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Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake • July 3: A Westerville woman was stopped for speeding. While she admitted she was speeding she was upset she didn’t receive a warning.

• July 3: A Canal Winchester man was cited for driving in a closed lane.

• July 11: A Dockside Drive woman reported that someone stole her cell phone.

• July 13: A West 3rd Street man reported someone vandalized the Ryan Park restrooms.

• July 14: An 18 year old man was charged with sexual misconduct against a minor female.

• July 15: Police assisted Kirkersville Police with a OVI breath test. The person tested at .094.

• July 15: A Millersport woman’s grandson found a bicycle partially submerged in Buckeye Lake and brought the bicycle to the police station.

• July 17: A Walnut Road man reported he was receiving harassing phone calls from his soon-tobe ex-wife.

• July 18: A Seymour Ave. woman said she left her credit card at a business. She said someone was kind enough to return the card to her, but she found on her next statement that someone charged nearly $500 onto her card.

• July 18: A Walnut Road resident reported that someone vandalized several signs throughout the Leisure Village trailer park. The resident said someone also vandalized his trailer.

• July 18: Two more Walnut Road residents reported their trailers were vandalized as well.


• June 4: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Officeon a call from a foreign-sounding man stating that Holly Perkins had been murdered. Police were asked to check the Best Western for anyone registered as Holly Perkins or anyone from India. A clerk told police that a man from India was there. Police and a deputy asked and received permission to check his room and vehicle. Everything was OK. Later police were asked to check a Canal Road apartment for Holly Parsons. No one came to the door at the apartment.

• June 5: Police watched for a van for Heath Police that had been involved in an assault there. Police didn’t see the van.

• June 5: Police responded to a 9-1-1 hang-up call on Westview Drive. Everything was OK.

• June 5: Police responded to an alarm drop at Brad’s Recycling. The owner’s son accidentally tripped the alarm.

• June 5: Police cited a driver for reckless operation after seeing him squealing his tires after leaving the Duke station.

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