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Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.


• Nov. 10: Police were dispatched to a South Main Street residence in Pleasantville on an unruly juvenile. The juvenile was transported to her grandparents’ house. This juvenile is a foster child from Franklin County.

• Nov. 10: Police responded to a report of a female juvenile who was out of control. Upon arrival the juvenile was advised and then transported to another family member’s residence for the night.

• Nov. 11: Police responded to a report that two juvenile males were using spray paint to paint graffiti on the roadway. Officers checked the area and nothing was located.

• Nov. 12: Police took a report from a female driver that ran her vehicle into a utility pole. The pole was not damaged.

• Nov. 12: Police were dispatched to a Lincoln Avenue residence in Pleasantville on a juvenile that had run away from home. The juvenile was located at another residence in Pleasantville. After talking to the juvenile, the officer notified Children Services who advised police to take the juvenile back to her home and that they would follow up with her the next day.

• Nov. 14: Police responded to a report of a possible abandoned vehicle. Owner stated that it was being restored. He was advised that he must have a current registration on the vehicle.

• Nov. 14: Police were called to the Liberty Union Elementary School on a juvenile that was making threats to harm other students. The juvenile was transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

• Nov. 15: Police were dispatched to the area of 721 N. Main St. in Baltimore on a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was gone when the officer arrived.

• Nov. 16: An officer was dispatched to the Baltimore Market IGA on a vehicle lockout. The officer gained entry for the owner.

• Nov. 19: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office on a domestic dispute in Thurston. An arrest was made.

• Nov. 23: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office at the scene of a residential fire just outside of the village limits. At this time the fire is considered suspicious.


Editor’s Note: The reference to a dead deer in a Nov. 4 report beinga Democrat” was a late night Beacon attempt at humor. It was NOT part of the Hebron Police incident report.

• Nov. 11: A Lakewood Drive mother reported a problem with her son’s cell phone. A virus was affecting the phone.

• Nov. 12: An open dock door was reported at Allied Tube. Po lice with Buckeye Lake Police checked the building. Everything was OK and the door was secured.

• Nov. 12: Police were asked to check on a Licking County Sheriff’s Office deputy that was not responding to radio calls. He was OK.

• Nov. 13: A Kelly Drive resident complained about a barking dog at 6:45 a.m. Police didn’t hear any barking.

• Nov. 13: Police were called to the Kroger store on a shoplifter that had fled the store.

• Nov. 13: A Kelly Drive resident reported that a neighbor’s dog was tied up outside when the temperature was 25 degrees. No one was home when police arrived at 6:15 p.m. Police checked later and the dog had been taken inside.

• Nov. 13: A driver was cited for a traffic light violation at East Main Street and Arrowhead Boulevard.

• Nov. 13: A Greenbriar Lane resident reported that someone had pried the trim off around his front door in an effort to gain entry. The door was still locked and nothing was missing. Police took photos and a report.

• Nov. 15: Police made a traffic stop on West Main Street at Lakewood Drive. The driver was cited for driving under suspension and expired tags.

• Nov. 15: Police checked Ohio 79 for a reported truck driving northbound in the southdisciplining bound lanes. Police had negative contact.

• Nov. 15: Police made a traffic stop on South High Street for a marked lanes violation. The driver was charged with that violation and OVI.

• Nov. 16: Police were called to a West North Street home on a complaint that the father of her children had shown up there unannounced to see his children. Police said it was a civil matter. The father left without incident.

• Nov. 17: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Office by handling a deer-vehicle crash on Ohio 79 north of the village limits.

• Nov. 17: An East Main Street resident reported the theft of a package.

• Nov. 17: Police were dispatched to a Canal Road apartment on a report of an active fight. There was no fight but the resident was advised to keep the noise down.

• Nov. 17: An East Main Street resident complained that his neighbor keeps driving through his back yard. The neighbor said the property owner gave him permission. Police told him to stop driving thru the backyard until they can verify that he has the property owner’s permission.

• Nov. 17: A Greenbriar Lane resident reported that his neighbor hit the neighbor’s dog with a belt. He wanted police to check on the dog’s welfare. The dog checked out OK. The owner was advised about the dog.

• Nov. 17: Police assisted Buckeye Lake Police on a traffic stop after police said the driver came back with an active warrant and noted violent tendencies. The driver was arrested.

• Nov. 18: A North 6th Street resident reported someone knocking on her front and rear doors at 5:24 a.m. Police checked the area with negative contact. There were no footprints in the snow.

• Nov. 18: A Canal Road apartment resident was asked to keep down the noise from his children.

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