2010-04-10 / Police Report

Police activity

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• April 1: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $20.01 in gasoline.

• April 2: A Buckeye Lake resident called police because a Mt. Perry man was intoxicated and refused to leave the resident’s home when asked. The man left before police arrived, but was spotted staggering down the middle of West 1st Street, where several vehicles almost struck him. The man was taken into custody, but was unable to locate a sober person to take him from the police station. He was transported to Licking County jail after being charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

• April 3: A driver was cited for traveling 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• April 3: A driver was warned for speed, but cited for not wearing a seatbelt on Mill Dam Road.

• April 4: A driver was cited for traveling 53 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• April 4: A West 4th Street man was cited for driving under suspension on Hebron Road.

Hebron • March 5: Police were called to a Lake Forest Drive home on a report of juveniles smashing things behind the house with a ball bat. A juvenile was smashing an old TV that had been thrown away.

• March 6: Police took a report on a non-injury accident in the Kroger store parking lot.

• March 6: Police on patrol at 8 p.m. saw a couple arguing at the Kroger gas station. A female was in a vehicle and trying to leave when a male stepped in front of the vehicle. The woman said she and her husband were arguing because he was going to Dayton without her. Her husband said he only left the motel to get some cigarettes. Both agreed that the argument was over.

• March 7: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident said her brother was becoming irate because his wasn’t taking his medication. Police spoke with him and he said he was tired of his sister bugging him about his medication.

• March 7: Police were called to McDonald’s about an irate customer. A manager said a customer first called to complain about the quality of his food and then came to the restaurant where he dumped the food on the front in front of the manager. The manager wanted the incident documented in case he returned.

• March 7: Police asked a man working on his vehicle in the Lakewood Drive apartment complex to turn down his stereo.

• March 7: A driver was cited for going 68 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• March 8: A Kelly Drive woman told police that a repairman from Iacone Construction inspected her furnace and told her it would cost $4,200 to fix it. She got a second estimate and it was for just $94. Since the complainant had cancelled her check with the first company, police told it was now a civil matter. She was told to call police if an Iacone representative came to see her.

• March 9: A Newark man asked police to document that his ex-wife living in Hebron took their 8 year old daughter to school in her pajamas. He said she was embarrassed to the point of tears.

• March 9: A woman arrested at Krogers for theft. She was taken to jail.

• March 9: Police took a report on a theft at Krogers involving a male driving a green Toyota SUV.

• March 10: Police took a report on a theft from Buckeye Outdoors.

• March 10: Two separate drivers were cited for going 79 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• March 11: Police on patrol at 1:10 a.m. saw light on in a normally dark Arrowhead business. Police checked the area and the building. Everything was OK.

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