Miami County Sheriff’s reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Oct. 11

SCHOOL BUS ISSUE: The Newton Local School Principal Steve Fisher informed the School Resource Office of an incident that occurred yesterday between two elementary students while on the bus.

BAD CHECK: A deputy responded to Action Tire and Auto Center, 816 Harrison St. Troy for a bad check complaint. Ralph Joseph Ross wrote a check from an account that was closed well before the check was written. He was charged with passing bad check.

WARRANT: A deputy was serving court papers at lot 23 of the A and R Reck trailer park on US Rt. 40. While there the deputy came in contact with Mr. Jimmy Craft who was in the company of Renee Bristow. The deputy had previous knowledge of Mrs. Bristow having an active warrant from Clarke County. After running his information through LEADS it was discovered that he too had an active warrant out of Clarke County. After the warrant was confirmed by dispatch, Mr. Craft was taken into custody and transported to the county line where he was turned over to a Deputy from Clarke County. Mrs. Bristow was taken into custody and transported by Deputy Parrish Brazel as a result of her warrant. Bristow was also turned over to Clarke County.

HEROIN: The reporting party reported that his ex-girlfriend, Christina Candido, was in the bathroom in the 4200 block of Kessler Cowlesville Road, West Milton using heroin. Ms. Candido was found in the bathroom with heroin and a needle. She was arrested and charged with drug abuse/possession and possession of drug abuse instruments.

Oct. 12

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: A resident in the 6800 block of Shiloh Road, Union Twp. reported criminal damaging to a vehicle.

JUVENILE DETENTION ISSUE: A deputy responded to the Juvenile Rehab Center involving two juveniles that were

sharing medication. This occurred on Oct. 9.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: A resident in the 200 block of Green Oak Drive, Concord Twp., advised an unknown subject(s) shot out three outdoor lights with a BB gun. She showed the sergeant one of the BB’s she located inside one of the lights. two outdoor garage lights were damaged and the light on a post by the end of the driveway was also broken. All the shots came from east of her residence but she has no idea who may have been involved.

FIELD DAMAGE: A resident in the 9300 block of N. Hetzler Road, reported seeing a truck doing doughnuts in his farm field. He stated he had just planted wheat and saw a truck and car appear to be racing down Piqua-Lockington. He stated the truck drove around the car into his field and did a doughnut causing approximately $400 damage. He followed the vehicles while he called 911 and gave the dispatchers a license plate which did not come back to a truck. He was advised that a report would be done documenting the situation.