Bethel Township

Thursday, January 12

5:30 p.m. – Littering in the 3700 block of Rudy Road.  Upon arrival on scene, deputy observed a large pile of brush on the side of the road.  Dispatch advised a witness observed a male in a white truck dump the limbs on the side of the road.  This person was also able to provide a license plate number.  Contact was made with the property owner and she stated she wished to pursue charges.  The registration was run through LEADS and the owner and address were identified.  Deputy responded to the 200 block of S. Dorset and spoke with the registered owner of the truck.  He denied the dumping and further stated he had allowed a friend to use the truck but was unwilling to provide a name.  Another male who lived at the residence advised he would respond and pick up the brush.  Deputy returned to the scene and spoke with a female.  She stated she saw a male in his early 20’s, approximately 5’10”, tall and dark hair that dumped the brush.  She stated they made eye contact as he continued dumping.  A photo was shown to the female and she stated the image looked like the male dumping the brush.  The male showed up to pick up the brush and he was asked to shed some light on who dumped the brush.  The male admitted the brush was from his house and he paid a roommate $10 to take it to the dump.  On Jan. 13 contact was made with Dale White at his residence on Dorset Drive.  Deputy explained the facts that he had collected on this case.  White stated he was wrong for initially denying he dumped the brush but advised he wished to admit his actions.  White was given a citation for littering. 

Saturday, January 14

9:45 p.m. – Traffic stop for equipment violation in the area of S. State Route 202 and E. State Route 571.  Deputy observed vehicle that did not have a working license plate light.  Contact was made with the driver, Douglas Renner and reason for the stop explained.  After running Renner’s license through LEADS he was found to be suspended.  Renner was cited for driving under suspension and not having a working license plate light.  Another male arrived on scene and took possession of the vehicle. 

Sunday, January 15

9:30 p.m. – Abandoned vehicle in the area of S. State Route 202 and Tipp Elizabeth Road.  A 48-hour tow sticker was place on the rear window the vehicle. 

Monday, January 16

9:33 a.m. – Theft of a trash can reported in the 8000 block of New Carlisle Road. 

10:56 a.m. – Civil dispute in the 7800 block of Newbury Road.  RP called dispatch to report a violation of a child custody.  RP advised he is supposed to have his children for the holiday and has been unable to make contact with the mother.  He advised he had left messages and not heard back.  He also went to the residence but no one answered the door.  RP requested the incident be documented for his attorney. 

Wednesday, January 18

5:20 p.m. – Accident with injury reported I the area of US Route 40 and Palmer Road. 

Monroe Township

Saturday, January 7

4:23 p.m. – Fraud reported in the 3400 block of W. Monroe Concord Road.  Victim had five (5) charges posted on his debit card on this day’s date.  The charges were made at a Marathon gas station, Frisch’s Big Boy in Huber Heights, McDonalds and two separate Speedway gas stations.  The bank had recently mailed a new debit card but the victim had not received it.  He spoke with the bank and discovered it was mailed to an address where he no longer resided.  The victim spoke with management at the Frisch’s about getting a copy of video footage of the person using the card.  Deputy responded to the address where the card had been mail and spoke with Ceirra Littlejohn.  At first Littlejohn denied possession of the missing debit card, but eventually admitted to receiving it in the mail.  She also admitted to using it in two locations, Taco Bell and a gas station in Troy.  She further stated after using it she threw it away in a trash can on the side of the road.  In the following days, the deputy again contacted the victim who had text messages from Littlejohn admitting the use of the card.  After further investigation and review of recorded video footage, Ceirra Littlejohn was charged with Misuse of a Credit Card on Jan. 12. 

Wednesday, January 11

3:39 p.m. – Theft reported in the 3400 block of Neal Person Road. On Jan.10 the victim had fraudulent charge of $62.92 made at Cesar’s Palace in Atlantic City.  A report was needed for the credit card company. 

4:19 p.m. – Fraud reported in the 3200 block of Dogwood Drive.  RP received an email from an alleged company claiming to be a “secret shopper program”.  It directed the RP to evaluate and survey local stores.  RP responded to the email and received paperwork with a $2,500 check.  The letter stated the RP needed to deposit the check, take $350 for commission and the wire the other funds.  The RP wire transferred $1,056 to separate times.  One transfer was to Virginia and the other to Texas.  By the time the RP realized this was a scam, she was out a total of $2,112 and the check that she had deposited bounced.  Lost prevention at the Walmart Stores in Virginia and Texas were contacted and asked to contact the deputy if they locate any useful information on the transfers. 

Sunday, January 15

1:02 p.m. – Loss or theft of property in the 300 block of Shoop Road.  Victim stated sometime the prior week, somebody either stole or he lost his bag of prescription medication.  The incident was document so he can provide the proper documentation to his doctor to receive a new prescription. 

Monday. January 16

2:14 p.m. – Criminal damage in the 3900 block of S. State Route 571.  RP advised an unknow person(s) drove in the front yard causing damage.  RP will email the deputy a copy of his video footage of the vehicle and damage.  Case pending

4:51 p.m. – Civil dispute reported in the 3600 block of Gingham Frederick Road. 

Wednesday, January 18

10:27 p.m. – Assist Tipp City Police in the 132 block of Maynard Drive.  Deputy heard over dispatch that the TCPD had an armed and barricaded man identified as Tyler Horn.  Two MC Deputies responded to the scene to assist.  The situation was resolved when Horn put his gun down and came out into the reach of officers in front of the apartment.  Horn was wrestled to the ground by two officers and taken into custody.  TCPD would be issuing the charges and incarcerating Horn.