Caller advised the crossing gate for east bound traffic at the Norfolk Southern W. Main St. railroad crossing did not activate and lower when the last train crossed the intersection. Norfolk Southern Railroad Police advised. Other agency handling.
Caller reported someone was in her Pleasant St. home. Caller then advised the residence checked okay and the item she thought was a person was a doll. Officer made contact with the caller and advised everything checked okay.
Caller reported an alarm activation for an Edgewood Dr. residence. Officers spoke to a resident and checked the residence. Checked okay.
Officer on patrol observed activated flood lights at an Edwards Rd. address and located an open door to a storage shed. Officer could not determine if there was any recent damage to the shed or if anything was missing. Officer could not make contact with anyone at the residence. Clear call.
Officer marked out with a non-injury accident at the U.S. Bank ATM drive through. Fletcher’s to the scene for a tow. Report taken, citation issued.
Garage door alarm activation for an E. Mound St. residence. Checked okay, message left for the homeowner.
911 caller reported a semi struck his vehicle on U.S. Route 23 and kept going. The caller pulled off onto the lot of Peebles. Call transferred to PCSO, other agency handling.
Caller at Kroger reported a theft of a cart full of merchandise and the suspect left in a black Ford Ranger extended cab. Report taken on theft.
Caller advised that children were throwing trash on the ground at Ted Lewis Park. Caller stated he advised the children to pick up the trash and the children were talking back to the caller for making them pick it up. Caller requested an officer standby so the children did not ruin the new concrete that the caller just finished. Report taken on criminal damaging.
Caller stated she and her mother were arguing and caller was told to leave the S. Pickaway St. home. Officer requested children services. Children services was contacted and will be meeting with the caller at the police station. Report taken on dispute.
Caller advised that her ex-husband was at her door at Twin Oaks and she has a temporary protection order that is still active. The temporary protection order was confirmed. Officers involved in foot pursuit. Arrest made on the male.
Complainant came on station to report that her vehicle was involved in a hit and skip accident at the 300 block of W. Main St. earlier that day. Report taken on hit/skip.
Complainant came on station to report he located an Ohio ID card at Duke and Duchess. Report taken on found property.
Caller requested an officer to check the status of two juveniles at W. Mound St. The caller advised the juveniles may be malnourished and the parents may be under the influence of a narcotic. Checked okay.
911 caller advised of a fight and a subject that is drunk at a Dunmore Rd. location. Caller then disconnected. Officer advised three individuals had a verbal argument and were advised of their behavior. Report taken on dispute.
Caller advised of an activated residential burglary alarm at an E. Union St. location. Checked okay.
Caller reported a large group of juveniles in the 400 block of Nicholas Dr. who were attempting to remove a football from a tree. Caller advised the tree has utility lines that run through the branches and is concerned for their health and well-being. Officer located the juveniles, who were able to get the ball free without climbing the tree. Checked okay.
Caller advised of a suspicious male yelling at cars while in her yard at N. Court St. Unable to locate.
Caller advised there were four to five subjects on the sidewalk in front of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine fighting. Caller stated there was also a white car parked in the roadway. Unable to locate.