Mount Gilead Police calls


Aug. 17

Assault

A caller reported that while riding his motorcycle on North Main Street someone shot with with a pellet gun.

Aug. 18

Child unattended

A report of someone leaving a child unattended in a car on Iberia Street was investigated.

Vehicle damaged

A man reported his vehicle was backed into but was not sure where it happened.

Warrant served

A woman was served an active arrest warrant out of Mount Gilead Mayor’s Court.

Theft reported

A man said someone removed his grandmother’s power washer from her Lincoln Avenue residence.

9-1-1 hang up

A woman said she accidentally called 9-1-1 from an East Center Street address.

Aug. 19

Incident with knife

A report of a man with a knife on West High Street was investigated. An officer spoke to the parties involved, but no arrests were made.

Aug. 20

Assistance

Morrow County Squad #1 was in a ditch on South Delaware Street. Officer provided assistance while the tow truck arrived.

Assault, theft

A woman reported she was assaulted by someone she knows and that person then took her vehicle. The man was located and arrested on an active warrant.

Aug. 21

Harassment

A woman said her husband was harassing her via telephone. She was advised to delete his number and stop texting him.

Aug. 23

Building struck

A motorist accidentally struck Rite Aid. No injuries were reported.

Narcotics arrest

A couple attempted to utter a stolen and forged prescription at Drug Mart. They were arrested on a charge of illegal processing of drug documents.

Fight reported

Officers responded to a domestic complaint between relatives on Highland Avenue. One man was taken to the hospital with injuries and the other was arrested.

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