2015-08-22 / Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Aug. 10: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute at a W. 3rd Street residence. Neither party was injured or wanted to press charges.

• Aug. 11: A woman was charged with shoplifting.

• Aug. 11: Police responded to an alarm drop at Northbank Road residence. Area checked secure.

• Aug. 12: Police responded to a report of a disturbance. Neighbors were arguing over a basketball and a shoe hitting the side of an apartment.

• Aug. 12: A suspicious couple sobering up at the Barrel Bar ran from the bar without their vehicle or its keys. Officer took the keys to the police station.

• Aug. 12: Police were called to the Ryan-Braden Park on a report of a possible fight. There was no physical altercation.

• Aug. 12: A North Street man reported that his credit card information had been stolen.

• Aug. 12: A West 1st Street man told police that his girlfriend assaulted him. She denied doing so but was charged with disorderly conduct.

• Aug. 13: A 4th Street woman reported she was being harassed.

• Aug. 14: Police found a man at the Duke service station who had been mugged and beaten while hitchhiking. He was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital.

• Aug. 14: A woman told police she could hear arguing in her neighbor’s house. Officer discovered the “arguing” couple had been having sexual relations.

• Aug. 14: Officer received complaint of an unruly juvenile. The situation was resolved.

• Aug. 15: A Walnut Road woman said a metal trim sign was stolen from her trailer.

• Aug. 15: An intoxicated woman became aggressively argumentative with a man and was hit in the face during the altercation. The man was charged with assault.

• Aug. 15: Person smashed through the Dollar General’s front door and stole vodka.

• Aug. 16: Officer dispatched to a Lynnwood Avenue residence on a report of a possible eightperson fight. People were being loud in a pool, but there was no fight.

• Aug. 16: A woman told an officer that another woman said she was going to hurt herself, and has tried to do so in the past.

• Aug. 18: A Lake Street man said his vehicle was vandalized while in impound. om. They also stole a watermelon. The officer had the juveniles clean the game room.

Hebron

•June 14: A caller told police he was involved in a domestic dispute outside the village the night before. He said his girlfriend was staying at the Best Western and had his credit cards, vehicle key and cell phone. Police spoke to her and she agreed to turn over the credit card and key but not the cell phone.

• June 15: Police made a traffic stop at Route 79 and U.S 40. The driver was cited for going 68 in a 50 miles per hour zone.

• June 15: Police made a traffic stop at Route 79 and U.S 40. The driver was cited for going 72 in a 50 miles per hour zone.

• June 16: Police checked out a report at 5:35 a.m. of juveniles trying to break into the Canal Park concession stand. No contact; checked secure.

• June 16: Police took a report after the concession stand at Evans Parks of a break in.

• June 16: A THK employee reported the theft of items from her unlocked car in the parking lot.

• June 16: Police took a report on a runaway from a Hamilton Avenue home.

• June 17: The mother of the missing runaway said she was acting disorderly. Police warned about causing damage to property. The complainant wanted her daughter’s friends to leave the property. They did without incident.’

• June 18: Police made a traffic stop on E. Main Street at Buckeye Street. The driver was cited for driving under suspension.

• June 21: Police checked out a report of two males attempting to get in a Broadway Street apartment witha2x4. Subjectshad made entry when police arrived. One said he forgot his key and was able to prove that it was his apartment.

Millersport

• July 1: A driver was cited for going 36 in a 25 miles per hour zone and for driving under suspension.

• July 2: A driver was cited for going 36 in a 25 miles per hour zone.

• July 6: Police were called to a Refugee residence for a complaint of theft. A report was taken.

• July 7: Police recovered a stolen vehicle at the Refugee Road apartments. An investigation is pending.

• July 9: A resident reported a theft. A report was taken.

• July 16: A driver was cited for driving under suspension.

• July 18: Police were call to a Sixth Avenue residence on a complaint of assault. An arrest was made and a burglary charge was filed.

• July 20: Police were called to a Chautauqua Boulevard residence on a report of threats and harassment. A report was taken.

Note: Community Watch volunteers contributed 89 hours of service in July.

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