Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

June 20

ASSIST AGENCY: A deputy responded to UVMC at the request of Columbus P.D. and took custody of evidence involved in an incident under their investigation. Evidence was placed in the refrigerator in the detective section.

June 22

JAIL ISSUE: It was reported that there was a physical altercation between the three listed inmates at the

Downtown Miami County Jail. Upon investigating the incident, it was determined that inmates Mills and Harville were the primary aggressors of this incident. The deputy talked with the three involved in person and they all advised they did not wish to pursue anything in this matter. Inmates Mills and Harville did not wish to say anything to the deputy about what had happened. The deputy was provided a copy of Sgt Wells’ and CO Burchert’s report narratives that explains what took place in this incident that will be added to this report. Inmates Mills and Harville were advised that they are both being charged for disorderly conduct for their actions in this incident. The charges will be sent to the Miami County Municipal Court. This matter is closed at this time.

June 23

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported in the 3200 block of State Route 36, Brown Twp. Money and weapons were reported stolen from the office.

BURGLARY: A deputy responded to 9500 block of State Route 718, Newton Twp., in regards to a burglary not in progress. Several items were taken from the residence. This case is pending at this time.

BURGLARY: A resident in the 1300 block of Spruce Street, Troy, reported that someone broke into his residence and took several items from inside.

CELL PHONE: A woman reported her cell phone was stolen from her car parked in the Upper Valley Medical Center parking lot.

June 24

BIKE STOLEN: A bike was reported stolen in the 3600 block of State Route 41, Concord Twp.

June 25

ANIMAL COMPLAINT: A deputy responded to the 2600 block of South Rangeline Road to make contact with the owner of a cow. The owner was identified and was advised his cow was loose and on the neighbor’s property.

The deputy observed several animals in the rear of the property. It was unsure if the animals were being taken care of but they appeared to be healthy. The deputy also noticed the dilapidated residence and two tents outside. Contact was made with the Health Department and the Humane Society to check the premises.

The owner stated he had been staying inside the house and in the tent during nice nights. The deputy observed extension cords running about the property to assist with powering different items. One was running from a shed into the tent in the front yard. The owner showed the deputy the animals and they appeared to be healthy. The deputy explained that due to the large number of animals he had made contact with the health department and the Humane Society to have them check the property. Owner retrieved the cow from the neighbor’s property.

OVI: A deputy responded to a single car accident in the 6000 block of Kessler Frederick Road, West Milton.. At the conclusion of the investigation the driver, Darrin Daughterty, was arrested for OVI and had a BAC of .325

He was cited for OVI, failure to control and released to a sober person.

BURGLARY: A burglary in progress was reported in the 300 block of North Rangeline Road, Newton Twp.

JUVENILE ISSUE: A runaway juvenile from David L. Brown Youth Center was located at a residence in the 6700 block of Tipp Elizabeth Road, Casstown, trying to get a ride. A deputy made contact with the juvenile and confirmed it was the runaway. When the deputy went to detain him, he took off running. The deputy was able to grab him for a second, but he was able to break away and run. The deputy chased him on foot until other units got into the area. Deputies deployed K9 Bear to track him. The deputy stated officers found him several times, but he kept running. He was able to get by perimeter units and after about one hour and a half we discontinued chasing him and officers could not catch him on foot and a K9 apprehension was not justified.

DISTURBANCE: A resident in the 500 block of Patty Drive, Bradford, stated a frantic female was seen running in the area of his house. She mentioned something about a maroon car and her boyfriend chasing her. The female was not identified and additional reports came in of the female last seen running east on Main Street headed out of the village. The female at one point told a witness she had an active warrant. Two Covington Officers along with deputies checked the area for over thirty minutes. The female was not located.

BREAKING AND ENTERING: A breaking and entering complaint was filed on Pearl Street, Pleasant Hill.

June 26

JAIL ISSUE: A deputy responded to the Miami County Jail on the report of an assault between two inmates. After further investigation, Brooke Montgomery was charged with assault.

THEFT: A New Carlisle resident advised he left his semi tractor parked in the rear of Herrmanns Service Center lot. He parked the tractor on Friday. When he came to pick up the tractor, he saw that the drivers side rim and tire had been removed and the suspension was supported by wooden blocks. There were scuff marks on the fender near the tire that suggested the suspect was wearing gloves. There were drag marks under the suspension which appeared to be from the device used to raise the tractor to remove the wheel.

OVERDOSE: A deputy was dispatched to the 4400 block of State Route 202, Tipp City, on an overdose. Bethel Squad was on scene and had administer two mg of Narcan after the subject’s step father, had administered 4 mg of Narcan, prior to the squads arrival. Dep. Brazel had located a syringe along with two empty caps and three full caps of heroin on the bed beside the male subject. Bethel squad transported the subject to UVMC to be checked out by doctors. The syringe and caps were collected and booked into evidence at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office.

BURGLARY: A resident in the 6800 block of State Route 40, Brandt, reported an unattached garage had been broken into last March.