Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Feb. 18: A Walnut Road man said he picked up two women from Columbus, began arguing with them, and one threatened him physically. An officer located the two women; one had a warrant for her arrest out of Pickerington.
• Feb. 18: Police checked out a report of a person on their hands and knees in the snow along Hebron Road. Negative contact.
• Feb. 18: A Walnut Road woman said two suspicious males were looking into an apartment. Police said the apartment appeared empty and had negative contact with the men.
• Feb. 18: A West 1st Street man said his neighbor assaulted him. After speaking with the neighbor and another woman, it appeared as though a scuffle broke out between the three of them. They wanted charges pressed against each other, but the officer told them they would all be charged. They decided they did not want charges and would leave each other alone. The three were advised they would all be charged if there were any more problems.
• Feb. 19: Police were advised of a possible drunk driver. Police stopped the vehicle to find the driver was not intoxicated, but had driven 600 miles and was looking for a hotel room.
• Feb. 21: A women’s wallet was found and delivered to the police department. The owner was located and the wallet returned.
• Feb. 22: Police assisted the squad with a person suffering from an alcohol overdose.
• Feb. 22: Two missing siblings were reported. They were found returning to their residence. They were at an older sister’s apartment across the road.
• Feb. 1: Police responded to a loud music complaint at 7:39 a.m. on Elm Street.
• Feb. 1: Police responded to an alarm drop at Vance’s at 5:35 p.m. Everything checked out OK and secure.
• Feb. 1: Police made a traffic stop on Ohio 79 at US 40. The driver was cited for speed and marked lanes. He was also charge for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
• Feb. 2: Police stoodby as a couple exchanged belongings on North High Street.
• Feb. 2: Police were told that someone had turned the water on at a vacant mobile home.
• Feb. 2: A grandmother said her 15-year-old grandson was being unruly. Police were able to calm down the verbal argument.
• Feb. 2: Police recovered a license plat in the middle of East Main Street and contacted its owner.
• Feb. 3: Police were called about an active domestic dispute at an East Main Street home with a juvenile male threatening suicide with a knife. He was calmed down and taken to the hospital.
• Feb. 3: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Lake Forest Drive home. A family member accidentally tripped it.
• Feb. 4: Police made a traffic stop on East Main Street and ultimately charged the driver with OVI and having an open container.
• Feb. 4: Police heading back to Hebron saw a truck sitting di- agonally in the roadway near the intersection of Ohio 13 and Cristland Hills Road. Police checked on the driver and found that he had been drinking and was impaired. Police called the Licking County Sheriff’s Office who arrested the driver for OVI and brought him to the Hebron station for a BAC test.
• Feb. 4: Police took a private property crash report after a Canal Road apartment resident said his wife’s vehicle had been struck in the complex’s parking lot.