Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Feb. 1

BURGLARY: A deputy was dispatched to 2400 block of Peters Road, Concord Township, in reference to a burglary complaint.

DUS: A deputy stopped the listed vehicle for an equipment violation on Henley Road, Troy. The driver and registered owner Elmo Boyd was found to have a suspended Ohio driver’s license. Boyd was issued a citation for the equipment violation and driving under suspension. His vehicle was left at the scene.

Feb. 2

TRESPASSING: A resident in the 5000 block of S. Peters Road, Tipp City, reported a disturbance at his residence. He reported two males showed up at his house, banging and kicking his front door. The two males then left the residence prior to arrival.

The deputy then met with these two males in their vehicle at the intersection of State Route 571 and Peters Road. These two males were identified as Jack and Jaliffe Huber. Jaliffe told the deputy he had his I-phone 6S stolen from the YMCA earlier today, and a phone app “Find my

I-phone” lead them to this address on Peters Road. Both males said they knocked on the door, and wanted to speak to the man in the house. Both denied banging or kicking the front door.

Deputy Manns was at the Peters Road address speaking with the reporting party who is a seventy seven year old man, and after investigation it was clear this man did not steal Jaliffe’s I-phone. The resident showed Deputy Manns where he had boot/shoe prints on his front door where the two males had kicked his front door, and slight damage as well. He did not want to pursue charges for the damage.

The deputy then informed Jack and Jaliffe that the only reason they are not being charged with trespassing and criminal damaging is because the resident did not want to pursue charges. The deputy then asked Jaliffe if he wanted a theft report for his stolen I-phone and he said no because he did not have insurance on it. Jack and Jaliffe were then released from the scene with no further incident.

Feb. 3

LAP TOP: The Upper Valley Career Center reported that a student had not returned a lap top computer after she had withdrawn from the school. The I.T. Department had given her several weeks to return the computer with no success. The deputy also had made several attempts to contact her. Charges are currently pending in Juvenile Court.

SCHOOL ISSUE: A Milton-Union school official informed the county SRO of a student who failed to follow the school policy, and also was disrespectful towards the principal.

DRUG SWEEP: A deputy assisted Tipp City Police at Tipp City Schools by having K9 Bear sniff lockers for drugs at the high school and middle school.

Feb. 4

RUNAWAY JUVENILE: A deputy was dispatched on a suspicious complaint in the area of 760 S. Childrens Home Rd., Elizabeth Township, Miami County Ohio. A deputy located a female standing on the side of the road. The female was later identified. When the deputy first made contact with the juvenile she gave a false name and a birth date. The 13 year-old juvenile claimed she was attempting to walk to Dayton but got lost after a friend left her at a basketball game. Following a brief investigation, the officer then ran the juvenile’s real name and birth date through the system and found that she was a missing juvenile out of Troy. The juvenile was released to the foster parent and she was charged with one count of obstructing official business for giving a fake name and and date of birth.

OVI: A deputy stopped the listed vehicle for a moving violation at Piqua-Troy Road and Knollwood Drive, Troy. The deputy made contact with the driver who was identified as the defendant Justin T. Bunch. After further investigation Mr. Bunch was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was taken into custody for OVI.

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