City record


Police log

WEDNESDAY

-2:17 a.m.: assault and aggravated menacing. Jeffrery Fitch, of Piqua, reported someone threatened his wife and family at a Doorley Road address.

-1:01 a.m.: criminal damaging. Ronnie Cruea, 211 Forest St., reported someone threw an unidentified object and broke a window at the rear of his residence. Loss was $100.

TUESDAY

-11:03 p.m.: warrant. Police arrested Joshua S. Bensing, 30, 122 1/2 E. Clay St., on a warrant from Auglaize County.

-10:17 p.m.: property lost. Kate Jones, 824 Park St., reported she lost a wallet.

-4:55 p.m.: criminal trespass. Robert Johnson II, 629 N. West Ave., reported an employee of a rental business removed a lock and entered the cellar of his residence to repossess property.

-3:50 p.m.: disorderly conduct. A juvenile was assaulted at Humphrey Park. The victim had apparent minor injuries.

-3 p.m.: criminal damaging. Elahdj Thiaw, 703 N. Main Ave., reported someone damage a tire on a vehicle overnight at the residence. Loss was $50.

-2:59 p.m.: burglary. Harold Beaver, 732 Broadway Ave., reported someone entered his residence and stole food, a cell phone, videocassette recorder and other items, valued about $123.

-1:43 p.m.: theft. Amy Cramer, 648 N. Ohio Ave., reported someone stole her son’s bicycle, valued at $100, from the backyard.

Accident

Brennan D. McCloud, 23, of Dayton, was cited with failure to yield the right of way after an accident Thursday, June 11, at 2:13 p.m.

McCloud and an auto driven by Benjamin Markovitz, 30, 731 S. Main Ave., were northbound on Main Avenue at North Street. McCloud was in the right lane and Markovitz in the left lane of the one-way street. McCloud attempted to turn left from the right lane and his vehicle collided with the Markovitz vehicle. Markovitz and his passengers said they were injured, but they refused transport to a hospital.

Fire, rescue

WEDNESDAY

-12:56 a.m.: Medics responded to a call.

TUESDAY

-12:15 to 8:20 p.m.: Medics responded to 11 calls.