Police reports

Information provided by the Troy Police Department:

Dec. 30

BUSINESS INCIDENT: A breaking and entering report was made at The Tavern.

ROYAL INN: The reporting party turned over drug paraphernalia found in a motel room. The property was marked to be destroyed.

Dec. 31

OVERDOSE: Officers were dispatched to the Royal Inn at 1210 Brukner Drive in reference to an overdose. The caller, Joshua E. Jenkins, was arrested on two outstanding warrants out of Montgomery County for assault and theft. Blythe Anderson was treated with Narcan. She was charged with possession of heroin, possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. Four capsules were found in the motel room.

Jan. 3

OVERDOSE: An officer responded to 423 S. Market Street for a drug overdose. Two needles were recovered at the scene. The subject was charged with drug abuse and instruments.

POSSESSION: Following a traffic stop, Zachery Parson was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Jan. 5

OVERDOSE: An officer responded to the 500 block of South Crawford Street for a male who overdosed on heroin.

PARKING COMPLAINT: Officers issued a parking violation to Bryon Frees, owner of a red Mustang that was parked in the grass of a backyard in the 600 block of Union Street. Frees was cited for junk motor vehicle and parking on the lawn.

THEFT: A theft was reported at Walmart.

OVERDOSE: Bryan Gearhart was charged with drug abuse following an apparent overdose in the 1000 block of Nutmeg Square.

CAP FOUND: An officer responded to the Franklin House Abuse Shelter on found property. An employee stated that a cap with suspected heroin was found on the upstairs bathroom floor. It is unknown who is the owner of it. The officer took the cap with an off-white powder in it and placed it into property to be destroyed.

Jan. 6

ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL: Officers approached a driver who appeared to be asleep at the wheel of a red pick-up truck while waiting for a train on Staunton Road at Michigan Avenue. The driver, Charles Perkins, “seemed confused” as he had just woke up. Perkins was cited due to driving under suspension. He was also charged with impeding traffic. The truck was towed and Perkins was released at the scene.

OVERDOSE: Joshua Justice and Amber Nash were transported to Upper Valley Medical Center for an apparent overdose.

THEFT: A theft report from United Dairy Farmers were reported.

SHOPLIFTING: A report of shoplifting was made at Kohl’s. Nancy Wisniewski was charged with theft and drug possession.

DRUG TRAFFICKING: Marquis Purter, 29, of Dayton was charged with second degree felony possession of drugs (crack cocaine) and drug abuse after he was arrested following a foot pursuit through the Westbrook and Main street area. Purter was arrested in an apartment complex’s laundry room. Purter had two active warrants in Miami and Montgomery counties. The driver of the vehicle, Ana Lawson, of Dayton, was charged with speed, OVI, and prohibited concentration.

Jan. 7

TEXTING: An officer witnessed a subject run a red light on Market and Franklin streets. The driver was cited for texting while driving and warned for the red light violation.

OVI: A driver, David Mathis Jr., was arrested for OVI over 0.17 percent, OVI, and no headlights on.

ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL IN TACO BELL DRIVE-THRU: Aroudn 3 a.m. officers responded to 1420 W.

Main St. (Taco Bell) on a report of e female subject sleeping in her vehicle in the driver thru lane. The subject was initally arrested for OVI after failing field sobriety tests, but provided a 0.009 percent BAC on the breathlyzer test. The female said she had been working a lot and had been awake for more than 24 hours. She said she simply fell asleep while waiting in line for food. She was not charged.