Sunday, December 13

8:17 a.m. – To Seneca Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that a painting had been stolen from his home over the weekend.

Tuesday, December 15

11:44 p.m. – Traffic stop in the 1400 block of W. Main St. The driver was found to have a suspended license. Further questioning led to the confession of the driver and passenger to being heroin addicts. The passenger was in possession of a drug abuse instrument and was consuming alcohol in the vehicle. Both were charged and released at the scene. The alcohol was discarded at the scene and the drug abuse instrument was booked into evidence.

Wednesday, December 16

4:03 p.m. – To the Miami County Communications Center for a report of phone harassment. A male subject had called the center numerous times and threatened to harm the call taker and was making derogatory statements. The calls originated from a Shelby county address. Miami and Shelby county deputies responded to the address. The suspect was found to be a male juvenile with mental health issues. He had used a deactivated cell phone to make the calls. The juvenile was warned about his actions and was left under the supervision of his parents.

9:53 p.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 74 mile marker. The driver was cited for marked lanes, driving under suspension and consuming alcohol in a vehicle. The owner, who was also in the vehicle, was cited for wrongful entrustment.

Thursday, December 17

4:43 p.m. – To Job & Family Services. A needle was found on the floor after a client meeting.

8:00 p.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 72 mile marker. While speaking with the driver, the deputy could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The occupants were asked to step out and a probable cause search was conducted. A passenger confessed to having marijuana. The substance was minimal and disposed of at the scene. Another passenger was found to have an active warrant, and he was transported to the Shelby county line where he was turned over to a Shelby County deputy.

Friday, December 18

3:32 p.m. – To N. County Rd. 25A for a report of a runaway juvenile. A man reported that he was having problems with his 14-year-old daughter. He said that she was in trouble at school and was suspended. When she came home, he said he grounded her and took her phone. He said she got mad at him and asked, “Would you still love me if I ran away?” He advised that she soon left the residence. While speaking with the deputy, the man received a call from a friend who said that she was at The Rec. The deputy responded to The Rec and returned the girl to her home. He spoke with her about running away and being unruly. The man did not wish to press unruly charges. The daughter said that it won’t happen again.

3:35 p.m. – Traffic stop on Simpson St. at Walnut St. for an unsecure load. The drive was found to be under suspension. The driver, passengers and vehicle were released to a valid driver.

10:57 p.m. – To S. County Rd. 25A for a report of a suspicious person. The deputy located a white truck in back of the business. The vehicle was unoccupied and it appeared that someone tried to set it on fire. The matter is still under investigation.

Saturday, December 19

2:07 a.m. – A deputy saw a dark Cadillac on I-75 near the 74 mile marker traveling in excess of 100 MPH. A traffic stop was initiated and the driver was uncooperative. He was cited for speed, reckless operation, seatbelt violation and drug paraphernalia and ordered into court.

6:44 p.m. – To W. Monroe Concord Rd. for a report of a disturbance. A man reported that a woman, against whom he has a protection order, had sent him several text messages asking him to come outside. He said he went outside to tell her to leave the property. Before she left, he said she struck him in the face and grabbed him by his shirt. The deputy contacted the woman’s mother and informed her that the woman was trespassed from the property. She advised that she would inform her daughter.

Monday, December 21

8:17 a.m. – To Wilson Rd. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that there were several items of jewelry missing from her residence. There were no signs of forced entry or evidence of a burglary. She said that her adult children and a son’s girlfriend have access to the home. The deputy was to contact them at a later time.