2012-11-10 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Nov. 1: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 1: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Nov. 1: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 1: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 1: A driver was cited for traveling 54 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 2: Two drivers were cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 2: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 2: Two drivers were cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Nov. 2: A driver was cited for traveling 56 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 5: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 5: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.

• Nov. 5: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

• Nov. 5: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.

Hebron

• Sept. 28: A Broadway Street apartment resident told police her male neighbor shook his cane at her and called her an offensive name. Shw was afraid he might hit her if police didn’t talk to him. He told police the complainant threatened him after he accidentally took her mail. He was advised to stay away from her.

• Sept. 28: Another Broadway Street apartment resident said the same man in the previous report had pointed a cane at her from a distance that might have a knife attached to it. Police spoke with him and he said he was videotaping her from a distance but didn’t have a knife. Police checked all his canes in his apartment and none had a knife attached. Both were advised to avoid each other.

• Sept. 29: A Greenbriar Drive resident reported the theft of a first aid bag from his vehicle.

• Sept. 29: Police were called to the Best Western Inn on a report of an intoxicated man in a stairwell. Police escorted the man to his room and told him to stay there for the night.

• Sept. 29: A driver was cited for driving under 12-point and non-compliance suspensions. His vehicle was impounded.

• Oct. 1: A Kroger employee told police she was concerned that an elderly man was being scammed. Police advised him of the possible scam.

• Oct. 1: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police on Lake Drive with three subjects arrested in a domestic dispute.

• Oct. 2: Police charged an adult and a juvenile with theft after they were detained by store security at the Kroger store.

• Oct. 3: Police gave a South High Street resident her last warning for allowing her dogs to bark.

• Oct. 4: A Broadway Street apartment resident told police someone was rattling his door knob at 4:31 a.m. Police checked the area but didn’t find anyone.

• Oct. 4: A Warden Street resident reported that juveniles were throwing concrete slabs into a creek. Police didn’t find anyone in the area.

• Oct. 5: Police were dispatched at 3 a.m. to a Broadway Street apartment on a report of an open line to 9-1-1. Everything checked OK.

• Oct. 5: At 10:56 a.m., police charged the individual in the previous report with assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and menacing.

• Oct. 5: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Office by responding to a report of an out-of-control juvenile at RR Donnelley. Police separated the parties and held the scene until a deputy arrived.

• Oct. 6: Police were called about an intoxicated person in the Kroger store. He was advised to leave.

• Oct. 6: Police stopped a driver for excessive speed and marked lanes on East Main Street. He was cited for both violations and ultimately charged withe OVI. He refused a BAC test.

• Oct. 7: A Forest Ridge Drive juvenile was arrested for underage consumption and turned over to a juvenile intake officer.

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