Monday, January 4
10:06 p.m. – To Woodhaven Ln. for a report of menacing. A woman reported that there were issues with her boyfriend. After investigation, she was informed not to make further contact with her boyfriend and to contact the courts about a protection order.
Wednesday, January 6
7:04 p.m. – To Michael Dr. for a report of a fight. No further details were provided.
Thursday, January 7
12:29 a.m. – To the Miami County Sheriff’s Office. The deputy was informed that a woman had located her son and was coming in to turn him in for his outstanding warrant. While enroute, the deputy was advised that it was becoming physical and the subject was trying to escape. Troy Police arrived to assist and detained the subject until the deputy arrived to take him into custody. The subject admitted to having three beers and a marijuana pipe in his bag. All items were seized as evidence. He was transported to West Central and incarcerated without incident.
9:23 a.m. – To Thornwood Court for a report of possible identity fraud. A man reported receiving letters from several cell phone companies and a jewelry store regarding his interest in their companies. He said he contacted each business and told them that he did not request any information. He said he has contacted the credit bureau and has frozen his bank accounts. At this time no money has been taken or credit cards opened. He requested a report to send to each company.
Friday, January 8
6:39 p.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 74 mile marker for a license plate light violation. The driver said that he did not have a valid license. He was patted down for weapons and placed in the cruiser. He was cited for driving under suspension and a plate light violation. He called for a ride and left the vehicle on the side of the road.
Saturday, January 9
1:21 p.m. – To Nashville Rd. for a report of a theft. A man reported that overnight the lock on his work van was compromised and several tools were taken. The deputy dusted for prints but none were located. The RP had already been in the vehicle to look around. There are no suspects.
Sunday, January 10
8:21 a.m. – To 2nd St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a male subject and two female subjects. The man said that a male suspect threatened him last night and physically shook him. One of the female subjects said that the suspect was her boyfriend, but that she broke up with him last night. She said the suspect took her vehicle without permission, and that this has been an ongoing issue for a week. She said she did not report it earlier because she did not want to get into trouble with her landlord. After further questioning, she said that she has been with him for 7 years and has allowed him to drive the vehicle before. She said that he has lived at her residence for a year. The male subject said that the suspect threatened him by telling him to watch out. He was advised that that does not qualify as a threat. The suspect soon arrived and denied all of the allegations. He left of his own free will and advised that he would return when things cooled down.