Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:
MENTAL HEALTH: A deputy was dispatched on a mental health issue to 2600 block of Troy Urbana Road in Staunton Township, Miami County, Ohio. Upon arrival, a deputy spoke with homeowner. The homeowner stated Donald Trump had contacted him and warned him that ISIS was planning to assassinate him. He also explained that Donald told him to go to the hospital and wait there because it is a safe place. The deputy transported the male to Upper Valley Medical Center and he was checked in for a mental health evaluation.
BURGLARY: A deputy was dispatched on a burglary not in progress at the 700 block of State Route 721 in Newton Township.The deputy spoke to the home owner who stated, sometime since Wednesday night someone had entered his barn and had stolen multiple items.
BUSINESS MISSING PARTS: A deputy responded to the 4200 block of Lisa Drive, Tipp City, in reference to a business which had been broken into overnight. Five transporter license plates were stolen, as well as registration and insurance information associated with the plates. Evidence was collected at the scene.
PHYSICAL CONTROL: A deputy was traveling on State Route 202 near West Charleston Road, Bethel Township, Miami County, when they noticed a vehicle sitting on the side of the road. After making contact with the driver, Britany Blair, it was determined she was intoxicated. She was issued a citation for physical control of a vehicle.
BURGLARY: A deputy responded to a burglary complaint on Pearson Rd. West Milton. Homeowner returned home and found his front door unlocked and cash and two gold coins missing. He also located the barn door had been unlocked.
UVMC ISSUE: Deputies responded to UVMC in reference to a female using false information to obtain narcotics from the emergency room doctors. Female admitted to providing false information and was incarcerated.
SCHOOL INCIDENT: An official at Newton Local Schools informed the school resource officer of a theft that occurred at school. He stated that he had a suspect and requested the SRO sit in while he spoke with them.
FRAUD: A Piqua resident called to report identity theft against her recently deceased father. She states she learned of the issue when a Kohl’s charge card bill arrived in the mail at her father’s house. The statement indicated approximately $2,000 in charges were made after the date of her father’s passing. The charges appear to have been made at Kohl’s stores in the state of Maryland. She also learned of a Capital One card in her father’s name with $3,000 in recent charges, also after the date of his passing. She contacted them and started the same process of challenging those charges also. She was again advised they will remove the charges from her father’s bill.
The reporting party contacted the credit bureaus and made them aware of the activity, as well as putting a freeze on her father’s credit info to prevent further charges. She is now in the process of contacting the remaining credit accounts her father had to close them and inquire about any fraudulent charges. She is going to forward any new information to the sheriff’s office to be added to this report.
FAILURE TO CONTROL: A deputy arrived on scene and found a vehicle at rest in the west side ditch, on its top. The juvenile’s grandfather arrived on scene and rolled the vehicle back onto its wheels. The vehicle was towed by the grandfather to a nearby address. The deputy issued a juvenile traffic citation for failure to control.
SCHOOL INCIDENT: A deputy was dispatched to Bradford High School on a report that two students where caught smoking marijuana in the boys restroom. The two juveniles were charged with drug abuse.