City record


Police log

TUESDAY

-1:26 a.m.: failure to comply. A police investigation continues after a suspect led officers on a pursuit in the area of North Miami Avenue at Jefferson Street. An H&R Pardner .410-caliber shotgun was seized by police during the incident. The suspect is still at large and his or her vehicle was towed from the scene by Brian’s Towing and Recovery.

-12:12 a.m.: obstructing official business. A police investigation continues after a suspect ran from officers during a traffic stop near 912 N. Main Ave. The suspect’s vehicle was towed from the scene by Wreckers Towing & Transport.

MONDAY

-10:31 a.m.: theft. Tyler Johnson, 35, of Piqua, reported someone used his credit card on three separate purchases at Walmart on Michigan Street.

-10:25 a.m.: criminal damaging. Allisa Terry, 20, 815 Arrowhead Drive, Apt. D, reported the past damage of a door knob at her apartment. Damage is set at $20.

-9:05 a.m.: warrant. Honorio Quezada, 25, 2485 Alpine Court, was arrested on a civil bench warrant out of the Sidney Municipal Court.

SUNDAY

-8:43 p.m.: warrant. Amber Cotterman, 30, at large, was arrested on warrants out of Miami and Shelby Counties and for obstructing official business.

-6:13 p.m.: theft. Denise Bradley, 41, at large, reported her SD card and cellphone is missing.

-10:51 a.m.: criminal damaging. Andrew Kinkle, 57, 629 S. Main Ave., reported his vehicle’ driver’s side window was shattered overnight. Damage is set at $100.

-8:48 a.m.: theft. Police are investigating the report made by John Cottom, 37, 220 E. Clay St., of the theft of his football card collection, miscellaneous clothing and two Samsung tablets, valued at $500, from his home.

-5:13 a.m.: domestic violence. Te Sean Hudgins, 26, 720 County Side St., Apt. 1, was arrested for domestic violence.

SATURDAY

-11:31 a.m.: warrant. Derik Long, 36, 1213 Hilltop Ave., Apt. A, was arrested on an outstanding warrant through the adult parole authority.

-10:58 a.m.: criminal damaging. Jimmy Pultz Jr., 34, 233 ½ W. Poplar St., was arrested for criminal damaging after it was reported the rear window of the 2004 Nissan, owned by Garret Hammons, 54, 128 Pike St., was shattered.

-4:54 p.m.: drug abuse. Sanford Harris, 62, of Piqua, was arrested for drug abuse.

-12:41 p.m.: domestic violence. Issac Beck, 19, 313 E. Court St., Apt. B, was arrested for domestic violence.

FRIDAY

-10:54 p.m.: theft. Police are investigating the report made by Walmart on Michigan Street of the theft of merchandise valued at $111.64.

-7:42 p.m.: warrant. Nathaniel Nichols, 23, 206 Cherokee St., was arrested on an outstanding Miami County warrant.

-7:37 p.m.: theft. Kayla Hammons, 26, 616 Lynn St., was arrested for theft after Menards on Lester Avenue reported the theft of two dog training collars, valued at $200.

Oct. 24

-11:54 a.m.: burglary. Ledrew Bullock, 24, 500 Vandemark Road, Apt 020, reported a burglary at his residence in which a 32-inch TV, valued at $200, a Sony PlayStation3, valued at $200, and 25 miscellaneous games, valued at $2,500, were stolen.

-10:39 a.m.: theft. Police are investigating the report of the theft of an unknown number of storage boxes, containing personal items and $1,300 from the home of Barbara Rose, 70, 753 Campbell Road.

Crashes

Natalie Compton, 35, 108 W. Edgewood St., was arrested for driving under the influence and was cited with right of way turning left after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday at 10:16 p.m.

Compton was traveling westbound on Michigan Street when she made a left turn in front of an eastbound vehicle on Michigan Street and caused a collision. Compton’s vehicle then struck a telephone pole.

The other vehicle was driven by Blaine Carey, 19, 1890 N. Kuther Road.

Compton was transported by Sidney Fire to Wilson Health.

• No one was cited after a one-vehicle crash on Saturday at 3:53 p.m.

Carl Didier, 57, of Piqua, was traveling southbound on South Ohio Avenue when he attempted to make a left turn onto West Clay Street and had a mechanical failure of the vehicle’s front, right CV joints, which caused the tire to break loose. The incident caused the vehicle to gouge marks into the street and damage to its fender wheel-well area.

• Nicholas Overbey, 26, 728 Taft St., was cited with assured clear distance ahead following a two-vehicle crash on Saturday at 1:02 p.m.

Overbey was traveling northbound on South Miami Avenue when he did not stop in time and struck the rear of the vehicle stopped in front of him for the red light.

The other vehicle was driven by Nancy Baber, 45, of Maplewood.

• Erick Richmond, 29, 326 Park St., was cited with failure to control following a one-vehicle crash on Saturday at 2:15 a.m.

Richmond was traveling northbound on Spruce Avenue when he went off the right side of the road and over top of a boulder next to the driveway of at 1256 Spruce Ave. and became struck on top of the boulder.

According to the police report, Richmond’s vehicle and the tow truck that towed the vehicle from the scene damaged the grass at 1256 Spruce Ave.

• James Wick, 78, 1251 Driftwood Trail, was cited with starting and backing after a crash on Friday at 9:10 p.m.

Wick was backing out of the driveway of 332 E. Lyndhurst St. when he struck the rear of a legally parked vehicle on the other side of the street that is owned by Matthew Ostendorf, 649 Fair Road.

• No one was cited after a crash on Friday at 12:42 p.m.

Ryan Schroer, 38, 1737 Letitia Drive, was traveling southbound on South Highland Avenue when his vehicle’s passenger’s side mirror struck the driver’s side mirror of an illegally parked vehicle on the west side of the roadway in front of 309 S. Highland Ave.

Fire, rescue

MONDAY

-2:16 p.m.: service call. Firefighters responded to a service call.

-4:14 to 5:27 a.m.: medical. Crews responded to six calls.

SUNDAY

-1:24 to 10:48 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to five calls. One was canceled en route.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.