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December 30

– Extra patrol was requested at Pickaway Diversified Industries on Lancaster Pike after a caller reported a male was seen checking windows at the business and talking to himself. Officers were unable to locate the subject.

– Officers responded to three separate alarms at the Pickaway-Ross building on East Mound Street. The scene checked OK.

– Noah Mead was arrested for OVI following a traffic stop on South Court Street near Ohio Street after a Pickaway County Sheriff’s deputy reported a possible drunk driver in the area. A report was taken on agency assist and OVI.

– A caller reported smoke in the area of South Washington Street at the railroad tracks. Officers were unable to locate any smoke.

– A caller reported a male with a book bag was sitting on the corner at Collins Court, and she thought it was suspicious. Officers determined the male was just waiting on a ride.

– Virgil Keaton was arrested on a warrant in the 400 block of Dearborne Avenue.

– A truck driver came to the police station to report product was stolen from one of his trucks while it was unloading at Dollar General on North Court Street. A report was taken on theft.

– Officers performed a stand-by for a custody exchange in the 300 block of East Mill Street.

– A resident in the 300 block of Watt Street came to the police station to report her daughter was receiving text messages from a juvenile male threatening to vandalize their residence. A report was taken on harassment.

– A Stoutsville resident reported he lost his wallet somewhere on Pontious Lane. Information was obtained.

– A resident came to the police station to pick up civil papers. Officers determined there was an active warrant for the resident, which was recalled by Circleville Municipal Court. A new court date was set.

– A caller reported finding a hypodermic needle on the ground between the sidewalk and the street in the 400 block of East Main Street. Officers located and disposed of the item.

– A resident in the 200 block of West Ohio Street reported someone smashed out the rear window of her vehicle. A report was taken on vandalism.

– A resident in the 300 block of East Mound Street reported his friend stole his dog and took it upstairs. He stated he believed he then jumped out the window. The caller was unable to locate the dog or make contact with the friend. A report was taken on theft.

– An officer performed a stand-by in the 500 block of North Court Street as the Health Department delivered a nuisance letter.

– A caller reported a suspicious vehicle was driving past the Brooks Yates School on South Pickaway Street and stopping in front of the school. Officers made contact with the subject, who advised she was teaching her son how to drive. The scene checked OK.

– A resident in the 1200 block of Norfolk Avenue reported her ex was threatening to damage a vehicle that belongs to her daughter. The officer went to the address where the vehicle was parked, and the vehicle was retrieved.

– Officers responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot at Dairy Queen on South Court Street. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.

– Officers responded to an activated alarm in the 600 block of North Court Street. The scene checked OK.

– A caller reported a juvenile at a residence in the 200 block of Sycamore Drive was threatening to assault him and smoking marijuana. Officers requested a medic for a juvenile patient for an unknown reason. A report was taken on a suicide attempt.

– Harrison Township Fire Department requested mutual aid for an injury accident on Cromley Road in Ashville, but the call was then canceled.

– An employee at Kroger reported they had a shoplifter detained at the store. A report was taken on theft, and a summons was issued.

– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Coughlin Automotive on U.S. Route 23. The scene checked OK.

– Officers responded to reports of loud music in the 300 block of Chatham Drive. The resident was advised to keep it down.

This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal