According to Plain City Police Department reports:
An officer responded to the area of East West Avenue at 8:07 p.m. March 22 in reference to a driving complaint. The caller, who wished to remain anonymous, stated that a known subject was driving a black Chevy Silverado recklessly in the area and appeared to exit her vehicle and vomit. Upon arrival, the officer checked the area and was unable to locate any vomit in the area. The officer advised the subject that officers had received previous complaints of her reckless driving. The subject stated that she would slow down and drive more carefully.
An anonymous person called in a driving complaint at 6:40 p.m. March 22 stating that the person in front of them on East Main Street was driving a gray Hyundai and was driving under the posted speed limit and “all over the road.” The officer arrived at the listed location and found a car matching the description in the area. The officer determined everything to be fine.
An officer made contact with a subject on Jackson Street at the request of the Marysville Police Department for a well-being check at 11:09 a.m. March 22. Upon arrival, the subject advised she wanted a ride to the hospital. A medic arrived on scene and transported the subject to the hospital. Officers relayed the information to MPD.
An officer discovered an envelope on the Plain City Administrative Assistant’s desk, which contained some cards belonging to subjects, at 8 a.m. March 22. The officer called and spoke to a female subject, who advised she would try to come in sometime that evening to pick the cards up. The officer reviewed the building’s video footage and discovered an unknown subject placing the envelope through the Police Department’s window.
An officer observed a subject next to his Dodge Dakota behind Plain City Hardware, after hours at 3:02 a.m. March 21. The business owner stated that permission was given, but the subject was not permitted to be in the shed. The business owner indicated he would like the subject to be asked to leave the property. The officer verbally trespassed the subject from the scene.
Police responded to an open door at Buckeye Brass and Winds on North Chillicothe Street at 1:05 a.m. March 22.
Police responded to an open door at Plain City Elementary School on South Chillicothe Street at 11:41 p.m. March 22.
An officer was requested by the Ohio State Highway Patrol to assist with a BAC test at the Plain City Municipal Building on Village Blvd. at 12:55 a.m. March 21.
Officers went to North Avenue to attempt a warrant service arrest at 11:51 a.m. March 21. Officers were aware that Adam Kaetzel had an entered and confirmed warrant out of the Ohio State Highway Patrol for a parole violation. He was placed into custody for his warrant and transported to the Tri-County Regional Jail. Kaetzel received additional charges for drug abuse instruments and obstructing official business. All narcotics at the scene were seized and will be sent to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation for testing. Due to the living conditions in the apartment, a copy of the report was also forwarded to the Department of Job and Family Services.
An officer was given a driver’s license belonging to a subject at 10:12 a.m. March 21. The subject met the officer at Ferguson Funeral Home and the officer identified the subject based on her photo. The subject’s property was returned.
An officer was requested by the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office to go to East Main Street to make contact with a subject at 4:40 a.m. March 21. Upon arrival, the officer met with the mother of a subject who stated the subject was not at the listed location. The mother said she would attempt to make contact with the subject.
An officer was requested by the Ohio State Highway Patrol to assist with a BAC test at the Plain City Municipal Building on Village Blvd. at 4:15 a.m. March 21.
Officers responded to an open door at Plain City Self Storage on Carlisle Avenue at 3:42 a.m. March 21.
Officers responded to an open door at Lee’s Sports and Spirits on West Bigelow Avenue at 3:23 a.m. March 21.
Officers went to South Chillicothe Street at 4:03 p.m. March 20 to serve a warrant on Joseph Seum. He reportedly had an entered warrant for theft out of the Madison County Common Pleas Court. Upon placing Seum into custody, he advised he had already been served papers for this charge and had a court date coming up. After confirming this with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, officers were advised to release Seum. He was released from the scene. Reports indicate the officer confirmed the warrant was valid prior to attempting the service.
Officers responded to Cooper Lane at 1:37 p.m. March 20 for a domestic dispute. The suspect advised that he would go to a friend’s house so he could calm down. The suspect left the residence.
A complainant contacted the police department via public service at 1:05 p.m. March 20 to report an incidence of telecommunications harassment. The officer advised the complainant to block the number, while the officer would attempt to make contact with the suspect via public service to advise him to stop or he could be charged with telecommunication harassment.
While on routine patrol, an officer observed two vehicles parked at the entrance to Plain City Elementary School after hours at 12:38 a.m. March 20. Both parties were warned for being at the school after hours.
An officer observed a tan Dodge pick-up truck pulling a trailer without any properly working lights on South Chillicothe Street at midnight March 20. The officer initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle and made contact with the driver and his passenger. The driver was given a warning for the equipment violation.
An officer initiated a traffic stop on Route 161 at midnight March 20. The officer made contact with the vehicle driver and her passenger. After further investigation, it was found the vehicle tags belonged to another subject. The subject declined to pursue any charges against the driver. The vehicle was later towed and the plates were seized, per the subject’s request. The driver was given a warning for the expired tags. Both parties were advised of the seriousness of operating on a prior owner’s tags.
An officer was dispatched to Hundley Court at midnight March 20 in reference to a suspicious circumstance complaint. The officer determined everything to be O.K.
An officer was notified that a gray Silverado was parked at Keller-Williams Realtors on North Chillicothe Street and partially blocking the alley at 11:37 p.m. March 20.
An officer responded to an open door at She Stages Columbus at 12:04 a.m. March 19.
An officer initiated a traffic stop on West Avenue at 7:29 a.m. March 19. The driver was given a warning for the expired registration.
A female was identified as Julie Dean and a male was identified as Samuel Dean by the Plain City Public Library staff at 3:45 p.m. March 19. The pair entered Library property from the West Main Street entrance. The subjects were placing a sticker on the drop-box. The male also placed an identical sticker on a “Do Not Enter” road sign at the lot’s south exit. The pair were served a copy of their criminal charges, each a criminal trespassing and a criminal mischief charge.
An officer responded to an open door at The Silo on West Main Street at 3:08 a.m. March 19.
An officer responded to an open door at Plain City Self Storage on Carlisle Avenue at 1:55 a.m. March 19.
An officer assisted the Madison County Sheriff’s Office by initiating a traffic stop on U.S. 42 at 3:42 a.m. March 17 until their unit could respond.
An officer responded to the North Avenue Apartments on North Avenue at 6:24 p.m. March 17 in reference to a possible breaking and entering complaint. The officer deemed everything to be fine.
An officer was dispatched to the Pleasant Valley Fire Department in reference to a drug overdose walk-in complaint at 10:20 p.m. March 17. The medics later transported the subject to the hospital.
An officer responded to Village Blvd. in reference to an animal complaint at 10:22 p.m. March 17. All parties involved were warned for not having their canines on a leash.
Police responded to an alarm drop at the Dollar General on South Jefferson Avenue at 4:32 a.m. March 16.
An officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle on East Main Street at 11:30 p.m. March 16. The officer made contact with the driver, Deanna Snodgrass. After further investigation, Snodgrass was placed under arrest for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and was transported to the police department. She was cited for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, operating a vehicle while intoxicated super concentrate, one-way streets and no turn signal. She was advised of her court date and released to a valid driver.
According to Plain City Police Department reports: