2011-10-22 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Oct. 8: A resident reported a Honda three-wheeler was stolen from her property.

• Oct. 17: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Oct. 17: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• Oct. 18: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Hebron Road.

• Oct. 18: Neighbors reported a domestic dispute at a Central Avenue residence. Officers interviewed the couple who lived there and determined there was violence between them. The man was arrested for domestic violence.

Hebron

• Aug. 28: A Canal Road apartment resident told police his cable started going out and he went outside where he found a named subject “messing” with the cable box. The man claimed he was trying to fix his cable and apologized. The complainant said he doesn’t believe the man has cable service.

• Aug. 29: Heath Police asked police to watch for a reckless driver going southbound on Ohio 79. Police didn’t see the described vehicle.

• Aug. 29: A Newark man said he was passed by another driver on East Main Street and they both pulled into the Kroger lot. The faster driver confronted the other driver about driving too slow. Police were called when the slower driver thought the other driver was going to start a fight. The faster driver told police that he passed the man because he was only going 15 mph. Police told both drivers to avoid each other.

• Aug. 29: A Lake Forest Drive juvenile called about a verbal dispute with her mother. Both had calmed down when police arrived. The mother didn’t want her daughter to leave since it was late and a school night. There were no signs of injury.

• Aug. 29: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident said her exboyfriend continued to text her. Police spoke with him and he denied even knowing her. Police then told him that they had seen messages from his number and told him to stop.

• Aug 30: A driver was cited for OVI and a stop sign violation after his vehicle struck another after pulling out onto Main Street from Hamilton Avenue.

• Aug. 30: A driver was cited for lanes of use after he attempted to switch lanes on Ohio 79 and struck another vehicle.

• Aug. 30: A 6th Street resident told police that her father had some of her possessions and was refusing to give them to her. He told police that she owed him $196 and had agreed that she would et the items back when she repaid the money. His daughter confirmed his story.

• Sept. 1: Police were called to Domino’s on a report of a burglary. An employee arriving at 10 a.m. found the safe open and all the money missing from the drawers. There were no signs of forced entry and the doors were locked when the employee arrived. Police are investigating.

• Sept. 1: Police were called about the theft of copper wire from a construction trailer at Cumberland Meadows.

• Sept. 2: Police were called to a Raspberry Circle home on a report of a theft. The complainant said her niece had taken her ATM card and withdrawn $600. Police spoke to the niece who eventually confessed. She returned the card and the money in return for her aunt not pressing charges. She was trespassed from the property.

• Sept. 4: Police checking license plates stopped a driver who had been issued a 12-point suspension.

• Sept. 4: Police ticketed a van for parking in a handicap space at the Kroger store without a permit or placard.

• Sept. 4: Police took a report about someone breaking into vending machines at the Canyon Car Wash.

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