Information filed by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:
OVERDOSE: A 63-year-old female was transported to Upper Valley Medical Center after snorting heroin in the area of 700 block of Rangeline Road, Newton Twp.
ACCIDENT: A deputy responded to the 7600 block of Montgomery County Line Road, Union Twp., on a private property non-injury crash. A juvenile was backing up the family vehicle with her father guiding her from behind the vehicle. The juvenile accidentally pressed the gas instead of the brake, causing the vehicle to roll over her father. The juvenile then jumped out of the vehicle. The vehicle then rolled over her as well. Both the juvenile and parent were checked out by medics, but refused squad. Witness statements were collected and put into a case file.
OVI: Charles Ingledue, 54, of Harrod, was charged with OVI and resisting arrest.
PROPERTY: A purse belonging to an Amy Scott was turned over to a road deputy.
BURGLARY: A resident in the 8300 block of Lauver Road, Newton Twp., reported someone stole several items from the residence.
ANIMAL ISSUE: An unknown dog killed about nine chickens in the 8000 block of Mill Road, Alcony. It’s unknown where the dog came from and it was gone when the deputy arrived on scene.
DISORDERLY: A deputy responded to Rich’s gas station in Bradford, on reports of two juveniles asking several individuals to buy them cigarettes. An employee stated it the third time this has happened, and wanted them warned for trespassing. The employee did not know their identity and said they are not from this area. The only description was an African American female wearing a striped shirt and a white male walking a black dog. The subjects, a juvenile male and an adult female, were later located and subsequently charged with disorderly conduct after warning and obstructing official business.
BAIL SCAM: A deputy responded to a fraud complaint in Union Township. A male subject called the victim, stating that he works for a bail bondsman and that the victim’s grandson had been arrested. The male subject stated they need $9,500 in order to get him out of jail. The victim paid cash in full to an unknown individual, only to realize the entire story was fraudulent a short time later.
OVI: Dispatch advised of a reckless operation on East State Route 41. A deputy initiated a traffic stop on the listed vehicle at East State Route 55 and South State Route 202. Gary Beavers, 52, of New Carlisle, was charged with Mark Lanes, open container, and OVI. The operator was released to a valid and sober driver. Beavers blood alcohol level was measured at .271 percent.
OVI: Oreon Carter, 38, of Springfield, was charged with OVI refusal and marked lanes at Troy-Sidney and Piqua-Troy Road.
FRAUD: A Tipp City resident reported credit card fraud of $163 at the Huber Heights Target. Case pending.
OVERDOSE: A deputy responded to an apparent overdose in the 6200 block of U.S. Route 40, Bethel Twp.
BURNOUT: While patrolling the village of Bradford, a deputy noticed a large cloud of smoke coming from the area of West Keller Street and Miami Street. The deputy realized the smoke was coming from a Mustang doing a burnout on Keller Street. The driver of the vehicle was cited with reckless operation.
OVI: Michelle Swimer, of New Carlisle, was charged with OVI and traffic control devices in the area of Staunton and North Market streets.
IDDINGS ROAD BURGLARIES: A deputy was dispatched to the 6000 block of Iddings Road, Union Twp., on a burglary complaint. Several items were stolen from a locked garage. The victim’s purse was also stolen with several credit cards and a checkbook. Investigation is pending. Deputies responded to a theft from a motor vehicle during the overnight hours in the 5000 block of Iddings Road, Union Twp. Upon speaking with the victim, several hand tools were taken from the rear of the SUV. The same deputy observed a vehicle with an open door. It was discovered he was missing four mower blades from his Jeep
BURGLARY: A deputy responded to a report of burglary in the 3300 block of Ginghamsburg-Frederick Road, Monroe Twp.
BURGLARY: Four saddles and a safe were stolen from a property in the 8000 block of Lauver Road, Newton Twp.
SCAM: A deputy was dispatched to make contact with a subject who advised they were scammed. The victim provided personal information and banking account information. The victim lost a total of $40. At this time, no suspects have been identified.
FAILURE TO CONTROL: A deputy was dispatched to the 300 block of Swailes Road, Concord Township in reference to Tipp City Police Department’s pursuit. The motorcycle involved lost control driving off the north side of the roadway. The driver identified as, Sean Brown, was already in the squad upon my arrival. Brown was cited for failure to control.