Information filed by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:
TRESPASSING: Deputies responded to the 6000 block of Horseshoe Bend, Newton Twp. for a burglary in progress. After investigation, two subjects were trespassed from the property and warned not to return.
ANIMAL COMPLAINT: A deputy responded to the 10000 black of North State Route 48, Newberry Twp. in reference to an animal complaint. After investigation, the homeowners stated that two dogs had came onto their property and killed 40 of their chickens. Neither party knew who the dogs belonged to and didn’t know their direction of travel.
MAILBOX: A mailbox was damaged in the 8000 block of West State Route 55, Union Twp.
ANIMAL COMPLAINT: An animal complaint was filed in the 8000 block of Markley Road, Union Twp. The report was turned over to the animal shelter for investigation.
TELEPHONE HARASSMENT: A deputy responded to Bethel High School in reference to telephone harassment. After investigation, the victim had sent pictures to an unknown person. That person then extorted the victim into sending him $300 or he would send the pictures to the victim’s family and his social media.
SUSPICIOUS: A resident in the 9000 block of Horseshoe Bend Road reported suspicious activity near her home.
THEFT: A deputy was dispatched to the listed area in reference to street obstruction in the 1000 block of County Road 25-A, Troy. The deputy found a Conquest Gulf Stream RV sitting in the middle of the road. After further investigation, it was found to be an attempted theft.
THEFT: A Koester Pavilion resident reported her roommate used her credit card and spent $7,000 without her permission. Case is pending.
THEFT: A deputy was responding to a call in the area of State Route 40 in reference to a stolen bike. While heading to the scene, the deputy passed a subject riding a bicycle heading West on Route 40 and stopped the bike. After an investigation, the stolen bike was recovered.
HIT SKIP: A deputy responded to the 300 block of Children-Home Casstown Road, Casstown in regard to a hit skip accident. After further investigation, it was found that three mailboxes had been struck by an unknown vehicle.
THEFT: Lisa Follett, 36, of Tipp City, was charged with theft, resisting arrest and aggravated menacing.
POSSESSION: Michelle Kelley, 33, of Dayton, was charged with possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia.
THEFT: A theft was reported in the 2600 block of State Route 40, Tipp City.
OVI: A deputy was dispatched in reference to a single vehicle accident with injuries at State Route 48 and West State Route 55 in Union Twp. Upon further investigation, F. Griffith Jr., 62, of Wilmington was charged with driving while under the influence, driving under suspension, occupant restraining devices and failure to control.
POSSESSION: Jacob George, 45, of Tipp City, was charged with fifth-degree felony possession of a dangerous ordinance.
BIKE PATH: A deputy responded to the bike path area in Staunton Twp. for a report of an individual being ran off the path.
INMATE ISSUE: A deputy responded to conduct a car to car prisoner transfer with Sidney Police Department. The listed individual has a warrant from Miami County for a probation violation. The original charge was a misdemeanor theft. Upon taking custody of the prisoner, she was transported to the Miami County Jail to be scanned. Upon arrival, her temperature was tested three times. The first test was 100.9, second 100.2, and third was 99.9. The deputy was informed she needed to be medically cleared. Judge Huffman was contracted and he decided to have her summons in to court 30 days out. A summons was issued for Sept. 8. A copy was provided to the defendant. The deputy then transported her back to the Sidney city limits.
CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A deputy was dispatched in reference to a criminal damage complaint. Upon further investigation, a person’s vehicle was shot twice by juveniles with a BB gun in the 300 block of Eldean Road, Staunton Twp.
PARKING ISSUES: A deputy initiated a parking complaint in the 1000 block of Laurel Creek, Concord Twp. for a camper trailer parked in front of the residence. The owner of the camper was advice of the Concord Twp. Resolution 2019-09; prohibiting camper trailers and recreational vehicles to be parked on the roadway. She understood and advised that they would have it moved as soon as possible. Another resident was advised of the same resolution for a utility trailer and he said he’d move it as well.