Police

5-29-2018

911 caller from Wyngate advising that a resident pulled the fire alarm and that they spoke with someone 15 mins ago and they need the fire department on scene to reset it. Caller was advised that the Fire Dept. is already on scene to reset the alarm.

Caller advised of a male and female walking around too close to people’s homes on Town St. Unable to locate.

Bar motion alarm activation at Eagles. Checks OK. Employee accidental.

Caller advised there is a female and a 5-year old child sitting inside a gray SUV that has been parked there since yesterday around 1500 hours. The female said they ran out of gas yesterday and she had help on the way, however they are still there this morning. Checked OK. She was waiting for the resident to wake up and she is inside now.

Caller advised the female from the gray SUV came and used her phone to call her mother who is homeless also and the mother showed up and began shoving her. Caller stated the little boy is yelling for his Nana to stop. Report taken on suicidal threats. The female full unit has custody of the child and his mother was transported to Berger.

Caller advised a female in a red Toyota came very close to hitting the back of his truck on Kingston Pike by tailgaiting him. Caller advised the female has parked at Chelle’s Salon and went inside the business. The female was advised reference her driving habits.

Caller advised she was on S. Court St. and her vehicle was struck by a small red car that left the scene. Report taken on non-injury accident.

Caller advised there is a dog inside a white Toyota Camry at Kroger near the pharmacy and it appears to be in distress. Checked OK. All the windows were down and the K-9 had water inside the vehicle.

Caller advised there are three females outside Half Ave. residence yelling at each other and it appears there is going to be a fight. Unable to locate.

Marked out at Stihl Ave. location with Andrew K. Burgoon who has a warrant out of Ross County that is not entered. Warrant arrest made, report taken.

Requesting an officer standby while he attempts to erase personal bank information off a phone that his son has that his ex-wife has possession of. No report taken. He was advised reference a civil issue and to contact his attorney.

Caller advised she hit a parked car in the Color Bar lot with her vehicle. Report taken on non-injury accident.

Caller advised subject came in to Spring to pay his bill and once the payment processed the male grabbed the cash he gave them off the counter and walked out the door with it.

Caller advised of a vehicle ripping out a pump at Speedway North and fuel spilling out everywhere. Report taken by officer.

Officer flagged down at Mary Virginia Crites Hanna Park reference a juvenile complaint. Call handled. Juveniles and mother advised of language around other juveniles.

Caller advised of two male subjects wearing red shirts going door-to-door approaching residents claiming to be with Columbia Gas. Unable to locate any subjects in the area matching descriptions.

Officer stand-by requested at Cedar Heights Rd. while caller retrieves a dresser on behalf of his daughter. Clear without report. Stand-by complete.

Caller requesting an officer due to a red truck in the area that does not belong to any of the Chatham Dr. neighbors. Driver’s side rear tire is marked.

Caller advising of a commercial burglary alarm activation at PICCA. Call cancelled per alarm company.

Caller requesting an officer due to two suspicious individuals with shovels and 5 gallon buckets at Mary Virginia Crites Hannan Park. Checked OK by officer. They are the caretakers planting and de-weeding.

Caller requesting an officer due to her brother making threats toward her and refusing to leave her property. Call handled. Matter was civil. The brother just wanted his Keurig back.

Caller advising of a non-injury accident in front of Sutherlands involving a truck and a motorcyclist. Officer cleared without report, witness statements obtained. Both vehicles left prior to officer arrival.

Caller requesting to speak to an officer regarding her handicapped parking spots on S. Pickaway. Call handled, questions answered.

Caller requesting an officer due to her daughter refusing to come home from the neighbor’s two houses down and is under the influence of alcohol. Checked OK. Juvenile was not under the influence and returned home without incident.

Caller advising of his shotgun being stolen out of his residence — a 12-gauge Winchester. Report taken by officer.

Caller requesting an officer due to her 17-year old granddaughter refusing to come home to her parent’s house. Checked OK. Juvenile has returned home.

Caller requesting an officer to S. Pickaway reference an officer stand-by due to him picking up his children. Caller is concerned it may escalate. Clear without report. Stand-by complete.

Caller advising of a female juvenile with backpack walking in front of Dairy Shed location with no one around. Unable to locate.

Caller advised of a non-injury vehicle accident hit-skip involving two vehicles. No report taken by request. Minor damage sustained to caller’s vehicle. Bumper was returned to registered owner by officer.

Caller advising of a female subject at Pickaway Co. Jail to turn herself in on a warrant. Arrest made on Taylor Lynn Moody for warrant out of CPD.

Caller requesting an officer due to vehicles still in Mary Virginia Crites Hannan Park after hours. Call handled. Individuals advised of park hours.

Sergeant marked out at Pearl & S. Washington St. with an active physical altercation. Report taken by officer.

Caller requesting an officer due to three occupied vehicles sitting by the Rural King greenhouse for quite some time. Checked OK.

Caller requesting an officer due to Watt St. residence playing excessively loud music all day. Unable to locate any music in the area.

Anonymous caller advised of hearing yelling coming from Dearborn Ave. residence. Unable to make contact.

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