2009-12-05 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Hebron Mayor Clifford Mason recently gave the oath of office to Gary Lawrence as Police Chief James Dean looks on. Lawrence is a graduate of Riverview High School in Coshocton County and completed his police training at COTC. He currently lives in Knox County. He is starting as an unpaid auxiliary officer. Lawrence began 160 hours of field training on Nov. 23. Courtesy photo. Hebron Mayor Clifford Mason recently gave the oath of office to Gary Lawrence as Police Chief James Dean looks on. Lawrence is a graduate of Riverview High School in Coshocton County and completed his police training at COTC. He currently lives in Knox County. He is starting as an unpaid auxiliary officer. Lawrence began 160 hours of field training on Nov. 23. Courtesy photo. Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Nov. 25: A Renner Street woman reported her ex-boyfriend was harassing her.

• Nov. 25: A Walnut Road woman said juveniles beat on the side of her trailer and knocked over her garbage cans.

• Nov. 25: A West 1st Street woman said her brother stole equipment from her car stereo and sold it to his friend.

• Nov. 27: A Central Avenue man reported one of his car’s license plates missing.

• Nov. 29: A runaway juvenile from Heath was located in Buckeye Lake and returned home.

• Nov. 29: A driver was cited for 54 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 29: A driver was cited for 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 29: A driver was cited for 56 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 30: A Walnut Road woman reported an August theft because her insurance company requires a police report.

• Dec. 1: A driver was cited for 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79

• Dec. 1: A West 2nd Street woman reported a prowler, but an officer found no prowlers.

Hebron • Nov. 12: A Lakewood school bus driver reported that a driver passed his bus while the lights were flashing at Hebron Elementary School. He identified the driver as a substitute teacher at the school. Police talked with her and she said she didn’t think it was a violation to go around the bus to enter the school parking lot. Police gave her a warning.

• Nov. 12: A driver was cited for excessive speed on Refugee Road at Canyon Road.

• Nov. 12: A motorist was cited for excessive speed on Canal Road.

• Nov. 13: A driver was cited for going 73 mph in a 35 mph zone on East Main Street at Dennison Street.

• Nov. 13: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident reported a theft after she and her roommates left for a walk. The apartment door wasn’t locked and they returned to find a wii system, camera and DVD collection missing.

• Nov. 13: Police responded to a report of an aggressive Mound Street dog running loose. Police found the dog tied up in its yard.

• Nov. 13: Police took a report on a private property crash at East Cumberland Street and Canal Road.

• Nov. 13: A South High Street mother brought her 11-year-old son to the police department so he could hear the consequences of taking a knife to school. He had been caught with it at school and had been suspended for several days. She wanted him to hear how serious it could have been. Police explained the possible criminal charges he could have faced and their consequences.

• Nov. 14: Police were dispatched to assist Buckeye Lake Police on a burglary in progress at a Park Street restaurant. Police found that someone had broken a window by the front door.

• Nov. 14: A Mound Street resident complained about a mini van with curtains that had been parked down the street from his home for several days. The complainant said the confronted the occupant who then left the area. The complainant though the man was some kind of detective.

• Nov. 14: A driver was cited for excessive speed on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Nov. 14: Police responded to a report of a possible domestic dispute at a Broadway Street apartment. The complainant said her ex-boyfriend was trying to remove things that didn’t belong to him. Police spoke to her ex who said he wanted his phone charger and a x-box. She said he could have the charger but not the x-box. He took the charger and left.

• Nov. 15: A Kelly Drive mother reported a domestic dispute between here and her son. He left before police arrived.

• Nov. 15: Police checked out a report of a suspicious vehicle at Kelly and Westview drives. The owner thought it had been taken without permission.

• Nov. 15: A West Main Street resident reported the theft of some Halloween decortions from her front porch.

• Nov. 15: Police were dispatched to a Kelly Court home on a report of an out-of-conrol juvenile. The 16 year-old said he had an argument with his girlfriend. Police took a report and forwarded it to Juvenile Probation.

• Nov. 16: Police on patrol at 2 a.m. saw an open window at a West Main Street business. Police checked the building and secured the window.

• Nov. 16: Police cited a driver for a stop sign violation on an off ramp from Ohio 79.

• Nov. 16: AS Parks AVenue man complained about being followed by a man in a gray van. Police told him it sounded like a security company representative that was doing some surveillance in the area. The man was very concerned about it and police told him how to contact the company.

• Nov. 17: Police on patrol at 2:27 a.m. saw a Forest Ridge Drive woman sitting between the storm door and the front door of a home. She told police she was waiting for a friend to pick her up after an argument with her husband. She told police everything was OK.

• Nov. 17: A Kelly Court mother reported that her 15 yearold daughter got suspended from school and that she got into an argument with her when she got home. The daughter left. She was located and taken home. This incident was repeated several times through out the day and night. Police said juvenile court officers would not take her into custody.

• Nov. 18: Police took a report on a private property crash in the Kroger parking lot.

• Nov. 18: A Greenbriar Lane resident told police that two men knocked on his door, saying they were from the gas company. He asked for ID’s but they didn’t provide any. Police did find one of the men who had a Columbia Gas ID.

• Nov. 19: A Subway employee said her ex-boyfirend keeps coming into the restaurant and causing problems in front of customers. This time she said he was yelling and throwing money at her. When a customer tried to intervene, he yelled at the customer. The restaurant’s general manager asked police to trespass him.

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