The Heath Police Department needs your help in identifying two suspects.
Authorities said these thieves are responsible for stealing credit cards from random victims at the Indian Mound Mall on October 13, 2015.
The victims worked at different stores inside the mall. One suspect distracted the victims while the other looked for purses, wallets and credit cards to steal from either behind the cash counter or in the employees break area.
An early morning accident in Heath resulted in two people being transported to the hospital by Life Flight.
Shortly before 5:00 a.m. Saturday morning, the Heath Police Department responded to an accident in the area of 1470 Thornwood Drive. Police say the vehicle involved was southbound on Thornwood when it veered left, exited the roadway and went through a yard before striking a tree.
The driver, 23-year-old Kyle Stotts of Hebron was transported from the scene by...
Two motorcycles and a car involved in an accident early Saturday.
The Heath Police Department reported that a car and two motorcycles collided at the intersection of S.R. 79 and Irving Wick Dr. E. The police department reports the call came in at 2:56 p.m. Saturday. One of the motorcyclists was seriously injured and was Air Lifted to the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus. Police are not releasing any further information at this time.
Shortly after 12:00 p.m. Saturday, the Heath Police Department responded to a car versus motorcycle injury accident.
The accident occurred near Mathew's Ford on Hopewell Drive. According to the Heath Police Department, 64-year-old Michael Kern of Butler, Ohio turned left from the access road for the Wendy's Restaurant. Kern made the turn in front of 39-year-old Apirantana Pornsopon of Granville. As a result of the collision, Pornsopon was ejected from his motorcycle. He was then...
Shortly before 1 p.m. Saturday Heath Police and Fire Departments responded to a single car injury accident near 1500 Blue Jay Road.
According to the Heath Police Department, it is possible that all three of the passengers were ejected from the vehicle. The two 25-year-old adults in the car were air lifted to the Ohio State University Hospital and the 8-year-old children was air lifted to Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus. The names of the injured persons are not being...
Last week we told you that Heath Police were searching for 24-year-old Jacob Rey.
Rey was the suspect involved in a purse snatching that occured Tuesday morning at Giant Eagle. Rey was arrested by the Reynoldsburg Police Department Tuesday after responding to a complaint at Walmart. Rey attempted to flee on foot but was apprehended, identified and detained for the Heath Police Department. He is currently incarcerated at the Licking County Justice Center.