"Rest In Peace K9 Rony" of the Houston (Texas) Police Department End Of Watch: 2/21/2018
Port Clinton Police Department is located at 1868 E Perry St, Port Clinton, 43452 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert J Hickman. The Port Clinton Police Department phone number is 419-734-3121.
"Rest In Peace K9 Rony" of the Houston (Texas) Police Department End Of Watch: 2/21/2018
Chief’s Blotter – Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 32 (feels like 22) degrees and should climb through 34 with light snow forecasted throughout the day. Today in History - Lead Story, 1980: U.S. hockey team makes miracle on ice; In one of the most dramatic upsets in Olympic history, the underdog U.S. hockey team, made up of college players, defeats the four-time defending gold-medal winning Soviet team at the XIII Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid, New York. The Soviet squad, previously regarded as the finest in the world, fell to the youthful American team 4-3 before a frenzied crowd of 10,000 spectators. Two days later, the Americans defeated Finland 4-2 to clinch the hockey gold. The Soviet team had captured the previous four Olympic hockey golds, going back to 1964, and had not lost an Olympic hockey game since 1968. Three days before the Lake Placid Games began, the Soviets routed the U.S. team 10-3 in an exhibition game at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Americans looked scrappy, but few blamed them for it–their average age, after all, was only 22, and their team captain, Mike Eruzione, and was recruited from the obscurity of the Toledo Blades of the International League. Few had high hopes for the seventh-seeded U.S. team entering the Olympic tournament, but the team soon silenced its detractors, making it through the opening round of play undefeated, with four victories and one tie, thus advancing to the four-team medal round. The Soviets, however, were seeded No. 1 and as expected went undefeated, with five victories in the first round. On Friday afternoon, February 22, the American amateurs and the Soviet dream team met before a sold-out crowd at Lake Placid. The Soviets broke through first, with their new young star, Valery Krotov, deflecting a slap shot beyond American goalie Jim Craig’s reach in the first period. Midway through the period, Buzz Schneider, the only American who had previously been an Olympian, answered the Soviet goal with a high shot over the shoulder of Vladislav Tretiak, the Soviet goalie. The relentless Soviet attack continued as the period progressed, with Sergei Makarov giving his team a 2-1 lead. With just a few seconds left in the first period, American Ken Morrow shot the puck down the ice in desperation. Mark Johnson picked it up and sent it into the Soviet goal with one second remaining. After a brief Soviet protest, the goal was deemed good, and the game was tied. In the second period, the irritated Soviets came out with a new goalie, Vladimir Myshkin, and turned up the attack. The Soviets dominated play in the second period, outshooting the United States 12-2, and taking a 3-2 lead with a goal by Alesandr Maltsev just over two minutes into the period. If not for several remarkable saves by Jim Craig, the Soviet lead would surely have been higher than 3-2 as the third and final 20-minute period began. Nearly nine minutes into the period, Johnson took advantage of a Soviet penalty and knocked home a wild shot by David Silk to tie the contest again at 3-3. About a minute and a half later, Mike Eruzione, whose last name means “eruption” in Italian, picked up a loose puck in the Soviet zone and slammed it past Myshkin with a 25-foot wrist shot. For the first time in the game, the Americans had the lead, and the crowd erupted in celebration. There were still 10 minutes of play to go, but the Americans held on, with Craig making a few more fabulous saves. With five seconds remaining, the Americans finally managed to get the puck out of their zone, and the crowd began counting down the final seconds. When the final horn sounded, the players, coaches, and team officials poured onto the ice in raucous celebration. The Soviet players, as awestruck as everyone else, waited patiently to shake their opponents’ hands. The so-called Miracle on Ice was more than just an Olympic upset; too many Americans, it was an ideological victory in the Cold War as meaningful as the Berlin Airlift or the Apollo moon landing. The upset came at an auspicious time: President Jimmy Carter had just announced that the United States was going to boycott the 1980 Summer Games in Moscow because of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and Americans, faced with a major recession and the Iran hostage crisis, were in dire need of something to celebrate. After the game, President Carter called the players to congratulate them, and millions of Americans spent that Friday night in revelry over the triumph of “our boys” over the Russian pros. As the U.S. team demonstrated in their victory over Finland two days later, it was disparaging to call the U.S. team amateurs. Three-quarters of the squad were top college players who were on their way to the National Hockey League (NHL), and coach Herb Brooks had trained the team long and hard in a manner that would have made the most authoritative Soviet coach proud. The 1980 U.S. hockey team was probably the best-conditioned American Olympic hockey team of all time–the result of countless hours running skating exercises in preparation for Lake Placid. In their play, the U.S. players adopted passing techniques developed by the Soviets for the larger international hockey rinks, while preserving the rough checking style that was known to throw the Soviets off-guard. It was these factors, combined with an exceptional afternoon of play by Craig, Johnson, Eruzione, and others, that resulted in the miracle at Lake Placid. This improbable victory was later memorialized in a 2004 film, Miracle, starring Kurt Russell. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: None PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/21/2018 Media Blotter 002427-18 02/21/2018 00:45 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PERRY/CEDAR 002428-18 02/21/2018 01:36 ALARM MAGRUDER Squad/Fire Dispatched 615 FULTON 002439-18 02/21/2018 04:15 TRAFFIC PROBLEM OUT WITH A VEHICLE ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD • SUBJECT IS GETTING A NEW BATTERY AND WILL MOVE THE VEHICLE Assistance Rendered RT 2/PERRY 002440-18 02/21/2018 04:59 SUSPICIOUS PERSON ADVISED THERE ARE PEOPLE AROUND HER HOUSE • OFFICERS CHECKED THE AREA AND FOUND NO ONE IN THE AREA. REQUEST EXTRA PATROL IN THE AREA Gone on Arrival 416 HURON CT 002442-18 02/21/2018 09:46 FOLLOW UP US BANK • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 142 E 2ND 002443-18 02/21/2018 09:58 COURT DETAIL MUNICIPAL COURT • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1860 E PERRY 002444-18 02/21/2018 10:17 SCHOOL PATROL PORT CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL • SCHOOL PATROL Assistance Rendered 821 S JEFFERSON ST 002445-18 02/21/2018 11:10 INFORMATION REQUEST 5TH STREET CALLER WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF A VEHICLE IS PARKED ON PRIVATE PROPERTY IF IT NEEDS TO HAVE PLATES ON IT • CALLER WAS ADVISED YES IT DOES NEED TO HAVE PLATES OR ELSE IT IS CONSIDERED A JUNK VEHICLE PER CITY ORDINANCE Other UNKNOWN 002446-18 02/21/2018 11:27 SUICIDE ATTEMPT REPORT OF A JUVENILE BEING DISORDERLY SEE REPORT #182-18 Report Written 108 E 11TH 002447-18 02/21/2018 12:49 911 CALL 911 HANG UP • OFFICER CHECKED THE RESIDENCE OF THE CALLER AND EVERYTHING WAS OKAY. THEY WERE TRYING TO PROGRAM THE PHONE Assistance Rendered 529 W LAKESHORE 002448-18 02/21/2018 13:07 SRO-SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER PORT CLINTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Assistance Rendered 807 S JEFFERSON ST 002449-18 02/21/2018 13:18 DISABLED VEHICLE PERRY/BUCKEYE OCTA BUS BROKE DOWN IN THE TURN LANE • OFFICER ADVISED TOW TRUCK EN ROUTE Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002450-18 02/21/2018 13:27 TRESPASS MAGRUDER ADVISED OF A MALE SUBJECT IN THE ER LOBBY THAT IS NOT TO BE THERE UNLESS BEING TREATED. HAS BEEN CHARGED IN THE PAST FOR MENACING THE STAFF • SUBJECT LEFT ON REQUEST Assistance Rendered 615 FULTON 002451-18 02/21/2018 14:07 FIRE DEPARTMENT SUTTON CENTER • FIRE ALARM ACTIVATION / FIRE AND SQUAD TONED Squad/Fire Dispatched 1854 E PERRY 002452-18 02/21/2018 14:30 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002453-18 02/21/2018 14:37 CUSTODY DISPUTE CUSTODY DISPUTE Assistance Rendered 314 HOOVER 002455-18 02/21/2018 15:01 CHILD ABUSE OC JOB AND FAMILY SERVICE Report Written 8043 W ST RT 163 002454-18 02/21/2018 15:01 CHILD ABUSE OC JOB AND FAMILY SERVICE Report Written 8043 W ST RT 163 002457-18 02/21/2018 15:01 CHILD ABUSE OC JOB AND FAMILY SERVICE Report Written 8043 W ST RT 163 002456-18 02/21/2018 15:01 CHILD ABUSE OC JOB AND FAMILY SERVICE Report Written 8043 W ST RT 163 002458-18 02/21/2018 15:01 CHILD ABUSE OC JOB AND FAMILY SERVICE Report Written 8043 W ST RT 163 002459-18 02/21/2018 15:01 CHILD ABUSE OC JOB AND FAMILY SERVICE Report Written 8043 W ST RT 163 002460-18 02/21/2018 15:01 CHILD ABUSE OC JOB AND FAMILY SERVICE Report Written 8043 W ST RT 163 002461-18 02/21/2018 15:28 48 HOUR VIOLATION 100 BLK JEFFERSON Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002462-18 02/21/2018 15:30 TRAFFIC STOP 100 BLK ADAM Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002463-18 02/21/2018 15:40 48 HOUR VIOLATION Other 239 JEFFERSON ST 002464-18 02/21/2018 15:58 TRAFFIC STOP ASH/STATE Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002465-18 02/21/2018 16:12 CUSTODY DISPUTE Assistance Rendered 314 HOOVER 002466-18 02/21/2018 16:16 DEAD BODY DEAD BODY SEE REPORT #190-18 Report Written 316 BEECH 002467-18 02/21/2018 17:15 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY RT 2 BETWEEN 163 OAK HARBOR • LARGE BLACK BAG IN THE ROADWAY / CALL WAS TRANSFERRED TO THE COUNTY AS OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002469-18 02/21/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002470-18 02/21/2018 20:17 HARASSMENT Assistance Rendered 818 DELAWARE LN 002472-18 02/21/2018 21:00 SCAM Assistance Rendered 1754 E STATE 002473-18 02/21/2018 22:12 TRAFFIC STOP 100 BLK FULTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002474-18 02/21/2018 22:51 INTOXICATED DRIVER STATE/MAPLE DRIVER IN BLACK CAR APPEARS TO BE INTOXICATED • OFFICERS CHECKED THE AREA AND WERE UNABLE TO LOCATE THE VEHICLE Gone on Arrival UNKNOWN
Weather Update - Thursday, February 22nd, 2018: Friends, What to expect (summary): A wintry mix, mainly freezing rain and sleet, can be expected through the early afternoon. Less than a tenth of an inch of freezing rain is forecast through 1:00 PM. Sleet and snow accumulations of up to an inch will be possible at a few locations. The main concern for icy conditions will be on secondary and residential streets. Sidewalks and elevated untreated surfaces may also get a light glaze. This will likely slow the morning commute. Additionally, more rain is expected into the weekend. Current model trends indicate that the greatest potential for flooding will be near and south of a line from Marion to Warren. Chief Hickman
SCAM Alert from our Communication Officer Abigail Hotz: Chief, I know that you are probably aware that we have had two to three callers, advising that someone called their phone saying they were from the Port Clinton Police Department. One advised they were asking for donations (614-333-1841) was the number they called from. Another one asked a description of their vehicle then hung up after the caller asked for a name and badge number (no number as caller identification was restricted). I also received a call advising someone left him a voicemail asking if he brought his prescriptions to the Port Clinton Police Department, he did advise he has never brought pills here (973-994-0637) was the number they called from. I just wanted to make sure you were aware that there has been multiple calls on this, and I wanted you to put a message out on Facebook warning people not to give out there information. Thank you Abby! Chief Hickman
Weather Update - Wednesday, February 21st, 2018: Friends; What to expect (summary): A wintry mix, mainly freezing rain and sleet, can be expected generally in and around the US 30 corridor. Less than a tenth of an inch of freezing rain is forecast between 1:00 am and 1:00 PM on Thursday. Additionally, 1 to 3 inches of snow is possible along and north of a line from Findlay to Meadville. There is a lot of uncertainty with the exact location of the snow line as well as the mixed winter precipitation area, which could lead to significant differences with storm total snow and ice. Either way, much of the region will see winter precipitation and it will be heaviest during the morning commute. Additionally, more rain is expected over the next week with minor flooding possible. Chief Hickman
"Rest In Peace Corporal Mujahid Ramzziddin" of the Prince George's County (MD) Police Department, who was slain this morning while protecting a woman being attacked in a domestic violence incident. Please keep his family in your thoughts...
"Rest In Peace Police Officer Justin Billa" of the Mobile (Alabama) Police Department, who was shot and killed yesterday while attempting to apprehend a homicide suspect. He is survived by his wife and 1-year-old son...
Chief’s Blotter – Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 52 degrees and should remain with rain forecasted throughout the day. Today in History - Lead Story, 1965: Malcolm X assassinated; In New York City, Malcolm X, an African American nationalist and religious leader, is assassinated by rival Black Muslims while addressing his Organization of Afro-American Unity at the Audubon Ballroom in Washington Heights. Born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1925, Malcolm was the son of James Earl Little, a Baptist preacher who advocated the Black Nationalist ideals of Marcus Garvey. Threats from the Ku Klux Klan forced the family to move to Lansing, Michigan, where his father continued to preach his controversial sermons despite continuing threats. In 1931, Malcolm’s father was brutally murdered by the white supremacist Black Legion, and Michigan authorities refused to prosecute those responsible. In 1937, Malcolm was taken from his family by welfare caseworkers. By the time he reached high school age, he had dropped out of school and moved to Boston, where he became increasingly involved in criminal activities. In 1946, at the age of 21, Malcolm was sent to prison on a burglary conviction. It was there he encountered the teachings of Elijah Muhammad, the leader of the Nation of Islam, whose members are popularly known as Black Muslims. The Nation of Islam advocated Black Nationalism and racial separatism and condemned Americans of European descent as immoral “devils.” Muhammad’s teachings had a strong effect on Malcolm, who entered into an intense program of self-education and took the last name “X” to symbolize his stolen African identity. After six years, Malcolm was released from prison and became a loyal and effective minister of the Nation of Islam in Harlem, New York. In contrast with civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X advocated self-defense and the liberation of African Americans “by any means necessary.” A fiery orator, Malcolm was admired by the African American community in New York and around the country. In the early 1960s, he began to develop a more outspoken philosophy than that of Elijah Muhammad, whom he felt did not sufficiently support the civil rights movement. In late 1963, Malcolm’s suggestion that President John F. Kennedy’s assassination was a matter of the “chickens coming home to roost” provided Elijah Muhammad, who believed that Malcolm had become too powerful, with a convenient opportunity to suspend him from the Nation of Islam. A few months later, Malcolm formally left the organization and made a Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, where he was profoundly affected by the lack of racial discord among orthodox Muslims. He returned to America as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz and in June 1964 founded the Organization of Afro-American Unity, which advocated black identity and held that racism, not the white race, was the greatest foe of the African American. Malcolm’s new movement steadily gained followers, and his more moderate philosophy became increasingly influential in the civil rights movement, especially among the leaders of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee. On February 21, 1965, one week after his home was firebombed, Malcolm X was shot to death by Nation of Islam members while speaking at a rally of his organization in New York City. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: None PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/20/2018 Media Blotter 002385-18 02/20/2018 00:14 ASSIST UNIT REQUEST UNIT LOOK FOR THEIR DEPUTY WHO ISN'T ANSWERING THE RADIO • CONTACT WITH DEPUTY PRIOR TO OUR ARRIVAL Cancelled Before Arrival PERRY/EAST CITY LIMITS 002394-18 02/20/2018 01:19 SUSPICIOUS PERSON BELL MELL TAVERN OFFICER WAS ADVISED OF A SUBJECT TALKING TO A FEMALE THAT WAS IN THE WOODED AREA NEAR BELL MELL'S • OFFICER CHECKED THE AREA AND WAS UNABLE TO LOCATE ANYONE. WILL DO EXTRA PATROL IN THE AREA SEE REPORT #179-18 Report Written 307 FULTON 002395-18 02/20/2018 02:09 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PERRY/MIKEY'S SMOKE SHOP 002401-18 02/20/2018 02:34 DISTURBANCE MARATHON MALE AND FEMALE ARGUING IN THEIR CAR • ADVISED THAT THEY ARE JUST HAVING AN ARGUMENT AND EVERYTHING WILL BE OK Assistance Rendered 1810 E PERRY 002402-18 02/20/2018 08:22 COURT DETAIL MUNICIPAL COURT • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1860 E PERRY 002403-18 02/20/2018 09:09 FOLLOW UP MARATHON • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 1810 E PERRY 002404-18 02/20/2018 09:39 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002405-18 02/20/2018 10:04 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002407-18 02/20/2018 10:08 SUBPOENA / ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING Other 1868 E PERRY 002406-18 02/20/2018 10:08 SUBPOENA / ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING Other 1868 E PERRY 002408-18 02/20/2018 10:08 SUBPOENA / ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING Other 1868 E PERRY 002409-18 02/20/2018 10:39 ALARM MAGRUDER • TESTING ALARMS Other 615 FULTON 002411-18 02/20/2018 12:53 SRO-SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER PORT CLINTON MIDDLE SCHOOL SEE REPORT #180-18 Report Written 807 S JEFFERSON ST 002412-18 02/20/2018 13:04 TRAFFIC STOP 9TH/FULTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002413-18 02/20/2018 15:54 SUBPOENA / SERVED PCPD • SUBPOENA SERVED Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002414-18 02/20/2018 15:54 SUBPOENA / SERVED PCPD • SUBPOENA SERVED Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002415-18 02/20/2018 16:10 SUBPOENA / SERVED PCPD Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002416-18 02/20/2018 16:48 MUTUAL AID MUTUAL AID SEE REPORT #181-18 Report Written 4430 LINDA 002417-18 02/20/2018 17:46 JUVENILE COMPLAINT Assistance Rendered 112 E 11TH 002418-18 02/20/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE TEST / COMPLETE Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002419-18 02/20/2018 18:42 TRAFFIC STOP PORTAGE RESALE SHOP Warning Issued 301 W 2ND 002421-18 02/20/2018 20:03 HARASSMENT RICH'S DRIVE THRU Assistance Rendered 835 FREMONT 002422-18 02/20/2018 20:32 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/FULTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002423-18 02/20/2018 20:49 911 CALL VERBAL ARGUMENT BETWEEN FATHER AND SON • ARGUMENT WAS RESOLVED. NO OFFICERS NEEDED No Police Action Taken 912 JACKSON DR 002424-18 02/20/2018 21:27 TRAFFIC STOP 100 BLK WALNUT Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002425-18 02/20/2018 21:34 TRAFFIC STOP 100 BLK JEFFERSON Warning Issued UNKNOWN
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Chief’s Blotter – Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 61 degrees and should climb through 64 being cloudy throughout the day. Today in History – Crime, 1974: Atlanta Constitution editor is kidnapped; Reg Murphy, an editor of The Atlanta Constitution, is kidnapped after being lured from his home near the city. William Williams told the newspaperman that he had 300,000 gallons of heating oil to donate to the poor. The 33-year-old Williams abducted Murphy, who was well known for his anti-Vietnam War stance, at gunpoint. For the next 49 hours, Williams drove Murphy around the city, stopping to phone in ransom demands to the newspaper. Williams claimed to represent a right-wing militia group and insisted on receiving $700,000. Finally, managing editor. G James Minter delivered the money to Williams and Murphy was released. Within hours, Williams and his wife Betty were caught in their home outside the city with the ransom money. At the subsequent trial, Williams attempted a plea of mental instability and told the jury about being abused as a child. There was also evidence that he had been using amphetamines, but the motive for the crime remains a mystery. Williams was sentenced to 40 years for kidnapping and extortion, and his wife received three years’ probation for her concealment of the crime. In 1975, Williams was granted a new trial, found guilty again, and sentenced to 50 years in federal prison. He served nine years in federal prison before being paroled. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: None PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/15/2018 through 02/19/2018 Media Blotter 002142-18 02/15/2018 00:28 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE FIRING RANGE SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE • OFFICER SPOKE TO THE SUBJECT AND HE WORKS FOR AT&T. HE IS THERE DOING MAINTENANCE Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002143-18 02/15/2018 00:43 UTILITY PROBLEM EB 3RD/HARRISON RED FLASHING LIGHT OUT • A DAY SHEET WAS FAXED TO THE STREET DEPARTMENT AND CITY HALL Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002158-18 02/15/2018 01:24 OPEN DOOR PC YACHT CLUB OPEN DOOR KITCHEN/BALL ROOM DOOR • OFFICER CHECKED THE BUILDING AND EVERYTHING LOOKS OKAY. UNABLE TO SECURE THE DOOR. MESSAGE WAS LEFT FOR BOTH KEY HOLDERS Assistance Rendered 127 BROOKLYN 002159-18 02/15/2018 04:55 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL BAS BROADCASTING • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Other UNKNOWN 002162-18 02/15/2018 06:34 TRAFFIC STOP FULTON/6TH Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002163-18 02/15/2018 08:48 SUICIDE ATTEMPT SUBJECT THREATENING TO HARM HIMSELF SEE REPORT #164-18 Report Written 208 W 4TH ST 002164-18 02/15/2018 08:51 FOLLOW UP MARATHON • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 1810 E PERRY 002165-18 02/15/2018 09:11 TRAFFIC PROBLEM FULTON/PERRY TAILGATE LAYING IN THE STREET • TAILGATE HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE STREET Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002166-18 02/15/2018 09:50 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002167-18 02/15/2018 09:51 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL NEWS HERALD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Other 115 W 2ND ST 002168-18 02/15/2018 10:28 SUMMONS ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • SUMMONS ON FILE Other 1868 E PERRY 002169-18 02/15/2018 10:30 COURT DETAIL CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002170-18 02/15/2018 10:32 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS AND CRIMINAL HISTORY PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002171-18 02/15/2018 11:05 REPORT SUPPLEMENT PCPD SEE SUPPLEMENT REPORT #1172-17 Report Written 1868 E PERRY 002172-18 02/15/2018 11:29 ESCORT NEIDECKER LEVECK CROSSER • FUNERAL ESCORT / ESCORT COMPLETE Assistance Rendered 1124 FULTON 002173-18 02/15/2018 11:41 FOLLOW UP AUTOPSY REPORT RECEIVED REGARDING REPORT #1337-17 Assistance Rendered 332 GARFIELD 002174-18 02/15/2018 12:13 WELFARE CHECK WELFARE CHECK • OFFICER SPOKE WITH THE ELDERLY FEMALE AND EVERYTHING WAS FINE Assistance Rendered 120 E 12TH ST 002175-18 02/15/2018 12:45 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE PROBLEM 11TH/MADISON STREET SIGN KNOCKED DOWN • STREET DEPARTMENT WAS NOTIFIED Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002177-18 02/15/2018 14:53 TRAFFIC PROBLEM 3RD/FULTON VEHICLE DRIVING VERY SLOW • OFFICER SPOKE WITH THE DRIVER AND HE WAS LOOKING FOR AN ADDRESS Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002179-18 02/15/2018 15:09 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/ADAMS Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002180-18 02/15/2018 15:43 911 CALL VIRGINIA ST /GARFIELD FEMALE AND MALE FIGHTING IN THE ROADWAY • OFFICER ADVISED IT WAS A VERBAL ARGUMENT AND THE MALE HALF HAS LEFT FOR THE NIGHT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002181-18 02/15/2018 16:05 HARASSING PHONE CALL SUBJECT RECEIVING THREATENING PHONE CALLS SEE REPORT #166-18 Report Written 348 WILSON 002182-18 02/15/2018 16:09 THEFT / REPORT THEFT OF A PACKAGE SEE REPORT #167-18 Report Written 221 MADISON 002183-18 02/15/2018 16:26 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002184-18 02/15/2018 16:26 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002186-18 02/15/2018 16:26 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002185-18 02/15/2018 16:26 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002187-18 02/15/2018 16:26 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002188-18 02/15/2018 17:09 TRAFFIC STOP 100 BLK ADAMS Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002191-18 02/15/2018 17:53 RECKLESS OPERATION CITY PARK RECKLESS OPERATION • OFFICER CHECKED THE AREA/UNABLE TO LOCATE Assistance Rendered CITY PARK 002192-18 02/15/2018 17:56 WELFARE CHECK WELFARE CHECK • OFFICER ADVISED THE CHILDREN WERE OK Assistance Rendered 920 OHIO 002198-18 02/15/2018 18:20 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE TEST Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002199-18 02/15/2018 19:07 DISTURBANCE Assistance Rendered 908 VIRGINIA 002200-18 02/15/2018 20:54 BOND / WAIVER GRACEMYER BAIL BONDS Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002201-18 02/15/2018 21:01 DOG COMPLAINT PORTAGE RESALE SHOP Assistance Rendered 301 W 2ND 002202-18 02/15/2018 23:43 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued 300 BLOCK JACKSON 002203-18 02/15/2018 23:58 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PERRY/MICKEY'S SMOKE SHOP 002204-18 02/16/2018 00:12 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PERRY/KFC 002205-18 02/16/2018 01:34 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued MCKINLEY/FREMONT 002206-18 02/16/2018 01:54 NON INJURY ACCIDENT EDGEWOOD MANOR • CAR VS. DEER SEE OH-1 #13 Crash Report Filed 1330 FULTON 002218-18 02/16/2018 04:41 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE OBSERVED A VEHICLE DRIVING SLOW IN THE AREA. THOUGHT IT MAY BE AN OFFICER • OFFICERS WERE NOT IN THE AREA. OFFICERS CHECKED THE AREA AND WERE UNABLE TO LOCATE VEHICLE Gone on Arrival 4TH/MONROE 002219-18 02/16/2018 05:08 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002220-18 02/16/2018 09:25 TRAFFIC STOP FULTON/WILCOX Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 002221-18 02/16/2018 09:32 SUMMONS ON FILE SERVING SUMMONS • SUBJECT NOT THERE AT THIS TIME Assistance Rendered 618 E 2ND ST 002222-18 02/16/2018 09:37 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL NEWS HERALD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 115 W 2ND ST 002223-18 02/16/2018 09:38 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002224-18 02/16/2018 09:38 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002225-18 02/16/2018 12:02 DISTURBANCE LAKEVIEW ESTATES LOUD MUSIC COMPLAINT • THERE WAS NO LOUD MUSIC UPON OUR ARRIVAL OFFICER SPOKE WITH A MAINTENANCE WORKER IN THE HALLWAY AND HE STATED THAT HE WAS PLAYING MUSIC ON HIS PHONE Assistance Rendered 225 BUCKEYE 002226-18 02/16/2018 12:45 FOLLOW UP MARATHON • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 1810 E PERRY 002227-18 02/16/2018 13:05 COURT DETAIL CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002228-18 02/16/2018 13:42 SUMMONS SERVED SERVING SUMMONS • SUMMONS SERVED PERSONALLY Assistance Rendered 618 E 2ND ST 002229-18 02/16/2018 13:45 RECKLESS OPERATION 900 BLK VIRGINIA ST RED VEHICLE DRIVING FAST UP AND DOWN THE STREET • OFFICER CHECKED THE AREA GONE ON ARRIVAL Gone on Arrival UNKNOWN 002230-18 02/16/2018 14:06 ESCORT PCPD • BRIGHT AND LOUD PARADE Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002231-18 02/16/2018 14:26 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002232-18 02/16/2018 14:31 LOCKOUT Assistance Rendered 518 MADISON ST 002233-18 02/16/2018 14:34 LITTERING STATE FROM LINCOLN/BUCKEYE TRASH BAGS ALL ALONG THE SOUTH SIDE OF STATE • STREET DEPARTMENT WAS NOTIFIED Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002234-18 02/16/2018 14:49 FOLLOW UP OTTAWA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 315 MADISON 002235-18 02/16/2018 15:17 JUVENILE COMPLAINT FULTON/6TH REPORT OF A JUVENILE RUNNING IN FRONT OF CARS THAT ARE DRIVING • UNABLE TO LOCATE Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002236-18 02/16/2018 15:29 RECKLESS OPERATION 100 BLK MADISON E/W ALLEY REPORT OF A VEHICLE DRIVING VERY FAST DOWN THE ALLEY • UNABLE TO LOCATE. OFFICERS WILL KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THE VEHICLE Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002237-18 02/16/2018 15:35 FOLLOW UP PROBATE COURT • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002238-18 02/16/2018 15:42 TRAFFIC STOP STATE/BUCKEYE Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002239-18 02/16/2018 17:20 JUVENILE COMPLAINT BATAAN PRIMARY SCHOOL CALLER ADVISED ANOTHER JUVENILE SHOWED UP AT BATAAN AND THEN STARTED FOLLOWING HIM WHILE HE WAS WALKING HOME SEE REPORT #169-18 Report Written 575 W 6TH ST 002240-18 02/16/2018 18:18 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE AND EMS PAGER TEST / TEST COMPLETE Other 1868 E PERRY 002242-18 02/16/2018 18:57 SUICIDE ATTEMPT SUBJECT AT THE RESIDENCE IS THREATENING SUICIDE • OFFICER SPOKE TO THE SUBJECT Assistance Rendered 615 FREMONT 002243-18 02/16/2018 19:13 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/MADISON Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 002244-18 02/16/2018 20:04 SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Other 911 GLENDALE 002245-18 02/16/2018 20:08 DOG COMPLAINT 800 BLK JEFFERSON • DOG LOCKED IN A VEHICLE Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002246-18 02/16/2018 20:23 HARASSMENT COLUMBUS, OHIO HARASSMENT • SUBJECT WAS NOT IN PORT CLINTON CITY LIMITS WHILE RECEIVING THE MESSAGES. OFFICER ADVISED THEM THEY NEEDED TO CONTACT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WHERE THEY ARE CURRENTLY AT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002247-18 02/16/2018 20:27 TRAFFIC STOP FREMONT/HY MILER Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 002248-18 02/16/2018 20:41 B&E IN PROGRESS CALLER ADVISED TWO MALES DRESSED ALL IN BLACK ENTERED THE PORCH WITH FLASHLIGHTS AND SHE THINKS SHE HEARD A WINDOW BREAK • OFFICER SPOKE TO THE SUBJECTS AT THE RESIDENCE THEY HAD IDS WITH THAT ADDRESS ON IT. THE MALE WAS OUTSIDE WITH A FLASHLIGHT LOOKING FOR THEIR CAT Assistance Rendered 616 W FREMONT 002249-18 02/16/2018 22:05 TRAFFIC STOP 3RD/MONROE Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 002250-18 02/16/2018 23:35 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued 600 BLOCK E 3RD 002252-18 02/17/2018 00:03 PARKING VIOLATION • OWNER'S SON MOVED THE VEHICLE Assistance Rendered ALICE/JACKSON 002253-18 02/17/2018 00:46 NON INJURY ACCIDENT BEER THIRTY'S SEE OH-4 #2253-18 Crash Report Filed 212 MAPLE 002254-18 02/17/2018 01:46 SUSPICIOUS PERSON SUBJECT WALKING IN FIELD SOUTH OF COURTHOUSE DRESSED IN ALL BLACK • OFFICERS CHECKED THE AREA AND WERE UNABLE TO LOCATE ANYONE Gone on Arrival 4TH/JEFFERSON 002255-18 02/17/2018 01:53 HARASSING PHONE CALL SUBJECT THREATENED HIM VIA TEXT MESSAGE. HE DOES NOT KNOW WHO IT IS • CALLER WOULD LIKE EXTRA PATROL IN THE AREA TONIGHT Assistance Rendered 214 FULTON ST 002256-18 02/17/2018 03:00 TRAFFIC STOP Verbal Warning ALICE/6TH 002265-18 02/17/2018 06:58 ASSISTANCE FOOD BANK CALLER WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK WITH OFFICER IN REFERENCE TO SUBJECTS ARGUING WITH HIM • SUBJECTS WERE ARGUING ABOUT WHO WAS FIRST IN LINE FOR THE FOOD BANK EVERYTHING IS FINE AT THIS TIME Assistance Rendered 301 W 2ND 002267-18 02/17/2018 14:15 WELFARE CHECK WELFARE CHECK • OFFICERS SPOKE WITH THE SUBJECT AND EVERYTHING WAS FINE Assistance Rendered 129 W 5TH ST 002268-18 02/17/2018 14:55 BOND / WAIVER PCPD • BOND POSTING Other 1868 E PERRY 002269-18 02/17/2018 15:23 TRAFFIC STOP 1400 BLK W FREMONT Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 002270-18 02/17/2018 15:57 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/WASHINGTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002271-18 02/17/2018 16:20 ASSIST UNIT • ASSIST SQUAD / FEMALE HIGH BLOOD SUGAR UNRESPONSIVE Assistance Rendered 121 MADISON 002272-18 02/17/2018 16:32 COMPLAINT FOR OTHER AGENCY SUBJECT BELIEVES SHE IS PART OF AN ONLINE SCAM • ADDRESS IS OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS. SHERIFFS OFFICE WAS CONTACTED AND THEY WILL MEET THE SUBJECT AT THEIR RESIDENCE Other 891 S 2ND 002273-18 02/17/2018 16:46 911 CALL QUALITY INN 911 HANG UP FROM A DISCONNECTED CELLULAR PHONE. DID NOT SOUND LIKE THERE WAS A PROBLEM SOUNDED LIKE JUST A TV PLAYING IN THE BACKGROUND • OFFICERS CHECKED BOTH FLOORS AND SPOKE TO SOME SUBJECTS IN THE HOTEL AND MANAGEMENT. EVERYTHING WAS OKAY. NO ONE ADVISED THEY CALLED Assistance Rendered 1723 E PERRY 002274-18 02/17/2018 17:39 ASSIST UNIT ASSIST SQUAD SEE REPORT #170-18 Report Written 706 CLINTON 002275-18 02/17/2018 18:24 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE AND EMS PAGER TEST / TEST COMPLETE Other 1868 E PERRY 002276-18 02/17/2018 19:17 DISTURBANCE REPORT OF A MALE AND FEMALE YELLING • FEMALE HALF WILL BE LEAVING FOR THE NIGHT. THEY WERE WARNED FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT Assistance Rendered 714 LINCOLN 002278-18 02/17/2018 20:22 DISORDERLY CONDUCT 5TH STREET APARTMENTS REPORT OF A MALE AND FEMALE IN THE PARKING LOT YELLING AT EACH OTHER • OFFICER ADVISED THEY WERE NOT YELLING AT EACH OTHER THEY WERE JUST TALKING LOUDLY ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED EARLIER Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002279-18 02/17/2018 21:33 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CATAWBA PD • CCH PRINTOUT Other UNKNOWN 002280-18 02/17/2018 21:37 TRAFFIC STOP W 6TH/CLINTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002281-18 02/17/2018 23:58 TRAFFIC PROBLEM • REPLACING A CONE THAT WAS MOVED FROM A CONSTRUCTION PROJECT Assistance Rendered 100 BLOCK JEFFERSON 002282-18 02/18/2018 00:18 FIGHT MR EDS BAR AND GRILL MALE SUBJECT FIGHTING WITH SECURITY STAFF • OFFICERS SPOKE WITH PARTIES INVOLVED. NEITHER WANTED ANYTHING DONE. MALE SUBJECT WARNED Verbal Warning 255 LAKESHORE 002283-18 02/18/2018 00:50 ASSIST UNIT ASSIST POST UNIT • THEY HAVE EVERYTHING TAKEN CARE OF. THEY WILL CALL IF THEY NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE Assistance Rendered STATE/HAYES 002285-18 02/18/2018 01:29 JUVENILE COMPLAINT UNITED STATES POSTAL OUT WITH TWO JUVENILES • THEY WERE PICKED UP BY PARENTS AND ADVISED IF THEY WERE SEEN AGAIN THIS MORNING, FURTHER ACTION WOULD BE TAKEN Verbal Warning 121 W 2ND 002286-18 02/18/2018 01:33 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PERRY/ADAMS 002287-18 02/18/2018 01:44 ASSISTANCE DISPATCHER ADVISED THAT THERE IS AN "ADOPT A HIGHWAY" SIGN THAT WAS KNOCKED DOWN IN THE ACCIDENT EARLIER • NOTE FAXED TO STREET DEPARTMENT AND CITY HALL Assistance Rendered STATE/HAYES 002288-18 02/18/2018 02:39 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued 100 BLOCK LINCOLN 002289-18 02/18/2018 03:55 DISORDERLY CONDUCT MAGRUDER PHYSICIAN REQUEST ASSISTANCE WITH A SUBJECT THAT MAY BECOME AGITATED • THERE WAS NO PROBLEM. OFFICERS STAYED UNTIL SUBJECT WAS RELEASED Assistance Rendered 615 FULTON 002300-18 02/18/2018 12:03 FIRE DEPARTMENT BEER THIRTY’S • FIRE ALARM / FIRE DEPARTMENT DISPATCHED Squad/Fire Dispatched 212 MAPLE ST 002301-18 02/18/2018 12:06 ASSIST UNIT BEER THIRTY’S • FIRE ALARM ACTIVATION / FALSE ALARM Assistance Rendered 212 MAPLE ST 002302-18 02/18/2018 13:04 JUVENILE COMPLAINT JEFFERSON PIER THREE JUVENILE SUBJECTS OUT ON THE ICE • OFFICER ADVISED THE JUVENILES WERE NOT ON THE ICE THEY WERE AT THE END OF THE PIER EATING THEIR LUNCH Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002303-18 02/18/2018 13:08 NON INJURY ACCIDENT 3RD/FULTON VEHICLE BACKED INTO ANOTHER VEHICLE • NO DAMAGE TO EITHER VEHICLE BOTH DRIVERS DID NOT WANT A REPORT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002304-18 02/18/2018 15:31 TRAFFIC PROBLEM 300 BK W 3RD ST REFRIGERATOR FELL OUT OF A TRUCK • REFRIGERATOR HAS BEEN PUT BACK INTO THE TRUCK Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002305-18 02/18/2018 15:36 CIVIL COMPLAINT LAKEVIEW ESTATES SUBJECT TRYING TO ENTER HER APARTMENT THROUGH THE WINDOW • OFFICER ADVISED THAT THE SUBJECT LIVED AT THAT ADDRESS Assistance Rendered 221 BUCKEYE 002306-18 02/18/2018 15:54 FOUND PROPERTY FOUND WALLET SEE REPORT #171-18 Report Written 703 LINCOLN ST 002307-18 02/18/2018 17:42 TRAFFIC STOP WILCOX/FULTON Citation Issued UNKNOWN 002308-18 02/18/2018 18:10 TRESPASS STATE/ALONG THE TRACKS • OUT WITH A SUBJECT WALKING ON THE TRACKS Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002309-18 02/18/2018 18:18 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE AND EMS PAGER TEST / TEST COMPLETE Other 1868 E PERRY 002311-18 02/18/2018 19:59 DOG COMPLAINT SMALL WHITE DOG RUNNING IN THE AREA • DOG WOULD NOT COME TO OFFICER. THE OWNERS WERE IN THE AREA Assistance Rendered 4TH/MONROE 002312-18 02/18/2018 20:23 ASSAULT T/ REPORT PAT'S PARTY MART WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO AN OFFICER ABOUT AN ASSAULT SEE REPORT #174-18 Report Written 306 FULTON 002313-18 02/18/2018 20:25 OVERDOSE ADVISED OF AN OVERDOSE SEE REPORT #172-18 Report Written 439 ERIE CT 002314-18 02/18/2018 21:15 DISTURBANCE ADVISED SUBJECTS THREW A ROCK THROUGH THEIR WINDOW SEE REPORT #173-18 Report Written 416 HURON CT 002315-18 02/18/2018 21:45 911 CALL 911 HANG UP CALL • CONTACTED CALLER. SHE STATED THAT SHE HIT THE WRONG BUTTON AND EVERYTHING WAS FINE Assistance Rendered 120 E 12TH ST 002316-18 02/18/2018 22:52 DISTURBANCE CALLER ADVISED THAT THERE IS A BLACK CAR THAT IS CIRCLING THE HOUSE AND PEOPLE ARE HIDING BEHIND TREES • OFFICERS CHECKED THE AREA. THEY DID NOT LOCATE ANYTHING AND DID NOT SEE THE CAR. CALLER REQUEST EXTRA PATROL THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT Assistance Rendered 416 HURON CT 002317-18 02/18/2018 23:36 SUSPICIOUS PERSON CALLER STATES THAT HE SAW A SUBJECT STANDING ON THE SECOND FLOOR • OFFICERS CHECKED THE BUILDING AND THERE WAS NO ONE IN THERE. THEY WILL DO EXTRA PATROL Assistance Rendered OLD FIRE DEPARTMENT 002318-18 02/18/2018 23:45 SUSPICIOUS PERSON CALLER SEE THREE SUBJECTS OUTSIDE WITH CAPES ON • UNITS WERE TIED UP. THE COUNTY RESPONDED AND SPOKE WITH THE SUBJECTS. THEY ALSO CHECKED THE AREA AND WERE UNABLE TO LOCATE ANYONE. UNITS WERE EN ROUTE AND THE DEPUTY ADVISED THEY TOOK CARE OF IT AND WE DON'T NEED TO RESPOND Cancelled Before Arrival 416 HURON CT 002319-18 02/19/2018 00:42 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued FULTON/2ND 002320-18 02/19/2018 01:04 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued 100 BLOCK JEFFERSON 002321-18 02/19/2018 01:23 TRAFFIC STOP Warning Issued PERRY/BURGER KING 002322-18 02/19/2018 01:51 ALARM JET EXPRESS AUDIBLE ALARM INSIDE BUILDING • ATTEMPTED TO CONTACT KEY HOLDER Assistance Rendered 3 MONROE 002347-18 02/19/2018 05:03 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002348-18 02/19/2018 06:54 TRAFFIC STOP MAGRUDER Warning Issued 615 FULTON 002349-18 02/19/2018 07:59 CUSTODY DISPUTE CUSTODY DISPUTE • SUBJECT CALLED BACK AND ADVISED THAT HE HAS THE CHILDREN No Police Action Taken 328 COLUMBIA AVE 002350-18 02/19/2018 09:17 FIRE TEST EDGEWOOD MANOR • ALARM TESTING / TEST COMPLETE Other 1330 FULTON 002351-18 02/19/2018 10:18 ESCORT IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH • FUNERAL ESCORT / ESCORT COMPLETE Assistance Rendered 414 MADISON 002352-18 02/19/2018 11:46 LOCKOUT Assistance Rendered 324 ADAMS ST 002353-18 02/19/2018 12:01 TRAFFIC PROBLEM BUCKEYE/STATE LARGE POTHOLE IN THE STREET • STREET DEPARTMENT WAS NOTIFIED Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002354-18 02/19/2018 13:04 ASSISTANCE PORT CLINTON POINTE REQUEST AN OFFICER TO STANDBY SEE REPORT #175-18 Report Written 1265 W FREMONT 002355-18 02/19/2018 13:10 FIRE TEST MAGRUDER • ALARM TESTING / TEST COMPLETE Assistance Rendered 615 FULTON 002356-18 02/19/2018 13:18 ANIMAL COMPLAINT PERRY'S GLEN APARTMENTS DOG WAS HIT BY A CAR AND THE CAR DROVE AWAY SEE REPORT #176-18 Report Written 1195 W FREMONT RD 002357-18 02/19/2018 13:41 911 CALL OPEN 911 CALL • OFFICER ADVISED IT WAS A SMALL CHILD PLAYING WITH THE PHONE Assistance Rendered 310 E 6TH ST 002358-18 02/19/2018 13:52 TRAFFIC STOP 800 BLK MADISON ST Verbal Warning UNKNOWN 002359-18 02/19/2018 15:21 REPOSSESSED VEHICLE • REPOSSESSED VEHICLE Other 325 GARFIELD 002361-18 02/19/2018 16:37 TRAFFIC PROBLEM 100 BLK JEFFERSON REPORT OF AN ORANGE TRAFFIC BARREL THAT IS CRUSHED • OFFICER ADVISED TO CALL THE STREET DEPARTMENT TO COME OUT AND REPLACE IT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002362-18 02/19/2018 17:00 FOUND PROPERTY COMMODORE PERRY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION • FOUND DEBIT CARD SEE REPORT #177-18 Report Written UNKNOWN 002363-18 02/19/2018 17:02 SUMMONS SERVED PCPD • PERSONAL SERVICE Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002364-18 02/19/2018 17:16 SUMMONS SERVED • NO ANSWER Assistance Rendered 130 JEFFERSON 002366-18 02/19/2018 18:24 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE AND EMS PAGER TEST / TEST COMPLETE Other 1868 E PERRY 002367-18 02/19/2018 19:07 ASSIST UNIT 3RD/JEFFERSON • ASSIST FIRE AND SQUAD Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002368-18 02/19/2018 19:33 MUTUAL AID • COUNTY REQUESTING A UNIT TO STAND BY UNTIL A COUNTY UNIT ARRIVES ON SCENE SEE REPORT #178-18 Report Written 2029 E STATE 002370-18 02/19/2018 21:25 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE CALLER ADVISED EARLIER IN THE NIGHT A VEHICLE PARKED AT HIS HOUSE AND A SUBJECT GOT OUT AND LOOKED AT THEIR BOAT. WHEN THE CALLER OPENED THE DOOR THE SUBJECT TOOK OFF IN THE VEHICLE • SUBJECT IS REQUESTING EXTRA PATROLS IN THE AREA Assistance Rendered 212 E 11TH 002372-18 02/19/2018 21:38 TRAFFIC STOP 4TH/FULTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002377-18 02/19/2018 21:56 TRAFFIC STOP 3RD/WASHINGTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002381-18 02/19/2018 22:17 SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY • REQUEST EXTRA PATROLS IN THE AREA Other 416 HURON 002384-18 02/19/2018 23:42 911 CALL PERRY'S GLEN APARTMENTS OPEN 911 LINE. DISPATCHER CAN HEAR ARGUING IN THE BACKGROUND • OFFICERS SPOKE WITH SUBJECTS. THEY WERE HAVING A VERBAL ARGUMENT. NO VIOLENCE OR THREATS OF VIOLENCE. SUBJECTS WERE WARNED Verbal Warning 1195 W FREMONT RD
"Rest In Peace Deputy Sheriff Kevin Stanton" of the Brevard County (Florida) Sheriff's Office. Deputy Stanton was killed when his patrol car was struck by a semi-truck this morning on I-95...
UPDATE: Our Soldier is ahead of the schedule, so "OPERATION Bright & Loud" will be starting around 1:40pm today! Thank you, Chief Hickman & Johnson REMINDER: OPERATION BRIGHT & LOUD will be activated this Friday, February 16th to welcome home a member of our Armed Forces on a short period of leave. He is expected to arrive in the Port Clinton Area between 1500-1600 hrs where he will be met near the intersection of Perry Street & Buckeye Blvd. His escort will travel east on Perry to Madison to 6th to Fulton to Lockwood and his family’s home. Everyone is encouraged to line the streets to welcome our local hero home and thank him for his service. Thank you, Chief Hickman & Johnson
Chief’s Blotter – Thursday, February 15th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 48 (feels like 44) degrees and should climb through 51 being cloudy throughout the day. Today in History - Lead Story, 1898: The Maine explodes; A massive explosion of unknown origin sinks the battleship USS Maine in Cuba’s Havana harbor, killing 260 of the fewer than 400 American crew members aboard. One of the first American battleships, the Maine weighed more than 6,000 tons and was built at a cost of more than $2 million. Ostensibly on a friendly visit, the Maine had been sent to Cuba to protect the interests of Americans there after a rebellion against Spanish rule broke out in Havana in January. An official U.S. Naval Court of Inquiry ruled in March that the ship was blown up by a mine, without directly placing the blame on Spain. Much of Congress and a majority of the American public expressed little doubt that Spain was responsible and called for a declaration of war. Subsequent diplomatic failures to resolve the Maine matter, coupled with United States indignation over Spain’s brutal suppression of the Cuban rebellion and continued losses to American investment, led to the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in April 1898. Within three months, the United States had decisively defeated Spanish forces on land and sea, and in August an armistice halted the fighting. On December 12, 1898, the Treaty of Paris was signed between the United States and Spain, officially ending the Spanish-American War and granting the United States its first overseas empire with the ceding of such former Spanish possessions as Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines. In 1976, a team of American naval investigators concluded that the Maine explosion was likely caused by a fire that ignited its ammunition stocks, not by a Spanish mine or act of sabotage. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: None PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/14/2018 Media Blotter 002081-18 02/14/2018 00:13 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/OAK Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002082-18 02/14/2018 00:48 OPEN DOOR PC YACHT CLUB OPEN DOOR TO THE BANQUET HALL/KITCHEN • OFFICER CHECKED THE BUILDING AND EVERYTHING WAS OKAY. UNABLE TO SECURE. A MESSAGE WAS LEFT FOR THE KEY HOLDER. OFFICERS WILL DO EXTRA PATROLS OVER NIGHT. Assistance Rendered 127 BROOKLYN 002102-18 02/14/2018 03:21 ASSIST UNIT SEEGARD ST/WB 163 • ASSIST A DEPUTY IN LOOKING FOR A SNOWMOBILE THAT WAS TRESPASSING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002105-18 02/14/2018 05:02 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL BAS BROADCASTING • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Other UNKNOWN 002106-18 02/14/2018 05:03 ALARM MAGRUDER • GENERATOR TESTING / TESTING COMPLETE Other 615 FULTON 002107-18 02/14/2018 07:59 SCHOOL PATROL PC CITY SCHOOLS • SCHOOL PATROL Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002108-18 02/14/2018 08:45 SCHOOL PATROL PC CITY SCHOOLS • SCHOOL PATROL Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002109-18 02/14/2018 09:40 COURT DETAIL CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002110-18 02/14/2018 09:43 COURT DETAIL CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • COURT DETAIL Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002111-18 02/14/2018 10:14 WELFARE CHECK CHECK ON A STUDENT • OFFICER CHECKED ON THE STUDENT AND SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER WAS ADVISED Assistance Rendered 1501 E STATE ST 002112-18 02/14/2018 10:54 MUTUAL AID • REQUEST OFFICER TO ASSIST IN LOOKING FOR A MISSING PERSON SEE REPORT #159-18 Report Written 4671 W DARR HOPFINGER RD 002113-18 02/14/2018 11:21 UTILITY PROBLEM • STRONG ODOR OF NATURAL GAS / FIRE CHIEF WAS ADVISED Other 910 E 3RD ST 002115-18 02/14/2018 11:42 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002114-18 02/14/2018 11:42 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002116-18 02/14/2018 11:42 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS AND CRIMINAL HISTORY PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002117-18 02/14/2018 12:02 LOCKOUT PORTAGE RESALE SHOP Assistance Rendered 301 W 2ND 002118-18 02/14/2018 12:52 TRAFFIC STOP 10TH/FULTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002119-18 02/14/2018 13:13 FIRE TEST MAGRUDER • 911 TEST / TEST COMPLETE Other 615 FULTON 002120-18 02/14/2018 14:50 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002121-18 02/14/2018 14:51 SUBPOENA / ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • SUBPOENA ON FILE Other 1868 E PERRY 002122-18 02/14/2018 14:51 SUBPOENA / ON FILE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • SUBPOENA ON FILE Other 1868 E PERRY 002123-18 02/14/2018 14:57 VOIDED REPORT PCPD SEE REPORT #160-18 Report Written 1868 E PERRY 002124-18 02/14/2018 15:13 LOCKOUT • LOCKOUT / BACK IN Assistance Rendered 403 E 4TH 002125-18 02/14/2018 16:10 TRAFFIC STOP 1900 BLK E STATE Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002126-18 02/14/2018 16:16 MUTUAL AID KROGER Assistance Rendered 2028 E HARBOR RD 002127-18 02/14/2018 16:18 CHILD ABUSE LAKEVIEW ESTATES • CHILD ABUSE SEE REPORT #161-18 Report Written 221 BUCKEYE 002128-18 02/14/2018 16:55 SUSPICIOUS PERSON PORTAGE/FREMONT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002129-18 02/14/2018 17:00 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/JACKSON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002130-18 02/14/2018 17:11 TRAFFIC STOP MCDONALD’S • CITATION AND WARNING ISSUED Citation Issued 1700 E PERRY 002131-18 02/14/2018 18:25 MUTUAL AID 53/STREETER RD • MUTUAL AID FOR AN INTOXICATED DRIVER SEE REPORT #162-18 Report Written UNKNOWN 002132-18 02/14/2018 19:03 911 CALL • 911 HANG UP / ACCIDENTAL Assistance Rendered 1195 W FREMONT 002133-18 02/14/2018 19:19 JUVENILE COMPLAINT Assistance Rendered 319 E 5TH 002134-18 02/14/2018 19:37 SUSPICIOUS PERSON LAKEVIEW ESTATES SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY • UNABLE TO LOCATE ANYONE IN THE AREA Assistance Rendered 225 BUCKEYE 002136-18 02/14/2018 19:56 WARRANT SERVED LAKEVIEW ESTATES Assistance Rendered 213 BUCKEYE 002137-18 02/14/2018 20:58 MUTUAL AID • MUTUAL AID SEE REPORT #163-18 Report Written 2029 E STATE 002138-18 02/14/2018 21:21 INTOXICATED PERSON PAT'S PARTY MART SUBJECTS IN THE VEHICLE DRINKING • OFFICER ADVISED THE DRIVER WAS NOT INTOXICATED Assistance Rendered 306 FULTON 002139-18 02/14/2018 22:03 DOG COMPLAINT 3RD/CEDAR LOOSE DOG • DOG WAS RETURNED TO THE OWNER Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002140-18 02/14/2018 22:50 SUBPOENA / SERVED PCPD • SUBPOENA SERVED Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002141-18 02/14/2018 23:23 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/LINCOLN Citation Issued UNKNOWN
Our thoughts and prayers are with those involved with this horrific event that unfolded this afternoon... Chief Hickman
OPERATION BRIGHT & LOUD will be activated this Friday, February 16th to welcome home a member of our Armed Forces on a short period of leave. He is expected to arrive in the Port Clinton Area between 1500-1600 hrs where he will be met near the intersection of Perry Street & Buckeye Blvd. His escort will travel east on Perry to Madison to 6th to Fulton to Lockwood and his family’s home. Everyone is encouraged to line the streets to welcome our local hero home and thank him for his service. Thank you, Chief Hickman & Johnson
Chief’s Blotter – Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 Good Morning Friends, It’s currently 37 (feels like 30) degrees and should climb through 42 being mostly sunny throughout the day. Today in History - Lead Story, 278: St. Valentine beheaded; On February 14around the year 278A.D., Valentine, a holy priest in Rome in the days of Emperor Claudius II, was executed. Under the rule of Claudius the Cruel, Rome was involved in many unpopular and bloody campaigns. The emperor had to maintain a strong army, but was having a difficult time getting soldiers to join his military leagues. Claudius believed that Roman men were unwilling to join the army because of their strong attachment to their wives and families. To get rid of the problem, Claudius banned all marriages and engagements in Rome. Valentine, realizing the injustice of the decree, defied Claudius and continued to perform marriages for young lovers in secret. When Valentine’s actions were discovered, Claudius ordered that he be put to death. Valentine was arrested and dragged before the Prefect of Rome, who condemned him to be beaten to death with clubs and to have his head cut off. The sentence was carried out on February 14, on or about the year 270. Legend also has it that while in jail, St. Valentine left a farewell note for the jailer’s daughter, who had become his friend, and signed it “From Your Valentine.” For his great service, Valentine was named a saint after his death. In truth, the exact origins and identity of St. Valentine are unclear. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, “At least three different Saint Valentines, all of them martyrs, are mentioned in the early martyrologies under the date of 14 February.” One was a priest in Rome, the second one was a bishop of Interamna (now Terni, Italy) and the third St. Valentine was a martyr in the Roman province of Africa. Legends vary on how the martyr’s name became connected with romance. The date of his death may have become mingled with the Feast of Lupercalia, a pagan festival of love. On these occasions, the names of young women were placed in a box, from which they were drawn by the men as chance directed. In 496 AD, Pope Gelasius decided to put an end to the Feast of Lupercalia, and he declared that February 14 be celebrated as St Valentine’s Day. Gradually, February 14 became a date for exchanging love messages, poems and simple gifts such as flowers. Have a GREAT day! Chief Hickman Arrests/Complaints: None PORT CLINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/13/2018 Media Blotter 002051-18 02/13/2018 05:05 MEDIA REQUEST / CALL PCPD • MEDIA REQUEST / NOTHING TO REPORT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002052-18 02/13/2018 06:08 TRAFFIC STOP Citation Issued 200 BLOCK BUCKEYE 002053-18 02/13/2018 06:23 TOWED VEHICLE Assistance Rendered 200 BLOCK BUCKEYE 002054-18 02/13/2018 08:33 FOLLOW UP PORTAGE RESALE SHOP • FOLLOW UP Assistance Rendered 301 W 2ND 002055-18 02/13/2018 10:11 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002056-18 02/13/2018 10:43 CIVIL COMPLAINT SUBJECT GAVE ITEMS AWAY AND IS LOOKING TO GET THEM BACK • SUBJECT WAS ADVISED OF HIS OPTIONS Assistance Rendered 913 E 2ND ST 002057-18 02/13/2018 11:36 FRAUD PCPD • FRAUD SEE REPORT #156-18 Report Written 1868 E PERRY 002058-18 02/13/2018 11:42 CHILD ABUSE CHILD NEGLECT • SUBJECT WAS DIRECTED TO SPEAK WITH CHILDREN SERVICES Assistance Rendered 616 W FREMONT RD 002059-18 02/13/2018 12:40 LOCKOUT PORT CLINTON POINTE • SUBJECT GOT HIS VEHICLE OPEN No Police Action Taken 1265 W FREMONT 002060-18 02/13/2018 14:40 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS AND CRIMINAL HISTORY PRINTOUT Other 1868 E PERRY 002061-18 02/13/2018 15:04 SUMMONS SERVED FOUNTAINS TRAILER PARK • SUMMONS SERVED Assistance Rendered 100 MORNINGSIDE 002062-18 02/13/2018 15:28 TRAFFIC STOP 400 BLK WASHINGTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002063-18 02/13/2018 15:33 DISTURBANCE LAKEVIEW ESTATES LOUD MUSIC COMPLAINT • SUBJECT WAS ADVISED OF THE COMPLAINT Assistance Rendered 221 BUCKEYE 002064-18 02/13/2018 16:08 ASSIST UNIT • ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT/SQUAD / ASSISTANCE RENDERED Assistance Rendered 714 LINCOLN CT 002065-18 02/13/2018 16:18 RECKLESS OPERATION 53 SOUTH/RT 2 • RECKLESS OPERATION / UNABLE TO LOCATE Gone on Arrival UNKNOWN 002066-18 02/13/2018 16:25 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 500 BLK SHORT Assistance Rendered UNKNOWN 002067-18 02/13/2018 16:40 LEADS PRINTOUT / CCH FOR OTHER AGENCY CITY/COUNTY BUILDING • LEADS PRINTOUT Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002068-18 02/13/2018 16:43 ASSIST UNIT • SUBJECT DIFFICULTY BREATHING / ASSISTANCE RENDERED Assistance Rendered 121 CEDAR 002069-18 02/13/2018 17:03 TRAFFIC STOP 1600 BLK E PERRY Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002070-18 02/13/2018 17:07 VANDALISM / CRIMINAL DAMAGE VANDALISM SEE REPORT #157-18 Report Written 533 W 3RD 002071-18 02/13/2018 17:15 PROTECTION ORDER VIOLATION PROTECTION ORDER VIOLATION SEE REPORT #158-18 Report Written 406 E 3RD 002072-18 02/13/2018 18:15 FIRE TEST PCPD • FIRE TEST Assistance Rendered 1868 E PERRY 002073-18 02/13/2018 19:25 TRAFFIC STOP KROGER Warning Issued 2028 E PERRY 002074-18 02/13/2018 19:38 TRAFFIC STOP HAPPY DAYS MARINA Warning Issued LAKESHORE/RICHEY 002076-18 02/13/2018 20:03 911 CALL PORT CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL • OPEN 911 LINE / ACCIDENTAL Assistance Rendered 821 S JEFFERSON ST 002077-18 02/13/2018 20:28 TRAFFIC STOP PERRY/FULTON Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002078-18 02/13/2018 20:35 TRAFFIC STOP 1600 BLK E PERRY Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002079-18 02/13/2018 20:43 TRAFFIC STOP RT 2 RAMP OFF PERRY Warning Issued UNKNOWN 002080-18 02/13/2018 20:59 TRAFFIC STOP WENDY'S RESTAURANT Warning Issued 210 E PERRY
"Rest In Peace Chicago P.D. Commander Paul Bauer" who was shot and killed this afternoon while assisting other officers apprehend a subject connected to a shooting. Gunfire line of duty deaths are up 140% this year compared to the same date last year....
"Rest In Peace Police Officer Darren Weathers" of the Detroit (Michigan) Police Department...