Circleville Police reports for Aug. 18-20

Circleville Police reports for Aug. 18-20

Aug. 18

12:08 ­– Police provided extra patrol in the area of East Union Street after a female reported that two males on bicycles were shining flashlights behind her residence.

9:01 a.m. – A female told police that she believes there is a homeless camp or drug activity occurring on the creek bank in Ted Lewis Park. Her hypothesis is based on her claim that she saw a woman ride a bike to the bank on Aug. 17, which sits on the backside of the park, plus the bike was still there when she called police. Police were unable to locate anyone in the area and found no evidence of a homeless camp.

1:01 p.m. – A North Pickaway Street female claimed a juvenile [name redacted] has been unruly and violent with her, adding that he inflicted bruises by grabbing her arms. A report was taken.

2:15 p.m. – Police filed a report regarding someone trying to break into one of the garages at Barthelmas Park.

3:47 p.m. – A Remle Road resident reported that her residence was broken into. A report was taken.

Aug. 19

6:24 a.m. – Someone broke into a truck parked in the back of the Logan Street residence near the alley and ransacked it. A report was taken.

11:11 a.m. – A Walnut Street male reported his barn was broken into and tools stolen. A breaking and entering report was taken.

8:30 p.m. – A mystery female showed up at separate Watt Street residences leaving those who called police a bit puzzled. In the first instance, the female, wearing a white face mask, was found sitting on the back porch of the first caller who told police she didn’t know her. Twenty-one minutes later, a second caller reported a female with brown hair pulled up into a clip and wearing gray sweatpants, a black T-shirt and a white surgical mask sitting on her porch. The porch sitter then asked for an ibuprofen before jumping up saying she had to leave. She left but not before peeking over the second caller’s fence and into the backyard. Police could not locate the female.

Aug. 20

10:59 a.m. – A Renick Avenue mother told police that her son, Paul Chestnut was at her house though there is a no-contact order keeping he away from the residence. She also said her son had an outstanding warrant for a probation violation, adding that she does not feel safe around him. The woman called police from another location. Chestnut, 46, was arrested for violating his parole and was taken to the Pickaway County Jail.

1:17 p.m. – On Clair Court, a female reported someone called her saying she had committed a crime in Texas and that there were warrants out for her arrest. The female told police she gave the caller her Social Security number but was calling her bank to determine if a freeze could be placed on the Social Security card. Police took down the information for documentation. 

5:55 p.m. – A male reported that his wife, Betty Boyer, had pinned him up against a wall in their Lincoln Avenue apartment and took all of his money. He said she fled the scene toward Brown Street. She was found and arrested, charged with domestic violence. Boyer, 45, was taken to the Pickaway County Jail. 

9:08 p.m. – Police took the call of a Parklawn Drive male describing continuous yelling and screaming that was emanating from a neighbor’s house and which is a regular occurrence, according to the caller. A report was taken.

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