-3:58 p.m.: theft. Justin Branscum, 30, of Anna, reported someone took his 1972 Indian motorcycle frame, gas tank and a spare tire that was sitting in front of the garage door at 936 Spruce Ave., Sidney. He told police they were not sitting out by the alley and couldn’t be considered trash. Total loss value is $1,050.
-2:54 p.m.: aggravated robbery. Police are investigating an the report of an attempted robbery in which the victim was allegedly shot at East Water Street and South Main Avenue during the incident.
-8:38 a.m.: contempt. Randy Turner, 28, 3855 Lindsey Road, was arrested on a contempt warrant.
-1:32 a.m.: probation violation. Gary Huff, 52, St. Marys, was arrested on a warrant.
-6:59 p.m.: theft. Melissa Dotson, 32, of Jefferson, Indiana, reported the theft of an Apple Mac Book Pro, valued at $2,500, at McDonald’s on Michigan Street.
-6:21 p.m.: theft. Lindsey Tillman, 24, 309 Monroe St., reported domestic violence and the theft of $100.
-9:41 p.m.: disorderly conduct. Crystal Klosterman, 32, 622 Mohican Court, was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
-9:39 p.m.: forgery. Kroger on Michigan Street reported receiving six $100 bills at the business.
-9:01 p.m.: theft. Jerry Hughes, 25, 123 Pike St., was arrested for theft after Family Dollar on Wapakoneta Avenue reported the theft of merchandise, valued at $55.55, which was later recovered.
-7:44 p.m.: theft. Tractor Supply Company on Michigan Street reported a male stole a ratchet set from the business, valued at $19.99.
-12:36 p.m.: warrant. Kassia Arberts, 30, 505 N. Main Ave., was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
-8:55 p.m.: criminal damaging. Ashley Himes, 29, 908 N. Main Ave., reported damage to her vehicle’s passenger’s side window, damage was set at $200; and four Cooper C53 tires, damage was set at $700.
-7:17 p.m.: theft. Two juveniles were arrested for theft after a 20-inch Mongoose bike was reported stolen at Walmart on Michigan Street.
-5:13 p.m.: warrant. Ralph Turner, 30, 332 Wilson Ave., was arrested on an outstanding warrant for a probation violation.
-3:49 p.m.: found property. A Social Security card that belongs to Debra Lopez, 36, at large, was found and turned into the police department.
-2:12 p.m.: found property. A Ohio driver’s license that belongs to Samantha Peterson, 22, Piqua, was found and turned into the police department.
-12:10 p.m.: criminal damaging. Heather Patrick, 37, of Troy, reported someone spray painted the rear bumper of her vehicle with black paint at Norcold on South Kuther Road. Damage is set at $200.
-10:59 a.m.: warrant. Robert Johnson II, 39, 314 Forest St., was arrested on a search warrant. A black wallet, an Ohio ID and Social Security card belonging to Michael Cotterman, 46, Covington, and an Ohio ID belonging to Jody Napier-Bunnell, 46, at large, were located at 544 Michigan St., which is where Johnson was arrested.
-8:37 a.m.: criminal damaging. Police are investigating the report made by Nicole Mullins, 33, 836 Park St., Apt. D, that someone threw various jellies and eggs on her apartment. Mullins’ curtains were also egged. The total damage amount is set at $150.
-9:07 p.m.: misuse of a credit card. Police are investigating the report of a misuse of a credit card that belongs to James Westfall, 44, 1008 Winter Ridge Drive.
-6:44 p.m.: aggravated menacing. A 16-year-old was charged with aggravated menacing after threats on social media were reported.
-4:46 p.m.: driving under the influence. Carey Harner, 36, of Lima, was arrested for OVI and driving under OVI suspension.
-5:46 p.m.: found property. A Ohio ID belonging to Gloria Pierce, 45, 604 Young St., was found at Shoe Sensation on Michigan Street and was turned into the police department.
-1:55 p.m.: theft. Police are investigating a theft report made by Dorothy Jones, 70, 829 N. Miami Ave., of two men’s rings, valued at $150 and $100, and an LG 46-inch TV, valued at $100.
Robbie Roe, 65, 18498 Johnston Road, was cited with starting and backing following a two-vehicle crash Monday at 12:58 p.m.
Roe was parked in front of 132 N Main Ave. when he began backing out of the parking spot and struck the right rear of a vehicle stopped in traffic behind him that was headed north on North Main Avenue.
The other vehicle was driven by Edward Jones, 64, of Port Jefferson.
• Jessoline Myers, 63, 9928 Kuther Road, was cited with right of way at intersection ahead following a two-vehicle crash Sunday at 4:16 p.m.
Myers was stopped at the intersection of Fair Oaks Drive when she pulled out in front of a southbound vehicle on Sixth Avenue and caused a collision.
The other vehicle was driven by Abdoulaye Thiam, 31, 934 Buckeye Ave.
• Trevor Chase, 18, 301 Enterprise St., was arrested for OVI and falsification and was cited with operation without control after a crash on Saturday at 6:08 p.m.
Chase was traveling northbound on South Miami Avenue near East Dallas Street when he went left of center, struck a speed limit sign, then went back across South Miami Avenue, over the curb, struck a tree and the house at 440 S. Miami Ave. After the collision, Chase’s vehicle continued northbound until it stopped in the middle of the roadway.
The owner of the house is William and Teresa Comer.
• Velma Smith, 56, of Houston, was cited with right of way from private drive after a two-vehicle crash on Friday at 8:13 p.m.
Smith was turning left out of a private drive on Russell Road when she struck the westbound vehicle on Russell Road that was driven by Larry Spence, 70, 430 Lyndhurst Drive.
-10:12 a.m. to 12:25 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to two calls.
-8:37 p.m.: service call. Medics responded to lift an individual.
-8:15 p.m.: fire. Firefighters responded to a tree fire.
-4:53 p.m.: arcing pole. Firefighters responded to the report of an arching power pole.
-3:19 p.m.: fire. Crews responded to a shed fire.
-1:37 a.m. to 10:01 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to 12 calls.
-6:29 p.m.: crash. Crews responded to an automobile crash.
-1:16 a.m. to 10:25 p.m.: medical. Medics were dispatched on 10 calls.
-8:04 p.m.: fire. Firefighters conducted an open burn investigation.
-2:48 a.m. to 7:05 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to 12 calls.
-5:30 to 9:26 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to seven calls.
Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.
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