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Barnesville Police Log

By CATHRYN STANLEY Published: April 26, 2017 12:00 AM

Saturday, April 15

8:02 p.m., Call regarding previous complaint of trash and damage done to property on Wiley Avenue.

Officer responded and spoke to neighbor who was given permission to go onto the caller's property to pick up the trash.

8:46 p.m., call regarding animal welfare check at a West Church Street residence.

10:42 p.m., traffic stop on South Gardner St.

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11:44 p.m., Belmont County 9-1-1 station called regarding a two-person fight at a bar on West Main Street.

Sunday, April 16

7:09 p.m., female caller wanted a man removed from her Hunts Avenue residence. Officer spoke with man who advised he was waiting for a ride from his sister and was going to walk to a nearby business to wait for her.

Monday, April 17

1:43 p.m., traffic stop at corner of Chestnut Street and Bond Avenue after receiving a 9-1-1 report of a vehicle being driven recklessly. Consent given to search vehicle and male was detained.

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6:50 p.m., Central Dispatch received call from Bailey Road residence from a female stating that her daughter is threatening to kill her and there are many knives in the house. Central said two deputies were enroute. The parties were separated.

7:24 p.m., Lincoln Avenue caller said an assault was reported to her that had occurred 15 minutes prior at the Commons. No weapons were involved and no injuries were reported.

Wednesday, April 19

12:57 a.m., male caller stated he was outside a bar on West Main Street when he was assaulted by another man. Caller declined EMS.

Thursday, April 20

3:53 p.m., traffic stop on Warren Avenue. Male had active warrant out of Monroe County for failure to appear.

Consent to search the vehicle wit the K-9 was given. Drugs were found in the vehicle. MCSO was contacted and a deputy picked up the subject.

A male juvenile was released to a woman per consent of custodial mother.

5:46 p.m., Repo company called to advise of a repo on North Broadway Street.


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