Wednesday, December 28
8:22 p.m. – Theft not in progress in the 100 block of Maynard Drive. RP stated a friend stole items from his home. He said on the morning of Dec. 27 the female paid him a visit and asked to borrow money. The RP said when he refused she went into the kitchen and took keys for his car, apartment, bank safety deposit box and a key chain holder that contained his driver’s license, two bank cards and $500 in cash. The RP further stated the female called him the evening of Dec. 27 and demanded $2500 in exchange for his property. On Dec. 29 charges were filed on Stacey Shoop for theft.
Thursday, December 29
2:20 a.m. – Traffic stop in the 1200 block of W. Main Street. Contact made with the driver identified as David Michael Frost. While speaking with him a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on or about his breath. Frost was asked and agreed to submit to a series of standardized field sobriety tests. Unable to complete them as instructed, Frost was placed into custody for suspicion of OVI. At the PD he was read the BMV2255 form and refused a breath test. Frost was issued a citation for OVI, tire squealing, marked lanes and released.
3:19 p.m. – Traffic stop initiated for Troy Police at the south bound mile marker 68. Troy Police requested dispatch notify surrounding agencies that their suspects had left the scene at Walmart in a black Dodge Ram. Tipp officer spotted the vehicle at the 68 south bound on ramp and caught up with the vehicle south of there. Observing a marked lane violation, a traffic stop was initiated. The truck continued south at approximately 70 mph, with speed reaching 80 mph the vehicle exited onto westbound I70. Dayton Post of the Ohio State Patrol was requested to set up spike strips if possible. As the pursuit neared Hoke Road in Englewood on I70, dispatch advised that the OSP was in the area and would attempt to throw spike strips just before Hoke Road. Officer observed the troopers throw the spike and the suspect vehicle swerved right, cutting off traffic to avoid the spikes. The driver was unable to avoid them, the front tire began to deflate and he exited at Hoke Road. The driver, Sean Black and passenger, Darnell Davis were ordered out of the truck and onto the ground where they were taken into custody. Both were transported to the TCPD and read their Miranda Warnings. Officers were interviewing both Black and Davis when they received a call from the Secret Service halting the interviews. An agent was en route to complete the interviews. Sean Black is currently incarcerated on four counts of forgery and one count of Tampering With Evidence, Failure to Comply/Fleeing/Eluding and Driving Under Suspension. Darnell Davis is currently incarcerated on three counts of forgery, two counts of Theft and one count of Tampering With Evidence. Tipp officer prepared charges of felony failure to comply with a police order or signal, traffic citation for driving under suspension and marked lanes.
5:07 p.m. – Theft reported at CVS, 914 W. Main Street. RP informed the officer that William C. Snell had stolen three 12-count cases of soda worth $4.99 each. The officer viewed the footage recorded of the theft. After viewing the footage, the officer spoke with an employee and requested a statement. This employee stated she had spoken with other employees and nobody had rung up a purchase for him. On Dec. 29 William C Snell was trespassed from CVS Pharmacy and charged with a misdemeanor theft.
8:59 p.m. – Disturbance in the 1200 block of Sequoia Court. Male and female in verbal argument. Both warned for disorderly conduct and male left for a walk to cool off.
Friday, December 30
12:26 p.m. – Attempted burglary reported in the 600 block of Lantana Court. A garage entry door frame was split from an unknown person(s) pushing in on the door. No entry to the garage appears to have been made.
7:33 p.m. – Traffic stop in the area of S. County Road 25A and W. Kessler Cowlesville Road. Contact was made with the driver Christian B. Koenig and reason for the stop explained. Koenig explained that he had purchased the vehicle and had forgotten to switch the registration from the previous owner. While speaking with him the officer detected a distinct odor of raw marijuana emitting from the vehicle. When asked, Koenig denied smoking marijuana that evening and he didn’t have any in the vehicle. When asked why the officer could smell it, he finally admitted he had a bag of “weed” in the car. When asked how much, he responded “a lot”. When a second officer arrived, Koenig was asked and agreed to a series of standardized field sobriety tests. After the completion of the tests, it was determined he was not under the influence of alcohol or marijuana. His vehicle was impounded due to the expired registration, the vehicle was not currently registered to him and the marijuana. Upon searching the vehicle plastic baggie was found in the center console which contained 20.4 grams of marijuana. Also found was a pipe with burnt marijuana in the bowl and a brown golf tee with marijuana residue on the tip. Christian Koenig was cited for Expired Registration and Possession Of Marijuana and provided a ride to his residence.
9:09 p.m. – Theft not in progress at Menards, 75 Weller Drive. Chain saw stolen from the back of a pickup truck. Investigation pending
Monday, January 2
5:44 p.m. – Taco Bell, 985 W. Main Street reports a theft of $411.59.
Wednesday, January 4
7:54 a.m. – Welfare check in the 1700 block of Curry Branch.
10:36 a.m. – Fraud reported in the 600 block of W. Broadway. Unknown person(s) opened a line of credit using the victim’s name and info without her permission. The credit card was used in Wixon, MI to purchase $666.73 worth of merchandise. The company put a freeze on the account and will start an investigation.
9:00 p.m. – Theft not in progress at Speedway, 1000 W. Main Street. A white male was in line and when it was his turn asked for four (4) packs of Marlboro’s. He then asked for a can of chewing tobacco and when the clerk turned around to get it, the male picked up the cigarettes and left the store without paying. Officer will be viewing a security video, case pending.