-10:09 p.m.: forgery. Little Caesars Pizza on Michigan Street reported someone tried to pass a fake $100 bill at the business. A police investigation is open into the matter.
-4:10 p.m.: criminal trespass. A juvenile was arrested after Sunoco Gas Station on Fair Road reported a trespassing.
-2:22 p.m.: theft. The theft of personal documents were reported stolen from a folder out of a bag while at the Alpha Community Center on East Court Street.
-11:34 a.m.: theft. Packages containing shaving products and a coffee mug were stolen after they were delivered to 231 W. Poplar St.
-11:13 a.m.: theft. The past theft of an Ohio dealer license plate was reported to the police.
-6:13 a.m.: juvenile delinquent. Police are investigating the report of a missing juvenile.
-4:23 p.m.: theft. The theft of a Mossberg 500 shotgun, valued at $350, and a Barnett crossbow, valued at $70, were reported stolen from 442 Riverside Drive.
-12:07 p.m.: found property. The ID card belonging to Julie Heaton was found at Tawawa Park and was turned into the police department.
-11:18 a.m.: theft. Firewood, valued at $20, was reported stolen from the back porch of 510 Hall Ave.
-7:53 a.m.: assault. Donald Byrd Strunk, 37, 710 Michigan Street, was arrested for assault.
-3:03 a.m.: assault. Leah Nicole Barrett, 22, 128 1/2 N. Pomeroy Ave., was arrested for assault and criminal damaging after a 50-inch Samsung TV, valued at $400, and a picture frame, valued at $50, were reported damaged at a residence in the 800 block of Merri Lane.
-11:40 p.m.: aggravated robbery. Police are investigating a report of a robbery at gunpoint, in which $70 was stolen in the area of North Miami Avenue and Jefferson Street.
-8:28 p.m.: driving under the influence. James L. Neer, 68, of Jackson Center, was arrested for OVI.
-5:37 p.m.: lost property. A man’s black bi-fold wallet containing his driver’s license, Social Security card, and State Farm insurance card was reported lost at Chase Bank on Michigan Street.
-3:15 p.m.: warrant. Hollie Ja Kuch, 31, at large, was arrested on a warrant.
-11:31 p.m.: lost property. A man’s brown, leather tri-fold wallet, containing his military ID and a Michigan driver’s license, was reported possibly lost in the parking lot of the Day Inn on Folkerth Avenue.
-8:07 p.m.: theft. A juvenile was reported missing. Cigarettes, valued at $10, were also reported stolen.
-6:35 p.m.: criminal damaging. An exterior glass door, valued at $350, was reportedly shattered at 892 Fielding Road.
-5:41 p.m.: warrant. Kacee M. Dingle, 23, 1129 Hilltop Ave., Apt. F, was arrested on an active warrant.
-2:17 p.m.: warrant. Charles M. Williams, 26, 9000 County Road 25A, was arrested on a grand jury indictment.
-10:36 a.m.: warrant. Dennis M. Watercutter, 49, 521 E. North St., was served a summons.
-10:05 p.m.: warrant. Cory J. Arbogast Jr., 26, 522 1/2 E. Court St., was arrested on an active Miami County warrant.
-12:11 p.m.: criminal damaging. During a reported roadrage incident in the 1000 block of Wapakoneta Avenue, the driver of a 2011 red Ford also reported her vehicle’s driver’s side rear door was dented during the incident.
No one was cited following a two-vehicle crash on private property on Monday at 1:28 p.m.
Jacqueline K. Lenz, 60, 17161 Sunset Drive, was backing out of a parking space in the Sidney High School parking lot on Campbell Road when she struck the right front side of the westbound vehicle in the parking lot that was driven by Cheri A. Epperson, 56, 1174 Westwood Drive.
• No one was cited following a crash on private property on Sunday at 2:45 p.m.
Adam Gillam, 22, 596 Lindsey Road, was in the Walmart parking lot on Michigan Street helping another person get their car started and then he backed his vehicle into a parked vehicle in the parking lot that is owned by Ryan Booser, of Maplewood. Gillam then left the area. Police later located Gillam, who admitted to hitting Booser’s vehicle and leaving the scene.
• No one was cited following a crash involving a person on a bicycle on Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 2:52 p.m.
Joshua A. Reynolds, 35, 222 Washington St., was traveling northbound on a bicycle on the sidewalk of Main Avenue and then rode across the crosswalk at Lane Street when he was struck by the westbound vehicle on Lane Street at the intersection of North Main Avenue.
The other vehicle was driven by Kylee M. Green, 30, 220 1/2 N. Miami Ave.
Reynolds was transported by Sidney Fire to Wilson Health.
• Roberta Tebbe, 80, 433 Lunar St., was cited with right of way at intersection after a two-vehicle crash on Sunday at 4:12 p.m.
Tebbe was traveling eastbound and stopped at the red light on Michigan Street. When the light turned green she attempted to turn right onto North Vandemark Road and was struck by the westbound vehicle on Michigan Street that was driven by Leslie Henderson, 40, 2526 Alpine Court.
• Malorie A. Cox, 29, 2370 Kuther Road, was cited with improper lane change after a two-vehicle crash on Friday at 5:58 p.m.
Cox was traveling southbound on South Vandemark Road and when she attempted to change into the right lane from the left lane, her vehicle sideswiped the southbound vehicle in the right lane on South Vandemark Road that was driven by Debra S. Vandine, 63, 255 Miami River Road.
• Kara N. Boze, 19, of Clayton, was cited with assured clear distance ahead following a two-vehicle crash on Friday at 3:22 p.m.
Boze was traveling westbound on Fair Road when she struck the rear of the slowing vehicle in front of her that was driven by Galeb Cathcart, 34, 1111 Hawthorn St.
Both drivers were transported by Sidney Fire to Wilson Heath.
-1:16 to 6:29 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to three calls.
-12:24 a.m. to 9:47 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to eight calls.
-1:19 to 2:46 p.m.: fire alarm. Firefighters responded to two false fire alarms.
-12:24 a.m. to 6:23 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to 10 calls.
-12:48 a.m. to 8:12 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to seven calls.
-6:42 p.m.: standby. Medics were on standby during the Sidney High School football game.
-12:28 p.m.: carbon monoxide. Firefighters conducted a carbon monoxide investigation.
-2:12 a.m. to 10:55 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to 13 calls.
-11:22 a.m to 8:31 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to four calls.
Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.