Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

June 17

AMVETS BURGLARY: A deputy was dispatched to the Amvets Post 88 on 3449 LeFevre Road, Troy, on a burglary complaint. During the overnight hours someone broke into the building and took several silver coins, and a silver bar as well as some loose change from the cash register. The safe was also tampered with but they were unable to gain access. This case is pending.

BULLETS TO BE DESTROYED: A resident on Fenner Road, Troy, turned over old shotgun shells he did not want anymore and did not know how to dispose of them. The shells were turned over to the Miami County Sheriff’s Office Property Room for disposal.

POSSESSION: A deputy noticed a red Chevrolet truck sitting at the light at County Road 25A and State Route 571 in Monroe Township and the driver had a cigarette with no filter hanging out of his mouth. The deputy stopped the driver, Gerald Ford, and advised the truck had an expired registration. He stated it was his work truck and belonged to his boss.

The deputy then asked what happened to the cigarette he had in his mouth at the stop light. He stated he was done with it and threw it out. The deputy advised he saw it was rolled and appeared to be a “joint” and then asked how much marijuana he had left in the vehicle. Gerald pulled a small bag from his pocket with a marijuana bud and the marijuana cigarette inside.

Gerald was cited for possession and warned for the expired registration. The deputy allowed Gerald to leave the scene to take the truck back to his employer. The marijuana was booked into the evidence locker at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office.

FRAUD: A deputy responded to High St. Bradford, Ohio in reference to a fraud complaint.

The reporting party stated she had been scammed over Ebay motors. She stated they went to purchase a vehicle in the amount of $2500.00. She stated they had five vanilla Visa prepaid debit cards, with $500.00 a piece, which they used to purchase the car. She stated when they started to get the run around on the date of delivery they became suspicious. She stated they were able to track down the money spent, which was in California. She said she was able to possibly put a hold on $1000.00, which was two of the cards attempted to be used but isn’t for sure she will get it all back. She was informed to contact eBay motors for assistance as well. She said Visa informed her to obtain a police report.

June 18

UNDERAGE: Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Miami Shelby Road, Piqua, in reference, to assist squad for16-year-old female who was highly intoxicated. The Juvenile was transported to U.V.M.C. where she was issued a citation for underage consumption/delinquent child. The juvenile was released to her parents. While on an assist squad call a male subject was taken into custody for a felony warrant out of Shelby County.

GOLF CART GONE: An officer responded to the 300 block of West Main Street, Fletcher on a theft complaint. I made contact with the complainant, who stated sometime between 1900-2015 hours on today’s date someone had stolen his golf cart from his front yard.

June 19

OVI:A deputy stopped the listed vehicle for a moving violation in the 400 block of Riverside Drive, Piqua. The officer made contact with the driver who was identified as the defendant Angie R Hull. After further investigation, Ms. Hull was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was taken into custody for OVI.

BURGLARY: An officer responded to a burglary not in progress at 2525 Bollinger Road, Casstown.

COMMUNICATING WITH INMATES: An officer was dispatched to the downtown jail for a female and a juvenile wading in the fountain and communicating with the inmates. The female was warned for being in the fountain and communicating with the inmates.

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