Monday, November 23
3:55 p.m. – To Peebles Rd. for a report of an abandoned motor vehicle. No further details were given.
Tuesday, November 24
12:07 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Route 41. The driver was cited for lanes of travel, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
8:58 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main at Cherry for expired registration. She stated that her license was suspended, but handed the deputy her driving privileges. The deputy learned that her suspension was lifted in July, but that she was now under another suspension. She was advised that her driving privileges were only for the first suspension. She was cited for driving under suspension and expired registration. She called for a valid driver to pick her up.
9:16 a.m. – A man came to the Sheriff’s Office to report a fraud. He said that for the past several months, a loan payment of $459.42 had been withdrawn from his bank account every two weeks. He said the source of the withdrawl is “Check N Go.” He said he has never taken a loan from that company. He provided his bank account information and a possible suspect who may have opened the loan. He said that he has contacted his bank and closed his account. The case is pending.
3:11 p.m. – To W. Monroe Concord Rd. for a report of fraud. A man reported that his Verizon account was charged $280 for an upgrade by an unknown person at a Target store in Louisiana. The transaction occurred on November 22, 2015. He said he contacted the store manager who said that he would be referring the matter to their fraud department. The deputy contacted the store to try to get a copy of surveillance video, but the proper individual was not in at the time. The deputy will be following up, and the case is pending.
Wednesday, November 25
11:44 a.m. – To Woodridge Dr. for a report of a fraud. A man reported that he received a call yesterday from an Educare Credit Card Services about transferring funds to a new credit card at a lower rate. He gave out his personal information but not his bank account number. He said he told them to call back later and he would have it. He then did some research and realize that it might be a scam. The company later called back and he told them that he was no longer interested. They told him that a credit card had already been opened in his name with Capital One. He said he called Capital One and they informed him that a credit card had been opened in his name but had not been used. He said that he asked them to close the card and they complied. He said he soon received a call from Educare Credit Card Services, and an individual identifying himself as a supervisor told him that he was being sent to collections for $590. He requested a report to send to credit bureaus.
1:01 p.m. – To the Miami County Fairgrounds. A woman reported that a male subject had moved some of her property without her permission. She was advised that this is a civil matter.
1:30 p.m. – To 4th St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. No further details were given.
Friday, November 27
3:14 p.m. – To Piqua-Troy Rd. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. A woman reported that the property owner passed away about a year ago and that she is the executor of the estate. She said that sometime over the last few weeks, she believes a set of tires were taken from the property. She did not report it then because she didn’t know what they were or when they may have been taken. She said she placed cameras on the property and said that there was a vehicle in the driveway yesterday. The deputy viewed the video which showed a male driver walking up to the front door, then back to the vehicle. She requested a report should there be any further problems.
6:59 p.m. – To Kessler-Frederick Rd. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that her cell phone had been stolen. She said that she noticed it missing about a week ago.
Saturday, November 28
11:09 p.m. – To Upper Valley Medical Center. A woman was using false information to obtain narcotics from the emergency room doctors. She admitted to doing so, and was incarcerated.
Sunday, November 29
1:56 a.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 76 mile marker. The drive was found to be driving under suspension. He was cited for that and for no plate light. He was released with the vehicle to a valid driver.
12:39 p.m. – Traffic stop on Foxdale Dr. at Lincolnshire Rd. The driver was informed that he was stopped for having expired registration, and he said that he had no driver’s license. He was cited for driving under suspension and given a warning for expired registration.
11:38 p.m. – A deputy tried to initiate a traffic stop on E. Route 41,but the suspect vehicle failed to stop and continued east into Clark County. The pursuit was ended. The vehicle was later chased by Clark county deputies and it crashed at I-75 and Benchwood Rd. in Montgomery County. The passenger was charged with robbery by Tipp City Police. The deputy will also charge the driver for failure to comply with the order of a police officer.