Monday, April 14
7:09 p.m. – To Merrimont Dr. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that she has custody of her niece and that the niece has been receiving test messages from a man pretending to be one of her friends. The man was advised not to contact the niece.
9:09 p.m. – To S. County Rd. 25A for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone came onto his car lot and took items from a vehicle that was left unlocked. There are no suspects. He asked for extra patrols during the nighttime hours.
Tuesday, April 15
11:00 a.m. – Two women associated with the Family Abuse Shelter reported overhearing a woman making threats toward her father-in-law after her husband was sentenced to the Miami County Jail. The incident occurred on the third floor of the Old Court House. The woman was stating that someone had better call the police because she was going to kill an old man. She also stated that she didn’t care if anyone heard her. One of the female witnesses stated that she was going to notify the Troy Police Department and would encourage the father-in-law to file for a Protection Order.
Wednesday, April 16
6:44 p.m. – To Fenner Rd. for a report of juveniles driving a truck in their driveway with no parents present. A 16-year-old boy stated that he was driving his dad’s truck up and down the driveway with his three younger siblings, aged 4 to 7. He said that he did not go onto the road and drove slowly on the 50’ driveway. He was advised of the dangers that occur without a parent present. The boy’s mother soon arrived and said that the boy often drives the truck in the driveway to practice his driving skills and that the younger children like to ride with him. She said that he usually only drives when his father is present, and assured that it will not happen again without parental supervision.
Thursday, April 17
8:30 a.m. – To Washington Bend Ct. for a report of identity theft. A man reported that he filed his taxes on April 12 and found that taxes had already been filed in his name. He said that he has contacted the IRS and that they requested a police report. The investigation will be conducted by the IRS and other Federal agencies.
10:04 a.m. – While walking out of the Sheriff’s office the deputy saw a vehicle travelling through the parking lot at an unsafe speed. He ran the plate and it came back to a black Chevy. The tag was on a green Chrysler. Effecting a traffic stop, the deputy spoke with the driver who did not have a license. He said he had come to the court house to pay his reinstatement fee and fill out the proper paperwork. He said that his girlfriend had bought the vehicle about a month ago and did not know that she had not switched the registration. He was cited for driving under suspension.
7:15 p.m. – To Upper Valley Medical Center for a report of phone harassment. An employee stated that he has been receiving harassing phone calls from his ex-girlfriend and that she will not stop calling. He said that her mother and sister have also been calling. The deputy contacted the girlfriend and advised her to stop calling and to tell her mother and sister the same. She agreed to stop contacting him and that she would inform her mother and sister. She was also advised that if the calls continue, she could be charged with telephone harassment.
Friday, April 18
10:34 a.m. – Traffic stop on I-75 at the 72 mile marker. The driver stated that his license had been suspended. The driver also stated that he had a marijuana pipe in his pants pocket and marijuana was in the vehicle. A sandwich bag filled with “a green leafy substance” was found in the vehicle. He was cited for failure to maintain a safe space between vehicles, driving under suspension, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The passenger had a valid license took control of the vehicle.
2:12 p.m. – To Crestwood Dr. for a report of identity theft. A man reported that someone in San Diego attempted to get 4 credit cards under his name. The credit card companies contacted him due to red flags in the application. No cards were issued. He wanted the incident documented.
6:50 p.m. – To Troy St. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported that he has joint custody with his ex-wife. He said that it was his weekend to have his son, but that he did not feel well and had obligations. He said he spoke with his son and had things worked out. He said the wife began texting him vulgar messages about how he was a horrible father. He asked her to stop, but she continued. He was advised that since they have joint custody, he must keep the lines of communication open. The deputy left a message with the ex-wife advising her of the complaint and the possibility of telephone harassment charges.
10:59 p.m. – Traffic stop on McKaig at Madison St. The driver was arrested for OVI, driving under suspension and possession of marijuana.
Saturday, April 19
2:03 p.m. – A deputy saw a subject fishing in the pond at Martin Marietta Aggregates on Dye Mill Rd. Entering the property, he saw two other groups of people. All of the subjects were advised that they were no longer on Park District property, but on private property. They all stated that they saw nothing to inform them that they were on private property. The deputy checked and also could see no such indications. They were advised to leave the property. The Park District and Martin Marietta will be contacted to see if the area can be better marked.