Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Feb. 17: A Duke service station employee reported that a motorist left without paying for $47.86 of gasoline..
• Feb. 20: A driver was cited for 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Feb. 20: A driver was cited for 53 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Feb. 20: An East Street woman said her neighbor built a snowman that was giving her an obscene hand gesture.
• Feb. 20: The aunt and uncle of a Union Street man reported him as a possible overdose victim. Police found him extremely intoxicated, but there was no clinical overdose.
• Feb. 21: A driver was cited for 54 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Feb. 22: A West 1st Street man said someone stole his medications.
• Feb. 22: A Highland Ave. woman was cited for allowing her dog to run at large.
• Feb. 22: A Park Street man said someone stole several video games from his home.
• Feb. 23: A Walnut Road man said someone scratched his vehicle with a key.
• Feb. 2: A South 8th Street resident wanted police to get his computer back from his cousin. He had loaned it to er, but she was now refusing to return it. Police spoke with his cousin who said she was keeping it until the complainant paid her money he owed her. Police told him it was a civil matter.
• Feb. 3: Police on patrol at 2:30 a.m. near Krogers saw two people in the parking lot. A man and his girlfriend were walking home from a Mill Dam Road bar when the girlfriend said she got too cold to continue. They went over to the Best Western and were sitting in the lobby. The girlfriend said she got into a verbal argument with their ride and he left them at the bar. Police gave the couple a ride to a Lakewood Drive apartment.
• Feb. 3: Police were called about juveniles acting like they were throwing objects in front of vehicles on West North Street. Police spoke with a 10-year-old who admitted to taking part. Police also spoke with his father.
• Feb. 3: A Kelly Court woman called police at 7:28 p.m. to report that her 15-year-old daughter didn’t come home from school. She told police that she might be at a Lakewood Drive apartment. Police found her there and took her home.
• Feb. 3: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on an off ramp from Ohio 79 to East Main Street.
• Feb. 4: A motorist was cited for travelling 67 mph in a 50 mph zone on Ohio 79 at US 40.
• Feb. 5: Police took a report on a crash at Ohio 79 and Enterprise Drive after a vehicle slid into the back of an ODOT bucket truck.
• Feb. 5: Police removed a road sign from the roadway at Ohio 79 and South High Street.
• Feb. 6: An officer was doing a cruiser check at the police station when he heard a horn honk. The officer looked up and saw a vehicle snow plow strike a vehicle on West Main Street in front of the municipal complex. No one was injured.
• Feb. 6: An Elm Street woman was arrested for domestic violence. Due to the severe weather she was released on an own recognizance bond and was told not to return to the residence until the next day. If she returned before then, she would e rearrested and taken to jail. She was picked up by her father and acknowledged that she understood the conditions of her release.
• Feb. 7: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on an off ramp from Ohio 79 to East Main Street.
• Feb. 7: A driver was cited for a stop sign violation on Cumberland Street at South High Street.
• Feb. 8: Police were contacted about a known dog running loose on West Main Street. Police saw the dog’s owner outside and he said he had just put the dog inside. Police told him that he must control his dog due to previous complaints and said the next incident would result in a citation.