Police log

MONDAY

-5:50 p.m.: warrant. Michael Parrett Jr., 50, 1220 Morris Ave., was arrested on an active warrant.

-2:39 p.m.: warrant. Jessica L. Nafzger, 38, at large, was arrested on a contempt warrant.

-2:31 p.m.: warrant. Nathan Alan Moeller, 37, 321 Williams St., was served a summons.

-12:41 p.m.: theft. The theft of a vehicle registration belonging to a grey 2003 Oldsmobile was reported stolen from the vehicle while parked in the 300 block of South Main Avenue.

-11:56 a.m.: theft. An LG cellphone, valued at $100, was reported stolen.

•-8:59 a.m.: assault. Police are investigating an alleged assault.

SUNDAY

-7:30 p.m.: theft. The theft of an HP laptop, valued at $380, and a jar containing $10 in change was reportedly stolen out of a tan 2000 Chrysler while parked on Foraker Avenue.

-7:19 p.m.: theft. The theft of a DK 20-inch bicycle, valued at $80, was reported stolen from 306 Enterprise Ave.

-4:07 p.m.: criminal trespass. James Edward Hughes, 47, 809 W. North St., was arrested for criminal trespass.

-4:03 p.m.: burglary. Police are investigating the report that someone entered the residence of 323 E. South St. and stole a woman’s white winter coat, valued at $50.

-3:08 p.m.: theft. Twenty articles of clothing, valued at $500, was reported stolen in the past from a 2019 Chrysler while parked at in the Peebles parking lot on Michigan Street.

-6:52 a.m.: criminal damaging. All four tires on a 2005 Kia were reported damaged while parked in the 500 block of N. Main Avenue. The damage is set at $500.

-2:21 a.m.: driving under the influence. Chelsea M. Higgins, 28, of Piqua, was arrested from OVI.

SATURDAY

-7:17 p.m.: theft. Walmart on Michigan Street reported the past theft by deception of $77 in cash.

-5:38 p.m.: criminal mischief. A criminal mischief report was made which alleged air was let out of the rear passenger’s side tire on a 2005 silver Chrysler.

-3:19 p.m.: found property. The birth certificate of Derek Wilson was found at Burger King on Michigan Street and then was turned into the police department.

-1:33 p.m.: lost property. An iPhone 5 with a black case, valued at $100, a U.S. Bank card and Natalie Herrick’s driver’s license were reported lost at Tawawa Park on Whipp Road.

-11:29 a.m.: theft. A boy’s black Mongoose trail bike, valued at $100, was reported stolen out of the yard of 202 N. Walnut Ave.

-3:33 a.m.: lost property. A wallet containing a Social Security card, driver’s license, a money order, an insurance card and cash was reportedly lost at Walmart on Michigan Street.

-2:14 a.m.: domestic violence. Heather E. Miller, 37, 814 Dingman St., was arrested for domestic violence.

-1:39 a.m.: driving under OVI suspension. Nerith Johana Gonzalez, 47, 729 Arrowhead Drive, was arrested for driving under OVI suspension.

FRIDAY

-7:04 p.m.: domestic violence. Sheyanne Nycole Heatherly, 19, 1510 Spruce Ave., Apt. 3, was arrested for domestic violence.

-4:58 p.m.: domestic violence. A juvenile was arrested for domestic violence.

-4:39 p.m.: domestic violence. Ryan D. Karns, 23, 23434 Collins Drive, was arrested for domestic violence and unlawful restraint.

-3:26 p.m.: warrant. Phillip L. Murray, 26, St. Marys, was arrested on a warrant.

-3:14 p.m.: menacing. Robert L. Spearman, 57, 9525 Lochard Road, was arrested for menacing.

-1:47 p.m.: warrant. Tyler A. Hurst, 31, at large, was arrested on a warrant.

-12:36 p.m.: theft. A set of license plates to a Ford Explorer and prescription medication were reported stolen out of a blue 2007 Toyota while parked at Walmart on Michigan Street.

-7:41 a.m.: burglary. A warrant was issued after the theft of $2,000 was reported stolen. A domestic incident was also reported at the location of the theft.

-1:42 a.m.: possession of drugs. Carl M. Hagerman, 38, of Definace, was arrested for the possession of drugs schedule I or II substance.

THURSDAY

-4:18 p.m.: burglary. A 55-inch LG flat screen TV, valued at $500, was reported stolen from 307 N. Miami Ave., Apt 2. A back door was reported damaged at the residence also. The damage is set at $500.

-1:14 p.m.: identity theft. A womanvictim reported her identity was stolen which someone known used to obtain a credit card.

Crashes

Bruce Boone, 37, of Troy, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday at 5:38 a.m.

Boone was traveling northbound on South Vandemark Road when he struck the rear of a stopped vehicle in front of him at the light at Michigan Street. The collision caused the other vehicle to be pushed out into the intersection and then, according to the police report, Boone fled the scene. He was located later and stopped by a deputy from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and was cited for leaving the scene of a crash.

The other vehicle was driven by Jaquelyn L. Czaja, 57, of Troy.

• Noah L. Houts, 18, 851 Fielding Road, was cited with marked lanes after a two-vehicle crash on Sunday at 4:24 p.m.

Houts was traveling eastbound on state Route 47 in the outside lane and when he attempted to change from the right lane to the left lane struck the eastbound vehicle in the left lane that was driven by Aundrea M. Bryant, 43, of Troy.

• Kiana M. Howard, 17, of Sidney, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday at 8:03 p.m.

Howard was traveling southbound in the 1200 block of Fourth Avenue when she did not stop in time and struck the rear of the vehicle in front of her that was turning east into the private drive of 1277 Fourth Ave.

The other vehicle was driven by Anthony J. Sell, 51, 1277 Fourth Ave.

• Dean M. McFarlin, 26, of Quincy, was cited with driving within lanes after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday at 3:47 p.m.

McFarlin was traveling westbound in the farthest right curb lane in the 2000 block of Michigan Street and when he attempted to change into the left lane struck the westbound vehicle in the left lane that was driven by Randall R. Marchal, 62, of Russia.

• Cheyenne L. Coffey, 22, 5592 Patterson Halpin Road, was cited with illegal U-turn after a two-vehicle crash on Friday at 11:31 a.m.

Coffey was traveling westbound on Poplar Street when she turned left to park in an angled parking spot for eastbound traffic when she was struck by a vehicle that was backing out of a parking spot in front of West Poplar Street that was driven by Michael S. St. Meyers, 53, 240 S. Miami Ave.

• Michael J. Riston, 63, of White Stone, Virginia, was cited with right of way turning left after a two-vehicle crash on Friday at 9:44 a.m.

Riston was traveling was traveling northbound from a private drive at 1529 State Route 47 when he attempted to make a left turn onto state Route 47 and was struck by a westbound vehicle on state Route 47 that was driven by Tamatha A. Saunders, 43, 245 W. North St.

• Gregory A. Gunnell, 56, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after a two-vehicle crash on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 3:28 p.m.

Gunnell was traveling eastbound on North Street when he failed to stop and struck the vehicle in front of him that had slowed down to make a left hand turn into the parking lot of Superior Auto on North Street.

The other vehicle was driven by Brandon L. Schemmel, 23, 432 N. Miami Ave.

• No one was cited following a crash involving a juvenile on a bicycle on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 7:04 a.m.

William G. Boehm, 10, of Sidney, was riding his bike northbound from an alley into the path of the eastbound vehicle in the 100 block of West Water Street causing the vehicle to strike him.

The vehicle was driven by Aaron Young, 37, 1113 Riverbend Blvd.

Fire, rescue

TUESDAY

-4:43 a.m.: fire alarm. Crews responded to a false fire alarm.

-12:48 to 6:58 a.m.: medical. Crews responded to four calls.

MONDAY

-6:58 p.m.: structure fire. Crews responded to 311 S. Miami Ave. for a structure fire that was upgraded to a box alarm.

-4:29 p.m.: service call. Firefighters conducted a service call.

-2:58 a.m. to 9:46 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to eight calls. Perry Port Salem responded to one of the calls for Sidney medics.

-2:07 a.m.: fire alarm. Crews responded to a false fire alarm.

SUNDAY

-7:27 to 9:23 p.m.: open burn. Firefighters conducted two open burn investigations.

-7:03 p.m.: fire alarm. Crews responded to a fire alarm that was set off by an overheated dishwasher.

-3:34 a.m. to 11:34 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to six calls.

SATURDAY

-10:56 p.m.: fire alarm. Crews responded to a false fire alarm.

-6:32 a.m. to 11:38 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to 12 calls.

FRIDAY

-3:06 p.m.: carbon monoxide. Firefighters conducted a carbon monoxide investigation.

-8:44 a.m. to 11:11 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to eight calls.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.