POLICE BLOTTER


Delaware police report:

A Willis Intermediate School student was unruly Wednesday afternoon. Police were called when a student was engaging in turbulent behavior. When police arrived, the student was still acting disorderly and was overturning furniture. The student’s mother arrived and the student hit her in the face. The student was taken into custody for domestic violence and taken to the Delaware County Juvenile Court.

A drunk woman was wandering down East Winter Street near Lake Street Friday at about 1:30 a.m. Police noticed the woman was having trouble walking and almost fell. Officers spoke to the woman and learned she was intoxicated and had soiled herself. A sober family member was contacted and she was picked up. She was issued a summons to appear in Delaware Municipal Court for disorderly conduct by intoxication.

A home on Lincoln Court was broken into Wednesday. The owner told police a television, DVD player and DVDs were stolen. The total loss was estimated at $650.

A man was drunk in the parking lot between Kroger and Buffalo Wild Wings on Houk Road Wednesday night. The man was stumbling and could not maintain his balance. Police found the man to be intoxicated and in possession of several stolen drinks from Kroger. Police also learned he had left Buffalo Wild Wings without paying. The man was taken into custody, charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication and two counts of theft. He was then taken to the Delaware County Jail.

Vulgarities were spray-painted onto a car overnight Wednesday at a parking lot on Woodhaul Drive.

A woman’s phone was stolen while she stood on the sidewalk on North Washington Street Thursday morning. The woman told police a man she had a protection order against a man who took her phone, yelled and insulted her at her home. An investigation is ongoing and charges are pending.

A car on Downing Street was spray-painted green and blue overnight Wednesday.

A Hayes High School student was arrested at school Thursday afternoon. The school resource officer responded to a report of a student engaging in loud outbursts and disorderly behavior. The student was removed from school by his juvenile court probation officer and a charge of disorderly conduct was forwarded to Delaware County Juvenile Court.