Jan. 2, 2017
– A resident in the 100 block of Pontious Lane reported a known subject who was staying with him stole money from the residence. A report was taken on theft.
– An employee of the Thirsty Parrot on South Washington Street reported someone was dumping trash in his dumpster. A report was taken on theft of services.
– A resident in the 300 block of East Ohio Street reported he was being harassed on Facebook by a known subject. The caller was advised to block the subject on Facebook.
– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street reported she caught two known subjects stealing from her purse, and she is now missing credit cards, bank cards, her driver’s license, cash and medication. A report was taken on theft.
– A resident in the 300 block of Western Avenue reported someone tried to break into her residence. Officers advised the damage appeared to be old.
– The city dispatcher reported a caller in the 200 block of Logan Street was screaming into the phone about someone outside threatening to beat with a pipe. The subjects were separated.
– A resident reported the strong odor of propane in the area of Reber Avenue. Officers were unable to locate the smell.
– A caller from Eden Place on Atwater Drive reported a known subject came to visit a patient at the hospital and stole her keys. The caller also advised the subject may now be stealing from the residence, which he is not allowed to be in. A report was taken on theft.
– An off-duty officer advised two males were sitting on the railroad tracks near Ted Lewis Park over Hargus Creek. Officers were unable to locate the subjects.
– A resident in the 200 block of Logan Street reported her garage had been vandalized with spray paint. A report was taken on criminal damaging.
– A resident on East Franklin Street reported four people outside, and a male and female were arguing with each other and throwing glass. Officers were unable to locate the subjects.
– Virgil Keaton was arrested after an off-duty officer advised he left Rural King with a Carhartt in his arms and no bag, indicating a possible theft. Keaton reportedly took off running toward the train tracks behind Rural King but was apprehended.
– A resident in the 900 block of South Court Street reported her garage had been vandalized with red spray paint. Extra patrol was requested.
– An officer performed a stand-by after a caller on Alma Avenue reported a disturbance at another location.
– A caller from the Veteran’s Home on Faye Avenue reported someone had broken into his vehicle. A report was taken.
– A resident on Park Place reported a male was staying in a camper and was outside using the bathroom. The male was advised.
– Officers responded to an activated burglary alarm in the 1200 block of Dunhurst Street. The alarm company canceled the call.
– A 911 caller in the 500 block of Greenacre Court reported all his O2 and fire alarms were going off. The fire department was advised there was a high level of CO in the residence and got it down to normal.
– A resident in the 500 block of East Union Street reported her vehicle had been vandalized. A report was taken.
– A resident on South Court Street reported his neighbor’s garage had been spray painted, but the neighbor was currently working out of town. Officers advised the owner to call to file a report.
– Officers assisted with a disabled semi in the middle turn lane in the 300 block of East Main Street.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Coughlin Automotive. The scene checked OK.
– A caller reported four males going through vehicles in the 100 block of West Ohio Street. Officers were unable to locate the subjects.
– A caller reported two juveniles were going through parked vehicles in the intersection of Walnut and Washington streets. The parents of both juveniles were contacted, and they were released to their parents. No vehicles were found to have been entered at the time of the call.
– A caller on Cedar Heights Road reported her two 17-year-old sons were in an argument. The juveniles left prior to the officer’s arrival. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal