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Fairfield County Police reports for week of November 18th, 2019


Week in Review – Top Incidents for Fairfield county Nov. 18, 2019

*Injury Accident, Pleasantville Rd/S.R. 158. Car drove thru stop sign on Pleasantville Rd and was t-boned by an oncoming car on 158.
*Threats/Harassment, Royalton Rd, Caller advised he was threatened over the phone.
*Traffic stop, Speedway Memorial Dr, Deputy conducted a traffic stop during a SWAT warrant round up and gun was found in vehicle.
*Investigative Complaint, Tarkiln Rd, Issue with two individuals staying at this residence and possible rental agreement that was not valid.
*Larceny, 2900 Columbus-Lancaster Rd, Theft from Meijer.
*Narcotics, Wilson Rd, Caller stated he was on property delivering trees. Caller advised he heard an unknown male yelling in the woods that he was hurt and giving up.Units responded and had to track the suspect into a large thicket covered area. Units were able to locate the male individual, who was on the ground and suffering from some type of narcotic episode. Medics were contacted and used the assistance of the property owner to transport the suspect with his pickup truck out to the medic’s. Suspect transported to a medical facility for evaluation.
Nov. 19, 2019
*DOA, elderly female
Nov. 20, 2019
*Information Report, Carroll Northern Rd./Pleasantville Rd., A front license plate was discovered laying in the roadway. The plate was placed into evidence and this report was generated.
*Non-Injury Accident, Winchester Blvd./Gender Rd., Two vehicle non-injury accident. Citation issued to the at fault party.
*Information, 6472 Winchester Blvd., Employee found a credit card laying in the parking lot.
*Theft, Logan-Thornville Rd., South Central Power advised theft of electricity.
Nov. 21, 2019
*Non-Injury Accident, Diley Rd./Kings Crossing, Two car rear end. No injuries.
*We assisted Perry County Sheriff’s Office on what was called into us as a hostage barricade. After Deputies arrived on scene, they were advised that the offender had allegedly fled out of the rear of the house, according to someone in the home.
Nov. 22, 2019
*Theft, 8300 Meijer Dr. (Meijer) Canal Winchester, Theft charge was filed in reference to a theft that had occurred, and the suspect was gone.
Nov. 23, 2019
*O.V.I., E. Wheeling St./N. High St., Suspect was arrested.
*Improper Handling, Hill Rd. N/Stonecreek Dr., Deputy conducted a traffic stop and confiscated a handgun and magazine. Charges are being forwarded to the prosecutor for improper handling of a firearm.
*Burglary, Election House. Homeowner wanted to report power tools taken from garage within the last 4 days.
Nov. 24, 2019
*Theft, Duke Dr CW. It appeared that several wood I beams were cut in half and taken.
*Assault, 6081 Gender Rd, Long John Silver’s Canal, caller was in verbal with cashier and the cashier threw a bottle of cocktail sauce at the caller in the drive thru.