2013-06-01 / Police Report

Police activity reports


Hebron Mayor Clifford L. Mason administered the oath of office May 22 to new auxiliary police officer Keith Lowery. The Kirkersville resident is a Watkins Memorial graduate and has completed police training at C-Tec and Central Ohio Technical College. He must complete an extensive field officer training program before being released for street duty. Photo courtesy Hebron Police Department. Hebron Mayor Clifford L. Mason administered the oath of office May 22 to new auxiliary police officer Keith Lowery. The Kirkersville resident is a Watkins Memorial graduate and has completed police training at C-Tec and Central Ohio Technical College. He must complete an extensive field officer training program before being released for street duty. Photo courtesy Hebron Police Department. Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• May 16: A driver was cited for operating an unsafe vehicle.

• May 16: Police stopped a vehicle for improperly backing down a roadway and found the driver was operating under suspension.

• May 16: Police stopped a vehicle for equipment violations and found the driver was operating under suspension.

• May 17: Police responded to a call about a possible suicide attempt. It was not a suicide attempt, but person volunteered to go to LMH for depression treatment.

• May 18: A driver was cited for traveling 28 miles per hour in a 20 miles per hour zone.

• May 18: A Park Street resident reported an improper use of animal traps.

• May 18: An Econolodge employee reported being threatened over a computer error that affected room reservations.

• May 18: An officer stopped a vehicle for lane violations and found the driver was operating under suspension.

• May 18:A driver was cited for OVI, driving under suspension, and no driver’s license. The vehicle’s owner was cited for wrongful entrustment.

• May 18: Officer stopped a driver for lane violations and found the driver to be highly intoxicated. The driver blew .174 BAC.

• May 19: Police checked out a report of subjects in a Dodge truck trying to steal a car in Leisure Village. The area was checked, but nothing was found.

• May 19: Officer stopped a driver for lane violations and found the driver to be intoxicated. The driver blew .142 BAC and was cited for OVI.

• May 19: Officer stopped two vehicles for racing on Mill Dam Road. Each driver was cited for traveling 55 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• May 19: Officer stopped a vehicle for lane violations and found the driver was operating under suspension.

• May 19: Officer received a complaint of a tenant permitting a truck to dump brush on property being rented without the landlord’s permission. The truck left without dumping anything.

• May 19: Police were called to help resolve a civil matter between siblings at a Hilton Road residence. Parties were advised.

• May 20: A Heath resident requested a civil standby at her soon to be ex-husband’s Buckeye Lake Village home.

• May 20: A Blue Jay Court woman called about a possible prowler. No prowler was located.

• May 20: A Walnut Road woman called about a possible prowler. No prowler was located.

• May 21: A Hebron woman said a man forged his signature on a form where he was to receive $500 from a fishing tournament.

• May 21: A Walnut Road woman wanted an officer to speak to her class about stealing. She received several complaints from parents that children were stealing each others’ toys.

• May 21: A Columbus woman said someone stole her medication while she stayed at the KOA Kampground.

• May 23: Police took a report on a shoplifting incident.

• May 23: Police took a report of trash disposed without permission in a dumpster.

• May 23: An Anchors Way woman said she received an injured kitten from Leisure Village and she believed other kittens were in danger as well from juveniles. A litter of kittens was given to the Humane Society.

• May 23: A Central Avenue couple had a dispute over a food stamp card. The man was advised to leave and the woman was advised to obtain a protection order.

• May 23: A Lake Street woman said her car was keyed.

• May 24: Officer stopped a vehicle for lane violations. Driver was cited for driving under the influence of alcohol and in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

• May 24: A Lakeview man reported his boat vandalized.

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