2012-09-01 / Police Report

Police reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Aug. 22: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 22: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 22: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• Aug. 23: A Walnut Road man said a woman destroyed several lawn ornaments in his front yard. She said she was retaliating for damage to her yard. She was charged with vandalism.

• Aug. 24: A Park Street woman said she wrote a Letter to the Editor in The Beacon regarding the Buckeye Lake Fire Department and while she was walking her dog her neighbor, who is a fire department member, yelled obscenities toward her and threatened violence. She didn’t want to press charges but wanted the incident documented. The officer advised her she should contact the fire chief and inform him of the incident.

• Aug. 24: An officer contacted two juveniles who allegedly stole a bicycle.

• Aug. 24: Two drivers were each cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 24: Two drivers were each cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 25: A woman who purchased a rental property on Union Street felt sorry for a man who was evicted from his home and let him live at the rental if he agreed to do some remodeling work. She told police that not only did he not do the work, but also she learned he is a registered sex offender on parole and was tempting neighborhood girls into the house. Having contact with the girls violated his parole and he was arrested and transported to jail.

• Aug. 26: An officer was called to a Seymour Avenue residence on a reported domestic dispute. He found none, but he did find an intoxicated juvenile girl at the residence with her mother. The officer determined her mother did not supply her with alcohol, but rather a boyfriend who left the premises following an argument. The girl was charged with underage consumption and the boyfriend was located and charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

• Aug. 27: A Duke service station employee reported a customer left without paying for $66.76 of gasoline.

• Aug. 27: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 27: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 27: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

Hebron

• July 16: Police responded at 3 a.m. to a report of juveniles at 5th and Main streets vandalizing a stop sign and possibly fighting. No one was there when police arrived.

• July 16: Police responded at 5:58 a.m. on an alarm drop from the back cooler at the Duke station. Employees weren’t aware that the alarm had gone off. The cooler checked secure.

• July 16: A driver was cited for going 70 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at U.S. 40.

• July 16: A Broadway Street apartment resident told police that her adult daughter had stolen some check from her. Charges are pending.

• July 16: An East Main Street resident complained that his named neighbor constantly trespasses on his property. Police warned the neighbor.

• July 16: A Lakewood Drive apartment resident flagged down police to report that his motorcycle had been knocked over in the parking lot and he believed that it had been hit.

• July 16: Police were dispatched to the area around Krogers on a report of two possibly impaired females walking in the roadway. Police didn’t see anyone impaired.

• July 17: A North Street resident reported that someone broke into their home and stole her husband’s prescription medication.

• July 17: A Main Street mother came to the police station to talk about her 17-year-old outof control daughter. She said she made suicidal threats both verbally and by text messages to her parents and friends. Her mother wanted her evaluation. Police spoke with the daughter who agreed to go to the hospital.

• July 18: A Sunset Drive mother came to the station to report that her son’s 17-year-old girlfriend who had been staying with them had been told by her mother to return to her Tennessee home. A Tennessee police officer had called her about the matter. Police spoke with the officer who advised if the daughter doesn’t come home she would be reported as a runaway.

• July 19: Police checked out a report of a child left unattended in a vehicle in the Kroger lot. The father said he left the kids briefly alone while he uased an ATM machine in the Kroger lobby.

• July 20: A young woman detained at the Kroger store for shoplifting was charged with petty theft and issued a summons after arrest.

• July 20: A Newark cab driver said her fare owed her $20 for the trip from the All Good Festival to the Kroger store in Hebron. She also said the rider tried to get into her purse. Police found the man and he agreed to pay the $20.

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