Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
Dec. 7: A Mill Street woman reported someone broke into her house and stole several items.
• Dec. 7: A Seymour Avenue woman told police she was physically assaulted.
• Dec. 12: A Thornville man was cited for driving with expired tags.
• Dec. 12: A driver was cited for going 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Dec. 12: Police assisted Hebron Police with serving a warrant.
• Dec. 13: A driver was cited for going 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Dec. 13: A driver was cited for going 52 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Dec. 13: An alarm was accidentally tripped at the Buckeye Lake Museum.
• Dec. 14: Juveniles accidentally discharged a shotgun at a Walnut Road residence. It blew a hole in the ceiling, but no one was injured.
• Dec. 14: A theft was reported at Stylz, but no charges were filed.
• Dec. 16: Police responded to an alarm drop at Beachridge
Lounge. Everything was OK.
• Dec. 1: A Canal Road apartment resident complained about his neighbor slamming their door too loud. Police talked with the neighbor who didn’t realize they were being too loud.
• Dec. 2: A vehicle official reported a vehicle stuck in a ditch on North 5th Street. A wrecker was called to remove it. The property owner didn’t want a crash report.
• Dec. 2: Dispatch was receiving numerous cell phone calls from an unknown woman who said she was being beaten in Buckeye Lake. The cell phone was traced to the Buckeye Lake/ Hebron area. Police were asked to check on the welfare of a Hebron Road Road trailer park resident. She was there and had been sleeping.
• Dec. 3: A neighbor of the woman in the previous report told police that her neighbor had been harassing her, claiming that she had called police about her. Police told the woman that her neighbor hadn’t called them and told her to stop the harassment or face charges.
• Dec. 3: Police responded to an alarm drop at Harry & David’s. The area was checked with a security guard. The guard concluded that an employee had failed to properly reset the alarm when leaving the area.
• Dec. 4: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at West 2nd and Cumberland streets.
• Dec. 4: A Kelly Court mother told police at 11:45 p.m. that her daughter was supposed to be home at 11 p.m. She thought she might be at a Lakewood Drive apartment. Police found her there and brought the juvenile home.
• Dec. 5: A Lakeforest Drive man wanted to reported a possible theft from the mail. He was supposed to receive a package for his daughter from his ex-wife. The post office had a delivery receipt that had been signed by a woman. The complainant decided to check further before filing a theft report.
• Dec. 5: Police took a report after a report that a driver left the Duke station without paying for $10.02 in fuel. Police checked the area for the vehicle.
• Dec. 5: A Harbor Hills resident complained about some men hunting on her property in Hebron. Police spoke with three hunters who had written permission from the complainant’s husband to hunt there. They were also hunting on the part of the property in the township.
• Dec. 5: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident told police there was a bat in her apartment. She wanted police to remove it. Police caught the bat and removed it.
• Dec. 5: Police responded to an alarm drop at Hebron Autobody. Everything checked OK.