2010-12-18 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Dec. 8: A Cliff Street man said someone stole several items from his vehicle.

• Dec. 8: A Rosebraugh Circle woman said someone stole a cell phone from her vehicle.

• Dec. 9: A Duke service station employee reported that a customer left without paying for $64.01 of gasoline.

Hebron

• Nov. 24: Police assisted Union Township Police serve a felony warrant at a O’Neill Drive business. The man was arrested without incident.

• Nov. 25: Police were called at 12:10 a.m. about a man sleeping on a picnic table outside the Kroger store. He said he was walking to Zanesville and didn’t have a place to spend the night. Police gave him a ride to the T/A Truckstop.

• Nov. 25: Police were called at 4:24 a.m. to a Lakeforest Drive home on a report of someone inside the home. The complainant said someone came into her home and was beating on her bedroom door. Police spoke with her children who said no one had come into the house. The complainant appeared to be intoxicated. There were no signs of forced entry.

• Nov. 25: A Canal Road apartment resident reported the theft of $20. She didn’t want an investigation, but did want it documented.

• Nov. 25: Police were dispatched to a possible active domestic dispute on Broadway Street. Two sisters had been arguing over money, but both now said everything was OK.

• Nov. 25: A Broadway Street apartment resident complained about noise from the apartment above his. The man said his upstairs neighbor had threatened him about his TV being too loud. The neighbor denied even speaking to the complainant.

• Nov. 26: A driver was cited for going 65 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Nov. 26: A driver was cited for going 47 mph in a 25 mph zone on East Main Street at Basin Street.

• Nov. 27: Police were called to the Speedway station to speak with a 17-year-old girl. She said she and her father got into a verbal argument and he told her to leave. She ended up staying with a friend in Buckeye Lake.

• Nov. 27: Police were called to the Canal Road apartments on a report of a possible breaking and entering. The complainant said he cam home and saw the door to a neighboring apartment open. The door frame was broken, but he said it had been that way. Police cleared and checked the apartment. No one was there. Police tried to secure the door but it wouldn’t latch due to the broken frame. Police notified the apartment manager.

• Nov. 27: Police made a traffic stop on North High Street for a marked lanes violation. The driver was ultimately cited for an open container and OVI as well.

• Nov. 27: A Canal Road apartment resident came to the police station to report a domestic violence complaint against her livein boyfriend. She said he threw their daughter on the ground. They both left separately and her mother advised her to report the incident.

• Nov. 28: Police checked out a report that a white pickup truck was tearing up a lawn on South High Street. Police didn’t see the truck.

• Nov. 28: Police stoodby as a woman kicked out of a Hebron Road trailer collected her belongings.

• Nov. 29: Police on patrol at 1:34 a.m. saw a truck pull out of the Duke station and squeal its tires. The driver continued southbound on High Street at a high rate of speed. Police caught up and stopped the vehicle on Canal Road. The driver said he was in a hurry to get home after a long day at work. He was warned.

• Nov. 29: A Broadway Street resident reported the theft of a temporary license plate from his vehicle while it was parked in the driveway.

• Nov. 29: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Office with an arrest at an East 2nd Avenue home. The incident occurred outside the village.

• Nov. 30: Police responded to an alarm drop at 3:01 a.. at Hendrickson Axle. Everything checked OK.

• Nov. 30: The East 2nd Avenue man arrested by the Licking County Sheriff’s Office told police that someone entered his home while he was in jail and took numerous items.

• Nov. 30: A mother reported that her juvenile daughter was at a party where another juvenile forced her to perform a sex act. Police are still investigating.

• Dec. 1: Police responded to a rollover crash on Ohio 79 at US 40. A pickup truck flipped over on its top n the median after the truck hit a patch of ice on the overpass and the driver over corrected. The driver was not injured.

• Dec. 2: Police were called to possible domestic dispute between a son and his father on South 6th Street. It was a verbal dispute after the juvenile refused to get on a school bus. The juvenile said he was being bullied and hit on the bus. Police contacted Lakewood officials about the complaint.

• Dec. 2: A driver was cited for going 43 mph in a 25 mph zone on Canal Road.

• Dec. 2: Police removed a deer carcass from the roadway on Ohio 79 near THK.

• Dec. 2: A Maple Avenue father asked police to speak to his 13-year-old daughter about her behavior. Police spoke with her.

• Dec. 3: A driver was cited for going 67 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Dec. 3: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40 and for driving under suspension.

• Dec. 3: Police responded to an alarm drop at Heritage Sportswear. An employee accidentally tripped it.

• Dec. 4: A Canal Road apartment resident said he found a large deer head skull off Ohio 79 in the village. He wanted to get it scored and told police he needed a deer slip to get that done. Police said it had been dead for some time and issued the slip.

• Dec. 4: Police were dispatched to assist Buckeye Lake Police with a combative subject. The Buckeye Lake officer had the subject in custody when police arrived.

• Dec. 4: A South 4th Street resident wanted to press charges against his ex-wife for harassment. He told police that during a custody exchange she called his house “white trash.” Police told him that wasn’t a chargeable offense.

• Dec. 4: Police were called to a separated domestic dispute on Kelly Drive. The complainant didn’t want her niece to drive because she was intoxicated, but didn’t want her to stay because she wanted to fight. The niece ended up being arrested from disorderly conduct in the presence of law enforcement and continued disorderly conduct while intoxicated.

• Dec. 4: A driver was cited for going 69 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

Return to top