Wednesday, October 28
9:53 a.m. – Traffic stop on S. Mulberry St. at West St. The driver was advised that he was stopped because a check of his tags showed his license was suspended. The driver said that he had driving privileges to and from work. He said he was going to his ex-girlfriend’s house to get a book. He was advised that this trip is not work related. While speaking with him, the deputy noticed that his eyes were bloodshot and the deputy noticed a faint odor of marijuana. He said that he had no illegal substances in his possession, but was very nervous. A search of his vehicle yielded a multi-colored marijuana pipe containing burnt marijuana. Also found was a small bundle of a green leafy substance that looked and smelled like marijuana. The driver admitted ownership of the items. He was cited for driving under suspension, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The evidence was booked into the property room.
5:04 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Union St. The driver was cited for failure to reinstate. He had arrived at his destination and the vehicle was legally parked.
Thursday, October 29
8:18 a.m. – To the Miami County Safety Building for a report of an assault. An inmate spit blood on a corrections officer.
Friday, October 30
1:56 a.m. – To DeWeese Rd. for a report of a disturbance. After investigation, a woman was arrested and incarcerated for domestic violence.
9:43 a.m. – To N. Forest Hill Rd. for a report of menacing. A man reported that around 6:50 a.m., someone tried to hit him with a vehicle. He said he was running eastbound on Thomas Rd. when a westbound driver honked his horn and swerved in an attempt to strike him. He said the same vehicle has done this before. He has adjusted his running schedule to avoid the vehicle. There are no suspects.th
4:12 p.m. – To DeWeese Rd. A woman complained that someone trimmed trees at her property line and inadvertently split a tree on her property while trimming limbs hanging over onto an adjacent property. The tree was split near its base. While the deputy was there, the neighbor arrived on the scene and apologized for damaging the tree. He said he did not know he damaged it until he saw it from the roadway. The RP was upset that the neighbor did not give her advance notice that he would be trimming the trees. Both parties said that they would handle the matter themselves.
Saturday, October 31
2:01 p.m. – To St. Rt. 718 for a report of a domestic dispute. A male subject was trespassed from the property.
Sunday, November 1
1:33 a.m. – To Westwood Dr. for a third party report of a domestic disturbance. There was no physical violence, no primary aggressor and neither party wanted to make a complaint.
8:12 p.m. – Piqua Police reported a theft in their city and advised that the suspect was in a black Pontiac Grand Am and was last seen headed towardI-75. The vehicle was spotted at the 74 mile marker and a traffic stop was initiated. The vehicle continued on the ramp, turned onto W. Main St. and stopped in the Shell Gas Station lot. The female driver was cuffed and placed in the cruiser. She was found to be driving under suspension and had an active warrant from Montgomery County. She was cited for driving under suspension and the vehicle was released to the registered owner. Piqua Police arrived to take custody of the driver.
9:49 p.m. – To Redbud Dr. for a report of a disturbance. A man reported that he and his live-in girlfriend were arguing over his excessive drinking. He said he does drink a few every day but doesn’t consider himself an alcoholic. The girlfriend said that she is very upset with his drinking all the time. She said that when she saw all of the empty beer cans, she lost it and started an argument. There were no threats or acts of violence and both parties agreed to leave each other alone tonight.