Monday 11/28

1:32 p.m. – To Troy Jr. HS. A school employee had a 13-year-old female student in his office who had brought a marijuana pipe to school. The girl’s mother and grandmother responded to the school and were informed of what happened. The girl said she was holding it for a friend who attends another school. The pipe was submitted into property and the girl was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

4:25 p.m. – Traffic stop on Staunton at Ohio. The driver was cited for expired plates.

9:41 p.m. – Traffic stop on Dorset at McKaig. The vehicle was clocked at 50 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. The driver was cited.

11:42 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle pull out of the Shell station on W. Main St. The vehicle had no front plate, and the officer recognized the vehicle from an incident a month prior. In that incident, the driver was arrested for an outstanding warrant. He stopped the vehicle on W. Main St. at the I-75 overpass. The driver was aware that there was no front plate, but said that it was his girlfriend’s vehicle. He also said that he had no license. The officer learned that he was under 9 active suspensions and 6 failure to reinstate entries. The driver was cited for driving under suspension and display of plates. The owner responded to the scene and she was warned for wrongful entrustment.

Tuesday 11/29

12:33 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle run the red light on Market St. at Simpson St. without trying to slow or stop. He initiated a traffic stop, and the driver said that he did not want to stop suddenly due to the wet pavement and his “not-so-good tires.” He was cited for the red light violation.

12:38 a.m. – Traffic stop in the 100 block of King’s Chapel. The driver said he did not have a license. The passenger said the same thing. The driver was cited for no operator’s license and a license plate violation. The vehicle was parked and the two walked home.

3:03 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Market at Grant. The vehicle’s registration expired on 11/10/16. The driver said he thought he had until the end of the month to renew it. He was cited for expired plates.

9:51 a.m. – To Brookside Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that guns were taken from his home. He said that he is unaware of when they were taken, but it could have been as long as a year ago. He said that a woman lived at his home for about 3 years and that she is a known thief and drug user.

4:32 p.m. – Traffic stop on Adams St. The vehicle was clocked at 40 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The driver was cited.

8:29 p.m. – To Heather Rd. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported that two women were harassing him by phone calls and text messages. He wanted them warned. The officer contacted the two and warned them. They also wanted the RP warned for phone harassment. He was warned.

Wednesday 11/30

5:40 a.m. – Traffic stop on Weston at Fleet. The vehicle had expired registration and the driver said he was not aware of it because it is his girlfriend’s vehicle. He was cited for expired plates.

10:34 a.m. – To Fairview Ct. A woman said that she suspects her husband of hacking into her cell phone and her Ipad. She said that he has downloaded several apps to her phone, compromised her Icloud and activated a hot spot using her phone. She said that she suspects that he has been using her identity on her Microsoft account. She was advised that there was no evidence nor any way to access her devices. She was persistent that her complaint be investigated, but the officer told her that there was not enough information or evidence that anything has happened.

5:16 p.m. – A woman came to the Police Station to turn in a debit card that she found in front of her residence on Franklin St. The officer was able to get a work address for the owner, but learned that the owner would not be at work until 11:00 p.m. The card was released to a supervisor who said that she would give it to the owner.

Thursday 12/1

7:18 a.m. – To Stonyridge Ave. for a report of a juvenile refusing to go to school. The officer arrived to find the girl dressed for school but refusing to go. She gave several reasons for not going, including being nervous, being tired and not wanting to get up early. She was told that she was going to school and the officer transported her to school. Once there, she was refusing to go to her class. The principal contacted Juvenile Probation and they asked for her to be brought to juvenile court. She was given a one day suspension at school and was taken to Juvenile Court.

Friday 12/2

8:18 a.m. – To Troy High School for a report of an accident. A woman reported to school personnel that she saw a gold minivan strike a red SUV parked in front of the school. The minivan left, but she wrote down the license number. The owner of the minivan was contacted. She said that her daughter had the vehicle today and that she said that she had struck a vehicle while leaving the school. She said she had told her daughter that she couldn’t leave the scene and that she had to contact the school or police. The daughter said that after she struck the vehicle, she was scared and didn’t know what to do. She was advised the consequences of her actions. He got her insurance information to give to the owner of the SUV.

8:57 a.m. – Traffic stop in the 1800 block of W. Main St. The officer could detect a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. She said she had marijuana in the center console and gave it to the officer. He asked if there was more and she produced another bag with a small amount of marijuana in it. The officer searched the vehicle and found an open beer bottle. The driver said it was left there from over the weekend. He also found a marijuana grinder and a glass pipe in the center console and another pipe in a storage area. She said she had a couple of caps of Ecstasy in her purse. They were also given to the officer. The property was submitted to the property room. The passenger was released and the driver was taken to the station for processing, then taken to the Miami County Jail and charged with possession of drugs, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

9:34 p.m. – To W. Market St. for a report of a fraud. A woman reported that she opened a bank account with $100. She said that someone made two check deposits totaling $1000. She said a friend had brought her here and must have taken her account information. She said she doesn’t know the friend’s last name, address, phone number or any other identifying information. She said she had contacted the friend through Facebook. The officer asked to see the messages and she said they were on her other phone that doesn’t work anymore. The bank was skeptical that the woman was not involved in fraud. The woman has a lengthy record of felony drug abuse and theft.

12:30 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that a former employee and the employee’s boyfriend keep calling the business about money that is owed to the employee. She said she told the employee that she will get her check, but it takes 7-10 business days to process it. Both the employee and the boyfriend said that they want the money now. She said that a staff member told her that the boyfriend threatened to “bust some heads.” She said she wants them warned not to call back and wants them trespassed from the business. The employee was contacted and warned for phone harassment and informed that they were trespassed from the business. The employee hung up on the officer when he tried to get information on the boyfriend.

5:40 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Market St. near Arthur Rd. The driver had run the red light at Arthur Dr. and Dorset and was following another vehicle too closely. The driver said that he was not sure if the light was red and that he was trying to pass the other vehicle because it was going too slow. He was cited for the red light violation and warned for following too closely.

5:48 p.m. – To Ohio Ave. for a report of criminal damaging. A man reported that his vehicle had been repossessed earlier in the day and that the tow company had damaged it. The officer saw scratch marks on the bumper and a guard under the bumper was missing. There was also a large scratch down the middle of his driveway. He was advised that this is a civil issue, not criminal.

Saturday 12/3

2:23 a.m. – Traffic stop on Hobart Circle. The driver had a suspended license. The officer asked about her driving privileges, and found that she was driving outside of them. He detected the odor of an alcoholic beverages, administered field sobriety test and determined that she was not impaired. She was cited for driving under suspension and a turn signal violation. She was advised that she could not drive the vehicle and to call for a valid driver.

2:40 a.m. – To Branford Rd. for a report of a disturbance. An adult female was arrested for OVI and released to a sober driver.

9:29 a.m. – A man came to the Police Station to turn in a debit card that he found in the street near the Brewery this morning. Attempts to contact the owner were unsuccessful. The card was submitted into property.

1:02 p.m. – To the 1100 block of Long St. for the second time in three days for a report of a drug overdose. A 30-year-old woman had overdosed again and the RP was performing CPR. Medics arrived and began to treat the unresponsive woman. Narcan was administered and she woke up. The resident said he had just picked up the woman so she could retrieve some of her belongings. He said she immediately went into the bathroom, then into the bedroom and was found shortly afterward. The bedroom and bathroom were searched, but no evidence of drugs was found. The woman was transported to UVMC by Medics.

5:02 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle run the stop light at the north side of the square, nearly striking three pedestrians. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver said he knew he ran the light and almost hit the pedestrians. He expressed regret, but was still cited for the red light violation and warned about a broken taillight.

8:24 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle run the red light on Main at Walnut, nearly striking the officer’s vehicle. He initiated a traffic stop on Main at Plum. The driver said that she was not paying attention. She was cited.

9:00 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Ridge near Wayne. The vehicle was clocked at 40 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The driver said that he just got off work and was in a hurry to get home. He was cited for speed.

Sunday 12/4

12:03 a.m. – To Kent St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. An officer saw a water bong in plain sight in the residence. One individual was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

8:23 a.m. – A woman came to the Police Station with an unruly juvenile complaint. She said that her 16-year-old daughter had left the house without permission overnight and has not returned. She said the girl had been grounded and does not have her phone with her. She said that she received a message identifying a possible location of the girl. The officer went to the home and learned that the girl was there, but another individual had taken her home. The officer then went to the girl’s home and found that she had returned. She said that she had just been walking around all night. She was charged with unruly juvenile and curfew violation.