Friday, June 16

10:23 p.m., officer at a Railroad Street residence speaking to residents about returning belongings to a former resident.

Saturday, June 17

1:47 a.m., report of three males running on East Walnut Street, heading west. All three juveniles were released to their parents.

2:10 a.m., Fairmont Avenue caller advised there was someone hiding behind bushes. Subject was not located.

9:44 a.m., call on Bethesda Street in reference to parking.

3:17 p.m., caller from sale barn advised that someone claimed a bull at the sale was stolen from a farm in Quaker City. He was advised to have her contact the Guernsey County sheriff's office and make a report and to provide her with the seller's information for GCSO.

5:39 p.m., officer at park concerning kids climbing into the back of a truck for a ride.

Sunday, June 18

10:06 p.m., possible attempted breaking and entering on Ohio Street reported. Male caller said that it appeared someone had forced entry into the back door of the residence. Caller said nothing seemed to be out of place inside the residence. A statement and photos were taken.

Monday, June 19

8:04 a.m., female caller at North Lincoln Avenue Apartment reported a man was choking her, but she did not know the apartment number. Upon arrival, officer smelled a strong odor of marijuana. Female would not cooperate and did not want to file charge. Officer obtained warrant through Western Court.

Tuesday, June 20

6:28 p.m., traffic stop on Mills Street. K-9 officer requested. K-9 gave positive indication, but nothing was found in search.

Wednesday, June 21

8:52 p.m., third party report of a verbal fight between neighbors on Henderson Street. A disorderly conduct citation was issued.

Saturday, June 24

4:47 p.m., Franklin Street caller reported that her husband was throwing her items out of the house onto the front yard. Caller said the situation was turning violent and she needed and officer.

Sunday, June 25

4:57 p.m., call in reference to a large hole on Bond Avenue. Village Operations Manager was advised.

8:51 p.m., officer at Main Street gas station in reference to a report of a male passenger yelling at a female passenger in the backseat. Drugs were found in the vehicle.

Monday, June 26

3:27 p.m., report of a drive off at a Chestnut Street gas station. It turned out to be an accident, as the woman thought that her card had gone through. She was to contact the gas station.

5:13 p.m., report of kids swimming in the park lake near and under the fishing pier. Officer did not see any kids swimming in the lake. He did see a couple of kids walking up from the lake near the pool and was to talk to them and see if they had been in the lake.

Tuesday, June 27

2:41 p.m., report of an incoherent female in the roadway on South Gardner Street. Female appeared to be intoxicated. A citation was issued for disorderly conduct and the woman was transported to her residence.

Thursday, June 29

7:24 a.m., Laws Street caller reported that her 15-year-old daughter was missing and last seen the previous night at approximately 10:30 p.m. Her bathroom window was ajar that morning and her mother believed she had left with a 19-year-old boy. Officer found the girl at an East Main Street residence and transported her back to Laws Street.