Tuesday, January 26
2:45 a.m. – Traffic stop in the Taco Bell parking lot. The driver was found to be under suspension, but he said that he was unaware of the suspension. He was cited for driving under suspension and a licensed driver took control of the vehicle.
2:17 p.m. – While on patrol, an officer saw suspicious activity in the Walgreen parking lot. She went to investigate and saw a female subject at the passenger side of a vehicle trying to wake up a male subject. As she got closer, she heard the woman say “Great. The police are here now, stupid.” The woman said that the male subject had passed out and she was trying to awaken him. She didn’t know if he had taken any drugs. A squad was called and the officer checked to make sure he was breathing. The woman then said that he had taken two Xanax. She said that he needs Xanax for anxiety, but that his doctor won’t prescribe them for him because he has overdosed too many times. Troy Medics brought the man around and he said that he had taken two Xanax and one Percocet. The woman said that she was driving a friend’s vehicle. She was found to have no driver’s license. She rode to UVMC with the squad, and the man was charged with two counts of drug abuse.
5:53 p.m. – While stationary on I-75 near the 75 mile marker, he clocked a vehicle at 85 MPH. He initiated a traffic stop near the 76 mile marker. The driver said he had his cruise control set at 75. The officer did not see any indication on the dash that his cruise control was on. He was cited for speed.
Wednesday, January 27
1:49 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. at the I-75 ramp. The plates were expired and registered to another vehicle. The driver said that he purchased the vehicle in November. He was issued a warning for fictitious plates and was cited for expired registration.
7:21 a.m. – To W. Long St. for a report of a disturbance. A female juvenile refused to go to school. Her mother claimed that the girl pulled her hair and kicked her. Charges of domestic violence were filed against the girl and she was taken to school.
12:41 p.m. – An officer saw a gold S-10 enter the traffic circle without yielding to other traffic. Another driver sounded his horn and braked to avoid a collision. The S-10 was stopped on W. Franklin St. and Cherry St. The driver said that he had not been through the circle in a while and was unfamiliar with it. He was cited for failure to yield.
7:24 p.m. – To W. Market St. near Edgewater Dr. for a report of an accident. The officer arrived to find a vehicle with four flat tires, one of them broken from the vehicle. The vehicle was on the sidewalk. After investigating, the driver was found to be intoxicated and was incarcerated at the Miami County Jail.
10:45 p.m. - Richard L. Johnson seen walking on W. Main St. Richard had an active warrant out of Miami County. He was arrested on warrant and incarcerated at the incarceration facility.
Thursday, January 28
1:44 a.m. – Traffic stop on Troy Town Dr. The driver said she was aware that her headlight was out and that her license was suspended, but that she had driving privileges. She said that she was allowed to driver home, to work and to the doctor’s. The officer asked if she had privileges to go to Wal-Mart, and she said that she left work on her lunch break and went to cash a check and get gas. She was cited for driving under suspension and for having only one headlight. The officer removed the plates, at the request of BMV, and the vehicle was towed.
5:37 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle on Norwich Rd., ran the plate and found that the owner had a suspended license and an active warrant. The driver pulled into McDonald’s and parked. The officer parked beside the subject’s vehicle and called “Jordan” and the subject acknowledged him. He was advised of the warrant. Jordan called his girlfriend to pick up his keys, phone, cigarettes and vehicle and he was transported to the Miami County Jail. He was released without incident.
Friday, January 29
11:41 a.m. – A man came to the Police Station to report that he found a cell phone in the area of Mulberry and Lafayette Streets. He said the phone kept ringing and that a man named “Jake” was calling collect from the jail. The officer contacted the jail and found that there is only one inmate named Jake and that he denied making the calls. Checking the system, he found that the phone was “locked.” It was placed in the property room
1:40 p.m. – To Wal-Mart. An employee had found a baggie of marijuana in the restroom.
1:43 p.m. – To the Lock & Key Mini Storage on Foss Way for a report of storage units having been broken into. A total of 17 units were entered. The officer advised the property owner to have the renters contact him with a list of missing items from their units. One renter advised that a 32” flat screen TV, a microwave and tree necklaces were missing from her unit. Another reported a DVD player missing. Several other tenants called to report missing items. The incident is under investigation.
Saturday, January 30
6:30 a.m. – While westbound on W. Market St., an officer saw a vehicle approaching him at a high rate of speed. He clocked the vehicle at 49 MPH and accelerated to 53 MPH. He stopped the vehicle on Grant ST. near Plum St. The driver was agitated and frequently used profanity saying that he was going to quit his job because he was not going to work just to pay tickets. He said that this was the reason unemployment is so high. He was cited for speed, and he stated that he was not going to pay it. He was advised that his court date is mandatory since this was his 3rd violation in 12 months.
3:46 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Counts St. at E. Franklin St. The driver advised that his license was suspended and that he had driving privileges and was going to the grocery store. Since he was seen heading away from the store, the officer questioned it. He also learned that the driver lives on Tipp-Elizabeth Rd. The passengers maintained that they were going to Kroger, even though they were headed the wrong way. The officer was then told that they were headed back to the passenger’s home because he spilled coffee on his lap. The officer examined the driver’s privileges and learned that he was allowed to drive to the Kroger in Huber Heights, not Troy. He was cited for OVI and DUS. The passenger took control of the vehicle.
7:22 p.m. – To Michigan Ave. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that she has been receiving harassing messages from another woman. She said that the woman knows everything she does and that she is afraid of the woman. She asked that the woman be warned for phone harassment. The officer contacted the woman and advised her of the complaint and warned her. She said she understood.
8:29 p.m. – To Lake St. to assist the Fire Dept. Dispatch advised a fence behind the residence was on fire. The officer arrived and found a fence partially burned at the bottom, some burnt debris on the ground and a large rock with burn marks on it in the middle of the alley. The resident saw no one outside. The fire was determined to be out and the resident was advised that a report would be generated.
Sunday, January 31
5:23 a.m. – To the Marsh parking lot for a report of a suspicious vehicle. A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend had been driving past her house repeatedly. She said today he drove by her home three times in two hours and jogged past later. She was advised on the process to obtain a protection order. Attempts to reach the boyfriend were unsuccessful.
3:25 p.m. – To E. Main St. for a report of identity theft. A man reported that he tried to file his tax return and learned that someone else had already filed under his name. He had no idea who did it. He was given an identity theft packet.
5:26 p.m. – To E. Main St. for a report of phone harassment. A man was upset over a female texting him after being told not to do so. The female was again advised not to contact the RP and that charges were being filed against her.
8:00 p.m. – To Staunton Commons Dr. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that a male subject was harassing her via text messages. The officer saw a few of the messages and advised her to stop contacting him. He also advised that he would relay the same message to the male subject.
8:47 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. near Ridge Ave. The driver was clocked at 53 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. The female juvenile driver was cited for speed.
Monday, February 1
12:45 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Market St. at Archer Dr. The driver was cited for expires plates and issued a warning for a turn signal violation.
5:51 a.m. – To Summit Ave. for a report of a stolen vehicle. A woman reported that her Kia Sportage was stolen from in front of her home. She said that the vehicle was unlocked and running. She said that about 10 Vicodin tablets were in the vehicle. The vehicle was entered as stolen.