Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Nov. 14: An officer clocked a vehicle at a high rate of speed on East Market Street. He turned around to stop the vehicle and it sped away.. The officer pursued the vehicle south on Holder Road and then south on Ohio 37. Once the officer was able to identify the driver, and due to speeds reaching 100 plus miles per hour, he stopped the pursuit. The officer and Ohio State HIghway Patrol troopers waited for the driver to return to his home. When he did, he was charged with OVI and fleeing.
• Nov. 17: Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at 12:17 a.m. Police discovered that a passenger acting suspiciously and claiming to be a juvenile had no identification. When the 19-year-old Lancaster man was asked to get out of the vehicle for a minor misdemeanor violation, police said he resisted and ran from officers. After a foot chase in a corn field, the man was tasared and placed in custody. Police then learned that he was an adult and wanted on two felony warrants. The 19-year-old female driver from Rushville was charged with obstruction of justice and falsification. Both were taken to the Fairfield County Jail.
• Nov. 19: Officers responded to a reported domestic dispute at a North Liberty Street home. Police determined that a juvenile nephew of the victim had obtained her debit card and had made two withdrawals without her permission. He and an adult then allegedly used the money to buy drugs. The adult was transported to jail. Charges are pending on the juvenile.
• Nov. 20: Police were called to a North Granville Street home on a report of a burglary. A resident reported that an unknown person entered her residence and removed property.
• Nov. 21: A North Walnut Street resident told police that persons in a pickup drove by a car that he son was sitting on and used an unknown projectile to break a window on the car.
• Nov. 22: A Mulberry Street resident reported a break-in that had occurred sometime over the last two days. A list of missing items is being compiled.
• Nov. 24: Officers were called to the area of the 100 block of North Park Street on a report of a suspicious vehicle. Officers checked the area and did not locate the vehicle.
• Nov. 26: The School Resource Officer was advised that a student from Pickerington had sent a message to a Liberty Union student threatening to sexually assault her. Police are investigating.
• Nov. 18: A Myers Avenue woman said her granddaughter was stealing money, jewelry, and other items from her. She said the granddaughter was also being abusive toward animals. The granddaughter, a juvenile, was on probation. The woman said she wanted the granddaughter out of her home and in custody.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for running a stop sign on Mill Dam Road.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for traveling 49 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.
• Nov. 19: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Nov. 21: A Park Place man said someone entered his home and assaulted him. The man, who according to the police report was intoxicated, was transported for his injuries to Licking Memorial Hospital. The man said he did not want to press charges against his assailant.
• Nov. 26: A Columbus man said someone broke into his Buckeye Lake Village property and stole several items.
• Nov. 28: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Walnut Road.
• Nov. 28: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road.