Monday, February 1
2:44 p.m. – To Nutmeg Sq. N. for a report of a found item. A woman reported that a bicycle had been sitting in her yard for about a week. It is a black mountain-style bike with black handlebars. It was submitted to property.
4:47 p.m. – To Wal Mart for a report of a theft. A store employee said that a man who had previously stolen from the store was back and looking at the same type of items he had stolen in the past. He left before officers arrived, but he was located a short time later. A search of the subject yielded the stolen items. He also had no valid license. His vehicle was towed, he was cited for failure to reinstate and incarcerated for theft.
Wednesday, February 3
9:51 a.m. – While parked in the Troy Baptist Temple lot, an officer saw an SUV westbound on Staunton Rd. at 52 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. He tried to initiate a traffic stop, but the SUV kept going. Vehicles in front of the SUV were pulling over, but not the SUV. It finally stopped in the left turn lane at Market St. The officer approached the driver and she was looking down at her phone, texting. He knocked on the window and the driver appeared startled. He asked her to pull into an adjacent parking lot. She said that she was texting to set an appointment. She was cited for speed and given a warning for texting.
1:40 p.m. – While stopped on Crawford at E. Main, an officer saw a vehicle run the stop sign on Main St. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver admitted to running the stop sign and that she was wrong. She was cited for a stop sign violation.
4:46 p.m. – To the area of Lake St. and McKaig Ave. for a report of a disorderly male. An intoxicated male was found. He was transported to UVMC and cited for disorderly.
4:53 p.m. – To S. Clay St. A woman reported that while she was in the parking lot of Kroger’s yesterday afternoon, she lost her prescription bottle of Percocet. She asked for a report to get it replaced.
Thursday, February 4
12:27 a.m. – Traffic stop on E. Main near Crawford St. for a vehicle that had no rear bumper. The driver was asked if he was wearing his seat belt and he stated that he was not. He was cited for a seat belt violation and given a warning for the rear bumper.
10:59 a.m. – To the 100 block of E. Main St. for a two-car accident. A car backed from the north side of the street while a car backed from the south side and they struck each other. Both drivers were cited for unsafe backing.
2:38 p.m. – To Troy Jr. High School for a report of child abuse. A guidance counselor reported that a student made abuse allegations against her foster mother. The student told the counselor that her mother scratched her face last night. The student said that she was arguing with her foster mother after being brought home by the police for running away. She said the mother grabbed her by the face and when she tried to pull away, she was scratched. She had scratches on her face, but they appeared to have been caused more recently than last night. The placement agency reported that the student made the same allegations last week. The foster mother was called and denied making the scratches. She said she sent the student to bed as soon as the police brought her home. The student eventually admitted that she lied about the abuse in order to be moved out of the home.
2:42 p.m. – To Troy Jr. High School for a report of a student with alcohol on school grounds. A school employee reported that he was investigating reports of students smoking in the restroom. He said he searched the locker of one of the suspects and found two bottles of liquor in the student’s backpack. The student said someone else must have put them there without his knowledge. He was questioned why he didn’t notice the extra weight or the glass-on-glass sound. The student was charged with Underage Possession of Alcohol. The liquor bottles and a shot glass were submitted to property.
2:48 p.m. – To Michael Ct. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported that the mother of his daughter keeps contacting him about seeing the daughter. He said that she contacts him all of the time and he doesn’t want her to. Both were advised that anything regarding their daughter should be handled by their attorneys or a third party from now on.
Friday, February 5
10:19 a.m. – To the area of McKaig and Elm for a report of young children near the street with no coats on. The officer arrived to find four children between the ages of 1 and 4 playing near the edge of McKaig Ave. The mother was found to be asleep at her home on Elm St. She was charged with four counts of child endangerment.
1:41 p.m. – To Fieldbrook Ct. A woman reported that she accepted an invitation to a dinner hosted by Energy Comfort Systems which included information on how to reduce utility bills. She said that a representative came to her home and inspected her attic. She said that the representative told her that she needed some work done, and showed her pictures of black mold spots that he located in her attic. She said the representative quoted her a discounted price of over $5000 to do the work, but she had to agree to the work right away to get the discounted price. She did not agree to have the work done at that time. Instead she had two other subjects inspect her attic, and both agreed that she did not have mold in her attic. One of them reported that the insulation she had was sufficient. She said she called the company and spoke with a manager who was very evasive in giving her name and would not give her last name. She said the call ended with the manager being very rude and telling her not to call them again. She said that she was concerned that the company was attempting to defraud her and might be doing the same thing to other people. She was advised to call the BBB.
3:43 p.m. – To Ash St. for a report of an unruly juvenile. No charges were filed. A report was completed due to allegations of sexual misconduct, and it was forwarded to Children’s Services.
4:44 p.m. – To Penn Rd. for a report of a juvenile runaway. The juvenile was located on Childrens Home rd. At first she gave a deputy a false name, and said that she was walking to her home in Dayton but got lost. She finally gave her true name and said that she had run away from her foster home because she didn’t like living there and wanted to go back to Dayton. Montgomery County Children’s Services was contacted, and they advised to take the girl back to her foster home in Troy and someone would be out to speak with them tomorrow. She was transported back to Troy and charged with one count of obstructing official business.
5:15 p.m. – Traffic stop on Adams St. at Riverside Dr. The driver was cited for speed (42/25).
6:48 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Stanfield Rd. The driver was cited for speed (50/35). The driver said she was not aware that she had been going that fast.
8:52 p.m. – To S. Crawford St. for a report of a non-injury crash with the vehicle stuck on the railroad tracks. The driver was arrested for OVI and a male passenger was arrested on an active warrant.
Saturday, February 6
1:45 a.m. – While stopped for a red light on Adams St. at Main St., the officer saw a westbound vehicle brake suddenly for the red light, lost traction and skidded into the middle of the intersection. The driver then backed up behind the stop bar. A traffic stop was conducted, and the driver said he did not see the light turn red until it was too late. He was cited for a red light violation.
3:51 p.m. – While an officer was northbound on Dorset Rd. approaching Arthur Rd., a southbound vehicle turned left onto Arthur Rd. cutting off the officer. He initiated a traffic stop. The driver said that he thought the light was about to change and apologized for the incident. He was cited for failure to yield when turning left.
6:21 p.m. – Traffic stop in the SE quadrant of Public Square. The driver had run the red light on S. Market at Canal St. and was so cited.
8:54 p.m. – An officer saw a vehicle rev its engine and peel its tires. It accelerated rapidly exceeding the 35 MPH speed limit. A traffic stop was initiated in front of Carl’s Drive Thru. The driver was cited for the violation.
11:56 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Main St. near Dorset Rd. The juvenile female driver was clocked at 51 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. She said she knew she was speeding and was headed home with her 14 year-old passenger after dropping off a friend. Her father was contacted and informed of the situation. He said that she was supposed to be home already and that the passenger was spending the night. She was cited for speeding.
Sunday, February 7
12:04 p.m. – To Archer Park for a report of a fight. Two juveniles were charged with disorderly conduct.
8:31 p.m. – Traffic stop on Ross St. at Amelia Ave. for a turn signal violation. The driver had a suspended license but she said she did not know that it was suspended. She also said that she was having issues with the turn signals on her vehicle and was trying to sell it. She was cited for driving under suspension and left the vehicle legally parked at the scene.
11:00 p.m. – To S. Clay St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A man was arrested and charged with Domestic Violence, Assault, Resisting Arrest and Disorderly Conduct. He was treated at UVMC and then incarcerated at the Miami County Jail.