– A resident requested extra patrol in the area of East Main and South Court Street as she walked from the Duke and Duchess gas station to her residence beside Dairy Queen. A short time later, the female reported she had made it home and checked OK. The call was canceled.
– A resident in the 300 block of East Mill Street reported his sister was at the residence and was unwelcome due to a history of drug abuse. A report was taken on criminal damage, and the female left the residence. The caller declined charges at that time.
– Officers responded to reports of an activated CO alarm in the 400 block of Watt Street. The fire department handled the scene, but nothing was found.
– An employee at Taco Bell reported a possible gas leak. The fire department handled the scene, and company maintenance was informed and en route for repairs.
– A resident in the 400 block of Ridgedale Drive reported suspicious activity on his bank account. A report was taken on theft.
– Reynoldsburg Police reported a 28-foot trailer stolen from Whitehall could possibly be in the city. Officers were unable to locate the trailer, and the Reynoldsburg Police Department was advised.
– A caller reported a cleaning crew in the area of Brooks-Yates School on South Pickaway Street located a couple of water bottles that were possibly used to make meth. Officers reported the items were not drug-related.
– The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office advised they received a call from a female reporting broken eggs and glass inside an apartment in the 100 block of Caroline Court. An officer then stood by as a female picked up property from the residence.
– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street reported she was threatened over the Internet, and the threats included sexual references. The officer advised there were no threats or harassment.
– A resident in the 100 block of Rustic Drive reported his tires had been slashed. A report was taken on vandalism.
– An anonymous caller reported a known female subject was going car to car at the Ohio Market asking questions, and the caller believed she was under the influence of drugs. Officers were unable to locate the female.
– A resident in the 500 block of East Main Street advised he had been accused of stealing a TV from a resident’s apartment, but he was actually moving it for safekeeping when he saw an eviction notice and could not find the other resident. The officer advised the caller no theft had been reported.
– A resident in the 200 block of North Scioto Street reported an employee with In-Home Health Care set up an appointment and came to her home to provide medical attention. After the employee left, the caller said she called the company, and they advised her no one by that name worked for them. The officer advised the caller to contact the police department immediately if the subject returns.
– A resident in the 200 block of Third Avenue reported her ex-boyfriend physically harmed her. A report was taken on assault.
– The Norfolk Southern Police Department advised there were three subjects lying on the railroad tracks at the West High Street crossing who moved just prior to a train going through. Officers were unable to locate the subjects. The Norfolk Southern operator then called back to advise five or six males “playing chicken” with a train at the South Washington Street crossing, and all were carrying skateboards. Officers again were unable to locate the subjects.
– A caller reported an open door on one of the trucks at Pickaway Diversified in the 500 block of Lancaster Pike. The officer advised the back of a box truck was open and the vehicle was empty, but the scene appeared to check OK.
– A resident in the 300 block of Logan Street reported his neighbor was calling him a “druggie.” Both parties were advised to avoid contact with each other if they could not get along.
– A caller advised a male was assaulting a female in the parking lot at PICCA on East Ohio Street. Officers were unable to locate the victim, who was reportedly bleeding and with two children.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Circle Auto Parts on East Franklin Street. The business checked OK.
– A caller reported three juveniles on the roof of the Lighthouse Baptist Church (the former Court Street Elementary School building) on South Court Street. The juveniles were located, but the victim declined to press charges. A report was taken on trespassing.
– A resident in the 400 block of East Union Street reported she just got home and discovered her home had been ransacked, possibly by known subjects. A report was taken on burglary.
– A Worthington resident reported a male was asleep behind the wheel of his vehicle at South Pickaway and East Main streets. The male checked OK.
– An anonymous caller reported a male subject and his son were fist fighting in the front yard in the 300 block of Logan Street. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call and reported they could hear a female yelling in the background, but a male told dispatchers to cancel the call. He informed the address was 342 East Pickaway. Officers checked 324 and 342 South Pickaway and South Washington streets and advised no such address exists. Dispatchers received no answer on the call-back, and officers were unable to locate the correct address.
– A caller advised of a possible drunk driver headed into the city from Tarlton. Officers located the vehicle in the 800 block of Kingston Court, but it was parked in the driveway and unoccupied.
– Officers responded to an activated fire alarm at the YMCA on Nicholas Drive. The fire department handled the scene.
– A resident in the 300 block of South Western Avenue reported someone had stolen his dog, and he knew where the dog was located. A report was taken on theft.
– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street reported he bailed his sister out of jail and believed she was breaking the conditions of her bond. A well-being check was performed, and juveniles at the residence checked OK.
– A caller reported seeing a male strike a small toddler in the head and shoulder and curse at him at Speedway on Lancaster Pike. Officers made contact with the clerk, who advised they did not see anything in the area, but they were unable to locate the vehicle.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Gibby’s on West Main Street. The scene checked OK.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal