2010-08-28 / Police Report

Police activity reports

The Hebron Police Department is seeking two theft suspects who broke into the same vending machine at the Best Western Lakewood Inn on June 29 and July 17. Anyone with information about these suspects or the incidents should call Hebron Police Officer Shanaberg at 740-928-9402. Security video screen capture courtesy Hebon Police Department. The Hebron Police Department is seeking two theft suspects who broke into the same vending machine at the Best Western Lakewood Inn on June 29 and July 17. Anyone with information about these suspects or the incidents should call Hebron Police Officer Shanaberg at 740-928-9402. Security video screen capture courtesy Hebon Police Department. Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• July 13: Several items were removed from a Stewart St. residence. The incident is under investigation.

• July 13: There was a breaking and entering at the Subway sandwich shop. The incident is under investigation.

• July 20: There was a breaking and entering at Foxy’s Jewelry store. The incident is under investigation.

• July 26: There was a breaking and entering at the Dirt Buster car wash. The incident is under investigation.

• July 26: There was a breaking and entering at the Jett laundromat. The incident is under investigation.

• Aug. 3: Several appliances were removed from a Cranberry Lane residence. The incident is under investigation.

• Aug. 4: A Walnut Road woman said that while she was in jail, someone stole her dog, television, and a digital camera from her home.

• Aug. 12: The Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office reported a breaking and entering on North Bank Road., just outside of Buckeye Lake. One of the people who entered the home allegedly confessed to Buckeye Lake police and insisted he didn’t take anything. That person agreed to identify the others involved in the breaking and entering. They were apprehended and the stolen items were recovered.

• Aug. 18: A W. 1st Street woman reported that someone stole her wallet from her van.

• Aug. 18: A Lake Street woman reported that someone removed items from her vehicle.

• Aug. 19: A Pickerington woman said someone cut a hole in a fence surrounding a storage facility and vandalized six doors.

• Aug. 19: A Walnut Road woman reported the theft of a dirt bike and a quad runner.

• Aug. 19: A Walnut Road man reported the theft of a Play Station game and a television.

• Aug. 20: A W. 2nd Street man said someone stole several items from his home.

• Aug. 20: A Heath man was cited for driving the wrong way on Myers Avenue.

• Aug. 21: A Grove City woman reported a license tag removed from a boat trailer.

• Aug. 22: An officer was dispatched to a Walnut Road residence on an attempted suicide. A man said he swallowed some pills with the intention of killing himself, but it wasn’t enough. The officer said the man needed to be transported to Licking Memorial Hospital for observation. The man refused to go and picked up a baseball bat in a threatening manner. The officer tased the man, who was then transported to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.

• Aug. 24: A Mount Vernon woman said someone destroyed an outdoor light on her Buckeye Lake property and tried to break in unsuccessfully.

Hebron

• July 25: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• July 26: Police were called at 5:48 p.m. about a truck parked at Yummy Yummy’s with a dog inside. Police found the truck and all four windows were cracked open. The dog appeared to be fine. Police spoke with the owner in the restaurant who immediately left to check on his dog.

• July 26: A motorist reported a vehicle that struck a mailbox along South High Street. Police found the vehicle and the driver allegedly admitted to striking the mailbox. The mailbox wasn’t damaged, but police discovered the driver was driving under suspension. He was cited and his vehicle was impounded.

• July 27: A South High Street woman reported that two eggs had been thrown at her parked vehicle.

• July 27: A South 7th Street woman reported that someone had egged her vehicle again overnight.

• July 27: A manager at Park National Bank reported that a customer had been writing bad check over the past month. He wanted the incidents documented and for please to contact her to see if she would work it out with the bank. If not, he planned to press charges.

• July 27: Police were called to an Enterprise Drive business on a menacing and vandalism complaint. A truck driver said a named truck driver followed his truck into the business. As the complainant was backing his truck to the loading dock, the other driver was trying to get him out of his truck. When he refused, he said the driver pulled out a knife and slashed his lighting cable. Police contacted the named driver who came in and allegedly admitted to cutting the cable He turned over the knife to police.

• July 27: A Lake Forest Drive resident reported that someone knocked over her lawn lights at the end of her driveway.

• July 27: Police took a report after a driver left the Duke station without paying for $20.28 worth of gasoline.

• July 27: Police seized a lap top computer from a Hebron home at the request of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. A Hebron man had been arrested after trying to solicit a minor in Franklin County. The man consented to allowing police to enter his home and seize the lap top.

• July 27: A North High Street woman wanted police to document a custody dispute with her ex-husband. She also reported receiving harassing text messages from his girlfriend.

• July 28: Police on patrol at 1:20 a.m. saw an open tool shed door at Weller Motors. Police checked the area with no contact. Police shut the door but could not lock the door.

• July 28: A Lake Forest Drive man reported that his mailbox and post were missing.

• July 28: Police were called to a verbal argument on West Main Street between a couple arguing over a custody exchange. They worked out their disagreement and left together.

• July 28: Police on patrol were stopped by a motorist at McDonalds who reported two people smoking marijuana in a vehicle on the lot. Police eventually cited a man for possession of drugs and paraphernalia.

• July 29: Police on patrol at 1:17 a.m. saw two juveniles on bikes cutting through Canal Park. They fled when they saw police. Police were unable to find them.

• July 29: Police were called at 2:55 a.m. to the area of Cumberland Street and Canal Road on large items in the roadway. When police arrived they noticed trash totes and a park bench in the roadway. Police saw two juveniles fleeing the area. Police checked the area with no contact and moved the items out of the roadway.

• July 29: A Lake Forest Drive man reported that someone took his mailbox off its post.

• July 29: Police made arrangement for another family member to meet a child coming home from camp after her mother had a seizure and was taken to the hospital.

• July 29: A Lake Forest Drive resident reported that their mailbox had been taken off its post and thrown in a cornfield behind their home. The back of their home was also egged.

• July 30: Police were called to the Best Western at 3:27 a.m. The caller said her vehicle had run out of gas in the middle of the northbound exit ramp from Ohio 79. Police pushed the vehicle out of the roadway and a cab picked up the driver.

• July 30: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Kelly Drive home. The resident bumped the alarm button. Everything was OK.

• July 30: A Pataskala man reported that his stepfather who lives in Hebron is missing. Police told him that his father had been arrested by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and was in the Franklin County jail.

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