Information provided by Miami County Sheriff’s Office:
WALLET MISSING: A woman called in to report a possible theft of her wallet while at UVMC. The reporting party said said she would like this documented in case someone tries to use her cards
CHILD ENDANGERING: A deputy responded to the 5100 block of State Route 202, Tipp City, in reference to a domestic disturbance. The deputy located a male walking on the shoulder of SR 202 with a 1 year old in his arm and a 2 year old waking beside them. After investigation the male was incarcerated at Miami County Jail for child endangering. The children were left with the grandparents and Child Services was contacted.
TRAILER GONE: A deputy was dispatched to the 400 block of E. Monument Street, Pleasant Hill in reference to a theft.
Upon arrival, Andrew Schmackers stated someone stole his black 2008 home made utility trailer. The trailer is described as being black in color with a brown hardwood floor. It also has black fenders and a steel gate that is non removable
OVERDOSE: A deputy responded to the 10000 block of Blocher Road, Newberry Township, for an assist squad. The reporting party advised a Philip Whalen was in his living room unresponsive. Phillip was laying on the floor in the living room near a sofa. The deputy observed Phillip not breathing and had a faint pulse. After performing one series of CPR the deputy was able to receive a stronger pulse and observed Phillip breathing. Phillip’s eyes were rolled back and not responding.
The reporting party advised dispatch told him to empty Phillip’s pockets. The items that was removed from Phillips possession were laying on a wooden chest in the living room. The deputy observed a clear plastic baggie with six caps of heroin.
The deputy administered two doses of narcan. After the first dose of narcan, the deputy was not able to get Phillip to respond. Phillip still had a strong pulse and shallow breathing. The deputy performed multiple sternum rubs, still no response from Phillip. The deputy administered the second dose of narcan and was able to get a response from Phillip. Phillip was able to inform the deputy of his name, but kept falling back into his unresponsive nature. The deputy had to perform multiple sternum rubs to keep Phillip conscious.
Bradford medics arrived on scene and took over the medical treatment. Phillip was transported to Upper Valley Medical Center.
The deputy collected the evidence at the scene and booked it into the Miami County Sheriff Office evidence locker.
Charges will be pending until lab results are sent back.
CRIMINAL DAMAGING: A deputy responded to the 1600 block of Casstown-Sidney Road, Lost Creek township in regards to a criminal damaging complaint.
TRAIL CAM STOLEN: A resident in the 4100 block of Snell Road, Union Twp., called in for a report of a theft.
While speaking with the reporting party, she indicated she had a trail camera stolen and she has no proof who stole it, but she has her suspicion. She asked for a report for this incident.
BURGLARY: A burglary was reported in the 500 block of North Rangeline Road, Pleasant Hill.
CHILD ENDANGERING: A deputy stopped the listed vehicle for a speeding violation on State Route 185, Newberry Township. After further investigation, the driver was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. The driver also had his 15 year-old son as a passenger in the vehicle. He was arrested for Speed, OVI, and child endangering
DRUG POSSESSION: Joseph Gates was charged with drug possession and drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop on East Water Street, Troy.
SCHOOL INCIDENT: A Milton-Union Schools informed the school resource officers of inappropriate photos being sent around from students. The SRO also addressed a confrontation between two students over Pokemon cards.
SCHOOL INCIDENT: A deputy spoke with a complainant regarding a flute that was taken out of her daughters band locker at Miami East Elementary. The complainant was issued a case number for her records. This case is pending further investigation.
OVI: A deputy responded to the 900 block of Polecat Road, Staunton Twp. for an accident. Upon arrival
the deputy made contact with a Jeffrey McPheron. After further investigation, Jeffrey was placed into custody for OVI.
SCHOOL INCIDENT: A Newton Local School official reported a school was researching inappropriate drug related items online.
RESISTING ARREST: A deputy made contact with a while male walking south bound on Peters Road, Monroe Twp. The male was identified as Phillip Conley. At the conclusion of the investigation Phillip was arrested and cited for resisting arrest, drug possession and drug paraphernalia
BENCH GONE: The reporting party called to report a theft in the 3400 block of Tipp Cowelsville Road, Monroe Township. Yesterday he had the listed antique bench sitting out by the road on his driveway with a for sale sign on it. He left to run some errands and was gone for a little over an hour. When he returned home, the bench was gone. At this time it is unknown who took the bench. He requested a report be filed.
SILVER SWIPED: A resident in the 5800 block of Allen Park Drive, Tipp City, called to report that sometime since January, he had a box of real silverware taken from his residence. He stated he and his wife had been given an eight piece set of real silverware that was stored in a black wooden box for their wedding 59 years ago. On January 28th, they had Elder-Beerman deliver mattresses to their house and that is the only time they could recall someone in their home since they last saw the silverware.
They were home at the time and did not see the two men take it however they were not watching them the whole time. Mr. Leiter stated he waited this long to call because they had so little information but decided to report it finally.
DISORDERLY: Deputies were dispatched to the post office in Bradford in reference to a disorderly.
GUN GONE: A gun was reportedly stolen from the 600 block of State Route 48, Pleasant Hill.
BULLYING ISSUE: A deputy responded to 100 block of West High Street in Pleasant Hill Miami County Ohio in
reference to bullying at Newton Schools. The deputy was able to speak with both involved parties regarding the matter. It was determined that Newton School and Deputy Karn would be contacted in order to fix the ongoing issue at school.
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