Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• June 23: A Wood Street woman set some of her belongings on her front porch chair when she arrived home and found an argument taking place inside. A short time later, after the argument calmed, she went back to her porch chair to find her belongings missing. She reported them as stolen.
• June 26: A driver was cited for going 52 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• June 26: A driver was cited for going 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• June 27: A driver was cited for going 52 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• June 27: A Walnut Road man was accused of shoving a woman to the floor and spraying a man’s face with a harmful substance. The suspect denied the incidents and claimed he had video to prove his point. According to the report, the officer was not shown the video.
• May 31: An Army service man stationed in Colorado called police to tell them that he got into an argument over the phone with his Hebron wife and now she won’t take his calls. He asked police to check on her wellbeing. Police spoke with her and she said her husband had called her by one of his old girlfriend’s name. She was fine, just upset. Police called her husband back and told him she was tired and upset, suggesting that he call her the next day.
• May 31: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police with an active domestic dispute on Slocum Street.
• May 31: Police went with Buckeye Lake Police from Slocum Street to a report of a fight at Louie’s Corner House. The parties had been separated before police arrived.
• June 1: A Kroger security officer detained a woman for shoplifting nail polish. Police took her into custody and eventually released her with a summons for a court appearance.
• June 2: Police were dispatched to assist the squad on East Main Street. A mother was having a panic attack over her 2-year-old daughter’s continuing temper tantrum.
• June 2: Police removed a pile of hay from the roadway on West Main Street.
• June 3: Police on patrol at 11:48 p.m. saw a car in the back lot at Evans Park. A couple in the vehicle said they were just talking and didn’t know the park closed at dusk.
• June 4: A driver was cited for no driver’s license after a traffic stop on West Main Street.
• June 4: A motorist was cited for going 68 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• June 4: A South High Street resident said she found a mailbox and its post in her yard. Police returned the mailbox to a Cumberland Street address. There was a post hole in the yard and police put the post back in the hole.
• June 4: Police issued a parking citation to a vehicle parked in the fire lane at the Kroger store.
• June 4: Police were called to a domestic dispute on Elm Street between two young males. One was arrested for domestic violence.
• June 4: Police responded to an alarm drop at Hendrickson Axle. An employee said she stopped by to do some last minute paperwork and forgot the alarm code.
• June 5: Police were asked to check a Kelly Drive address for a Dodge pickup being sought by Newark Police. It was there.
• June 5: A Sunset Road woman said her ex-boyfriend came to her house wanting to restart their relationship. His wife and other family members then showed up and confronted the complaintant.
• June 5: A motorist was cited for going 66 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79.
• June 5: Police responded to an alarm drop at Buckeye Outdoors. A Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrived moments ahead of police. An exit door was standing open. Police set up a containment area while another deputy with a K-9 unit searched the building. The building checked OK and there were no signs of forced entry. Police also checked locked areas of the building with a keyholder and everything was OK.
• June 6: Police responded at 1:06 a.m. to a report of a domestic dispute on South High Street. Police found a man sitting on the patio drinking beer. He aid he wanted his fiance to get her things and move out of his house. He had already thrown her possessions in the yard. When she arrived, he began to make a scene and was warned several times before being placed under arrest. He resisted arrest and fought with officers. He was subdued and taken to jail.
• June 6: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police at 4:26 a.m. n an alarm drop at the former Albanese IGA store. There was an open door but the building checked secure.
• June 6: A driver stopped for a stop sign violation on West 2nd Street at Cumberland was also cited for driving under suspension.