Monday, June 13
12:39 p.m. – To Rockbridge Ct. A man reported that he returned home from vacation to find a screen door that may have been tampered with. He said the door had been removed from its track and was lying against a table undamaged. All doors and windows were still locked and the alarm was on. It is unknown how the door came off its track, but he asked that the incident be documented.
Wednesday, June 15
3:11 a.m. – Traffic stop on Main St. at Madison St. The driver was found to be under suspension. He was cited for driving under suspension and for no license plate light.
10:01 a.m. – Traffic stop on County Rd. 25A at the YMCA. The driver was cited for driving under suspension and he and the vehicle were released to a valid driver.
11:03 a.m. – To Shenandoah Dr. for a report of an unwanted guest. A woman reported that a male subject was at her residence. She said that she had filed a suspicious report in January against the subject. At that time, he was advised that his actions were making the RP and her family uncomfortable. The deputy contacted the subject and he said that he stopped by, but has not done so in a long time. He was trespassed from the property.
11:50 a.m. – A S. County Rd. 25A resident called to report that his girlfriend moved out of his residence on June 7. He said that she is now calling and texting him accusing him of stealing her purse and birth certificate. She told him that she would be filing a theft report. He said that if she does call, he would be home in the evenings for anyone to talk to him or look for her belongings. He asked that he not be called at work for fear of being fired. He was advised that he would be informed if she called.
11:52 a.m. – To Casstown Sidney Rd. for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone had used his debit card to make a $15.11 purchase in Illinois. He said he has contacted his bank, and they requested a police report so that they could reverse the charge.
Thursday, June 16
5:57 p.m. – While walking the bike path near Dye Mill Rd. a deputy saw a man sitting in a wooded area drinking beer. The deputy recognized the man because he cited him last year for the same thing. He was again advised that he was not allowed to be walking around with an open container. He was cited for open container in a public place and warned for trespassing.
Friday, June 17
12:47 a.m. – A deputy located a vehicle at State Route 202 and State Route 41 that was a suspect in a theft offense from a Troy business. The suspects had fled the scene of the theft before Troy PD arrived. A Troy officer arrived on the scene and issued a misdemeanor citation for theft. The driver was cited for no operator’s license. The vehicle was picked up by a valid driver.
1:07 a.m. – Traffic stop on Elm St. at McKaig for not signaling a turn. The driver could only provide an Arizona driver’s license. His Ohio license had been suspended. He was cited for driving under suspension and for the turn signal violation.
8:43 a.m. – To Lefevre Rd. for a report of a burglary. A man reported that someone broke into the building and took several silver coins, a silver bar and some loose change. The safe was also tampered with but the suspects were unable to gain access. The case is pending.
11:06 a.m. - To Fenner Rd. A man wanted to turn over old shotgun shells that he did not want any more and did not know how to dispose of them. The shells were turned over to the property room for disposal.
11:36 p.m. – A Lilac Lane resident called to report a menacing complaint. She said that a man is calling and texting her, driving by her house and dropped off flowers for her. She said that she wants him to have no contact with her. The man was advised of her complaint. He admitted to calling and dropping off flowers. He was advised not to call her, text her or drive by her house.
Saturday, June 18
10:13 a.m. – To Conwood Dr. for a report of identity theft. A woman reported that she has been having trouble for the past several months with someone using her identity to get various credit cards. She said that she has had to change her driver’s license number because of this. On June 9, someone tried to open a credit card in her name, and on June 10, someone tried to change information on her credit report. There is a New York address that is associated with these accounts. She said that she has contacted the Attorney General’s office to try to get an investigation started.
5:32 p.m. – A man called to report that he and his girlfriend were involved in a domestic disturbance while driving on Washington Rd. He said she slapped him, and he ordered her out of the vehicle. The deputy found the girlfriend and two juveniles walking northbound on Washington Rd. near Stanfield Rd. She was visibly upset, and said her boyfriend had kicked her and her cousins out of his vehicle. She said the argument was over her not wanting to stay long at the cookouts they were going to attend. She said an argument ensued and he kicked them out of the vehicle. The man had no visible marks to support his claim that he was slapped. No one wished to press charges.
Sunday, June 19
6:37 p.m. – Traffic stop on E. State Route 41. A motorcycle was clocked at 69 MPH in a 55 MPH zone. The cyclist said that his license was suspended. He was cited for speed and for driving under suspension. His motorcycle was left at the side of the road and a valid driver picked him up.
8:31 p.m. – To the Miami County Court House. A woman was wading in the fountain and talking to inmates. She was warned not to do those activities.