2013-11-02 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

Reports presented for the Oct. 28, council meeting.

1. A subject rented a carpet cleaner from the ACE hardware store, paying with a check. After the check was returned unpaid, police tracked down the subject at a Pleasantville home. The carpet cleaner has been returned but charges are pending for failure to make the check good.

2. Police took an assault report from a resident. When police went to the suspect’s home, he allegedly assaulted an officer. He was tasered and taken to jail.

3. The department’s school resource officer took a report of a missing 17-year-old student. The student was located out-of-state and the parent is arranging to get the child back home.

4. A 17-year-old driver allegedly intentionally hit a flagger working on South Main Street and then fled. Police found the suspect at his home and he allegedly resisted being placed under arrest. He was taken into custody and processed at the police station. Police released him to his mother.

Buckeye Lake

• Oct. 5: Police took a complaint of harassment over Facebook.

• Oct. 5: A Myers Avenue woman believed her husband, against whom she has a restraining order and is filing for divorce, convinced a man to call her and ask questions about her and her husband.

• Oct. 5: A Stewart Avenue man said he was the victim of vandalism and a harassing phone call.

• Oct. 6: A Heath man said his son was injured at his mother’s residence and the man wanted the incident documented.

• Oct. 6: A Walnut Road woman said her sister told her that her live-in boyfriend was making threats toward the woman. The woman said her boyfriend regularly upsets her sister.

• Oct. 6: A Walnut Road man said his girlfriend’s two adult sons were visiting and got into a fight. He asked police to have them leave the residence. They agreed to do so.

• Oct. 8: An Union Avenue woman said her intoxicated brother was calling and harassing her and her mother. He was advised to stop calling.

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