Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Feb. 8: Police stood by as a woman removed her belongings from a Buckeye Lake residence.
• Feb. 8: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Office with a report of an active burglary at a residence on Edgewater Beach Boulevard near Thornville. The Buckeye Lake officer was the first on the scene. The complainant identified a man exiting the residence as the same person who had been seen crawling through a window to enter. The man was detained until sheriff’s deputies arrived. It was determined the man was the son of the property owner and was there legitimately.
• Feb. 8: A driver was cited for a faulty license plate light.
• Feb. 9: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• Feb. 9: A driver was cited for traveling 55 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• Feb. 9: A driver was cited for an improper right turn on red.
• Feb. 9: A driver was cited for headlights required after dark.
• Feb. 10: A driver was cited for improper display of a license plate.
• Feb. 11: A Dollar General employee said two males entered the store and one of them stole a camera.
• Feb. 11: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Office arrest a man for breaking and entering a Lynn Street home in Hebron.
• Feb. 12:Police stood by while a Columbus woman removed her belongings from her estranged husband’s home on Walnut Road.
• Feb. 12: A businessman reported that a business partner removed several of his items from their tattoo shop.
• Feb. 14: A driver was cited for not having a license plate on a trailer his vehicle was pulling.
• Feb. 14: Police were advised of a man at the McDonald’s drivethru that appeared to be intoxicated with blood down his arm, a baby in the back seat and blood all over the car’s trunk. A Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office deputy located the vehicle and found the man was not intoxicated, but had hit a deer and placed it in his trunk.
• Feb. 14: A West 7th Street man said his neighbor’s mother continues to park on his property illegally, which led to a shouting match between them. Police advised.
• Feb. 14: A Lancaster woman said someone broke into her car while it was parked in Buckeye Lake Village.
• Feb. 14: Police responded to a report of an active domestic dispute in the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club parking lot. The “female half” of the argument was transported to the EconoLodge for the night because she had been drinking.
• Feb. 15: Police received a report of an individual kicking in a front door and assaulting two individuals with the homeowner displayed a firearm. Police were dispatched to a Lake View Drive residence. While en route, dispatch told police that the person causing the problems, a female, had left the area and the homeowner had discharged his firearm. While police were trying to locate the residence, dispatch determined that the call was actually in the Village of Johnstown, not Buckeye Lake.
• Feb. 16: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• Feb. 16: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• Feb. 16: A Millersport man, who was initially cited for driving under suspension, was found to have an active warrant out of Van Wert County.
• Jan. 1: Police took a property damage report after a bullet hole was found in a window at the Family Dollar store.
• Jan. 3: Police were dispatched to a reported domestic dispute on Refugee Street. No charges were filed.
• Jan. 8: Police were called to the Circle K gas station about some recovered property.
• Jan. 13: Police are still investigating a theft complaint at a Lecrone Avenue home.
• Jan. 14: Police took a report on a theft complaint at the Circle K gas station.
• Jan. 15: Police are still investigating a theft complaint from the Family Dollar store.
• Jan. 17: Police heard screams coming from a vehicle and discovered an active domestic dispute. Police mediated the dispute.
• Jan. 20: Police on patrol had contact with a suspect possessing drugs and paraphernalia.
• Jan. 23: Police were called to a Chautauqua Boulevard home on a report of a suicide threat. An arrest was made.
• Jan. 23: Police worked a warrant in the Mill Street area and made an arrest.
• Jan. 29: A driver was cited for traveling 35 mph in a 25 mph zone.