2011-11-12 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Nov. 2: A Family Dollar store employee reported a shoplifting incident.

• Nov. 3: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 3: Two drivers were each cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Hebron Road.

• Nov. 5: An officer observed a car’s door fly open as it rounded a curve, posing a risk to the passenger who tried to grab the door as it swung. The officer stopped the vehicle to find the driver was under two license suspensions.

• Nov. 5: A driver was cited for driving at night without headlights on.

• Nov. 5: An officer was called to a Cranberry Lane residence because of excessive noise. The officer found the resident had a warrant for his arrest out of Buckeye Lake Village.

• Nov. 5: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $14.99 in gasoline.

• Nov. 5: A W. 3rd Street couple said someone made unauthorized purchases from a joint bank account.

• Nov. 6: A Walnut Road woman said a flowerpot in front of her apartment was damaged.

• Nov. 6: A Seymour Ave. man reported that someone stole running lights and a brake light from his truck and a trailer.

• Nov. 7: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 7: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Hebron Road.

• Nov. 7: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Hebron Road.

• Nov. 7: A Family Dollar store employee reported a shoplifting incident. An employee was injured when several employees attempted to chase the thieves. The incident remains under investigation.

• Nov. 8: A W. 2nd Street woman said someone broke into her home stole several items.

• Nov. 8: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 8: A Highland Ave. woman said two men in a red Ford Ranger pick-up truck stole an air conditioning unit from the side of her house.

• Nov. 9: Two drivers were each cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

Hebron

• Sept. 8: A Canal Road resident reported the theft of her purse from her vehicle.

• Sept. 8: Police on patrol at 10:44 p.m. checked Evans Park and found both bathroom doors open. They were secured. An equipment shed was also found open and was secured. Police also found a hose running full blast. The water was shut off.

• Sept. 8: Police were called to an East Main Street home on an unruly juvenile. Police spoke to the juvenile who calmed down.

• Sept. 9: A Rockingham Drive resident reported a theft from his vehicle.

• Sept. 9: Police received reports from two Sunset Drive homes complaining about tire tracks in their yards and a damaged mailbox and hanging flower basket.

• Sept. 9: Police saw a driver pass by drinking what appeared to be a bottle of beer. Police stopped the vehicle, but learned the driver had a Pepsi.

• Sept. 9: A Park Avenue resident reported that two yard lights had been stolen and another had been destroyed.

• Sept. 9: Police were dispatched to watch Ohio 79 for two vehicle racing southbound and passing other vehicles by driving on the berm. Police learned that one vehicle exited onto US 40 and saw the other pass by. That driver was stopped heading westbound on I-70 and cited for speeding.

• Sept. 9: A Dennison Street resident reported that a young man knocked on his door and began asking strange questions. Police found a California man who admitted he was selling doorto door. He didn’t have a permit and agreed to leave town.

• Sept. 9: Police checked out an anonymous complaint about an underage party on Lake Forest Drive. The report said the mother had gone to Columbus to get more alcohol and drugs. Police watched the area and stopped the mother as she returned home. She agreed to let police search her van and purse. Police didn’t find any drugs, but there was all kinds of alcohol in the van. She told police the alcohol was for her.

• Sept. 9: While police were completing their report on the Lake Forest tip, a father and his son drove up to report a dispute. The son was upset about being grounded. His father said he had searched his son’s room and found a Vicoden. He turned it over to police, but didn’t want his son to be charged. Both parties calmed down.

• Sept. 10: Police were dispatched at 2:14 a.m. to a Broadway Street apartment on a report of underage drinking. The resident refused to let police into the apartment. However, police didn’t smell any alcohol on the resident.

• Sept. 10: An East Cumberland Street resident reported the theft of their mailbox.

• Sept. 10: Police took a report on a drive-off at the Duke station.

• Sept. 10: A Broadway Street resident reported that someone slashed her tires.

• Sept. 10: A Forest Ridge Drive father said his juvenile so had been grounded and had left the house after an argument. Police found him at the Kroger store and took him home.

• Sept. 11: Police were called to the Commodore Bank ATM. It checked OK.

• Sept. 11: An employee at the Duke station reported that a woman came into the store and stole some snacks. Police were given a license number.

• Sept. 12: An East Main Street resident reported that someone slashed a tire on his wife’s vehicle.

• Sept. 12: A Kroger manager reported that a young male had used the coin counting machine three times that day.

• Sept. 13: A Harbor Hills man found a wallet and turned it over to police for safekeeping.

• Sept. 13: A Hebron Road trailer park resident reported that her back window was removed and her TV was missing. Her house had also been ransacked.

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