Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Reports were not available this week.
• May 26: A Hebron Library employee reported the theft of 24 DVD’s.
• May 26: A manager at the Best Western reported the theft of several items from a guest’s room.
• May 26: Police were dispatched to look for a disoriented man walking along Ohio 79. They didn’t see the man.
• May 26: Police responded to an alarm drop at 6:14 p.m. at Crossroads Dental. The alarm was triggered accidentally.
• May 26: Police were called to a neighbor dispute at a Lakewood Drive apartment. The complainant said a named man got into an argument with her about her daughter. Both parties were advised to avoid each other.
• May 27: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident reported the theft of ipods from her residence.
• May 27: Police were following up on a theft report at the Best Western and were talking with a suspect who was acting very strange. Police asked for and received permission to search his vehicle. POlice found open containers of alcohol in the vehicle and one of the passengers was a 17-year-old female. Police dumped the alcohol and brought the juvenile to the police station and her adult sister was called to pick her up.
• May 27: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident said her exboyfriend showed up and started screaming at here and splashed pop on her. She also said he had been calling her phone at home and work. Police tried to contact him. He later called police back and agreed to stop calling her.
• May 27: A 4th Street woman flagged down police and reported that she was walking her small dog when a larger dog got through a fence and attacked her dog. Her dog had visible injuries. Police called the dog warden who will conduct an investigation.
• May 27: A Maple Avenue mother told police that her 14-yearold daughter broke into her lock box and took $50. Police called juvenile probation and charges will be filed.
• May 28: A motorist reported a stopped vehicle near the light at Enterprise Drive and Ohio 79 at 4:30 a.m. Police charged the driver with OVI and charges are pending for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.
• May 28: A driver on Ohio 79 at O’Neill Drive was stopped and cited for an expired driver’s license.
• May 28: Police were dispatched to the Canal Road apartments on a report of an assault on a juvenile. The victim said one juvenile hit him several times while another juvenile hit him a lit cigarette. The juvenile that hit him was arrested and turned over to the juvenile probation officer.
• May 28: Police responded to a report of a large outside fire on Forest Ridge Drive. The resident was told to let it burn down and make it smaller.
• May 28: Police were called to the Canal Road apartments about a female standing outside another woman’s apartment. The woman was the complainant’s ex-girlfriend who told police she wanted to return a ring. Police told her that the complainant didn’t want the ring back and that she shouldn’t have any more contact with her that night.
• May 29:Police watched southbound Ohio 79 for a vehicle involved in a hit skip in Heath. They didn’t see the described vehicle.
• May 29: A Sugar Street resident reported the theft of his mailbox.
• May 29: An East Cumberland Street resident reported the theft of several items from his home over the last few weeks.
• May 29: A South Street resident reported the theft of several tools from her garage.
• May 29: A driver was cited for lines and lanes and OVI on Ohio 79 at O’Neill Drive.
• May 30: A driver was cited for OVI, driving in the wrong direction on a divided highway and driving under OVI suspension at 3:11 a.m. on Ohio 79 at Enterprise Drive.
• May 30: A North Street resident reported that her home had been egged fro the third time this month. It appeared that one egg hit hit her home this time.
• May 30: A Kelly Drive resident police on patrol how to evict her daughter from her home.
• May 30: A driver was cited for going 69 mph to a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at U.S. 40.
• June 2: Police were called to the Best Western about a couple being disruptive. The two had been asked several times to quiet down for the night but failed to do so. They left the room when police arrived.
• June 2: Police were called to a Canal Road apartment on a report of a domestic dispute between a grandfather and his grandson. Neither story matched and the grandson left to stay with his mother in Buckeye Lake.
• June 3: A Hebron man was arrested on a number of charges after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend by her hair and slammed her head into a couch several times before hitting her in the head and leg where she had visible marks. He alledgedly resisted arrest and then assaulted the officer trying to take him into custody. Once in custody, he tried to damage the cruiser by kicking the door. He was taken to jail.
• June 4: Police took a report on a two-vehicle crash in the Kroger parking lot.
• June 4: A West Main Street resident told police that she found a riding mower in her backyard. Police checked at Clay’s Cafe and found it belonged to an employee who agreed to move it.
• June 5: Police sw a man park his vehicle on East Main Street. Police knew he was wanted on a Reynoldsburg Police warrant. When police spoke with him, they noticed an odor of alcohol on his breath. He was arrested on the warrant and cited for operating a vehicle after under age consumption. He was turned over to Reynoldsburg Police.
• June 5: Police are investigating the report of the theft of a firearm from a Broadway Street apartment.
• June 5: A Blackberry Lane resident complained that his neighbor’ small children were playing too close to his tailer at times. He showed police dents in the skirting. He also complained about noise at night. Police spoke to the neighbor who said she would watch her children more closely.
• Millersport Police Open House: Check out the new Millersport Police Station built entirely with donated materials and labor from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 9.