City record


Police log


-4:09 a.m.: property found. While on patrol, police found a canvas bag containing tools at 545 N. Vandemark Road.

-12:55 a.m.: harassment. Crystal Gilmore, of Columbus, reported received harassing and inappropriate messages via Facebook.


-6:21 p.m.: unruly juvenile. A man reported his 14-year-old daughter had not returned home from school.

-4:21 p.m.: assault. A woman reported her son was assaulted on the bus on his way home from school.

-11:55 a.m.: theft. Joy Gorongsay, 757 Park St., reported medication, a checkbook, debit card and credit card, purse an wallet, valued at $34, were stolen from her residence.

-9:55 a.m.: misuse of credit card. Joseph Tolton, of Richmond, Indiana, reported someone misused his credit card at Walgreen.


-9:33 p.m.: unruly juvenile. A woman reported her 14-year-old son was unruly. Police charged him with being unruly.


Michael Beam, 22, of Piqua, was cited with failure to maintain an assured clear distance after an accident Tuesday at 10:16 a.m.

Beam was northbound on Wapakoneta Avenue, near Russell Road, and struck in the rear a pickup truck that was stopped. The driver of the truck was Howard Olden, 87, 14002 N. County Road 25A. The Sidney Department of Fire & Emergency Services responded and assisted a passenger in the Beam auto, Katlyn Willis, 18, of Piqua. She had possible injuries, but did not require emergency transport.

• Heather Casto, 36, 3855 Russia-Versailles Road, Russia, was cited with a turning violation after an accident Tuesday at 12:16 p.m.

Casto was southbound on South Ohio Avenue in the right lane and attempted to turn left onto Dallas Street. Her auto struck a car that was southbound in the left lane. The other auto apparently left the scene after the crash.

Fire, rescue


-6:53 to 10:11 a.m.: Medics responded to four calls.

-7:22 a.m.: false alarm. Firefighters were called to 2080 Michigan St. It was a false alarm.


-1:32 to 11:20 p.m.: Medics responded to five calls.


Compiled by Michael Seffrin.

Compiled by Michael Seffrin.