Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• May 13: A Millersport man was charged with theft after he redeemed a prize winning coffee cup at the Hebron McDonald’s. The cup had already been redeemed at the Buckeye Lake McDonald’s, removed from the Buckeye Lake McDonald’s, and then redeemed again at the Hebron McDonald’s. The prize associated with the cup was one free Frappe (coffee product) per week for a year. There was no redemption for the Millersport man.
• May 16: A Park Street man was screaming and threatening cars, and spitting on pedestrians. When officers arrived, he resisted being patted down for weapons. He was wrestled to the ground and handcuffed. The man was charged with disorderly conduct.
• May 18: A man reported his camera was stolen from his vehicle May 14. Signs were posted advertising a $250 reward for anyone with information leading to the camera’s recovery. A 1st Street man called, wanting to meet the theft victim. The theft victim told police he was meeting with the 1st Street man. During the meeting, the 1st Street man told the theft victim he didn’t have the camera, but for $250 he’d tell him where to find it. Police arrived at the scene and detained the 1st Street man, who was on probation. Charges are pending.
Hebron • April 4: Police cited a driver for squealing tires on East Main Street.
• April 5: A Buckeye Lake woman reported a confused juvenile walking down 6th Street to West Main Street. The mentally handicapped girl said she was walking from her sitter’s house on Kelly Court to meet her brother at the New Life recreation center. Police spoke with her brother who said she makes this trip daily.
• April 5: Police stopped a vehicle for a stop sign violation on an Ohio 79 off ramp to US 40. Police also discovered the driver had a suspended license. Citations were issued for both violations.
• April 5: A Lake Forest Drive woman reported that a man pulled into her driveway and slashed the rear tires on her vehicle.
• April 6: Police on patrol at 1:54 a.m. saw a vehicle without lights heading west on East Main Street. The driver said he forgot to turn them on when he left Krogers. Three juveniles were in the car. They said they were all staying at one of the juvenile’s home and had gone to Krogers for snacks. Police called their parents to pick them up.
• April 6: Police were called at 4:10 p.m. about a vehicle sitting in the Creative Catering lot for about 30 minutes. The driver was reading a magazine before reporting to work at the Pilot Travel Center.
• April 6: A Thornville man turned in a wallet he found on Ohio 37 near US 40.
• April 6: Three juveniles were detained for shoplifting at the Kroger store. They were processed for theft charges and released to their parents.
• April 7: Police on patrol at 2:20 a.m. saw a subject covered with a blanket in the tree line next to the Hebron Cemetery. The 23 year-old man said his girlfriend was supposed to come and get him, but hadn’t arrived. When police checked his identification, they discovered he was wanted on a Pickerington Police warrant. After confirming the warrant, he was arrested and turned over to Pickerington Police at the Flying J Travel Center.