Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:
DINNER ROLLS STOLEN:A resident of Hill St., Pleasant Hill, reported the theft of Bob Evans dinner rolls from her refrigerator. The refrigerator is in her carport. The resident advised the theft occurred approximately one month ago and wanted to file a report.
TRESPASSING: Two deputies responded to a trespassing complaint in the 7000 block of State Route 40, Tipp City. At the conclusion of the call, Chad Dollar was incarcerated for trespassing in a habitation when a person is or is likely to be present.
PILLS AND CREDIT CARD STOLEN: A resident reported her house located in the 400 block of Miami Ave., Bradford, was broken into that day. The resident was not home at the time. She was at a ball game and got a text on her cell phone stating her debit card had been used. The resident had left her debit card in her purse at home. When she arrived back home she found 20 Zanex pills had been stolen from off the kitchen counter and her debit card had been stolen from out of her purse. Entry inside the residence was gained through an unlocked window on the front porch. Nothing else inside the residence was tampered with. Investigation pending.
DRUG TRAFFICKING: A deputy initiated a traffic stop on a maroon Pontiac Grand Prix for failure to signal in the parking lot of Speedway located at 1551 Covington Avenue, Piqua.
The deputy made contact with the female driver identified as Ivori Reed and she was advised of the violation. Reed appeared to be nervous due to both of her hands shaking, fast speech and trying to ask questions which did not involve the traffic stop. Deputy W. Edmondson and Deputy J. Martin were on scene as well. After further investigation and consent to search, Reed was charged with drug trafficking. Reed was transported to the Miami County Jail and released to the jail staff with her personal property. All units cleared the scene without incident.
POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA: A deputy was patrolling northbound on Piqua-Troy Rd. and observed a vehicle traveling too close to the vehicle in front of it. The deputy also observed the vehicle had a section of the muffler hanging down and dragging against the roadway. The deputy ran the registration through LEADS and the return showed the listed vehicle as being a maroon Pontiac. The vehicle observed was a black Chevrolet Impala. The deputy initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle at Piqua-Troy Rd and Wyndham Way. The deputy made contact with the driver, later identified as Quentin Achor, and informed him of the reason for the stop. Quentin stated he purchased the vehicle a few months ago and he had not transferred the registration yet. Quentin provided the deputy with a signed title for the vehicle. While speaking with Quentin, the deputy noticed an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The deputy asked Quentin to step out of the vehicle and informed Quentin that he detected the odor of marijuana. Quentin said he didn’t have any Marijuana and he smoked it all. Quentin stated the deputy could search the vehicle. The deputy searched the vehicle and found three marijuana smoking pipes, all with burnt Marijuana residue inside them. The deputy also found two packs of rolling papers that were used to smoke Marijuana. In the center console area, the deputy found four small plastic baggies with Marijuana residue inside them. Quentin stated he carries the marijuana in the small baggies so he doesn’t have to bring his “stash” with him.
Quentin received a misdemeanor citation for drug paraphernalia and a traffic citation for driving a vehicle with plates belonging to another vehicle.