Friday, April 4

2:02 p.m. – To Lefevre Rd. for a report of phone harassment.  A man reported that he was having a conversation with the father of his girlfriend’s children when the man made threats to him.  He said that the threats involved swearing and threats about harming him.  He wanted the incident documented.


Saturday, April 5

12:21 p.m. – To Peters Rd.  A woman reported that a man paid a small deposit and the first month’s rent for her rental property.  She said that he left the house after 45 days.  When she went into the home, she found that it had been damaged.  She said that there were strange paint marks on the walls and ceiling, a large hole in one of the doors and that the thermostat was cut off the wall.  She also said that the utilities were turned off while he was living there and as a result the basement flooded.  The tenant was contacted, and he denied causing any damage to the home.  He said that he thought the owner was putting utilities in her name since he was moving.  He also said that the water had bacteria in it and was unfit for showering, drinking or laundry. 

Tuesday April 8

2:02 p.m. – While traveling northbound on Piqua Troy Rd., the deputy passed a vehicle whose registered owners were under suspension.  The deputy turned around and followed the vehicle as it turned eastbound on Peterson Rd and effected a traffic stop at Springcreek-Stringtown Rd.  The driver said that he had driving privileges through the courts, but did not have any paperwork.  A check with LEADS showed no such driving priveleges, but it did show that his vehicle registration   He was asked if he knew anyone who could pick up him and his children, and he said that there was no one.  He also said that he had to be at Miami East in ten minutes to pick up his child.  He was cited for driving under suspension and expired registration.  The deputy followed him to Miami East, and he was then advised that he had to call someone to pick up him and his children.

6:26 p.m. – To S. County Rd. 25A for a report of vandalism.  A woman reported that someone keyed her vehicle while she was at work.  There were no security cameras to capture the incident.  She requested a report for her insurance company.


Wednesday, April 9

1:27 a.m. – Traffic stop in the 3200 block of Piqua-Troy Rd.  The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was taken into custody for OVI.

9:04 a.m. – Traffic stop on Piqua-Troy Rd.  The driver was cited for driving under suspension, and both the driver and the passenger were charged with criminal trespassing.

10:49 a.m. – A deputy was flagged down on County Rd. 25A near the county fairgrounds by a concerned citizen who advised of a possible domestic violence situation occurring at the park across from Upper Valley Medical Center.  A white female and a black male were reportedly engaged in a standing wrestling hold and struggling.  Deputies went to the park to conduct an investigation.  While they were enroute, the female involved called 911 to advise that they had left the park.  Deputies arranged to meet them in Troy and both assured deputies that theyw ere fine.  They said that they had a brief disagreement but never argued or became violent.

10:15 p.m. – To McCurdy Rd. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that she received two phone calls from a restricted number, but did not answer the calls.  She identified a possible suspect who has made harassing calls to her in the past.  She was advised that since she has no proof that it was the suspect that she identified, charges could not be filed.  She was advised to contact her cell phone provider to have restricted calls blocked.


Thursday, April 10

1:28 a.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 78 mile marker.  The driver was arrested for OVI, driving under suspension and no license plate light.  It was later discovered that the vehicle was reported stolen, and he was charged with receiving stolen property as well.  He was incarcerated in the Miami County Jail.

6:23 a.m. – To N. Sayers Rd. for a report of a theft.  A woman reported that someone took two pair of boots off of her front porch.  She requested extra patrols during the night-time hours.

6:17 p.m. – To 3 St. for a report of a theft.  A man reported that he had let an unknown female enter his residence to stay for a while.  After she had left, he noticed that his wallet was gone.  He said that he has no idea who she is and would not advise why she was there, other than he was trying to be nice.


Saturday, April 12

7:58 a.m. – To Monroe-Concord Rd. for a report of menacing.  A man reported receiving threats from a former employee.  He said that the employee was fired for drug and alcohol use while on the job.  He said that the employee stated that he was going to get “his boys” and come take care of him.  He wanted the incident documented.

8:46 a.m. – Traffic stop on Troy-Urbana Rd. at Todd Lane.  The driver was cited for driving without a license and was ordered into court.

10:39 p.m. – To S. Union Rd. for a report of an accident.  The driver was found to be driving under suspension and intoxicated.  He was cited for OVI, DUS, failure to control and fictitious registration and was taken to the Miami County Jail.