Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

June 30

THEFT: An Elizabeth Twp. resident reported someone using his check card number to purchase items at Walmart.

July 1

THEFT: A deputy met with an individual in reference to a theft complaint. The Tipp City resident had located her missing property at a pawn shop. A hold was placed on the property. Charges pending further investigation.

July 3

LIVESTOCK ISSUE: A deputy was dispatched to the 2700 block of S. Rangeline Road, Union Twp., in reference to two loose cattle on the caller’s property. The deputy located the loose cattle upon arrival. The owner of the cattle was identified as Cory Morris. This was the second time Mr. Morris failed to properly confine his cattle. Mr. Morris was contacted and arrived on scene to corral the animals. Mr. Morris was cited for failure to confine livestock.

July 4

CAR ISSUE: A deputy was dispatched to the area of Range Line Rd. and Milton Potsdam Rd. in reference to a suspicious vehicle parked in the ditch.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A deputy assisted Troy Police Department of a report a disturbance at The Tavern in Troy. A male was incarcerated by Troy Police Department for disorderly conduct

TRESPASSING: A deputy responded to Poor Farmer’s Campground in reference to a trespassing complaint. The complainant identified the suspects as two females the deputy had passed as she entered the driveway to the location. The deputy located their vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. After further investigation, the driver was cited with driving under suspension. The driver and passenger were both warned for trespassing.

RESCUE: A deputy was dispatched along with Bethel Township and Huber Heights E.M.S. for a water rescue on the south side of the State Route 571 bridge. Two male subjects fell out of their kayak near a small island of debris. Their kayak continued down the river and they were stranded. One male subject was rescued and taken to shore by a group of passing boaters. The other male was rescued and taken to shore by Huber’s water rescue team. Neither subject suffered any injuries.

July 5

TRESPASSING: Juveniles were issued citations for violating Ludlow Falls ordinance prohibiting swimming in the area.

July 6

MARIJUANA: A deputy observed the listed vehicle traveling northbound on County Road 25A south of Tipp-Cowlesville Road. The deputy initiated a traffic stop on the listed vehicle in the 3000 block of Tipp Cowlesville Road. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Aaron Hieber.

While speaking to Aaron, the deputy could smell an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. While questioning Aaron, he advised the marijuana was in the glove compartment of the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was conducted. A baggie of marijuana was located in the glove compartment. Aaron was cited for the equipment violation and possession of marijuana. The evidence was booked into the Miami County Evidence locker.

FRAUD: A resident of Monroe Twp. reported her Social Security check was being sent to another address.

DISORDERLY: A deputy responded to the report of a disorderly male walking in the area of 2252 Troy Urbana Road in Staunton Township. At the conclusion of the call, the male was transported to a friends house in area. A syringe was located and sent to the lab for analysis

July 7

THEFT: A weed eater was reportedly stolen in the 4200 block of State Route 48, Covington.

July 8

UNDERAGE: A deputy responded to the 2400 block of S. County Road 25-A, Troy, on a loud music complaint. Upon investigation Darien Kinsella was arrested for underage consumption, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia. He was released to his mother.

BOARS CAUSE DAMAGE: Around 10 a.m., a deputy was dispatched to the 2600 block of S. Rangeline Road, Union Twp. in reference to two black boar pigs running loose.

The deputy made contact with the reporting party who stated the boars were on his property causing damage to his vehicle. The deputy saw the damage to the driver’s side mirror along with several scuff marks and scratches. The reporting party said he did not see them do it, but did see them nosing through the trash and video taped it.

Another subject arrived on scene and stated the boars were not his, but he would pen them up for a few days until the owners come forward. It is unknown who the boars belong to at this time.

ASSAULT: An assault was reported at the 36 Skate Club from the previous evening.

CHILD ENDANGERING: While on routine patrol, a deputy observed two small children under the age of five walking along Alcony – Conover Road in the village of Conover. The deputy spoke to the children and found that their first names were Zach and Emily. The deputy asked them to take him to where they live and they got in the back of the patrol vehicle. They then took me to their house. There the deputy spoke with the parents. They told the deputy that they thought the two were at a friend’s house and that they had no idea they were walking on the road. They were both warned for child endangering. The children were returned to their custody at that time.

DRUG OFFENSE: A deputy responded to the downtown jail to search for drugs.

July 9

UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION: A deputy responded to the area of Williams Street and High Street, Pleasant Hill, on a welfare check. The reporting party stated seeing a male unconscious in the back seat of a vehicle with the doors open. Covington squad was dispatched.

The deputy noticed a male, later identified as Andrew New, seated behind the driver’s side, and a female, later identified as Dyana Mojica, seated to his right. They were both slumped over toward the open car door. There was vomit pooled on the ground near each person. The deputy shook Andrew and he responded with slurred speech, saying that he was OK. The deputy shook Dyana and she also responded in the same fashion. Both appeared extremely intoxicated. The vehicle registration listed an address from Greenville. Deputy Bubeck arrived on scene to assist.

Initially, both subjects struggled with answering the simplest questions. It seemed apparent that they had visited a residence somewhere in Pleasant Hill, but neither could tell me where.

Covington Squad arrived on scene and after a few minutes assessing the two, Andrew and Dyana refused to be transported to the hospital. Deputy Bubeck checked the immediate area and was able to locate the house the two had visited. Deputy Bubeck spoke with the resident, Logan Emrick. Logan said that Andrew and Dyana could come back and stay the night. Officers escorted the two to the house, where the deputy served them each a summons to appear on a charge of underage consumption.