Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• April 6: A Castilia man said another man to whom he owed money threatened him with a ball bat unless he paid him.
• April 10: Officer notified of a woman chasing a man with her car around the McDonald’s and Econolodge parking lots. The man told police she was was his girlfriend, but they argued and he was now trying to get away from her. She said she was homeless and he was supposed to rent a room for them and two small children, but he refused to pay for the room. McDonald’s donated food for the children, who had not eaten in a while. The woman was advised to contact Licking County Jobs and Family Services.
• April 11: An officer spotted a man smoking marijuana in his car on Buckeye Lake State Park property.
• April 11: Police stopped a vehicle without an operating license plate light and found the driver had an expired drivers license and that the passenger was wanted on a Hebron warrant.
• April 11: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Hebron Road.
• April 11: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Hebron Road.
• April 11: A Columbus woman said a renter of a Buckeye Lake property she owns threatened her.
• April 11:A Hebron woman said a Buckeye Lake resident threatened her after she told the Licking County Sheriff’s Office that he might be selling drugs.
• April 11: A Walnut Road man reported that someone stole his son’s bicycle.
• April 11: Police assisted Union Township Police locate two vehicles reportedly racing. Both vehicles were stopped and the drivers were warned.
• April 11: An officer stopped a vehicle with two young passengers not wearing seat belts or sitting in car seats. The driver was found to be driving with an expired license and a passenger possessed marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
• April 12: Police helped Union Township Police block off Canal Road following a fatal accident in a construction zone.