Friday, January 15
8:20 a.m. – Traffic stop in front of Kyle School. The driver said he had no license and no insurance. He said that he was not a U.S. citizen. He said he had a passport, but it was at home. Another officer was dispatched to the driver’s home, and his wife could not find his passport. He was placed under arrest for no operator’s license and because the officer could not positively identify him. He was taken to Troy PD where he was fingerprinted and photographed. His wife then arrived with his passport. Municipal Court records showed that he was cited for no driver’s license, fictitious plates and an equipment violation in February, 2008. The man said he had been in troy for 11 years, and still has no license or state issued ID. The officer was contacted by immigration and asked for the driver’s fingerprints. Immigration checked and found there were no wants or warrants for him.
11:13 a.m. – While on patrol, an officer saw an Oldsmobile that had a flat tire and no plates parked in a driveway on Meadow Lane. He was unable to contact anyone at the residence. The property owner was called and notified of the violation and had until January 23 to have the vehicle licensed and operable or it would be towed. He explained that the vehicle would have to be in a fully enclosed structure if kept in its current state.
11:55 a.m. – While on patrol, an officer saw a silver Volkswagen with expired tags parked in front of a home on S. Mulberry St. The registered owner is from Trenton, Ohio. A neighbor advised that it belongs to a nearby resident. The officer attempted contact at that address without success. The vehicle was towed and a citation will be filed through municipal court.
2:56 p.m. – To Imperial Ct. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that pills were taken from her apartment.
4:19 p.m. – A woman reported that she has received numerous unwanted text messages from another woman. She said that the woman thinks she owes her money and keeps bothering her about it. The officer contacted the woman and advised her not to contact the RP. She said that the RP owes her money, and she was advised that it is a civil issue.
11:02 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a public indecency complaint. After speaking with the RP, it was found to be a case of disorderly conduct. One individual was spoken to about the nature of the complaint. No charges were filed.
Saturday, January 16
12:16 a.m. – To S. Crawford and E. Dakota for a report of an injury accident. A subject on a motorbike was struck by a pickup truck. The motorbike rider was transported to UVMC for treatment. The accident is under investigation.
2:18 p.m. – To S. Walnut St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A man and a woman were found to be arguing. After investigation, the male subject was arrested for domestic violence.
2:33 p.m. – While on patrol in the area of S. Ridge Ave. and W. Market St., an officer saw a Honda Civic with expired plates. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said it was her husband’s mistake for not renewing the registration. She was cited for expired plates.
5:26 p.m. – While on patrol in the area of E. Main St. and Union St., an officer saw a Buick westbound on Main St. with only one headlight and only one brake light. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver offered an ID card and said his license was suspended. He said that he wanted to go to a friend’s house. The officer found that he had recently been stopped for failure to reinstate. He was cited for that, for only one headlight and for only one tail light.
10:43 p.m. – To McKaig Ave. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend keeps texting her and she wants him to stop. She said that he is angry because they broke up and she is living with someone else. The officer called the ex-boyfriend and left a message. The RP gave the officer his address and the officer made contact with the ex and warned him for phone harassment.
Sunday, January 17
12:07 a.m. – To McKaig Ave. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported that another male subject keeps texting and threatening him. He said that the subject texted “come outside,” and threatened him with bodily harm. The male subject (the same one from 10:43 p.m.) was contacted at his home and was again warned for phone harassment.
12:23 a.m. – An officer saw two subjects with open containers of beer walking on S. Market ST. Summons were issued to the subjects.
3:33 a.m. – An officer saw a white vehicle speeding eastbound on the W. Main St. overpass. The vehicle was clocked at 72 MPH. A traffic stop was initiated, and the driver admitted to driving “well above the speed limit.” He was cited for speed.
3:39 a.m. – To N. Mulberry St. for a roommate dispute. One subject was arrested for assault, assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest. The subject also had an active warrant from Miami County.
9:33 a.m. – To S. Walnut St. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that someone took 69 Tramadol pain pills. She was asked how she knew the exact number, and she replied that she counts the pills and hides them so no one can steal them. She said that DP&L had hired contractors to work on the complex and that they had been inside her apartment.
6:45 p.m. – To E. Canal St. for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone took 60 Xanex pills from his dresser in his bedroom. He said that multiple people were in and out of his residence yesterday and he didn’t want to point fingers.
Monday, January 18
2:29 a.m. – Running a routine registration check, an officer saw that the vehicle’s plates were expired and BMV wanted the plates confiscated. He stopped the vehicle and found that the driver’s license had two open suspensions. She was cited for driving under suspension and expired tags. The plates were confiscated and the vehicle was towed. The driver received a ride from a friend.
3:11 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. near Troy Town Dr. The driver was found to be under suspension, but he said he was unaware of the suspension. He was cited for driving under suspension and issued a warning for brake lights.
5:51 a.m. – An officer saw a gray Honda Civic traveling west on W. Main St. at a high rate of speed. He clocked the Civic at 52 MPH. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said he was aware that he was speeding and said he was running late for work. He was cited for speed.
6:00 a.m. – To Troy Towne Dr. for a report of a disturbance. One subject was arrested for assault, menacing, possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse.
7:22 a.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of breaking and entering. Employees arrived to find the business had been broken into over the weekend. The office was ransacked and money was taken. The scene was processed for evidence. The perpetrator was identified and arrested.
8:02 a.m. – An officer saw a Chevy Suburban parked on E. Canal St. just east of S. Market St. with expired plates. The plates were registered to a Pontiac. The Suburban still had a ticket on it from January 15 for parking more than 12” from the curb. Attempts to reach the registered owner of the vehicle and the owner of the plates were unsuccessful. The vehicle was towed and citations are pending. The case is suspended until someone comes in to claim the vehicle.
10:48 a.m. – To Rutherford Dr. at the Miami Shores Golf Course front gate for a report of a found item. A man reported finding a bicycle leaning against the gate. The bike was checked to see if it was stolen, and there was no report. It’s a Next Lajolla purple 26” girls bike, hand painted with red paint all over, even on the tires. It was tagged for pickup.
3:18 p.m. – To S. Cherry St. for a report of vandalism. A woman reported that her vehicle had a dent in a rear fender. She did not know how the dent got there or who put it there. She asked that the incident be documented.
3:23 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a theft. A female employee reported that a female subject came into the store and shoplifted a bottle of Mountain Dew. Video surveillance showed the woman concealing the bottle in her jacket pocket. The video was very pixelated and the officer could not make out her face. The employee provided the license number of her vehicle, but the plate was unregistered. She was advised to call back if the woman returns.
11:56 p.m. – An officer saw a Volkwagen Jetta northbound on Stanfield Rd. near W. Stanfield at a high rate of speed. He clocked the vehicle at 50 MPH, and it accelerated to 54 MPH. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said that he was late for work. He was cited for speed.
Tuesday, January 19
2:11 p.m. – To S. Plum St. for a report of a found item. A bicycle was found on the property inside a brick wall. The officer checked and no bicycle matching the one found was reported missing. It was secured and tagged to be picked up. The bicycle is a silver and black BMX style.
2:14 p.m. – To Sherman Ave. for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone used his bank card number to withdraw money from his account.
2:15 p.m. – To S. Mulberry St. for a menacing complaint. Involved parties were warned not to trespass at the RP’s residence or to call the RP.
2:16 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. at the southbound I-75 ramp. The driver was cited for expired tags and released.
7:47 p.m. – To Greenfield Dr. for a report of a disturbance. A male and a female were arrested and charged with domestic violence.
8:41 p.m. – An officer observed a vehicle southbound on Adams St. that appeared to be exceeding the 25 MPH speed limit. After the vehicle passed him, it was picking up speed. He clocked it at 41 MPH and initiated a traffic stop at W. Main and Elm St. The driver was charged with speed.
Wednesday, January 20
12:21 a.m. – To E. Franklin St. to assist a squad. Dispatch advised that a 70-year-old male possibly had a heart attack. The officer arrived to find a man doing CPR on the victim in his bed. He had the man assist him in moving the victim to the floor for stability and chest compressions were continued. The victim’s eyes had rolled back into his head, and he was unresponsive and not breathing. The officer could not locate a pulse. About a minute later, the victim began to gasp. Troy Medics soon arrived and continued chest compressions, administered oxygen and transported the victim to UVMC.
5:08 a.m. – While traveling westbound on Staunton Rd., an officer saw a Honda Accord traveling eastbound at a high rate of speed. It was clocked at 50 MPH. A traffic stop was initiated, and the driver had neither a license nor insurance. He was cited for speed.
8:05 a.m. – To Comfort Inn for a report of an unwanted guest. The manager reported that a man who appeared to be intoxicated was not leaving the hotel when asked to do so. The deputy asked the man where he was supposed to be and he said that he was waiting for friends to finish eating, and that they would then leave. He was advised that he had already been told to leave, and that if he didn’t, he would be leaving with the officer. The man then walked past the officer and was asked for his ID. He continued out the door. He was again told to stop but did not comply. The officer physically restrained him and cuffed him. The man began yelling that the officer had to let him go. He was advised that he was under arrest for criminal trespassing, and the man replied that he was not under arrest. He was checked for weapons and placed in the patrol car. He continued to yell and make comments that he was arrested for being black. Other units arrived and interviewed the hotel staff and collected statements. The man continued to yell and argue. He emitted a faint odor of an alcoholic beverage. While enroute to the Miami County Jail, the man continued yelling that he didn’t have to leave because the hotel was public property. He was advised that it is private property. He also continued to argue that this was all because he was black and that his people had been oppressed for 300 years by racists like the officer. He was also argumentative and uncooperative with the jail staff. A jail Sergeant advised the officer that the man had intentionally smashed food on the floor of the elevator and that he should also be charged with criminal mischief. He was charged with that and with criminal trespass.
4:26 p.m. – A woman came to the Police Station to report that she had lost a ring in the city parking lot next to the station. She said she lost it while unloading boxes on January 13, but did not notice it missing until today. She described the ring as having a yellow gold band, 13 white diamonds and a turquoise diamond in the middle. She showed an appraisal with a value of $3500. She was advised that the detective section would check with local pawn shops to see if anyone brings it in.
Thursday, January 21
1:43 a.m. – To Westhaven Dr. for a report of a disturbance. An 11-year-old boy reported that his step-mother was assaulting her father by slapping him and slamming his head into the wall. Upon arrival, the officer could hear shouting coming from the residence. He knocked on the door but got no response. A short time later, a man opened the door and the officer saw several small children and a white female. The officer tried to talk to the man, but the woman kept interrupting. He then took the man into a separate part of the residence and another officer asked the woman to put the children back to bed and she complied. The man reported that he was involved in a verbal argument with the woman which escalated when she wanted to drive while intoxicated. He said that she cornered him in the laundry room and struck him in the back of the head with an unknown object. He had blood on the back of his head extending to his neck, but refused medical attention. The woman stated that the man’s 11-year-old child started the incident. She blamed the man’s head injury on his ex-wife. The officer verified that the ex-wife had not been at the residence, and she then said she didn’t know how he was injured. Based on his injury and his statement, the woman was placed under arrest. She would not comply with the officer’s requests and argued that she could not be arrested for something that she didn’t do. She was again ordered to face away and place her hands behind her head. She was then forcibly cuffed but kept trying to pull away. She was finally cuffed and announced that she had defecated in her pants. She asked if the officer was proud of himself. She was transported to the Miami County Jail where she was charged with domestic violence.
1:47 p.m. – To S. Walnut St. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that she has received multiple texts from the father of one of her children. She said that they are no longer together, and that he is upset that she is seeing someone else. She asked that he be warned not to contact her again. The officer called the man and asked him about the calls. He said that the woman is trying to keep his child away from him and taunting him about finding a new father for the child. The officer advised that he had read the texts and that the man was not being honest with him. The texts from him said that he was no longer needed and that he was moving to Florida. He was advised that if he continued to contact her, he could be charged. The man then said that he had to get back to work and quickly hung up.
6:19 p.m. – To UDF for a report of a theft. Employees had identified a male suspect who took items from the store and fled the scene. Charges were filed.
7:31 p.m. – To Maplecrest Dr. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that her daughter’s boyfriend has been calling her all day, screaming and cursing at her. She played some of the messages and the officer could hear the boyfriend screaming profanities. She said she wanted him warned for phone harassment. Greenville PD was contacted, and they responded to the boyfriend’s home and warned him not to have any more communications with the girl.
Friday, January 22
6:13 a.m. – While stopped at a red light on W. Main St. at I-75, the officer saw a vehicle exiting from the interstate and ran the red light at Main St. A traffic stop was initiated. The driver said he ran the red light because he was already committed. He was cited for the violation and given a court date.
9:16 a.m. – To the 2800 block of Piqua Troy Rd. A woman reported that a vehicle had passed a school bus while the red lights were flashing. Officers were attempting to locate the vehicle.
11:22 a.m. – To Clopay for a report of an accident. A truck driver was turning in the parking lot, turned too sharp and ran over a large boulder. The trailer sustained damage to the first set of rear tires. The driver advised that the trailer did not appear to be safe to travel in its condition.
2:18 p.m. – To the Shell station for a report of theft. An employee was arrested for the theft of a wallet.
3:25 p.m. – An officer was following a gray Chevy pickup that showed a 9/15 validation sticker. He ran the plate and it was expired. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said that his wife takes care of getting the stickers and that she must have forgotten. He was cited and released.
5:57 p.m. – To Short St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, the incident was found to be a criminal damaging complaint. The incident is still under investigation.
Saturday, January 23
12:06 a.m. – An officer saw a silver Pontiac Bonneville with no headlights northbound on Experiment Farm Rd. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver had a temporary license, and the passenger was a 19-year-old female with a valid license. The driver was given a warning for the headlights and cited for a license violation. He was advised that he could only drive with a valid driver over 21 years of age.
12:53 a.m. – To S. Clay St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. There was a physical altercation between a man and a woman. The man was arrested and charged with domestic violence and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.
2:28 a.m. – To the Brewery. A highly intoxicated man reported that he was kicked out of the Brewery by security. He was provided a statement form and told to return it when he was sober if he still wanted to file a report. He never returned the statement or had any further contact with the officer.
4:06 a.m. – While patrolling on W. Main St., an officer witnessed a theft in progress. The driver of a Chevy Malibu fled the scene and a chase ensued. Four black males fled from the vehicle in the Towne Park Apartments. The Chevy was found to be stolen in Moraine the previous evening. The stolen property was still in the vehicle. With efforts from multiple agencies in Miami and Montgomery counties, two juvenile suspects from Dayton have been arrested. Charges are still being determined.
6:14 a.m. – To McKaig Ave. for a report of a stolen vehicle. A woman reported that she left her vehicle running, and when she came back to it, the vehicle was gone. It was located on I-75 by Tipp City officers. The vehicle fled and was later crashed in Dayton and two suspects were arrested.
1:26 p.m. – To E. West ST. for a report of damage to a vehicle. A man reported that he was northbound on S. Market St. approaching the railroad crossing. He said that the crossing gates were going up and down and that cars were going around the gates. He said that when the gate was up, he began to cross, but the gate came down on his vehicle cracking the windshield. He said he called CSX and they requested a police report. The officer returned to the crossing gate to look for damage to the gate and found that CSX crews were on scene checking the gates.
4:16 p.m. – Traffic stop on N. Market St. at US Bank. The driver was arrested for OVI.
4:39 p.m. – To W. Market St. for a report of a theft. An employee had stolen over $2000 in lottery tickets. The suspect was arrested and charged with theft.
4:40 p.m. – To W. Main St. at the BP station for a report of a crash. Two vehicles were involved.
6:33 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a theft. Store employees had detained a juvenile female for stealing pants. The juvenile was informed that she would receive a court summons and was released to her father.
8:17 p.m. – To Brookfield Ln. for a report of a burglary. A man reported that someone broke into his home and stole 10 handguns and 5 long guns. A list of the stolen guns and their serial numbers was provided.
8:58 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of phone harassment. Store employees reported that a man identifying himself as “Greg” has been calling in regards to doing interviews for promotions. The phone number on caller ID had too many digits, leading the officer to believe that he had a fake caller ID app on his phone. Employees reported that the man commented on how the employees looked and that they were cute. The employees were advised to get as much info on the caller as possible if he called back, and that extra patrols would be requested.
10:13 p.m. – To McKaig Ave. a male juvenile was reported missing from his home. He was entered into the system as missing and a county-wide BOLO was issued.
Sunday, January 24
5:13 a.m. – To Hawk Circle for a report of an assault. Investigation showed that a burglary and an assault had occurred. Two subjects were arrested.
9:43 a.m. – While on patrol on Floral Ave. an officer saw a blue Oldsmobile with expired plates parked in the driveway. On November 5, the officer had that vehicle towed for being parked on the street with expired plates. Apparently the owner picked it up at the tow lot and brought it back and parked it in the driveway. There was also a Dodge truck parked next to the Oldsmobile with only a front license. The plate came back to that truck and was registered to a resident of that address. The officer also saw a blue GMC Sierra parked on the street with the Dodge’s rear plate on it. The officer ran the VIN of the Sierra, and it came back to a Centerville resident. The officer knocked on the door several times, but no one answered. He called for the next available tow, and the tow truck soon arrived. The owner then came out of the house and stated that the Sierra was his. He was advised that it was being towed for fictitious plates. The owner said that the plates were not fictitious because he had just bought it and he had 30 days to use the plates on the Sierra because he had sold the Dodge. He was advised that the ram was still in his driveway and in his name and still had the front plate on it. The owner said he couldn’t help it if the buyer had not transferred the title yet. He was asked for paperwork showing that he had sold the Dodge, but he had none. He was asked for paperwork on the Sierra and produced a title that was not signed over to him. The owner sat on the bumper and said that the officer was not towing the Sierra because he did not agree with the city ordinance. He was advised not to interfere with the tow driver or he would be arrested. He got off of the Sierra and was able to retrieve some personal items from it. The Sierra was towed and the owner was advised that he could retrieve it when he showed proper ownership papers. The owner said that he was calling his attorney and suing the city. The officer also placed a green tag on the Oldmobile. When asked why he did not renew the plates after having it towed last November, he said that he did not agree with the city’s ordinances. He was given until January 31 to have it in compliance or it would be towed. The owner also had another vehicle on jacks and partially under an awning at the end of his driveway. He advised that it is a race car. He was advised that the vehicle would have to be licensed or in an enclosed structure.
10:55 a.m. – While on patrol, an officer saw a blue Jeep Cherokee with expired plates parked in the 700 block of E. Canal St. The front driver’s side tire was flat. The vehicle was towed. The Cherokee was registered to a S. Mulberry St. resident. The officer filled out a citation for expired plates and asked the court to summons by mail.
4:21 p.m. – While running speed enforcement on I-75 near the 75 mile marker, an officer observed a grey Mazda traveling at 84 MPH. He initiated a traffic stop, and the driver said that she was just cruising along not paying attention on her way back to college. She said she had the cruise control set. She was cited for speed.
8:23 p.m. – Traffic stop on Archer Dr. at Brukner Dr. The vehicle’s registration had expired on 12-9-15. The driver said he was stopped in December for the same violation and thought that his mother had taken care of the registration since it was her vehicle. He was cited for expired registration.
8:36 p.m. – To Red Cedar Dr. for a report of a found item. A woman reported finding a wallet near her home. The owner was located and the wallet returned.
9:20 p.m. – To E. Main St. for a report of an overdose. The female subject was resuscitated with Naloxone and transported to UVMC. She said she only took three Xanax pills. Other pills were found in the residence and were taken into evidence.