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June 22

– Michael Glass of Faye Avenue was arrested for trespassing, inducing panic and disorderly conduct by intoxication after an employee at Brown Memorial Home reported he was ringing the doorbell and banging on the door at the facility, and emergency squad members could not bring a patient out of the building because he was causing a problem.

– A medic from the Circleville Fire Department was requested as mutual aid by the Harrison Township Fire Department for a house fire in South Bloomfield.

– Brandon H. Rooker was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication after a 911 caller reported they were involved in a domestic dispute earlier and he was now beating on the door so hard she thought he was going to break it in the 900 block of South Court Street.

– James M. Bates was arrested in the 100 block of Cottage Hill Lane for an outstanding warrant from Ross County and disorderly conduct by intoxication after officers received several calls that he was pounding on doors and windows at the residence and causing problems with neighbors.

– A caller reported four males were chasing him on bicycles in the alley behind Duke and Duchess on East Main Street. The caller was transported to his residence, and a report was taken on menacing.

– An officer reported a nuisance complaint on tall grass for three residences on South Scioto Street, one residence on Harrison Street, one residence on Watt Street, one residence on South Washington Street, one residence on East Ohio Street, one residence on Mingo Street, one residence on Cedar Heights Road, one residence at Dunkle Road and Edgewood, one residence on East Franklin Street, one residence at South Pickaway and Corwin streets, one residence on Clinton Street, one residence on Sunshine Street and one residence on East Mound Street.

– A resident in the 500 block of Nicholas Square reported the theft of a bicycle. The bicycle was at the police station and was returned to its owner.

– An employee from the Berger Hospital emergency room requested assistance with a suicidal male who was trying to leave the hospital. The subject checked OK and was advised about disorderly behavior.

– A resident in the 500 block of Northridge Road came to the police station to report her vehicle had been struck and damaged, and she believed it occurred at Kroger the week before. A report was taken.

– A Chillicothe resident came to the police station to report a vehicle title had been forged. A report was taken on forgery.

– Officers responded to an activated alarm in the 500 block of Edgewood Drive. The scene checked OK.

– A resident came to the police station to report an older male followed her through Dollar General on North Court Street as she was shopping and tried to talk to her and get her name. As she was leaving, another vehicle approached, and the male left the scene. Information was obtained.

– Officers responded to reports of a vehicle driving recklessly eastbound on Route 22 West. The subject checked OK but was warned about marked lanes.

– A resident in the 100 block of Edison Avenue reported a vehicle had been doing donuts in the parking lot earlier. The suspected driver was advised of his driving habits.

– A 911 caller reported a vehicle was driving recklessly and nearly ran her off the road heading eastbound on Northridge Road from Court Street. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.

– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Circleville Fast Freeze on Edison Avenue. The scene checked OK. While on the scene, the officer took a report on an assault unrelated to the alarm, and a medic was requested.

– A resident in the 400 block of Stella Drive reported finding a threatening note on her vehicle, then discovered it was a prank. She advised she would call back if it happened again.

– Officers responded to a 911 call that was later determined to be accidental.

– Officers responded to reports of possible trespassing in the 100 block of Cottage Hill Lane. The subjects checked OK and were allowed to be at the residence.

– Officers responded to a 911 call reporting a large fight in the area of Huston and Scioto streets. The officers on the scene advised all parties left the area.

– A resident in the 900 block of South Court Street requested an officer due to extensive damage to his apartment. A report was taken on criminal damage.

June 23

– Clark A. Cassady of Blaine, Kentucky, was arrested for physical control of a motor vehicle after an officer discovered him intoxicated and passed out behind the wheel of a car at Goodchild Road and Circle Lane.

– An officer traveled to Scioto Downs to take custody of Charles W. Buskirk, who was arrested by Grove City Police on an active warrant from Circleville. He was transported to the Pickaway County Jail.

– A resident in the 1000 block of South Pickaway Street reported he allowed three homeless females to sleep on his couch, and when he woke them in the morning, they became hostile and one threw items at him. He reported the three were outside being loud and cursing. The females left prior to the officer’s arrival.

– A resident reported he left his bicycle and backpack at the gazebo at the Pickaway County Library, but when he came out they were gone. A report was taken.

– A resident came to the police station to report he believed several known subjects were preying on his mother-in-law. Officers advised it was a civil matter, and no report was taken.

– Sandra L. Downs of Laurelville, was arrested on an outstanding warrant after a property damage accident at South Washington and Barnes. A report was taken on the accident, warrant arrest and possession.

– A caller from the city pool reported a male subject was at the location upset and threatening staff members. The officer advised the male left the scene and was upset about staff moving his clothes out of the rain.

– Extra patrol was requested in the 100 block of East Mill Street after a resident reported juveniles were leaving garbage in the alley and causing disturbances, and they kept cutting across her yard.

– A resident came to the police station to report an issue with his landlord in the 300 block of South Court Street. The officer advised it was a civil issue.

– Officers responded to a property damage accident in the 100 block of Lancaster Pike. The drivers exchanged information.

– A caller reported juveniles darting in and out of traffic in the area of Mill and Pickaway streets. Officers were unable to locate the juveniles.

– A caller reported a suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of Reber Avenue. The subject checked OK.

– A resident in the 100 block of Gale Court reported someone kept calling her over and over. The officer attempted to make contact with the offending subject but was unable to locate. A door hanger was left at her residence.

– A caller reported he let a male subject borrow his cell phone several hours earlier, and it had not yet been returned. The phone was later recovered.

– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street reported a loose dog in the alley that was eating a dead cat and growled at her when she walked by. The dog warden was notified and handled the scene.

– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Couglin Automotive on U.S. Route 23. The alarm was determined to be accidental.

– Extra patrol was requested in the 100 block of East Mill Street due to suspicious activity by juveniles in the area.

This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal