Troy Police reports

Information provided by the Troy Police Department:

May 14

THEFT: An officer was dispatched to 555 Staunton Commons Apt 20 on a theft complaint. The reporting party advised her credit card had been taken and used at a gas station. A suspect was found and charges of theft were filed.

May 15

BURN RUBBER: An officer was sitting at the traffic light of West Market Street at the I-75 north exit ramp. The officer saw an older style black Mustang turn west onto West Market Street from the exit ramp. The Mustang peeled out and the vehicle began to go sideways. The officer then turned on its lights and initiated a traffic stop at West Market Street and Barnhart Road.

The officer made contact with the driver, Gregory Hogge, and explained the reason for stopping him. Hogge stated that he did start to slide a little bit. Hogge was issued a citation and given a court date.

VEHICLE BREAK-IN: An officer spoke with a resident located in the 1100 block of Stephenson Drive, Troy, about a theft from his vehicle.

He advised that sometime overnight someone entered the listed vehicle and stole an Ohio State backpack and a Magellan GPS unit. He advised that the backpack had a green folder in it with his daughter’s school transcripts. The vehicle was parked in the parking lot of the apartment complex.

May 16

VEHICLE BREAK-INS: An officer was dispatched to 1463 Skylark Dr. in reference to a theft from a vehicle complaint. An officer was dispatched to 83 Troy Towne Dr. on a theft from a motor vehicle.

An officer was dispatched to 205 1/2 N. Elm Street in reference to a theft. The reporting party discovered that his briefcase with his school books and tools for school were missing from his Black 2001 Ford F-150.

May 17

VEHICLE BREAK-INS: An officer was dispatched to 106 W. Canal Street for a theft complaint. The reporting party said his vehicle was broken into overnight. Another officer responded on the report of a theft from a vehicle that occurred over the weekend. $150 in cash was missing from the vehicle.

SKATERS TRESPASSED: Officers were dispatched to Jumpy’s in reference to subjects skateboarding on the property, and refusing to leave. Suspects located and charged with Criminal Trespassing.