Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• April 7: An officer responded to a report of a verbal domestic violence incident at a West 1st Street residence.
• April 7: A man driving without a valid driver’s license fled during a traffic stop. An officer pursued the man as far as Luray, but the pursuit was ended for safety reasons, according to a report. As of Wednesday, the man hadnotbeenlocatedandtawarrant for his arrest had been issued.
• April 8: A Walnut Road woman reported that a neighbor woman, who stopped taking her medication for mental health, was threatening a man with a knife. The knife-wielding woman was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.
• April 8: A Walnut Road man was cited for disorderly conduct following a fistfight.
• April 9: A Park Street woman reported her adult son was missing. Buckeye Lake Police Captain James Hanzey said police are “being on the lookout” or watching for him, but there’s no formal missing person search because the son is well over 18 years old and it’s his choice if he doesn’t want to be found.
• April 10: A man was barred from Lakeshore Court because he was not approved to live there.
• March 9: Police were called to a disturbance on West North Street. It was a verbal argument. Police stood by while the man’s girlfriend left with her belongings.
• March 9: A Blackberry Lane resident told police that a neighbor put animal feces on her vehicle. Police spoke with the neighbor who said there has been an ongoing problem with the complainant’s dogs and cats using the bathroom in her yard.
• March 9: A Greenbriar Lane mother told police her juvenile daughter had been threatened by another juvenile when they got off the school bus. Both parties were advised to avoid each other.
• March 10: A West North Street resident reported that a yard decoration had been broken and stolen overnight.
• March 12: Police were called about unusual smelling smoke coming from two rooms at the Best Western. Police spoke to both guests who were in smoking rooms. Both admitted to smoking cigarettes but police found no evidence of drug use.
• March 12: A driver was cited for going 68 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• March 12: A Raspberry Circle resident was warned about loud music at 11:13 p.m.
• March 13: A Westview Drive resident told police that his neighbor told him about another neighbor making threats about giving his dog anti-freeze. Police talked with the other neighbor who said she had no intention of poisoning the dog.
• March 14: A driver was cited for going 53 mph in a 35 mph zone on South High Street.
• March 14: A South 6th Street resident asked police for additional patrols after her juvenile son heard from a third party that someone might damage their garage.
• March 14: A Kelly Court resident reported the theft of several thousand dollars from her deceased mother’s trust account.
• March 15: Police attempted to respond at 6:30 a.m. to an alarm drop at the dental office. Floodwaters were too high to get to the building.