Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Sept. 3: A Walnut Road woman said her ex-boyfriend is entering her shed, although he does have belongings in it. She just wanted the incident documented.
• Sept. 3: An Anchors Way woman said a juvenile who had stolen from her previously was on her property and she wanted him to understand he was never to return. The juvenile’s mother was advised.
• Sept. 3: An officer stopped a vehicle leaving the skate park after the park was closed. The driver was found to possess marijuana and paraphernalia.
• Sept. 4: A Hilton Road wom- an said a registered sex offender touched her daughter and she wanted the incident documented. She didn’t believe her daughter was touched inappropriately, but there was contact.
• Sept. 5: Police responded to a possible burglary. Complainant was advised to change locks and deadbolts.
• Sept. 5: A West 1st Street man said someone stole a drill from him. He recovered the drill and didn’t want to file charges.
• Sept. 5: A Worth Drive man said his ex-girlfriend entered his house and stole a video game controller. He said he didn’t want to press charges, but he does want his controller returned. Police attempted to contact the ex-girlfriend.
• Sept. 5: Officer stopped a vehicle for a lane violation and detected marijuana smoke in the vehicle. The passenger was found to possess 13.3 grams of marijuana.
• Sept. 5: A Seymour Ave. man said his nephew was suicidal and violent, but wasn’t able to locate him.
• Sept. 6: Police stopped a vehicle without operating taillights at night and found the vehicles plates had expired in March.
• Sept. 6: Police observed a wanted fugitive driving on Hebron Road. The officer attempted a stop, but the fugitive fled for several blocks and then fled on foot. The fugitive was arrested following a brief foot chase. The fugitive pos- sessed a loaded firearm and methamphetamine, and had a felony warrant for his arrest from Licking County. The owner of the vehicle he was driving was charged with wrongful entrustment.
• Sept. 1: Police responded to a 9-1-1 hang-up call from a female on Hamilton Avenue. She was reporting that a man wanted on felony warrants was there. He overheard her calling police and left before they arrived.
• Sept. 1: A 19-year-old female was charged with domestic violence after she assaulted her mother and boyfriend. She was taken to jail.
• Sept. 2: Police took a report after a driver left the Kroger Fuel Center without paying for $35.01 of gasoline.
• Sept. 2: An unknown female caller said her brother was at the Kroger store with his daughter and her boyfriend. She told police that her boyfriend had active warrants and that his father wanted him arrested when he left the store. She described the vehicle and provided a license number. Police found the vehicle and waited for them to leave the store. Police checked out the boyfriend and he was free of warants.