Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• April 18: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $45.02 of gasoline.
• April 18: A London, Ohio, man said someone intentionally damaged his car.
• April 19: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $20.06 of gasoline.
• April 21: An Obetz man was pulled over driving without a rear license plate light, when the officer discovered he had a warrant for his arrest out of Belmont County.
• April 23: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $200 for fuel.
• April 23: A Renner Avenue man said someone stole $1,000 from him. He said he thought he may know who did it.
• April 23: Two drivers were cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.
• March 15: Police assisted in the evacuation of some residents from the Greenbriar Trailer Park.
• March 15: Police took a report after a driver left the Duke station without paying for fuel.
• March 16: A Raspberry Circle resident complained about two Rent-A-Center employees at her home. The employees retrieved the items and left without incident.
• March 16: A Canal Road apartment resident asked police to stand by in case her ex-husband came there. She said he had threatened to kill her sister earlier in the day. He didn’t show up there.
• March 17: A volunteer helping clean up Clay’s Cafe turned over an ID, class ring and other personal papers found there. Police were unable to contact the owner, but will hold the items as found property.
• March 17: Some credit cards were found at the New Life Community Center. Police contacted the owner and turned them over to him.
• March 17: Police checked out a report of a man passed out in his vehicle in the Kroger parkig lot at 10:50 p.m. He told police he had fallen asleep waiting for his mother to finish shopping. Police detected no signs of impairment.
• March 17: Police were called at 11:48 p.m. about loud music on Kelly Drive. Police found a young man playing a guitar in his garage. Police told him he was playing too loud and he said he was finished for the night.
• March 28: Police assisted a deputy sheriff with BAC test.