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Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• May 22: A Newark woman asked an officer to check on her friend, a Buckeye Lake resident, who was in a domestic dispute with her husband. The friend was contacted and advised.

• May 22: Police learned that a man who was suspected of passing counterfeit bills had an active warrant out of Heath. The man was arrested.

• May 22: A Walnut Road woman requested a civil standbywhen she gave her husband some belongings, but the husband never arrived.

• May 22: Police were called about a verbal argument at Donato’s. A couple was advised not to argue at the restaurant.

• May 23: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone and driving under suspension.

• May 23: A Lancaster woman was cited for wrongful entrustment.

• May 24: Police assisted the squad with a possible overdose.

• May 25: An Union Avenue woman reported that her neighbor’s recreational vehicle was vandalized, as well as her camper and boat and her brother’s camper. A neighbor’s house was also vandalized.

• May 26: Police were called about an unruly juvenile. The juvenile complained of pain and said he broke up with his girlfriend. He was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital.

• May 26: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• May 26: A Central Avenue throw a rabbit carcass on a neighbor’s roof. The neighbor was not home at the time.

• May 27: A Western Avenue woman said she was having difficulty with her teenage son.

• May 28: Police were called about an argument at a W. 7th Street residence. Alcohol was involved and the parties were separated.

• May 29: A mother told police that her juvenile son texted his girlfriend, saying he had run away. Police contacted the girlfriend who said the juvenile was at a friend’s house. The juvenile was detained and released to his mother.

• May 29: A Central Avenue woman said her fence was opened and may be vandalized. Patrols were increased in the area.

• May 29: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• May 29: A motorcyclist was cited for no operator’s license and no eye protection.

• May 29: A W. 3rd Street woman reported a fight between two 17-year old-women. The fight victim’s mother wanted to file assault charges against the aggressor.

• May 29: Police mediated an argument between two residents regarding the purchase of a saw. Parties were advised.

• May 29: A Neel Avenue man requested a civil standby while his girlfriend moved out. He believed she planned to remove “everything” from the house.

• May 30: A Myers Avenue woman said someone vandalized her home. She said the vandal was impaired and no longer welcome at her home.

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