City record


A Sidney firefighter enters a window of the Wagner Building around 4:40 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, while working to make sure a small fire stayed out. It took firefighters about 15 minutes to put out the fire, which had set off a fire alarm in the old abandoned building. Lockington and Anna firefighters also responded to the scene. Sidney police blocked off roads for the firefighters.


Police log

TUESDAY

-6:30 p.m.: burglary. Travis Douglas, 19, 309 S. Highland Ave., reported the theft of a PlayStation gaming console, valued at $400, six PlayStation video games, valued at $360, a 32-inch TV, valued at $400, and body length mirror, valued at $20, from his residence.

-3:36 p.m.: drug abuse. Brennan Taylor, 19, of Christiansburg, and Thomas Borland II, 20, 820 ½ E. Court St., were arrested for drug abuse after police seized a bag of marijuana, a green and white rubber pipe and a green and white rubber tray at the Dollar General on West Court Street.

-10:13 a.m.: theft. Police are investigating the report of a stolen Samsung Galaxy cell phone, valued at $20, that belongs to Robert Blankenship, 59, 415 Jefferson St.

-9:42 a.m.: receiving stolen property. Charles Taylor, 51, or Anna, was arrested for receiving stolen property after police investigating the report made by DRT Power Systems on Campbell Road of the theft of 20 tools from the business.

Crashes

No one was cited after a two-vehicle crash on Monday at 12:52 p.m.

Joan Poeppelman, 64, 1302 Park St., was behind the vehicle driven by Angela Baker, 45, of Troy, in the McDonald’s drive-thru on Michigan Street when she struck the rear of Baker’s vehicle, causing minimal damage.

Baker’s passenger, Ashley Taylor, 24, of Port Jefferson, was transported by Sidney Fire to Wilson Health.

• No one was cited following a crash involving a juvenile on a bicycle on Sunday at 12:18 p.m.

Shyla Stiffler, 10, of Sidney, was traveling westbound on a bicycle on Clay Street on the sidewalk when she proceeded out onto South Ohio Avenue without stopping or checking for traffic in front of the southbound vehicle driven by Willard Ballou, 84, 18985 Deam Road, causing a collision.

According to the police report, witnesses confirmed Stiffler did not stop or slow down to look for traffic and there was nothing Ballou could have done to avoid the collision.

Stiffler was transported by Sidney Fire to Wilson Health.

Fire, rescue

THURSDAY

-12:03 to 9 a.m.: medical. Crews responded to three calls.

WEDNESDAY

-10:08 p.m.: carbon monoxide. Crews responded to a carbon monoxide incident.

-7:08 p.m.: assist. Firefighters were dispatched to assist the police department.

-1:51 p.m.: mutual aid. Firefighters were dispatched for the mutual aid of Port Jefferson Fire Department for an activated smoke detector.

-8:21 a.m. to 10:08 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to eight calls. One was canceled en route.

A Sidney firefighter enters a window of the Wagner Building around 4:40 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, while working to make sure a small fire stayed out. It took firefighters about 15 minutes to put out the fire, which had set off a fire alarm in the old abandoned building. Lockington and Anna firefighters also responded to the scene. Sidney police blocked off roads for the firefighters.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/10/web1_SDN102717WagnerFire-1.jpgA Sidney firefighter enters a window of the Wagner Building around 4:40 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, while working to make sure a small fire stayed out. It took firefighters about 15 minutes to put out the fire, which had set off a fire alarm in the old abandoned building. Lockington and Anna firefighters also responded to the scene. Sidney police blocked off roads for the firefighters.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

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