2010-06-05 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• May 23: A Groveport man was cited for leaving the scene of a minor traffic accident on private property. The driver said he didn’t realize the collision was strong enough to cause damage to the other vehicle.

• May 27: A North Bank Road man said someone stole a weed eater and gasoline from his truck’s bed.

• May 28: A Johnstown woman was charged with assault at a Buckeye Lake residence.

• May 28: A Walnut Road woman was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital after reporting she was involved in a scuffle at Scooter’s Bar earlier that night.

• May 29: The owner of a barking dog on 1st Street became argumentative with an officer who was investigating a complaint about the dog. The owner refused to cooperate with the officer and was charged with disorderly conduct for intoxication.

• May 30: An officer was called to a 5th Street residence for a possible domestic violence incident. It was only a verbal exchange and the couple in question agreed to calm down and discuss their situation.

• May 30: An officer was called to a Walnut Street residence for a possible domestic violence incident. The man in the argument was gone when police arrived, and there was no physical violence or damages.

• May 30: A Walnut Road man said his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend pummeled his home with half a dozen eggs. The man recognized the new boyfriend’s car as he sped away.

• May 30: An Elroy Street man reported his property was full of stray cats.

• May 31: A North Bank woman asked to have her boy- friend removed from their home after an argument, but the home was the man’s legal residence. Woman was advised to file for an eviction.


• April 14: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident reported that his ex-wife came to his apartment and was yelling at his girlfriend.

• April 14: A found cell phone was brought to the police station. After making a few calls, police were able to identify the owner and called him to pick it up.

• April 14: A Newark man parked at the Lakewood Drive apartments complained that someone had egged and silly stringed his vehicle. Three nights earlier, he said someone put syrup and baking soda on it. He asked police to watch the lot.

• April 15: Police on patrol at 12:20 a.m. saw an open door on a vehicle parked at the Best Western motel. Police contacted who owner who said nothing was missing.

• April 15: A woman said her brother would not stop calling her. He was threatening to have her thrown in jail.

• April 15: Police stopped a vehicle and arrested a woman on a Fairfield County warrant. She was turned over to the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office. Police said she will also be charged with possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia after police found a meth pipe in her purse and she identified a crystal substance in a baggy as crystal meth.

• April 15: A driver was cited for going 64 mph n a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• April 16: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at Lakewood Drive and West Main Street.

• April 16: A Rockingham Drive woman reported that an unknown female called her residence and said she would be arrested if she didn’t pay a bill.

• April 16: Police were dispatched to a rollover crash on Ohio 79 near Enterprise Drive. No one was in the vehicle. Police tried to contract the owner using registration information without success. Police then used a cell phone found in the vehicle and reached a relative sho said her brother-in-law was responsible for the vehicle. A Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputy then checked an address for him, but no one was there. Police impounded the vehicle. Police later learned that the vehicle had been reported stolen the morning after the crash occurred. The Licking County Sheriff’s Office took the theft report.

• April 16: Police on patrol at 11:38 p.m. saw a man sitting in front of the Duke station. He said he was passing through on his way to Las Vegas. He accepted a ride offer to the T/A Travel Center.

• April 17: Police on patrol at 2:13 a.m. saw a vehicle off the roadway at the entrance to the trailer park. The driver said he fell asleep while driving and went off the roadway taking out a sign and hitting a fence. He was driving to his Dublin home from his job at a Zanesville hospital.

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