Monday, July 25
1:13 p.m. – To McKaig Rd. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that someone took the license plate off of a trailer while it was parked at her residence. She said that the plate was zip-tied to the trailer and someone cut the ties. The plate was entered as stolen.
3:48 p.m. – Traffic stop on Norwich Rd. near W. Main St. for a vehicle with plates registered to another. The driver said that he has owned the vehicle for quite some time, but has not had a chance to get the registration switched. He showed the title that stated that he bought the vehicle in June. He was cited for failure to transfer registration.
4:33 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main at Norwich Rd. for a vehicle that changed lanes in an intersection. The driver said that he did not know it was illegal. He said that his license was probably suspended for a recent OVI he received in Beavercreek. The officer discovered that the driver’s license was not suspended, but expired. He was cited for expired license and reminded that it is illegal to change lanes in an intersection.
Tuesday, July 26
3:00 a.m. – Traffic stop for multiple equipment violations. The driver was a 17-year-old male and his passenger was his 12-year-old brother. The driver did not have a valid license. Their mother was contacted and she said that she knew they were out. The driver was cited for his violations and the mother was cited for wrongful entrustment. Both boys were also warned for curfew violation.
10:17 a.m. – To Kyle Elementary School for a report of vandalism. A custodian reported that someone had spray painted graffiti on the playground equipment. He said the equipment was new and was in the process of being installed. He said that the paint could not be removed because it would discolor the equipment. He estimated the damage at $2200. Shoe prints were found on the slide and at the base of the slide. The print was from an And1 brand shoe.
2:14 p.m. – A Maplecrest Dr. woman called to report that her son left the home without permission. She said that she learned that he spent the night with his older brother in West Milton. She said that she saw on Snapchat that they were in Kentucky. She said she did not give him permission to go to Kentucky. He was entered as missing.
5:41 p.m. – While traveling north on S. Dorset Rd. an officer saw a male subject that he knew had an outstanding warrant. He made contact with the subject, confirmed the warrant with dispatch and arrested him and took him to the Sunoco gas station on 25A in Piqua to turn him over to a Sidney Police officer.
6:11 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Market St. at Fenner Rd. for a vehicle with expired registration. The driver said the vehicle was his mother’s and that he did not know the registration had expired. He was cited anyway.
8:15 p.m. – A woman called to report a stolen bicycle. She said that her son rode her daughter’s bicycle to the Troy Aquatic Park. She said that when he was ready to leave, the bike was missing. It was a light blue Huffy Granite girl’s mountain bike and was brand new. She did not have a serial number. There are no suspects.
Wednesday, July 27
2:42 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle turn right from Elm St. onto McKaig. The intersection is marked “No turn on red.” The driver said that he was unaware of the no turn on red restriction. He was cited.
7:59 a.m. – To Grant St. for a report of vandalism. A man reported that someone had spray painted graffiti on his car windows. He said that other things were painted on the trunk and rear window. There were several other calls in the neighborhood regarding the same color of paint and pictures. There are no suspects.
8:17 a.m. – To Garfield Ave. for a report of vandalism. A man reported that someone spray painted graffiti. There are no suspects.
9:35 a.m. – To Williams St. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that she reported in June that her ex-boyfriend was harassing her on the phone. The officer found the report and saw that the boyfriend had been warned not to contact her. She said that she tried to get a protection order but it was not granted. She said that she started receiving texts from him again about two weeks ago. She said she had a friend contact him asking him to stop contacting her. She wanted to press charges. The officer was unable to contact the boyfriend and left a message for him to call back.
11:13 a.m. – A woman came to the police station to report finding a cell phone. She said she is a home care aide and was helping a client clean his apartment. During the cleaning, she found an iPhone 4. She said she asked the client about it, and he said he found it in the snow about 3 or 4 years ago and that it did not belong to him. The phone was not reported lost or stolen. The officer charged the phone hoping to find some clue as to the identity of the owner, but the initial “configure” screen came up. It was submitted into property.
11:16 a.m. – To S. Crawford St. for a report of a theft. Three air conditioner units were stolen.
1:35 p.m. – To Lincoln Ave. for a report of criminal damaging. A woman reported that overnight someone spray painted graffiti on the trunk lid of her vehicle. She said it was parked in the rear of her home near the alley. There are no suspects.
2:33 p.m. – To McKaig Ave. for a report of criminal damaging. A woman reported that someone spray painted graffiti on the side of her home. No empty spray paint cans were located. There are no suspects.
1:34 p.m. – A wallet was turned into the police station. It was found in Piqua, and it was brought to the Troy station since the owner had a Troy address. An officer was able to locate the owner and return his wallet. He said he had left it on top of his car when he was in Piqua, and that nothing was missing.
6:06 p.m. – To Virginia Ave. A woman reported that her pill dispenser was missing. She said she is not sure if nursing staff removed it while she was in the hospital. Messages have been left with medical staff, but no one has called back.
11:52 p.m. – While patrolling on Linwood Dr., a woman flagged the officer down to report that her purse was taken out of her vehicle. There are no suspects.
Thursday, July 28
1:26 a.m. – To Maplecrest Dr. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A woman reported that her son left the residence without permission. The juvenile was entered into the system as a missing runaway.
2:13 a.m. – Traffic stop on S. Norwich Rd. near W. Main St. for a vehicle with no front plate. The driver showed the front plate on the dashboard. She had no license, claiming to have a temporary permit that she did not have with her. The passenger said that he was a valid driver, but did not have his license with him. The officer soon learned that both had expired temporary permits. The driver was cited for no operator’s license, given a warning for no front plate and advised to have a licensed driver pick up the vehicle.
3:08 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. at Weston Rd. The driver had a suspended license, and BMV requested that his license and plates be confiscated. The driver was cited for driving under suspension and the vehicle was impounded.
3:42 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. on the I-75 overpass. The vehicle did not have a front plate and the driver tried to beat the light at the overpass. The driver said the front plate was in the trunk and that the light turned red while he was in the intersection. He did not have a valid license. The officer learned that his license had 6 Failure to Reinstate entries. He was cited for that and given a verbal warning for his other violations. He and his vehicle were released to a valid driver.
7:48 a.m. – While parked at the Troy Baptist Temple, an officer clocked a vehicle westbound on Staunton Rd. at 50 MPH. The driver then apparently applied the brakes to slow down. He initiated a traffic stop, and the driver immediately requested a warning since she was given a citation yesterday. The officer asked what she was cited for, and she replied speed. She said that she was late for work. She was cited for speed.
8:17 a.m. – To CVS for a report of a found item. A store employee reported that someone left a bicycle by the front door sometime overnight. The officer checked the system and it was not reported lost or stolen. It was submitted into property.
3:31 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a theft. The officer followed the suspect vehicle out of the lot and pursued them down I-75, hitting speeds as high as 80 MPH. He lost the vehicle on Fenner Rd. Sheriff deputies then engaged in a pursuit of the vehicle near Laura, but the suspect vehicle was able to get away.
4:05 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Market St. near Andy’s Garden Center. The vehicle was clocked at 72 MPH in a 50 MPH zone. The 17-year-old driver said that he had just come in from the county and didn’t know he was going that fast. He was advised that even in the county, the speed limit is 55. He was cited for speed.
6:24 p.m. – Traffic stop on E. Main St. for a vehicle with expired registration. The driver said that she thought it was still good. She was cited for expired registration.
Friday, July 29
12:29 a.m. – Traffic stop on Stonyridge Ave. The driver said that she did not have a license. The officer checked and her license had expired six months ago. She was cited for expired license.
3:22 a.m. – Traffic stop on Neff Ln. The driver was found to have an outstanding warrant. When she opened the door, the officer saw a cold, open beer can. She said that she had only taken two sips. She was arrested on the warrant and was cited for open container.
8:09 a.m. – Traffic stop on S. Market St. for a vehicle that did a U-turn in front of City Hall. In the back seat was a 5-year-old child without a booster seat. The driver was cited for the U-turn and given a verbal warning for the booster seat violation.
8:41 a.m. – Traffic stop on N. Market St. near Staunton Rd. for a vehicle with expired tags. The driver said the vehicle belonged to his father and that he was not aware that the tags were expired. He was cited for expired registration.
11:43 a.m. – To Archer Dr. for a report of a theft. A store employee said that a woman made a $1 purchase and paid with a $100 bill. She said the customer kept asking for different denominations of bills. In the end, the customer was able to get $150 in cash. The officer saw surveillance video of the exchange, and the customer was in her early to mid-20’s and a mix of black and white race.
1:08 p.m. – To S. Dorset Rd. to assist a squad. A man who had just been involved in an accident flagged down the driver of the tow truck hauling his vehicle from the scene. He said he told the driver that there were keys in the vehicle that he needed, climbed onto the tow truck and looked through his vehicle for keys. As he was getting off of the truck, he lost his footing and fell, hurting his back. The driver said that he had told the man that he was not allowed on the truck. The man said that the driver told him to “come in,” so he got onto the truck and climbed into the passenger side of his vehicle. The driver requested a report for his company. The man refused to go with medics to the hospital, but went there with his girlfriend.
3:43 p.m. – To Cloverleaf Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that a woman that he knew only as “Beth” borrowed his bicycle and never returned it. No charges could be filed due to lack of suspect information.
5:18 p.m. – To Kohl’s for a report of a shoplifter. Loss Prevention personnel were at Burger King where the suspect had turned herself in. Three pair of shoes were recovered, including a pair that she had thrown in the trash can at Burger King. She was charged with theft and possession of criminal tools.
5:38 p.m. – To Loxley Ln. for a report of theft. A woman reported that she was notified that someone had opened two bank accounts and two credit card accounts in her name. She said that she has notified the credit bureaus of the events. The financial institutions requested a police report.
6:06 p.m. – To Wayne St. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A man reported that his stepson did not come home when he was supposed to, and that he probably skipped out on the community service he was supposed to do as part of his probation. He gave an address at Jeep St., and the juvenile was located there. The juvenile said that he did his community service. Juvenile Probation was contacted, and reported that he did not show up for his service. The juvenile was returned to his home and his Probation Officer was notified.
9:37 p.m. – To Henley Rd. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that someone took a Huffy Mountain Bike from her home sometime between 2:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. She could not advise the size, speed or serial number of the bike.
Saturday, July 30
1:44 a.m. – Traffic stop on S. Market St. near Elmwood Ave. The driver was a 16-year-old male and the two passengers were 16-year-old females. The driver was cited for several moving violations and all three were charged with curfew violations. Their parents did not know they were out and were not where they were supposed to be.
8:51 a.m. – To Duke Park for a report of criminal damaging. A man reported that a door to a building at the park had been damaged, and it appeared as if someone had tried to enter the building. Entry was not gained.
9:26 a.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. at Cherry St. The vehicle’s registration had expired last April. The driver said that he knew the registration had expired and was waiting for his new job to start. He provided a driver’s license from Maine, but it had also expired in April. He was cited for expired registration and expired license. He called for a licensed driver to pick him up.
12:57 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of possible child endangerment. A man reported that his 2-year-old son’s mother was taken to the hospital because she overdosed in her vehicle a few blocks away, and the child was also in the vehicle. He said that there was an agreement that she was not to be alone with the child, although there was no court paperwork to that effect. Troy medics who took the mother to the hospital said that it appeared to be a seizure from drug withdrawl. The mother was extremely upset and said that she had not use heroin as she had been accused. She said that she hadn’t used heroin in four days and was getting help to get off of drugs. She did have an outstanding warrant, and that was taken care of by a deputy. The man said that his family plans on filing for custody as soon as possible to alleviate any further issues with the mother.
6:51 p.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 76 mile marker. The vehicle was clocked at 85 MPH in a 70 MPH zone. The driver said that she was heading home and not paying attention to her speed. She was cited for speed.
8:42 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a theft. A couple left the restaurant without paying their bill of $72.21. An employee got a license number, and it came back to a New Carlisle resident. The Clark County Sheriff’s office was notified, but had not yet responded.
Sunday, July 31
1:40 a.m. – An officer saw a male passed out in the driver’s seat of a vehicle in the 200 block of S. Mulberry St. He was arrested for OVI and open container.
5:36 p.m. – To W. Main St. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that while she was at work, someone entered her vehicle and took her purse with her debit card and a check written to her for $50. She said that her vehicle was unlocked and her purse was on the center console. There are no witnesses or suspects.
6:06 p.m. – While investigating another complaint, an officer found a pill bottle containing four rings and a wrist watch. The bottle appeared to have been sitting outside for some time. The bottle and its contents were submitted to property.
7:12 p.m. – To Garfield Ave. for a report of vandalism. A woman reported that they had just purchased and are fixing up the residence. She said that when they returned home from vacation, they found that someone had painted graffiti, some of it obscene, on the back of the house. There are no suspects.
8:09 p.m. – To Kent Lane for a report of a theft. A woman reported that when she returned home from vacation, she found a laptop and about 50 syringes missing. She has an idea of a suspect, but is not 100% sure.
11:35 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle run the red light on W. Main St. and the northbound I-75 exit ramp. The vehicle did not attempt to slow down. He initiated a traffic stop and cited the driver for a red light violation.
Monday, August 1
1:03 a.m. – An officer saw a vehicle turn from Staunton Rd. to Michigan Ave, then drifted right and almost hit a parked vehicle. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said that he was playing with his phone. He was cited for left of center.
2:51 a.m. – Traffic stop on Grant St. at W. Market St. The vehicle’s registration had expired, and the driver said he forgot that his plates expired on his birthday. He was cited for expired plates.