Police reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office: Oct. 18

OVI:A deputy made a traffic stop on the listed vehicle for a traffic violation at Covington Gettysburg Road, Covington. After further investigation the driver Janice Billing was arrested for OVI.

OVI: A deputy was traveling eastbound on US Rt. 36, Covington, when the deputy saw a dark green car off the roadway in the field on the south side of the road. The car had very heavy damage from hitting a telephone pole. After investigation the registered owner Shelby Ross was arrested for OVI, Failure to Control, Escape, and Open Container.

Oct. 19

VEHICLE ISSUE: A deputy was dispatched to Vine Street, Ludlow Falls, on a driving without consent complaint. Upon arrival, the deputy was met by, Sherry Dye who stated that her vehicle has not been returned. Sherry stated that she let her sons ex-girlfriend, Alika Thomas borrow her vehicle from October 8 through October 10, 2015. Alika has failed to return the vehicle.

DAMAGE REPORTED:A deputy was dispatched to the 6700 block of Jay Road, West Milton, on a criminal damage complaint. Upon arrival, the deputy made contact with Trevor Musser, who stated that sometime between the hours of 10 p.m. on October 18 and 6:30 a.m. on October 19, someone had spray painted his vehicle.

Oct. 20

FORGERY: A deputy met with the complainant, a Casstown resident, at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office to report a theft and forgery of her personal checks. She provided copies of the cashed checks. Per Lt. Wheeler, this case will be reassigned.

HORSE DISPUTE: A deputy responded to the 8600 block of Casstown Clark Road in Elizabeth Township on a civil dispute. Brenda Coverstone reported that Kirk Kennedy would not give her horses back. At the conclusion of the investigation Brenda paid the boarding fee and the horses were returned.

BURGLARY: A deputy was dispatched to 5000 block of State Route 36 in Washington Twp. in reference a burglary complaint. Photos were taken of the scene and latent prints were lifted. The prints lifted were booked into the Miami County Sheriff’s Office property room, to be sent to the Miami Valley crime lab for analysis.

SUNGLASSES GONE: Officers responded to the 2000 block of State Route 571, Monroe Township, in reference to a theft complaint. Jose Villalobos, the complainant, stated someone had entered his apartment through a window and stolen a pair of sunglasses. Possible suspect information was given.

WALL DAMAGED: A resident in the 8000 block of Mill Road, Troy, advised that there was damaged to his rock wall along his driveway. This occurred sometime today but he is not sure how it was done.

Oct. 21

THREAT: On this date, an employee from Job and Family Services called to report a threat made over the telephone to the agency.

SCHOOL FIGHTS: A Milton-Union High School official informed the sheriff’s office school resource officer that students are possibly fighting after school. The official stated the fights are not happening at school, however wanted police to be aware of it.

MANURE COMPLAINT: A deputy took a phone call in reference to an environmental complaint.

The deputy made contact with Dirk Adams who stated that his neighbor, Robert Blackburn, is spreading chicken manure all over the fields. He stated that it has affected his children and neighboring children’s breathing. Dirk also advised that it was getting all over his vehicles and his house. Dirk has already been in contact with the appropriate authorities and just asked that it be documented.

GPS STOLEN: A resident in the 9400 block of Looney Road, Piqua, reported that someone had stolen his GPS out of his work truck over the weekend.

CELL PHONE FRAUD: A Washington Township resident reported that he discovered an unknown person made fraudulent charges on his AT&T Mobile account. AT&T advised him that they needed a local police report in order to remove the charges. The changes were reported to have been made at an Apple Store somewhere in Pennsylvania.