Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Oct. 4

THEFT: A resident in the 1600 block of North Forest Hill Road, Troy, reported there were several items stolen out of her vehicle, barn and attached garage during the night time. The case is pending.

Oct. 5

UNRULY JUVENILE: The Upper Valley Career Center SRO spoke with a student who advised he has been getting harassed by another student. Also one of the students were making false statements reference the other bringing a gun to school to shoot him.

JUVENILE ISSUE: A deputy was dispatched to West Central on a assault not in progress. After further investigation two juveniles had been found to have assaulted juvenile detention facility staff.

Oct. 6

DRUG POSSESSION: A deputy initiated a traffic stop on the listed vehicle for a moving violation in the 2400 block of State Route 202, Staunton Twp. After further investigation, the deputy located marijuana, a multi-colored smoking pipe (with burnt marijuana residue) and a clear plastic baggie with a white powdery substance inside. The driver identified the white powdery substance as cocaine. All contraband located was booked into evidence. The white powdery substance will be sent to the Miami Valley Regional Crime lab for further testing. No charges were filed at this time.

OVI: A deputy responded to an assist motorist report in the 4000 block of Fenner Road, Concord Twp. The driver was charged with OVI.

Oct. 7

OVI: A deputy responded to a report of a vehicle left in a ditch in the area of East State Route 55 and Old Staunton Road, Troy. The driver was charged with OVI and failure to control.

OVI: A deputy stopped a vehicle for a speed violation in the 2800 block of West Main Street, Troy. Driver was arrested on suspicion of OVI. Driver was cited with OVI and speed and released.

THEFT: A deputy responded to the 4000 block of S. County Road 25-A, Monroe Twp. address in reference to a theft complaint. This case is pending further investigation.

TRESPASSING: A deputy assisted Tipp City Police with a suspicious complaint at 3519 S. County Road 25A, Circle K. 2 subjects were outside the business acting suspicious and the complainant requested them checked on. Both subjects later left and were seen entering a shed at Miami County Barns LLC in the area. Both subjects were located inside a shed at the

business. Both were warned for trespassing, and disorderly conduct by Tipp City Police. Both subjects left the scene without incident.

Oct. 8

HARASSMENT: The Upper Valley Career Center’s SRO was contacted by three students reference being harassed by an unknown person through text messages and blocked phone calls. The SRO was able to trace a number for the subject and charges will be filed.

TRESPASSING: Amanda Carl and Michael Underwood were found camped out behind Knickerbocker Pools and Spas by an employee. The two were trespassed from the property and given a ride to Love’s Truck Stop near the southern county line. The two are making their way to the southwest part of the U.S.

THEFT: Joe Johnson Chevrolet reported one of their cars were broken into and the center dash navigation screen was stolen out of it.

OVERDOSE: Deputies responded to Burton Road, Casstown, for a squad call. Male subject overdosed and was taken to the hospital by Troy medics.

ACCIDENT: A deputy responded to an accident with injuries in the area of State Route 48 and Myers Road in Newton Township. A single vehicle traveling West on Myers Road lost control and struck a ditch, causing the vehicle to roll before coming to final rest. The driver was transported to Upper Valley Medical Center by Pleasant Hill EMS for his injuries.

SUSPICIOUS: A deputy responded to the 2100 block of Hemm Road, Washington Twp., for a male who found an arrow stuck in his yard. The deputy observed the area where the arrow was located and looked at the direction where the area came from. The deputy also searched the area where it was believed the arrow came from and spoke with a few people outside their residences. Nobody knew of anyone who had a bow in the area. The homeowner requested a report in case if anything happened in the future

Oct. 9

PIZZA FIGHT: A deputy was dispatched to the 8000 block of Mulberry Grove-Rakestraw, Newberry Twp. in reference to a domestic dispute. The dispute was over cheesy bread purchased at Little Caesar’s. Both parties agreed to leave each other alone for the remainder of the evening and revisit the issue in the morning when they both have cooled off.

K9 DETAIL: K9 Bear was walked through Newton Schools for a drug sniff.

FICTITIOUS PLATES: A deputy conducted a traffic stop for fictitious registration on a blue Chevrolet Trailblazer at Amherst Avenue and Candlewood, Piqua. The plates on the vehicle came back to a yellow Mitsubishi. The deputy identified the driver as, Austin Cooper and found his driving privileges to be suspended. Mr. Cooper was issued a citation for driving under suspension and fictitious registration. Lumpkin’s Towing responded to the location and removed the vehicle.

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE: A resident in the 3000 block of State Route 48, Newton Twp. requested to speak to an officer in reference to some suspicious activity. The resident reported over the past few weeks a white Chevrolet Equinox has been seen sitting in his driveway. It has been there twice during the hours of 7-9 a.m. and once during the hours of 3-4 p.m. He said there appears to be only a driver in the vehicle. He had no other information about the vehicle other than white Chevrolet Equinox. He was requesting some extra checks around his residence at the mentioned times above. The deputy advised him to call 911 when it is observed again sitting in his driveway.

JAIL ISSUE: A deputy responded to the Miami County Jail in reference to a drug complaint. An unknown pill was located in property being booked into the jail. After identifying the property and corresponding agency, it was determined that the pill could be destroyed. It was later placed into evidence to be destroyed at a later date.

GUN FOUND: A deputy responded to the area of County Road 25A and Estates Drive in Monroe Township in reference to a property call. Upon arrival a Glock 19 semi automatic pistol in 9mm was located on the side of the roadway. On scene, 12 9mm rounds, a holster and magazine baseplate were located in the area as well. All items were photographed and collected. They were later placed into evidence at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office. Contact was later made with the last known owner who had sold it to a friend, who later called and reported that it had been taken from his vehicle in the 6000 block of Roberta Drive, sometime in the last several days. This case is pending further investigation.