For Immediate Release: Police Calls *104 calls for service for 04/16/18 – 04/29/18 4/19/18 - SR 13 at Village Limits – The officer on duty noticed as a vehicle approached the stop sign on Mill St at Main St but did not come to a complete stop. A traffic stop was initiated and contact was made with the driver. During the stop, the passenger was not wearing his seatbelt. The officer requested all occupants’ information. After running their information through dispatch, the officer learned that the driver was driving under suspension and the backseat passenger had a warrant for his arrest. The driver was issued a citation for failing to come to a complete stop at the stop sign, the passenger was issued a citation for failure to wear his seatbelt and the back seat passenger was arrested for his warrant and transported to the Juvenile Detention Center. 4/21/18 - Main St – While on routine patrol, the officer on duty witnessed a vehicle going faster than the posted speed limit. The officer took notice of some damage to the vehicle as he attempted to catch up with said vehicle. The officer initiated his overheads to gain the driver’s attention. While trying to elude the officer, by making several unexpected turns and failing to stop at a stop sign. The officer was able to make contact with the driver at the Duke Station. When he approached the vehicle to speak with the driver, the driver stated she was not trying to elude him but she needed to use the restroom and was trying to get to this location in order to do so. While running her information through dispatch, the officer learned that she was driving under suspension. The officer issued her a citation for driving under suspension and speed and issued her a verbal warning for failing to come to a complete stop at the stop sign. She was permitted to call someone to come to her location and pick her and her vehicle up. - Wendy’s – This department was dispatched to said location for a domestic disturbance in progress in their parking lot. The caller stated there was a male and female fighting, the caller advised that the male struck the female then locked the female out of the car and was driving erratically in the parking lot. Upon arrival, both occupants were in the vehicle, in the middle of the lot. The male subject was detained while speaking with the female, who was believed to be under the influence of alcohol. After speaking with both parties, the female did not want to press charges and there was no physical evidence of assault. The female was given a breathalyzer to check her impairment. She was found to be below the legal limit. The male subject was issued a summons for disorderly conduct. 4/23/2018 - Huron St – This department was dispatched to the listed address for a report of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The caller stated he allowed her ex-boyfriend to driver her vehicle but is now refusing to give it back. Due to the location of the vehicle, a call was made to Reynoldsburg PD. The vehicle was located and the owner was informed of its location and was permitted to go pick it up. 4/25/2018 - Quality Inn – The police clerk took a call referencing drugs being located in a room while it was being cleaned. During the cleaning, it was discovered that all the bedding was missing. This officer on duty called the third party who rented the room to inform them of the missing items. 4/27/2018 - Main St – While patrolling, the officer on duty witnessed as a vehicle crossed over the center line. The officer initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the driver. The driver admitted to briefly looking down at her cell phone. After running her information through dispatch, the officer learned that she had a warrant for her arrest. The driver stated it was all a mistake and that this is the second time she was being arrested on a warrant that was all a mistake to begin with. The officer issued her a citation for texting while driving. She was then arrested and placed in the rear of a Deputy’s patrol car. Her vehicle was released to her mother. 4/29/18 SR 97 W – While patrolling, the officer witnessed as a vehicle crossed over the marked lane into the center lane of travel. Then, as the vehicle turned onto the ramp to go to I-71, the tires crossed over the fog line. A traffic stop was initiated. The officer was asked to not give them a ticket as they had just been stopped in another county and cited. The officer ran their information through dispatch and learned that both, the passenger and driver, were suspended. The officer allowed the occupants to call for a ride while he called for a tow truck. The driver was cited for driving under suspension and marked lanes. The passenger was cited for wrongful entrustment. Once their ride arrived and the tow truck took possession of the vehicle all parties left the scene.