-2:08 p.m.: theft. Theft of a lawnmower was reported at 610 Frazier-Guy Road.
-10:30 to 11:46 p.m.: vandalism. Cars were spray-painted at 10988, 10981 and 10956 Comanche Drive; 10819 Little Turtle Way; 3202 and 3209 Red Feather Road; and 10940 Schenk Road. Several juveniles were seen committing the vandalism at one of the addresses.
-1:50 a.m.: criminal damaging. A golf cart stolen from a vendor at Country Concert was recovered. The person who had taken the golf cart drove it into a camper and the driver ran off. The camper, owned by Bethany L. Huelskamp, Versailles, sustained minor damage.
-11:50 p.m.: disorderly conduct. Danielle Renee Miller, Pandora, was arrested on disorderly conduct/fighting charges following an incident at Country Concert. She was on a transit bus when she allegedly was hitting and biting people. Due to her intoxicated state, Miller was arrested. She complained about her wrist hurting and after she saw medical personnel, she was transported to the Shelby County Jail.
-8:05 p.m.: obstructing official business. Shelby Lynn Larck, Troy, was arrested for obstructing official business during an incident at Country Concert. According to the report, deputies were investigating an alleged assault when Larck got upset and walked toward to victim. A deputy told her to stop and he grabbed her by the arm to get her attention to stop walking toward the victim. She yelled at the deputy not to touch her and pushed on the deputy with her free arm. Verbal commands were given to Larck to get on the ground and a second deputy assisted at the scene. She was transported to the sheriff’s headquarters at the concert for charges.
-10:52 a.m.: criminal damaging. Colesa D. Napier, 3304 Red Feather Road, Sidney, reported someone threw a beer bottle against the side of her car, causing two small dents. Damage was set at $500. The incident happened between 6 and 10:45 a.m. Saturday, July 11.
-12:48 a.m.: arrest. Trenton Michael Bates, 18, of Piqua, was arrested after he fled the scene from a traffic stop. Anna Police had made a traffic stop in the village when two male subjects ran from him. One person ran north on Linden, while the other went in an unknown direction.
Deputy Brian Dotson was on County Road 25A between Meranda Road and the village of Anna when he spotted a man running southbound on the south side of the roadway, The subject then ran through a field toward Interstate 75. A perimeter was set up and the Sidney Police Department K-9 handler Officer Rod Robbins, who was already in Anna assisting with the search, responded to the deputy’s location. An attempt to track the subject was unsuccessful.
A residence on Sharp Road was checked but the subject was not found.
Anna Police arrested Bates.
-7:30 p.m.: theft without consent. Philip Euene Andryshak, Myrtle Beach, South Carlina, reported the theft of a Jagemiester custom set of corn hole boards from a tent by the saloon area at Country Concert. The corn hole boards were valued at $150. The hotel staff at a Piqua hotel where he is staying reported seeing a couple of guests with a set of corn hole boards. Piqua Police was notified about the incident.
-7:46 p.m.: vandalism. Vandalism was reported at 316 West St., Jackson Center.
No citations were issued following an accident Sunday at 6:29 a.m.
According to the report, Joshua Tyler Koppin, 19, of 2301 Fortman Road, Fort Loramie, was traveling northbound on Friemering Road from Loy Road. Koppin fell asleep and traveled straight through a sharp curve in the roadway
The vehicle exited the roadway into a standing cornfield and overturned before coming to rest on the driver’s side.
The vehicle sustained disabling damage. A right-curve sign, owned by the Shelby County Engineer’s Office, was destroyed. The owner of the corn field is Nick Hilgefort, 10117 Hilgefort Road, Fort Loramie.
-1:50 p.m.: medical. Anna Rescue was called to the 200 block of South Pike Street, Anna.
-11:48 p.m.: fire. Anna Fire and Rescue, Botkins Fire, Jackson Center Fire, and Van Buren Township Fire were called to 13490 Pasco-Montra Road, Jackson Township, where smoke was reported in the structure. Jackson Center Fire Chief Jerry Davis said it was a small electrical fire that did no damage.
-6:25 p.m.: medical. Houston Rescue was called to the 2000 block of Stillwater Road.
-3:11 p.m.: medical. Fort Loramie Rescue was called to Select-Arc Inc., 600 Enterprise Drive, Fort Loramie.
Compiled by Mike Seffrin and Melanie Speicher.