-4:29 a.m.: burglary. A burglary was reported in the 1100 block of Hawthorne Drive, in which a set of car keys, three debit cards, clothes, valued at $900, and 30 pairs of shoes, valued at $500, were stolen.
-8:36 p.m.: warrant. Frederick L. Hilyard II, 30, at large, was arrested on an active Miami County warrant.
-8:32 p.m.: warrant. Stacy Elizabeth LeMaster, 63, of Troy, was arrested on a Miami County warrant.
-4:19 p.m.: warrant. Anthony W. Pellman, 49, at large, was arrested on an active warrant and a contempt warrant.
-3:48 p.m.: assault. Scott Lyons, 39, of Sidney, was arrested on assault charges.
-1:23 p.m.: contempt. Nicholas Domique Ross, 21, was arrested on a contempt warrant.
-12:37 p.m.: unauthorized use of motor vehicle. A black 2015 Ford Fusion was reported taken without permission.
-10:41 a.m.: criminal damaging. Siding a gutter were reported damaged at a property in the 300 block of Maple Street. The damage was set at $200.
-9:06 a.m.: criminal damaging. The side passenger’s mirror on a vehicle parked in the 600 block of Fair Road was reported damaged.
No one was cited after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday at 8:20 p.m.
Stacy Anne Wilson, 37, Sidney, told police she was traveling southbound on state Route 29 and when she made a left turn onto West Russell Road, on all green lights, she did not see the vehicle behind her, driven by Christy Unniman, 28, of Sidney. She said when she was turning into a parking lot, Unniman passed her, going into the oncoming lane, and hit her as she was turning.
Unniman told police she was traveling southbound on state Route 29 approaching West Russell Road, turned left to go east onto West Russell Road on a green arrow as Wilson was going north on state Route 29 and made a right turn onto West Russell Road and was hit by Wilson.
According to the crash report, due to a lack of a witness and conflicting stories, police were unable to determine who was at fault.
-8:49 a.m.: crash. Firefighters responded to an automobile crash.
-3:21 to 11:55 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to four calls.
-7:26 a.m. to 10:26 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to five calls.
Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.