June 4, 2014
4:45 a.m. Complainant advised she heard noises outside her residence and sounded like someone trying to get into her back door in the 300 block of Highland Ave. Upon arrival the residence and back door appeared to be fine and advised if she hears anything else to call again.
9:40 p.m. An alarm drop at the Family Dollar Store and found the front doors open but no one inside. The assistant manager arrived a short time, she had forgotten to the lock the door.
12.55 p.m. Dispatched received a complaint on S Delaware Ave in reference to people yelling at one another. Mother and daughter were having a verbal argument but no physical assault. Gave a verbal warning but next time would be a charge of disorderly conduct.
6:46 a.m. An alarm drop on East St., knocked on the door several times and did not get an answer.
8:42 a.m. Assisted a motorist with locked keys in the car, gained entry without incident at Krogers.
10:22 a.m. Assisted a motorist gain entry to his vehicle without incident on N. Main St.
10:33 a.m. The complainant came to the station to request a civil stand by on E. Cedar St.
10:46 a.m. The complainant reported she had parked her vehicle in the Family Dollar parking lot when she exited her vehicle a dog in the next vehicle came halfway out of the window at her. She got back inside her car and waited for the owner of the dog to come out of the store. She told the owner what happened and he started to curse at her. She turned around and talked to the employees of Family Dollar and the man left.
11:06 a.m. The manager of Family Dollar reported that someone had illegally dumped trash in the dumpster at the store. Contact the owner of the trash and he stated he had put out trash and other items and he noticed someone had taken the items. He was instructed to contact Family Dollar so they could reach some agreement.
11:26 a.m. While traveling on W. High St near the Post Office became involved in a non injury accident.
3:00 p.m. The complainant locked the keys in herd vehicle, gained entry without damage on N. Main St.
5:31 p.m. Dispatched to a non-injury accident on W. Marion St.
6:16 p.m. Complainant reported her purse missing while in Kroger in which she later called to report it was found.
12:59 a.m. While on foot patrol the north door of the Mt. Gilead Baptist Church was found to be unsecure, no sign of unauthorized entry.
12:51 p.m. Assisted motorist to gain entry to his locked vehicle without damage on Marion Rd.
4:54 p.m. Assisted Cardington P.D. on W. Marion Rd. on an attempt a warrant out of his village. No one came to the door and the scene was cleared.
5:06 p.m. Gained entry without damage on W. Marion Rd.
5:30 p.m. Gained entry without damage on E. High St.
7:25 p.m. Complainant reported he found a black pouch that contained a syringe and a vial of insulin. The owner was contacted and picked up his medicine.
9:51 a.m. Complainant called the police to report he was assaulted by his brother and father the previous night on Westview Dr. He first wanted to press charges against his father and brother but changed his mind.
12:05 p.m. Complainant reported someone the previous night shot the windshield on two vehicles either with a bb gun or air soft gun on South St. The complainant requested the incident be documented for future use.
9:00 p.m. Complainant advised he had got into an argument on Baker St. with his brother and wanted an officer there before his brother got out of hand. The argument was about the dog needing to stay in his area. Advised them next time it would be a different outcome and they needed to act like adults.
10:34 p.m. Complainant on E. High St. requested a civil standby while she gathered her items.
2:15 a.m. Responded to Park St. to assist officer in reference to subjects who fled from him on foot.
6:20 a.m. The front entrance to Sunoco had the glass broken and cartons of cigarettes were stolen.
9:43 p.m. Dispatch advised a 9-1-1 hang up on Grant St. Spoke to the homeowner and was advised it was not him or his children because they were sleeping.
10:50 a.m. Complainant contacted the station to inform that her neighbor on E. North St. was allowing his alarm clock to go off for hours every morning and requested the neighbor to be contacted. Unable to make contact.
10:53 a.m. A semi was following a vehicle on W. Marion St. where the vehicle stopped to turn into the hospital and the semi locked up the brakes to avoid hitting them. The semi then served off the road and mad contact with the complainants bumper cover causing minor damage. The semi then left the scene. Were unable to locate the semi and the incident was documented.
12:07 p.m. Dispatched to Town St. in reference to a report of an intoxicated suicidal male. Advised the wife had called Helpline. The gentleman was sitting in the dark and was having flashbacks from Vietnam and drinking homemade wine. When asked to willingly go to the Hospital to be evaluated, he advised he would. While en route, he began breathing very rapidly and heavily, dispatch was instructed to advise hospital staff. Upon arrival to the E.R., the dispatch advised that the hospital and stated the E.R. was full and the patient would have to wait in the patrol car until a room was available. Advised the hospital staff that the patient was hyper ventilating or having a panic attack in the back of the patrol car and was advised that they did not have staff or a room to take him at this time. At this time I could see the patient laying down in the rear of the patrol car and was told he passed out. A squad was requested to respond. The patient regained counsciousness and was assisted out of the care into a wheelchair. He then went uncounscious again, his body tense and he slid out of the wheelchair and onto the floor. The patient complained of leg cramps and lost consciousness again. An aide retrieved a pillow and the patient laid on the floor. At least three hospital staff including a doctor and a nurse inside the office area who could plainly see what was happening but offered no assistance or medical treatment. The squad arrived for transport and while en route to Marion over halfway there, the paramedics advised the Morrow Co Hospital instructed them to turn around and the patient back for the treatment. The patient was delivered to The Marion Co Hospital E.R. for treatment.
4:38 p.m. Complainant requested a well being check on their daughter on Westview Dr.
4:55 p.m Complainant reported that his ex-girlfriend had a gas grill that belonged to him and she would not return it. He requested to charges for theft. She confirmed she had it and she had moved out so she took the grill with her instead leaving it behind. She agreed to meet and turn over the grill.
6:02 p.m. Complainant requested a standby because she was moving out and her boyfriend would not let her take their daughter. Informed that he could not be forced to allow the child to go with her, she did not like that and she walked away.
6:17 p.m. Assisted the Morrow Co Hospital E.R. Staff with a patient that was intoxicated and had taken some drugs and would not cooperate with them. Spoke with the patient and convinced him to cooperate and he agreed.
7:42 p.m. The complainant called and reported that while she was walking her dog another dog tried to attack her dog. Apparently on Douglas St. the owner does not tie the dog up and in comes into the street and tries to attack the complainant’s dog. Spoke to the owner and explained that she needs to keep her dog on her own property and that if the dog attacks and they are not on her property and she could be held responsible.
9:17 p.m. The caller requested extra patrol at the apartment complex on S. Delaware St. She explained that apparently neighborhood kids that do not live there are coming onto the property and tearing things up.
1:23 a.m. Dispatched to the 100 block of S. Main St. for loud music. Contacted the resident and advised him of the complaint and stated he would keep it turned down.
6:31 a.m. Dispatched advised of a silent hold up alarm at McDonalds. Made contact via telephone and the employee stated that the maintenance accidently set off the alarm.
1:38 p.m. 911 hang from W. Union St. from an elderly man by mistake.
11:40 p.m. Complainant stated he was taking something from his grill outside on S. Delaware St. when he said something struck him in his arm causing a scratch. Approximately two hours later he went back outside and was struck again, causing it to bleed. Nothing was found but the complainant requested the incident be documented.
11:00 a.m. The complainant on S. Main St. found a set of keys in the alley behind her home.
2:18 p.m. Conducted a civil standby for the complainant on W. high St, Marengo Stated she left employment and wanted to gather her personal belongings. No issue while she was there.
6:15 p.m. Received a report of juveniles hitting golf balls beside 397 South Delaware St. No juveniles were found
6:55 p.m. Staff at the certified reported a gasoline drive off of $15.10. The clerk was able to get the plate number. A sheriff’s deputy made contact with the owner of the vehicle and she stated she thought the pre pay machine read her credit card. She called Certified and advised the clerk she would be the next day to pay.
8:15 p.m. Fire department received an active smoke alarm on E. North St. The doors were locked and one of the firefighters attempted to call the homeowner and left a message. There was no signs of a fire.
9:01 p.m. The complainant reported a juvenile was running up and down the hallway on s. Delaware St. She opened the door and saw that the juvenile was told to stop by a neighbor. The father of the juvenile apologized for his son and advised them that the management of the apartment building was better in handling these situations rather than law enforcement.
9:48 p.m. caller reported a white van had been sitting in the parking lot of Krogers for over a half hour with a male subject. The vehicle was no longer there.