May 24

12:24 a.m. A Half Avenue female asked for police help because of a male, against whom she has a protection order, who was harassing her on Facebook, warning her that he was nearby. A report was taken.

5:31 a.m. Near East Ohio and South Washington streets, a caller requested an officer because of three apparent juveniles walking eastbound on East Ohio, who “were up to no good.” The report didn’t indicate any more elucidation on the quote, except that one of the juveniles was wearing a red shirt. The matter checked out Ok by the officer.

7:38 a.m. An officer was flagged down on East Union Street in reference to a turkey in the area. The officer advised the person that the turkey wasn’t causing any issues.

8:01 a.m. An employee at a health-care facility told police she witnessed a gray Chevy truck sideswipe a green Firebird across the street from the 1000 block of Atwater Avenue. She said the truck turned on Morris road. A report was taken.

11:10 a.m. A resident in the 400 block of North Pickaway Street called police just to make them aware that her house got egged the night before.

1:50 p.m. A North Court Street woman told police that a male [name redacted] keeps driving her motorcycle despite her telling him multiple times not to do so. She said the male was at her house, as was the motorcycle, and that she expected him to be intoxicated when he leaves. Police planned to be on the lookout for the individual and the bike.

3:12 p.m. By the time police arrived, a suspicious vehicle that a caller said had sat on a storage locker site in the 800 block of state Route 56 East for hours had already left. The vehicle was described as a red Chevy Silverado with the words “Brave Nation” on it.

6:38 p.m. Another suspicious vehicle report was made in the Glenmont Drive area by a caller who said the vehicle had been lingering in his neighborhood. The caller stated that he observed it the previous night at around 2 a.m. Further, while he was at work, the same vehicle pulled in his driveway. Caller is concerned they are possibly casing for a burglary. Vehicle is described as a gray Chevrolet pick-up truck.

8:23 p.m. The threat of a fight moved a Maplewood Avenue caller to reach out to police. According to a report, the woman said her husband had confronted people who were parking their cars in the couple’s yard. The parties are amped-up, the report read, and about to engage in a physical altercation. The husband reportedly grabbed a baseball bat. A report was taken.

10:33 p.m. A reported road rage incident that took place near the Dairy Shed on Kingston Pike led to the arrest of one man with a pending warrant issued against him. Matthew W. Gray was handed over to the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office that had put the warrant out on him. He was picked up after a woman called Circleville Police alleging that a vehicle slammed into her and tried to run her off the road. She further alleged it appeared the male driver was intoxicated. The vehicle was described as a white Chevy pickup with a lawnmower in the back.

May 25

7:09 p.m. A suspicious person call came in from North Pickaway Street regarding a male on a bicycle riding up and down the street. Caller reported observing the subject riding up to residences and staring before moving on to the next. Police advised the person to move along.

May 26

Someone at a business in the 200 block of North Court Street called police after a man stole a beer from a cooler and was walking back and forth in front of the establishment. He was wearing a brown shirt and brown hat with a chicken on it. Police arrested Eric Allen Pack Sr. and charged him with theft and indecent exposure. He was taken to the county jail.

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