Wednesday, January 27

8:02 a.m. – To Piqua Troy Rd. for a report of a missing juvenile. The juvenile was located and incarcerated in the Miami County Juvenile Detention center.

3:47 p.m. – To Premwood Dr. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. A woman reported that as her daughter walked home from the school bus stop, a vehicle turned off of Peters Rd. and was following her. Her daughter reported that two older teenage boys were in a tan truck with a white camper top. She said the driver asked her where she lived. She said she ignored him and kept walking. After a minute or two, the truck went to the end of the road, turned around and left at a high rate of speed. She was unable to get a better description or a license number. Neither the woman nor the daughter had seen the truck in the area before. The woman said she would alert other parents in the area to keep an eye out for the truck. The deputy requested extra patrols for the area.

Thursday, January 28

2:53 p.m. – To State Rt. 718 for a report of identity fraud. A woman reported that she was informed that someone had stolen her identity. The deputy called the company that had informed the woman of the fraud, and her social security differed from the RP’s by one digit. The deputy determined that it probably was a mistake on someone’s part in entering information. The RP was given an identity theft packet and advised to contact the credit bureaus.

Friday, January 29

4:44 a.m. – To the Miami County Safety Building. A female jail inmate tried to hang herself with her blanket in second floor visitation. Several Correction Officers were able to stop her. The inmate was put on suicide watch.

4:10 p.m. – While getting his cruiser washed at Splish Splash, and employee gave the deputy a registration sticker and advised that it came off of a vehicle that had recently left. The deputy ran the registration, made contact with the owner and returned the sticker.

5:49 p.m. – To Redbud Dr. for a report of a fraud. A woman reported that someone has been using her Visa debit card without her permission. She said her card was used 20 times since December 21 for purchases totaling over $2500. She provided her statement identifying the fraudulent charges. The investigation is pending.

Saturday, January 30

11:06 p.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 73 mile marker. After investigating, the driver was incarcerated on felony drug charges and an out-of-county warrant. She was also cited for failure to signal a lane change and charged with permitting drug abuse.

Sunday, January 31

11:23 p.m. – Traffic stop on Smith St. just off of S. Market St. The vehicle had expired registration and the registered owner had an outstanding warrant. The driver was arrested on the warrant and further charges are pending.