– A Circleville EMT requested officers check the residence of a subject transported to the hospital for two suspicious males on the scene at the time of the call. Officers were unable to locate anyone at the residence.
– An employee at PNC Bank on East Main Street reported finding the door unlocked when she arrived at work. Officers located a member of the cleaning personnel on the scene. Checked OK.
– A property owner on East Mound Street reported former tenants had moved but left two vehicles parked on the street in front of the residence.
– An officer assisted with a disabled vehicle in the intersection of West Ohio and South Court streets.
– A resident in the 500 block of South Scioto Street reported two young males came to the door the night before rattling the screen door, then just came back to her door but ran when they saw her. The district unit was advised to be on the lookout.
– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street reported a Pit Bull was in the rear alley growling at his children. The dog warden was notified, and a neighbor was advised and agreed to go out and look for their dog.
– An employee at Kroger reported they had a subject detained for shoplifting. No charges were filed, but a report was taken.
– An employee at Fast Lane Marathon reported the owner of the ATM machine at the property was on scene removing the ATM. Officers advised it was a civil matter.
– A 911 caller reported an active fight in the area of East Mound and South Washington streets. Officers took a report on disorderly conduct regarding a verbal dispute over a vehicle stuck in the snow.
– A caller reported suspected drug activity in the Walmart parking lot, and the vehicle left heading northbound on South Court Street. Tyler Eugene Cassidy of Amanda was arrested following a traffic stop, and a report was taken on drug abuse.
– Officers responded to reports of a male who appeared to be impaired in a vehicle parked on East Franklin Street. The driver advised he just fell asleep. Checked OK.
– An employee of The Savings Bank reported bad checks written by a known subject. A report was taken on forgery.
– A resident reported while she was away in Florida, her boyfriend moved all of her belongings out of their residence and would not let her or her children back inside. The caller hung up before an officer was able to take the call, and it was listed as a civil problem.
– Robert Rapp, 55, was arrested for OVI and possession of drugs in the 100 block of Morris Road.
– A property owner in the 500 block of East Union Street reported damage to her rental property by the previous tenants. A report was taken on criminal trespass and criminal damage.
– Officers responded to reports of suspicious activity in the 500 block of East Union Street with subjects in an SUV parked out front. The vehicle was discovered to have missing license plates, but its owner was not on the scene. Officers made contact with the vehicle’s owner, who advised she did not want to pursue charges. The vehicle was impounded.
– A resident in the 400 block of East Ohio Street reported her wallet was stolen.
– A 911 caller reported a male walking in the roadway on South Court Street at the railroad tracks. The male was located and transported back to his residence. Checked OK.
– Jessica Eveland, 29, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear from the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office after a caller reported she “took a bunch of medication and has now jumped over the fence” in the 100 block of East High Street. She was located behind the Herald building and was transported by an officer to the Fairfield/Pickaway county line for transfer of custody.
– Officers responded to a noise complaint in the 500 block of Gumm Place.
– The city’s canine unit assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol in the area of Ohio and Washington streets.
– A resident in the 100 block of York Street reported she was being harassed by someone over the phone. A report was taken on telephone harassment.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Schieber Family Pharmacy on Lancaster Pike. The scene checked OK.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal