– A 911 caller reported an intruder in her house in the 800 block of Pershing Drive. Officers checked the area of the residence and the scene was secured. Dispatch made contact with the caller and advised her.
– A resident reported a known male subject was driving recklessly up and down Faye Avenue for about two hours. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– Renee M. Richardson was arrested for OVI and possession after she called 911 to report she was sitting at a four-way stop at Ray Avenue and Lincoln Avenue and could not drive because she had consumed four beers. She also reported she was being threatened by a female.
– A Stoutsville resident reported her daughter was working at UDF on East Main Street after it closed and reported two suspicious males they believed were trying to get into the business. The caller advised she was pulling into the parking lot of the business while she was on the phone. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate anyone. The employees had already left the scene prior to the officers’ arrival.
– A caller reported two males in a white van had been following her while she was walking on East Main near North Pickaway Street. The subjects were no longer in the area. Officers advised if she saw the vehicle again to get a description and tag number.
– A resident in the 300 block of Faye Avenue reported a “tens unit” was damaged, possibly by one of his roommates. A report was taken on vandalism.
– An employee of the city service department reported the pool office had been broken into at Ted Lewis Park. A report was taken on breaking and entering.
– A caller reported an unknown male was walking southbound on South Court Street from the car wash asking people if they wanted to buy several items. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– Extra patrol was requested in the 100 block of West Union Street after a caller reported neighbors advising a suspicious male had walked through a few yards Tuesday and again on Thursday night.
– An officer took a theft report at Peebles on U.S. Route 23. Extra patrol was requested, and an officer walk-through was requested in the afternoons.
– A known female subject was reportedly causing problems at PARS on Highland Avenue. The subject was transported to Common Pleas Court.
– A 911 caller reported he arrived at his ex’s residence in the 200 block of South Scioto Street, and a known male subject assaulted him. A report was taken and charges were filed.
– A caller reported a small child was outside Gio’s unsupervised. The officer was advised the child returned to one of the apartments above the business.
– A caller reported a reckless driver in the parking lot at Fifth-Third Bank on East Main Street. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– A resident on Detroiter Avenue reported someone had stolen her washer and dryer. A report was taken.
– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street requested extra patrol due to people walking by on the street and through the alley looking into their windows.
– Officers performed a well-being check on a subject in the 400 block of Lancaster Pike. The subject was not home at the time, but he was later contacted and checked OK.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm in the 100 block of Dunmore Road. The call was canceled by the alarm company.
– A resident in the 300 block of Faye Avenue reported a female was in a pickup truck and residents at a nearby house were throwing things at the truck. No report was taken.
– A caller reported a known male subject struck his vehicle beside Duke and Duchess and fled the scene. A report was taken on a property damage hit-skip.
– A 911 caller reported a known male subject was in the 300 block of Eva Drive trying to take her belongings. The subject fled on foot but was located by officers, and a dispute report was taken. Officers also recovered narcotics and drug paraphernalia from the male. Charges will be filed, and he was advised not to return to the address.
– Officers responded to reports of two theft suspects from a home on Detroiter Avenue seen walking near the library. The officer received permission from the homeowner to enter the home, and the back door was ajar. The residence checked OK.
– Officers responded to an activated smoke alarm from PARS on Highland Avenue. The Circleville Fire Department handled the scene.
– A caller from the Metropolitan Housing Authority reported a male subject had chopped at a tree with a hatchet about three different times overnight in the 800 block of Kingston Court. Information was obtained, and extra patrol was requested.
– A property owner requested an officer stand-by in the 400 block of Dunkle Road. The caller was advised reference a civil matter.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at the Savings Bank on North Court Street. The scene checked OK.
– A caller reported a vehicle had been broken into in the 300 block of Chatham Drive.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Pickaway County Bank on South Court Street. The scene checked OK.
– An officer was flagged down by a subject advising of a fire at Crane Plastics on Clinton Street. The scene was handled by the Circleville Fire Department.
– Jeanette N. Bond was arrested on a warrant from the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office behind Snap Fitness on Morris Road after a caller reported a verbal altercation with his daughter on Alma Avenue. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– A 911 caller reported an intoxicated male with unknown injuries in the 100 block of Lewis Avenue. The caller advised there was blood everywhere due to a possible fall. Medics arrived on the scene, and a report was taken on possession.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm in the 300 block of Hardwood Avenue. The scene checked OK.
– Officers responded to several reports of bright flashes of light and loud popping noises from a light or transformer on Western Avenue. The scene checked OK.
– A caller reported someone moved the cones from around the speed trailer in the 1200 block of South Pickaway Street. The cones were replaced.
– A resident in the 100 block of West Ohio Street reported a known male subject kicked in the front door of her residence and walked in, and he was refusing to leave. Officers found the subject outside the residence upon arrival, and a report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– A 911 caller reported a large branch had fallen into utility lines in the alley near the 300 block of East Mound Street. AEP was advised, and the alley was blocked off until repairs could be completed.
– A resident in the 200 block of Villa Drive reported someone had stolen his PlayStation 3. A report was taken on theft.
– A caller reported seeing a male subject walk past her house in the 100 block of Town Street, then lie down in the middle of South Pickaway Street for about 10 minutes before getting up and walking off northbound. Officers located the 15-year-old juvenile passed out in the middle of the roadway across from Discount Grocery and requested a squad for transport to Berger Hospital. A report was taken on use of harmful intoxicants.
– Officers responded to calls reporting what sounded like gun fire in the 100 block of West High Street. Officers determined the sound was someone setting off fireworks, but no subjects were located.
– A resident in the 200 block of North Scioto Street reported someone had set off fireworks in front of her residence. Officers were unable to locate any subjects.
– Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call in the 200 block of Sunset Drive. There was no answer at the door, and officers were unable to locate the caller.
– A resident in the 100 block of Dunmore Road reported her vehicle was stolen from her driveway overnight, and someone had broken into her residence and stolen a dresser drawer full of underwear from the room where she was sleeping. The vehicle was entered into the LEADS system, and a report was taken on theft.
– Officers located a wallet left behind on the court security desk at the police station and determined its owner. A report was taken on found property.
– A 911 caller reported her mother’s boyfriend was “baring himself” in the 500 block of East Ohio Street. The officer advised both parties resolved their differences prior to arrival, and the incident was determined to be a misunderstanding.
– A 911 caller requested assistance changing the battering in a smoke detector on her cathedral ceiling in the 1200 block of Dunhurst Street. The fire department advised they would send personnel when available. The caller was advised.
– A caller from the Post Office reported his employee was bitten by a dog in the 700 block of Clinton Street. He advised he was en route to pick up the employee and transport him to Berger Hospital. A citation was issued by the dog warden, and a report was taken.
– Extra patrol was requested in the area of JB’s Charge and Start on Walnut Street due to unknown subjects trespassing on the property at all times of day. Information was obtained.
– A resident in the 200 block of Parklawn Drive reported a male walking and holding a piece of paper who approached her son. She advised she did not know the male’s intentions, but he left quickly after she called her son inside. Extra patrol was requested.
– A male subject from Stoutsville was served a no-trespass letter in the 200 block of Parklawn Drive after reports of a suspicious person by employees in the leasing office.
– An inmate at the Pickaway County Jail advised he believed someone was in his residence without permission. The subjects were located, and officers determined it was a civil matter. The inmate was referred to small claims court to pursue the eviction process.
– Extra patrol was requested in the 200 block of Westwood Drive after a caller reported damage to her tree and she believed juveniles were to blame. The officer advised it was unknown if someone intentionally damaged her tree or if it was wind damage from recent storms.
– A resident in the 200 block of North Washington Street requested extra patrol due to her ex-boyfriend removing items from the property when she is not there.
– An employee of Berger Hospital requested officers make contact with Genesis Health Care on Atwater Avenue and have them call the hospital. The officer made contact and advised Genesis was experiencing phone line trouble. The message was delivered.
– A caller reported a known male subject made him leave Duke and Duchess on East Main Street by threat of force and said he would kill him. Contact was made with the male subject, and charges will be pursued.
– The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office advised an off-duty officer was behind a pack of nine motorcycles driving recklessly westbound on Route 56 from Tarlton Road. Officers located motorcycles in several locations but did not witness any violations.
– The Circleville Fire Department was dispatched as mutual aid on a garage fire in the 4400 block of state Route 752, Ashville.
– A Williamsport resident reported a case of road rage while she was traveling eastbound in the 300 block of East Main Street. Officers were unable to locate the other vehicle.
– A resident in the 300 block of East Main Street reported hearing two loud pops that sounded like gunfire or fireworks in the area. Officers were unable to locate any subjects.
– A resident in the 300 block of Walnut Street reported her boyfriend was refusing to leave the residence. Officers advised the female and her child left for the night, and a report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– Kyle D. Huffer of Ashville was arrested on an outstanding warrant in the 200 block of Logan Street.
– A caller reported two young boys at the South Court Car Wash who were swinging off the hoses in the bays and had trash scattered everywhere. Officers advised the juveniles left prior to their arrival, and no damage was observed.
– Heath W. Young was arrested on a warrant on West Franklin Street at South Scioto after a 911 caller reported a male subject chasing another male subject with a wrench screaming about money and officers located the male with a head injury.
– A resident in the area of Logan Street reported someone setting off fireworks in the area. Officers were unable to locate the subjects.
– A 911 caller reported a disturbance over a vehicle in the rear of the 100 block of Fairview Blvd.
– Officers performed a well-being check on a young juvenile in the 800 block of Kingston Court. The juvenile was returned to her custodial parent, and a report was taken.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal