2010-09-18 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.


• Aug. 15: A driver was cited for driving outside the marked lanes on South High Street and for not having a driver’s license.

• Aug. 15: A guest at the Best Western Lakewood Inn told police she saw a truck driver in his 60’s swimming with a young girl. She said the child never called the man “grandpa.” She thought the relationship was ‘wierd.’ Police first checked with the desk clerk who identified the older man. She said the girl and her mother met the man there and the two of them went swimming. Police relayed the explanation to the complainant.

• Aug. 15: An Elm Street mother said her two-year-old pulled the fire alarm at the post office. Police called an employee who reset the alarm.

• Aug. 15: A Sands Drive resident told police someone tried to break into his detached garage.

• Aug. 16: A Buckeye Lake man turned over a wallet he found to police. Police returned it to its Canyon Road owner.

• Aug. 16: Police took a report after a driver left the Duke station without paying for fuel.

• Aug. 16: A McDonalds’ employee reported that a customer attempted to pass a $10 counterfeit bill.

• Aug. 16: A Hebron man told police he saw a juvenile throw a pair of shoes onto the power lines near Evans Park. Police spoke with the 16-year-old who allegedly admitted throwing the shoes. Police also spoke with his mother.

• Aug. 16: A California woman called police to check on her granddaughter who lives in the Hebron Road trailer park. She was fine and police asked her to call her grandmother.

• Aug. 16: A Gist Street resident said she was cutting her grass at 8:30 a.m. when her neighbor came out and started yelling at her. She said he was intoxicated and upset because she was keeping him up. She asked police to tell him to stay off her property.

• Aug. 17: Police on patrol at 4:17 a.m. saw two subjects walking east on North Street at 6th Street. Police turned around and the subjects fled. Police caught them and they said they ran because they were scared. After checking them out, police took them back to the home where they were staying.

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