Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:
Aug. 12THEFT: A deputy was dispatched to the Sunoco station in Pleasant Hill in reference to a theft incident.
DISTURBANCE: Deputies were dispatched to the Upper Valley Medical Center Emergency Department on a report of a disorderly patient. It was further advised that the patient’s boyfriend was refusing to leave the facility. Upon arrival to UVMC, Matthew Nallen was placed under arrest for refusing to leave after being instructed to do so several times by the deputy. Mr. Nallen was transported to the Miami County Jail and charged with criminal trespass and misconduct at an emergency.
TRESPASSING: Bradley Comer was was trespassed from the Miami County fairgrounds.
OVI: Around 2 a.m. Robert Stith called 911 to report that he had swerved to avoid a deer and had crashed his vehicle. He initially requested a phone call. The deputy called him while en route to the reported possible scene of the area of Evanston Road and Peters Road. The subsequent investigation revealed that the crash occurred in the area of 965 and 985 Ginghamsburg Rd. at approximately 12: 15 a.m. Stith was charged with Ffailure to control and OVI.
PUBLIC INDECENCY: Around 8 a.m., a deputy was dispatched to 4700 block of State Route 718, Pleasant Hill in reference to an older male subject touching himself inappropriately on his porch. After the investigation was complete, one male was warned for public indecency.
RESISTING ARREST: The reporting party called dispatch to report Rickey Williams was at his residence highly intoxicated and refusing to leave. A deputy observed a white male walking around in the roadway wearing jeans and a white T-shirt. The male later identified as Rickey Williams. The deputy approached Williams and told him to stop walking in the roadway and he still refused to stop walking. The deputy grabbed Williams right arm and he violently pulled away. The deputy pulled the Taser out and ordered Williams to put his hands on the cruiser which he complied. The deputy then proceeded to put my taser away and advised Williams that he was under arrest for disorderly conduct. Williams refused to cooperate while getting cuffed and getting the cruiser for several more minutes before finally sitting in the cruiser and getting seat belted in. Williams was transported to the Miami County Jail and incarcerated on disorderly conduct and resisting arrest charges.
PUBLIC INTOXICATION: Deputies were working a detail at the Miami County Fairgrounds and were informed by a fair staff employee they were going to cut an intoxicated male off from buying anymore alcohol. Officers accompanied them while they spoke with the male. While speaking with the male he was asking questions why he was being cut off, after several minutes of them speaking with him he still was arguing with them. Deputy Fraley advised him he could no longer drink, but he could stay for the rest of the concert.
After several more minutes of arguing with him, Deputy Fraley warned him for disorderly conduct. At this point the male started raising his voice and advising Deputy Fraley to stop yelling at him. Deputy Osting then stepped in and advised the subject he had no choice and he was to leave the fairgrounds. At this point the male started yelling and cussing. As the deputies were walking him out, he warned him several times to calm down or he was going to be charged. At one point he stopped and turned at the officers and threw his hands up and told him to “back off bro.”
As officers were walking through the crowd with children present Michael Winkler was still using foul language and yelling. The deputy stopped him and advised him he was under arrest for disorderly conduct. Winkler was transported to the Miami County Jail and custody was turned over to them.
DEPUTY PAYS SHELTER FEE: Robert Meyer was attempting to drop a cat off at the Miami County Animal Shelter. They would not take the cat without receiving $2. A verbal argument ensued between Meyer, staff and customers. Meyer then refused to leave. Deputy Walker met Meyer in the parking lot. He had calmed down. The deputy gave the shelter $2 and Meyer signed the receipt. The shelter took the cat and Meyer was trespassed.
THEFT: Megan Treon reported that some costume jewelry had been taken from her trailer overnight at the Miami County Fairgrounds. Treon estimated the cost to be $30 to $40. She stated a neighbor in a close trailer saw several teenage girls near Treon’s trailer last night but did not know them and could not describe them. Treon asked for a report to be taken.
BREAKING AND ENTERING: A deputy was dispatched to the 400 block of State Route 36, Piqua, in reference to a breaking and entering complaint. During the last two weeks somebody entered a barn on the property and took some fishing equipment and tools. At this time there are no suspects.
DRIVE OFF DRIVE THRU:A deputy responded to a theft complaint at 6929 U.S. Route 40 at Bergies Drive Thru in Bethel Township, Miami County. Suspects gave a credit card to the cashier and then drove off with miscellaneous merchandise. When the cashier ran the credit card it was declined.
BURGLARY COMPLAINT:A deputy was dispatched to the 200 block of West Main Street, Fletcher, in reference to a burglary complaint.
THEFT FROM VEHICLE: A deputy responded to the 100 block of East Franklin St in Troy, in reference a theft from a motor vehicle.