Troy Police Department reports

Information provided by the Troy Police Department:

Sept. 20

OVI: Kody Williams, 24, of Troy, was charged with failure to control and OVI following a traffic incident on Imperial Court and Stonyridge Avenue.

OVERDOSE: Matthew Priest, 35, of Troy, was charged with inducing panic following his apparent overdose in the 300 block of S. Short Street. Priest was revived with four doses of Narcan by Troy medics.

Sept. 22

STOLEN VAN: Officers responded to 21 N. Mullberry Street on a report of a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was reported as a brown Dodge van that was headed toward Main Street. The complainant, identified as Patrick Turner, who advised that the he worked for Miami County Recovery Counsel (MCRC). His client, Sean Neikirk, 35, at-large, just drove off in a van which belongs to MCRC. Turner advised Neikirk is two days into detoxing from heroin and has been staying at the MCRC house. Turner stated Neikirk had been acting strangely prior to taking the van. Turner stated the keys to the van were hanging in the office of the house.

The van was eventually found to be a 2005 Ford Freestar and was described as gray/taupe. The vehicle registration stated the van was dark blue. After further investigation, the officer had the van entered as a Stolen Vehicle. The officer completed charges against Neikirk for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle and forwarded it to the Municipal Court. The officer also completed a citation for DUS and Hit/Skip for Neikirk and sent his copy to the court.

Sept. 23

OVERDOSE: Joseph Bradley Jr., 32, was charged with inducing panic following a drug overdose in the 1000 bock of Stephenson Drive. Bradley Jr. received four doses of Narcan and transported to the hospital.

Sept. 24

ROYAL INN WARRANT: Tariq Belcher, 45, of Dayton, was at the Royal Inn and he had an active warrant for his arrest. Officer arrived and had dispatch was advised to confirm the warrant from Logan County. An officer observed a glass pipe sitting in plain view, on a night stand. The female, Kayla Calvert, 26, of Troy, stated it belonged to her. She allowed the officer to search her bags as well. Nothing else was located. Dispatch advised Logan County refused to confirm the warrant. They stated they could not reach a bailiff to confirm the warrant. An officer unhandcuffed Tariq and left.

UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION: An officer was checking Duke Park when they observed a vehicle driving around near the baseball field. The officer stopped the vehicle and made contact with the occupants Kelsey C. Arden, 18, of Versailles, and Jose A. Garcia Aleves, 18, of Vandalia. When an officer asked them for their IDs, the officer observed a bottle of Smirnoff Vodka to plain view. Further in the investigation, another officer located a bottle of Napoleon Brandy under the passenger seat. A friend responded and picked them up. The pair were charged with underage consumption.

JUVENILE POSSESSION OF DRUGS: An officer observed a vehicle in the parking lot of Archer Park after hours around 12:22 a.m. Four juveniles were located along with a large amount of marijuana inside the vehicle. One juvenile was arrested and transported to juvenile detention, the other three were released to their parents.

Sept. 25

THEFT: A report of tools and a trailer was made in the 2300 block of West Main Street.

Sept. 27

JUVENILE ISSUE: Troy Junior High SRO located three missing female juveniles under the North Market Street bridge during school hours. They were returned back into school.

Sept. 29

ASSAULT ON AN OFFICER: Officer responded to the 1300 block of Imperial court to assist the Troy Fire Department with a highly intoxicated male with abdominal pain. Thomas A. Clarke refused medical treatment and was arrested for assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He was placed in the Miami County Jail.

Sept. 30

MOJO NO GO: Officers were dispatched to Mojo’s bar in reference to a disturbance. Two employees said they wanted Randall Kimmel to leave the bar. He was told repeatedly to leave and refused to cooperate. He was arrested for criminal trespass and disorderly conduct and incarcerated.

Oct. 1

RUN FOR THE BORDER: Coeby Carnes was charged with possession of marijuana when a complaint of possible OVI was made at the Taco Bell drive-through.

Oct. 2

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported in the 200 block of Lafayette Street. Case is pending.

TRESPASSING: An officer warned Roger Taylor for open container and criminal trespass after he was found asleep in the gazebo in Brukner Park by the w. He was given information for the Buckeye House and left the property. Another officer located Gage White on the northside of the library. He claimed he was using the library electricity to charge his cell phone and the wifi to play an online game. White was warned previously to not trespass or loiter on library property. He was warned again for criminal trespass and then left.

Oct. 6

WARRANT: Kaleb Jenkins ran from officers and hid on the back porch of a home in the 400 block of Stonyridge. He was incarcerated without further incident.

BURGLARY: A possible break-in the 1400 block of Henley Road was reported. Case pending.

Oct. 7

OVI: An officer responded to the West Market Street Speedway for disorderly subject. The female was located and arrested for OVI.

JUVENILE POSSESSION: Officer checked a vehicle found in a city park. Juveniles were found to be the occupants and had a baggie with a small amount of marijuana . They were charged with curfew and one was charged with possession of marijuana and released to their parents.

Oct. 8

THEFT: A lawn mower was reported stolen from the 1300 block of Sussex Road.