2014-03-29 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

• March 10: Police responded to a residential alarm drop in the 400 block of South Main Street.. Residence was secure and owner was advised.

• March 11: Police responded to a report of a man with a knife at the high school. A report was taken and referred to school officials.

• March 11: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute in the 500 block of North Basil. The parties were separated and advised.

• March 12: Officers took several reports of thefts from students at the schools. Officers investigated and were able to identify a suspect. All of the property has been recovered and charges are pending.

• March 17: Police responded to the report of two persons making threats to an apartment manager over property. Parties were separated and advised this is a civil dispute.

• March 17: Police checked a suspicious vehicle on East Market Street. Everything checked OK.

• March 18: Officers were dispatched to the scene of an attempted suicide on Kellner Ave. Officers made contact and then transported the person for treatment.

• March 18: Officers responded to an alarm drop at a business in the 800 block of South Main Street. Everything checked secure.

• March 21: Officers investigated the report of a 9-1-1 hang up call from the elementary school. No problems were found.

• March 21: Officers checked an open door in the 300 block of West Elmwood. Everything was OK and the door was secured.

Buckeye Lake

• March 4: Police were called about a person causing trouble at Wendy’s. A customer said a cashier was rude when he and his girlfriend used the drive-through window. The man was intoxicated and his girlfriend became embarrassed with the situation and left. The officer called for the girlfriend to return and transport the man, and spoke with the cashier and restaurant manager. The manager gave the man a new sandwich and fries.

• March 5: A Maplewood Drive woman said she had a verbal argument with her roommate, and her roommate grabbed her. She didn’t want to press charges but wanted the incident documented.

• March 5: A man said a truck was parked in his driveway and wanted it removed. The owner was located and removed the vehicle.

• March 6: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• March 7: A man whom the police banned from entering the Duke service station ignored the ban. He was charged with criminal trespass.

• March 7: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• March 7: A Rosebraugh Circle woman said she believed a man stole a fishing pole from her.

• March 8: A driver was cited for running a stop sign.

• March 9: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Office in a search an elderly woman with dementia.

• March 10: A Central Avenue woman reported a theft.

• March 10: A Leroy Street man said his father left harassing messages on his cell phone. He opted to change his phone number.

• March 12: Police were called about a report of a fight near a Walnut Road residence. A Union Street man said another man slapped him, but he didn’t want to press charges.

• March 12: A Woods Avenue woman asked for help in contacting her daughter’s father to discuss visitation rights.

• March 13:Police were called about a tenant moving out of a Stewart Street residence and leaving a dog behind. When the officer arrived, the tenant was still moving out, but a dog there looked malnourished. The Humane Society took control of the dog.

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