Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Aug. 9: A Union Street man reported someone broke into his home while he was at the hospital and stole several items.
• Aug. 12: An employee at the Duke service station reported two customers left without paying for gas in the amounts of $63.02 and $46.93.
• Aug. 14: A Walnut Road man reported someone broke into his home while he was at work and stole several items.
• Aug. 15: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• July 8: Police responded to the report of a fight outside an apartment building on Canal Road. The three people involved left before police arrived.
• July 8: Police checked on an elderly man sleeping in an SUV behind Clay’s Cafe. He was sleeping while his wife visited a friend.
• July 8: A driver was cited for going 50 mph in a 35 mph zone on East Main Street at Dennison.
• July 8: Police assisted Hebron paramedics with a man who cut his wrist in an attempted suicide.
• July 9: A Greenbriar Lane woman said she was selling an antique cabinet on the internet and a buyer sent her a check for $2,900 rather than for the $2,100 asking price. She recognized it as a scam, but wanted police to document it.
• July 10: A newspaper delivery man reported at 3:16 a.m. that he was being followed by a vehicle. Police were then called to a Maple Avenue home where a man said he followed a vehicle he saw in the area because he thought it was a thief. He had been following the delivery man.