Friday, February 12

6:09 p.m. – An officer clocked a vehicle at 42 MPH on S. Ridge Ave. He stopped the vehicle at Ridge and Wayne St. The driver said she was not paying attention to her speed. She was cited for speed (42/25).

9:12 p.m. – An officer clocked a vehicle at 40 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. He initiated a traffic stop on McKaig near Davis Dr. The driver said he was aware of the speed limit and was headed home from work. He was cited for speed.

10:54 p.m. – A man came to the Police Station to turn over a wallet he found in Taco Bell’s lot. He said he did not look at what was in it. An officer tried to call the owner but could only leave a message that it was available for pickup. It was placed in a property locker.

Saturday, February 13

1:18 a.m. – An officer saw a man urinating in a parking lot on W. Franklin St. He was charged with disorderly conduct.

10:41 a.m. – Traffic stop on S. Stanfield Rd. The driver had no license. He was cited for that and the vehicle was picked up by a valid driver.

12:37 p.m. – To Cameo Circle for a report of criminal damaging. A woman reported finding her driver’s door handle lying beside the vehicle. She said she last drove it around 5:00 the previous evening. There are no suspects. She requested a report for insurance purposes.

2:09 p.m. – An officer saw a camper parked in the lawn on Vincent Ave. and a vehicle with no plates. He advised the property owner of the violations. He said that the vehicle belonged to a friend who was in a nursing home and was signing the vehicle over to his daughter. He said that he was going to be out of town for 10 days and would see if his wife could take care of it. He was advised to call if he had a legitimate hardship in complying with the ordinance.

7:57 p.m. – To Stonyridge Ave. for a report of a disturbance in which a window was broken. The parties were separated and had different stories on how the window was broken.

Sunday, February 14

1:08 a.m. – A vehicle involved in a pursuit from West Milton crashed in the front yard of a residence on Franklin St. The driver was cited for driving under suspension, failure to control and a stop sign violation.

9:59 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle on E. Franklin St. that was in the driveway and covered with a tarp. The officer had warned the owner twice about this vehicle. On October 1, he saw the vehicle with an expired 30-day tag in the back window. He warned the owner to correct the violation. On October 8, the vehicle was gone. On November 1, the officer again saw the same vehicle in the driveway in the same condition with no registration. He again warned the owner to correct the violations. On November 2, the vehicle was gone. He talked to the owner’s mother and again advised him to correct the violations. He cited the owner for a junk vehicle violation.

10:13 a.m. – To S. Clay St. A woman asked that the officer run the VIN of a vehicle that her father gave her to make sure it wasn’t stolen. It had no plates and two flat tires. The vehicle had not been entered as stolen. She showed the title and said that the previous owner was incarcerated in Kentucky and the vehicle was being given to her. She was advised of the junk vehicle ordinance and advised that she had to inflate the tires and have it properly licensed within 7 days.

11:23 a.m. – While traveling northbound on Market St. from the square, the officer signaled a lane change. Another vehicle then turned in front of him and he had to brake to avoid hitting it. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver said she thought he was turning left. She was cited for failure to yield when turning left.

12:49 p.m. – A woman came to the Police Station to turn in a jacket that she found on the sidewalk in front of her home. It was a Pacific Sport coat. In the pockets were a set of keys with a YMCA barcode, a receipt and 4¢. The jacket was placed in a property locker.

1:16 p.m. – An officer saw an unlicensed camper parked in a lawn on W. Dakota St. The owner showed the camper’s plate but it was expired. She was advised that she had 7 days to license the camper and move it from her yard, move it out of the City or store it in an enclosed structure.

1:33 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle with a flat front tire and no license plates in a driveway on Southview Dr. The owner was contacted and advised of the junk vehicle ordinance and advised that the issues had to be resolved within 7 days. He said that he had planned on scrapping the vehicle and would have it done within 7 days.

1:45 p.m. – An officer saw a boat trailer behind a garage on W. Dakota St. The trailer was not licensed. The officer tried to contact the owner but got a voicemail that had not been set up. He placed a green sticker on the trailer and a copy of the junk vehicle ordinance. He then went to the home of the registered owner, and the owner said that the trailer did not belong to him. He said that a co-worker asked if he could title the trailer in his name for some unknown reason. He was advised that he was the legal owner and was responsible and that the issues needed to be resolved within 7 days.

4:40 p.m. – To Worthington Dr. for a report of a fraud. A woman reported that she has been having issues with identity fraud for about two years. She said that it started with false tax returns. She said she works for the Federal Government and was a victim of a security breach that occurred last year. She said that someone tried to open a Paypal account and two credit cards in her name. She said that the government monitoring department requested a police report.

Monday, February 15

5:14 p.m. – To Vincent Ave. for a report of a domestic disturbance. The female half was charged with domestic violence and the male half was charged with criminal damaging.

Tuesday, February 16

10:15 a.m. – To the Troy-Miami County Public Library for a report of a found item. A library employee reported that a bicycle had been at the library since September, 2015. The bicycle was locked and the cable had to be cut. The bicycle had not been reported lost or stolen. It was submitted into property.

3:27 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a theft. A store employee reported that two suspects had stolen property and left in a black Honda. The employee stated that two black males appeared to have stuffed merchandise into their clothing and exited the store. There were several price tags that apparently were removed from the merchandise. The Honda was registered to a Cincinnati resident, so OSP was notified.

4:08 p.m. – To E. Canal St. for a report of a disturbance. Dispatch advised that a male and female had been fighting and broke the front door window. Officers arrived to find the front door window broken. A woman stated that she and her boyfriend had not been fighting. She said that she closed the door too hard and it broke. The woman was found to have an outstanding warrant and was arrested on the warrant.

6:42 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a hit-skip accident. The vehicle left the scene. It ended up at UVMC after striking several other items and vehicles on the way. Both occupants were injured. The driver was cited for failure to maintain control and driving under suspension.

Wednesday, February 17

1:07 a.m. – Traffic stop on the Market St. bridge. The driver was cited for driving under suspension, no seat belt and display of registration.

5:13 a.m. – An officer ran the registration on a vehicle he was following and found that it had been stopped in November, 2015 and the driver was cited for no operator’s license. He stopped the vehicle on the I-75 ramp from W. Market St. The driver had no license. The driver was cited for no operator’s license and transfer of registration. The passenger was a licensed driver, so the officer had them switch seats and they were released.

3:24 p.m. – To Canal St. and Walnut St. for a report of an unresponsive man in a vehicle. He was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for Physical Control of a Motor Vehicle.

5:30 p.m. – To Crescent Dr. for a report of a disturbance. When the officer arrived, he could se a woman using her body and arms to keep a male from getting around her. The man was using his body to squeeze around her. When they saw the officer, they stopped what they were doing. Investigation showed that the man, who had established residency, came to get his items from the apartment and then leave. The woman did not want him in the apartment and was being very loud and argumentative. Two officers stood by while the man removed some of his property from the apartment and left.

9:04 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a disturbance. The store manager reported that a woman was abusive at the drive-thru window. She said the woman was not happy with her and began to curse and yell at her. She said the woman also threw an empty juice box at the window. She wanted the woman trespassed from the business. The woman denied throwing anything and said that the manager was a liar. The woman was asked to leave the business and not return. On her way out, she cursed at another officer outside. She was also charged with disorderly conduct.

Thursday, February 18

2:24 a.m. – Traffic stop on Piqua Troy Rd. at the city limits. The driver was aware her plates were expired and had no proof of insurance. She was cited for expired plates.

6:05 a.m. – While in the Budget Inn lot, an officer saw a vehicle he recognized from a previous traffic stop. The vehicle turned right onto Archer Dr. without signaling, then pulled into Waffle House without signaling. As soon as the driver pulled into Waffle House, the officer activated his overhead lights. The driver parked his vehicle and started walking into the Waffle House. The officer called to him and explained the violations. The driver was found to have four non-compliance suspensions, a license forfeiture suspension and 10 failure to reinstate entries. He was cited for driving under suspension and was advised to call for a licensed driver to retrieve the vehicle.

Friday, February 19

8:10 a.m. – While on patrol, an officer saw a vehicle parked behind a garage on S. Clay St. The vehicle had expired tags. He tried to contact the resident, but no one answered the door. He placed a green sticker on the vehicle giving the owner until Feb. 26 to correct the issues or the vehicle would be towed.

8:58 a.m. – To Sheridan Ct. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that items were stolen from her vehicle. There are no suspects.

8:58 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle parked in a lot on S. Clay St. with expired tags. The owner said that he was trying to sell the vehicle. The officer explained the ordinance to the owner and gave him until Feb. 26 to correct the issue.

12:34 p.m. – Traffic stop on Adams St. at Troy Jr. High School. The vehicle was driving in the bike lane. The driver said he thought it was for cars and bicycles. He was cited for failure to obey traffic control devices.

2:44 p.m. – To Clopay for a report of a possible hit-skip. A woman reported that while she was at work, her side mirror was broken off. There was no paint or scratches on the mirror. She was advised that someone probably broke it off with their body or some soft object. A criminal damaging complaint was taken. There are no suspects.

4:09 p.m. – Traffic stop at the N. Market St. ball fields. The driver had run a red light at Canal St. and Market St. The driver said she was behind a vehicle and thought they were going to turn left. When they didn’t, she still went through the intersection. She was cited.

4:13 p.m. – To S. Union St. for a report of a theft. A man reported that there were two charges to his wife’s credit card that were not authorized. He said he contacted the issuing company and they reported that the card was used at a Walmart in Massillon, Ohio. The officer called the store to see if he could get still photos from surveillance video emailed to him. The manager said that the officer would have to come to the store to get the video and hung up the phone. A few minutes later, a man from the store’s Loss Prevention department called the officer and explained that store policy prohibits emailing any information. He advised that both transactions were for minor items and a $100 gift card. Apparently the woman’s card number was captured by a skimming device and the suspects are probably not local to either Troy or Massillon.

7:07 p.m. – Traffic stop on E. Main at Clay St. The driver had run the red light at E. Main and Mulberry. The driver said she had to use the restroom and was in a hurry to get home. She was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device.

8:14 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of found property. A man reported that a bike was on the property and had been there for two days. The bike had not been listed as lost or stolen. It was submitted into property.

9:19 p.m. – Traffic stop on N. Dorset at Main St. The vehicle was clocked at 56 MPH. The driver said he wasn’t aware of his speed. He was cited for speed and issued a warning for a non-operational headlight.

10:22 p.m. – To Taco Bell for a report of an intoxicated driver in the drive-thru. The driver was arrested for OVI, failure to signal and possession of controlled substances. He was released to his wife.

Saturday, February 20

8:59 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle parked behind a residence on Ash St. with expired registration. He tried to contact the resident but she was not home. Further attempts to contact the resident and the owner will be made.

10:15 a.m. – To Trade Sq. W. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported that a woman keeps calling him and he wants her to leave him alone. The officer called the woman and warned her not to call or text the RP again. She began to cry and asked the officer to tell the RP not to come to her house on weekends. He was so advised.