Thursday, July 13
10:19 – Found drug abuse instrument in the 400 block of N. Third Street. RP found a syringe in the backyard. The syringe was collected as found property.
1:05 p.m. – Miami County Sheriff requested K9 Bob respond to the area of Donn Davis Drive and S. County Road 25A. K9 Bob gave a possible alert on the vehicle.
5:42 p.m. – Theft reported in the 700 block of Larch Street. RP reported his ex-partner had stolen his modem. He had allowed her to pick up her thinks while he was out of the house on July 11. On July 12, he tried to access the internet and was unable to establish a connection; this is when he realized the modem was missing. RP asked the female if she had taken it and she said she didn’t. Her father said they might have accidently packed it and would let him know if he finds it. RP was advised to contact Spectrum (Time Warner).
8:14 p.m. – Officer assisted Ohio State Patrol with an injury accident on northbound I76 at mile marker 69
9:25 p.m. – Theft reported at Maple Hill Cemetery, 800 S. Hyatt Street. RP reported a flower pot had been stolen.
9:55 p.m. – Traffic stop on southbound I75 at mile marker 66. Call to dispatch reported a reckless vehicle. Officer was able to locate the vehicle and spoke to a female. She was upset about an argument with her boyfriend. Officer warned her for equipment and lane violation.
Friday, July 14
1:14 a.m. – Harassment in the 20’s block of Osage Court. Male called and advised he had threatened his brother-in-law. He said he just wanted to let the police know. The brother-in-law had not filed a complaint. Officer took the report from the male.
5:41 a.m. – Disturbance reported in the 400 block of S. Sixth Street. Male was arguing with his brother and mother. Male voluntarily left with brother to seek evaluation.
6:15 a.m. – Accident in the 4200 block of S. County Road 25A. One semi-truck side swiped another semi pulling into Meijer Distribution Center.
11:12 a.m. – Fraud reported in the 1000 block of Copperfield Lane. Victim was notified by LifeLock on June 18, 2017 that someone opened an account in his name at the Navy Federal Credit Union. Victim contacted the credit union and advised them that the account application was fraudulent. LifeLock contacted the victim on June 26, 2017 that al alternate address was added to his Kohl’s account. Victim contacted Kohl’s and the employee stated there was an online purchase made in his name for $861.60 and was being sent to an address in South Caroline. Victim advised Kohl’s that this was a fraudulent purchase. Kohl’s was able to cancel this order and his account. Victim has put a freeze on his accounts and with the credit agencies. Victim requested all information be document in case it is needed in the future.
2:31 p.m. – Drug abuse instrument found in the 800 block of N. Willow Glen Avenue. RP found a syringe in the street next to mailboxes. Syringe was collected and will be disposed of.
Saturday, July 15
2:47 a.m. – Menacing complaint in the 300 block of N. Fourth Street. RP had been in a verbal altercation with his sister’s boyfriend. The male told the RP “If you don’t shut your mouth, I’m going to knock your teeth down your throat.” The continued in a verbal argument and at one point the male also said, “If you don’t stop talking to me, I’m going to knock you out.” The RP stated he didn’t want anything to happen with the incident, he just wanted it document in case the male tries something.
Sunday, July 16
8:16 p.m. – Lost property at Kyle Park. Male reported he left his fishing bag at Kyle Park near the river. When he returned, it was gone. Bag was described as Okeechobee Bag with multiple lures and fishing gear.
Monday, July 17
11:49 a.m. – Disturbance reported in the 400 block of S. Sixth Street. Two brothers were in a dispute and one struck the other’s arm. After speaking with both brothers, one said if the other would go to the doctor the next day he would not pursue charges. The brother agreed to seeing the doctor and the other brother signed an investigation waiver release.
1:24 p.m. – Theft in progress at Family Dollar, 930 W. Main Street. RP advised a male and female got into a white Chrysler with a Michigan registration and headed westbound on W. Main Street. Officer waited by the northbound ramp of I75 to see if the suspects would head north. Another officer advised he was behind the vehicle and headed southbound. The officer updated his location stated the vehicle had headed eastbound on I70. Dispatch advised Huber Heights about the vehicle and the officer wanted the vehicle stopped. Huber was able to stop the car at the 43 mile post and Tipp officers responded to the stop. The driver was asked to consent to the officer to search the vehicle, but he declined. The female was asked to remove her dog from the vehicle and place it in the back seat of the officer’s car. K9 Bob was deployed who alerted to the passenger door window. Located inside the vehicle was the stolen item and a blue make-up bag that contained two glass meth pipes, silver marijuana grinder, syringe and a gold container with a small plastic bag, commonly used for storing meth. Also located was a small flashlight, when taken apart a clear baggie was found. While trying to identify the male, dispatch was unable to find any information on him. Officer believed he was giving a false name and couldn’t verify who he was. The female, Michelle K. Wolters, was issued a citation for Theft and given a court date of August 1, 2017. According to the witness, she was the one who concealed the item in her purse.
Wednesday, July 19
4:27 p.m. – Theft reported at Foodtown, 960 W. Main Street. Victim advised an unknown male took her small purse that contained two cell phones and left the store. A short time later she called one of the cell phones and a male answered it. This male told her he found a small purse with this cell phone on Hyatt Street and would take the purse to the Police Department. Victim asked he bring the purse and phone to Foodtown where she was still at. The male turned over this property to the victim and she contacted Verizon to have the phone shut off.
9:24 p.m. – Assist squad in the 700 block of Hardwick Court. An intoxicated male attempted to use a hover board. The male fell and hit his head on the street, was breathing but unresponsive. Careflight was called and he was transported to an area hospital.