Police reports


Nov. 3

BURGLARY: A deputy responded to the 1700 block of Troy-Sidney Road, Staunton Twp., in reference to a burglary complaint. After investigation, a BB gun was recovered from the scene.

Nov. 4

ASSIST SQUAD: A deputy responded to the 6200 block of State Route 40, Sunshine mobile home park for an assist squad call. EMS was not able to revive the patient and he was pronounced deceased.

ASSAULT: Deputies were dispatched to a shots fired call at 2544 State Route 718, Concord Twp. A subject left the scene prior to law enforcement arrival and was later located at UVMC with a hand injury. Deputies and detectives investigated the scene and all subjects involved, resulting in Doug Clegg, 49, of West Milton, being chareged with second-degree felonious assault and Randy Hawkins, 49, of Piqua, being arrested for second-degree felonious assault and fourth-degree felony improper handling of a firearm. This case is pending further investigation.

STOLEN VEHICLES: While on patrol in the listed area, a deputy located two motorcycles in the 8000 block of Sullivan Road, Tipp City. The deputy ran the first motorcycle’s VIN number through LEADS and it was found to be stolen out of Beavercreek. Beavercreek Police responded on scene and towed their stolen motorcycle. The second motorcycle (Honda) was stripped down to just the frame. The VIN number was filed off.

ASSAULT: Deputies responded to the 7000 block of North Rangeline Road, Newberry Twp., on the report of a disturbance. After further investigation, the suspect was located and incarcerated on a charge of felonious assault

Nov. 5

DOG ISSUE: A deputy responded to the 4800 block of Versailles Road, Piqua, for an animal complaint. It was found that the complainant’s dog was shot when it got off of its dog line and ran towards a neighboring property. At this time it is not clear who shot the dog or why. This case is pending investigation.

DISORDERLY: A deputy responded to the 4000 block of Crane Road in reference to an unknown disturbance. While enroute dispatch advised one of the subjects was outside due to the home owner locking them out. At the conclusion of the complaint, Nicholas Yantis, 19, at-large, was taken into custody for Disorderly Conduct and Underage Consumption.

FRAUD: A resident in the 2900 block of Walnut Ridge Drive, Troy, reported someone had fraudulently made a duplicate check and cashed it using a mobile banking app.

OVERDOSE: Deputies responded to the 3000 block of Farrington Road, Washington Twp., on a possible heroin overdose. Mike Ault called and advised his son, Matt Ault, was not breathing. He further advised his lips were turning blue and CPR was started. A deputy who arrived first on scene found Matt in his bedroom on the bed. The deputy reported he was not able to get a pulse and he was not breathing. His brother Ryan and the deputy moved him to the floor so the deputy could start CPR. Matt then started showing signs of agonal breathing. EMS arrived on scene and also administered Narcan. Matt then woke up and started talking to us. Matt was transported to UVMC by EMS. Case pending.

Nov. 6

ASSAULT: A deputy was dispatched to the Miami County Incarceration Facility in reference a fight between two inmates. At the conclusion of the investigation, both inmates Joshua Obert, 22, of Peebles, and Justin Johnson, 28, of Dayton, were charged with assault.

SCHOOL ISSUE: Miami County Sheriff’s Office SRO Karn was informed by Newton High School administration of a student using a Google search of “concerning content.” Karn also investigated a report of a student taking inappropriate photos of a female.