According to Plain City Police Department reports:
Officers were dispatched to McDonald’s in reference to a suicide attempt June 24 at 6:14 p.m. Upon arrival, the officers made contact with the subject who advised she and her boyfriend had just broken up. The subject stated she told him she was going to commit suicide as an attempt to get him back. The subject was seen by Medic 261 and declined to go to the hospital. The officer then spoke with the boyfriend who agreed to let the subject stay at his residence until the subject finds somewhere else to stay.
Officers were dispatched to U.S. 42 north in reference to a vehicle fire June 24 at 2:38 p.m. Upon arrival, the officers learned the subject was driving a 2001 International truck on U.S. 42 near Rickard Road. The subject was towing a black top heating unit, which caught fire.
On June 24 at 10:32 a.m., a subject met an officer on station. The subject advised that on Saturday morning, he was in the area of North Chillicothe Street when he found a fit bit lying in the road.
On June 24 at 4:22 a.m., officers responded to East Main Street in reference to an unresponsive male. Upon arrival with Pleasant Valley Fire Department, the officers located the subject who was deceased on his living room floor
The officer made contact with the Madison County Coroner who declined to respond to the scene. The officer then made contact with the family doctor who stated that he would sign the death certificate. The officer then contacted the funeral home. Once the funeral home personnel arrived on scene, the subject was then released to the funeral home.
An officer was dispatched to Carriage Drive in reference to a possible sick or injured chipmunk June 25 at 4:01 p.m. Upon arrival, the officer met with the caller who advised the officer that she had called in about this chipmunk yesterday but the officer was unable to locate it. The caller advised that today it is trapped in her garage with the garage door down. Upon opening the garage door the chipmunk ran out and took off toward the rear of the house and disappeared into the brush.
The officer advised the caller that the chipmunk did appear injured or sick by the way it was moving. The officer advised the caller that if it returns feel free to call PCPD back. The officer then returned to patrol.
Officers responded to the intersection of Plain City Georgesville Road and Cemetery Pike in reference to a multi-vehicle injury crash June 25 at 1:55 p.m. Once OSP Post 49 arrived on the scene and advised that the officers were no longer needed, the officers returned to patrol.
An officer was flagged down by a passerby and advised of an intoxicated subject on West Main Street who was arguing June 26 at11:18 p.m. According to the report, the officer located William Millington, talking loudly on his phone. The officer made contact with Millington who began cursing and yelling at the officer. Millington continued to yell and curse, and was given several warnings for disorderly conduct. The officer eventually made contact with Millington’s wife who arrived on scene shortly thereafter, and Millington was advised to get into the vehicle and go home. He continued to argue, but eventually got into the vehicle and they left the scene. Millington was later placed under arrest for persistent disorderly conduct and transported to Tri-County Regional Jail.
An officer was on stationary patrol in the parking lot of South Chillicothe Street June 27 at 4 p.m. The officer conducted a routine registration check on a tan Chevrolet pick-up. The registration returned to Barry Thomas, Jr., a suspended driver. The officer initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle and made contact with the owner/driver, Barry Thomas Jr.
Thomas then provided the officer with his license, proof of insurance (valid), and a copy of his driving privileges. The officer reviewed the privileges and observed they only covered the case number for two of the three active suspensions.
The officer also learned that the BMV Deputy Registrar attached a note to the vehicle registration advising to seize the vehicle plates. The officer advised Thomas of the officer’s findings. Thomas was then issued a traffic citation for no valid OL, and FRA suspension. Thomas’ vehicle was towed to the PCPD impound lot. He was released to his father, who gave him a ride home.
An employee from the Marathon gas station contacted the officer on station in reference to a drive-off June 27 at 11:25 a.m. The employee believed that the driver either forgot to swipe his credit card or there was an issue with it but that the transaction did not go through.
An officer was dispatched to West Main Street in reference to a male sitting behind the building June 28 at 7:01 p.m. The caller thought he might be up to no good. Upon arrival, the officer met with the subject who was sitting behind the building eating food. The subject advised he wanted out of the direct sunlight while eating the food he had just purchased from the Red Door Barbeque food truck. Upon determining everything to be okay, the officer returned to patrol.
An officer was dispatched to West Main Street in reference to a non-injury private property crash June 28 at 12:38 p.m.
Upon arrival, the officer met with the caller who advised that a truck pulling a camper trailer struck the west end of the drive through overhang. The officer then spoke with the truck’s driver and his passenger.
The driver advised the officer he misjudged the overhang and struck it with his camper.
An officer responded to East Main Street in reference to a fireworks complaint June 29 at 10:09 p.m. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the caller who stated that she was frustrated with fireworks being set off in the area. The officer checked the area but was unable to locate the fireworks. The officer then returned to patrol.
While on routine patrol, an officer observed a blue Honda van parked on the south side of the street, in front of Fanshell Drive June 29 at 3:23 p.m. The south side of the roadway is a no parking zone. The officer also observed a white Lexus parked in the driveway, blocking the sidewalk. The officer made contact with the homeowner, and advised her of the incident.
An officer received a call in regards to an elderly female who appeared to need medical assistance on Allgyer Drive on June 29 at 2:57 p.m. Upon arrival, the officer observed the subject walking through the grass. The subject appeared to be in pain as she walked. Due to the temperature and the subject’s condition, the officer requested the medic to come and evaluate.
An officer observed a red Honda Sedan traveling southbound on U.S. 42 near North Chillicothe Street June 29 at 12:32 a.m. The vehicle appeared to be traveling above the posted speed limit. The officer checked the vehicle’s speed.
The vehicle was going 60mph in a 50mph speed zone. The officer initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle and made contact with the vehicle driver and his passengers. The driver was given a verbal warning for speed. The officers then returned to patrol.
An officer was sent to West Main Street in reference to a possible burglary June 30 at 3:50 p.m.
Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the complainant who advised the listed location recently got foreclosed on and in May, the house was bought at an auction. According to reports, the residence is still in her name, as the sale has not been finalized. The complainant then spoke with contracted service and advised them that the house was not abandoned. The complainant was advised they understood and were going to put a lock box on the house and would provide the complainant with the code. The complainant went to the residence and the front door locks were changed and there was no lock box. The complainant then went to the back door and used her key to get into the residence. Once inside of the residence, the complainant advised her house had been gone through, papers were scattered everywhere and loose change was missing from a change container. The complainant then went to the garage, and learned the locks were there also changed.
The complainant then pried the door open with a shovel, and learned a small black toolbox was missing. The complainant stated she had permission from her bank to remove the rest of her items from the house and wanted to know who entered the house and took her belongings.
The complainant then provided the officer with the information to her bank, along with the information to contracted services, who work with the bank. The officer advised the complainant the officer would contact her back and the mortgage company and get back with her.
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