March 25, 2014
4:09 A.M. While on foot patrol on W. High Street, the officer found the front door to a building to be unsecure. The building was checked and secured.
6:50 A.M. While performing foot patrol at the block of 100 South Cherry Street, officer found the front door to a residence be unsecure. The officer checked the residence and observed no signs of unauthorized entry.
2:02 P.M. In the 700 block of Baker St., a resident reported an argument between him and his brother. The officer spoke with both parties and they both confirmed the dispute was verbal. The officer told them to keep things better under control and the officer left the scene.
7:57 P.M. Lock out in 100 block of Vine St. Entry gained, no damage.
9:32 P.M. While on patrol, an officer observed a package on top of the post office drop off box at 37 W. High St. An officer looked at the package and determined that someone was attempting to mail it. The officer took the package inside and placed it in the drop box.
10:27 P.M. While on patrol, the officer observed an open door at the 300 block of Highland Street. The residence is abandoned. The officer searched the building and did not locate anything out of the ordinary. An officer secured all doors and cleared the scene.
12:50 P.M. The complainant locked the keys inside her vehicle at Korger Fuel station. Entry was gained without damage.
1:30 P.M. Unlocked a vehicle for the State Patrol at the post 59. Entry was gained without damage.
5:58 P.M. While on patrol, the officer observed three subjects walking door to door near the 100 block of West Union Street. The officer stopped and made contact with the subjects. They advised that they work for IGS, an energy company. The officer asked about a permit and they stated that they believed that they had one. An officer advised that he was unaware of one, but he would check. The officer contacted village administrator, and he stated that he had not received any information for permits. The officer went back and spoke with the assistant manager for IGS and advised him that he needed to stop immediately. He stated he would and would file for a permit.
7:34 P.M. An officer was dispatched to the 500 block of W. High Street on a report of an alarm drop. The officer arrived on scene and checked the building. All doors and windows were secure. Everything appeared ok, the officer cleared the scene.
11:08 P.M. While on foot patrol in the 500 block of West Marion Road, an officer located the front entrance to the building open. The officer searched the building and everything appeared ok. The officer secured the door and cleared the scene.
4:01 A.M. A male complainant in the 200 block of Lincoln Ave. advised that he and his girlfriend are being threatened and harassed by two male subjects and a female subject. They advised that the subjects had some to their residence and were beating on the doors and screaming. They advised that the subjects also drove by several times in a white Cadillac, yelled out the window, and then spun the tires. The complainant advised that they wanted the incident documented in case it continues or escalates. The officer advised them to call 9-1-1 if the subjects return and they fell threatened.
12:20 P.M. Complainant locked his keys in his vehicle at the Town Pump. Entry gained without damage.
8:24 P.M. An officer was dispatched to the 400 block of North Delaware Street on an open line 9-1-1 call. The officer was advised that is sounded like juveniles playing in the background. An officer arrived at the address and located a male subject. He stated he was the only one home. Dispatch was advised and gave another address. The officer advised dispatch that it was the water treatment facility. Dispatch called the number back and was able to speak with an adult. It was determined that the emergency button was accidentally pressed. All was ok and the scene was cleared.
9:09 P.M. While on a traffic stop, the officer was advised of a reckless driver coming into Mount Gilead. A male subject approached the officer and stated that vehicle that just passed him was the one driving reckless. The incident occurred on County Road 24. An officer relayed the new information to dispatch and attempted to locate the vehicle. The vehicle was described as a green Dodge. The vehicle was located at the Purple Indian. A deputy and the officer arrived on scene and handled the call.
11:06 P.M. Assisted squad 1 and EMS 9 at the 700 block of Baker Street on a diabetic patient. The patient refused transport to the hospital.
11:37 P.M. The manager at the Duke and Duchess requested that an officer attempt to make contact with their third shift employee because she was a no call and no show to work. An officer advised her that he would attempt to do so. An officer went to the last known address and observed that the apartment was empty.
2:00 A.M. An officer responded to the 200 block of Center Street to assist a Cardington Officer in reference to a reported fight. Upon arrival, an officer requested assistance. Shortly after arrival, Multiple Deputies arrived on scene. The officer resumed patrol.
12:07 P.M. A caller in the 400 block of Park Ave. reported receiving several phone calls from a male subject. The male subject left messages on the complainant’s answering machine. The male subject was demanding the complainant to drive him to the sheriff’s office so he can get his cellmates coffee. While the officer was with the complainant the male subject called again. The officer spoke with the male subject who sounded like he was intoxicated. The officer advised the male subject to stop calling or he would be going to jail. The male subject stated that he would stop.
6:54 P.M. Cited and released a female subject in the 400 block of Lee St. for assault. Additional charges for burglary will be sought.
11:16 P.M. The complainant in the 400 block of Park Ave. called to report that the same male subject has called him again and he wishes for the calls to stop. The male subject was contacted earlier in the day by a sergeant and advised to not call the complainant again. An officer went to the male subject’s home and spoke with him. The officer advised the male subject to not contact the complaintant anymore. The male subject said he would not contact him again. The officer advised the male subject that if he continues, he could face charges. The male subject stated that he would stop.
7:05 A.M. Dispatched advised that they had received three calls in reference to a possible disturbance that may take place at the elementary school during student drop off. An officer advised that a male subject, father of a student at Park Avenue Elementary, was upset because the child’s mother was having a female subject drop off his daughter. The officer performed a stationary patrol near the drop off point. No issues were observed.
8:35 P.M. The complainant in the 500 block of Lee St. locked the keys inside her vehicle. Entry was gained without damage.
9:40 A.M. The complainant and two other males watched a male subject climb into a window at a West Center Street apartment address. The male subject returned from inside the apartment with something inside a green trash bag. When the male subject walked past the Community Center, one of the males confronted him. He told them he was retrieving something that he had been asked to get by the occupant of the apartment. An officer has not been able to make contact with the occupant of the apartment, to ask if he gave permission to the male subject, who has outstanding warrants.
2:53 P.M. A complainant in the 400 block of Catalpa Lane reported that she had given a handgun to a friend to clean. The complainant has attempted to make contact with the male subject in order to retrieve the hand gun but he won’t return her calls. She requested that we make contact with him and ask him to return the gun. The officer called and left a message for the male subject to contact him at the police department.
3:58 P.M. Complainant locked the keys inside her vehicle in front of 46 S. Main St. Entry was gained without damage.
4:58 P.M. Staff at the Certified station reported a gasoline drive off of $20.00. The staff stated the vehicle was a red truck and they were able to get a license plate. The plate returned to a male subject who lives in Centerburg, Ohio. A Deputy from the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office was able to contact the male subject, who stated he take care of the gas.
8:20 A.M. A complainant in the 400 block of Lee Street reported that a male subject (same one who called the complainant in the 400 block of Park Ave.) has been calling him repeatedly over the last few days. In total there were 35 calls from the male subject and 13 messages. The complainant did not want to press charges; he just wants the calls to stop. An officer made contact with the male subject and advised him to sop calling the complainant. He said he would stop calling.
9:30 A.M. The complainant in th 400 block of Park Ave. arrived on station and advised that when he woke that morning he found a note on his door. The complainant advised that the male subject (from previous complaints) had came to his home this morning and left a note asking for a ride to a bank and Check Smart. The complainant advised that he has given the male subject rides in the past but with recent phone calls and other incidents involving the male subject, he no longer wanted contact with him. The officer advised the complainant that he would document the incident and attempt to make contact with the male subject and advise him to stay away.
9:45 A.M. The complainant reported a female subject stopped in the 300 block of Park Ave. and was yelling obscenities at the crossing guard. The suspect was identified.
10:50 A.M. Staff at First Knox reported that a male subject (same one who called the complainants in the 400 block of Park Ave. and Lee St.) was in the bank and was making them uncomfortable. The officer spoke with the male subject and asked him to go to Mental Health and speak with someone. He agreed to go so an officer transported him there. After he spoke with them, he was transported to his home. The officer also told him to stay out of First Knox downtown.
2:39 P.M. The complainant was traveling East on Marion Road in front of McDonalds. The complainant was struck by another vehicle and his vehicle came to rest on the top.
3:05 P.M. A complainant in the 4000 blcok of State Route 42 arrived on station and advised that he had been receiving text messages from his ex-girlfriend. The complainant advised that he asked the female subject to stop contact and she has refused. An officer looked through the text messages and found that both parties had engaged in conversation. The officer advised the complainant to not have anymore contact with the female subject and advised the complainant that I would contact the female subject to do the same.
4:32 P.M. The officer was dispatched to a West Center Street apartment address on a burglary. The Captain advised that he knew of the complaint and requested that a statement be given to the complainant. Upon arrival the officer made contact with the male subject. The male subject stated that someone had stolen his safe. A statement form was given to the male subject and was advised to call the station when it was complete.
12:23 A.M. An officer assisted squad 1 with a patient at the 500 block of Dogwood Lane. The officer assisted in lifting the patient onto the cot. The patient was transported to the Morrow County hospital.
1:30 P.M. Fire control received a 9-1-1 call from a juvenile near the 300 block of Chartwell. The juvenile would laugh and then hang up. The officer checked the address but was unable to get an answer at the door. The residents at the address were adults.
1:33 P.M. A complainant in the 400 block of Lee St. came on station and reported that his ex-wife is calling him and won’t stop. The complainant showed me a protection order that had been issued on March 19, 2014. The officer told him that she most likely has not been served with the order yet but the officer would call and tell her to stop contacting him.
4:55 P.M. A complainant from Stewart Ave. contacted the station to advise of a co-worker who had threatened her by saying he was watching her and he would come back. The co-worker stated he told the complainant to stop talking about him and if she continued to speak poorly about him, he would go up to management. He was told not to have contact with the complainant and he stated he was transferred. Advised the complainant to contact the police dept. if he showed up on the property.
9:33 P.M. Arrested a fmeale on a charge of assault on N. Main St.
9:50 P.M. M.C.Z.O. advised of a truck parked behind NAPA, arrived on scene and was unable to locate.