Feb. 3, 2017:
– A caller advised of a possible drunk driver on Main Street from U.S. Route 23. Officers determined the driver was OK. He was on the phone trying to reach his son.
– A caller from the Ohio Heights apartment complex advised a male subject was lying against the building and had a child with him. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call in the 200 block of South Pickaway Street. The scene checked OK, and the call was accidental.
– An employee of Rural King advised of a possible theft in progress but called back to cancel, stating the subjects were currently at the check-out counter paying for the items.
– A resident on Stella Avenue reported two males came to her door the previous night with AEP badges, hats and shirts to obtain information from her. She stated she gave them her information and signed the paperwork, but then she contacted AEP, who advised they never heard of the subjects. A report was taken.
– A resident came to the police station to turn in a large case full of CDs that he located in the roadway at Atwater and Wilson Avenue. A report was taken on found property.
– An employee at Cash Max on East Main Street reported a male subject was inside the store causing a disturbance. A report was taken.
– Officers were requested to deliver a message to a resident on Kingston Court. The message was delivered.
– A caller reported his motor home had been broken into while at the Circleville Self Storage facility on Edison Avenue. A report was taken on theft.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm on Wood Lane. The scene checked OK.
– A resident in the 100 block of Fairview Blvd. advised someone stuck a butter knife between the door and door frame in an attempt to get into the residence. No report was taken by request.
– A caller from Sprint on West Main Street reported a suspicious male was using employee phones and deleting the information when he was done, and they were concerned it might be drug related. The call was canceled when the suspicious person left the area.
– A resident in the 300 block of East Mound Street reported she had some jewelry and other items stolen by a moving company. A report was taken on theft.
– The Circleville Fire Department medic was requested as mutual aid for Harrison Township on a traffic accident on U.S. Route 23 northbound near Floral Hills.
– A resident on Barnes Avenue reported a suspicious vehicle in the area. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
– Officers responded to a parking complaint in the 500 block of South Pickaway Street. The vehicle was removed promptly.
– A resident in the 500 block of Lincoln Avenue reported possible theft of her dog and some personal belongings. A report was taken on theft.
– A caller in the 500 block of Renick Avenue reported a hit-skip. No report was taken.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Adena Health Systems on Morris Road. The scene checked OK.
– A caller from the YMCA reported a male subject making threats toward the staff. A report was taken on threats and harassment, and two subjects were banned from the property.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Rumpke on Island Road. The scene checked OK.
– An officer advised he was investigating a suspicious vehicle at Barthelmas Park on Kingston Pike. A report was taken on narcotics and drug paraphernalia.
– A caller on East Ohio Street reported her landlord kicked her out of the residence without an eviction notice. The caller had lived there since November, and the landlord was advised of the eviction process. The caller then called back to advise the landlord was still not letting her back into the residence. The officer advised she was allowed to gain entry into her own home.
– A caller from the Twin Oaks apartment complex advised his daughter was being threatened and harassed. No report was taken, no threats were made. The daughter was advised to block the individual on Facebook.
– The Ohio State Highway Patrol advised of a possible reckless op traveling on U.S. Route 23 at Main Street. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
Feb. 4, 2017:
– Officers served a warrant on Shane Parsons at the Pickaway County Jail.
– A resident came to the police station to report she wanted her roommate to move out of her residence and not come back. Information was obtained. The resident was advised officers had been to the residence twice, and she or her landlord have to complete the eviction process on the other tenant.
– A caller in the 100 block of West Water Street reported they could hear someone yelling in the area. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– A caller on Lewis Road reported she met a man on a dating site the night before and exchanged texts and private Facebook messages, but now he is harassing her though she asked him repeatedly to leave her alone. The subject called as the officer arrived on the scene, and he told the officer he will not leave her alone until she apologizes to him. He also stated he was not scared to go to jail because he already has a lengthy prison record. The officer advised the male not to contact her anymore, but the male said he would not stop. The female was advised to make no contact at all and block him from social media and from her phone. The male subject was advised the same thing.
– Officers responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle in the 400 block of East Franklin Street. The occupant arranged a ride home, and no report was taken.
– Officers took a supplemental report about a break-in of a camper at the Circleville Self Storage facility.
– Tisha Mayse was arrested for OVI after officers responded to reports of a female passed out inside a white car parked in the middle of Stihl Avenue.
– A resident in the 400 block of Northridge Road reported someone stole a chaise lounge and a rocking chair cushion from her yard.
– A resident in the 200 block of Villa Drive reported the theft of a necklace, earrings and iPod.
– Officers responded to a property damage accident in the parking lot at Discount Grocery on South Pickaway Street.
– A caller advised he was told his stolen vehicle was parked in front of a residence on Barnes Avenue, but officers advised the VIN numbers did not match the stolen vehicle.
– A caller advised a small reddish-brown dog had been struck by a car and killed on Walnut Creek Pike. Information was obtained, and a message was left for the service department.
– A caller on East Ohio Street advised a subject was living at the residence with her, and family members showed up and began to threaten her. She said there were two people there, and she was in her room. The subjects left, and the resident was advised to call if they returned.
– A caller on East Franklin Street reported a subject was inside the store who had written a bad check to her a while back, and she believed he had a warrant for his arrest. Officers were unable to locate any warrants on the subject.
– A resident on Faye Avenue reported a male came to her residence claiming he was hit in the face at the Veterans Home. The caller said the male was bleeding from his face but refused medical attention, and the subjects responsible were still at the Veterans Home. A report was taken on assault, and the party was advised he was no longer allowed at any PICCA property.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Liberty Pawn Shop on West Main Street. The scene checked OK.
– A resident in the 200 block of East Mill Street reported his credit and debit cards had been stolen. He advised he wanted it documented that his disability card was delivered by mail, but he never received it.
– Officers were requested for a stand-by in the 600 block of East Mill Street as a subject collected her belongings from the residence. The stand-by was completed.
– A caller reported a known subject may be breaking into his residence with a key she had possibly copied. A report was taken.
– The Circleville Fire Department engine was requested as mutual aid for a traffic crash on Route 56 east of Hitler Road #1.
– A caller advised of a male subject carrying a machete down the alleyway between Huston and Harrison. Officers advised the male checked OK, and he was clearing the area to put up fencing.
– Officers responded to reports of a domestic dispute at Ohio Heights. A report was taken.
– A caller in the Twin Oaks apartment complex requested an officer for a follow-up on a previous call.
– A caller in the 1000 block of Mulberry Road reported an intoxicated male was putting his hands on a female. An arrest was made, and a report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– Officers responded to reports of a domestic dispute in the 500 block of Renick Avenue. A report was taken, and the male subject left the residence.
– Officers responded to an activated fire alarm in the 300 block of Town Street. The call was canceled by the alarm company.
– A caller reported a possible drunk driver heading westbound on Route 188. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
– A caller from McDonald’s on South Court Street reported two suspicious males were “mean mugging” and paying for their meal with a wad of cash. The subjects left prior to the officer’s arrival, and they were unable to locate.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal