City record

Police log


-3:10 a.m.: criminal damaging. Police are investigating the report made by Jessica Hawkins, 25, 1025 Buckeye Ave., that someone she knows damaged the windshield on her 2007 Ford Coupe 4S. Damage is set at $500.


-6:15 p.m.: domestic violence. Randall Johnson, 38, 222 Ruth St., was arrested for domestic violence.

-5:30 p.m.: theft. Police are investigating the report made by Walmart on Michigan Street that a female stole $20.97 worth of merchandise on Oct. 19.

-6:07 p.m.: misuse of credit card. Louis Steele, 41, 2805 Wapakoneta Ave., Apt. 70, reported his Kohl’s credit card was used to make multiple purchases online in the amount of $648.47.

-9:30 a.m.: theft. Makayla Cardwell, 20, 1515 Kenwood Ave., Apt. 9, reported the theft of her wallet, child support MasterCard, Social Security card, ID, Visa cash back debit card and $10 from her residence.


-9:49 p.m.: criminal damaging. Jessie Stewart, 82, 707 Lynn St., reported a concrete flower pot, valued at $40, was damaged at her residence.

-4:25 p.m.: theft. Tracie Padgett, 42, of Piqua, reported her vehicle was entered at Kiddie Care Castle day care center on North Walnut Avenue and $23 and her cigarettes were stolen.

-3:08 p.m.: unruly juvenile. A juvenile was arrested for being unruly.

-12:28 a.m.: unnecessary noise. Lucas Smith, 37, 1539 Cedarbrooke Place, was arrested for an unnecessary noise violation.


-8:25p.m.: theft. Police are investigating the report made by Walmart on Michigan Street of theft of merchandise valued at $8.96.

-7:41 a.m.: theft. Greg Russell, 42, at large, was arrested for theft.


-4:45 p.m.: theft. Reagan Bowen, 18, and Rebecca Long, 18, both of Piqua, were arrested for theft after Walmart on Michigan Street reported the theft of miscellaneous items, valued at $150.

-4:40 p.m.: criminal trespass. Russell Poe, 27, of Castalia, was arrested for criminal trespass.

-9:16 a.m.: theft. Christina Morris, of New Bremen, reported the theft of a set of car keys and a key card from 1899 Wapakoneta Ave.


Janet Elsass, 91, 1148 Ontario Court, was cited assured clear distance ahead after a two-vehicle crash on Monday at 4:08 p.m.

Elsass was traveling westbound on Michigan Street when she struck the rear of a vehicle stopped in traffic at the red light on Michigan Street.

The other vehicle was driven by Kassandra Daniel, 25, 3588 W. Russell Road.

• No one was cited following a two-vehicle crash on Monday at 3:57 p.m.

Robert Shoe, 38, 420 Jefferson St., was traveling northbound in an alley at 625 ½ Broadway Ave. when his vehicle was struck in the left front corner by the westbound vehicle in the alley that was driven by Rebecca Varney, 30, 626 S. Main Ave.

• Ralph Davidson, 85, of Pemberton, was cited for running a red light after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday at 12:24 p.m.

Davidson was traveling westbound on Michigan Street in the right lane when he ran a red light at the intersection of the Walmart parking lot exit and struck the left side of a vehicle that was exiting the parking lot and was attempting to make a left turn onto Michigan Street.

The other vehicle was driven by Teresa Fries, 53, 74 Brooklyn Ave.

Davidson was transported by Sidney Medics to Wilson Health.

Fire, rescue


-7:20 a.m.: crash. Medics responded to the report of an automobile crash.

-3:33 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to a call.

-1:36 a.m.: gas leak. Crews responded to 828 Oak St. on the report of a possible gas leak.


-12:52 p.m.: crash. Crews responded to an automobile crash.

-11:28 a.m. to 11 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to 10 calls.


-2:52 p.m.: open burn. Crews investigated an open burn complaint.

-1:17 p.m.: ammonia leak. Firefighters responded to an ammonia leak from a refrigeration unit at Freshway Foods on North Stolle Avenue. The leak was stopped by employees before firefighters arrived. The business was evacuated as crews were on the scene for two hours. The HazMat team was not needed to be dispatched.

-12:46 a.m. to 7:59 p.m.: medical. Crews responded to three calls.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.

Compiled by Sheryl Roadcap.