– Officers responded to reports of a domestic dispute in the 500 block of East Mound Street. The subjects could not be located.
– A caller reported a vehicle kept running stop signs on East Ohio Street and was last seen pulling into the parking lot at PICCA. The vehicle was located, but it was unoccupied.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm in the 400 block of East Franklin Street. The scene checked OK.
– An employee at Berger Hospital reported a domestic violence incident that occurred at a residence on Mulberry Street. A report was taken.
– An employee at Spex on Wilson Avenue reported she believed someone had broken into the office. A report was taken.
– A resident in the 200 block of South Scioto Street requested to speak with an officer regarding telephone harassment. A report was taken on menacing.
– A caller requested a well-being check on a male subject in the area of South Pickaway and East Ohio streets who had obvious bleeding facial injuries. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– Officers responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of Parkview Avenue. The scene checked OK.
– Officers were advised to be on the lookout for a vehicle occupied by a subject who was caught trying to steal at Walmart and lost his shoes in the process. All units were advised.
– A 911 caller reported a vehicle had struck a curb on North Court at Villa Drive and damaged the vehicle. No report was taken.
– Officers responded to an injury accident on North Pickaway at Lewis. A caller then reported after the officer left the scene, the subjects there starting hitting each other and causing a disturbance. Officers advised the subjects checked OK and were just horsing around in the snow.
– A resident in the 100 block of Stihl Avenue reported his 16-year-old son was assaulted by a known subject. Officer made contact with the other subject, and a report was taken on disorderly conduct.
– A resident in the 300 block of Meadow Lane reported hearing a female screaming in the area. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Sonic on South Court Street. The scene checked OK.
– A resident on Zane Trail Road reported she had attended a funeral at Defenbaugh-Wise-Schoedinger on East Main Street several days before and believed a known subject at the funeral stole medication from her. Information was obtained.
– An employee at Berger Hospital requested a well-being check on a female patient they just discharged who advised she was walking to Columbus. Officers located the female at Pickaway and Springhollow, and she checked OK.
– Officers responded to reports of an open door on a home in the 300 block of East Main Street. The scene checked OK.
– A caller reported a neighbor was making a lot of noise and yelling in the 200 block of South Pickaway Street. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– Officers responded with Fletcher’s Towing to tow four vehicles regarding a nuisance complaint.
– A resident in the 100 block of Pinckney Street reported subjects took her cat from the rear of her home two days before. The officer made contact with the subjects, who stated they picked up a dog, not a cat. The caller was advised.
– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street reported the theft of items including prescription medication from her vehicle. A report was taken.
– A 911 caller reported a semi truck had spun around and was blocking all southbound traffic on U.S. Route 23 near South Bloomfield. The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office handled the scene.
– A 911 caller reported a possible drunk driver left Arby’s heading southbound on U.S. Route 23. Law enforcement was advised to be on the lookout for the vehicle.
– Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call in the 800 block of South Scioto Street in which the dispatcher could only hear static. No one was at the residence.
– An employee at Subway on Lancaster Pike reported a male subject stole chips from the store. A report was taken.
– A caller reported hearing an audible alarm at a residence in the 600 block of Garden Parkway. The scene checked OK.
– A caller reported a residence in the 200 block of Town Street had three or four dogs that were not taken care of, and one had been outside on a short leash for about six hours. Officers advised the scene checked OK, and the dog was taken inside.
– A juvenile female was arrested in the 400 block of North Scioto Street after a caller reported his younger sister was grabbing at his phone, and when he refused to give it to her, she punched him in the face.
– An employee at Carnival Foods on Morris Road reported a male subject walked out of the store with a cart of groceries, and when confronted, he took off on foot southbound in front of the library. The male, Buddy Lee Stepp, 34, of Columbus, was located in front of Berger Hospital and was transported to the Pickaway County Jail on two active warrants. A report was taken on theft.
– A caller reported a gym bag full of personal items had been stolen from the YMCA. A report was taken on theft.
– An employee at the Pickaway County District Public Library reported a subject was refusing to leave the property after being advised to leave multiple times. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– A resident in the 400 block of Ruth Avenue reported a juvenile was threatening to run away once they got home. The subjects were advised.
– A resident in the 500 block of Garden Parkway advised her ex-husband was sitting in front of her home refusing to leave until he could take their children with him. The caller and the male were advised to contact their attorneys to establish visitation.
– Joseph Coy was arrested for menacing by stalking in the 200 block of West Mound Street after a caller reported Coy was on his front porch with a baseball bat threatening to kill him.
– Stormi Gail Giffin, 29, was arrested after dispatchers received a 911 call from a younger female who was screaming in the 300 block of East Main Street. The transporting officer advised drug paraphernalia was found on the subject after entering the jail, and there will be an additional possession charge.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal