Information provided by the Piqua Police Department.

Oct. 30

DISTURBANCE: Officer responded to a domestic call in the 500-block of New Street. Stephen Montgomery, 22, of Piqua, was arrested for domestic violence.

Nov. 1

FIREARMS: Officers responded to 1021 Eleanor Ave. on the report of shots fired. Aaron Barnard, 26, of Piqua, was charged with discharging a firearm in the city.

ASSAULT: Report of subjects fighting at 515 Boone St. Adult male seen on surveillance video punching a juvenile, who then fell into the street. Larry Herzog, 67, of Piqua, was charged with assault.

DOMESTIC: Officer responded to the 600-block of Cherry Street on the report of a domestic disturbance between a male and a female. Brittney Townsend-Hirby, 28, of Piqua, was arrested for domestic violence.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A large window was broken out of Verizon Wireless business, located at 1204 E. Ash St., sometime overnight.

THEFT: Subject advised his tricycle was stolen from the bike rack outside his apartment building on Garbry Road.

Nov. 2

DRUGS: Officer responded to the report of a non-injury crash at Marathon, 315 Looney Road. The driver was found to have an active warrant. Melissa Simpson, 52, of Kettering, was arrested and charged additionally with possession of drugs and possession of drug abuse instruments.

THEFT: Jessica Ward, 36, of Piqua, was arrested for burglary and theft.

THEFT: Complainant said someone stole items from a vehicle parked behind his house at 626 Gordon St.

THEFT: While at CashLand Express, 104 N. College St., for another incident, complainant reported a theft, stating a man stole several items from the business.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: Subject reported recently-installed drywall in a house under renovation had been damaged. Owner felt that the installers had caused the damage after a delay in being paid in full.

Nov. 3

THEFT: Caller advised a male stole money out of her purse that was located in her vehicle near 425 S. Main St. Skyler Butt, 25, of Piqua, was charged with theft.

CHILD ABUSE: Male and female were found to be passed out in a truck in an alley with a one-year-old child. CSB was contacted and child was placed with a family member. Chassidy Saunders, 24, and Joey Smith, 32, were charged with endangering children.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: Officer responded to report of complainant’s vehicle’s rear tires being slashed by unknown suspect near 427 Adams St.

THEFT: Officer dispatched to US Storage, at 226 Robert M. Davis Parkway, on the report of a storage unit being broken into overnight. The case is currently pending further investigation.