-2:21 a.m.: theft. Kayla Snyder, 836 Park St., reported a theft in the area of South Street and Enterprise Avenue.
-9:20 p.m.: unruly juvenile. A man reported his 15-year-old daughter left the house without permission. A charge of being unruly was filed against the juvenile.
-5:43 p.m.: burglary. Mark Bender, 317 New St., reported a Playstation controller, valued at $25, was stolen from his residence.
-11:41 a.m.: theft. Items were stolen from the vehicles of Brian and Mary Reese, 319 N. Ohio Ave., at their residence. Stolen were $160 cash and other items.
-10:21 a.m.: unruly juvenile. A man reported an unruly juvenile.
-9:46 a.m.: probation violation. Police arrested Jessica L. Work, 29, of Troy, on a warrant from Sidney Municipal Court.
-8:40 a.m.: theft. Police issued a summons for theft to Bruce R. Jones Sr., 34, 332 Wilson Ave., for the alleged theft of a candy bar from Sidney Food Mart.
-9:35 p.m.: driving under the influence. Police investigated an auto accident at 135 N. Ohio Ave. Charges are to be filed later.
-5:22 p.m.: warrant. Police arrested Collin M. Hymes, 26, 27770 N. Broadway Ave., on a warrant from Miami County.
An accident occurred Tuesday at 7:18 a.m.
Bobbi A. Lowe, 18, 2114 Wapakoneta Ave., told police she was southbound on Ohio Avenue and attempted to move into the right-turn lane at North Street. Her auto hit a car that also was southbound and had entered the lane prior to it becoming a turn lane. The driver of the other auto was David M. Wilson, 16, 2876 Thompson-Schiff Road. No citations were issued because of conflicting driver statements, both vehicles had been moved before police arrived, and there were no witnesses to the crash, police said.
• Lindsay Homan, 32, 501 Karen Ave., was cited with failure to yield after an accident Monday at 2:53 p.m.
Homan told police she was turning left out of 1529 Michigan St. and didn’t see an eastbound auto. The eastbound auto, driven by Morgan Fortman, 19, 4772 Cardo Road, Fort Loramie, hit the driver’s side of the Homan car.
-12:11 to 11:03 a.m.: Medics responded to eight calls.
-9:47 a.m. to 5:22 p.m.: Medics responded to six calls.
Compiled by Michael Seffrin.