Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Oct. 15: Officers responded to a report that someone shot out the driver’s door window of a parked car. It appeared a small caliber projectile was used. Report taken.
• Oct. 16: A middle school student was arrested for bringing a knife to school. No students were injured or threatened.
• Oct. 17: Officer Harget instructed the Pleasantville Cub Scouts on dangers of prescription drugs and alcohol
• Oct. 17: A high school student was arrested for exposing himself during lunch. Charges are pending in Juvenile Court.
• Oct. 17: Officers responded to a reported domestic dispute on West Market Street. Caller stated that she had been assaulted and that her husband was out of control. The male was transported by medic to the hospital for evaluation.
• Oct. 18: A female student was arrested for assaulting another female student during lunch. Charges are pending in juvenile court.
• Oct. 18: Officer Harget started the 11-week D.A.R.E. program with Liberty Union-Thurston 6th grade students.
• Oct. 19: Two students were arrested for consuming alcoholic beverages before school. Charges are pending in Juvenile Court.
• Oct. 20: Officers responded to a loud party call at 1:48 a.m. at a South Mill Street residence. Residents were advised and party was ended.
• Oct. 21: Police received a report of males driving a red truck stealing scrap metal in the area of North Liberty. Area checked and no one was located.
• Oct. 21: Officers responded to a residence on South Park Street on a report of license plates stolen from a vehicle. A report was taken and the tags were entered as stolen.
• Oct. 18: A Jacksontown man said someone broke into a storage bay in Buckeye Lake and stole several items he owns.
• Oct. 19: A Thornville man reported that he was sent a mobile phone bill from several years ago that he didn’t believe he owed.
• Oct. 21: A Hebron man said several of his belongings were stolen from a Buckeye Lake storage facility.
• Oct. 22: A Walnut Road man said someone broke into his RV and stole several items.
• Oct. 22: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Oct. 22: A Beacon Light Lane woman said someone broke into her vehicle and stole several items.
• Sept. 12: A Canal Road apartment resident told police someone wrote on his vehicle with a permanent marker.
• Sept. 13: Police were called to the Kroger where a woman had been detained for theft. She was issued a personal recognizance bond and turned over to Reynoldsburg Police on an outstanding warrant.
• Sept. 19: Police were called about a man in a motorized wheelchair driving southbound on Ohio 79. The man told police he was heading to Buckeye Lake. Police took him home.
• Sept. 20: Police took a report after a driver left the Duke station without paying for $32.16 in fuel.
• Sept. 21: A Cumberland Street resident told police that she gave a company her credit card information and now money is missing from her account. Police are investigating.
• Sept. 21: Childrens Services asked police to go to Heron Elementary School to prevent a mother from picking up her daughter at school because the agency was going to take custody of the child. Police were called back to the school after the father made threats that he was going to get the child.