Bethel Township

Saturday. May13

10:30 p.m. – Disturbance reported in the 6200 block of US Route 40. Contact was made with a male who stated he was trying to gather his belongings to leave the residence. He stated his girlfriend would not allow him in the residence. While speaking with the girlfriend, she advised she wanted the male to leave and then willingly let him into the residence to gather his belongings. She confirmed to the deputy that the male was only taking his belongings. She was informed on the procedures to get a protection order. The male willingly returned the house key and was told he was trespassed from the property.

Sunday, May 14

00:54 a.m. – Deputy responded back to the residence in the 6200 block of US Route 40. Victim stated when her ex-boyfriend moved out, he took items not belonging to him.

11:00 p.m. – Deputy was dispatched to Huber Health Center emergency room on a rape complaint that occurred in the 6200 block of US Route 40. Case has been turned over to a detective for follow up.

Monday, May 15

10:56 a.m. – Criminal damaging reported in the 1800 block of S. Dayton Brandt Road. RP called to report approximately 1,000 feet of fence line sustained damage from a farmer knocking over trees, pushing the trunks into the fence. The owner of the farm land had contracted with a new company this year. The company was at the farm four to six weeks before, cut down the trees and pushed them into the woods resulting in the fence damage. The RP contacted the land owner who in turn contacted the company. The company said they would fix the damage, but to date hasn’t. Deputy was unsuccessful in contacting the land owner. At this time, the farming company is unknown. Case pending.

Tuesday, May 16

5:40 p.m. – Civil dispute in the 9300 block of Bellefontaine Road. No further information available.

Wednesday, May 17

8:29 a.m. – Telecommunication harassment in the 6200 block of US Route 40. Female was receiving inappropriate messages on Facebook and text from her ex-boyfriend.

8:51 a.m. – Telecommunication harassment in the 6800 block of US Route 40. RP responded to Sheriff’s Office to make the report. He showed the deputy a text conversation between him and another male. This conversation consisted of both individuals exchanging derogatory comments to each other, saying that they would kill one another. It was explained to the RP that his involvement could also be interpreted as telephone harassment. The RP requested the deputy call the number and advise the male to stay away from him and his family. Deputy was able to speak with the male and he was not cooperative, would not answer all of the deputy’s questions. He was informed to stop calling and texting the RP’s phone. He was further advised to stay away from him and his family. The male stated the only reason he was doing this was because the RP was threating the his wife. The phone conversation ended soon after that. The RP was advised to refrain from calling and texting the male. RP denied threating the male’s unknown wife.

Thursday, May 18

3:50 p.m. – Traffic stop for failing to display a front license plate in the area of Scarff Road and E. State Route 571. Contact was made with the driver, reason for the stop explained and requested to see his driver’s license. Jeffrey Hammons advised he did not have a valid license but handed over his Ohio I.D. card. Hammons received a citation for failure to display and driving under a non-compliance suspension. He was picked up from the scene by a licensed driver.

Friday, May 19

11:11 a.m. – Welfare check in the 6700 block of US Route 40. Deputy responded to residence for a woman reported making threats to harm herself and other individuals. After speaking with her, she decided to be transported by Bethel Medics to UVMC for evaluation.

Saturday, May 20

1:46 a.m. – Disturbance reported in the 7200 block of S. State Route 202. Deputies reported to residence for a disturbance in progress between a male and female. The female was reportedly outside of the residence, banging on doors and windows. She was also reported to be attempting to damage a vehicle in the driveway. The disturbance reportedly became physical with no harm. The female left prior to the deputies’ arrival.

Monroe Township

Saturday. May 13

2:57 p.m. – Trespassing complaint in the 2000 block of W. State Route 571. RP was a third party caller. A family member took the male from the property back to his residence.

Sunday, May 14

8:02 p.m. – Civil dispute in the 3300 block of Lilac Lane. Dispute concerned custody issues. Contact was made with a male and child at La Fiesta in Troy. The child was returned to the mother at her residence.

Monday, May 15

7:02 p.m. – Accident with injuries in the area of W. Kessler Cowlesville and Peters Road. A male driver was transported to Miami Valley Hospital by care flight for head lacerations. A female driver was issued a citation for failure to yield and sustained no injuries in the accident.

Wednesday, May 17

10:18 a.m. – Burglary not in progress in the 1100 block of Lightner Road. A set of finger prints were collected and the case is pending.

2:53 p.m. – Theft not in progress in the 7000 block of S. County Road 25A. Deputy responded to Koester Pavilion in regards to a theft of a purse. The victim stated she left her purse on a bench at 7060 S. County Road 25A. Deputy was able to locate the purse at this address and returned it to the victim.