Friday, May 27
8:51 a.m. – To the 600 block of McKaig Ave. for a parking complaint. An anonymous caller reported that a vehicle had been parked there for weeks and that the owner moved out. The officer arrived and saw the vehicle. It appeared that the residents had moved out. A neighbor said that it had been parked for weeks. The officer marked the tires and placed a 72 hour notice on the window. Over the next few days, the officer checked on the vehicle and it had not been moved. On May 30, he had the vehicle towed and a citation was mailed to the owner’s last known address, hoping that he had his mail forwarded.
3:56 p.m. – To Fleet Rd. for a report of a burglary. A woman reported that she returned home last night from a short vacation. She said that the neighbor who walked their dog left a note stating that the kitchen light was off and a window was closed, so someone was in the house. She said that a curtain rod at that window was bent. She suspects that her daughter and her boyfriend, who are heroin addicts, were in the home. She said that she kicked her daughter out on April 26, but that she stays there from time to time. She was advised that since the daughter stays there occasionally, it would be difficult to prove that she was not welcome there, and that since the only thing missing was an item belonging to the daughter, there was no theft.
7:36 p.m. – To Michigan Ave. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported that his 11-year-old son gave his phone number to a girl at school. He said that the girl calls constantly at all hours. The girl’s mother was contacted and advised that if the calls continue, the girl could be charged.
Saturday, May 28
8:11 a.m. – Traffic stop on N. Adams St. The vehicle was clocked at 47 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The driver said she was in a hurry to take her children to her mother’s home. She was cited.
9:05 a.m. – Traffic stop on Floral between Jeep and Patterson. The driver was found to be under suspension and the passenger was found to have an outstanding warrant. The driver was cited for driving under suspension. The passenger had placed a syringe on the back seat. He was arrested and incarcerated on the warrant.
10:22 a.m. – Traffic stop on S. Stanfield near W. Stanfield. The vehicle was clocked at 55 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. The driver said she thought she was only doing 45. She was cited.
12:07 p.m. – To Imperial Ct. to assist a squad. A woman reported that her husband was possibly assaulted last night. The husband said he was playing football somewhere on Enyart St. and was not assaulted. He had injuries to his face and knees and possible broken ribs. The wife said that he is lying because he is on probation and was drinking last night.
4:36 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle make a U-turn on N. Market St. into US Bank and initiated a traffic stop. The driver said that he did not know that a U-turn was illegal. He asked if he was getting a ticket and was advised that he was not. He said that he did not have his license but had driving privileges. He did not have his privileges with him. He was cited for driving under suspension. He then got upset and swore loudly. He was advised to stop or he would go to jail.
Sunday, May 29
11:51 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. The driver was clocked at 57 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. The driver said he thought the speed limit was 50. He was cited.
Monday, May 30
2:36 p.m. – To Trade Sq. W. for a report of criminal damaging. A woman reported that overnight someone egged her vehicle. She wanted it reported in case other vehicles had been damaged.
Tuesday, May 31
10:36 a.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of an accident. A driver was exiting Burger King and failed to yield to a vehicle on W. Main St. The vehicle was struck causing it to spin around and strike the Burger King sign. Both vehicles were towed.
4:28 p.m. – To S. Dorset Rd. for a report of a road rage incident. A man reported that a male subject was upset because the subject’s daughter was calling him “dad.” He said that the subject was driving erratically around him and making motions with his hands like he was shooting him. He said that there have been other incidents, and he wants them to stop. He was given information on obtaining a protection order. The subject was informed of his actions and was advised not to raise more issues.
5:24 p.m. – Traffic stop in the lot of Speedway on N. Market St. The vehicle had turned left into the Speedway lot and nearly struck a vehicle southbound on Market St. The driver disagreed, stating that he had plenty of time to make the turn. He was cited for failure to yield right-of-way.
5:31 p.m. – Traffic stop on N. Adams St. The vehicle was clocked at 39 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The driver said he knew he was speeding but was in a hurry to get to his daughter’s softball practice. He was cited.
10:23 p.m. – Traffic stop on Penn Rd. near W. Main St. The driver was found to have a suspended license and an outstanding warrant. She said that she had driving privileges, but was not aware of the warrant. She was arrested on the warrant and transported to the Kroger’s in Vandalia and turned over to a State Trooper.
Wednesday, June 1
5:18 a.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig near Dorset. The vehicle was clocked at 40 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The driver said he did not know the speed limit was 25. He was cited.
10:02 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Market St. The vehicle’s registration had expired. The driver said she was aware that it was expired, but it was her mother’s vehicle. She said that she was going to buy it and her mother was not going to renew the registration. She was cited for expired registration.
10:22 a.m. – To Stonyridge Ave. for a report of a found item. A woman reported finding a wallet. The owner was contacted to pick it up.
3:52 p.m. – Traffic stop on Staunton Rd. The vehicle was clocked at 49 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. The driver said he knew he was speeding but was on his way back to work. He was cited.
4:13 p.m. – An officer saw a man and a woman on Archer Dr. arguing. He contacted them and found that the woman had a warrant from Shelby County and she was arrested on the warrant. She was found to have heroin capsules and a hypodermic syringe in her purse. She was incarcerated for the warrant, for drug abuse and for possession of drug abuse instruments.
4:19 p.m. – Traffic stop on Staunton Rd. The vehicle was clocked at 50 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. The driver said he didn’t realize he was speeding until the officer stopped him. He was cited.
Thursday, June 2
2:28 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Water St. The driver was arrested for OVI, cited for having only one working headlight and was released.
3:40 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle southbound on Ridge Ave. drive around a road closed sign and turned right on McKaig past active working crews. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver said that she didn’t know how to get around it. The officer reminded her that she has lived in Troy for years and should know her way around town. She said she did not have a license and the plates on her vehicle were registered to another. She said she had just bought the vehicle and took plates from another vehicle so she could drive it. She was cited for driving on a closed road, fictitious plates and no driver’s license. She was advised that she could not drive from the scene.
3:51 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Dorset. The vehicle’s registration expired in October, 2015. The drive rsaid that the vehicle belongs to his girlfriend and he was unaware that the tags were expired. He was cited for expired registration.
5:45 p.m. – To S. Ridge Ave. for a report of criminal damaging. A woman reported finding a cover to a Time Warner box in her driveway. She then saw wires hanging from the open box. Across the street, a wire had been ripped from a pole. It is possible that the two are related.
9:07 p.m. – While putting up barricades in preparation for the Strawberry Festival, an officer saw a vehicle parked in front of a no parking sign. The vehicle needed to be removed for barricades, so it was towed. Just after towing the vehicle, a man advised that his vehicle was missing. He was given a citation for the parking violation.
Friday, June 3
7:53 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle drive through a road closed sign on Ridge Ave, through a construction zone, past McKaig and continue south on Ridge. He initiated a traffic stop, and the driver said he didn’t know the road was closed. He was cited for driving on a closed road.
8:06 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle southbound on Ridge Ave. drive past a road closed sign, turn west on McKaig, then south on Summit. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said she wasn’t aware the road was closed and was following her GPS. She was cited for driving on a closed road.
8:24 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle westbound on McKaig drive past a road closed sign and through the entire construction zone. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said she wasn’t aware the road was closed and was following her GPS. She was cited for driving on a closed road.
9:07 a.m. – While stationary at Heywood School, an officer saw a vehicle westbound on McKaig. The female driver stopped and asked a question. The officer asked why she was driving on a closed road. She said that she entered from an alley at Race St. and there was no indication that the road was closed. The officer pointed out that the road was obviously closed and that there were several side streets that she could use to get off of McKaig. She was cited. The officer then checked the area of Race Park and found that the alley was not blocked off. He moved several traffic cones into the alley to block it off.
9:28 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle traveling south on Ridge Ave. pass a road closed sign and drive through a construction zone. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver said that she was aware it was closed, but thought she could drive through. She was cited for driving on a closed road.
12:33 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle southbound on Ridge Ave. drive past a road closed sign, through a construction zone, and westbound on McKaig. The driver said he was looking for a friend’s home and thought he could cut through the construction zone. He was found to have a suspended license. His passenger had a valid license, but he said he was driving because she doesn’t like to. He was cited for driving on a closed road and for driving under suspension. Both were given a warning for not wearing a seat belt. The passenger took control of the vehicle.
6:49 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle driving on McKaig in the area of Madison St., a street that is clearly posted that it is closed. He pulled the truck over and the driver said that he was taking a short cut. He was advised that the road is closed to everyone except those who live within the construction area. He was cited for a seat belt violation and warned for driving on a closed road.
6:00 p.m. – To Amberwood Dr. for a report of a fraud. A woman reported receiving a message from her bank informing her that her online password had been changed. She then learned that someone used her card at a store in Florida. The suspect charged $2800 at the store, withdrew $600, moved $2000 from her savings account to her checking account and added $4600 somehow. She said that she had already contacted the local Florida Police, and they referred her to Troy PD since she lives here.
7:08 p.m. – An officer saw a wanted suspect sitting on a porch. He was wanted for drug abuse charges. He took the subject into custody and recovered two syringes that he had on him and transported him to the Miami County Jail.
8:26 p.m. – To McDonald’s for a report of a heroin overdose. A woman was transported to UVMC and was charged with possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
8:41 p.m. – To S. Crawford St. for a report of a possible theft. A woman reported that someone possibly stole money from her purse. She believes that the suspect is someone she knows and is allowed at her residence. She said that she didn’t want to accuse anyone, but just wanted the incident documented.
9:42 p.m. – To S. Union St. for a report of a disturbance. A woman advised that nothing was going on and asked why officers were giving her a hard time. The officers advised that they were called there and asked her to keep the noise down. She then began cursing at the officers and told them to leave. She was advised that if the officers returned, she would be charged with disorderly conduct. As they were leaving, her boyfriend came out and said that the woman had struck him several times. The woman then came back outside and started yelling at her boyfriend to come inside. An officer went to talk to the woman and noticed that she smelled of an alcoholic beverage. She was calm until neighbors started talking to another officer and she cursed at them and told them to shut up. She then started walking toward the neighbors, but the officer stopped her. The neighbors then began yelling at the woman, and the officer asked them to stop because they were not helping the situation. The woman then pushed her way past the officer walking toward the neighbors. Another officer stopped her and placed her under arrest. Handcuffed and sitting in the back of the cruiser, she started crying, saying that she has never done anything to get in trouble before. She was transported to the Miami County Jail where she was incarcerated for domestic violence and disorderly conduct.
Saturday, June 4
11:10 a.m. – To Crescent Dr. for a report of a fraud. A woman reported that she was selling her van on Craigslist and was contacted by a subject who wanted to buy it. She said the subject sent a check for $2900, double the amount that she wanted for the van. She was instructed to give the extra to the subjects who would be picking up the van. She said she took the check to her bank and was informed that it was fake. She said that she contacted the business that was listed on the check, and they said that someone had been cloning their checks. She said that the suspect contacted her and she said that she was unable to cash the check but did not tell him that she knew it was fake. The suspect then told her to deposit it into her account. She has not had any more contact with the suspect. The officer tried to contact the subject at the number where she was texting him but could not get a response.
1:58 p.m. – To S. Ridge Ave. A woman reported that someone had picked up her daughter’s prescription at a local pharmacy. She was able to get the prescription refilled.
3:22 p.m. – To S. Market St. for a report of disorderly conduct. A man reported that a woman had spit in his face. The woman admitted to spitting on him, but said that he had provoked her by calling her names. She was charged with disorderly conduct.
6:12 p.m. – To W. Main and Adams St. for a report of an accident. A woman was turning right from W. Main onto Adams St. when pedestrians walked out in front of her. She hit her brakes and was rear-ended by another driver. The second driver was charged with assured clear distance. There were no injuries and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
6:57 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle come off of Penn Rd. and drive through the construction zone on McKaig. He pulled the vehicle over and the driver said he just needed to get to Crescent Dr. The driver was cited and released.
7:59 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle against a pole on Rt. 55. The owner soon arrived and stated that the brakes had failed. The officer checked and the brakes did not seem to be working properly. There was no damage to the pole and no charges were filed.
10:24 p.m. – To W. Market St. for a report of a man passed out in a bathroom. The man was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of dangerous drugs and disorderly conduct.
Sunday, June 5
3:10 a.m. – While on patrol downtown, a woman approached the officer to report that she found an I-Phone 6 on the Market St. Bridge. The officer could not check the phone because it was locked by a password. It was submitted into property.
9:29 a.m. – To Shaftsbury Rd. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that two GPS units were stolen from her vehicle.
10:14 a.m. – While on patrol on Penn Rd., an officer saw a juvenile that he recognized as being listed as missing. He was walking with another juvenile. Both were compliant and cordial. The juvenile was transported to meet with his mother and released to her.
3:19 p.m. – To Maplecrest Dr. for a report of a missing temporary tag. The woman was unsure if it was stolen or came loose in the rain. It was entered as missing.
3:26 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle southbound on Ridge Ave. drive around a road closed sign and turn west onto McKaig. He initiated a traffic stop and cited the driver for driving on a closed road.
3:45 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main at Stanfield. The driver was cited for expired registration.
5:12 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle westbound on McKaig drive past a road closed sign and turn right onto Ridge Ave. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver said she thought she could go around since she could last summer when the road was closed. She was cited.
9:33 p.m. – To the levee for a theft report. A festival vendor reported that his cash register was stolen. He said there was no money in it. Another officer soon recovered part of the cash register behind the baseball diamonds.