Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• May 13: A Buckeye Lake man was cited for operating his vehicle recklessly on Hilton Road.
• May 14: A Pataskala man was charged with criminal trespassing after he entered a Buckeye Lake property from which he was officially banned.
• May 15: A Park Street man was cited for driving with expired temporary tags. The officer discovered he was also driving with an expired license.
• May 15: A person or persons unknown broke into the Valero gas station and stole several items.
• May 17: An officer delivered a notice of violation to a Walnut Road resident.
• May 17: A Scheiderer Transport employee reported someone stole a trailer from a tractor-trailer rig. The full sized aluminum trailer was parked behind the Buckeye Lake Wendy’s and filled with 909 bushels of corn valued at roughly $6,800. The trailer is worth roughly $29,000.
• May 17: An officer served a notice of violation to a Walnut Road man. The notice included an eviction date.
• April 20: Police returned to a Kelly Court home to serve a warrant on a 20-year-old man for failure to appear.
• April 20: Police on patrol saw a person slumped over the driver’s seat of a truck parked in a Canal Road parking lot. The man said he and his wife got into an argument earlier ad he decided to sleep in his truck. He appeared to be OK.
• April 21: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• April 21: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at Integrity Drive and Enterprise Drive.
• April 21: A Newark man working at THK reporting receiving threats from his ex-fiancée on her new boyfriend’s phone. They shared a phone plan, but he had her phone shut off when they broke up. He said she threatened to mess with his vehicle. He told police that his vehicle now won’t start in the THK parking lot.
• April 21: A driver was cited for going 63 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• April 21: Police assisted the Hebron squad with a South High Street patient.
• April 22: Police assisted a Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputy with a BAC test.
• April 22: A North Street resident told police that his wife had moved out and has abandoned him and her family. He also report that she has been sleeping with another man. Police told him it was a civil matter. He wanted police to document that his wife had abandoned them.
• April 22: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation at North High Street and Enterprise Drive.
• April 22: Police were dispatched to assist the Hebron squad at a Lakewood Drive apartment on a possible forced entry to assist an elderly woman. She was able to unlock her door.
• April 22: Police took a report after tires on a vehicle the the Refugee Canyon Veterinarian Clinic were slashed.
• April 22: A repo man called police after a Forest Ridge Drive woman got into a vehicle being repossessed and refused to get out. When police arrived, she was out of the vehicle. Police stood by while a tow truck removed the vehicle.
• April 23: Police responded at 10:10 a.m. on an alarm drop at Brad’s Recycling. Police met with a keyholder. A bird inside the building tripped a motion detector alarm. Police let the bird out.
• April 23: A driver was cited for going 65 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• April 23: Police were asked to check on the welfare of a Raspberry Circle woman after her daughter was unable to reach her on the phone. The mother was fine and said she was having phone trouble.
• April 23: Police were called to an Oakhurst Drive home on a report of a mentally ill person who was out of control. The person had left the home. With assistance from Buckeye Lake Police, the person was detained on US 40 at Ohio 79. He was taken home and then arrested for domestic violence for injuring his mother in an altercation that began before he left the home.
• April 24: Police assisted a Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputy with a BAC test.
• April 24: A driver was cited for going 66 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• April 24: A South High Street mother said her 15-year-old daughter had run away. Police found her and took her home.
• April 24: Police responded to an alarm drop at Heritage Sportswear. A manager who had stopped by to pick up some work had failed to enter the correct code.
• April 24: Police stood by during a custody exchange between a recently separated couple.