City record


Police log

TUESDAY

-1:30 a.m.: warrant. Zachary A. Harris, 20, and Amy N. Coffey, 21, both of 106 E. Robinwood St., were arrested on warrants for criminal trespassing.

MONDAY

-5:27 p.m.: warrant. Andrew T. Jackson, 47, 101 S. Pomeroy Ave., was arrested on a warrant.

-4:51 p.m.: contempt. Dannie W. Puckett, 66, of Anna, was arrested on a contempt warrant.

-1:20 p.m.: warrant. Phillip J. Henderson, 33, 315 Charles Ave., was arrested on a Miami County warrant.

-12:40 p.m.: theft. A blue sapphire necklace with diamonds, valued at $200, and two blue sapphire rings with diamonds, valued at $300, were reported stolen.

-9:19 a.m.: criminal damaging. A business on Broadway Avenue reported its front window was damaged. The cost of the damage is set at $100.

SUNDAY

-10:19 p.m.: warrant. Brian J. Wood, 34, 219 ½ E. Court St., was served a summons for three warrants.

-1:43 p.m.: criminal damaging. A dent above the left, rear passenger door on a 2007 Toyota Camry was reported damaged in the 500 block of Clinton Ave. Loss value amount is set at $500.

-10:11 a.m.: theft. The theft of an old fashion Huffy bicycle with a basket on the front, which is valued at $200, was reported stolen.

-3:37 a.m.: criminal damaging. A windshield on a 1999 tan Dodge Intrepid was reported to have been damaged. The cost of damage is set at $500.

SATURDAY

-11:34 p.m.: offenses involving underage persons. Blake Owen Stephens, 20, 303 N. West Ave., was arrested for prohibitions.

-9:43 p.m.: theft without consent. The theft of a Fifth Third Bank card and $22.50 were reported stolen.

-8:36 p.m.: theft. Two Traxxit Bluetooth devices, valued at $9, were reported stolen from a business on Lester Avenue.

-5:48 p.m.: criminal damaging. A window pane that was shattered by a brick was reported to the police. Damage is set at $90.

-4:17 p.m.: endangering children. Te Sean E.W. Hudgins, 27, 709 Lynn St., was arrested on a warrant, and Xavier Jamell Rachard Foy, 28, 660 W. Parkwood St., was arrested for endangering children, drug abuse and illegal use of possession of drugs paraphernalia, after police investigated a report of an odor of marijuana coming from an apartment on Countryside Lane.

-9:22 a.m.: criminal damaging. A criminal trespassing was reported, and damage to a residence’s front wooden door and frame. Damage is set at $150.

-2:04 a.m.: driving under the influence. Deidra F. Drees. 23, of Sidney, was arrested for OVI.

FRIDAY

-9:56 p.m.: theft. Five CDs were reported stolen from a 1995 Jeep. The loss amount is set at $75.

-5:49 p.m.: criminal damaging. Two tires on a 2002 Dodge were reported to have been slashed. Damage is set at $150.

-5:48 p.m.: grand jury indictment. Leon Francis, 61, 1235 St. Marys Ave., was arrested on a grand jury indictment.

-4:52 p.m.: possession of drugs. Police are investigating a drug incident.

-2:57 p.m.: theft. A Stihl quick saw, valued at $1,120, a tripod landscaping laser, valued at $2,500, and a Waker plate compactor, valued at $2,200, were reported stolen from a business on St. Marys Avenue.

-12:57 p.m.: theft. Gary S. Stambaugh, 45, of Piqua, was arrested for theft after a local business on Michigan Street reported the theft of a Trail’s Best beef and cheese, a Hannah’s Big Pickled Sausage, and JL All American Twin food items.

-9:18 a.m.: purpose to commit theft. Police are investigating a report that a residence’s detached garage was entered and items were taken.

-11:11 p.m.: endangering children. Police are investigating an endangering children report.

-8:19 p.m.: warrant. Joshua R. Bell, 24, 229 Sandpiper Place, was served a summons for a warrant.

-6 p.m.: theft. Alexander Sasha Crusey, 22, 206 Pomeroy Ave., was arrested for theft without consent after a theft of $100 was reported to the police.

-4:47 p.m.: disorderly conduct. Kenneth A. Market, 57, 540 Franklin Ave., was arrested for disorderly conduct.

-1:56 p.m.: warrant. Teresa G Donnelly, 54, 370 Lindsey Road, was served a summons for failing to pay city taxes.

-11:42 a.m.: theft. The theft of a small, teal, mermaid wallet, a backpack and personal papers and credit cards were reported stolen from a 2005 Ford on Grant Street.

-9:10 a.m.: theft. Seven credit cards were reported stolen from a 2016 grey Honda.

Crashes

Raymond E. Daniel, 45, 502 S. Wagner Ave., was cited with starting and backing after a two-vehicle crash on Sunday at 8:04 p.m.

Daniel was stopped in traffic, facing the west on Johnson Drive, when he backed up because there was not enough room on the roadway for his vehicle and an eastbound vehicle to both get through, but when backing up, Daniel’s vehicle struck a parked vehicle in front of 901 Johnson Drive that is owned by Kelly R. Davis, 918 Buckeye Ave.

• Richard Bailey, 61, of Minster, was cited with starting and backing after a two-vehicle crash on Friday at 6:03 p.m.

Bailey was backing his vehicle to the west on Kossuth Street when he struck the front, left corner of a vehicle parked in front of the owner’s residence on Kossuth Street.

The owner of the parked vehicle is Bradley S. Hammer, 409 Kossuth St.

• Jamey L. Baker, 26, of Arcanum, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after a two-vehicle crash on Thursday at 4:19 p.m.

Baker was traveling eastbound on Michigan Street when he failed to stop and struck the rear of the stopped vehicle at the light in front of him that was driven by Douglas J. Grillot, 31, of Russia.

• Julia R. Cisco, 60, 972 Children’s Home Road, was cited with right of way following a two-vehicle crash on Thursday at 11:18 a.m.

Cisco has just pulled from Speedway on St. Marys Avenue from the drive at Russell Road when she struck the passenger side, rear tire area of a westbound vehicle on Russell Roa, so the registration did not match.

Jacoby’s vehicle was towed from the scene by Brian’s Towing.

Fire, rescue

TUESDAY

-6:39 a.m. to 12:57 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to four calls.

MONDAY

-3:02 p.m.: fire alarm. Firefighters responded to confirm a false fire alarm.

-9:36 a.m. to 5:32 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to four calls.

-8:36 a.m.: standby. Medics responded to standby to assist the police department.

SUNDAY

-2:42 p.m.: fire alarm. Firefighters responded to fire alarm.

-4:20 a.m to 9:04 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to nine calls.

SATURDAY

-7:45 p.m.: assist. Crews responded to assist the police department.

-7:26 p.m.: fire alarm. Crews responded to a fire alarm that was set by a faulty smoke detector.

-2:23 p.m.: open burn. Firefighters conducted an open burn investigation.

-10:48 a.m. to 10:42 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to five calls.

FRIDAY

-11:30 a.m. to 12:35 p.m.: crash. Crews responded to two automobile crash with injuries reports.

-10:13 a.m. to 10:37 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to five calls.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.