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Police activity reports



Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• May 29: Two drivers were each cited for running a stop sign.

• May 29: A Newark man said a woman was suspiciously following him. She was identified and parties were advised.

• May 31: A Cliff Street man reported someone broke into his shed and stole several items. Police are warning residents to lock doors and sheds, and watch for intruders. There has been a recent increase in the number of breaking and entering incidents, particularly involving sheds.

• June 1: An officer recognized a man with a warrant for his arrest. The man was taken into custody and transported to Licking County jail.

• June 1: A Leroy Street woman said someone broke into her shed and stole a lawn implement.

• June 1:Police responded to two alarm drops at the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club. Both times the area checked secure.

• June 2: A man was arrested for theft at the Goodwill store.

• June 2: A Walnut Road woman said someone broke into her shed and stole two bicycles, a motor scooter, and damaged a lawn mover.

• June 2: A Worth Drive man said his brother, who has been living with him, was abusing drugs and threatening him. The man asked an officer to tell his brother not to return to the house other than to gather his belongings.

• June 2: Police assisted Hebron Police with a traffic stop.

• June 3: Police received a complaint of a possible impaired driver with a child in the vehicle who was not properly restrained. The officer found the child was properly restrained and the driver was not impaired.

• June 3: Police assisted Hebron Police with a traffic stop.

• June 3: A woman reported her abandoned vehicle was stolen from a W. 1st Street lot.

• June 5: Police received a report that several cats were living in a van parked at a hotel. The cats’ owner said the cats were not allowed in the room so they were staying in the van. The cats had plenty of food and water and were well maintained.

• June 5: Police assisted a man who was locked out of his vehicle.

• June 5: A driver was cited for traveling 46 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• June 5: Police received a report of a suspicious male who was hanging around two smaller children.

• June 5: Police received a report of a suspicious white van moving very slowly through Leisure Village.

• June 4: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office in looking for a person with an arrest warrant who ran from a deputy.

• June 5: Police received a report of some found property. Property was located and recovered.

• June 5: Police were asked to check on a person. The person was fine and a message was delivered.

• June 5: A Walnut Road resident reported a missing vehicle. The vehicle owner believed his nephew took it and had yet to return it.

• June 8: A Walnut Road man reported several firearms and other items removed from his home.

• June 9: Police found a door open on a trailer, which had been burglarized the previous day. No one was home and nothing was out of place.

• June 9: Police barred a man from the skate park for 30 days because the man was causing problems and yelling obscenities.

• June 10: A Walnut Road woman said she was receiving threats, but wasn’t ready to file a formal complaint.

• June 10: Police were called about a raccoon on a porch.

• June 10: An East Street woman reported a stolen vehicle.

• June 11: A Walnut Road woman reported she was assaulted. She was uninjured, but wanted a man to leave her residence. He complied.

• June 11: Policer received a complaint of a man going door to door, asking for a lighter, and screaming and yelling.

• June 11: A complaint about gunshots fired may have been fireworks.

• June 11: Police received a complaint of an unruly person at a West 7th Street residence.

• June 11: Police responded to an alarm drop at Donato’s Pizza. The area checked secure.

• June 11: Driver was cited for running a stop sign.

• June 11: Driver was cited for traveling 56 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• June 11: Officer was dispatched to a Walnut Road residence about an issue involving two juveniles.

• June 12: Driver cited for traveling 51 in a 35 miles per hour zone.

• June 12: Driver cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone.



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