2010-07-24 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• We were unable to collect the reports this week.


• June 20: Police conducted a field sobriety test for a Buckeye Lake officer.

• June 21: A South 7th Street man said he was dragged by his own vehicle after he loaned it to his neighbor. He said his neighbor didn’t see him as he drove away. He suffered bruises, scraps and a broken foot. He wanted the incident documented for insurance reasons.

• June 22: A Glenford man said a GPS unit, his wallet and some medications were taken from his vehicle while he was eating inside McDonald’s.

• June 25: A Mound Street resident reported the theft of a number of items with a named cleaning lady as the suspect. Police were told that the suspect’s neighbor was having a yard sale and that some of the stolen items were being sold at the sale. Police spoke with the neighbor about the items from the suspect. Several items were identified as stolen. Charges are pending.

• June 25: A Hebron Road trailer park resident reported the theft of a lawn mower.

• June 26: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• June 27: Police assisted a motorist who had run out of gas on Ohio 79.

• June 27: Police were called to a rollover crash on West Main Street and eventually charged the driver with OVI and failure to control.

• June 27: A Kelly Drive resident reported a strong odor of burning marijuana behind her house. Police couldn’t determine the source.

• June 28: Police on patrol at 2:50 a.m. were flagged down by a 2nd Avenue resident. She said she saw a man looking over her vehicles and camper. Police checked the area but didn’t come up with anyone.

• June 28: Police served a warrant on a Buckeye Lake resident and took him to jail.

• June 28: A Canal Road apartment resident reported the theft of medications from her vehicle.

• June 29: Police were called about two men stripping wire in Evans Park. They were stripping wire from extension cords and speak wire from the vehicle. They consented to a search and nothing criminal was found. They cleaned up the mess and left the park.

• June 29: Police took a report after a security camera at the Lakewood Inn caught two guests prying open a vending machine and taking money.

• June 29: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident reported a break-in.

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