Oberlin police reports: forced entry, DMX, disorderly conduct

• Jan. 30 at 6:11 p.m.: A woman reported her son being unruly to police after he did not return home when he was advised to. The case has been forwarded to the juvenile court.

• Jan. 31 at 11:41 a.m.: Oberlin College security contacted police regarding an attempted force entry into a dorm room on Union Street. A woman told officers when she came home she noticed the door’s lock was damaged and someone tried to enter the room but was unable to get inside.

• Jan. 31 at 2 p.m.: A man “looked distraught” and was sitting on the bushes on the cement circle at the intersection of Main and College streets. A report said police asked the man for his ID and he extended his arm with nothing in his hand. Officers had to use some force to put the man in the back of the cruiser and when transported to the station the man said he took two different types of cough medicine and was tired. He told officers one of the medicines was “DMX” and that he took 15 of them. A report said EMS transported the man to Oberlin Mercy Allen Hospital.

• Feb. 1 at 11:46 a.m.: A woman reported she has been receiving unwanted communication from another person. The woman told police she received a threatening text message. A report said officers made contact with the suspect advising them to not contact the woman anymore.

• Feb. 1 at 11:42 p.m.: Roger Perry, 27, of Oberlin, was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication. A report said Perry was behind Aladdin’s Eatery, intoxicated and causing a problem. A man told police he was taking out the trash when Perry allegedly used profanity and pushed the man three times in the chest. The victim said he hit Perry twice before closing the door, preventing him from entering the restaurant. Police said Perry appeared intoxicated because his speech was slurred and could smell alcohol coming from him.

• Feb. 2 at 1:55 a.m.: Police confiscated a small burnt suspected marijuana cigarette found by Oberlin College security.

• Feb. 6 at 9:17 a.m.: A woman filed an identity theft complaint. She received a letter from Key Bank thanking her for opening an account about which she knew nothing. A report said the bank’s corporate office advised her the account was not opened because it appeared suspicious.

• Feb. 8 at 2 p.m.: A leather wallet was reported lost or stolen. A woman told police she had the wallet the previous day at Ben Franklin’s.