Troy Police Department reports

Information filed by the Troy Police Department:

Oct. 5

THEFT: A Troy residents said he met a woman at the casino and invited her to his house. He later discovered his wallet was missing and numerous unauthorized charges on his debit card. Case pending.

OVERDOSE: Officers were dispatched to Walmart on a report of an overdose. Sethie Wolford, 31, of Galipolis, was charged with inducing panic after he was treated.

THEFT: Cheyenne Manning, 29, of Troy, and Brittney Doyle, 33, of Troy, both were charged with theft from Meijer. Manning was also charged with possession of marijuana.

THEFT: Derek Dorsten, 39, of Piqua, was charged with theft from the West Market Dollar General.

Oct.7

POSSESSION: An officer stopped a vehicle for equipment violations in the area of West Market and South Dorset Road around 1:10 a.m. The driver, Izaiah Brandon, 21, of Newberry Twp., was arrested for a warrant and also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Tesa Justice, 25, of Troy, was also charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.

POSSESSION: Abigail Angel, 20, of Troy, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the area of McKaig and Penn Road. Zachary Smith, 27, of Troy, was charged with possession of scheduled substances.

Oct. 8

UNDERAGE: An officer responded to the 100 block of Westhaven Drive for a disturbance. Mechia Linton, 22, of Troy, was charged with offenses involving an underage person and allowing underage consumption of alcohol. John Lutz Jr., 18, of Troy, was charged with underage consumption and released to a parent.

FRAUD: A Troy resident reported possible identity theft in regards to unemployment benefits.

THEFT: Theft from Meijer was reported. The subject was also arrested for a warrant out of Montgomery County.

THEFT: A report of theft in the 300 block of Lincoln Avenue was reported.

THEFT: Lacey Nail, 26, of Dayton, was charged with theft.

Oct. 9

POSSESSION: Matthew Padalino, 31, of Sidney, was charged with possession of marijuana and paraphernalia as well as warrants out of Shelby County.