Jan. 13, 2017:
– A resident on Logan Street reported a noise complaint about children running up and down stairs, and her children were unable to sleep because of it. The subjects were advised to quiet down.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at the Berger Health Education Center on North Court Street. Officers determined it was a false alarm.
– A series of 911 and anonymous calls reported a disturbance in the 100 block of Evergreen Avenue involving a woman and her husband trying to get people to leave their home, and a fight ensued. A report was taken.
– A caller on South Street reported an active fight, and the subject were tearing her house apart. A report was taken on suicide threats.
– A property owner reported two female tenants were fighting on South Court Street. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– A caller in the 100 block of Parklawn Drive reported someone tied a dog to her trailer and a puppy was hanging around with the dog that was tied up. Information was obtained, and the caller was referred to the dog warden.
– A caller from Berger Hospital reported a male was sleeping in a vehicle in the north parking lot. The caller advised he questioned the male, and he appeared to be under the influence of something. Officers advised the subject checked OK. He was taking a nap before a scheduled court appearance.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm in the 1200 block of South Court Street. The scene checked OK, and an employee advised issues with the alarm code.
– A caller reported a suspicious male standing outside the Sunoco station on East Main Street who was bothering customers as they came in. The male was advised to move along.
– Officers responded to reports of a semi truck that struck a railroad crossing gate on West Main Street. Norfolk Southern advised they would make repairs.
– Officers responded to an injury accident on North Court Street near Subway.
– A caller reported he struck an extension mirror on a truck parked on West Mound Street. The vehicle owners exchanged information.
– Gregory Kelly Jr. was arrested in the 200 block of South Scioto Street on charges in a shooting incident Jan. 11 on Huston Street.
– Officers responded to a property damage accident on Stoutsville Pike near Cardo’s. The parties exchanged information.
– A caller from NAPA Auto Parts reported a suspicious male wandering between the store and Speedway for about three hours, acting erratic and possible under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Officers advised the subject had possession of alcohol but was not intoxicated. He was advised to move along.
– Officers were requested for a stand-by on Evergreen Avenue as a subject collected his belongings from a residence.
– A caller from Ohio Heights requested to speak with an officer about threats against her juvenile daughter. Information was obtained.
– A caller reported she witnessed a male subject in a physical confrontation with a Kroger employee at the store, but he ran off westbound toward Main Street. The employee advised the subject had stolen items and tried to return them for cash, and the issue began when he was confronted about it. A report was taken on theft.
– A caller from Tractor Supply on U.S. Route 23 reported a female and two male subjects left the store with a pair of boots without paying for them. A report was taken on theft.
– A caller reported a domestic dispute on Hayward Street in which a juvenile struck her mother and then locked herself in her bedroom. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– An employee from Little Bear Market requested extra patrol in the area due to suspicious activity in a dark alley next to the business on Harrison Street.
– A caller on Lincoln Avenue reported erratic behavior from his fiance. No report was taken.
– A caller on Brookhaven Place reported three juveniles caught on camera breaking into his car. A report was taken.
– Officers responded to reports of an abandoned vehicle in the 100 block of Logan Street.
– A caller reported a female was on her way to the residence on Logan Street making threats to beat people up when she got there. No report was taken, and the caller was advised to call back if she showed up.
– A caller advised of a shooting in the 600 block of East Main Street. Officers determined there was no evidence of a shooting, and a report was taken on a property damage hit-skip accident.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal