City record


Police log

TUESDAY

-11:20 p.m.: probation violation. Crystal Marlow, 39, 314 ½ Forest St., was arrested on a warrant.

WEDNESDAY

-8:10 p.m.: theft. Jamie Shoemaker, 33, 8070 Hardin Wapakoneta Road, reported someone used her Kroger gift card, valued at $10, with out permission.

-8:17 p.m.: forgery. Police investigated a forgery complaint made by Kentucky Fried Chicken on South Vandemark Road.

-4:13 p.m.: theft. Marcella Hauff, 37, of Sidney, reported the theft of a Miss Me purse, a Mossy Oak coat, $40 in cash, $600 from a Chase bank card, $300 from another bank card and an HTC cell phone from Amos Memorial Public Library on East North Street.

-11:22 a.m.: found property. Gary Kaser, 67, 125 Twinbrook Place, turned in the police department a .22 caliber Sears Roebuck and Co. rifle. He said it belonged to his family and they didn’t want it any longer. It was placed into evidence.

-9:46 a.m.: theft. Lorrie Pellman, 19, 230 Jefferson St., reported her LG cellphone had not been returned after loaning it to someone she knows.

-7:01 a.m.: burglary. Spenser Anderson, 20, 409 Jefferson St., reported the theft of a 42-inch flat screen Panasonic TV from his residence.

Crashes

James Cline, 64, of Zanesfield, was cited with driving right side of the road after a two-vehicle crash on Wednesday at 3:19 p.m.

Cline was traveling southbound in the 700 block of Fourth Avenue when he traveled across the center line into the northbound lanes and struck a northbound vehicle driven by Sara Dean, 36, 10947 Commanche Drive head-on.

Both drivers were transported by Sidney Fire Department to Wilson Health for possible injuries.

Cline told police he did not remember anything for the last several feet prior to the crash. He said he awoke upon the collision. Cline told police he is on several medications that make him drowsy but only took one pill that morning. Police checked Cline for impairment and nor clear indicators were present.

Cline also informed police he had just been in another automobile crash a couple of days prior in Bellefontaine. Police ask who the owner is of vehicle he was driving on Wednesday. Cline said he was the owner. Then after police questioned him about the name on the vehicle’s registration, he said he did not know the person, but then said he did know him but that person had died. Cline told police he believes people may have his identity and are messing with him. Upon further investigation, Sidney Police learned from the Bellefontaine Police Department that Cline was not supposed to be driving the vehicle and that they were investigating him for taking the vehicle without the owner’s permission.

• Jerica Brunswick, 23, of Piqua, was cited with turning at intersection after a two-vehicle crash on Wednesday at 1:14 p.m.

Brunswick was traveling southbound in the right lane on North Ohio when she struck the side of another vehicle traveling in the left lane as she was attempting to turn left onto Washington street.

The other vehicle was driven by Brittany Fleming, 26, 711 S. Ohio Ave.

Both drivers were transported by Sidney Rescue to Wilson Health.

Fire, rescue

THURSDAY

-2:19 a.m. to 2:08 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to eight calls.

WEDNESDAY

-1:14 to 3:18 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to two automobile crashes.

-7:28 a.m. to 9:40 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to seven calls.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.