Circleville Police reports for Sept. 4-10

Circleville Police reports for Sept. 4-10

It wasn’t quite as dramatic as Al Pacino’s “Say hello to my little friend,” quote in “Scarface,” but on Renick Avenue Sept. 7 a male could be heard overheard during a domestic situation saying, “They better send every damn cop they have.” He allegedly was smashing the car windows of a female who called police.

Other calls made between Sept. 4-10 included a man who thinks two others are out to get him; a man pushing a stroller and dancing in the street; and a female who apparently dislikes cats, or at least a particular set of felines.

Sept. 4

2:52 a.m. ­– Coming home for lunch, a Town Street female told police that somebody broke into the residence while she was at work. She indicated that items were ransacked and things missing. She posited that the suspects might have gotten in by moving a side of an air-conditioner and reaching through to unlock the door. A report was taken.

9:49 a.m. – A Victor Drive caller told emergency-911 that an individual [name redacted] was trespassing on her property. She also claimed to have found needles and drug paraphernalia. Somebody was transported to OhioHealth Berger Hospital though the report does not make clear whom. A report on trespassing was taken.

10:40 a.m. – A male went to the Circleville Police station on East Franklin Street wanting to file a complaint against an individual [name redacted] for driving by Head Start where his 4-year-old is a student. Police advised him that it is not against the law to drive on a public street.

3:18 p.m. – Police took a report from an East Main Street male complaining about another male who, the first male claims, has shown up to his workplace and home threatening to fight him because he is dating his “baby mama.”

9:49 p.m. – A Lewis Avenue tenant filed a complaint against an individual who he suspects of posting a fake eviction notice on his apartment door and then allegedly ransacking it. A report was taken.

10:36 p.m. – A Logan Street caller reported that someone stole his motorcycle from his residence.

11:20 p.m. – A Lewis Avenue male called police about his missing wallet. He then told an officer that he feels threatened by two individuals who, he believes, are conspiring to get rid of him. A report was taken.

Sept. 5

7:38 a.m. – A male showed up at the Circleville Police station with a small pair of pants and a “doo-rag” laying in the street in front of his East Main Street house. He initially didn’t think anything of it, then started thinking about all of the child trafficking and thought he would let police know just in case.

9:45 p.m. – Police were called to a North Court Street gas station upon complaints that five vehicles were blocking the fuel pumps with some people harassing other customers and the station clerks. The suspects left before police arrived.

Sept. 6

12:30 p.m. – An individual went to police headquarters on East Franklin Street to report what she defined as five junk vehicles on Watt Street that hadn’t been moved in a long time. Two of the vehicles had weeds growing around them, while another had a damaged driver’s side. The vehicles were towed away.

2:34 p.m. – Police took a report about a bicycle that was stolen from a Ruth Avenue address.

10:21 p.m. – A Renick Avenue female called police when she heard pounding on her entry door. She was advised to answer the door because it was the police and they were looking for an individual.

Sept. 7

1:07 a.m. – Another call from Renick Avenue led to a man fleeing after authorities were alerted that he was breaking out the car windows of a female who lives at the location. He could be heard in the background during a phone call saying, “They better send every damn cop

they have.” The caller told police they had just picked him up from Whitehall where he was charged with driving under the influence. Police were alerted three more times through the early morning hours that the male had returned and was causing a disturbance.

9:25 a.m. – A caller alerted police to an individual who was standing outside of Everets Hill on the Corwin Street side. An initial report was taken; Harold Hoop Jr. was arrested and charged with burglary, probation violation, aggravated burglary, menacing by stalking, illegal conveyance of drugs of abuse into a detention or mental-health facility. Hoop pleaded not guilty to the charges in Circleville Municipal Court. A full report was not available as of Sept. 11.

12:39 p.m. – Vandals may have damaged a tree on an Atwater Avenue property. A report was taken.

Sept. 8

5:33 a.m. – A male reported that while walking his two dogs past a Stella Avenue residence Sept. 7, a dog in the backyard jumped over the fence restraining it and attacked his dogs. 

6:32 a.m. – No Houdini here. An East Mound Street mother called police because her 12-year-old son had put on a pair of handcuffs and could not find the key to unlock them. Police provided that service.

8:49 a.m. – Someone stored their belongings plus a small cage, kittens, bowls, sheets and towels near the dumpster of Roosters restaurant located on U.S. Route 23. People retrieved the lot later in the day. 

10:37 a.m. – Police filed a report after a female came to their East Franklin Street headquarters saying that on Sept. 5, she errantly left her ATM card in a bank’s drive-thru machine. She later found that the card was used at several locations in Circleville and speculated that someone came after her and took her card from the ATM.

10:55 a.m. – A Watt Street woman was warned to quit trespassing onto a neighbor’s property to yell at her about her cats.

Sept. 9

12:43 p.m. – An extra police patrol was requested by a male concerned with the number of vehicles driving along West High Street that ignore a stop sign and speed through the neighborhood. He is worried about the kids who sometimes play in the street.

1:46 p.m. – A city detective requested that a report for nuisance issues and health violations be compiled for a South Pickaway Street address [which is redacted] where there is no running water, no electricity, the toilet doesn’t flush and is full of feces. A report says 18 adults are living at the address while the homeowner is incarcerated.

Sept. 10

9: 23 a.m. – Police took a report about a purported stolen car that a male said occurred between 4:30 a.m. and 9:23 a.m. He said his son came home from work at 4:30 and the 2001, dark blue Mercury Mountaineer was still at the South Pickaway Street address.

10:25 a.m. – Also on South Pickaway Street, a female caller said there was an older male, who was wearing headphones with a stroller in tow, dancing in the middle of the street. The caller said she was concerned about the baby the stroller contained.

3:10 p.m. – The Ohio State Highway Patrol alerted Circleville Police and Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office of an eastbound blue Silverado pickup truck traveling along U.S. Route 22 toward the city. A report said the truck was moving at varying speeds, swerving and not maintaining its lane.

4:26 p.m. – A female was arrested for allegedly assaulting her brother. Dreama Spurlock was charged with assault and taken to the Pickaway County Jail.

10:45 p.m. ­ OhioHealth Berger Hospital called police about a female they were on the phone who allegedly was intoxicated. Hospital staff told police she admitted to having open containers inside of the vehicle and tried to bring in her intoxicated husband in to be seen for injures from a fall. The staff told police that the beige Chevy Trailblazer had pulled into the hospital’s parking lot. Police were unable to locate.

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