-9:44 p.m.: theft. Charles Terrell, 52, of Xenia, reported the theft of construction tools at Wilson Memorial Hospital.
-4:42 p.m.: criminal damaging. Charlene Thayer, 55, 809 Taft St., reported damage to the tire on her vehicle.
-3:55 p.m.: warrant service. Police arrested James Goings, 36, during a traffic stop, in the 200 block of Jefferson Street, on a warrant out of Miami County.
-2:29 p.m.: theft. Tracie Fleming, 34, 514 Franklin Ave., reported someone took her brown women’s wallet from her unlocked vehicle. The wallet contained several credit cards and personal paperwork. Also reported stolen was a black GPS unit.
-12:54 p.m.: theft. Douglas Hilyard, 64, 222 1/2 Brooklyn Ave., reported a car battery stolen.
-10:39 a.m.: theft. Rhonda Caudill, 65, 234 S. Miami Ave., reported a car battery stolen.
-10:20 a.m.: theft. Police arrested Randi Brown, 30, 2531 Oakmont Court, after he allegedly tried to leave The Family Dollar Store on Wapakoneta Avenue while concealing merchandise.
-8:38 a.m.: theft. Dina Murphy, 45, 301 E. Court St., Apt. B., reported an unknown suspect had stolen a motorcycle helmet and leather riding gloves from her unlocked vehicle. The suspect also cut the battery cables under the hood.
-6:44 a.m.: theft. Michael Blair, 29, 246 W. Court St., reported an unknown person stole a car battery, a chainsaw, a 20-inch purple bicycle, a mountain bike and a sweeper from his residence.
-5:25 a.m.: found property. A boys Mongoose dirt bike was found in the area of 114 Oak Ave. with no one around. It was placed into the police garage.
James Wildenhaus, 55, 567 Bon Air Drive, was cited for operation without control after an accident Thursday at 4:39 p.m.
Wildenhaus was traveling southbound on Brooklyn Avenue when as he pulled over to try to park in front of a vehicle on the right side of the street and he struck the already-parked vehicle on the left front.
-9:46 a.m.: Medics responded to a call.
-7:11 a.m.: Crews responded to Miami Avenue at North Street for an auto accident.
-8:01 p.m.: Crews responded to the 1400 block of Constitution Avenue for carbon monoxide alarm with symptoms. No CO was detected. The detector had a bad battery.
-2:20 p.m. to 4:35 p.m.: Medics responded to four calls.
Compiled by Alexandra Newman