Miami County Sheriff Office reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Nov. 5

HEROIN OVERDOSE: (Editor’s note: Report was released on Nov. 14) A deputy was dispatched to Miami County Jail in regards to a female inmate, Cristina Candido, 27, of Union Twp., who was found unresponsive. Jail staff had administered two dosages of Narcan to the female prior to arrival. Cristina had reportedly overdosed yesterday prior to being incarcerated and was medically cleared by UVMC. The inmate was transported to UVMC. A deputy spoke to Cristina at UVMC. She stated she was in a lot of pain and was having trouble hearing. Cristina stated that she had snorted powder heroin in jail and was not sure what had happened after that. Before being transported to UVMC, she had placed powder heroin and two twenty dollar bills into a body cavity. Cristina advised that today she had taken the heroin out and snorted some, and then wrapped the remaining amount in toilet paper and placed it into her body cavity once again. The remaining contraband was removed and it was booked into the Miami County Property Room. After being medically cleared, Cristina was transported back to Miami County Jail. Cristina was ineligible to through the body scanner due to possibly being pregnant. Cristina was charged for Illegal Conveyance and is currently incarcerated. The contraband seized was requested to be sent off to the Crime Lab for further testing.

Nov. 10

OPEN CONTAINER: A deputy received a complaint about a truck driving recklessly in the Upper Valley Career Center parking lot. After locating the vehicle and talking with the driver he was cited for open container and trespassed from the property.

SCHOOL INCIDENT: A student advised a deputy about another student bragging and showing off marijuana they had in their book bag. Officials spoke with the student and they admitted to having marijuana in their book bag. The officer collected the marijuana from the student and they were escorted to the office. School officials gave the student the proper school discipline and the deputy cited the student with drug possession.

Nov. 11

BREAKING AND ENTERING: A complaint was filed at Chaney’s Nursery.

THEFT: A Troy resident reported 18 Percocet pills disappeared from her purse when she was at work on Oct. 23. She works at Koester Pavilion and had the prescription in her purse inside the building at work.

Nov. 12

POSSESSION: A driver was arrested for possession of drugs and trafficking drugs after a traffic stop in the 6000 block of State Route 55, Union Twp.

TRESPASSING: A deputy was patrolling the bike path near Dye Mill Road when he heard dirt bikes riding on property belonging to Martin Marietta Aggregates. Three individuals were located and charged with criminal trespassing.

Nov. 14

JAIL INCIDENT: A fight between two inmates was reported at the Incarceration Facility. Both inmates were charged with assault.

Nov. 15

K9 DETAIL: At the request of Springfield Police, K9 Bear assisted in a drug sweep of Springfield High School in the parking lot.

FRAUD: The reporting party stated an unknown subject made up fake check with Apple Farm Services on it. They had the correct routing number and account number at the bottom of the check. The subject then made the check payable to a male subject in the amount of $992.07. The signature at the bottom of the check was also forged.

THEFT: A subject reported $35 was stolen from a resident’s room at Koester Pavilion. The money was in place the night before and was missing the next morning. The reporting party said several thefts had been reported and a former employee was dismissed recently who may have been involved. Case pending.

Nov. 16

ACCIDENT: While investigating a non-injury accident at the intersection of Looney Road and N. County Road 25-A, Piqua, it was found that the drivers of units one and two were both under a failure to reinstate license suspension. Both drivers also admitted to not having insurance. Both drivers were cited for driving under suspension.

Nov. 17

SCHOOL INCIDENT: A parent called to see if her son was at the middle school. School officials and the school resource officer responded to the home and found the student. The SRO and school counselor transported the student to the school. It was noted the student had not been to school since Nov. 10.

NEIGHBOR COMPLAINT: A resident in the 4000 block of Rosedale Avenue, Tipp City, reported a neighbor was purposely blowing leaves in his yard.

SUSPICIOUS: An officer responded to the 5000 block of Rudy Road, Bethel Twp. in reference to a suspicious complaint. After an investigation an adult male was arrested on a warrant out of Clark County.

POSSESSION: A deputy made contact with a male walking south bound on S. County Road at Stone Circle Drive. The male was found to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The subject was cited and released.

ACCIDENT: A deputy responded to the 300 block of Washington Road, Troy, on the report of an injury accident. Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the accident. A blood sample was collected from the driver. The case is pending the results from the lab.