Friday, April 27
11:18 a.m., Caller asked if anyone has reported a missing dog. Advised negative. He wanted to leave his number in case someone called looking for a female dog that had just had puppies. He found her by the Pitstop.
11:23 a.m., Resident near Wiley Ave. was told to keep her chicken on her property or further action will be taken. She was also advised to clean up her property.
6:51 p.m., Caller states his ex-wife was following him. She keeps driving past his house with his 12-year-old son in the front seat of the car. Caller was very irate during the call, would not let dispatcher get a word in. He kept stating he is looking up the laws of harassment and child endangerment, asking officer to agree with him. He was advised to speak with an officer regarding situation. When determining location of incident, it was determined to be outside of corporation. He was advised to contact the sheriff office to file a complaint.
Saturday, April 28
4:06 a.m., Traffic stop E. Main St.
8:32 a.m., Squad dispatched to E. Main St. due to possible overdose. Male unresponsive. Narcan administered by EMS. Responsive; transported to hospital.
6:29 p.m., Repo on Park Street for black Dodge truck.
7:38 p.m., Traffic stop Railroad St.
11:13 p.m., Dogs reported loose and no one answering the door. Unable to get a contact number.
Sunday, April 29
12:00 a.m., Power outage in town. AEP expects restoration at 4:00 a.m.
12:19 a.m., Traffic stop, Barnesville Hospital.
4:50 a.m., Alarm drop, E. Main St. Upstairs motion detection, safety deposit box motion, and teller counter motion detection. Alarm company spoke to keyholder who was advised to have alarm drop dispatched. 4:56 a.m., building is secure. False alarm.
5:04 a.m., At square taking down stop sign.
5:15 a.m., Power restored.
10:13 a.m., Park director called about vandalism in the girl’s bathroom at the park. Someone wrote profanity. Advised him we would look back at the cameras.
10:17 a.m., Mt. Olivet resident reports a bull walking towards town. He may have gotten back into the fence, but last time she saw him he was almost in town. She tried to contact her neighbors, but they are still at church.
3:41 p.m., Caller from the Commons called about strong smell of marijuana coming from nearby apartment.
3:55 p.m., At Commons in reference to odor of marijuana. Talked to resident. No indication or odor of drug use.
3:59 p.m., S. Broadway St. resident reports hitting a pothole on E. Main St. towards Save-A-Lot. Sidewall busted on the tire of his vehicle.
4:21 p.m., Caller states residents of upstairs apartment are stomping real loud on the floor.
8:40 p.m., Investigated complaint on Morgantown Ave. Resident says she’s trying to sell something on Barnesville Trading Post Facebook page. She is being harassed over a post last week concerning shoes. She attempted to contact the administrator of the site, but they aren’t responding.
Monday, April 30
8:00 a.m., Animal shelter called regarding officer reporting dog on chain on Rt. 800.
8:18 a.m., Accident with injury on E. Main St. One female complaining of rib pain. Squad on route. Tow truck requested. Citation issued. Will remain on scene while Hissom’s gets vehicle towed off roadway.
Tuesday, May 1
12:20 a.m., Accident with property damage, County Road 122. SUV in ditch. Witness reported driver and passenger left in pickup heading out of town. Smell of alcohol coming from vehicle. 12:29 a.m., Two males apprehended at Little Rocks Day Care. Ohio Highway Patrol advised and enroute. 12:35 a.m., Gave information to the staff of Barnesville Hospital Emergency Room in case anyone comes in with injuries
1:30 a.m., Investigated complaint at Barnesville Manor. Male caller received call from Licking County Memorial Hospital for welfare check on his daughter. He was asked for daughter’s phone number, and he said he did not know it and hung up. He was very aggravated that he got central dispatch and not Barnesville Police Department. Male called again and would like an officer to call him concerning his daughter. Nurse from Barnesville ER called 911 from male’s phone asking if someone was trying to help him. Once police are finished with current traffic accident, they will contact him. 2:02 a.m., Officer called male; no answer. Daughter is fine. Officer spoke with her and her father.
7:18 a.m., Cemetery crew worker reported a needle laying in a ditch at Brill St. intersection. Recovered 2 needles.
11:50 a.m., Complainant at station stating she struck pothole at McDonald’s Drive. Wondering why it is not fixed and who owns it. She was advised that it is McDonald’s property and to contact McDonald’s.
12:30 p.m., Female called stated her 2 dogs got loose. One is a black/tan collie mix. The other is a white/grey pitbull. 1:09 p.m., Caller called back reporting dogs are home.
12:31 p.m., Female called to report accident at Family Dollar parking lot. No injuries. She was advised to come to the station to complete accident report.
2:42 p.m., Female caller complained of road crew doing repairs on State Rt. 800 are not letting traffic through. She has been sitting there for 20 minutes. She was advised to contact Ohio State Patrol.
11:05 p.m., Female at station saying her upstairs neighbors were videotaping her in the shower from the vent in their apartment.
Wednesday, May 2
5:07 a.m., Caller stated they are having ongoing problem with gas and oil people blocking the alleyway on Grey Lane. Vehicles are there now. She had been advised to call police when it happened so they could be ticketed.
9:05 a.m., Caller stated he has been trying to call the senior center, but unable to get through. Attempt was made to call the center. Line was busy. 9:17 a.m., male stated he made contact.
10:07 a.m., Business on Bond Ave. called wanting officers to be aware of people speeding into town.
7:11 p.m., Investigated complaint on Morgantown Ave. Vehicle parked in front of residence blocking street.
7:17 p.m., Sandbox driver reported a boy approximately 8-9 years old throwing rocks at vehicles at the top of Leatherwood. Boy was standing on a long row of steps. Driver didn’t know address.
11:13 p.m., At bank with a truck having difficulty turning.
Thursday, May 3
12:10 a.m., Traffic stop, Bond Ave.
8:07 a.m., Traffic stop, Church St.
8:11 a.m., Traffic stop, S. Lincoln.
3:29 p.m., Male’s mother called in reference to getting his belongings that are in evidence from the shooting on Franklin St. He has paperwork stating his items can be released. Advised her that he can pick up the items with the court order.