Information provided by Miami County Sheriff’s Office:
ASSIST SQUAD: A deputy was dispatched to an assist squad call for a 20 year-old male in Bradford that was not breathing.
FAKE TICKETS: A deputy spoke with a Troy resident in reference to potentially fraudulent raffle tickets being sold at The Vault last night. The reporting party stated he, and five other people, had purchased tickets from a male who had said he was selling tickets on behalf of the Darke-Miami Area SAY Soccer organization’s Troy branch. The tickets were found to be fraudulent.
OVI: A deputy was dispatched to 3318 Magnolia Drive, Troy, in reference to a disturbance. After further investigation, Christopher W. Applegate was arrested for OVI and failure to control.
TRUCK STOLEN: A deputy was dispatched to Byerley Rd. in Bradford, Ohio, Darke County in reference to a stolen truck that had been on fire. The vehicle was towed back to the Miami County Sheriff’s Training Center where it was processed.
BULLET IN BARN: A deputy responded to the 6000 block of Palmer Road, Tipp City, after a homeowner called 911 to report a bullet had hit a barn on her property.
PHONE WARS: Deputies responded to the 3100 block of Honeysuckle Drive, Tipp City. Deputies reported a 61-year-old male and his 31-year-old live in step-son were arguing over the use of the government issued household phone. The older male reported this argument led to the two chest bumping each other. He said would not let his step-son use the phone. The step-son threw it down, broke it and left. No threats were made and there was no other property damage.
OVERDOSE: A deputy responded with Union Township life squad on report of a drug overdose in the 8000 block of State Route 55, Ludlow Falls.
WARRANT: A deputy stopped out at 8600 Looney Road, Piqua, to conduct a follow up investigation. During which time I made contact with Gladys Davis. Gladys Davis was found to have a warrant out of Shelby County and was further charged with drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, and falsification.
POSSIBLE DRUGS FOUND AT UVCC: It was discovered that a female student at the Upper Valley Career Center was in possession of a powdery substance in a Ziplock bag. The student stated that this substance was called “Molly” which is another name for Ecstasy. This substance was placed in an evidence locker and will be submitted to the Crime Lab for testing.
XBOX STOLEN: A deputy met with a reporting party in reference to the theft in the 3100 block of Honeysuckle Drive, Troy, of a XBOX.
WEAPONS WHILE INTOX: A deputy responded to the 8600 block of Hetzler Road, Piqua, in reference to a intoxicated male firing a weapon. Piqua PD was already on scene and advised they could hear several shots fired in the area. Officials determined that this incident was in the county. Officers walked around the residence and located the male individual in the residence. Male was identified Albert Hylton.
Albert Hylton was incarcerated in the Miami County Jail for using weapons while intoxicated.