Marked lanes violation, Front Street: An officer stopped a car at 2:07 a.m. March 4 after seeing it driving erratically. While speaking with the driver the officer spotted a pill cutter in his jacket pocket. The driver said he used the pill cutter to cut ibuprofen. The officer searched the driver and found two pocket knifes and an unlabeled pill bottle containing suspected oxycodone in his pockets. The driver first claimed he had a prescription for oxycodone at home, but then said he found the pill bottle while cleaning up after a church bingo game earlier that night. The driver was issued a marked lanes violation and released at the scene. The officer confiscated the suspected oxycodone to send to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations for testing. The driver could face felony charges in the future, police said.
Menacing, Sprague Road: A woman reported at 5:37 p.m. March 4 that a 13-year-old boy had been bullying her 13-year-old son. The son said the other boy called him names, pushed him, and sent him a note threatening to beat him up. The other boy claimed the son had threatened to fight him, too. A juvenile detective is investigating.
Runaway, East Bagley Road: An OhioGuidestone employee reported at 7:40 p.m. Feb. 26 that a 15-year-old resident left the campus at 5:30 p.m. that afternoon. The boy called police at 8:35 p.m. that evening and said he was at a Shell gas station on West Bridge Street. An officer picked him up and took him back to OhioGuidestone.
Criminal damaging, Meadow Drive: A woman reported at 2:19 p.m. Feb. 26 that a suspicious man came to her door and said he was there to fix her kitchen’s tile floor. The man banged on the door hard enough to damage it. The woman said she did not call a repairman, and the man left. Officers searched the neighborhood but did not locate the man.
Theft, Milton Street: A man reported at 9:49 p.m. Feb. 26 that someone stole a tablet computer, a checkbook containing 30 checks, an envelope containing less than $200 and car keys from his home. The man suspected a family member took the items. The incident is being investigated.
Annoying phone calls, Adrian Drive: A woman reported at 1:44 p.m. Feb. 27 that she had been receiving annoying phone calls since Jan. 16. The woman said she and her husband never answer their phone, and whoever had been calling was not leaving messages. An officer advised her to contact her phone company about blocking any unknown callers.
Harassment, Emerson Drive: A woman reported at 1:59 a.m. Feb. 27 that a man posted a message on Facebook, offering to send nude pictures of her to anyone who asked for them. He also posted an embarrassing video of her. An officer contacted the man, who agreed to take the postings and the video down. He was advised he would face criminal charges if he did not comply.
Theft, University Street: A woman reported at 2:11 p.m. March 2 that one pair of earrings and two rings were missing from her bedroom. The woman said a cleaning company had been inside her house recently, and that she noticed the jewelry was missing after the cleaners left. The jewelry was inexpensive and the woman did not wish to pursue the matter.