Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• July 21: Police were called to the Peoples Bank on a report of unauthorized charges on a checking account. Police took a report and are investigating.
• July 21: Police were called to a West Mulberry Street home on a report of checks stolen by a family member. The brother was wanted on an outstanding warrant. He was arrested and transported to Pickerington to be turned over to Reynoldsburg Police.
• July 21: Police were called to the Baltimore Family Dental office on South Main Street on a report of a lockout. Entry was gained.
• July 22: Police were called to the Alt Park area on a report of an alarm sounding. No contact.
• July 23: Police took a report on the theft of a GPS unit from a vehicle on Fairview Avenue.
• July 25: Police were called to a West Market Street home on a report of a domestic dispute. The female half agreed to leave for the evening.
• Aug. 2: A verbal confrontation between two young men ended after police told them to stay away from each other and off each other’s property or face criminal charges. However, later in the day one young man’s father demanded the other young man’s arrest and charges filed after hearing about the incident.
• Aug. 4: A W. 2nd Street resident said someone placed nails in her yard and she was concerned the lawn mower might launch one of the nails at a person. Some children in the area said they may have witnessed someone tossing nails.
• Aug. 4: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• Aug. 4: A driver was cited for traveling 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• Aug. 4: A resident reported the theft of a water softener; it was actually repossessed.
• Aug. 5: A W. 3rd Street woman said a man in her home may have experienced a heroin overdose. The man regained consciousness and admitted to using heroin. He was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital. Charges are pending.
• Aug. 5: A Walnut Road woman said an argument with her son escalated until he slapped her. She said similar incidents had occurred so she decided to press assault charges against her son.
• Aug. 5: A Hebron man said he hired a person to work on a Renner Street property, but the person didn’t finish the job ad was replaced. The man said the replaced worker broke into his property and removed some tools.
• Aug. 6: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Taco Bell. Everything checked secure.
• Aug. 6: Police checked out a loud music complaint. At the residence, police “could hardly hear” any music. The homeowner was advised.
• Aug. 6: A caseworker asked an officer to check on a woman who had been sick for more than a week without visiting a doctor. The woman’s mother said she had been to the doctor but wasn’t specific about where and when.
• Aug. 6: A Union Avenue woman said her boyfriend attacked her while he was holding a knife. The boyfriend fled the scene before police arrived. The woman didn’t want charges pressed, but the officer told her that was the county prosecutor’s decision.
• Aug. 7: Police responded to an alarm drop at the Eagles’ lodge. Everything checked secure.
• Aug. 7: Officer was considering pulling a car over for speeding and discovered the driver had a warrant for her arrest out of Zanesville.
• Aug. 8: A North Lynnwood Circle woman said she was suspicious of a man who knocked on her door claiming he could lower her electric bill.
• Aug. 8: A Walnut Road woman asked for assistance to convince a man to leave her home.
• Aug. 8: A driver was cited for driving under suspension.
• Aug. 8: Several drivers were cited for squealing tires and loud exhaust.
• Aug. 9: A Leroy Street man said his neighbor’s surveillance camera covers his yard where his children play as well.
• Aug. 9: Officer discovered a large unattended bonfire near Leroy Street. The fire department was contacted.
• Aug. 9: A Beacon Light Lane resident sad someone left a girls bicycle on his property. The bike was impounded for safekeeping at the police department.
• Aug. 9: Two juveniles emptied a fire extinguisher in the KOA campground game room. They also stole a watermelon. The officer had the juveniles clean the game room.
• June 13: Police assisted the Licking County Sheriff’s Office with a possible OVI on Ohio 37 near Refugee Road. The driver was not intoxicated.
• June 14: Police stopped a vehicle after the driver ran a stop sign at Water Street and US 40. The driver was cited for misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
• June 14: Police assisted a deputy with a traffic stop on I-70. The deputy discovered several small baggies of marijuana. The driver was charged and released from the scene.
• June 14: A driver was cited for going 66 mph in a 50 mph zone.