2014-07-12 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

• June 9: Police were called to the area of South Main Street and Vivian Lane on a report of a vehicle all over the roadway. Police did not locate the vehicle.

• June 9: Police were dispatched to a South Main Street address on a report of a strange vehicle parked in the driveway. Enroute, police were redirected to a report of a domestic dispute at a Fairview Avenue home. Parties were advised.

• June 9: Police were called to the Ace Hardware store on a report of a person detained for theft. When police ran the suspect’s information, they discovered a warrant for arrest from the Whitehall Police Department. The suspect was arrested and turned over to Whitehall Police.

• June 9: Police were called to Bob’s Oil Can on a report of a lock-out. Entry was gained.

• June 11: Police were asked to check on the welfare of a Hansbarger Street resident. When police arrived, they found the front door open. The resident was home and OK.

• June 12: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Masonic Lodge. The building was checked and found secure.

• June 12: Police took a report at a Fairview Avenue address about harassment and threats from an ex-boyfriend.

• June 13: Police responded to a West Market Street address on an alarm drop. The building checked secure.

• June 13: Police were called to the Peoples Bank on a report of a theft. Police took a report and started an investigation.

• June 13: Police were dispatched to check out a suspicious vehicle parked behind the Unique Beauty Boutique. The vehicle was gone when police arrived.

• June 13: Police accompanied Fairfield Health District inspectors to a South Mill Street home. The home was condemned for health reasons. Later the homeowner went next door to his neighbor’s home and made threat to cause bodily harm. He was arrested and charged.

• June 13: Police took a report on vandalism after a North Main Street resident reported that someone had slashed the tires on her vehicle.

• June 13: Police responded to an alarm drop from a garage on Westwood Avenue. The garage checked secure.

• June 14: Police on patrol found an open door at a business. The owner was notified and door secured.

• June 16: A mother asked police to talk with her six year old twins who had left the house without her knowledge.

• June 16: Police were called about a vehicle damaging the ball diamonds on Summers Choice Drive. The vehicle left before police arrived.

• June 17: Police were called to a Tremont Drive home on a report of vandalism. Some one had egged the house and a vehicle. Police took a report.

• June 19: Police were called to the Dollar General store on a report of a lockout. Entry was gained.

• June 19: Police were called to an East Mulberry Street home on a report of damage to a flower pot. Complainant believes some juveniles hanging out next door are responsible.

• June 23: Police completed an investigation into a theft at the Peoples Bank. Police arrested a Fairview Avenue resident and felony theft charges were taken to the prosecutor’s office. The suspect and some Columbus individuals allegedly made some $10,000 in fake deposits via the local Peoples Bank ATM and then made withdrawals at other banks to purchase drugs. The suspect was taken to jail.

• June 23: Police were called to Saltworks on a lockout. Entry was gained.

Buckeye Lake

• June 23: Three junk vehicles at an Elliott Avenue property were marked for removal.

• June 23: Six junk vehicles were marked for removal from a Union Street property.

• June 23: A Rosebraugh Circle woman said a salesman tried to enter her home without being invited to do so.

• June 23: A W. 2nd Street resident had a dispute with a neighbor over a shared wellhead.

• June 23: Police responded to a complaint of an intoxicated female. She went home without incident.

• June 23: Police responded to a complaint of fireworks and rock throwing on W. 3rd Ave. All parties were advised to cease and desist or face criminal charges.

• June 23: A Buckeye Lake bar agreed to turn down its music.

• June 24: Police provided a civil standby as a woman retrieved items from a Buckeye Lake residence.

• June 25: A Taco Bell employee asked for assistance with an irate customer who refused to leave the premises.

• June 25: A Walnut Road woman said an unknown person threw a rock at her back door.

• June 26: A West 2nd Street man said someone broke into his truck and removed his wallet and a pair of sunglasses.

• June 26: Police responded to an alarm drop at Taco Bell. Everything checked secure.

• June 26: A Lake Street woman reported a suspicious vehicle.

• June 26: A West 2nd Street man said he believed two juveniles shot his door with a BB gun. He said there were previous incidents as well.

• June 26: A West 1st Street woman said a man had barged into a friend’s house and went room to room looking for her.

• June 27: Cliff Street residents agreed to turn down loud music.

• June 28: A West 2nd Street man said several items were stolen from his vehicle.

• June 28: Police assisted Hebron Police with an alarm drop and several open doors at Molded Technology.

• June 28: Police responded to a report of an active domestic dispute at a Walnut Road residence, but nothing out of the ordinary was found.

• June 28: A Walnut Road woman reported someone threw a rock through her window.

• June 28: A Walnut Road resident reported loud music from the Barrel Bar. The bar agreed to turn down the music and did so.

• June 29: Police assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol in locating a vehicle near Jacksontown.

• June 29: A Walnut Road woman said she permitted a friend/neighbor to use her vehicle, but the person failed to return it at the agreed upon time.

• June 29: A Walnut Road woman wanted police to document that her daughter returned from her father’s house with burns on her arm. The father said a hot grill caused the burns.

• June 29:Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute at a West 1st Street residence, but the officer found it was a verbal dispute only and the male in the argument left the area.

• June 29: Police were asked to conduct a welfare check at a Highland Avenue and check out a report of loud music. Officer found there was no loud music and everyone at the residence was fine.

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