Compiled from selected police activity reports.
* March 1 – Police received call of a male subject who sounded to be drunk. He had called 911 several time and became rude with the dispatchers. Upon arrival to the Walnut Road residence the male did appear to be intoxicated. He stated that he had some information to pass on to the police in reference to a drug dealer and could only find the 911 number in phone book for police. He was advised that the 911 number was for emergencies only and provided him with the non-emergency number.
* March 2: Police received complaint of a parking issue of a vehicle parking with it’s headlights shining into the Corner House Bar’s window every night. Police were not able to make contact with the owner of the vehicle in question.
* March 2 : A Buckeye Lake Storage manager reported a complaint of a subject found on video, breaking into storage units.
* March 2: Police responded to possible burglary on North Bank Road. Upon arrival, entry in the building had been made, but there were no signs of forced entry. Several items were found outside the building. Police advised the real estate agent.
* March 4: A driver was cited for a speeding violation. Driver had a fair attitude.
* March 4: Police were called to assist Hebron Police with a suicide attempt/impaired driver in front of the Yum-Yum in Hebron.