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Fairfield County Top Incidents for Week of Decemeber 28th


Fairfield – Top incidents that happened last week in Fairfield county

Dec. 28, 2020

*Larceny, Heimberger Rd, Caller advised someone attempted to file unemployment claim with the caller’s information.

*Larceny, Cherry Bend, Caller advised her bank account was compromised and three checks had been written against the account totaling $900.00 *Larceny, Richland Rd, Caller advised someone attempted to file unemployment claim with the caller’s information.

*Vandalism, Baltimore-Somerset Rd, Caller advised someone hit and damaged the caller’s mailbox and left.

*Accident, Sugar Grove Rd/ Savage Hill Rd, Lobby contact in reference to an accident that occurred 12/24/2020. *Accident, Columbus-Lancaster Rd, Items fell off a trailer and caller ran over it.

*Larceny, Election House Rd, Lobby contact reference to a theft. *Larceny, Stemen Rd, Phone report in reference to packages being stolen from the caller’s mailbox.

*Property damage accident, Harmon Rd, Caller stated vehicle all over the roadway, driver pulled into the 10000 block of Harmon Rd turned around in the yard and got the vehicle stuck. Driver was arrested for OVI.

*Domestic, Pleasantville Rd, Caller advised his ex-boyfriend showed up to her work and hit the caller’s vehicle with a tire iron. Units arrived and male ran on foot, but units were able to detain the suspect. Male was arrested.

*Vandalism, Alspach Rd, Caller’s vehicle was keyed.

*Larceny, N. Columbus St, Catalytic converters stolen off two vehicles. *Larceny, Juniper Rd, Caller advised she received an unemployment Bank card with her name on it.

*Larceny, N. Crossett Ct, Caller advised she received an unemployment card addressed to her home with someone else name on it.

Dec. 29, 2020

*Recovered Stolen Vehicle/Narcotics, Lancaster St., Millersport – Deputies made contact with a suspicious person in the strip mall on Lancaster St. She advised that her vehicle was overheating and inquired where the nearest gas station was. She was advised and left the area and went to Circle K. The Deputy was attempting to run her information and LEADS was not kicking back any information. After the female pulled away, LEADS came back with a stolen vehicle alert. Deputies then went and made contact with the female again at Circle K where she was ultimately arrested for Receiving Stolen Property as well as there was methamphetamine located in the car.

*Criminal Damaging, Greenlawn Ave. NE – Female stated that someone had busted out her rear window of her van as well as slashed the tires on her Toyota Mini Van.

*Theft, Blacklick Eastern Rd., Caller states his identity was stolen. *Theft, Wilson Rd., Caller states his identity was used to file for unemployment.

*Theft, Winchester Blvd…caller states her purse was stolen while inside the store.

*Auto Accident, Gender Rd…caller states someone backed into her vehicle. Two vehicles non injury accident.

*Auto Accident, N. Columbus St…two vehicles non injury accident.

*Assault, Oregon Rd. @ Lithopolis Rd…caller states a road rage incident occurred at this location. Elderly female exited her vehicle and walked up to another vehicle and assaulted the caller.

*Larceny, Winchester Rd, Theft from Walmart. *Injury accident, Duffy Rd, Vehicle roll over, after the roll over driver was able to drive the vehicle away, Female got out of the vehicle and walked away. Units drove the area and Lancaster was able to stop the vehicle in the city limits. Female was picked up by another party. Male was arrested for OVI.

Dec. 30, 2020

*Theft, 6647 Winchester Blvd., Canal Winchester (Walmart), Deputy took two reports of stolen money from this location.

*Auto Accident, Refugee Rd. @ Harmon Rd…. two vehicle non injury accident.

*Information, Logan Thornville Rd. South of Webb Summit Rd…vehicle sitting on roadway and was a traffic hazard. Vehicle is a Toyota Camry with two different plates on it. Vehicle was towed.

*Auto Accident, Winchester Blvd @ Gender Rd…two vehicle non injury accident.

*Theft, Coonpath nw, Theft of Christmas tree stand*Theft, Bickel Church Rd. NE, theft of meds*Theft, 6647 Winchester Blvd. Walmart, caller stated someone stole the tire off her car and replaced it with another.

Dec. 31, 2020

*Suspicious Person, Grandview Ave. – An unknown white male attempted entry into several vehicles in the area. Jan.1 2001

*OVI, Columbus-Lancaster Rd., Male subject was found to be intoxicated on the side of the road.

*Theft, Bixby Rd., Deputy while on patrol came across a construction trailer that looked like it been broken into. Upon further investigation the trailer had in fact been broken into and items taken.

Jan. 2, 1001

*Theft, Pearl St., caller state automobile parts are missing from his vehicle that is being worked on.

*Theft, N. Trine St., caller states his vehicle was broken into and his wallet was taken.

*Vandalism, Baker Rd., caller states his daughter’s car was damage by what appears to be a BB gun.*Theft, Bowen Rd., caller states several catalytic converters were taken off vehicles and entire exhaust system taken.

*Auto Accident, ST RT 664 @ US RT 22…non injury hit skip accident. Jan. 3, 2001*Assist another unit, Reynoldsburg-Baltimore Rd. The caller was found highly intoxicated in an office trailer on the property of AmeriGas. The subject stated that he woke up in one of the trucks on the property and went into the office trailer for warmth. The subject did not know how he got on the property or in the truck, the last thing he remembered was drinking with friends in Nelsonville. The property manager was contacted and after checking the property advised it did not appear that anything was missing. He was placed under arrest for trespassing and DOC and transported to jail.

*Injury accident-Lancaster-Newark Rd/ Pleasantville Rd. One vehicle into a ditch. Both the driver and passenger were transported to a hospital. The injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. While conducting an inventory of the vehicle, narcotics were recovered. *Narcotics, Deputies recovered a small amount of narcotics when they responded to a call at the Best Western on Prentis School Dr. The guests were causing a scene but fled before the Deputies arrived.

*Burglary, Lancaster Kirkersville Rd. The victims returned home from church to find a black car in their driveway. The victims assumed it was one of their grandchildren that had come to visit when they pulled in the driveway and hit the garage door opener in their car. The suspects fled in a hurry leaving a cigarette butt in the back yard.