City record


Police log


-9:30 p.m.: assault. Travis Tubb, 24, 316 E. Court St., reported someone assaulted him during an altercation involving several people, leaving an apparent minor injury, redness, and minor swelling on his temple.

-6:01 p.m.: criminal damaging. Virginia Chambers, 43, 1146 Morris Ave., reported someone threw a basketball at her vehicle, breaking the mirror as she was driving eastbound on Court Street. There are no suspects. The vehicle was a rental car.

-2:56 p.m.: warrant service. Police arrested Tyler Lucas, 21, at Sidney Municipal Court for a warrant out of Miami County. He was transported and released to the Miami County Sheriff’s Office.

-2:52 p.m.: theft. Kris Elsner, 37, 515 Montrose St., reported the theft of a bicycle from his residence.

-2 p.m.: found property. A deputy found two packs containing muzzleloading bullets in the area of 425 Belmont St. and placed them into evidence.

-11:49 a.m.: theft. Derek Montenaro, 34, 402 Cherry Drive, reported someone entered his vehicle and removed a DVD player.

-8:16 a.m.: warrant service. Police arrested Ronald Hicks, 42, of Piqua, on a warrant.

-6:46 a.m.: theft. Amber Bucio, 34, 1615 Burkewood Drive, reported someone entered her vehicle and took an ID and credit cards.


-11:53 p.m.: assault. Police were called to the residence of Elizabeth Smith, 209 1/2 E. North St., on a report of an assault. Smith had an apparent minor injury.

-9:45 p.m.: theft. Lynn Whited, 62, 2360 Collins Drive, reported the theft of her vehicle from the Walmart parking lot. A television was also reported stolen in the incident report. Combined total value estimated at $8,400.

-8:57 p.m.: contempt. Police arrested Brandi Deal, 30, of Lakeview, on a Sidney Municipal Court warrant.

-7:57 p.m.: theft. Marissa Baker, 1308 Hancock St., reported a GPS, valued at $50, was stolen from her vehicle at her residence.

-5:34 p.m.: property found. A key was found and given to police.

-4:27 p.m.: attempted identity fraud. Jason Hemmert, 510 Charles Ave., reported fraud.

-3:38 p.m.: endangering children. Police received a report that juveniles had been harmed.

-2:55 p.m.: theft. Personnel at Walmart reported a theft.

-10:36 a.m.: misuse of credit card. Harry Clendenin, 56, 430 E. Robinwood St., reported the misuse of his credit card.

-9:08 a.m.: identity theft. Kailey Collins, 439 Kossuth St., reported identity theft.

-8:05 a.m.: warrant. Police arrested Anthony Aikin, 29, 830 S. Ohio Ave., on a warrant from Miami County.

-2:13 a.m.: drug abuse. Police found pills in a vehicle during a traffic stop in the 700 block of Port Jefferson Road. Investigation is continuing pending lab results.


-6:24 p.m.: aggravated menacing. A juvenile reported her ex-boyfriend threatened her at work.

-11:19 a.m.: found property. An Ohio ID card, belonging to Douglas Evans Jr., was found on the property of 120 W. Water St. Evans could not be located. It was placed into evidence for safe keeping.


A car hit a bicycle rider Tuesday at 7:22 a.m.

Sally Jo Pulfer, 54, 747 Clinton Ave., was southbound on Fourth Avenue and stopped at the traffic light at Campbell Road. She was preparing to turn right onto Campbell when a bicycle ridden by Zachary Sneed, 13, 2431 Apache Drive, eastbound on the sidewalk on Campbell entered the crosswalk and was hit by the car. Sneed had nonincapacitating injuries. The Department of Fire & Emergency Services took him to Wilson Memorial Hospital. Police said Sneed was wearing dark clothing, riding a black bike, and there were no lights on the bike as he was crossing the unlighted intersection in the dark. No citations were issued.

Fire, rescue


-3:24 a.m.: Medics responded to a call.


-10:12 p.m.: Medics responded to a call.

-8:54 p.m.: Crews responded to an vehicle accident at Riverside Drive and Riverbend Boulevard.

-12:18 to 7:03 p.m.: Medics responded to eight calls.

-9:37 a.m.: Crews responded to Sidney Middle School for a malfunction in the dishwasher creating a smoke scare.


-7:26 a.m. to 11:56 p.m.: Medics responded to eight calls.

-4:25 p.m.: carbon monoxide. Firefighters were called to 320 S. Wilkinson Ave., where a carbon monoxide alarm was sounding. They did not find any problem.


Compiled by Michael Seffrin and Alexandra Newman.

Compiled by Michael Seffrin and Alexandra Newman.