Columbus Police Reports - 5 reports

171056982-001104 - Burglary - Zone 4Brody Fraley12/08/20172313 East Ave
171056982-001104 - Burglary - Zone 4Paul Hufnagel12/08/20172313 East Ave
171057505-001200 - Motor Vehicle TheftCharles Ball12/08/20172571 Findley Ave
171060456-001117 - Theft - From Motor Vehicle - FelonyJeffrey Radcliff12/09/2017139 E Hudson St
171063695-001302 - Molesting Vic 16 Yr and OlderSarah Remig12/10/2017Alden Ave

OSU Reports - 11 reports

Report NumberLast ModifiedReported OnIncident FromIncident ToIncident TypeLocation
17-6021 12-11-2017 06:3812-10-2017 21:4312-10-2017 21:4312-10-2017 21:43Carrying Concealed WeaponOSU Hospital ED
17-5251 12-11-2017 04:1012-10-2017 23:4512-10-2017 23:4512-10-2017 23:45SupplementBlankenship Hall
17-6020 12-10-2017 22:3012-10-2017 17:3912-10-2017 17:3912-10-2017 17:39Drug ParaphernaliaAgricultural Administration Building
17-6019 12-10-2017 21:5112-10-2017 17:1512-10-2017 17:1512-10-2017 17:15Administrative InformationBradley Hall
17-6015 12-10-2017 19:0412-10-2017 16:3012-08-2017 21:2012-08-2017 22:30TheftRPAC
17-6014 12-10-2017 18:5712-10-2017 12:3912-10-2017 12:3912-10-2017 12:39Administrative InformationBrain and Spine Hospital
17-6009 12-10-2017 07:1612-10-2017 01:1812-10-2017 01:1812-10-2017 01:18Disorderly ConductTaylor Tower
17-6013 12-10-2017 06:0312-10-2017 04:4912-10-2017 04:4912-10-2017 04:49Offenses involving underage persons18th Ave Library
17-6010 12-10-2017 06:0112-10-2017 01:4412-10-2017 01:4412-10-2017 01:44Offenses involving underage personsOhio Union
17-6012 12-10-2017 03:5912-10-2017 02:0612-10-2017 02:0612-10-2017 02:06Ill AidedTaylor Tower
17-4881 12-10-2017 03:5312-10-2017 00:0612-10-2017 00:0612-10-2017 00:06SupplementMt Caramel West Hospital

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    Article: (Columbus) Magistrate allows Ohio State age-discrimination lawsuit to move forward

      Excerpt: An age-discrimination lawsuit against Ohio State is moving forward, after a federal magistrate refused to prevent the plaintiff's lawyer from questioning university officials, including President Michael V. Drake.U.S. Magistrate Chelsey M. Vascura in Columbus wrote in a Dec. 1 opinion that Julianne Taaffe and Kathryn Moon, who worked in the university's English as a Second Language program, are entitled to search for evidence of ongoing discriminatory policies and [...]

    Article: (Columbus) Deer with Halloween bucket on head is free, probably

      Excerpt: The deer is free, free of the Halloween candy bucket that had encased its head for at least a week.Apparently."A resident of Columbus near Henderson (Road) and Chevy Chase (Avenue) called to say that he found a pumpkin bucket by his deer feeder this morning," the Upper Arlington Police Department tweeted Saturday morning. "It is likely that the deer who has been the source of so much attention has shed his bulbous, orange muzzle."Ohio Wildlife Officer Brad [...]

    Article: (Campus) Ramp from 315 north to Medical Center to close Sunday

      Excerpt: The northbound Route 315 exit ramp to Medical Center Drive near Ohio State’s campus will be closed for a week beginning Sunday.The ramp will be closed for installation of a city sanitary sewer line as work continues on the ongoing Cannon Drive relocation project.Drivers headed for the Wexner Medical Center can use the Goodale or Lane avenue [...]

    Article: (Columbus) No charges for officer who killed BB-gun wielding patient in hospital shooting

      Excerpt: A Columbus police officer has been cleared by a grand jury after shooting and killing a man outside the entrance of Mount Carmel St. Ann's hospital in Westerville.Officer Nathan Komisarek, 44, shot and killed 39-year-old Christopher Wade on April 6, 2016.Officers were called to the hospital in order to escort Westerville Fire Department medics who transported a patient. When they arrived at the hospital, the patient, later identified as Wade, was carrying a bag and began [...]

    Article: (Columbus) Huntington to donate $2 million to Nationwide Children's Hospital

      Excerpt: Columbus-based Huntington Bancshares said Friday that it is giving $2 million over 10 years to Nationwide Children's Hospital, the largest gift to a single nonprofit in the bank's 151-year history.The award is in support of programs to improve health and wellness in the community, specifically the hospital's ability to diagnose and treat behavioral health conditions.Huntington's grant supports the Partners for Kids program that serves 330,000 children and [...]