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Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• July 26: Police received a complaint of menacing from a Seymour Avenue resident. Upon arrival at the residence, police made contact with the female complainant but could not locate the female suspect. A few minutes later, she came up the roadway with Chief Hanzey and Union Township Officer Lucas. The chief ordered the suspect to be arrested for disorderly conduct. The subject was taken to the Licking County Justice Center by way of the Heath Fire Department and Licking Memorial Hospital. Two counts of DOC were filed.

• July 26: Police responded to a call from an unknown person regarding a possible burglary at a Seymour residence. No one was found at the residence. Two open doors were found and a check of the residence was conducted. The doors were secured.

• July 26: Police were dispatched to Leisure Village for a possible domestic. Both parties advised it was verbal only and there were no signs of assault. The female agreed to leave and go to her Mother’s in Newark where she resides. Parties were advised.

• July 27: Police responded to a report of shoplifting at Dollar General. The suspect had left the merchandise when confronted by the store staff. The clerk provided a description of the vehicle and a tag number. The tag came back to an expired plate, wrong type of car and color from information provided.

• July 27: Police cited a driver with traveling 46 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.

• July 28: Police cited a driver for an illegal U-turn at Hebron and Mill Dam Road.

• July 28: Police were dispatched to a vacant commercial building on Walnut Road after receiving a report of a suspicious vehicle and two male subjects. A male subject was found inside the building without permission. Subject was arrested and transported to jail. Charges were filed.

• July 31: Police were dispatched to the police department on an assault that took place in Leisure Village. Upon arrival, police met with the victim who reported that he went to the suspect’s residence to talk to the suspect’s father about money owed to him from working. The victim said that the suspect punched him in the mouth at which time the victim got in his car and drove to the police department. Police contacted the suspect who said he told the victim to get off his property numerous time but he would not leave. The suspect said he was getting angry and ended up punching the victim in the mouth. He didn’t want to fill out a statement but he did admit to the assault. The suspect was issued a summons for assault and given a mandatory court date in the Buckeye Lake Mayor’s Court.

• Aug. 1: Police cited a female driver for traveling 46 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 1: Police cited a female driver for traveling 48 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road.

• Aug. 2: Police were dispatched to a First Street residence to assist the squad with a possible overdose. Upon arrival, the officer knocked and announced his presence several times with no response. The front door was open. The officer advised Licking County Sheriff’s office that he was making entry. A search of the residence located a male subject who was unresponsive in a back room. The officer secured the scene and advised dispatch to send the squad. At least two doses of Narcan were administered with no response. Subject was loaded into the squad and transported to LMH where the officer was advised by the medic that the subject was given additional Narcan at the hospital. The male subject was later identified.

• Aug. 2: Police took a theft report from the sister of a deceased Highland Avenue resident. The sister who resides in Lewis Center, Ohio stated that a young man had been living with her sister. She said that when the young man moved out of the residence, he took several items that belonged to his sister. The report will be forwarded to the village prosecutor for review for possible charges.

• Aug. 2: Police responded to the village hall to do a welfare check on an elderly female who appeared to be lost and confused. The subject said she was having side pain. A squad was summoned and she was transported to LMH for evaluation. Her daughter was advised.

• Aug. 2: Police responded to a 911 hang up call. Upon arrival in the area, a female was located who was mowing grass. It was determined that she had pocket called 911.

• Aug. 2: Police were dispatched to a residence on Lake View Drive East for complaint of a possible prowler. Upon arrival, a check of the area was made but nothing was found.

• Aug. 2: A male subject visited the police department to ask about filing a report on a stolen camper. He was advised to bring in the owner whose name was on the title or to get the title put in his name and come back.

• Aug. 3: Police cited a Coshocton man for running a red light at Mill Dam Road.

• Aug. 3: Police took a report from a resident of the Carlin Addition who stated that a miter saw was stolen from a Lake View Drive construction site.

• Aug 4: Police responded to a Mill Street residence on a complaint of possible vandalism. A female complainant said that her sister poured bleach all over her and her children’s clothes destroying them.

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