Circleville Police reports for Oct. 2-Oct. 8

Circleville Police reports for Oct. 2-Oct. 8

by Craig Lovelace

October 2

3:30 a.m. – An East Mound Street female called police about a suspicious red Jeep that drove past the residence at least eight times and saying that the whole thing was freaking her out. Police were unable to find the vehicle.

9:32 a.m. – A male who owns property along East Mound Street filed a report about vandalism, telling police that a man who was living there, but who didn’t have permission to live there, was now gone and there are materials that have been damaged. 

11:34 a.m. – A Chevy Equinox on South Scioto Street had its back window busted out.

6:07 p.m. – A concerned citizen told police there was a large family gathering at a West Main Street location [name redacted] where the people were drinking 32-ounce alcoholic beverages. (Buuuuurrrrrp.) The caller expressed concern for the juveniles at the gathering in case they ride with someone who drank one of the alcoholic drinks.

11:27 p.m. – Police took a report about a man standing at a West Main Street address [number redacted) and crying.

October 3

4:56 a.m. – (Might want to think of a different way.) A Villa Drive resident, claiming she was kicked by a male [name redacted] for getting home too late, said she flattened the tires on his vehicle in order to calm him down. 

2:33 p.m. – When a Town Street male arrived home, he told police there was a female [name redacted] who was in the residence wearing sweatpants and a black jacket. (And…?) Police took a report on trespassing.

2:41 p.m. – A South Pickaway Street father reported that his daughter’s Barbie bicycle was stolen the night before.

5:47 p.m. ­– On West High Street, a resident said when she and her family pulled into the rear of their residence, they observed a male with a young juvenile attempting to gain entry into the home. The caller said when the male saw them, he fled with the girl westbound on High Street. She described the male as white wearing dark blue jeans with a white shirt with blue and different colored stripes on it. The juvenile female appeared to be around 6 or 7 years old with blonde

hair. The caller is unsure if he was trying to harm the young girl or attempting to break in.

6:28 p.m. – A group of juveniles were seen assaulting another juvenile along South Court Street and stealing his scooter. Police took a report and told the juveniles to stay away from one and other.

8:19 p.m. –  An East Union Street resident asked police to check on a suspicious male riding a bicycle past the house near this location. The caller said the male has rode past more than six times looking into the homes. The rider was described as wearing a light green hoody with a dark hoody over it.

October 4

12:37 a.m. – When a front door alarm went off at a business on U.S. Route 23 [address and site redacted], police contacted the keyholder to the location who said they have been having trouble with rodents. She added if the alarm goes off again, she’ll respond.

3:43 a.m. – Police were unable to find the juveniles that a North Pickaway Street resident claimed threw tomatoes and bricks at her house. (That is one odd combination.)

7:49 p.m. – On Remle Road, a caller requested an officer as several juveniles attempted to get inside a party center to fight one of the females at the party. The juveniles went retrieved a baseball bat from a gray sedan and again tried to enter the building. (Maybe they forgot to RSVP?) Police took a report. 

October 5

12:28 a.m. – An employee at a business along U.S. 23, told police that a female in an older model blue automobile came through the drive-thru intoxicated and had open containers in the vehicle. No report was taken, (and it’s not known if she ordered fries or asked for extra ketchup packets.)

9:54 a.m. – A Dunkel Road mother wished to speak with an officer about some drama going on with her daughter and some other high-school kids. (Macbeth? To Kill a Mockingbird? Hamilton?)

2:20 p.m. – On North Court Street, the Dollar General Store said that a male and female allegedly stole clothing and fled in a vehicle. They were last seen heading southbound on Court.

9:37 p.m. – Three calls to police document the consternation a Lewis Avenue female probably felt upon returning home to discover that someone urinated and defecated on her bed. A male neighbor in the apartment complex also called police eight minutes later about the woman who was banging on his apartment door reiterating the intrusion. At that time, police units were en route to the scene. At 10:37 p.m., the female called emergency-911 telling dispatchers she didn’t know what to do. She said she couldn’t go back to her house because of the person who “pooped and peed in her bed;” she doesn’t have quarters to do laundry; and she doesn’t have any blankets.

October 6

8:48 a.m. – (This is called having ethics.) A male caller said his spouse hit the back of a parked car this morning while taking their kids to school. The couple attempted to locate the vehicle owner without success, but they did supply police with the vehicle’s license plate. Police issued a citation.

6:12 p.m. – A West Main Street business owner called police concerned that a dust-up between Joe Biden and Donald Trump supporters might end up with someone going through the business’ window, which the owner did not want.  (Don’t break glass in case of mayhem.)

October 7

4:53 a.m. – A South Pickaway Street female reported that the windows on her truck were shattered.

10:23 – The Rural King on U.S. Route 23 reported a theft from a day earlier and requested an officer to take down information about it.

October 8

2:47 a.m. – An East Union Street resident reported that she saw three males in a black SUV were going through a vehicle that belongs to her neighbor. The vehicle was gone when police came on site.

9:24 a.m. – A Lancaster Pike business said that people have been ransacking the cars on the lot at night. In the most recent incident, a pizza box was left behind with a person’s name on it. [Names and business name redacted.] (Follow the cheese.)

10:44 a.m. – A “Radcliff” political sign was stolen from the yard of a John Street residence. A second political sign stolen call came in at 1:47 p.m. from an Atwater Avenue address.

11:33 a.m. – Someone stole a wallet with a debit card and cash in it a couple nights before from a vehicle on East Ohio Street. Police took a report.

12:19 p.m. – Police took a report on menacing after a West High Street female claimed she purchased something off of Facebook for $250 only to be accused by the seller of “shorting” her. (This event seems emoji worthy. Happy face? Angry face? I-don’t-know face? Beer stein?)

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