2011-08-13 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Aug. 4: A Hebron Road woman said her roommate hit her in the lower back with a jar of peanut butter.

• Aug. 5: A Leroy Street man said his neighbor’s fence may actually be on his property and he believes his neighbor may be trespassing.

• Aug. 5: A Duke service station employee reported a customer driving a maroon Ford truck left without paying for $11 worth of gasoline.

• Aug. 5: Police assisted Hebron Police with traffic control during a barn fire.

• Aug. 5: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 6: A Reynoldsburg man was cited for running a stop light at the Mill Dam Rd. and Ohio 79 intersection.

Hebron

• June 20: Police on patrol at 1:02 a.m. noticed an open door at a Basin Street address. It appeared the door had been pried open. The building checked OK and the owner said it didn’t appear that anything had been taken.

• June 20: Heath Police asked police to check Ohio 79 for a burgundy van thought to be involved in the attempted theft of a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked in the industrial park. Police didn’t see the vehicle.

• June 20: A Lake Forest Drive resident a 8:38 p.m. reported a suspicious person walking through the subdivision and looking in windows. Police found the man walking along South High Street. The 18-year-old told police he had just moved back to Hebron and had previously lived in the Lake Forest subdivision. He said he was just trying to see if any of his old friends still lived there. Police checked for warrants on him.

• June 21: Heath Police asked police to watch Ohio 79 for a Honda hatchback that had fled at a high rate of speed from a Heath traffic stop. Police didn’t see the vehicle.

• June 21: Police were called to a Broadway Street address on a dispute between a Buckeye Lake man and his ex-girlfriend over the ownership of some camping gear. The man had receipts and bank statements showing his ownership. The former girlfriend told police he was lying, but agreed to turn over the disputed items.

• June 22: A driver was cited for going 69 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• June 22: A Blackberry Lane woman complained about a neighbor’s cat and dog coming onto her property. Police warned the neighbor.

• June 22: Police watched northbound Ohio 79 for a possibly impaired driver coming from Buckeye Lake on a motorcycle. Police didn’t see the motorcycle.

• June 23: A driver was cited for going 63 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• June 23: Police on patrol at 7:47 p.m. saw a juvenile on the elementary school roof. He was told to stay off the roof.

• June 23: Police were called to the Kroger store on a report of two females using stolen credit cards to purchase gift cards.

• June 23: Police on patrol at 11:14 p.m. saw a car parked in Evans Park. The teenage couple in the vehicle said they were looking at the stars. The car didn’t have a moon roof. They were told the park closed at dusk.

• June 24: A driver was cited for going 64 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• June 24: Police were called to the Kroger store at 12:33 p.m. on a report of a man trying to steal energy drinks and baby formula. The suspect had been chased to a vehicle by store employees. The items were left in the cart as the suspect made a hasty exit. The possible plate number given to police didn’t match the description of the vehicle.

• June 24: Police were called to a Rockingham Dive apartment on a report of a domestic dispute between the complainant and his brother. The two were already separated when police arrived. The complainant wanted his brother to leave and he agreed to do so.

• June 24: Police assisted a Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputy with an OVI citation.

• June 25: Police were called to a Canal Road apartment at 6:18 a.m. on a report of a male threatening to commit suicide using razor blades. The alleged suicide victim was just waking up as police arrived. He acknowledged making suicide threats in the past, but said he hadn’t made any now. He was advised to call police if he needed any help. There were no marks on him.

• June 25: A driver was cited for going 66 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.

• June 25: Police were called about two juveniles riding mopeds in the roadway and ignoring traffic control signs. They were advised.

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