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Fairfield County Sheriff Reports for Week of November 25


Fairfield – Week in Review – Top Incidents for Fairfield county

Nov. 25, 2019
*Suspicious vehicle, Logan-Thornville RD. Vehicle was parked on the side of the lot with its windows fogged up. Units made contact with the occupant. Occupant was arrested for an outstanding warrant and his vehicle was towed.
*Domestic, Ongoing verbal and issues with eviction notices. Threats happened a few days ago.
*Domestic, caller advised known suspect had held a gun to her head and made threats to her. Caller wanted the male removed from the property. Units responded and found the suspects’ vehicle with visible firearms inside the vehicle. The suspect has a TPO out of our agency and was arrested for TPO violation.
*Accident, 6647 Winchester Blvd, 2 car non injury.
*Hit-Skip Accident, U.S. 33/Collins Rd, Callers car was rear ended and suspect fled scene.
*Accident, Delmont Rd, Delivery Driver hit homeowner’s vehicle in driveway.

Nov. 26, 2019
*Burglary, Wyandotte Rd. Forced entry through front window. Victim advises clothing and other non-value items taken.
*Burglary, New Salem Rd. Victim advises no signs of forced entry but is missing a 12ga. shotgun.

Nov. 28, 2019
*Accident w/injuries on Tarkiln Rd. Vehicle snapped a power pole and both occupants were transported to medical facility.

Nov. 29, 2019
*Vandalism, Cemetery, Amanda Northern Rd., damage caused to her daughter’s grave marker.
*Theft, Mini Mart, Main St, Stoutsville.
*Burglary, Rutherford Dr., Office trailer broken into and items taken.
*Investigate Complaint, E. Monroe St. Baltimore. Caller advised he saw three male juveniles set two trash cans on fire. The fire then set a power pole in the alley on fire. Fire put out and AEP was contacted to repair pole. No loss of power to village residents.
*ATL/OVI, Snyder Church Rd. Caller advised they were almost hit head-on by the suspect vehicle. Unit ATL’d and located the female driver. Deputy then arrested driver for OVI. Deputy advised the female driver tested at .345%.

Dec. 1, 2019
*Suspicious vehicle, 800 W. Waterloo St (BP) CW. Vehicle was parked on the lot of the BP with a male sleeping inside. When the Deputy ran the license plate it came back to a different vehicle. Neither the vehicle nor the license plate was registered to the male occupant. The male would not provide documentation for the vehicle or to where or who he got the license plate from. Report was generated and the license plate was seized.
*Theft, Winchester Blvd. Walmart CW. Three juveniles were stopped by Loss Prevention for theft. One of the juveniles was not involved in the theft. All the juveniles were taken home to their parents. Juvenile diversion packets were given to the parents of the two juveniles caught stealing.
*Warrant, Suspect was arrested on a Hocking County Warrant after breaking into a tow lot in the city and stealing a mini-van. The Van was on a GPS system, which lead Deputies to Sugar Grove Rd., where the suspect was getting ready to leave. LPD declined to file any new charges, so the suspect was turned over to Hocking County Sheriff’s Office at the County line for their Warrant.
*Shooting complaint, Allen Rd, Caller advised she heard something hit her house, when she went to investigate noticed a bullet hole in her front door. Units found a .22 cal bullet in the door. No suspects at this time.