Law Enforcement & Court Reports A cat and snakes take the stage in police reports

A cat and snakes take the stage in police reports

by Craig Lovelace Selected Circleville Police reports for January 18-21, 2021. Please note that the department redacts the addresses of where calls originated and/or police respond. January 18 7:06 a.m. – Someone got inside of a business in the 300 block of Town Street over the weekend and stole four cell phones as well as …

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Law Enforcement & Court Reports All Rise

All Rise

Pleadings made in Pickaway County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday before Judge P. Randall Knece. Name Address Charge(s)/Plea Disposition Jerry D. Baker, Jr., 37 229 Park Lawn Drive, Circleville Violation of Terms of Intervention / Guilty 30 days in county jail, community control continued Timothy S. Bennett, 27 1888 N. High St.,Galloway Failure to Comply …

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Law Enforcement & Court Reports Blood trail prompts arrest of Circleville man in stabbing of relative

Blood trail prompts arrest of Circleville man in stabbing of relative

by Craig Lovelace Circleville Police continue to investigate the circumstances behind a stabbing that occurred Sunday involving two relatives, one who was arrested and is facing charges and the other who ended up in the hospital. City resident Bennie Jones II, 33, has a Jan. 26 preliminary hearing in Circleville Municipal Court on charges of …

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Law Enforcement & Court Reports Flying lamp, children left alone, more vehicle break-ins part of local crime news

Flying lamp, children left alone, more vehicle break-ins part of local crime news

Select Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office reports for Nov. 30 – Dec. 6 November 30 6:20 p.m. ­– While tending to her dogs, a Saltcreek Township woman said two young kids in a white vehicle pulled up to the home, ran up to the door, and grabbed a package just delivered by UPS that contained a …

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Education Incident involving teacher, student under review at Westfall High School

Incident involving teacher, student under review at Westfall High School

by Craig Lovelace The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an interaction between a Westfall High School teacher and a student that allegedly occurred Nov. 18. Detective Britt Ramey confirmed the outline of a report filed Nov. 30 and said authorities are still interviewing people. However, he added that the two people involved indicated nothing …

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Law Enforcement & Court Reports Multiple vehicles broken into in the Ashville area Nov. 20.

Multiple vehicles broken into in the Ashville area Nov. 20.

CIRCLEVILLE — The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a serious of vehicle break-ins Friday in the Ashville-Madison and Walnut township areas of Goodman, Madison-Walnut, and Ett-Noecker roads. Sheriff’s reports for that day show the first call came from a Walnut Township man who said that between 3-6:30 a.m., someone broke into his black GMC …

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Law Enforcement & Court Reports All Rise

All Rise

Pleadings made this week before Judge P. Randall Knece of the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court. Name: Erica D. Anderson, 29   Address: 1853 Horton Sisters Rd., Oak Hill, Ohio Charges: Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs, Aggravated Possession of Drugs, Trafficking in Heroin, Improperly Handling Firearms             Plea: Not guilty            Disposition: Pretrial 12/11 Name: Jeffrey B. Bigam, 41 …

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Law Enforcement & Court Reports Sheriff’s reports for Nov. 10-13

Sheriff’s reports for Nov. 10-13

Selected reports from the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office during the past week. The number of calls that came into the agency’s dispatching center for the days represented here totaled 224. November 10, 2020  10:43 a.m. – Perfection One reported that two catalytic converters were stolen off two vehicles at its Island Road location in Circleville …

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Law Enforcement & Court Reports Circleville Police reports for Nov. 6-12

Circleville Police reports for Nov. 6-12

by Craig Lovelace November 6 3:47 a.m. – A Lewis Avenue caller said two individuals kept knocking on her doors and windows. 12:39 p.m. –  On Park Street, a male complained about a “beat up old, purple Dodge Dakota” that was parked in front of his house for two weeks. The caller said a construction company …

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