2011-06-11 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• May 23: A Buckeye Avenue woman reported a gun was missing.

• May 28: Police were dispatched to the Super 8 Hotel where a mother and son were arguing. During the argument, the son pushed a door open, which struck his mother in her forehead, causing serious injury. Although the son claimed he didn’t intend to injure his mother, he was charged with domestic violence.

• May 28: A driver was cited for going 50 in a 25 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• May 29: A Walnut Road man was cited for allowing his dog to run at large. A girl claimed the dog bit her, but there were no injuries to her skin.

• June 1: A Heath man was barred from re-entering Leisure Village after police received several reports that he was driving recklessly on the premises.

• June 5: A Duke service station employee reported that customer left without paying for $28.58 in gasoline.

• June 5: A Walnut Road man was arrested on a warrant out of Licking County.

• June 7: A Columbus woman was cited for failure to yield after she made an illegal lane change and struck another vehicle with her own.

• June 7: A Duke service station employee reported that customer left without paying for $15.42 in gasoline.

Hebron

• May 7: Police were called about a young child left in a car seat in an otherwise unoccupied vehicle in an apartment complex parking lot on Canal Road. The child’s mother said she went to her apartment to drop some things off and came back to her vehicle in a minute to check on her child. She was advised not to leave her baby unattended.

• May 7: A driver was cited for going 65 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• May 7: A manager at Domino’s told police she had just fired an employee who did not return her keys to the building. She also said she suspected the now former employee was responsible for cutting her phone lines. The manager told police that the locks would be changed but she wanted police to watch the building closely until that happened.

• May 7: Police were dispached to a Canal Road apartment on a custody issue. The complainant said her ex-husand had their daughter and would not return her as they had previously agreed. Police called him who said he didn’t want to bring their daughter out so late. He also claimed that her mother’s house wasn’t satisfactory for the child. Police told parties that the dispute was a civil matter.

• May 8: A North 7th Street resident said her home was egged over night.

• May 8: A South 6th Street resident said her mother wouldn’t return her 15 year-old son to her. She said her mother was sending her telephone calls to voice mail every time she called. The grandmother and her grandson came to the police station and police followed them to the complainant’s house. Mother and daughter then agreed to work it out without police.

• May 8: A driver was cited for going 44 mph in a 25 mph zone on Canal Road.

• May 8: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on West 2nd Street at Cumberland Street.

• May 8: A Hebron Road trailer park resident said she got into an argument with her husband because he was intoxicated when she got home after working the midnight shift. She said he then got angry and took her vehicle which she wanted back. Police told her if he was found in the vehicle intoxicated that he would be charged with OVI and the vehicle would be released to her. Otherwise, he had as much right to the vehicle as she since they were married.

• May 9: Police were flagged down by a driver at Hayman’s Dari-Bar. He told police he had been involved in a road rage incident as he drove into Hebron on US 40. Police checked the area for the described vehicle, but didn’t see it.

• May 9: An ex-husband asked police to check on the welfare of his ex-wife at her Lakeforest Drive home. Police found her at home where she said she had been sick all day. She didn’t have her phone with her.

• May 9: Police took a report on a bike stolen from a Canal Road apartment complex.

• May 9: A Buckeye Lake woman came to the police station and said her ex-boyfriend, who she has a protection order against, is periodically standing by the roadway when she drives through Hebron. She said she saw him today and he stepped out in front of her vehicle. She just wanted police to document the incident.

• May 9: A Frazeysburg man told police that a named friend residing on Lakewood Drive wouldn’t exchange cell phone batteries with him. Police were unable to reach her to discuss the complaint.

• May 10: Police were called at 1:14 a.m. about a possible fight in front of the Lakewood Administration building. Police found two women there who said they had been drinking at the Corner House bar in Buckeye Lake and had walked there. They were now waiting for a ride. They said they hadn’t been fighting, but were just messing around wrestling on the ground. Police stood by until their ride arrived.

• May 10: A driver was cited for going 66 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• May 10: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on West 2nd Street at Cumberland Street.

• May 12: A dog owner was issued a summons to court after failing to keep control of her dog.

• May 12: An unknown caller told police that a named man had stolen a TV. Police made contact with the named suspect who showed police documentation that he had rented the TV from Rent- A-Center.

• May 13: Police on patrol at 1:56 a.m. saw a suspicious person sitting outside the municipal complex. The middle-aged woman had wandered away from her Lakewood Drive apartment.

• May 13: A driver was cited for going 68 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 north of Enterprise Drive.

• May 13: An East Main Street resident was given a summons to court for allowing her dog to run free. It was the third offense.

• May 14: A driver was cited for going 69 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• May 14: Police saw a vehicle being sought by the Licking County Sheriff’s Office in an incident on Lake Drive. Police stopped the vehicle and held the scene until the deputy arrived.

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