2010-10-23 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Oct. 14: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $32.15 in gas.

• Oct. 18: A driver was cited for running a stop sign at 5th Street and Hebron Road.

• Oct. 19: An East Street man said his lawnmower was stolen but he thought he knew where it was – someone told him it was in the back of a nearby van. The man and an officer approached the van driver and discovered the mower in the back of the van. The driver tried to say he bought it from someone for $25, but the East Street man had recorded the lawnmower’s serial number and matched it to the mower. Police charged the man with theft.

Hebron

• Sept. 11: A Glenford woman asked police to check on her son at his father’s Hebron home. She told police she suspected abuse. Police found nothing wrong. The complainant arrived and left with her son.

• Sept. 11: A Newark woman reported the theft of her purse from her vehicle while it was parked at Buckeye Outdoors.

• Sept. 11: Police arrested a person on South High Street fro Pickerington Police.

• Sept. 12: Police checked the Forest Ridge area aat 4:48 a.m. for juveniles knocking on doors and windows. They didn’t find anyone out.

• Sept 13. A driver was cited for failure to assure clear distance ahead after striking the rear of a vehicle waiting to turn left on Enterprise Drive from southbound Ohio 79.

• Sept. 13: A Hebron Road trailer park resident said his sisterin law called and said she would wreck his truck, Both parties were advised not to contact each other.

• Sept. 13: A Maple Avenue woman said her live-in grandson had been drinking and they got into an argument. Police got the grandson to go to his room for the night.

• Sept. 13: Police were called about a vehicle weaving on Ohio 79. Police found and stopped the vehicle. The driver passed a HGN test. Police then noticed a deflated right rear tire and followed the driver to the Buckeye Lake Duke station for a repair.

• Sept. 14: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at 9th and West North streets. The driver was warned for excessive speed on Refugee Road.

• Sept. 14: A driver was cited for going 65 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Sept. 14: Police picked up a man wanted on a Hebron warrant who had been arrested by Columbus Police. He was taken to jail.

• Sept. 14: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on an Ohio 79 exit onto to US 40.

• Sept. 15: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on Lakewood Drive at West Main Street.

• Sept. 15: A Westview Drive resident told police that juveniles had built a fire in the woods and we now jumping it with their bikes. The juveniles were gone when police arrived. The fire department put out the fire.

• Sept. 15: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police in the search for a purple Ford Expedition involved in the abduction of a female. The vehicle wasn’t located.

Millersport

• Oct. 12: A vehicle was stopped on Lancaster Street at Refugee Street for going 32 mph in a 20 mph school zone.

• Oct. 12: A vehicle was stopped on Lancaster Street at Jason Street for going 41 mph in a 20 mph school zone.

• Oct. 12: A Sixth Avenue resident reported that juveniles ransacked his vehicle overnight. Nothing was missing.

• Oct. 12: Police checked a suspicious vehicle on Fourth Avenue.

• Oct. 12: Police took a report on vandalism from a Fifth Avenue resident.

• Oct. 12: A vehicle was stopped for expired tags on Lancaster Street at Refugee Street.

• Oct. 13: A vehicle was stopped for excessive speed on Lancaster Street.

• Oct. 13: A vehicle was stopped for excessive speed on Lancaster Street at Refugee Street. Police also discovered that the driver was operating under suspension.

• Oct. 13: A vehicle was stopped for excessive speed on Lancaster Street at Mill Street.

• Oct. 13: A vehicle was stopped for excessive speed on Chautauqua Boulevard at 7th Street.

• Oct. 13: A vehicle was stopped for a traffic light violation on Lancaster Street.

• Oct. 14: Police backed up the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) on a domestic dispute call on Ohio 37.

• Oct. 14: Police backed up the FCSO on a domestic dispute call on Queen Road.

• Oct. 14: Police checked out some suspicious juveniles on Tower Alley.

• Oct. 14: Police took a report on threats at a Lancaster Street business.

• Oct. 14: Police backed up Baltimore Police on a domestic dispute call.

• Oct. 14: Police backed up the FCSO on a complaint at an Oak Street home.

• Oct. 15: Police on patrol found an open door at the high school.

• Oct. 16: Police took a report on vandalism at a Lancaster Street address at Lynn Avenue.

• Oct. 16: A Millersport resident came to the police department to file a report about threats.

• Oct. 16: Police backed up the FCSO on warrant arrest on Juniper Road.

• Oct. 16: Police backed up the FCSO on an alarm drop on Custers Point Road.

• Oct. 16: Police responded to a report of a possible burglary on Wolfe Boulevard.

• Oct. 16: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Blacklick-Eastern Road address.

• Oct. 16: Police assisted a motorist with a disabled vehicle on Blacklick-Eastern Road.

• Oct. 17: A 9th Avenue resident complained about being threatened over the phone.

• Oct. 17: Police responded to an alarm drop on Refugee Road.

• Oct. 17: Police addressed a parking problem at Commodore Bank.

• Oct. 17: Police checked out a suspicious vehicle on Lynn Avenue.

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