Police activity reports
Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Mar. 6: Police made a traffic stop on a driver with a Tennessee address and Buckeye Lake post office box. Police issued a citation for driving on a revoked license.
• Mar. 8: Police received an anonymous tip of a possible gun shot in the area of C section in Leisure Village. Several persons stated it may have been the trash can lid which makes a loud bang when the wind blows. Police were unable to locate anything suspicious but advised residents to call if they heard anything else.
• Mar. 8: Police cited a female driver for going 49 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.
• Mar. 9: Police issued a citation to a female driver for going 49 mph in a 35 mph zone on Hebron Road at West Second Street. The driver had a good attitude.
• Mar. 9: Police responded to a non-injury accident in front of Subway. The accident involved a white Ford truck and a gold Honda 4 door. Both drivers declined a report. One driver was found to have a suspended license for noncompliance. Police issued a citation and summons to court.
• Mar. 9: Police were dispatched to Walnut Road on a report of possible domestic dispute. Police spoke with several residents who were intoxicated and stated they were just arm wrestling and not fighting.
• Mar. 10: Police were dispatched to assist another officer with the Licking County Sheriff’s office at an Executive Drive residence. A female subject fled on foot after allegedly being involved in an assault. Police searched and found the female hiding in the basement. She had a warrant out of Lancaster Police Department.
• Mar. 10: Police responded to a Lynnwood residence on a complaint of phone harassment. The male occupant and his wife were both complaining about harassing phone calls, emails and text messaging from his mother-in-law. No charges were requested at this time but they wanted the mother-in-law to be advised not to contact them or their children in any way, shape or form. Police took an informational report and the mother-in-law was advised to cease and desist.
• Mar. 11: While running radar in the West end of the village, Police cited a driver for speeding over the posted limit of 35 mph.
• Mar. 11: Police took a report on a reported case of phone fraud from a female on East Street.
• Mar. 11: While on patrol at the intersection of Hunts Landing and Mill Dam Road, police activated their radar and clocked a driver going 47 mph in a 35 mph zone and issued a citation.
• Mar. 11: Police cited a driver for failing to come to a complete stop at the intersection of Mill Dam Road and State Route 79.
• Mar. 11: While on patrol at the intersection of Mill Dam Road and State Route 79, police cited a driver for failing to come to a complete stop at the intersection.
• Mar. 11: While on patrol on the West side of the village, police issued a citation to a driver traveling 47 mph in a 35 mph zone.
• Mar. 11: Police assisted the State Patrol on a non-injury accident at the intersection of State Routes 70 and 79.
• Mar. 11: Police were dispatched to a Walnut Road residence regarding a disturbance. Police were informed that a male subject was possibly trying to gain entry but the residents wanted him to leave though they were familiar with him. Police advised the subject to leave and not return.
• Mar. 11: Police cited a Millersport resident for traveling 48 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road and for driving under suspension.
• Mar. 11: Police cited a Millersport resident for failure to dim headlights on Walnut Road at Renner Street.
• Mar. 13: Police were dispatched to a Neel Avenue residence on a report of a domestic dispute. The residents indicated that it was a misdial.
• Mar. 13: Police cited a Buckeye Lake resident for driving 51 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.
• Mar. 13: Police were dispatched to check on an exterior burglary alarm on Mill Dam Road. A check was made of the area and police advised the Licking County Sheriff’s office.
• Mar. 14: Police responded to a complaint of an open door at a Maplewood Drive property. The front door was ajar but there were no footprints in the snow surrounding the residence. The neighbor across the street reported that it had been opened within the last two hours. Police determined that the wind may have blown the door open because the door did not shut securely.
• Mar. 14: Police were dispatched to a Walnut Road property for an activated burglar alarm. The residence was found to be secure although no one was at home. Police advised the sheriff’s office.
• Mar. 15: Police were dispatched to the EconoLodge Motel on a report of a subject staying in a room past checkout time. Police checked the room with the clerk and the subject had already left the room.
• Mar.15: Police cited a driver for going 46 mph in a 35 mph zone on Hebron Road.
• Mar.15: Police responded to the Family Dollar Store on a report of a theft. The manager stated that the male subject was inside and that the buzzer went off as he attempted to leave the store. The manager said after the suspect was told to come back in the store, he admitted to having items inside his shirt. The suspect confirmed to the police that he attempted to steal the items and was arrested and issued a citation to mayor’s court.