Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Dec. 3: A Duke service station employee reported that a customer left without paying for $60.04 of gasoline.
• Dec. 4: An officer was dispatched to a Walnut Road residence where an intoxicated woman was acting in a disorderly manner. She was arrested after refusing several requests to calm down. While being placed in the police cruiser, she kicked the officer in the groin. The woman was charged with disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and assaulting a police officer.
• Dec. 5: A Hebron Road woman reported her juvenile daughter ran away from home with a friend.
• Dec. 5: A Walnut Road man reported his girlfriend was intoxicated and sending him harassing phone calls. He said he didn’t want to press charges; he just wanted her to stop calling him.
• Dec. 6: A Highland Avenue woman said her son was assaulted at a bus stop.
• Dec. 6: A Stewart Avenue man was cited for allowing his dog to run at large after the dog threatened a neighbor.
• Dec. 7: A Columbus woman who owns a Fourth Street property said someone broke into the property and stole a safe.
Hebron • Nov. 11: Police on patrol at 2:59 a.m. saw lights on in an office on East Main Street. The front door was also unlocked. Police waited for backup from the Licking County Sheriff’s Office and then searched the building. Everything appeared OK. After talking with the keyholder, police secured the door.
• Nov. 11: A driver was cited for going 65 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Nov. 12: Police were asked to check McDonald’s after the arriving day shift manager found the back access door cracked open. Everything was OK.
• Nov. 12: A driver was cited for going 74 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Nov. 12: Police were called to a Maple Street home on a report of a domestic dispute. The male said he and a woman were arguing in a vehicle. When they got home he locked her out. The woman said she had nowhere to go so she kicked the door and it broke. Both said everything was OK now and refused to leave. Both were warned.
• Nov. 12: A Sands Drive man said he sold $550 worth of stove pipe to an Etna man who paid him with a check. The check bounced. Police called the buyer and he came to the station the next day and paid the complaint $550 in cash. No charges were filed.
• Nov. 13: Within minutes of each other, two Canal Road neighbors complained about each other to police. The first caller complained that her neighbor took photos of her young daughter in the front yard of her house. She admitted confronting her neighbor over the incident and wanted police to take a report.
The photographer then called about her neighbor threatening to take her camera and break it over her head. Police advised her to stop taking photots and the mother was told not to let her children play in the roadway.
• Nov. 15: A Newark Street man reported the theft of a chain saw and two boxes of drill bits.
• Nov. 16: A driver was cited for going 65 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Nov. 16: A Park National Bank manager reported that a subject cashed $1,300 worth of counterfeit money orders.
• Nov. 16: Police arrested a shoplifter detained by Kroger security. The suspect was taken to jail.
• Nov. 17: The Duke store manager asked police to trespass a juvenile male from the store after he tried to buy tobacco products several times without an ID. Each time he was refused he became argumentative and rude.
• Nov. 17: A driver was cited for going 68 mph in 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at South High Street.
• Nov. 18: A North High Street resident said her ex-husband’s girlfriend would not stop texting, even after repeated requests to do so.
• Nov. 19: Police were called to a Kelly Drive home on a report of a woman upset and who didn’t want to see anyone. When police arrived, she said everything was now OK. The incident started when her son tried to take her car without her permission. The son was warned.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for going 50 mph in a 35 mph zone on South High Street at Sunset.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on East Main Street.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for going 66 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at South High Street.
• Nov. 20: The Duke store manager reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill.
• Nov. 20: Police were called to a disturbance between girlfriends at a Lakewood Drive apartment. One of the girls agreed to leave the apartment.
• Nov. 21: Police took a report after a $100 counterfeit bill was passed at the Duke store.
• Nov. 21: A driver was cited for going 63 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Nov. 22: Police cited a driver that was doing doughnuts on village property on Canal Road. He was cited for reckless operation and driving under multiple suspensions.
• Nov. 24: Police on patrol at 3:22 a.m. saw a vehicle parked behind the Lakewood Drive storage buildings. Police recalled that the vehicle was being sought by Newark Police in their search for an elderly woman. Police confirmed that she was still missing and then closely checked the area for her. They were unable to locate her.