2011-11-26 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Nov. 16: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 17: A Family Dollar employee said two customers tried to distract her as another shoplifted.

• Nov. 17: A Walnut Road man said someone stole money from his bank account.

• Nov. 18: A driver was cited for traveling 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 18: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 18: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 18: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 18: West 1st Street man said someone removed several items from his car.

• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for failing to signal when changing lanes.

• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for having a malfunctioning headlight.

• Nov. 19: A Cottage Street man said a woman stole money from him. Police questioned the woman about it, but she was only in possession of $14. The man decided not to pursue charges.

• Nov. 21: Two drivers were each cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

• Nov. 21: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Ohio 79.

Hebron

• Nov. 7: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police on Cottage Street on a possible assault. Dispatch told police that the suspect was possibly trying to force entry into a residence. Police found the suspect on Walnut Road. Buckeye Lake Police advised that there weren’t going to be any charges on him and asked police to drop him off at his Heron apartment.

• Nov. 8: Police issued court summons to two individuals detained at the Kroger store for shoplifting.

• Nov. 8: Police checked the Broadway Street area after receiving a report of a man with a rifle in a yard. Police didn’t see anyone with a weapon.

• Nov. 8: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident told police she was assaulted by a named person at the coin laundry.

• Nov. 8: Police checked the area around Buckeye Outdoors for a man reported to be panhandling from a car.

• Nov. 9: Police on patrol at 12:55 a.m. saw a vehicle with all its doors open on North Street. It was registered to a Kirkersville woman. Police asked Kirkersville Police to contact the owner who said she had lent it to her daughter so she could move. Police eventually made contact with the daugh ter who said everything appeared to be OK.

• Nov. 9: A Mansfield man reported the theft of a plasma cutter from a work trailer parked on West O’Neill Drive.

• Nov. 9: Police took a report after a McDonalds manager reported that a customer passed two-$10 counterfeit bills.

• Nov. 9: Police were called about a fight between a juvenile and her mother at a Broadway Street apartment. It turned out to be a verbal argument.

• Nov. 9: Police on patrol at 11:17 p.m. saw an occupied vehicle pulled off a ramp to Ohio 79. A Columbus man told police he was lost. Police gave him directions back to Columbus.

• Nov. 10: An East Main Street mother told police that a male classmate of her daughter had been harassing her over the phone and hitting her at the bus stop. Police spoke with the boy’s mother and grandparents, advising that he would face criminal charges if he didn’t leave her alone.

• Nov. 10: Police assisted two probation officers attempting to serve a felony warrant at an Oakhurst Drive home. The subject of the warrant wasn’t there.

• Nov. 10: Police were told that several subjects were attempting to break in a vacant apartment at a Canal Road apartment complex. Police discovered that the apartment was not vacant and that the subjects had permission to be in it.

• Nov. 10: Police were dispatched to a South Street home to speak with an 11-year-old female who had called the 9-1-1 Center to apologize for an 8-year-old friend who had used her cell phone on the school bus to make prank calls to the 9-1-1 Center. Police spoke to her father and also talked with the younger girl’s parents.

• Nov. 11: Police assisted two Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputies with a BAC test. The woman was facing charges for possession of a firearm while intoxicated . She refused the test.

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