Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• Feb. 17: Police on patrol observed a reckless driver making the turn from Walnut Road onto Hebron Road. After running the plates, police determined that they did not belong to that vehicle. The driver was pulled over at Wendy’s where police saw an object being thrown out of the vehicle’s window. Police recovered the object and believed it contained marijuana. The driver later told police that a Tupperware container in the trunk might contain some “weed.” The driver said his license was under suspension and that the vehicle belonged to a relative. He had not obtained plates for the vehicle and it was not insured. The driver also admitted to consuming two beers and a shot but passed a field sobriety test. Police impounded the vehicle and issued citations for driving under suspension, use of illegal license plates and for possession of marijuana. Police transported the man to a Millersport residence.
• Feb. 21: Police assisted the Sheriff’s Office in locating a possible suicidal subject in a black jeep with Florida plates.
• Feb. 21: Police responded to a report of loud music in the area of W. Third and Essex Streets. A subject at the park reported that the person with the loud music had left.
• Feb. 22: A driver was warned about a red light on Hebron Road.
• Feb. 23: Police cited a driver for going 46 mph in a 35 mph zone.
• Feb. 24: Police checked out a report of a dog tied up outside of a trailer on West First Street. Owners were advised.
• Feb. 25: Police responded to a complaint from the manager of Taco Bell regarding a silver Ford van that was left unattended in the parking lot for four days. The van was towed to the village impound lot.