Saturday, May 20
3:18 a.m., report of a large tree down on Shamrock Drive.
1:32 p.m., female on station in reference to harassment from her mother's ex-boyfriend. She said he was coming to town and she was concerned he would cause problems.
2:48 p.m., repo company on station in reference to repossession of three vehicles belonging to a Barnesville man.
2:51 p.m., woman on station in reference to unauthorized charges on her debit card.
2:59 p.m., Bond Avenue resident complained that repo company was at his residence and could not take a vehicle to which he has a trailer attached.
10:45 p.m., employee at a West Main Street bar reported a fight between two females outside the bar. Caller said the fight was physical and is ongoing in front of the bar. Bystanders out front were trying to break up the fight. Officer responded.
Sunday, May 21
9:40 a.m., call in reference to a raccoon on Jagger Lane.
9:41 a.m.hit/skip accident reported involving at brown Buick. Owner of vehicle reported that in happened in a parking lot on East Main Street, but there was no evidence that it occurred there. Owner e said it may have happened the previous night in Bethesda.
11:42 a.m., report of a silver Toyota truck being driven on the wrong side of 800 from Somerton. Officer pulled the driver over on North Chestnut Street. The driver was not impaired and was given a warning for stopping past the stop bar.
3:10 p.m., Central Dispatch advised that the driver of a white Jeep Wrangler threw contraband over the prison wall in St. Clairsville. The OSP was handling the case, but wanted BPD to be on the lookout for the vehicle. License plate number and name of registered owner was given.
3:51 p.m., woman called in reference to her son's former roommate's friend's ashes still being in her son's apartment in New Athens. She was advised to call the Harrison County Sheriff's Department.
Monday, May 22
5:16 p.m., accident with property damage reported on Leatherwood Pike. There were no injuries. Accident occurred when one vehicle was backing out of the driveway as another was pulling in. Vehicles were off the roadway. Location was just outside of corporation limit, so BCSO was contacted and enroute. Caller later asked SO to be cancelled as it occurred on private property and owners decided to exchange insurance information and work it out.
7:31 p.m., report of kids acting inappropriately at the park playground.
Tuesday, May 23
7:49 p.m., woman on station in regards to harassment on Facebook. She came to station to speak with officer and complete a report.
9:23 p.m., two calls received reporting a suspicious male on Sycamore Street.
9:30 p.m., male subject was running from officer through the woods and was reported by callers to be on the back porch of a house peaking through the windows.
9:42 p.m., officer located male fitting description from previous calls.
10:18 p.m., officer at South Chestnut Street for check on a dog.
Wednesday, May 24
7:56 a.m., report of high school entrance being blocked by square hay bales in what was believed to be a senior prank.
4:09 p.m., traffic stop on South Chestnut Street. Vehicle did not match plates. Plate was rusty and difficult to read, but was correct.
Thursday, May 25
6:48 p.m., South Chestnut Street resident reported there was a man there trying to take items that were not his. Male and female both had warrants, one out of Gurensey County and the other out of Noble County. Guernsey Count SO picked up both and transported female to Noble County line.