2011-02-19 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Feb. 10: A 14-year-old Walnut Road juvenile took her grandmother’s vehicle and drove it Alabama, where her parents live. She was living with her grandmother and took the vehicle without permission.

• Feb. 10: A Crane Lake woman said her ex-boyfriend was menacing her. She requested a restraining order.

• Feb. 12: A driver was cited for going 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Feb. 12: A driver was cited for going 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Feb. 12: Three people assaulted two Scooter’s Bar patrons. The incident is under investigation.

• Feb. 15: An officer was dispatched to a Hebron Road residence where a woman said a man she knew tried force his way into her home. He denied he did so, but there was enough evidence to the contrary for the officer to charge the man with criminal mischief.

• Feb. 15: A Highland Avenue woman said someone removed a GPS unit and other items from her vehicle overnight.

• Feb. 15: A Union Street woman said someone removed several items from her vehicle.

Hebron

• Jan. 21: A Canal Road apartment resident told police his cousin had been calling and threatening him. Police talked with his cousin who said both the complainant and his wife had been threatening him. Both parties were told to stop contacting each other.

• Jan. 22: A 40-year-old man stopped by the the police station to report a “federal crime.” He proceeded to tell a strange and inconsistent story to police. He also mentioned that he had stopped taking medication for schizophrenia. Police asked the sheriff’s office for a CIT depty to evaluate his mental health. Police and he depty took him to Licking Memorial for a full evaluation.

• Jan. 22: Police responded to an alarm drop on Integrity Drive. There were no fresh prints in the snow and both doors were secure.

• Jan. 23: Police were called to McDonald’s on a possible suicide attempt. A Moundsville, WV, woman told police she had taken a full bottle of over-the-counter sleeping pills because she want to “end it all.” She was taken to the hospital. Police contacted her husband in West Virgina.

• Jan. 23: A Kelly Court juvenile said her brother had assaulted her and her father was involved as well. Police arrested her brother for domestic violence and Childrens Services was contacted.

• Jan. 24: Police on patrol at 2:23 a.m. saw a man walking on West Main Street near 9th Street. He said his vehicle had ran out of gas just west of the village limits. Police gave him a ride to his Hebron Road home to get a gas can. He was then taken to his disabled vehicle.

• Jan. 24: Police told the juvenile assaulted by her brother that he was being released from jail.

• Jan. 24: A motorist told police that a suspicious man was walking around the Weller Motors lot at 7:50 p.m. Police checked the area, but didn’t find anyone.

• Jan. 25: A motorist was cited for a traffic light violation at US 40 and Arrowhead Boulevard.

• Jan. 25: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at Burch and East Main streets.

• Jan. 25: A driver was cited for going 40 mph in a 25 mph zone on East Main Street at Basin Street.

• Jan. 25: An officer doing random license plate check while on patrol discovered and cited a motorist for driving under a 12 point suspension.

• Jan. 25: A village employer reported that a company was soliciting door-to-door on Maple Avenue. Police found the solicitors and told them to either get a permit or leave the village.

• Jan. 26: A Broadway Street resident said her ex-husband was calling and sending her text messages. She wanted him to stop contacting her. Police spoke with him and he said he had texted her because she had texted him. Both were told to stop contacting each other.

• Jan. 26: Police on patrol at 3:15 a.m. behind Yummy’s saw an idling vehicle. The driver told police he had gotten into a verbal argument and left the house to clear his head. Police saw that he was working on a crossword puzzle book. He was told to find another place to work on puzzles.

• Jan. 26: A Canal Road apartment resident who worked the third shift said someone had broken in while she was at work. She said the apartment had been ransacked and that several cell phones and medications were missing.

• Jan. 26: A manager at Sunfield Corporation on Enterprise Drive reported that an employee had reported a blacked out truck near their recycling bins. The man was taking scrap metal out of the bins.

• Jan. 26: Police assisted a Childrens Services investigator during a Canal Road apartment inspection.

• Jan. 26: A Forest Ridge man complained about receiving handup calls on his cell phone.

• Jan. 26: A driver was cited for driving 66 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• Jan. 26: A motorist told police that a female had locked a male out of a vehicle at the Duke station. The couple said it was a verbal argument. The male called his father to pick him up.

• Jan. 27: A driver was cited for going 41 mph in a 25 mph zone on East Main Street at Basin Street.

• Jan. 27: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at Integrity and Enterprise drives.

• Jan. 27: An Ours Towing employee told police that a semi rig had attempted to make a u-turn on Ohio 79 at South High Street and had gotten stuck. Police checked the area, but didn’t find a stuck truck. Police later found the stuck semi on the south side of I-70. Buckeye Lake Police were handling that incident.

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