Circleville Police reports for Sept. 11-16

Circleville Police reports for Sept. 11-16

September 11

9:25 a.m. – Someone shot out the back window of vehicle belonging to an East Main Street resident.

11:06 a.m. – A female claims her bank account was hacked after she applied for a loan online.

11:58 a.m. – A Brook Lane male reported that another male claiming to be with the Census Bureau has shown up at the residence twice and became aggressive with his spouse.

12:03 p.m. – Police stood by at the office of a North Court Street apartment complex while a resident, who requested their presence, turned over information about mold in her apartment.

1:09 p.m. – A female alleged she was assaulted by her former fiancé at a Rustic Drive location.

3:46 p.m. – How many times has this happened to you? A female wandered into a Town Street residence and made statements about doing cocaine. She was described by the person who called the police department as acting as if under the influence of drugs. By the time an officer got to the scene, the female had left.

September 12

9:26 a.m. – A female dressed in a hoodie and pajama pants – no description of the PJs’ design was available – pounded on the window of a Lancaster Pike location yelling that she wanted cigarettes. Police told her to leave the property.

3:45 p.m. – A Lincoln Avenue male reported that a bearded man standing 5-foot-8 and weighing approximately 260 pounds came up to him and threatened to “beat his ass.” How’s that for a howdy-do?

4:09 p.m. – An orange and black bike with black pegs on it was stolen from an East Mound Street location.

4:29 p.m. – At Forest Cemetery, police completed a birthday drive-by request. Before that, the cemetery appeared lifeless.

7:50 p.m. – People in the area of Sumpter Avenue reported hearing a loud boom that shook the ground. One person wondered if it was an electricity transformer that blew while others indicated it was fireworks.

9:59 p.m. ­– One female was arrested after police learned of a potential suspicious vehicle that often parks in the 500 block of Lincoln Avenue. A caller said the vehicle frequents the area regularly though nobody ever seems to exit the car. On this occasion, there were two to three occupants in the vehicle. Arrested on a warrant out of the Chillicothe Police Department was Tonya Davis.

10:59 p.m. – A South Western Avenue male told police that someone broke into his vehicle and took the keys that were in the ignition. Easiest alleged crime of the day.

11:25 p.m. – A female walked into a North Court Street Speedway fueling station and told a clerk that there are people in her house that she does not know. She stated that they just came into her house. Did she serve hors d’oeuvres?

September 14

2:13 a.m. ­– Several West High Street residents had their slumber interrupted by a shouting match among two females and a male. No weapons were on the scene and the altercation was primarily verbal, although one witness said they were “waking everyone up.” A report on trespassing was taken.

4:51 a.m. – Someone called the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office and reported that on Watt Street a male found a female sleeping in his vehicle. He confronted and tased her, which sent the female running off. Circleville Police took a report.

9:00 a.m. – A Walnut Creek Pike male complained about a recreational vehicle that showed up on the property behind his. He says it’s an eyesore, in terrible condition, and he hopes it gets moved.

11:20 a.m. – A lawnmower was purportedly stolen out of an East Mound Street garage.

2:05 p.m. – “Thumping music” moved a Third Avenue resident to call police, which advise the offending party to tone it down.

3:28 p.m. – Someone broke into a Mingo Street home and stole some medications and power tools.

7:10 p.m. – An East Main Street resident called police after a male followed her home from Kroger just to give her his phone number. Police took a report on harassment.

September 15

5:53 a.m. – An East Franklin Street man asked police for an extra patrol due to what he said are a group of homeless people hanging out on his garage’s cement platform.

9:45 a.m. – A male came to police headquarters to report that someone got into his wife’s vehicle and stole their child’s backpack and cellphone accessories.

11:40 a.m. – Someone ransacked a vehicle on Watt Street and stole some items.

6:11 p.m. – A West Mound Street female reported a car that was circling the block with its occupants and harassing her boyfriend.

7:51 – Police took a report of an unruly juvenile male who busted a bottle of water on the carpet of a North Pickaway Street residence. At least it wasn’t spilled milk.

9: 41 p.m. – An emergency-911 caller reported that a male walked into her Logan Street apartment unannounced and started throwing items around. That’s one heck of a tantrum.

September 16

12:23 a.m. – Patrons of an East Main Street business complained that there were individuals play fighting along the side of an establishment though the customers thought they were for real fighting. Police told the subjects – either play or the real thing – to move along.

12:35 a.m. – A female walking to her boyfriend’s East Water Street residence was confronted by a male waving a baseball bat and saying he has some bullets for her. (Not kidding.) The female said this started at [a location police redacted] a couple of hours earlier and adding that the male’s wife is screaming at her as well. A report on menacing was taken.

1:37 a.m. – Despite blocking a male’s cellphone number and Messenger account, a Lewis Avenue female complained that he keeps on contacting and harassing her.

11:54 a.m. – One man was arrested for hitting a Half Avenue female in the face. She told police in an emergency-911 call that her dog kept trying to attack the male who refused to leave the residence. Charged with domestic violence was Wayne Lanning.

3:51 p.m. – An East Franklin Street vehicle was ransacked and stolen were a new pair of cross-country Nike shoes, cologne and a travel bag.

5:30 p.m. – A Garden Parkway female reported that someone claiming to be with the Census Bureau showed up at her residence. The male, according to the resident refused to show any identification that he was with the agency. However, he did ask for the female’s Social Security number. 

10:08 p.m. – The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office alerted Circleville Police of an individual they took out to OhioHealth Berger Hospital earlier in the day who, at the time of this call, was causing a scene by refusing to get dressed and yelling. No report was taken.

10:27 p.m. – A female in the 500 block of East Ohio Street reported that while getting ready for work she heard a loud noise at the backdoor and saw two people standing there. It turned out the individuals were juveniles who threw eggs at the door.

A software issue at the police department prevented the publishing of incidents recorded for Sept. 17.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *