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October 25

– An employee at Budget Host Inn on U.S. Route 23 reported locks were popped on two rooms, and a male subject ran out of one of them. No description or direction of travel was provided. A report was taken.

– An employee at Duke and Duchess on East Main Street reported two males attempted to purchase beer without an ID and were in the parking lot staring at the business. The males were located in front of the funeral home, and a warrant was discovered on file. An arrest was made.

– A caller reported he gave his car keys to a female who drove it away without permission. The vehicle was located and determined it was not stolen. It was a misunderstanding, and the vehicle was returned to its owner.

– A resident in the 300 block of East Main Street reported someone tried to break into her residence. A report was taken on attempted burglary.

– Officers performed a well-being check on a juvenile in the 300 block of Brown Street. Officers were unable to locate the subject.

– A resident in the 400 block of Stella Avenue reported her son was “out of his head on drugs” and tearing up the house. While on the phone, another 911 caller reported the male was on the roof in his underwear and had a laceration to his arm from busting out a window. Bret Taylor, 19, was arrested for underage alcohol and disorderly conduct, and he was transported to Berger Hospital for treatment.

– A resident in the 300 block of Long Street reported someone threw a brick through the window of the residence. A report was taken on criminal damage. The caller later reported finding another damaged window at the residence.

– A caller reported a male assaulted a female and pushed her into a vehicle, then drove away with her in the 500 block of South Court Street. A report was taken on a domestic complaint.

– A caller reported an SUV stuck on the railroad tracks south of Main Street. Norfolk Southern was advised to stop trains, and the tracks were cleared. A report was taken on a non-injury accident.

– A resident in the 100 block of East Mound Street reported a bicycle had been left on his property for several days. A report was taken on found property.

– A resident came to the police station to report his vehicle was damaged in the 200 block of Walnut Street.

– The Tarlton chief requested an officer in the 100 block of Pinckney Street. The call was handled.

– A resident in the 400 block of Lancaster Pike reported a known subject had been knocking on his door for 20 minutes and threatening him. The scene checked OK, and the subject was advised to stay off the property.

– A resident in the 100 block of Logan Street reported a non-custodial parent took the children after an argument. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.

– A resident in the 800 block of Kingston Court came to the police station to request information about protection orders and to report a known subject had keyed her car. A report was taken on criminal damaging.

– A caller reported she was receiving threats from her father over Facebook. A report was taken.

– A caller in the 800 block of South Scioto Street reported her son’s vehicle had been shot with a BB gun.

– A resident in the 500 block of North Court Street reported her son and his girlfriend were in an argument. A report was taken on unruly juveniles.

– Officers performed a well-being check in the 300 block of Northridge Road. The subject checked OK.

– A 911 caller reported hearing two gunshots coming from the area of Clark Drive and Nicholas Drive. Officers were advised.

– A caller reported a fight took place a few minutes before at Community United Methodist Church on North Pickaway Street. Both subjects were detained and released, and a report was taken on disorderly conduct by fighting.

– A resident in the 300 block of High Street reported she pulled up to her home and saw juveniles throwing objects at windows of a garage, but they left when she pulled up. No report was taken, as the scene appeared to be old damage.

– An employee at Duke and Duchess on East Main Street reported a female stuffed her purse full of items on her way out the door and left in an unknown direction of travel. A report was taken on theft.

– Charles Robb was arrested in the 200 block of West Mill Street after a caller reported a domestic dispute that had occurred earlier.

– Officers were requested to perform a well-being check on a subject in the 1000 block of Sunshine Street. Officers advised the subject moved to Chillicothe, and the caller was informed.

– A resident in the 400 block of Lancaster Pike reported he was being threatened by a known subject. A report was taken on trespassing.

– A Georgia resident requested a well-being check on a female who was supposed to be coming to Pumpkin Show but could not be located. The female was located at an address on Florence Chapel Pike and checked OK.

– A 911 caller reported someone was trying to break into the residence in the 300 block of East High Street. A report was taken.

October 26

– Officers responded to an activated alarm at the Rumpke transfer station on Hassle Drive. The scene checked OK.

– The Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office requested an officer check for front-end damage to a vehicle on Mace Drive that may have been involved in a hit-and-run in Fairfield County. The officer located the vehicle and advised the owner to contact the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office. A report was taken on an agency assist.

– Officers responded to a parking complaint at Circleville Municipal Court.

– Officers responded to a parking complaint on Walnut Street near South Washington.

– A resident came to the police station to request an officer stand-by while he collecting his property from an address in the 200 block of West Mill Street. The stand-by was completed.

– A caller from Berger Hospital stated a patient was being harassed. A report was taken.

– Officers responded to an activated alarm in the 300 block of East Ohio Street. The scene checked OK.

– Officers responded to reports of a suspicious person in a vehicle in the 600 block of Beverly Road. Officers were unable to locate the subject.

– A Lancaster resident came to the police station to report she saw a ring stolen from her more than a year ago at a pawn shop during Pumpkin Show. A report was taken on theft.

– A resident in the 300 block of East High Street reported her 12-year-old daughter was being unruly. The child was advised of her behavior.

– An anonymous caller reported finding some needles in a baggie in the alley behind the 100 block of East Union Street. Officers located and disposed of the items.

– A resident in the 300 block of East Mill Street reported a known subject tried to run him off the road. A report was taken on harassment.

– A 911 caller reported he heard yelling in an apartment in the 100 block of Lewis Avenue and believed a male was assaulting his daughter. The scene checked OK.

– An OnStar representative advised of an emergency activation button in a vehicle at Rural King with no answer back and requested a well-being check. The officer advised the scene checked OK.

– A resident in the 500 block of East Ohio Street reported a runaway juvenile. The juvenile was located and transported back home. The juvenile was advised of behavior, and no report was taken.

– An employee at Tractor Supply reported juveniles were coming into the store without shoes on and were asked to leave, but they kept loitering inside the building with no parental supervision. Officers were unable to locate the juveniles, but another complaint was later called in from the 400 block of East Main Street. The officer advised the juveniles to stay in their yard.

– The West Jefferson Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol advised a vehicle ran from a patrolman and the license plate returned to an address in Circleville. Officers checked for the vehicle but were unable to locate.

– Officers responded to a motorcycle accident at South Court and Franklin streets. Injuries were reported.

– The dog warden requested information about rescuing abandoned dogs on private property in the 100 block of South Washington Street.

– The Hillsboro Police Department requested officers make contact with a local resident regarding his father who needed a ride. The subject was advised.

– A New Holland resident came to the police station to turn in a purse she found at PNC Bank on East Main Street. The property was returned to its owner.

– A 911 caller reported a male and female screaming at each other in the 500 block of South Scioto Street. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.

– An employee at Holiday Inn Express reported receiving a call from a male stating he was a wanted felon. When she told him she didn’t have any rooms available, he stated he was coming there to sleep in the lobby. No threats were made, and extra patrol was requested.

This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal