Thursday, January 26

9:47 p.m. – Disturbance reported in the 700 block of Comanche Lane.  Female juvenile was reported being physical with her mother and upon officers arrival they found her in possession of a baseball bat.  Female ran into her bedroom, locked the door and refused to cooperate with the officers.  One officer was able to unlock the door with a duty knife, attempted to enter the room but it appeared the juvenile was using her weight to keep the door closed.  Once officers gained access to the room, the juvenile continued to be uncooperative.  The juvenile was eventually taken into custody, transported and incarcerated at West Central Juvenile Incarceration Facility.  She was charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest. 

Friday, January 27

00:18 a.m.- TCPD assisted MCSO on a welfare check in the 7100 block of Peters Road. 

1:55 p.m.- Disturbance in the 100 block of Miles Avenue.  Two males were in an altercation.  Both warned for disorderly conduct and ordered to go separate ways that night. 

5:21 p.m. – Warrant arrest in the 800 block of Comanche Lane.  Leonard Escobedo and a female got into a verbal argument about finances.  Escobedo became agitated and used a baseball bat to break a TV and was subsequently arrested on an active warrant out of Miami County.  He was transported to the Incarceration Facility. 

Saturday, January 28

4:20 p.m. – Unruly juveniles reported at Hickory River, 135 S. Garber Drive.  Officer dispatched on the complaint of juveniles skateboarding.  When an employee asked them to leave the property, the refused.  The three juveniles were located and warned for trespassing and not to skateboard on the property again.  Parents were contacted and made aware of the situation. 

5:13 p.m. – Traffic stop at milemarker 68 of northbound I75.  Officer had received information from dispatch and a Troy Officer there was a tan Ford Temp traveling southbound on I75 with no headlights and wasn’t maintaining lanes of travel.  Officer observed this vehicle exit at the 68 milemarker off ramp, turn right on Main Street and another right on to Weller Drive and pulled into Speedway.  The driver pulled up to a gas pump, slowly exit the vehicle and walked into the store without pumping gas.  Officer ran the registration and discovered the rightful owner did not have a valid driver’s license.  The male returned to his vehicle and officer noticed the male stagger.  The male drove away from Speedway, turned left on Main Street, drifted between lanes and then turned onto the northbound on ramp.  A traffic stop was initiated and contact was made with the driver identified as James Abbott.  He admitted he didn’t have a valid driver’s license but was working on getting it back.  In speaking with him the officer detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage being emitted from his person.  Abbot was asked and agreed to a series of field sobriety tests.  Unable to perform the tests as instructed, he was placed under arrest for OVI and not having a valid driver’s license.  Transported back to the PD, Abbott consented to a breath test with a result of .229 BAC.  Abbott was released to a sober adult. 

9:47 p.m. – Disturbance reported in the 1000 block of Arapaho Trail.  Dispatched advised officers that Dorothy Vagedes was destroying items at a residence.  While en route, dispatch advised she was leaving in a blue car.  Officer located Vagedes at a Hyatt Street residence and questioned her on the disturbance.  Another officer responded and spoke to Walter Isaacs at the Arapaho residence.  After gathering the facts both Vagedes and Isaacs were charged with Disorderly Conduct.  Both were advised to not contact each other that evening. 

Sunday, January 29

00:52 a.m. – Warrant arrest of Daniel C. Green.  Green was arrested in Montgomery County on a Tipp City Warrant.  He was incarcerated in the Miami County Jail. 

02:24 a.m. – Assist MCSO in the area of Tipp Cowlesville Road and E. Kessler Cowlesville Road.  TCPD assisted in locating Daniel Padgett.

8:49 p.m. – Telecommunications harassment in the 900 block of Sycamore Woods.  Female was being harassed by a male that she didn’t know.  This male had used Facebook messenger to contact her through her business page.  The message was deleted and the male was blocked.  The female’s phone number was attached to her business page and she started receiving text message on her cell phone.  Officer contacted this male who stated he thought he had gone to high school together and was just checking up on her.  He was advised the female wanted him to stop and he was warned for telecommunications harassment. 

Monday, January 30

8:18 a.m. – Telecommunications harassment in the 900 block of Sycamore Woods.  Andrew Huffman had previously been warned to stop communicating with the victim.  He was charged with telecommunications harassment when he continued to contact the victim. 

7:00 p.m. – Drug offense in the area of S. County Road 25A and W. Kessler Cowlesville Road.  Officer received a tip where Travis Allen could be located.  Allen had active warrants out of Miami County and could possibly have drugs on him.  When the vehicle was spotted that Allen could be a passenger in a traffic stop was initiated.  When the three active warrants were confirmed, Allen was placed under arrest.  The passenger area of the vehicle was searched and a capsule of suspected heroin was found in a cigarette pack.  A used syringe was located behind plastic molding.  Allen was transported to the Miami County Jail and served with his warrants.  He was also charged with Possession of Heroin and Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments. 

Tuesday, January 31

3:26 a.m. – Traffic stop in the 1000 block of W. Main Street.  Driver was identified as Daulton Leser and a check through LEADS showed his driver’s license was suspended.  His passenger, Anthony Willoughby, had an active warrant out of Miami County.  Willoughby was transported to the Miami County Jail where he was incarcerated.  Leser was cited for driving under suspension and two plates required.  The vehicle was towed to the city impound lot. 

8:07 a.m. – Warrant arrest in the 200 block of Woodlawn Drive.  Justin Johnson picked up on Miami County warrants.  He was transported to the Incarceration Facility. 

11:42 a.m.  Traffic stop for equipment violation at milemarker 69 of northbound I75.  The driver was identified as Twila J. Fair and reason for the stop explained.  She stated the windshield had just cracked and is getting it fixed.  Fair said she had just dropped a relative off at a local hospital for an appointment but the trash in the passenger seat led the officer to believe nobody had been sitting there.  When questioned about prior drug use, she denied using drugs.  When officer asked for a consent to search her vehicle she told him she really didn’t want him to.  When Fair was told that K9 Bob would be deployed around the vehicle she stated she didn’t want a dog around.  She then said the officer could go ahead and search.  Found in her purse was a fully loaded syringe with a tan liquid which Fair admitted it was heroin.  Fair also admitted she had five empty capsules in her bra.  Fair was charged with Possession of Heroin and Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments.  She was transported to the Miami County Jail where she was incarcerated. 

8:22 p.m. – A bag of marijuana was found on the ground near the ordering area at Hickory River, 135 S. Garber Drive.  The bag was secure in evidence and will be destroyed. 

11:45 p.m. – Traffic stop in the 500 block of W. Main Street.  Driver was identified as Dana Heckman and the officer detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana.  Heckman was asked to step out of the vehicle and officer told her his suspicions of the marijuana smell.  She admitted that she had smoked it approximately 20 minutes prior to the stop.  In searching the vehicle officer found a pipe with residue consistent with burnt marijuana in the bowl.  Heckman was charged for red reflectors required and drug paraphernalia. 

Thursday, February 2

1:51 a.m. – Liquor violation in the 10’s block of Bowman Avenue.  Officer was dispatched to a residence on a civil complaint and spoke with Jordan Schwartz about being kicked out of a residence.  While speaking with him the officer could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person.  While providing a ride to a residence on Third Street the officer asked how old he was.  Schwartz initially said 21 but when he realized the officer was checking this information he admitted he was only 20.  Schwartz was issued a citation for underage consumption.