2014-05-24 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

• April 28: Police responded to a report of a threatened suicide. The person was transported for treatment.

• April 29: A resident in the 300 block of Dorchester reported that an occupied vehicle had been parked in front of her home for over 30 minutes. The vehicle was gone when police arrived.

• April 29: Police checked out a complaint about a loud vehicle in the 100 block of Dorchester. The vehicle left before police arrived.

• April 30: Police were called to the 200 block of South Mill on a report of a possible intoxicated person threatening children playing in the area. Police arrested the man for disorderly conduct and possession of drugs. He was taken to jail.

• April 30: A resident in the 100 block of East Market complained about loud music coming from an area business. The business was advised.

• May 1: Police responded to a hold-up alarm at a West Market Street bank. It had been accidentally tripped.

• May 3: Police checked out a report of suspicious persons and vehicles at a South Mill Street address. Vehicles left before police arrived.

• May 5: Police checked out a report of a person walking through yards in the 100 block of West Mulberry Street. No one was located.

• May 6: School Resource Officers dealt with an unruly student who was referred to school administrators.

• May 6: Police took a report on the theft of prescription medications from a resident in the 1000 block of South Main Street

• May 7: Police responded to a residential alarm drop in the 1800 block of West Maple. Residence was checked and found to be secure.

• May 7: School Resource Officers took a theft report at the middle school.

• May 7: Police learned about a person removing no parking signs on private property. The person was located and advised of possible charges.

• May 8: Police responded to a report of a possible theft in the 300 block of Fairview. It turned out to be a civil matter.

• May 8: Police took a report on hit skip accident in the 1000 block of South Main Street.

• May 8: A resident told police that several juveniles were yelling obscenities and racial slurs. He attempted to follow them to their residence but failed to make contact. Juvenile’s mother then came to his residence to accuse him of attempting to run over her kids. All parties advised.

Buckeye Lake

• May 2: Police responded to a report of a fight on Grandstaff. Fight was over when officer arrived and neither party wanted to press charges.

• May 2: Police were asked to do a well-being check on a Myers Avenue resident. Everything was OK.

• May 2: A manager at the Family Dollar store reported damage to the store.

• May 2: A North Bank Road woman reported her 15-year-old daughter ran away and couldn’t be located. The Licking County Sheriff’s Office tracked the daughter’s cell phone. She was located and placed under house arrest for two weeks.

• May 3: A Dollar General employee said a juvenile, whom the employee knew, stole several items. The juvenile was located and parents were advised. The juvenile was banned from the store.

• May 3: Three juvenile girls were advised not to bully a fourth juvenile girl. The three admitted to bullying the fourth.

• May 3: Police were asked to standby while a woman retrieved some of her property from a residence.

• May 3: A W. 2nd Street woman said one or more people were shining laser lights in her window. She said the lights came from two angles.

• May 3: Police were called about a camper leaving the KOA campground camper without paying a $91.31 bill.

• May 3: A bar employee contacted police and reported that an inebriated patron was intending to leave in his vehicle. The subject was located and told the officer he called his brother to pick him up. The brother arrived and took him home.

• May 4: Officer received report of a domestic violence incident at a Walnut Road residence. Officer contacted the parties, but there was no evidence of violence and no one wanted to press charges. Parties were advised.

• May 4: Police were dispatched to investigate a 911 hang-up call. Police learned that a juvenile accidentally placed the call and that nothing was wrong.

• May 4: Police were told about an unknown person shining a laser light into vehicles on Ohio 79.

• May 5: Police responded to a complaint about some juvenile girls fighting. Officer made contact and advised them to stop fighting and leave each other alone.

• May 5: Police were called about a dog running at large. An Union Ave. woman said the dog came at her aggressively, but only bit her shirt. Dog had no collar or tags. It could not be located.

• May 6: Police assisted the Buckeye Lake Fire Department with a structure fire.

• May 6: A W. 3rd Street resident said she hadn’t seen her neighbors in a while, but their cars remained in their driveway. She asked an officer to check on them. Officer discovered a family friend was watching the house for the neighbors while they were gone.

• May 6: A Walnut Road woman told police that a suicidal and possibly combative man was at large. The man was detained and found to need assistance with mental issues. He was transported voluntarily to Licking Memorial Hospital.

• May 7: Police responded to an alarm drop on Slocum. It was accidentally tripped by a contractor.

• May 8: A W. 5th Street woman was arrested for OVI,

• May 9: A Walnut Road woman told police she was having problems with her 12-yearold daughter. The daughter was placed under house arrest for six months.

• May 9: Police were dispatched to a Walnut Road residence where two brothers were arguing. The first brother said he was tired of the second brother smoking marijuana in the house. The officer found the second brother in possession of paraphernalia and a small amount of marijuana. He was charged with possession of paraphernalia. The first brother had a warrant for not appearing for a court date and was placed under arrest. He was advised of his court date and time, and released.

• May 9: Police responded to a report of a juvenile creating a disturbance. The juvenile’s mother retrieved him.

• May 10: Police received a report of a man threatening suicide. The man agreed to be transported to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.

• May 10: A Walnut Road woman said a video game was stolen from her home.

• May 10: A driver was cited for traveling 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone..

• May 10: A Walnut Road woman said someone broke into her car and stole several Taco Bell work hats, $20, and some change.

• May 11: A Walnut Road man said someone broke into his camper and damaged it.

• May 11: A driver was cited for running a stop sign and driving under suspension.

• May 11: Police were dispatched to look for a possible drunk on Ohio 79. Negative contact.

• May 11: A Walnut Road woman reported an injured cat. Resident Bonnie Mansfield assisted the cat.

• May 11: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

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