– An anonymous caller reported a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Little Bear Market on Harrison Street. Officer was unable to locate the vehicle.
– A caller reported a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Short Stop on East Main Street. Officer identified the vehicle’s owner, and the scene checked OK.
– Officers assisted the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office in locating a subject in the 200 block of West Mill Street.
– Officers performed a well-being check in the 100 block of York Street. Checked OK.
– A caller reported a male subject looking through cars in the 400 block of East Mound Street. Officer made contact with the male, who checked OK.
– A resident in the 300 block of Kingston Pike reported he keeps receiving phone calls asking him to send money. A report was taken.
– A 911 caller reported her daughter was screaming inside a residence in the 300 block of Maumee Drive. Officers made contact with the daughter, who checked OK. A report was taken.
– A resident in the 500 block of Gumm Place reported a theft from his vehicle. A report was taken.
– A resident in the 700 block of South Court Street reported he had been receiving threats. A report was taken on menacing.
– Officers responded to a property damage accident in the 300 block of West Mound Street.
– Officers traveled to the Fayette County Jail to take custody of Hayden Gaines on two warrants from the Circleville Police Department.
– A resident in the 300 block of Watt Street reported his vehicle window had been damaged. A report was taken on criminal damage.
– Officers took a report on drug possession following a traffic stop in the area of South Washington and Third Avenue.
– The city’s canine unit was requested to assist the Ohio State Highway Patrol in the 24000 block of U.S. Route 23 South.
– A resident in the 100 block of Seyfert Avenue advised she was scammed out of money from a man claiming her grandson was in jail. A report was taken on a scam.
– Officers responded to a 911 call from a male at Holiday Inn Express who advised the county dispatcher he thought there were people, possibly with a weapon, trying to break into vehicles in the parking lot. The scene checked OK, and the officer advised the noise the caller heard was an employee taking garbage to the dumpster.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal