Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Nov. 4: A Hilton Avenue woman reported threats. She said her boyfriend was jealous of a male friend accompanying her and the boyfriend made threats toward her.
• Nov. 4: A Park Street woman told her live-in boyfriend to leave because he was acting in a threatening manner toward her. She told the officer she doesn’t want the boyfriend to return to the property and the officer told her how to obtain a restraining order.
• Nov. 6: A Pataskala driver was cited for two equipment violations – a headlight and license plate light weren’t operating.
• Nov. 10: A Walnut Road woman suspects someone is stealing her medications. The case is under investigation.
• Oct. 1: Police took a crash reports after a driver ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a mailbox. The driver was cited for failure of reasonable control.
• Oct. 1: Police were called about two females arguing in a PT Cruiser. Police found the vehicle. Both said the argument was over money and didn’t involve any physical contact.
• Oct. 1: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on West 2nd Street at Cumberland Street.
• Oct. 1: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 78 at US 40.
• Oct. 2: A driver was cited for going 52 mph in a 25 mph zone on East Main Street. The juvenile was released to his parents since he was out past curfew.
• Oct. 4: A Maple Avenue father asked police to speak to his 13-year-old daughter about some inappropriate text messages between her and a 27-year-old man. Police were able to get the man’s phone number and tried to call him. Police are still investigating.
• Oct. 5: A South 7th Street resident filed a report of theft of credit after learning that his credit card had been charged $150 at 5 a.m. for an online gaming account The complainant said he was sleeping at 5 a.m.
• Oct. 5: One driver was cited for failure to assure clear distance ahead following a non-injury accident on Ohio 79.
• Oct. 5: A Kelly Drive woman complained that two juveniles were passing a football in the street and the football went into her yard.
• Oct. 5: Police assisted an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper and members of the Central Ohio Drug Enforcement unit at a Greenbriar Lane home. The incident started with the trooper making a traffic stop and learning that marijuana plants may be in the home. A consent search lead to the removal of multiple marijuana plants and growing equipment from the home.
• Oct. 6: A driver was cited for going 66 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Oct. 7: A Lakewood High School student told police that she was walking on 9th Street at 6:30 a.m. when a man in a light tan colored van asked if she wanted a ride. She said “no,” but he continued to talk with her as he drove along side of her. He eventually drove away. She provided a partial description to police.
• Oct. 7: A Kelly Drive resident asked police to speak to juveniles passing a football in the street because once again the football came into her yard. Police asked the boys to keep the ball out of her yard.
• Oct. 8: A driver was cited for going 47 mph in a 25 mph zone on Canal Road.
• Oct. 8: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on West 2nd Street at Cumberland Street.
• Oct. 9: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Oct. 9: Police were called at 8:51 p.m. about loud music at a Lakeforest Drive home. The resident was asked to turn the music and she did.
• Oct. 9: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at Enterprise Drive and North High Street.
• Oct. 9: Police were called about a possible underage party at a Lakeforest Drive home. Police found the mother there. She said a few of her son’s friends had been there and some of her daughter’s friends were going to spend the night with their parents’ permission.
• Oct. 10: Police made a traffic stop on East Main Street at Ohio 79. The driver was cited for driving on an expired license.
• Oct. 10: Police checked for two suspicious males in a silver Honda parked in the Kroger parking lot. One was using a pair of binoculars. They apparently left before police arrived.
• Oct. 10: A Lakeforest Drive resident told police someone threw animal feces at his vehicle while it was parked in his driveway.
• Oct. 11: A South High Street resident told police that some used aluminum gutters and downspouts had been stolen.
• Oct. 12: A woman told police that she and her boyfriend got into an argument driving home. She said he was now telling her that he threw all her belongings into the street from his Canal Road apartment. Police conducted a civil standby so she could retrieve her belongings. Police found that he had placed everything in a large bag and set it outside for her.
• Oct. 12: A Greenbriar resident complained about a some young men standing nearby with the smell of burning marijuana in the air. Police found two young adults and two juveniles there. All denied drug use, but only tow of them allowed police to check their pockets. Police also checked the area for signs of drug use, but didn’t find anything.