Mt. Gilead Police Reports
12:11 a.m– Assisted Edison P.D with a K9 vehicle sniff, nothing was found.
1:01 a.m– Cited and released a man on W. High St. for driving under suspension.
2:08 a.m– Made contact with a man walking on Lee St. He advised he was walking to a friends house.
9:40 a.m– Contact was made with a man who had forgotten to pay for his gas at the Certified station.
10:23 p.m– Assisted Deputy with a K9 search of a vehicle on Co. Rd. 128. The search yielded a large bag of marijuana.
9:23 p.m– Assisted Edison P.D with a traffic stop. Ronald Nelson was arrested for an active warrant.
5:37 p.m– Investigated an injury accident on N. Main St. Danny Deel was arrested for O.V.I and open container. Another man was cited for failure to yield.
4:56 p.m– Arrested Juanita Martinez-Barry on an active warrant out of Marion County on W. Marion Rd.
5:36 p.m– Checked out an alarm at a business on W. High St. Everything appeared to be secured, a message was left with a key holder.
12:28 a.m– While patrolling an officer identified a man walking on W. High St. Then said he was going to the Duke and consented to a search. He was freed to go.
5:18 p.m– Cited a woman on N. Delaware St. for driving under suspension.
2:43 a.m– Edison P.D reported two vehicles and a tent in the Edison ball fields. The occupants, underage, advised that they were bored and wanted to camp. The officer advised hem they were in violation of curfew and the park was closed.
9:59 p.m– Alerted subjects at Fort Gilead that the park was closed.
9:40 p.m– While on foot, an improperly secured door was found on S. Main St. The door was secured.
8:53 p.m– Woman on Buckeye Lane reported that someone had removed her front license plate from her vehicle.
11:28 a.m– Woman on W. High St. reported someone taking $5 from her vehicle. Her husband chased the subject but lost him.
9:30 p.m– Aided a deputy in a vehicle sniff. The K9 did not alert on the vehicle on E. High St.
9:06 p.m– An improperly secured door was located at Gilead Christian and a key holder was contacted.
3:14 p.m– Aided a motorist in regaining entry into his vehicle on S. Main St.
2:34 p.m– A ladder was reported missing at Pizza Hut.
11:36 a.m– Assisted squad with a patient who had fallen on E. High St.
6:02 a.m– Cited a man on Douglas St. for driving under suspension and expired registration.
2:42 a.m– Cited a woman for driving under suspension and loud exhaust on E. Union St.
7:26 p.m– Responded to a call of juveniles smoking and cursing at the basketball court on N. Cherry St. The officer spoke to the men at the court, all were over 18. He advised them if they were going to carry on with such behavior to go elsewhere.
9:20 p.m– Woman wanted it documented that her neighbor on Douglas St. had been doing a burn out in her drive way.
9:03 p.m– Woman on E. High St. advised that her neighbor was taunting her dogs. She also stated that she and others in the area were tired of her neighbors late night parties. The officer advised her to contact the station if such a loud party occurs again.
8:05 p.m-Man reported seeing another man urinating outside his vehicle at the fair grounds. The officer located the vehicle and spoke to the owner. He advised that he had not excited his vehicle and had not urinated. No signs of urination were detected. The officer advised the man that no public urinating was allowed in the village. The man said that should he have to urinize, that he would do so in the proper venue.
7:20 p.m– Woman reported she believed that a man was following her daughter in the Kroger parking lot. The girl believed it was a man who she advised has been following her for some time. She said the vehicle had left before the officer arrived.
1:40 p.m– Came to the aid of a man on S. Main St. who had secured his keys inside his vehicle.
7:40 a.m– Man reported five rolls of steel mesh from outside of a business on W. High St.
2:51 a.m– Man advised of seeing a subject walking and carrying something behind a residence on N. Main St. The officer was unable to locate any individual.
1:08 a.m– Observed two males walking along S. Rich St. Both consented to a search of their persons without find.
10:22 p.m– Cited a woman on Lee St. for driving under suspension and tail lights.
6:59 p.m– Arrested Shane Russellwas for underage consumption, theft, and a warrant out of Marion on W. High St.
2:20 p.m– A fuel theft was reported at the Certified station.
1:12 a.m– Observed two male subjects in the Save A Lot parking lot. The subjects said they were on their way to a friends home. Both consented to a search of their person with negative find.
8:20 p.m– Arrested Kermit Day and Katilyn York on active warrants on Lee St.
6:53 p.m– Responded to a report of loud music on Westview Drive. The offending listener agreed to turn off the music.
4:30 p.m– A theft was reported at Family Dollar.
1:10 p.m– Aided a motorist on W. High St. regain entry into his vehicle.
10:51 a.m– Checked out an alarm incident emanating from a building on W. High St. Nothing appeared amiss, dispatch was unable to contact a key holder.
10:42 a.m– After becoming embroiled in a verbal grapple, a woman asked for assistance in retrieving her forgotten phone from the residence on Westview Drive.
7:53 a.m– Conducted a well being check on Lee St. The woman is question was located outside and was OK.
12:18 a.m– Following a traffic stop in which the driver and passenger fled after striking a street sign, the incident was investigated in connection to a report of a motor vehicle theft. The suspect in the theft, Samuel Withem was arrested for underage consumption.
8:28 p.m– Responded to a domestic disturbance on W. High St. The man and woman on the scene advised they were arguing and yelling, but would stop.
7:15 p.m– Responded to a complaint of loud music on Lee St. The man complied and lower the music to a respectable level.
4:49 a.m– Cited two men on N. Cherry St. One for underage consumption and the other for furnishing alcohol to an underage person.
3:26 a.m– Checked out a report of a suspicious vehicle sitting outside of Woodside Village. Contact was made with the vehicles occupants and the story verified.