City record

Police log


-6:52 a.m.: contempt. Destiny N. Grove, 27, of Cincinnati, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.


-8:46 p.m.: receiving stolen property. Rachael R. Slife, 45, at large, was arrested for receiving stolen property after a white 1999 Jeep Cherokee, valued at $1,500, was recovered from 1039 Riverbend Blvd.

-7:55 p.m.: criminal damaging. Stefanie L. Sullenberger, 47, 607 N. Miami Ave., was arrested for theft and criminal damaging after Family Dollar on Wapakoneta Avenue reported the theft of merchandise valued at $53.55. The business also reported merchandise in the amount of $53.55 was damaged. The merchandise was recovered.

-7:39 p.m.: warrant. Amber R. Ashburn, 46, of Brookville, was arrested on an outstanding Miami County warrant.

-3:37 p.m.: unruly juvenile. A juvenile was arrested for being unruly.

-1:28 p.m.: contempt. JP King, 44, of St. Paris, was arrested on a warrant.

-10 a.m.: telephone harassment. Police are investigating a telephone harassment report.

-8:53 a.m.: warrant. Cody Gerald Roesser, 33, at large, was arrested on a warrant.


-10:23 a.m.: criminal damaging. Four vehicles were reported damaged at 619 Oak Ave. The windshield on three vehicles were reported damaged. The cost of the damage is set at $200 per windshield. A hood, mirror and taillight, were reported damaged on a fourth vehicle. The total amount of the cost of the damage to the other vehicle is set at $300.


No one was cited after a crash involving a juvenile on a bicycle on Monday at 2:48 p.m.

Craig A. Steenrod, 69, 628 Chestnut Ave., was traveling eastbound on Fair Road and as he attempted to turn right onto Chestnut Avenue the eastbound bicycle in the crosswalk on Chestnut Avenue that was operated by 13-year-old Addison Cable, of Sidney, struck Steenrod’s vehicle, causing minor damage.

Fire, rescue


-4:47 a.m.: medical. Crews responded to a call.


-3:42 to 11:27 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to four calls. Aid was not needed upon the arrival of one call.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.