Troy Police Department reports

Information provided by the Troy Police Department:

Oct. 4

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE: An officer was flagged down by a male teacher at Heywood Elementary about a suspicious vehicle.

TRAILER GONE: An officer was dispatched to the 200 block of S. Market Street for a theft of a trailer.

THEFT: An officer was dispatched to the 700 block of S. Clay St. in reference to a theft.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Officers were dispatched to 2 McClung St. in reference to a male trying to break into the residence. Upon arrival officers spoke with the Reporting Party, Jonathan Jones. Jesse E. Mercado was issued a Summons for Falsification and Disorderly Conduct.

Oct. 5

THEFT: An officer was dispatched to the 300 block of S. Cherry St. reference to a possible burglary. Complainant found several DVD’s and two TV’s missing. Complainant has several heroin addicts as friends and believes it was one of them. Spoke to complainant’s prime suspect and he denied being involved. No further leads at this time.

Oct. 7

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Valves removed from two valve stems and air let out of tires in the 100 block of W. Dakota Street, Troy.

THEFT: A resident in the 400 block of Grant Street, Troy, reported wire fencing had been stolen from the real alley of his property.

THEFT: A resident in the 1200 block of Long Street reported a theft from his vehicle.

JUVENILE ISSUES: Officers responded o the railroad tracks off of Staunton Road on a report of a group of unruly juveniles playing with fire. An officer noticed one male juvenile crying who stated another male juvenile had burned his neck with a lighter. The officer observed a large blister in the shape of a ‘U’ from the top of a lighter. The officer contacted the juvenile’s father about the situation. The officer then bought the juvenile a bag of ice to place on his neck from the Sunoco station and gave him a ride home. No charges were filed.

Oct. 8

DRUG ABUSE: An officer responded to the Royal Inn. A male subject was intoxicated and had a syringe.

DRIVER FLEES SCENE: An officer responded to the 110 Ash Street in reference to an accident with possible injuries. A truck had struck a telephone pole, a parked vehicle and then crashed into a house. The driver then jumped into a silver car and fled the scene. Case is still pending.


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