• The appellant informed that the business had been broken into.

• A person at the station reported that money had been withdrawn from their bank account via CashApp.

• Employee aware of graffiti behind the building.

• The caller told her that she had a fight with a man and that he slammed the door, which hit her in the face. She said she had scratches on her hand and knee. The appellant stated that she did not need medical attention.

• Officer marked on a warrant attempt behind Kroger.

• The caller requested an agent in reference to the theft of the cable by the neighbor.

• The appellant advised that someone had stolen the tire from his Dodge Caravan.

• The caller asked to speak to an officer because a woman was threatening him and told him that she would be beaten by her boyfriend.

• The appellant indicated that he was part of the company that owned the site and that a man had carried out several checks for himself.

• The appellant reported that his garage was broken into and items were stolen from it.

• A person at the station reported that a subject had stolen the license plate of a vehicle that belonged to him and was using it for his own vehicle. The reporter said he stole it because he didn’t have a driver’s license and couldn’t get his vehicle registered.

• The agency asks for a municipal unit in reference to two men trying to cash fraudulent checks working $ 8,100. The agency said it had a report from a referral woman.

• The appellant indicated that he was at Rural King that morning and that someone stole his sliding ladder from his truck.

• The caller informed that his neighbors were yelling at each other.

• The appellant stated that she could smell the smoke and hear the fire alarm go off.

• The caller said her neighbor came to her house to ask to call the police because she was still arguing with her boyfriend.

• The appellant testified that one of his tenants told him that someone was on the property. He informed that the subject was previously an intrusion.

• Subject at the station wanted to speak to an officer in reference to someone with a warrant.

• The appellant reported that he had allowed a subject to use his motorcycle and had not returned it.

• The appellant reported a fire in a house.

• Officers were on their way to a location to follow up and try to locate a warrant person. An arrest was made on Thomas L. Jenkins Jr.

• The appellant said a man was screaming and grabbing his mother. Male was exploding.

• The appellant testified that his Harley Davidson was stolen.

• The appellant said that someone stole his mother-in-law’s three-wheeled bicycle.

• The appellant reported that a woman was wearing a white shirt with red sleeves. She was carrying a baby on her hip. She said she saw the female take the baby out of the stroller and shake him violently and yell profanity in his face. The appellant stated that she was walking northbound on Court Street.

• The appellant requested that an officer attend the scene due to a dispute involving a civil matter over the bail money.

• The appellant asked if she could file a removal order when an officer arrived at the scene. The appellant stated that she was separated from the other party at this time.

• The appellant indicated that there was domestic activity at the place and that the female half was at the residence.

• The appellant stated that an electrical box inside the house was emitting black smoke. The house was evacuated.

• The minor said there were people who came out of a house near the park, threatening to beat her and her friends. Juvenile was 11 years old and her friends were 9 and 11 years old.

• The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding an assault on a minor. The caller disconnected before they could get more information.

• The appellant informed that a woman came out of the store with a cart full of items and left in a blue Honda Odyssey with an Ohio registration. The caller said she crossed the road towards Walmart.

• The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office has asked a unit to meet with them on a warrant against Johnny Palmer. The sheriff’s office took him into custody.

• The agent was out with Latosha Speakman near the Eagles parking lot on a warrant. An arrest warrant has been issued for Latosha Speakman.

• The bailiff reported to the court that a Walker Pence had obtained a warrant from another agency. The warrant was confirmed in Fayette County. An arrest was made against Walker Nash Pence on a warrant from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office.

• The appellant requested an officer due to the theft of his vehicle while on duty. The vehicle has been described as a blue Chevrolet truck.

• The appellant requested an officer due to a large group of children fighting.

• The appellant called for an officer because a man had a gun in place. The male was described as having a beard, was taller, and had a blue shirt. The appellant believed it was under control at the time, and was also unsure whether he was threatening anyone with the gun.

• The appellant asked an officer to see a male subject steal an upright packet of L&M cigarettes. The appellant described the man as wearing a brown shirt while wearing white tennis shoes. A man was last seen walking behind McDonald’s.

• The appellant said his truck caught fire.

• The officer reported a theft in reference to the theft of a carton of cigarettes, which occurred the day before.

• A man says his daughter is being harassed.

• The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office sent a request to alert Amanda Smith, who was currently incarcerated at their Jackson Pike facility. According to Franklin County, the female was not yet ready to be released. They have indicated that they will contact CPD when it is ready to be picked up.

• The officer saw a woman throw a bottle.

• The appellant reported that a shirtless man wearing a bandana with a black shirt wrapped around his neck was attempting to punch a brick double. The caller said there was a woman standing outside to monitor the matter. The appellant indicated that she had blond hair and was wearing a red shirt. The appellant indicated that the subjects were walking east on Ohio Street. An arrest has been made on Elijah Seckman for an active warrant out of Pickaway County. PSCO was at the scene and took charge of the prisoner.

EDITOR’S NOTE: While charges have been filed by law enforcement officials against some of the above, they were not found guilty of violations. Charges against people can be dismissed or people can be found not guilty by a court. Unless a person is found guilty, they remain not guilty.