The daughter told police that two weeks before the incident she and her friend were randomly text messaging people when Fogall answered a message. The two texted each other for a while afterward and finally began calling each other. The daughter agreed to meet Fogall, who would be driving an orange truck. Fogall allegedy had a hidden make-shift bedroom in the back of the truck where the incident occurred.

Police were able to locate Fogall from the number saved on the daughter’s phone. Police and a Licking County detective confronted Fogall at his Newark home, who accompanied them to the Licking County Sheriff’s Department, where he was arrested and placed in jail following questioning. He was charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. Fogall posted bond set at $50,000. A Licking County grand jury indicted him Nov. 5.

• Nov. 11: Police were dispatched to a Lake Street residence where an assault was reported. Police said there was no assault.

• Nov. 14: A Heath man was cited for a stop sign violation on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 14: Someone broke a window at the Bangkok City restaurant.

• Nov. 15: A driver was cited for driving 53 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Nov. 15: A driver was cited for driving 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Nov. 15: A driver was cited for driving 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Nov. 15: A driver was cited for driving 53 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Nov. 15: Assisted Hebron police on an active domestic violence report between a mother and son.

• Nov. 15: Police were called to a 9-1-1 hang-up call on Elliot Street, where a couple was loudly arguing when police arrived. Parties were advised.

• Nov. 16: A Mill Dam Road man was arrested on a warrant out of Johnstown.

• Nov. 16: A Heath man was pulled over on an equipment violation when the officer discovered the man was driving under suspension and he also had a warrant for his arrest out of Johnstown.

Hebron

• Nov. 4: Police responded to an alarm drop at Park National Bank. It was triggered by a new employee.

• Nov. 4: A driver was cited for speed on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Nov. 4: Police responded to a report of a disabled truck on Ohio 79 at Enterprise Drive. The truck had run out of fuel. Police pushed the truck out of the roadway. The passenger was waiting for her boyfriend to return with fuel.

• Nov. 4: A driver was cited for speed on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Nov. 4: Police were called to a verbal domestic dispute on Mound Street. A daughter had been yelling at her parents and had left when they asked her to do so.

• Nov. 5: Police were dispatched to watch for a possible impaired driver heading west on US 40 at 7:02 a.m. Police didn’t see the vehicle.

• Nov. 5: Police delivered a driver’s license retest form to a Broadway Street resident after multiple complaints about the subject’s driving over a three week period.

• Nov. 5: Police arrested and took to jail a man that allegedly assaulted a clerk at the Duke station.

• Nov. 5: Police checked the Westview Drive area after receiving a report of a mini-van travelling in the area with several juveniles hanging out of the windowns. Police didn’t see the vehicle.

• Nov. 5: Police were called to the elementary school playground at 4:40 p.m. on a report of two juveniles making out in front of young children. The two 12-yearold lovers were taken home to their parents.

• Nov. 5: A driver was cited for speed on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Nov. 5: An owner at Clays Cafe reported money missing from the cash register.

• Nov. 6: A driver was cited for speed on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Nov. 6: Police checked out a 9-1-1 hang-up call at a Cumberland Street home. The resident was trying to make an international call.

• Nov. 6: Police were called to a Canal Road apartment at 10:19 a.m. on a report of a person trying to break in. While enroute, police learned that it was the caller’s son. He had left when police arrived and his mother didn’t want to file a report.

• Nov. 6: Police warned a driver about reckless driving after he pulled out of a Cumberland Street driveway at a high rate of speed. The driver told police his wife asked him to leave after a verbal argument.

• Nov. 6: Police took a report on a non-injury private property crash at a West Cumberland Street home.

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