Monday, November 9

11:30 a.m. – To Lefevre Rd. for a report of a disturbance. A male subject was cited for menacing.

Tuesday, November 10

6:31 p.m. – To Monroe Concord Rd. for a report of a disturbance. While enroute, the deputy was advised that a male subject was banging on the doors and the female victim had told him to leave several times. The male subject had left the scene before the deputy arrived. The victim reported that she used to date the subject, but ended the relationship in March. She said he just keeps showing up when he’s not invited. She said that she is afraid of him. The deputy contacted the male subject and informed him of the complaint. He was advised not to return and was warned for criminal trespass.

Wednesday, November 11

11:22 a.m. – To the 1800 block of S. County Rd. 25A. A woman reported that she has lived at this location for about a year. She said that a male friend has allowed her and her children to live there. She said that when she tried to enter the residence, her key was broken and she wanted to get into the residence. The male friend soon arrived and stated that the woman was not welcome on his property. He was advised that since she had established residence at that location, she is allowed on the property until evicted by the courts. Both were advised to be civil to each other. Deputies were again called 30 minutes later for a report of a disturbance. After speaking with all parties, present, an arrest for domestic violence was made.

Thursday, November 12

10:54 a.m. – To W. State Rt. 41. A woman reported that her TV was stolen from her residence.

Friday, November 13

5:44 p.m. – To Upper Valley Medical Center for a report of a possible fake ID presented for a prescription. The ID was a South Carolina driver’s license and it proved to be valid, however the subject presenting the ID had an outstanding warrant from Sidney for Contempt of Court. The subject was taken into custody and transported to a gas station on North 25A to meet a Sidney PD officer who took the subject into custody.

9:55 p.m. – While southbound on County Rd. 25A, a deputy followed a motorized scooter with no registration and no tail light. A traffic stop was initiated near the fairgrounds. The driver did not have a valid license, nor was the scooter registered in his name. He was cited for no license and failure to file registration.

Sunday, November 15

2:02 p.m. – Traffic stop on Washington-Concord Rd. at Stillwell Rd. The driver admitted to have a suspended license. She said she needed to pick up her son and had no one to drive. She contacted a licensed driver to take possession of the vehicle.