Week in Review – Top Incidents
Jan. 20, 2020
*Threats/Harassment: 11387 Main St., Stoutsville, Caller “R&G Mini Mart” employee, states a male subject was in the parking lot some type of weapon (hatchet). Suspect was taken into custody by Deputy and arrested; subsequently transported to Jail. (Subject was previously “trespassed” from the business by the owner.)
*Larceny, 166 N Broad St Bremen, Caller stated a customer stole a pack of cigarettes.
Jan. 21, 2020
*Burglary, Buckeye Rd., Caller states someone broke into the residence over the weekend.
*Theft, 2900 Columbus-Lancaster Rd., (Meijer) Caller states he has a male in custody for theft. Suspect was issued a summons and released.
*Structure Fire, Lancaster-Thornville Rd., Fully involved house fire. Several Fire Departments responded.
*Burglary, Tschopp Rd. Victim advised he’s unsure where the point of entry was, but he has numerous firearms missing.
Jan. 22, 2020
*Theft, Winchester Blvd., Caller stated she had her cell phone stolen.
*Theft, W. Point Rd SE., Caller states her Glock .40cal handgun stolen from the residence.
*Accident, Male who was suffering from low blood sugar. Pulled into the lot of Kwik Pak on Refugee Rd. Drove up on the sidewalk and struck the wall of the carryout. Medics transported to the hospital.
Jan. 23, 2020
*Recovered Stolen Vehicle, Blacklick-Eastern Rd. NE. Caller states he reported his vehicle stolen last night to Perry County S.O. He then stated he received a call that his vehicle was sitting at an abandoned house. Units responded and located said vehicle. Vehicle returned to owner.
*Theft, 2900 Columbus Lancaster Rd., Caller stated they had one detained for shoplifting and being uncooperative. Units responded and arrested the subject without incident.
*Theft: 6615 Winchester Blvd., Caller states a female came into the store and stole several items. Female arrested for theft and male arrested for narcotics.
*Counterfeit Money at BMV on Liberty Dr. Caller stated man attempted to pay fees with one of the bills being Movie picture money. When confronted male then paid with real money and left prior to unit’s arrival.
*Theft of a firearm, from Col. Estates, Victim stated firearm was last seen four months ago. Possible known subject.
*Attempted Burglary, Main St. Thurston. Female called and advised that a male was attempting to gain entry to the house. Male fled the scene prior to unit’s arrivals.
Jan. 24, 2020
*Theft, 2900 Columbus Lancaster Rd., Caller states male and female came into the store and stole several items. The suspects made it to a vehicle and fled the area. Lithopolis PD spotted the suspect vehicle and made a traffic stop. Stolen items were located and summons’ issued. All parties were trespassed from any Meijer stores.
*Burglary, Wagram Rd. Forced entry with theft of cash, jewelry and a handgun.
*B&E, Tarkiln Rd. to the garage. Victim advises two dirt bikes, tools and tire rims stolen.
Jan. 26, 2020
*Narcotics, 6647 Winchester Blvd (Walmart). Original call came in as a theft with two female suspects attempting to conceal items. Neither female passed last point of sale. One of the suspects was found to have Drug Paraphernalia on her. She was issued a summons and released.
*Traffic Stop, Waterloo/Winchester Rd. Deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle having fictitious plates. The vehicle was towed, and the license plates were seized.
*Accident/OVI, Refugee Rd. While patrolling the area, Deputy came across a vehicle stopped on the side of the road. Upon further investigation it was found that the driver struck a mailbox. The Deputy determined that the driver was impaired and was arrested for OVI. The vehicle was towed, and the driver taken to jail.
*Traffic stop, Roosters parking lot, Deputy initiated a traffic stop for lanes violations and determined that the driver was impaired. The vehicle was towed, and the driver was arrested for OVI and taken to jail.