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Barnesville Police Log

Published: July 19, 2017 12:00 AM

Friday, July 7

5:33 p.m., report of a tree in the power lines on Mt. Olivett Rd. The tree was leaning on the lines and there was still power. No sparks or fire were present. American Electric Power was advised.

6:27 p.m., caller reported that items stolen in Noble County were taken by Barnesville residents. The caller was advised to contact the Noble County sheriff's office since the crime occurred there.

Saturday, July 8

2:10 p.m., officer requested by hospital ER staff for non-compliant parents who brought in food and began feeding their child who was not permitted to eat for medical reasons.

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5:24 p.m., accident with property damage on East Main Street. A towing service was called for two vehicles and the EMS was called for a passenger.

9:52 p.m., report of a pickup truck parked in the middle of East Main Street with the flashers on.

Sunday, July 9

5:53 p.m., traffic stop on Fair Street. Hand gun taken into custody and one male detained. Another male was charged with disorderly conduct and a weapons violation. Officer transported both males to station.

9:06 p.m., complaint of loud music on Pine Lane.

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11:21 p.m., caller reported that a gray car with a black hood was being driven at a high rate of speed on 147.

Monday, July 10

3:04 p.m., report of a suspicious vehicle on Grace Avenue.

Tuesday, July 11

9:41 p.m., man on station wanting to get items from a trailer on North Broadway Street. He requested assistance to collect his belonging, but was advised that it was a civil matter. An officer placed a courtesy call to the resident who stated she would not release the items due to the man owing her money. She was advised of the civil process.

10:46 p.m., complaint of barking dog on Henderson Street. The call was transferred through 9-1-1 and when the officer arrived he noticed the dog owner taking the dog inside.

Wednesday, July 12

12:01 a.m., Central Dispatch advised a man was enroute to Barnesville Hospital for cardiac emergency.

2:47 a.m., Bond Avenue caller advised his girlfriend came in screaming and throwing things. He wanted her removed. The female left for the evening.


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