Miami County Sheriff’s Reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Nov. 3

K9 DETAIL: K9 Bear sniffed lockers and vehicles in the parking lot at Newton Schools for a drugs sweep at the request of SRO Deputy Karn. During a search of a vehicle in the student parking lot, alcohol was located.

Nov. 4

WARRANT: Deputies were dispatched to an assist squad call in the 4200 block of West Kessler Cowlesville Rd., Union Twp. After further investigation the suspect, Cristina Candido, was arrested for possessing a drug abuse instrument and a warrant.

Nov. 5

OVERDOSE: A deputy was dispatched to Miami County Jail in regards to an inmate that had overdosed. The female

was administered Narcan and then transported to UVMC. The inmate has been charged with Illegal conveyance.

Nov. 6

THEFT: A resident in the 2900 block of N. Montgomery County Line Road, Tipp City, reported $2,000 was missing from a blue pot in the kitchen. The resident said he picked up a friend the night before and she left earlier in the morning. No one knew about the cash except him. Case pending.

TIRES GONE: A resident in the 5000 block of S. Rangeline Road, West Milton, reported four tires missing from her yard. She advised they had been chained to the barn.

SCHOOL INCIDENT: Mr. Mack, the Miami East middle school principal, contacted a deputy while he was working a school detail to report a student being unruly.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A deputy was patrolling southbound on State Route 202 near Childrens Home Road when he noticed a blue and silver pickup in the field belonging to Fulton Farms doing donuts. After speaking with the owner, the individual involved was warned for criminal damage.

CAR SHOT: A resident from Hidalgo, Texas, reported his car had been shot in the 2000 block of State Route 571, Tipp City.

Nov. 7

TRESPASSING: A female subject was trespassed from the 7500 block of Staley Road, Tipp City.

SUSPENDED LICENSE: A deputy observed two vehicles off of the roadway on N. County Road 25A near Harrison Street, Troy. A deputy stopped to assist and made contact with Robert Babcock, who stated he was driving his car when it had run out of gas. Robert stated he was on his way to court for driving on a suspended license. The deputy asked if he was still currently suspended and he said yes. Dispatch confirmed that he was still currently under a non compliance suspension. Robert Babcock was cited for driving under non compliance suspension and was released to a valid driver.

SCHOOL INCIDENT: While working a school detail at Miami East, Principal Mack, contacted the deputy about an incident that occurred between two students last night off of school grounds.

WARNING: A deputy initiated a traffic stop of the listed vehicle for a moving violation on Farrington Road, Piqua. The deputy could smell and odor of marijuana. The driver advised the passenger had a marijuana pipe on him. The deputy advised the driver she is going to be warned for the moving violation and the passenger was warned for the paraphernalia.

The marijuana pipe was booked into the Miami County Sheriff Office evidence locker.

Nov. 8

ASSIST SQUAD: A deputy responded to the 200 N. Main Street, Pleasant Hill address where two juveniles had broken into a trailer. No charges were filed.

K9 DETAIL: A deputy assisted the Beavercreek Police with K9 Bear walk-through Beavercreek Schools.

SCHOOL INCIDENT: A deputy responded to a menacing complaint at Miami East High School. Subsequently, the student was suspended from the school and the parent of the juvenile was contacted to pick the juvenile up. Miami East High School did not wish to file charges at this time.

BURGLARY: Deputies responded to a burglary complaint in the 300 block of N. Main Street, Pleasant Hill.

Nov. 9

FRAUD: A resident in Bethel Township reported a $1,000 transaction from her U.S. Bank account was made without her consent. The funds were electronically wired from her account.

MEDS GONE: A resident in the 6800 block of State Route 201, Bethel Twp. reported medication theft.

TRESPASSING: A trespassing complaint at Willowbrook property in Piqua was reported. Subjects were warned for trespassing.

DOG COMPLAINT: A resident in the 7600 block of Alcony-Conover Road, Conover, reported two unknown dogs attacked her Australian shepherd around 5 a.m. A neighbor also witnessed the dogs attacking and the neighbor had to rump in his vehicle to avoid being bit. The dogs were described as a brown lab and another was black and white with a white spot on its chest. The resident’s dog needed surgery following the incident. The animal shelter was advised of the complaint.

JEWELRY FOUND: A resident in the Shearer and Karns Road area in Union Twp. advised she found a red box on the side of the road with jewelry inside. The jewelry had no value and included cubic zirconia earrings and a necklace, horseshoe earrings, a beach themed charm bracelet and a toe ring.

OVI: Deputies conducted a traffic stop on the listed vehicle for a speed violation at Studebaker Road and State Route 202. After further investigation, a subject was charged with excessive speed, operating vehicle without a license, operating a vehicle impaired, and possessing marijuana.