Monday, March 28

11:28 a.m. – To Peters Rd. for a report of a theft. A man reported that guns were stolen from his home. The case is pending.

12:25 p.m. – To Linwood St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A man reported that he was involved in a physical argument with another man who had left in the direction of Cookson school. The other man was charged with domestic violence.

3:52 p.m. – A woman came to the Police Department to report a violation of a protection order. She said that a man, against whom she has a protection order, sent her a Facebook message. She said that she did not respond to the message. She said she has no contact information for the man and believes he might be homeless. Attempts to contact the man were unsuccessful. A warrant was issued for violating a protection order.

5:56 p.m. – Traffic stop on Maplecrest at Staunton Rd. The vehicle was clocked at 54 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. The driver said that he did not realize that he was speeding and did not see the 35 MPH sign. He was cited for speed.

Tuesday, March 29

1:04 a.m. – To Royal Inn for a report of a disturbance. Two subjects were found to have active warrants. They were arrested and transported to the County Jail.

1:21 p.m. – To Laurel Tree Lane for a report of telephone harassment. A woman reported that she received Facebook messages from a homeless man that she was trying to help. She said that he had sent threatening messages eluding to causing harm to her or her family or her car. The messages were confusing and spoke in rhyme or song lyrics and skirted around direct threats. The officer was able to contact the man who said that he was just angry and had no intention of harming her. He was warned not to contact her again and that he was trespassed from her property.

1:27 p.m. – An officer ran the plate on a vehicle traveling east on Canal St. near Monroe St. The owner’s license was suspended. He followed the vehicle to a driveway on S. Clay St. As the driver was exiting the vehicle, he asked her name. She asked why. He asked if she owned the vehicle and she said she did not. He again asked her name. Then a man came from the home and was yelling at the officer and was commenting on the legalities of the officer’s talking to the woman. He was warned for interfering with the traffic stop and told to go back into the house. He complied. The officer was able to identify the driver as the owner and cited her for no operator’s license. She was polite and cooperative and apologized for the behavior of the man in the home.

2:05 p.m. – To Minster Bank for a fraudulent check complaint. Employees stated that two men came in and tried to cash two fraudulent checks. When they were denied, they left the bank.

8:41 p.m. – To the area of Walgreen’s for a report of a reckless driver. When the officer arrived, a woman flagged him down and pointed out a black pickup that was the suspect vehicle. A man soon exited the store, got into the suspect truck and left. The officer initiated a traffic stop in the 1000 block of S. Mulberry St. The driver had a suspended license, and said that he just got a ticket for the same offense earlier in the day. He was cited for expired registration and driving under suspension and was told that he is not allowed to drive.

Wednesday, March 30

11:53 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle stopped at the light at W. Main St. and Adams St., then proceed through the intersection while the light was still red. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was issued a citation.

1:03 p.m. – Traffic stop on Foss Way. The plates had expired last July. The driver said that she was recently divorced and her husband always took care of the vehicle. She was cited for expired plates and told that the vehicle could not be on the street until properly registered.

2:13 p.m. – A St. Paris resident came to the Police station to request a welfare check on his son. He said that the mother texted him and said “I’m going to kill our son,” explaining that he was in trouble at school. He said he didn’t take her literally – it was just a figure of speech to express how much trouble the son was in. He asked for a welfare check on the son, but did not know the mother’s address. He said that he would find her address and come back.

7:29 p.m. – Police had made a controlled buy of Percocet tablets on Fleet Rd. Directly after the buy, officers tried to contact the suspect, but he would not answer the door. Officers were finally allowed in by his mother, also a resident at the Fleet Rd. address. The suspect was located, taken into custody and booked into the Miami County Jail on a drug trafficking charge, which is a 2nd degree felony since it was in the vicinity of Hook school. Additional charges are pending completion of the investigation.

7:44 p.m. – To S. Dorset Rd. to assist a squad. The officer arrived to find a woman doing CPR on a male subject. The officer took over CPR until medics arrived. The wife said that the subject was at UVMC yesterday and was sent home. She said she called 911 when he said he wasn’t feeling well. She said she heard a sound from the bedroom and went back to find the subject lying on the floor. A visitor started CPR. Medics reported that the subject had expired.

11:26 p.m. – While on W. Main St. stopped for the light at I-75, an officer ran a check on the vehicle in front of him and found that the registered owner’s license was suspended. The driver matched the physical description of the owner, so he stopped the vehicle. The driver was, in fact, the owner. The driver said he had paid his fine and was told that it could take a couple of days for his license to clear. He was cited for driving under suspension and his passenger, a valid driver, took control of the vehicle.

11:43 p.m. – Traffic stop on E. Main St. near Clay St. for multiple equipment violations. The driver was found to have multiple active warrants and was incarcerated at the Miami County Jail.

Thursday, March 31

12:00 p.m. – To Kroger’s for a report of an accident. A driver had pulled onto Rt. 718 from Kroger’s and struck another vehicle. The driver was charged with failure to yield and driving under suspension.

3:37 p.m. – To Ash St. for a report of a man not breathing. The officer found that he had overdosed on heroin. His wife tried to take more heroin out of his pocket and hide it. She was arrested. The man was transported to UVMC. When he was released from the hospital, he was taken to jail.

4:14 p.m. – To Brookfield Lane for a report of a domestic disturbance. A man was arrested and charged with domestic violence.

4:23 p.m. – To Commerce Center Blvd. for a report of a private property crash. One of the drivers was found to have an expired license. He said he knew his license was expired, but he was just going to pick up his wife from work. He was cited for driving under suspension and warned not to drive until he has a valid license.

Friday, April 1

4:18 a.m. – To E. Main St. for a suspicious complaint. The officer arrived to find the business’ glass door had been broken out. Officers searched the building but found no one inside. The owner was contacted and responded. There are no suspects.

11:20 a.m. – To S. Union St. for a report of a missing juvenile. The juvenile was located and incarcerated at the West Central Juvenile Facility.

2:42 p.m. – To the 1400 block of W. Main St. for a report of a hit/skip accident. It was found to be a case of a car door hitting another vehicle. The parties exchanged information and were informed that it is a civil matter.

4:30 p.m. – To Troy Towne Dr. for a report of a private property accident. Two vehicles struck as they were backing out of parking spaces. Each vehicle sustained rear damage. The parties exchanged information.

8:58 p.m. – Traffic stop on Union St. at Racer Dr. The vehicle was clocked at 39 MPH while northbound on Union St. The driver was cited for speed.

10:26 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. at Elm St. The driver had run a red light at W. Main and Ridge Ave. He was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device.

Saturday, April 2

12:29 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle in Troy City Park after hours. The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was arrested for OVI and transported to Troy PD.

11:03 a.m. – To E. Main St. for a report of a burglary. A man reported that someone entered his home overnight and stole some tools. There are no suspects.

11:21 a.m. – An officer saw two individuals in Treasure Island Park. Both had passed a “Park Closed” sign to get where they were. They were cited for criminal trespass.

3:40 p.m. – To W. Simpson St. for a report of a theft from a vehicle. The victim reported that the vehicle was parked on the street overnight and some items were stolen from it. There are no suspects.

10:25 p.m. – To Stephenson Dr. for a report of a male not breathing. Officers arrived to find a man lying on the bathroom floor unresponsive. Troy medics administered two doses of Narcan and he became responsive. He was transported to Upper Valley Medical Center for treatment.

Sunday, April 3

9:29 a.m. – Traffic stop on S. Market St. The vehicle was clocked at 44 MPH at the Post Office. The driver admitted to doing 44 MPH, but thought she was in a 35 MPH zone. She was cited for speed.

12:47 p.m. – To S. Crawford St. for a report of an overdose. Upon the officer’s arrival, Troy Fire Dept. Medics had administered Narcan and was revived. The victim admitted to using two caps of heroin recently but didn’t remember where. He also admitted to shooting the heroin with a syringe. The resident said that the victim came to visit on Sundays on a regular basis. He said the subject came in, went into the bathroom, then came out and fell over in the kitchen. The victim’s girlfriend said that he was fine when he left home. There was no evidence of drug usage in the residence. The victim was transported to UVMC. No charges were filed at that time.

5:01 p.m. – Traffic stop on Adams St. near Staunton Rd. The plate expired last September and was registered to a Ford pickup truck but was on a Nissan truck. The driver was aware that the plates were expired but said that he had not gotten around to switching the registration yet. He was cited and released.

6:14 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. at Adams St. The vehicle was clocked at 42 MPH in a 25 MPH zone on Adams St. The driver was cited for speed.

8:56 p.m. – A woman flagged down an officer in front of Cookson School to report phone harassment. She said she has received threatening telephone calls and Facebook messages from two individuals. She played several voice mail messages in which the caller was calling her profane names. While the officer was talking with her, one of the individuals called her. The officer answered the phone and warned the caller for telecommunications harassment. The other individual was with her, and the officer warned him as well. The individual said that the RP started calling them first, and wanted her warned as well. The RP was also warned not to call the individuals again.

10:06 p.m. – To Stonyridge Ave. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that a female friend had posted nude photos of her on Facebook. She said that she had logged onto Facebook on the friend’s phone and sent the nude pictures from one account to another. She said she may not have logged off of Facebook. The friend was contacted and said that the RP used her phone to access her Facebook account about two months ago. She said that her phone automatically saves pictures and said that she deleted them and did not send them to anyone.

11:53 p.m. – To Wendy’s on W. Main St. for a report of an abandoned bicycle. The officer found the bicycle, a Mongoose brand Terrex model 27½” mountain bike against the fence. There was no one around it, and none of the employees knew anything about it. The bike was submitted into property.