Danville/Brinkhaven Police Report – May 15, 2022

Danville/Brinkhaven Police Report – May 15, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Danville Police Department)

May 7
Suspicious person – Mickley Rd./Millersburg Rd.

May 8
Took an auto crash report where a hit-skip vehicle struck a fence destroying thirty-five feet of fencing – in the 100 block of North Street.
Conducted a well-being check on an individual – in the 200 block of East Walnut St.

May 9
A citizen reported that their cat is lost. Cat was found – in the 200 block of Mickley St.
DPD assisted the Adult Probation in carrying out an arrest of John D. Ball age 22 of Danville on a probation violation. During the arrest, several illegal drug-related items were discovered and confiscated. A report will be forwarded to the County Prosecutor for additional charges to be filed.
Parking complaint – in the 200 block of West Rambo St.
Assisted a deputy with a traffic stop – South Market St/Ross St.
Assisted a lost motorist – Millersburg Rd./Millwood Rd.

May 10
Private property auto accident. A teenage male parked their vehicle in the parking lot of the US Post Office and failed to put the vehicle’s gear shift fully into the Park position. Upon exiting the vehicle and walking into the Post Office, the vehicle drifted forwards striking a traffic signpost. There was minor damage to both the vehicle and the signpost – in the 400 block of South Market St.
Unlock assist – in the 300 block of North St.
Fraud – South Market St.

May 11
Responded to what turned out to be a false alarm that had been accidentally set off – West Rambo St.
Assisted a disabled motorist – in the 26000 block of Danville-Amity Rd.

May 12
The K-9 unit conducted a sweep of a vehicle for the detection of illegal drugs/paraphernalia w/negative hit – the Village Square.
Wellbeing check of a citizen – in the 200 block of East Walnut St.

May 13
Gregory D. Parker age 18 of Danville was issued traffic citations for driving under suspension and for a muffler/exhaust violation.
Criminal damaging – in the 400 block of Glenmick St.
Investigated a possible elderly abuse case.
Road rage – Richards St.
A citizen reported their horse had broken loose from their buggy – South Market St.