Monday, March 14
7:28 a.m. – While stationary on S. Dorset near Main St., the officer heard a vehicle revving its engine. He then saw a Dodge pickup truck traveling south on Dorset at a high rate of speed. He followed the vehicle and clocked it at 52 MPH. At the 4-way stop at McKaig Ave., the driver again revved his engine as he left the intersection. A traffic stop was made at Dorset and Wayne Ave. The driver said that he was going to Waffle House before school and knew that he was driving faster than he should have. He was cited for speed.
8:38 a.m. – The officer was at Hook Elementary school zone because two theft suspects were last seen in the area. The suspects were located. They said they spent the night at a home on Trade Square W. and were walking to the soup kitchen for breakfast. One of the suspects was found to have an outstanding warrant. He was arrested on the warrant and taken to the Incarceration Facility.
9:29 a.m. – To Inverness Ct. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A woman reported that her daughter had not gone to school today and that she found a male in her daughter’s bed. The officer arrived to find the two asleep on her bed, fully clothed and on top of the blankets. The mother said that the male came by about 4:30 a.m. to speak with a male subject. She said she told him that the male subject did not live there and told him not to come back. She said when she left for work, the daughter wanted to stay home from school, but she would not allow it. She said while at work, she had a funny feeling and asked her father to check on the home. The father found the two asleep on the bed. The male, who was 18, said that he had come to the home to talk to the daughter. He said she texted him when her mom left for work and he came by. He said they watched TV and fell asleep. He denied doing anything sexual. The daughter related a similar story. The mother said her daughter was on probation, so the probation officer was called. The probation officer tested the girl for drugs, and she tested positive for amphetamines. She then asked that the girl be charged with probation violation. She was charged with that and with being unruly. The male was charged with contributing.
12:55 p.m. – To S. Market at E. Franklin St. for a report of a non-injury accident. A driver failed to put his vehicle in park and it backed across the street striking a city flower box. The driver was cited.
3:24 p.m. – Traffic stop on Ridge Ave. at Wayne St. The driver was cited for speed (42/25).
4:13 p.m. – Traffic stop in the 900 block of S. Crawford St. The driver’s license had been suspended, but he said he had driving privileges and that he was just topping by his friend’s home. The officer advised him that his driving privileges did not include that location. He was cited for failure to reinstate and the vehicle was parked.
7:13 p.m. – To Henley Rd. for a report of a disturbance. A subject was arrested and charged with domestic violence.
8:33 p.m. – To Archer Dr. for a report of drug paraphernalia found in the restroom of a business. The paraphernalia was collected and submitted for destruction.
11:11 p.m. – To Crossbow Ln. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A man reported that his son did not return home from school. He said that the boy may not have returned home because he planned on administering a drug test. The boy was entered as missing.
Tuesday, March 15
1:48 a.m. - While passing the Speedway station on N. Market St., an officer saw a woman that he had cited on March 13 for no operator’s license. She got into a vehicle and drove south on Market St. and turned onto Miami St. He finally caught up with her at Ohio and Linwood. She said that she had called BMV and they informed her that her license was valid. She had no receipt showing that she had made payments. She was cited for no operator’s license. As the officer was writing the citation, he learned that the plates belonged to another vehicle. The driver said that she had purchased the vehicle about 6 weeks ago and had not yet transferred the plates. She was advised that she only had 30 days to transfer the registration. She was also cited for fictitious plates and the vehicle was towed.
3:57 p.m. – To S. Short St. for a report of a burglary. Suspects were identified and charged with burglary.
8:30 p.m. – To Grant St. at McKaig Ave. for a report of a disturbance. One male was charged with open container and another was charged with assault.
Wednesday, March 16
9:36 a.m. – To the 100 block of W. Canal St. for a report of a disturbance. Dispatch advised that a male subject was trying to get into a residence, but had left toward S. Market St. The resident advised that he was asleep and heard yelling and screaming from the front porch. He said he recognized the subject, who was yelling that he wanted to fight with the resident. He said he was not going outside because he was recently put on probation and didn’t want to be in any trouble. He said the subject soon left and he went outside to see damage to his door and to the front of the home. He said he would like to press charges. He knew the owner of the vehicle that the subject left in, and she was contacted. She said the subject asked her for a ride from the Canal St. address. She said she picked him up and the subject said that he went there to confront the resident about the resident messaging the subject’s girlfriend. She said the subject told her that he was going to find some friends and come back to “settle” the problem. She said she didn’t want anything to do with the subject after hearing this. A warrant will be issued against the subject for Criminal Damaging.
1:03 p.m. – To the 400 block of Skylark Dr. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that a bicycle was stolen from her residence. There are no suspects.
2:09 p.m. – To Troy High School for a report of phone harassment. A student reported receiving text messages from an unknown person threatening him. One of the texts said “I will kill you and your mom, dad and animals.” It also said “I hope you enjoy your last smoke before I get you.” He identified a possible suspect. He said he does smoke marijuana and that is probably what the text is about. The officer asked him who supplied him with marijuana thinking that that might be the sender, but the student refused to identify his supplier. The boy’s father was called and said that he has had problems with his son’s marijuana use and hoped that this is not what the threats were about. The officer asked for permission to download the texts and forward them to a detective for investigation, but the father said that he would rather handle the matter himself before getting police involved. The officer asked the father to take the student home now, fearing problems on the way home, and the father agreed.
3:52 p.m. – A woman came to the Police Station to turn in a wallet that she found on a slide at Troy Community Park. The officer contacted the owner and returned the wallet.
4:17 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle run the red light at Dorset Rd. and Rt. 718 and initiated a traffic stop in the 1000 block of S. Dorset Rd. The driver said he did not mean to run the light, but he was in a hurry to get his check. He was cited.
5:07 p.m. – Traffic stop on I-75. The driver said that she was not aware that she was doing 85. She said she was just cruising along. She was cited for speed.
Thursday, March 17
2:07 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. near Weston Rd. The driver was informed that his license was suspended and seemed unaware. He was cited, switched seats with his passenger and left the scene.
7:55 a.m. – To Crossbow Ln. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A man reported that his son did not come home from school yesterday. He said he had called the Junior High to see if his son was in school today. The officer spoke with the son who appeared very tired and lethargic. He said he spent the night with friends and didn’t sleep well because he had not taken his medications. He was charged with being unruly.
7:56 a.m. – An officer saw a green Ford Explorer parked on Todd Lane. There was debris around the tires and it appeared that it had not been moved for some time. He marked the tires and stickered the vehicle informing the owner that it had to be moved by 8:00 a.m. March 20 or it would be towed.
8:56 a.m. – While monitoring traffic at Concord Elementary, an officer saw a vehicle with an expired registration sticker. He initiated a traffic stop and issued a citation.
12:41 p.m. – To Crossbow Ln. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A woman reported that her son, who had been reported as missing and had recently returned home, had left through a window. She said that he had just had lunch and she told him to go upstairs. She checked on him later and found him missing. Officers searched the area but did not find the juvenile.
2:26 p.m. – To Stonyridge Ave. for a report of a toddler outside with no supervision. The officer arrived to find the RP playing with a 3-year-old girl. She said the girl was playing with a puppy and had been outside for 15-20 minutes with no supervision. She said a door was open at the neighboring residence andthat she had called out but no one answered. The officer entered the neighboring residence and announced his presence. He found a man asleep on the couch, woke him and asked where his child was. The man jumped up and started looking around. The officer told him that the child was outside with a neighbor. The man said that he wasn’t asleep very long and that the child has been opening the back door to go out back. He was advised that he needed to put something on the door to prevent her going outside alone. He was advised that if this happens again, he could be charged with Child Endangerment. He said he would take care of the door.
3:49 p.m. – Traffic stop on Rt. 55 at Stonyridge Ave. The vehicle was clocked at 40 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The driver said he didn’t know he was speeding and was on his way to school. He was cited for speed.
4:57 p.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig Ave. The driver was advised that she was clocked at 45 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. She said that she was trying to get to the bank before it closed. She was cited and released.
5:35 p.m. – Traffic stop on I-75. The vehicle was clocked at 86 MPH. The driver was advised of his speed and said he thought he was only doing 80. He was advised that the speed limit is 70. He was cited for speed.
7:30 p.m. – A Dorset Rd. resident turned in a sheathed, rounded-blade K-Bar knife he found in his front yard. He said that if no one claims the knife, he would like to have it. The knife was submitted into property.
Friday, March 18
12:23 a.m. – Troy Fire personnel reported that a vehicle was stopped in the roadway on N. Market St. The officer found the vehicle on Piqua Troy Rd. just north of Troy Urbana Rd. After investigation, the driver was charged with OVI.