An officer was requested at Kmart for a report of a theft.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in the 11,000 block of CR 175. A burglary was reported at 129 S. Wayne St.
An officer responded to a report of a male lying in the alley just south of W. North Street in the 500 block. The officer was advised that the male, Donald Hall, 510 East St., McGuffey, was without a shirt and attempting to engage in physical confrontations with others on the alley.
A report was received of an employee at Blanchard House, 825 Richard Lane, who has been attempting to gain possession of prescription medications that have not been authorized by the facility.
An officer observed a vehicle pull up to a residence known for drug activity.
The passenger got out and went up to the house.
An assault was reported at Kenton High School.
Officers were dispatched to 622 W. Lima St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. Roger Hurley, same address, was later arrested for domestic violence.
A phone tip was received of a 17-year-old female reported to be with a registered sex offender at his home. The juvenile was found and taken home. The specifics of the incident are currently under investigation.
A theft was reported at Walmart.
Amber R. Motter, 505 E. North St., reported that when she arrived home, she found the door to her residence standing open. Numerous items inside the house had been disturbed, but it is unknown what items are missing.
A vehicle was reported broken into at 445 E. Ohio St.
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McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley High School will hold its commencement at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 26 in the fieldhouse.
The class motto is, “Our lives are before us, our paths are behind us, but our memories are forever within us."
With about two weeks until the start of the summer swimming season at the city pool, Kenton lost the person who was going to run the facility.
Ryan Morgan, who was beginning his second year as the seasonal parks and recreation director, resigned from the post on May 11.
BELLEFONTAINE — Benjamin Logan Elementary has been awarded a $1.2 million grant to improve literacy outcomes in its communities
The Ohio Department of Education announced the award on Wednesday, part of $33 million in Striving Readers grants presented statewide following a competitive peer review process.