Saturday, May 6
8:58 p.m. – Unruly juvenile reported in the 700 block of Comanche Lane. RP advised a female juvenile was out of control and unruly. RP also advised the officer that this is an ongoing issue. RP had asked the juvenile to do a chore and she refused. The RP took her cell phone, broke it and threw it out the window. The female then became angry and destroyed her room. When the officer entered the juvenile’s room he saw a broken mirror, glass, television and other household items on the floor. The juvenile was told to apologize to the RP and clean up her room. The RP was advised to file an unruly charge through the juvenile court if this behavior continued. The juvenile was warned for her unruliness.
Thursday. May 11
5:33 a.m. – Accident reported in the area of 1972 Donn Davis Way. Upon officer’s arrival he noticed a trash dumpster had been freshly moved off a concrete slab, with tire marks directly lining up with it. Following the tire marks a vehicle was found with the engine still running had gone done a steep ditch, backup the other side before coming to rest against the fence of the next property. The registered owner, Brittney Braun was found in the passenger seat. When asked if there was anyone else with her or anyone that had been driving, she said no. A strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on or about her person was detected and empty bottles of Angry Orchard were found on the passenger floorboard. She was asked and agreed to submit to a series of field sobriety tests. Unable to complete them as instructed, she was placed under arrest for OVI. Transported to the PD, Braun refused to submit to a breath test. Braun was cited for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs and released to a sober person. She was informed that her Ohio driver’s license was under suspension from the BMV and advised not to drive.
Friday, May 12
4:50 p.m. – Telecommunications harassment in the 600 block of Primrose Lane. RP told officer she had learned that a female juvenile had sent a nude photo of her chest to a juvenile male. Officer made contact with the female’s mother who stated she isn’t saying anything until she speaks with the family attorney. Officer spoke with the male’s mother. She stated the kids met at a church function and her son gave the female his number. She said her son was receiving continuous text messages from the female and blocked her. The two ran into each other and the female said she couldn’t believe he has blocked her. He unblocked her and a few days later is when she sent the nude photo. Mom said her son deleted because he didn’t want anyone to see it and again blocked the female. Mom said she just wanted this to end and wasn’t seeking charges against the female juvenile. Mom asked that the female’s mom be told that if she ever attempt to contact her son again, they will file charges. Officer called the female’s mother and left her the message.
10:20 p.m. – Theft reported at Meijer Distribution Center, 4200 S. County Road 25A. RPs stated they had witnessed an employee, Richard Woodfork, stealing goods and had detained him within the facility. They further stated they had witnessed Woodfork take several large items from the business on more than one occasion throughout the day on surveillance. They deactivated Woodfork’s badge to exit the property in order to prevent him from obtaining any more items that may have been in the process of being stolen. At 9:57 p.m. Woodfork clocks out and begins walking to his car. He was then apprehended by staff members and found to be carrying several cases of juice in his hands and backpack, totaling $146.13. The staff attempted to interview Woodfork who only answered with vulgarities. When the officer arrived, he refused to speak regarding the crime. Woodford was charged with theft and transported to the Miami County Incarceration Facility.
Saturday, May 13
3:56 a.m. – Traffic stop for no rear license plate in the area of W. Monroe Concord Road and S. County Road 25A. Contact was made with the driver Spencer Goodrich and passenger Dylan Hall. Officer noticed a cardboard box of Busch Light Beer in the back seat but both denied having consumed any alcohol or drugs. Both were run through LEADS and it was found Goodrich’s driver’s license to be suspended under failure to reinstate. A MCSO Deputy was speaking with passenger Hall who was the rightful owner of the vehicle. He agreed to allow the deputy to check out the beer box. This is when he smelled an odor of marijuana and asked Hall to step out of the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was conducted and a small amount of marijuana, pipe and open container of beer was found. Hall was charged with open container in a motor vehicle and Goodrich was cited for failure to reinstate. Hall called for a valid drive to respond to the scene.
4:15 p.m. – Welfare check at McDonalds, 127 S. Garber Drive. Officers dispatched for a female having thoughts of harming herself and was reaching out for help. Upon arrival officers found an employee talking with the female. She stated she wanted to kill herself, had nothing else to live for, everything and everybody around her were leaving. Female stated she wanted to go to UVMC ER and then Crisis for help. She voluntarily requested that Tipp EMS transport her.
4:34 p.m. – Drug offense in the 10’s block of Kiser Drive. Caller to 911 reported several teenagers in the garage smoking marijuana. This has been an ongoing issue with the property and subjects coming and going using and selling drugs. Neighbors have been complaining about this activity for several months.
Upon officers’ arrival, they could smell burnt marijuana from the sidewalk walking up to the house. Officer could hear several subjects inside the detached garage that was secure. An officer made contact with the homeowner, the other officer was standing next to the garage when her adult son walk out of and appeared to be intoxicated under the influence of drugs. The son quickly shut the gate and stated the officers needed a warrant to talk to him. At this time the son also stated there was nobody in the garage. The homeowner/mother stated she didn’t know who was in her garage and she would not grant the officer permission to enter it. She did state she would go in and bring out whomever was in there. A short time later two male juveniles and a female juvenile exited the garage. One was the mother’s juvenile son who was released to her. The mother of a female juvenile was contacted and once at the residence advised of the situation and history of the property. The female was not charged and released. The other male juvenile’s mother was contacted and arrived on scene to pick him up. The two male juveniles were both charged and advised the court would notify them of their court date.
10:29 p.m. – Civil dispute in the 700 block of Greenview Drive. Male and female were experiencing a custody issue and it turned into disorderly. Female advised dispatch the male was on her property and he wasn’t supposed to be. Dispatch advised the officer there was yelling and screaming and then the caller was disconnected from dispatch. Officer spoke with the male first. He stated he had joint custody and it was his weekend to keep them. One child attempted to call the mother, heard a loud commotion in the background and the child began to cry. Male said he took it upon himself to show up at the female’s residence uninvited. Upon his arrival, the female and two friends came outside and began removing the children from his vehicle. Another officer arrived on scene and spoke with the female who advised the male has been warned not to be at the residence unless he is picking up or dropping off the children. She was able to show the officer harassing and ongoing text messages from the male that wasn’t discussing the children. The female was unwilling to relinquish custody of the children for the evening. The male agreed to leave peacefully without the children. They were both advised to contact their lawyers for contempt.
11:16 p.m. – Disorderly conduct reported in the 400 block of W. Plum Street. RP stated when she arrived home a male was inside her house and asleep on the couch. RP stated they were divorced, he was not living there but still had a key to the residence. She added he comes over to mow and help out with things around the house. When she found him, she woke him up and told him to leave. He left out the back door and attempted to use his car key in her car. After confronting him about trying to get into her car, she went back into the house and heard a loud noise again the house. She believed he was intoxicated and said he took off through the alley. RP was advised to change her locks and not allow him on the property. She was also advised to call back if he returns. Officer was able to make contact with the male. He stated he had told the RP he would be sleeping on the couch and didn’t understand why she woke him up. He was told he is not welcome back at the property and would be arrested for trespassing if he returns.
Monday, May 15
10:21 p.m. – Warrant arrest in the area of Donn Davis Drive and S. County Road 25A. A traffic stop was initiated on a driver that was listed as failure to reinstate driver’s license. Driver was able to show documents that he was operating within the court approved privileges. While checking the other occupants it was discovered that Eric Carter had active warrants out of both Montgomery and Miami County. Carter was incarcerated at the Miami County Incarceration Facility.
Wednesday, May 17
8:30 p.m. – Assault reported in the 300 block of North Second Street. Officer was completing foot patrol in the city park when he observed a vehicle driving on the bike path. He stopped the vehicle with the purpose of explaining they were not permitted to drive on the path. The female informed the officer that she had driven onto the path to pick up her son who was involved in a fight. He reportedly had a large cut on his hand as a result. Her son had said a male juvenile had hit him with a metal pipe and cut his hand. Officer said after seeking medical attention a report would need to be filed. The officer continued walking through the park when he heard screaming from N. Second Street. Officer ran to a position to see the scene and observed the woman’s son outside of the vehicle with his hands raised in a defensive manner. He then observed the juvenile he was looking for was yelling at him, then picked up a stick chasing him and hit him in the back. As the son got into the car, juvenile also hit the passenger side of the vehicle. Officer called for additional officers to respond to the scene. Officer returned to his vehicle and began looking for the juvenile. He was located on Franklin Street and was placed in handcuffs and secured in the rear seat of the officer’s vehicle. Statements were taken from witnesses to the original altercation. Officer told the juvenile that he had witnessed him striking the other male and striking the vehicle numerous times. Officer contacted juvenile probation to secure a bed at West Central Juvenile Detention Center for the juvenile. Officer was advised that the juvenile would be incarcerated and he was transported to JDC. Another officer contacted the juvenile’s mother and informed her that her son was being incarcerated. The juvenile will be charged with two counts of assault and criminal damaging.