Compiled from selected police activity reports.
.• June 20: Police checked with two juveniles after neighbors complained about their behavior. Police determined that they weren’t violating any laws.
• June 20: A physician asked police to find a patient who wasn’t aware of a serious medical condition that the doctor had just discovered. The patient was located and safely transported to Licking Memorial Hospital.
• June 21:Police were dispatched to the McDonald’s parking lot where an undercover Fairfield County agent was holding a person at gunpoint. The officer helped arrest the person, whom the officer said had a warrant for his arrest and had attempted to escape custody. The person being held was found to be in possession of heroin and meth. Two of the person’s associates, who were staying at a nearby hotel, also were wanted on warrants and were arrested without incident.
• June 21: A person with two felony warrants ran away from police through a large cornfield.
• June 22: Police were asked to check on a person at a West Second Street residence. The person would not answer his cell phone and he was not at home when police checked.
• June 22: Police were dispatched to check on a person who reported being off his medication and having suicidal thoughts.
• June 23: An officer assisted the squad with an unresponsive person. The person began responding and may have been on narcotics. The person was transported to Licking Memorial Hospital.
• June 23: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Mill Dam Road address. The area checked secure.
• June 23: Police contacted a woman who may have been the victim of an assault. The woman said she and her boyfriend were physically fighting each other and she did not wish to press charges about the incident.
• June 24: A man told an officer his mother refused to take her medication and he was concerned. The mother was found not to be of harm to herself. Her son transported her to Licking Memorial Hospital for evaluation.
• June 25: Police were called to a Cliff Street residence on a broken window complaint.
• June 25: A driver was cited for traveling 48 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• June 25: A driver was cited for traveling 47 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• June 25: A belligerent person threatened an officer, refused to cooperate with the officer, and attempted to escape custody.
• June 25: Police responded to an alarm drop at PetPlex Animal Hospital. The area checked secure.
• June 25: Police checked out a complaint of people smoking marijuana near the Duke service station. No one smoking marijuana was found.
• June 26: Officers conducted a welfare check on a person who was not taking her medication properly. The person’s husband agreed to contact their family doctor.
• June 26: A driver was cited for traveling 53 in a 35 miles per hour zone.
• June 26: A driver was cited for running a stop sign and expired tags.
• June 27: Police checked out a report of trespassing.
• June 27: Police were called to a Walnut Road residence on a report of domestic dispute. Reports were taken and charges were filed.
• June 28: A stray dog was transported to PetPlex Animal Hospital, then to the dog warden.
• June 28: Police were called to a Walnut Road address on a report of an active domestic dispute. A man there said he believed his wife was cheating on him. She flatly denied the accusation but said she no longer wanted to remain in the relationship.
• June 28: Police checked out an aggressive animal complaint on Park Street.
• June 28: A Meyers Avenue resident reported the theft of several lawn ornaments.
• June 29: A Walnut Road woman told police that friends of a person whom she dated were harassing her.
• June 29: A guardian said a juvenile for whom she was caring ran away from home. The juvenile was located at a friend’s house.