Bellville Police Calls


Staff report



Aug. 10

A Bellville officer ran a stopped driver’s information through dispatch and it returned suspended. The driver was issued a citation for driving under suspension and a turn signal violation.

Police responded to a call about a male walking circles around a truck at Speedway on State Route 97. When the officer approached the male, he began attempting to elude the officer. The subject was issued a summons for obstructing official business and was advised of his court date.

Aug. 11

A Bellville officer on routine patrol conducted a car stop on Main Street. When he approached the vehicle, the officer detected the strong odor of burned marijuana. The driver and two passengers were placed in the rear of the cruise and issued a summons for possession of drug paraphernalia and a citation for a red light violation.

Speedway on State Route 97 called police regarding a theft. No Further Information.

Aug. 12

A local resident contacted Bellville Police regarding a missing license plate. No Further Information.

Aug. 17

A Bellville resident contacted the Bellville Police regarding identity fraud when an individual attempted to open an account in the subject’s name. No Further Information.

A Bellville officer on routine patrol conducted a car stop on State Route 97. The driver had an active warrant. She was placed under arrest and turned over to a Richland County Deputy. The vehicle was turned over to a friend.

Aug. 18

The Zoning Inspector contacted Bellville Police regarding a violation of the junk accumulation ordinance. He requested a summons be prepared and served. No Further Information.

Aug. 22

A subject advised the Bellville Police that he dropped a hand purse while visiting the Buckeye Diner. No Further Information.

Aug. 23

A Bellville officer on routine patrol conducted a car stop on Ogle Street. The officer detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle and conducted field sobriety tests which the subject failed. She was placed under arrest, placed in cuffs and transported to the Ohio State Patrol for testing, which returned a .181 BAC. She was issued a citation and the vehicle was turned over to a friend.

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Staff report