Police Blotter for 8/22/2006


4:42 a.m.

Three intoxicated subjects found in and around the fountain at the Administration Building, they were transported back to the Wood County Fairgrounds.


12:41 a.m.

Subject found sleeping on a car in Lot 15. Was advised to sleep inside instead.

2:11 a.m.

Verbal warning for public urination near University Hall.

2:13 a.m.

Verbal warning for public urination near Mosely Hall.

3:32 a.m.

Unit responded to a male yelling outside Union parking lot, they advised him to use his “inside voice.”

3:48 a.m.

A fight broke out at the 1200 block of Wooster St.

5:31 a.m.

Police were called when a woman beat up her boyfriend on South Main Street.

6:43 a.m.

Marquee sign at school on West Poe Road was vandalized overnight, causing $300 in damage.

9:56 a.m.

A resident at 3rd Street reported vandalism to property. A jigsaw puzzle several residents were working on had been disassembled by an unknown person and they were upset about it.

10:52 a.m.

A cement block was thrown through the back of a vehicle on North Enterprise causing between $300 and $400 in damage.

12:13 a.m.

A door was kicked in on Campbell Hill Road, causing $300 in damage.

6:16 p.m.

Five skateboarders near University Hall almost struck a pedestrian and were sent on their way.

6:58 p.m.

A woman reported an object thrown at her or a possible BB shot at her from a moving vehicle at Wooster and Crim streets at about 12 a.m. She has a detention and wound on her forehead. No suspect or vehicle information available.

9:21 p.m.

It was reported that 15-20 college-age males burned an American flag. Police checked the area.

11:47 p.m.

An apartment on South College was reportedly broken into between 5 and 9:30 p.m. Police found the apartment was not broken into but someone had loosened the doorknob.


12:29 a.m.

Rina Maria Ballez, 28, was arrested for possession of marijuana and failure to use a turn signal.

1:19 a.m.

At the same apartment complex on South College, a resident reported there were two men standing outside his door with duffle bags. The resident had returned home as the subjects arrived.