City record


Police log

MONDAY

-8:57 p.m.: warrant. Larry Allan Epley Jr., 49, 1916 Fair Oaks Drive, was arrested on three warrants.

-12:54 p.m.: found property. A brown wallet containing miscellaneous cards and expired credit cards was found at Buffalo Wild Wings on Michigan Street and was turned into the police department.

-12:35 p.m.: warrant. Paula L. Ludwig, 28, 1037 N. Miami Ave., was arrested on a warrant.

-12:28 p.m.: theft. A greyish-brown lawnmower, valued at $100, was reported stolen from the area of East South Street at South Miami Avenue.

-3:44 a.m.: driving under the influence. Jimmie D. Vibbert, 48, of Urbana, was arrested for OVI and drug abuse.

SUNDAY

-10:17 p.m.: assault. A warrant was issued after an alleged assault was reported to the police.

-8:30 p.m.: menacing. Logan A. Moffitt, 19, 613 S. Highland Ave., was arrested for menacing.

-4:32 p.m.: warrant. Randall C. Leonard, 29, 18100 Rickway Drive, was arrested on multiple warrants.

-4:46 a.m.: failure to comply. Roy L. Branch, 60, at large, was arrested for failure to comply with order or signal of a police officer.

-3:04 a.m.: OVI. Nerith J. Gonzalez, 46, 113 N. Highland Ave., Apt. 3E, was arrested for OVI.

-1:08 a.m.: OVI. Tamela K. Huddleston, 37, 475 W. Parkwood St., was arrested for OVI.

-12:28 a.m.: criminal damaging. A Galaxy Samsung cellphone, valued at $300, was reported damaged. Also reported was an alleged assault.

SATURDAY

-7:41 p.m.: warrant. Rhonda Hall, 43, 215 Doorley Road, was arrested on an active warrant.

-6:34 p.m.: theft. An Apple iPhone cellphone in a black case, valued at $700, was reported stolen at the Sidney Municipal Pool.

-3:26 p.m.: unruly juvenile. A female juvenile was arrested for being unruly.

-10:16 a.m.: criminal damaging. A garage door at a property on Wilson Avenue was reported damaged. The cost of the damage is set at $300.

-6:24 a.m.: receiving stolen property. A stolen 1998 tan Ford from Logan County was reported recovered on Whipp Road.

FRIDAY

-8:49 p.m.: burglary. A trespassing was reported at a property on Port Jefferson Road.

-7:27 p.m.: theft. Police investigated a report that a 1982 Chevrolet truck, valued at $2,000, was stolen. The truck was later recovered.

-4:10 p.m.: making false alarms. Betty R. Littlefield, 49, at large, was arrested for making false alarms.

-3:33 p.m.: vandalism. A vehicle was reportedly driven through the grass a Tawawa Park on Whipp Road and caused $2,295 worth of damage to the city park.

-2:30 p.m.: domestic violence. George D. Lenhart, 38, 505 N. Wagner Ave., was arrested for domestic violence.

-10:07 a.m.: theft. A warrant was issued for a past theft at a property on Fair Oaks Drive.

Crashes

Ross A. Ricker, 30, of St. Peters, Missouri, was cited with starting an backing after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday at 3:25 p.m.

Ricker was traveling eastbound on Gleason Street at Vandemark Road and when he attempted to back up to allow room for a semitrailer to turn onto Gleason Street and he backed into the vehicle behind him and pushed it backward.

The other vehicle was driven by Caleb M. Bray, 23, 508 Fourth Ave.

• Jeremy J. James, 32, of Lima, was cited with failure to control, driving under suspension and stopping after a crash and was arrested on an active warrant out of Lima after a motorcycle crash on Friday at 10:37 p.m.

James was operating a motorcycle westbound on West Court Street when the bike went off the roadway to the right and caused him to lose control and crash just to the west of Wilkinson Avenue.

According to the police report, when police responded the report of a motorcycle crash, James initially denied being involved in a crash after the responding officer saw him walking in the area with fresh scrapes with blood on his arms and hands and grass stains on his clothes. At first, James told the officer he had gotten into a fight but refused to say where it occurred. Upon further investigation, police learned James had a warrant out for his arrest and that he was the driver of the motorcycle that crashed. James was then arrested and transported to the Shelby County Jail.

• Tammy L. Combs, 44, 10551 Shenk Road, was cited with operation without reasonable control and was arrested for OVI after a one-vehicle crash on Friday at 5:39 p.m.

Combs was traveling westbound on state Route 47 when she told police she swerved to the right side of the roadway to avoid hitting the vehicle in front of her that had hit the brakes, then drove over the curb onto the grass and then back out onto the roadway. Combs’ vehicle had three flat tires because of the incident. There also was damage from tire marks in the grass by the roadside.

• Tyler W. Edwards, 18, 2760 Kristy Way, was cited with turning at intersection after a two-vehicle crash on Thursday at 12:27 p.m.

Edwards was turning left from Gleason Street onto Vandemark Road when he turned in front of the southbound vehicle on Vandemark Road causing a collision with the vehicle driven by Raymond M. LePore, 65, of Greenville.

Fire, rescue

TUESDAY

-12:04 to 7:50 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to three calls. No problem was found upon the arrival of one of the calls.

MONDAY

-3:55 p.m.: gas leak. Crews responded to the report of a natural gas leak.

-12:25 a.m. to 10:41 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to nine calls.

SUNDAY

-6:48 p.m.: fire. Firefighters responded for mutual aid to Pemberton for a house fire.

-4:30 to 11:22 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to five calls.

SATURDAY

-4:03 p.m.: fire alarm. Crews responded to a false fire alarm.

-12:38 a.m. to 11:14 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to 17 calls.

FRIDAY

-4:33 p.m.: fire alarm. Crews responded to a false fire alarm.

-3:26 to 7:31 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to four calls.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.