Information provided by the Troy Police Department:
OVERDOSE: A male subject reportedly overdosed in the South Walnut and Lafayette area in Troy.
VEHICLE VIOLATIONS: Officers responded to the 1000 block of Race Street on a wrecked vehicle being dropped off in the grass. Four vehicles were found to be violating the city’s ordinance regarding disabled vehicles. The officer advised the owner he had seven days to correct the violations.
QUICK CHANGE ARTISTS: An officer responded to West Market Street Speedway in reference to a theft by two quick change artists on March 30.
The manager said a black male in his mid-50s and a black female with white hair, also in her mid-50’s, bought a few items. During their transactions they quick changed the cashier for a total of $639. Video from the surveillance system will be obtained.
DRUG CHARGES: Officers responded to the Royal Inn due to suspicious activity. Kody Francis, 23, of Troy, was arrested for two warrants and possession of crystal meth. Shelby Green, 20, of Troy, was also arrested on multiple drug charges.
PUBLIC INTOX: A male subject was stumbling across the North Market Street Bridge. He was extremely intoxicated. The officer gave the male a ride home and he was cited for disorderly conduct.
STOLEN ITEMS: A resident in the 1000 block of Winchester Drive, Troy, reported a fishing reel, scouting pendant and change all valued around $80 missing from his truck.
A resident in the 1000 block of Skylark also reported items missing from her car. She reported 13 cents was missing.
A resident in the 1000 block of Hunters Ridge reported $300 worth of gift cards missing from his vehicle.
VANDALISM: A resident in the 400 block of Herrlinger Way, Troy, reported signs at the park were damaged with swastikas spray painted on them.
WARRANT: A disturbance was reported in the 400 block of South Walnut Street. A subject had a warrant out of Clark County and was arrested.
THEFT: A female was charged with theft after she was found to be concealing clothes and medicine at the West Main Street CVS store. Diana Kessler later returned to the store and began stealing items again and was cited.
DECEASED: Troy officers responded to a report of a deceased person in one of the rooms of the hotel. The occupant was confirmed to be deceased so a detective was called to the scene and the case was turned over to that department.