Monday, April 25
10:58 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. near Westbrook Ln. The driver was cited for speed (49/35).
12:33 p.m. – To Morehead St. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that someone stole her bicycle over the weekend. She said she last saw it last Friday. It is an older dark blue 26” girls bike with double chrome baskets on the back. There are no suspects.
4:01 p.m. – A man came to the Police Station to report finding a cell phone on Lowe’s parking lot. He said he tried to locate the owner but was unable to do so. The officer called the number associated with the phone and the owner answered. She said that she would send her brother in to pick it up.
8:32 p.m. – Traffic stop on Wayne St. near Dorset Dr. The vehicle had no visible registration. The driver said he had just purchased the vehicle and that the temporary tag must have fallen out of the rear window. When asked for his license, he said that he gets his “temps tomorrow.” The officer learned that his license had expired. He was cited for expired license and a passenger, who was a valid driver, took control of the vehicle.
9:56 p.m. – Traffic stop on Archer Dr. near Peters Rd. The driver was cited for speed (52/35).
Tuesday, April 26
4:30 a.m. – To Lincoln Ave. for a report of criminal damaging. A suspect was located on Lincoln Ave. at Drury Lane. She was found to have an outstanding warrant from Sidney. She was told she was under arrest and she took off running. She ran about 20 feet, then stopped. She was cuffed and transported to the county line to meet a Sidney Police officer who took charge of her.
8:20 a.m. – To Madison & Jefferson Streets for a welfare check on two subjects sleeping in a car. One subject was cited for open container and the other was cited for underage consumption, open container and possession of drug paraphernalia.
9:27 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle parked in a lot on Crescent Dr. The registration had expired in July, 2015 and renewal was prevented by a warrant block from the Miami County Municipal Court. It was stickered to be licensed and repaired or removed by March 4.
11:12 a.m. – Traffic stop on Kings Chapel Dr. The vehicle was clocked at 40MPH in a 25MPH zone and the tags had expired last December. The driver was cited for expired plates and was warned for speeding.
1:46 p.m. – To Dye Mill Rd. for a report of found property. A black Nine West purse with black boots and blue jeans inside was found. Also in the bag were miscellaneous papers. The officer was able to contact the owner’s mother who said that her daughter does not have a phone and she doesn’t know where her daughter is staying. She was advised that the daughter could pick up her property at the Police Station.
2:10 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Mulberry at Raper. The vehicle had a loud exhaust and was emitting a noxious odor. The driver and passenger said that they were not wearing their seat belts. The driver said that his exhaust was not loud. He was cited for a seat belt violation and given a warning for loud exhaust and told to have it repaired ASAP. The driver said that he would not repair it and would not come back to Troy. He was also confused on whether or not he lived in Piqua.
7:42 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Ridge Ave. for speed. The driver said she had just picked up her daughters from basketball and didn’t realize how fast she was going. She was cited for speed (41/25).
8:01 p.m. – Traffic stop on Staunton Rd. The vehicle was speeding and was towing a trailer with no visible registration and had no tail lights. The driver was cited for failure to display registration and warned for the other violations. He was told to park the trailer until everything was corrected.
Wednesday, April 27
1:25 a.m. – To N. Market St. for a report of an intoxicated male on the front porch of the residence. The subject was located and charged with disorderly conduct. He was then transported back to his residence.
1:40 a.m. – Traffic stop on Dorset Rd. near McKaig. The driver was cited for expired plates.
5:43 a.m. – To Rudy Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that his brother stole $190 from him. The officer was attempting to locate the brother for questioning.
7:29 a.m. – To Smith St. for a report of criminal damaging. A storefront window had been broken out. It did not appear that the business had been entered. The store owner was contacted and arrived on the scene. She checked the business and stated that nothing was missing. A piece of broken glass showed evidence of a BB or pellet gun having been shot at the glass. The owner of the building soon arrived and stated that there was damage to one of his vehicles parked next door. Surveillance video from a nearby business showed a Jeep Wrangler pulling into the parking lot. After a few seconds, the Jeep leaves out of the lot and drives out of frame, but based on the headlights, it appears to pull over near the damaged business. It then made a U-turn and left. There are no suspects.
8:57 a.m. – An officer did a routine license check on a vehicle that he was following and found that the owner’s license was suspended. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver was the owner. She was unaware of the suspension. She was cited for driving under suspension.
10:18 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle parked on Michael Dr. A wheel was missing and the rotor was on the pavement. It was marked to be repaired or removed by April 30.
10:36 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. near Dorset Rd. The driver was cited for speed (48/35).
1:33 p.m. – To S. Stanfield Rd. for a report of a fraud. An elderly woman reported receiving a call from a man who claimed to be her grandson. She said that the caller said that he was involved in an accident and needed money to settle the claim so he could be released from jail. She said she contacted family members and they eventually realized that her grandson was not in jail and that this was a scam. She said that the caller told her to contact his attorney and gave his phone number. The number was from British Columbia, and a search yielded numerous complaints of fraud attempts with the same story from that phone number. The case was suspended since the call was international and the woman was not actually defrauded.
3:39 p.m. – To S. Mulberry St. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A woman reported that two of her daughter’s friends were threatening to fight her. She was advised to contact the schools tomorrow if she believed that the girls would fight at school. She was also given information on obtaining a protection order. The officer spoke with the friends who said that they had issues with the woman’s daughter but denied threatening to fight her. The officer got the impression that they wanted to or would fight if given the chance. They were warned that their actions could get them charged with menacing or assault if their behavior continued.
5:46 p.m. – To Washington St. for a report of an accident. A driver ran a stop sign and struck another vehicle, then left the scene. The impact knocked the license plate off of the offending vehicle. The owner was contacted and he said that he did stop, but the other driver went to the bank, so he left. He was cited for leaving the scene of an accident.
6:05 p.m. – To Dad’s Carry-Out for a report of a man trying to pass a counterfeit $100 bill. The bill was not taken by employees and the man was no longer on the scene.
Thursday, April 28
2:21 a.m. – To Hilltop Circle for a report of a disturbance. A woman was found to have an outstanding warrant out of Montgomery County. The warrant was confirmed and she was arrested and taken to the Miami County Jail.
8:33 a.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig Ave. at Heywood School. The vehicle was clocked at 32MPH in a 20MPH zone. The driver was cited for speed, and became very upset. She said that she knows about the school zone and slows down every time. She said she should just receive a warning because it wasn’t normal for her to be speeding.
9:20 a.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig Ave. at Penn Rd. The vehicle was clocked at 42MPH in a 25MPH zone. The driver said he thought the speed limit on McKaig Ave. was 35MPH. He was cited for speed.
1:01 p.m. – To Short St. to assist a squad. A man in a car seemed to be in distress. Troy Fire Dept. arrived and began to treat the man who was disoriented but insisted that he was fine. In his vehicle, deputies found a large plastic container with marijuana, a digital scale and a package of rolling papers. The woman with him admitted that she had a felony warrant out of Shelby County. The warrant was confirmed and she was taken to the Clark County Jail. The man was charged with drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
4:47 p.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig Ave. at Red Cedar Dr. The driver was cited for speed (42/25).
6:44 p.m. – To Lake St. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A woman reported that a neighborhood juvenile shot her son with a pellet gun. Her son had a small red welt on his right arm. She did not wish to press charges for fear of making it worse for her son. If problems persist, she will consider taking action.
9:01 p.m. – To W. Water St. for a report of a disorderly female refusing to leave the property. She was located and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. She asked to go to the emergency room and an ambulance was called.
Friday, April 29
12:12 a.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig Ave. at Woodridge. The driver was arrested for OVI, driving under restriction and failure to control.
9:03 a.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig Ave. near Dorset Rd. The vehicle was clocked at 44 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The driver was on the phone and said that she thought the speed limit was 35. She was cited for speed.
10:54 a.m. – Traffic stop in the 1200 block of S. Dorset Rd. for speed. The driver said that she was unaware that she was speeding and was just trying to get to work. She said she had no driver’s license. The officer discovered that her license was expired. She was cited for no operator’s license and advised not to drive until she is licensed.
12:18 p.m. – To Trade Square E. and Surrey Rd. for a report of missing street signs. The officer arrived to find two stop signs with the street signs missing. A city employee responded and replaced the signs.
3:15 p.m. – To Adams St. near Water St. for a report of a non-injury accident. A driver said that she was watching three juveniles who were walking in the street so that she would not hit them and did not notice that the vehicle in front of her had stopped. She struck the stopped vehicle at about 15 MPH. She was cited for assured clear distance.
11:26 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. near Ridge Ave. for running a red light. The driver said that she was on the phone in a heated conversation. Her passenger said that she had run the light. She was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device and for a seat belt violation.
Saturday, April 30
12:38 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle in Archer Park. The occupants were cited for marijuana offenses.
3:39 a.m. – To Ohio Ave. for a report of shots fired. It was determined that a man had a gun stolen from his vehicle. A theft report was taken.
10:51 a.m. – To Glendale Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that overnight someone entered his vehicle while it was parked on the street and took some loose change and a large GPS unit. There are no suspects.
1:14 p.m. – To Meijer’s for a report of a shoplifter. Employees stated that the suspect had left the store on a bicycle and was not stopping for Loss Prevention personnel. A witness stated that another man helped the suspect load his bicycle onto a pickup truck parked at KFC. The truck was last reported headed south on I-75. Tipp City Police were notified and they stopped the vehicle.
1:40 p.m. – An officer saw a 2-year-old child on the sidewalk on W. Main St. near Weston Rd. Two vehicles had stopped to coax the child away from the street. The family was located about 8 minutes later and child endangering charges were filed.
2:50 p.m. – To Skylark Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone entered his vehicle overnight while it was parked in his driveway and took his wallet containing $225 in cash, three debit cards, his social security card and his driver’s license. He said the vehicle may have been left unlocked. There are no suspects.
6:57 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. The vehicle’s plates were expired and the driver said that she could not find the title to get new plates. Records showed that she was issued a warning on April 17 for the same violation. She was cited and advised to get valid plates on Monday.
8:23 p.m. – A woman came to the Police Station with a phone harassment complaint. She said that she has been receiving unwanted calls and text messages from her ex-boyfriend. She said that she wanted the contact to stop and that she was pursuing a protection order. The officer called the boyfriend and told him that if he continues to contact the woman, he could be charged.
10:22 p.m. – Traffic stop on Mulberry at Race. The vehicle had only one brake light working. The driver had received three warnings previously for brake light issues. The driver said that she only had a permit and did not have it with her. Her passenger was not a licensed driver. She was advised that she is required to have a licensed driver in the vehicle when she’s driving. She was cited for a permit violation and a brake light violation.
Sunday, May 1
9:06 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle parked on Michigan Ave. with a flat tire. He had noticed the same flat tire three or four weeks ago. The plates had expired in July, 2014. There was another flat tire and mud was around the vehicle, indicating that it had not been moved in quite some time. The vehicle was towed and a citation will be mailed to the owner.
9:55 a.m. – An officer saw a Jeep Cherokee parked behind a residence on Canal St. The plates expired in June, 2015 and it had a flat tire. The officer had the same vehicle towed for the same offenses in January, 2016. The resident was contacted and said that the vehicle belonged to her father who lived in Mexico. She said that her brother had signed the title over but had not completed the paperwork. She was advised that she would have to prove ownership and insurance and have good plates to retrieve the vehicle. A citation was mailed.
10:01 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle parked in a driveway on Meadowpoint Dr. with expired plates. The vehicle was marked to be moved by May 8.
12:50 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle parked on Cedar St. with expired plates. Neighbors said that it had not been moved for months. As the tow truck arrived, the owner came out. He was advised of the reason for the tow, and said that he had just gotten his license and was going to get new plates. The officer checked the records and found that his license was issued on March 19, and he told the owner that he had sufficient time to get the vehicle registered. The owner was asked if he had insurance, and he said that he did, but refused to show proof. He was advised that he would have to bring proof of ownership, proof of insurance and current registration before he could get the vehicle back. He became belligerent and verbally abusive, claiming that this was done because of a recent incident with other Troy officers. He was cited for expired plates.
2:10 p.m. – Traffic stop on N. Mulberry at E. Main St. The driver said his license was suspended for OVI. He was cited for U-turn and driving under suspension. The vehicle was released to his passenger, a valid driver.
3:08 p.m. – To Paul Revere Way for a report of found property. A woman reported finding a pink wallet with an Ohio driver’s license and other cards. The owner was contacted and said that she didn’t know how she lost it and that she would come pick it up.
4:19 p.m. – To Shaftsbury Rd. for a report of criminal damaging. A man reported that some time yesterday, someone broke a window on his front door. IT appeared that someone tried to punch or elbow the window. There are no suspects.
6:05 p.m. – To Motel 6 for a report of a disturbance. A woman was reported throwing clothes off of the second floor balcony. The woman said that her live-in boyfriend recently moved into the motel and today she came to his room and found another woman there. She said she got mad and threw a bunch of his clothes out of the window. The boyfriend said she barged in, got mad and threw all of his property off of the balcony. He said that a $3000 Rolex watch was missing and he believes the girlfriend stole it. Motel management told the boyfriend to leave and not return.
9:19 p.m. – To Girard Lane West for a report of a woman struck by a car. A woman reported that she was trying to back her car out of the driveway but had it in drive rather than reverse. She said she moved forward and struck the vehicle parked in front of her. At the time a woman was under the parked vehicle attempting repairs and was struck by the woman’s vehicle. She was taken to UVMC with possible injuries to her chest and leg.
11:11 p.m. – To Ohio Ave. for a report of a missing juvenile. A woman reported that her son ran away from home. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate him.