May 18

10:58 a.m. Someone broke into a vehicle in the 200 block of Town Street. A caller reported that there was damage caused to the door by someone who tried to pry it open. A report was taken. A similar incident occurred roughly two hours later in the 900 block of South Pickaway Street. A caller told police she wasn’t sure if anything was missing.

May 19

7:52 a.m. A report was taken after a Walnut Street caller said his brother was assaulting their mother.

May 21

9: 10 a.m. A caller on East Mill Street requested an officer because of a young child appearing around 1 year old walking around lost without a parent around. Child was wearing neither shoes nor a coat. By the time an officer arrived on scene, the child had been taken back into a house.

10:43 a.m. An Elm Street resident came to the police department and reported that his vehicle broken into and stolen were his work keys and a spare set of his personal keys.

1:17 p.m. Police took a report after a caller told them that while on the phone with her daughter, she could hear the daughter’s husband beating on her.

2:16 p.m. The staff at a discount store in the 1000 block of North Court Street did not want charges pressed against a man who attempted to shoplift energy drinks from the facility. Police did not take a report and the man was warned to stay away from the store.

4:30 p.m. At a fuel/convenience story on East Main Street, police responded to a call about a man who allegedly left in a Ford 150 truck without paying for a bag of Miniature Reese’s. Police took a report.

6:36 p.m. A juvenile was made aware of city codes after a caller complained that said juvenile was riding four wheelers and weaving in and out of traffic in the area of South Washington and Town streets.

6: 43 p.m. A Walnut Street caller requested an officer because of four juveniles throwing rocks at vehicles. Caller stated one male juvenile was seen wearing a yellow hoody while the three others were wearing T-shirts. Caller stated the juveniles are now a couple of houses down in the rear of the property. Police were unable to locate juveniles in the area.

10:15 p.m. An East Corwin St. caller told police that three juveniles were egging her neighbor’s house. No report was taken.

11:37 p.m. An extra patrol was requested for the north/south alley in the vicinity of the East Franklin Street area by a woman who said she has noticed suspicious individuals in the alley, which is near her house, and had caught another subject rummaging through her car at one point.

May 22

8:01 p.m. The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office notified Circleville Police about a 911 hang-up call that came from the UDF in the 500 block of East Main Street and urged the municipal force to get there quickly. City officers advised that there was a verbal fight that occurred at the location, and that a male left prior to their arrival, who was seen fleeing on foot through the alley toward East Franklin Street.

May 23

4:38 a.m. In the 200 block of East Main Street, police were called to a fuel/convenience store about a suspicious male in the parking lot who was screaming and behaving erratically. Male was described as wearing jeans and a dark shirt. The man checked out OK, according to a report, and has an altered mental status.

10:37 a.m. A delivery truck was parked long enough in the alley next to Lindsey’s Bakery that someone called police about the traffic backup it was causing in the alley. Police got the alley cleared.

Noon. Circleville Police received a call from the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office about a suspicious female believed to shooting up narcotics near the dumpsters at a location in the 1000 block of South Court Street. She was wearing green shorts and has short blonde hair. Police were unable to locate the female in that area.

7:07 p.m. A man, calling from an apartment complex in the 400 block of Lancaster Pike, claimed that he had approximately $500 stolen by a woman who had spent a few months getting close to him. A report was taken.

8:28 p.m. A caller requested an officer after being jumped by four juveniles around 15 years of age on South Washington Street. Caller stated this has been an ongoing issue with these specific juveniles. Report taken.

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