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Police log


-1:35 a.m.: aggravated menacing and criminal damaging. Police arrested William Reedy, 23, of Piqua, on charges of aggravated menacing and criminal damaging. He allegedly damaged a door at the residence of Allison Reedy, 233 1/2 N. West Ave. Loss was $100.


-8:43 p.m.: missing person. Tiffany Van Hook, 25, at large, was reported missing.

-6:58 p.m.: theft. Jennifer Vorhees, 746 Chestnut Ave., reported jewelry, valued at $531, was stolen from a jewelry box at her residence.

-5:37 p.m.: theft. Isaias Beltran, 726 Michigan St., reported a money order for $196 was stolen from the Walmart parking lot.

-5:25 p.m.: burglary. Michelle Gooding, 701 N. West Ave., reported a bed frame, air conditioner window unit, and 75 DVDs, valued at $290, were stolen from her residence.

-2:02 p.m.: criminal trespass. Police arrested Dylan Napier, 18, 112 Oak Ave., on a charge of criminal trespass. He allegedly trespassed on CSX Railroad property on Oak Avenue.

-9:34 a.m.: theft. Tammy Napier, 224 Pike St., reported a wallet with $280 cash was stolen from her residence.


-7:23 p.m.: theft. Police charged Jett A. Blackford, 32, of Piqua, with theft. He allegedly stole $43.80 worth of merchandise from Walmart.


Tricia Zimmerman, 35, 108 E. Poplar St., was cited with failure to maintain an assured clear distance after an accident Wednesday at 4:25 p.m.

Zimmerman was southbound on St. Marys Avenue and hit the rear of a car that was stopped in traffic waiting to turn into 2400 St. Marys Ave. The driver of the other auto was Julie Dedomenic, 48, 2360 Eastwood Trail. Dedomenic complained of back pain, but refused medical treatment at the scene.

• Tiffany Shepherd, 21, 520 Fourth Ave., was cited with a stop sign violation after an accident Wednesday at 6:59 p.m.

Shepherd was westbound on Doering Street and stopped at St. Marys Avenue. She turned left (southbound) onto St. Marys and hit a southbound auto driven by Jordan Shoe, 18, 1129 Hilltop Ave., Apt. A.

Fire, rescue


-8:12 a.m.: alarm. Firefighters were called to 500 S. Vandemark Road by a fire alarm. It was a false alarm.

-7:27 a.m.: Medics responded to a call.


-7:39 a.m. to 10:12 p.m.: Medics responded to eight calls.

-10:34 a.m.: gas leak. Firefighters were called to a gas leak at 308 Fifth Ave.


Compiled by Michael Seffrin.

Compiled by Michael Seffrin.