Tuesday, June 27
11:43 a.m. – To Swailes Rd. for a trespassing complaint. A man reported that teenagers have been swimming in a pond on his property. He said he spoke with one female and her family, but wanted her formally trespassed. The deputy spoke with the female’s mother and she advised that her daughter will not go back there again.
11:48 a.m. – To Union Shelby Rd. A woman reported that her son was acting strangely. She said she found him in a fetal position and talking out of his head. The son was very nervous and sweating badly. He said that he slammed his toe into a door and was mad about that. His toe appeared to be broken, but he refused medical attention. He said that he is a recovering addict and didn’t need help from the deputy.
Wednesday, June 28
3:19 p.m. – To Pleasant View Dr. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. The deputy located an unoccupied 2004 Honda CRV with no indication that it was inoperable and did not appear to qualify as a junk vehicle under Concord Twp. Ordinance. A resident came out and told the deputy that the Honda had been parked there for a couple of days and is unknown in the area. The vehicle was not listed as stolen. The deputy went to the owner’s residence but could not get an answer. He placed an abandoned vehicle sticker on it.
3:40 p.m. – To Spruce St. for a peace officer call. A city employee asked that the deputy accompany her as she delivered a “board up” letter to a property owner. The owner was confrontational as soon as the deputy and the city employee got out of their vehicles. Apparently the structure was damaged by a traffic crash. The owner said her insurance company told her not to make repairs before it was inspected. The city employee said she discussed the need for repairs with the owner, but the owner refused to cooperate. The owner asked if she should listen to her insurance company or the city. The deputy advised her to comply with the city and to inform her insurance company of the city’s instructions.
4:09 p.m. – A woman called to report that a woman paid for services with quarters with a hologram design on them. She said she looked them up on the internet and found conflicting information as to whether or not they were genuine. She was advised to go to a bank tomorrow to see if they would be accepted, and to contact the deputy with her findings.
Thursday, June 29
9:53 p.m. – To the Miami County Safety Building. Two males were throwing a football on Courthouse property, and the football struck a light globe, breaking it. They said they picked up the glass so no one would be injured, and had planned on speaking with Courthouse employees in the morning. A janitor at the Courthouse saw the incident and watched them clean up the glass. The deputy determined that this was an accident, not a malicious act.
9:57 p.m. – To Troy Sidney Rd. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A woman reported that her 12-year-old daughter ran away from home and is refusing to come back. The juvenile was entered into the system as missing.
Friday, June 30
7:06 p.m. – To N. County Rd. 25A for a report of a domestic disturbance. A woman reported that her boyfriend would not return her phone. She said he took it and her disability benefit card a several days ago. They are typically in an “on again off again” relationship, and today called it off. She said that she had the card deactivated but wanted her phone back as well. She was advised that due to their relationship and living arrangements, the matter was civil.