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Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Buckeye Lake

• Aug. 4: Police were dispatched to an activated alarm at a Mill Dam Road business. Upon arrival, an employee said she was new on the job and had accidently set the alarm off. This was confirmed by another employee.

• Aug. 4: Police were dispatched to a Park Street location where the complainant pointed out that her car windshield was shattered. No signs of a point of impact could be found. The complainant was advised that the damage could be the result of the high heat the past few days.

• Aug. 4: Police were dispatched to a possible verbal domestic on West First Street. Police spoke to the male subject and his girlfriend. Both stated they got into a verbal dispute over family problems but it never got physical. Subjects were advised.

• Aug. 4: Police went to Stewart Ave on a warrant for a female who resides on Renner Street.

• Aug. 5: Police were dispatched to Hebron Road at Walnut Road for a disturbance related to fireworks. Police met with the subject in the area and advised him to stop letting off fireworks.

• Aug. 5: Police were dispatched to a Central Avenue residence on a report of a possible loud party with loud music. Upon arrival, there was no party and no music playing. The homeowner stated he did turn the music up then down and there was no party at the residence.

• Aug. 5: Police were dispatched to assist the Licking County Sheriff’s Office with a male subject who was intoxicated and having behavioral issues at Papa Boos. Assistance provided.

• Aug. 6: Police responded to a Cranberry Lane residence on a report of a theft of an outside decoration. Unknown suspects at this time. Victim wanted to file a report because this is the third time this has taken place.

• Aug. 6: Police were dispatched to assist Hebron Police with a menacing call that took place in Hebron, but the victim was in Buckeye Lake Estates. Police went with Hebron Police to the suspect’s house in Hebron and assisted with subject who has mental issues.

• Aug. 7: Police responded to a Seymour Avenue residence regarding a civil issue. The caller reported that he wanted his two roommates to move out. The male roommate was not at the residence and the female roommate said she was in the process of packing. Police ran her information through dispatch and found that she had a warrant out of Lancaster Police Department for animal abandonment. She was taken into custody and transported to the TA Truck Stop to meet with Lancaster Police Department.

• Aug. 7: Police received a phone call from a female Thornville resident who stated a known male subject who is a Elliott Avenue resident had taken her debit card and used it three times without her consent. Report taken and investigation is ongoing.

• Aug. 8: Police were dispatched to Cliff Street on a report of an abducted child. Upon arrival, police made contact with a homeless mother who stated that her son’s paternal grandmother had taken her minor child without permission. After involving Children’s Services, the complainant agreed to let the minor child stay with his grandmother and they would in turn all have a meeting with Children’s Services to resolve the matter. Police made contact with a caseworker and advised.

• Aug. 8: Police were dispatched to North Bank to assist Licking County Sheriff’s office on an alarm at the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club. All was found to be secure.

• Aug 8: Police issued a speeding citation to a driver from Baltimore. He was cited for going 49 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road near Leisure Village.

• Aug. 8: Police issued a citation for a female driver from Reynoldsburg for traveling 47 mph in a 35 mph zone on Walnut Road near Leisure Village.

• Aug. 9: Police responded to a complaint of suspicious persons and suspicious vehicles in the Pizza Cottage parking lot. Police spoke with the subjects and advised them to leave the property and they complied.

• Aug. 9: Police responded to a caller from W. First Street regarding a theft. Upon arrival, police made contact with the complainant who reported that her fishing poles were missing. Several children in the neighborhood stated they knew where they were and led the officer to the house where the fishing poles were recovered. The complainant did not wish to file a report at that time. All parties were advised.

• Aug. 9: Police were dispatched to investigate a complaint of a 911 hang up call. Upon arrival, a check was made of the area and nothing was found. The number came back to Wendy’s Restaurant. The manager stated that no one called 911 from their phone.

• Aug. 9: Police responded to a call from a female from Pataskala regarding a domestic issue on W. Seventh Street. Upon arrival, both husband and the wife admitted to the argument and that it was all verbal. The wife elected to leave the residence so the officer stood by while she removed personal belongings.

• Aug. 9: Police were dispatched to a Hebron Road address on a report of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, police were advised by the Licking County Sheriff’s office that the vehicle had not been stolen but that it had been repossessed. Advised complainant.

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