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Police log

TUESDAY

-2:14 a.m.: theft. Police arrested James R. Goings, 36, 627 E. Court St., and Timothy R. Anderson, 45, 655 Marilyn Drive, on theft charges. They allegedly stole $93.85 worth of merchandise from Walmart.

-12:35 a.m.: theft. Mia Rouse, 306 Enterprise Ave., reported the theft of keys in the 800 block of Mount Vernon Place.

MONDAY

-11:39 p.m.: disorderly conduct. Police arrested Lindsey M. Jones, 22, 301 Enterprise Ave., at her residence on a charge of disorderly conduct.

-5:55 p.m.: obstructing official business. Police arrested a 14-year-old girl on charges of obstructing official business and delinquency.

-5:29 p.m.: theft. Peggy Bean, 617 Taft St., reported a bicycle, valued at $100, was stolen from her backyard.

-3:25 p.m.: theft. Police charged Leland Furbush III, 44, 8929 State Route 274, Kettlersville, with theft after he allegedly stole $178.68 worth of merchandise from Walmart.

-1:36 p.m.: theft. Travis Richards, 202 N. Pomeroy Ave., reported his lawnmower, valued at $100, was stolen.

-5:25 a.m.: theft. Ricky Brooks, 1001 Fourth Ave., reported a credit card, driver’s license, phone charger and wallet, valued at $27, were stolen from a vehicle at his residence.

-5:13 a.m.: breaking and entering. Carrie Nation, 1107 East Ave., reported a set of tires and a child’s slide, valued at $135, were stolen from her property.

SUNDAY

-8:39 p.m.: theft. Denise Joyce, 204 Royan Ave., reported someone used her credit/debit card to buy cigarettes. Loss was $5.91.

-8:24 p.m.: theft. Britney Walker, 1510 Spruce Ave., reported her wallet was stolen from her vehicle in the driveway at 1184 Hazelnut Lane. Police said two other vehicles in the area were entered, but nothing was reported missing from them.

-3:48 p.m.: assault. Shawna De La Fuente, 214 N. Walnut Ave., reported someone assaulted her. Because of conflicting accounts, no arrests were made, police said.

-11:47 a.m.: burglary. Timothy Hamilton II, 136 W. Pinehurst St., reported someone stole a TV, valued at $700, from his living room.

-1:22 a.m.: contempt. Police arrested Jason N. Moore, 31, of Piqua, on two contempt warrants from Sidney Municipal Court.

-1:06 a.m.: disorderly conduct. Police were called to the Dawg Pound, 553 N. Vandemark Road, where they arrested Benjamin N. Hamilton, 34, 209 N. Pomeroy Ave., on charges of obstructing official business and disorderly conduct.

SATURDAY

-6:20 p.m.: theft. Derek Kinninger, 211 1/2 N. West Ave., reported a cell phone, valued at $20, was stolen.

-5:03 p.m.: drug abuse. Police issued summonses to Zachery P. Smith, 21, 11204 County Road 60, DeGraff, and Kentrell A. Jones, 19, 420 Jefferson St., in the 300 block of North Miami Avenue on charges of drug abuse. They allegedly had marijuana

-3:34 p.m.: property found. A cell phone was found on Washington Street and given to police.

-1:30 a.m.: grand jury indictment. Police arrested Gerald I. Edwards, 40, 314 Brooklyn Ave., on a grand jury indictment for possession of drugs and possession of criminal tools.

-2:49 a.m.: burglary. Adam Abbott, 490 W. Parkwood St., reported a burglary at his residence.

FRIDAY

-11:58 p.m.: driving under the influence. Police arrested Shelly L. Lillard, 48, 412 E. Ruth St., at Court Street and Highland Avenue on a charge of driving under the influence.

-11:27 p.m.: theft. Charles Allen, 117 E. Parkwood St., reported he believed his cell phone, valued at $200, was stolen from his vehicle at the Speedway station, 1501 St. Marys Ave.

-5:34 p.m.: possession of drugs. Police seized a rock of crack cocaine at 427 1/2 S. Miami Ave.

-4:06 p.m.: theft. William Wion, 726 Oak Ave., reported a tablet computer and cell phone, valued at $854, were stolen from his residence.

-3:28 p.m.: property found. A book bag and miscellaneous property were found at 500 Carey St. and given to police.

-12:45 p.m.: warrant. Police arrested Donnie Waldroop II, 22, 636 Linden Ave., on a warrant.

-11:08 a.m.: theft. Rachel Vacca, 302 N. Miami Ave., reported a bicycle, valued at $100, was stolen from where it was sitting next to her house.

-10:33 a.m.: property found. A cell phone was found in Tawawa Park and given to police.

-9:07 a.m.: contempt. Police arrested Karen R. Johnson, 52, of Piqua, on a warrant from Sidney Municipal Court.

-8:37 a.m.: domestic violence. Police arrested Craig Kauffman, 29, 809 Foraker Ave., on a charge of domestic violence. He allegedly assaulted a juvenile.

-8:31 a.m.: contempt. Police arrested Andrew R. Coffman, 27, 107 Jackson St., Jackson Center, on a warrant from Sidney Municipal Court.

-7:56 a.m.: burglary. Bobbie DeBrito, 554 Campbell Road, reported someone entered her residence and stole her wallet from her purse. The contents included $1,500 in checks and $100 in cash.

-5:50 a.m.: theft. Hugh Roach, 504 Urban Ave., reported his 2008 Mercedes was stolen from his residence. It was valued at $30,000. Police arrested Matthew C. Cooper, 28, 515 Sycamore Ave., on a theft charge in connection with the incident.

THURSDAY

-2:55 p.m.: possession of drugs. Police found a bag containing heroin in the 900 block of South Main Avenue.

NOV. 3

-12:10 p.m.: property found. A watch was found and given to police.

NOV. 2

-1:33 p.m.: disorderly conduct. Sidney Middle School personnel reported a student was being disruptive and threatening a deputy.

Accidents

Chadwick Amburgey, 34, 711 Lynn St., was cited with assured clear distance after an accident Monday at 11:06 a.m.

Amburgey was northbound on South Highland Avenue and failed to stop in time for traffic that was stopped for a red light at Campbell Road. His auto hit the rear of a vehicle driven by Amber Small, 22, of Troy.

• Marjorie Whitt, 54, 13789 Harmon Road, was cited with failure to maintain an assured clear distance after an accident Thursday at 2:44 p.m.

Whitt was eastbound on Russell Road behind a car driven by Tracy Landrum, 28, of New Carlisle. Landrum was waiting to turn left onto Wapakoneta Avenue when her auto was hit in the rear by the Whitt car.

• Amanda Laux, 36, 605 N. Main Ave., was cited with failure to control after an accident Thursday at 4:53 p.m.

Laux was backing from the driveway at her residence when she realized the brakes were not working. Her auto hit a house at 537 N. Main Ave., causing minor scratches on the structure.

• Zachary Webb, 16, 629 E. Parkwood St., was cited with failure to maintain an assured clear distance after an accident Friday at 2:50 p.m.

Webb was northbound on St. Marys Avenue, approaching the Russell Road intersection, when his auto hit the rear of a northbound car that was stopped in traffic. The driver of the other auto was Brianna Gallimore, 17, 494 Foxcross Drive.

• Anthony Brussell, 16, 3226 Thompon-Schiff Road, was cited with failure to yield after an accident Friday at 10:03 p.m.

Brussell was eastbound on Russell Road and attempted to turn left at Main Avenue. His auto hit a car that was westbound on Russell. The driver of the other car was Houston Pafe, 23, of Muncie, Indiana.

• A vehicle hit a utility pole and the driver fled from the scene Saturday at 1:30 a.m.

The car was southbound on Miami Avenue and went out of control at the Court Street intersection. The vehicle hit a utility police at the southeast corner of the intersection. The driver fled. Police are continuing to investigate the crash.

• Amber Lawal, 27, 220 Queen St., was cited with failure to control after an accident Saturday at 8:56 p.m.

Lawal was southbound in the 300 block of South Wilkinson Avenue and hit the parked auto of Jack Monnier, 316 S. Wilkinson Ave. Lawal had possible injuries. The Sidney Department of Fire & Emergency Services took her to Wilson Memorial Hospital.

Fire, rescue

TUESDAY

-6:59 to 11:43 a.m.: Medics responded to three calls.

MONDAY

-2:58 a.m. to 9:40 p.m.: Medics responded to 10 calls.

SUNDAY

-8:24 p.m.: burning odor. Firefighters were called to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office on a report of a burning, electric smell. The odor was found to be coming from smoldering rags. There was no damage.

-11:35 a.m. to 5:33 p.m.: Medics responded to nine calls.

-11:37 a.m.: alarm. Firefighters were called to 642 Elizabeth Court by a fire alarm. It was a false alarm.

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Compiled by Michael Seffrin.

Compiled by Michael Seffrin.