2013-08-10 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• July 11: A Walnut Road woman reported that someone attacked her granddaughter.

• July 11: Officer stopped a vehicle for several equipment violations and no turn signal use, and found both the driver and passenger had no drivers licenses and the driver had two warrants for his arrest. The driver’s record showed him to be armed and dangerous with violent tendencies and an escape risk. The passenger had a protection order from the driver. The driver was arrested and taken to jail.

• July 13: A Walnut Road man said someone removed gasoline from two of his vehicles and his lawn mower.

• July 13: Police checked out a report of juveniles shooting a BB gun toward a residence. The juveniles and an adult relative were contacted and the BB gun was turned in to the police department.

• July 13: Officer discovered a woman lying facedown near a wooden post and “for the most part unresponsive.” The woman was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.

• July 13: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• July 13: Police stopped a vehicle after observing it drifting across the centerline four times. Police charged the driver with OVI.

• July 13: Police assisted Hebron Police by also responding to an alarm drop at Buckeye Outdoors. Everything was secure.

• July 14: A Walnut Road woman said her granddaughter took 20 pills from her.

• July 14: Cited a driver for traveling 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• July 14: Police stopped a vehicle for failure to dim its high beams and discovered the driver possessed marijuana, a scale, rolling papers, and a glass pipe, all with marijuana residue. The driver was cited for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

• July 14: Officer pulled over a vehicle for only having one working headlight and found the driver, who did not own the vehicle, was under 18 license suspensions. The owner was in the vehicle, and according to the report, had been cited three times in six months for allowing suspended drivers to operate his vehicle. The owner was cited for wrongful entrustment.

• July 14: A vehicle was stopped for driving the wrong way while leaving the Duke service station. The officer found the driver had multiple license suspensions and 21 convictions. The driver was cited for DUS.

• July 16: A Union Street resident said she found a kitten wrapped in a bath towel in her driveway and she wanted the incident documented.

• July 16: A Walnut Road woman said a neighbor speeds up when children are in the road.

• July 16: Police were called about a reported burglary in progress at a Highland Avenue residence. Officer discovered the person entering the home actually lived there.

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