Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Oct. 23

SCHOOL INCIDENT: A Milton-Union High School official notified the Miami County School Resource officer of a altercation between two students during lunch. The altercation was stopped quickly by teachers and the students received discipline from the school.Later that day, the same official informed the SRO of a student who assaulted another student while at school.

KEEP THE PEACE: A deputy was dispatched to Miami East High School in reference to an alcohol complaint. While on scene, the deputy was advised by the principal the issue will be handled in-house. The deputy’s presence was only needed to keep the peace while the juvenile was picked up by a parent.

Oct. 24

FAILURE TO CONTROL: A deputy was dispatched to the listed location in reference to an accident. Upon arrival, a deputy made contact with David Jennings. David stated he swerved to miss a rabbit and rolled his vehicle. David refused any further medical treatment. The deputy discovered that his license was suspended. Saunders towed the vehicle to David’s address. David was cited for failure to control and driving under suspension.

VEHICLE THEFT: A deputy responded to the9000 block of Palmer Road, New Carlisle, in reference to the theft of a 1932 Ford Coupe.

Oct. 25

MENACING: Deputies were dispatched to the area of 30 E. Cross Street, Potsdam, on report of an aggravated menacing. After investigation it was determined that Nicholas Smith threatened three juveniles with an air gun. Nicholas was arrested for aggravated menacing.

POSSESSION: A deputy made a traffic stop on the listed vehicle in the area of Horseshoe Bend and Stitchter Rd. After investigation the driver Jack Blevins was cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Oct. 26

THEFT: A deputy was dispatched to 8600 Looney Rd. Piqua for a disturbance complaint and spoke with Doug Liette and Gladys Davis. It was found that they were arguing because Mr. Liette was accusing Ms. Davis of fraudulently using his credit card.

Mr. Liette flagged down a Piqua Police officer about two hours later and wanted to speak to the deputy again. At that time Ms. Davis admitted to fraudulently using the credit card without permission. She was issued a summons for the charge of misuse of credit cards.

Oct. 27

SEX OFFENDER ISSUE: A deputy attempted to verify Robert C. Myers address at 430 N. Sayers Rd. The deputy spoke with the home owner, Donald Myers who is Robert’s brother, and he stated Robert only stays at his residence three or four days a month. Donald advised Robert had no belongings and gave consent to search. Deputies were able to confirm this as we were unable to locate any of Robert’s personal belongs at the residence. At the same residence, there was an address verification for Rick J. Wilhelmy. The home owner, Donald Myers stated that Rick has never lived there, but refused to write out a statement.

A deputy responded to 609 W. Franklin St. in Troy Ohio to verify the residence of Sammy Lee Pearson who is a registered sex offender. The deputy spoke to Watson Mccoy who stated that he was Sammy’s uncle. Mr. Mccoy said that Sammy did not live at the residence and had moved to Stonyridge Drive in Troy about a week ago. Mr. McCoy filled out a witness statement form. All matters are pending and will be forwarded to Sgt. Marion for investigation.

Oct. 28

DRUG POSSESSION: A Miami County Sheriff’s Office deputy pulled over a vehicle at Mulberry Street and East Main Street, Troy for a suspended license. Upon investigation, Dennis Cruea was cited for driving under a prior drug suspension, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.

IDENTITY FRAUD: A resident on Peters Road, Monroe Township, reported someone had attempted to use her and her husband’s identities to open credit card accounts. The reporting party became suspicious of their decreased mail. They checked with the post office and learned someone had changed their mailing address to McAllen, Texas. She was advised the postal inspector would investigate the change of address complaint. She was instructed to complete a credit check for falsified accounts and instructed on recovering from identity fraud websites.

PUPPY SCAM:A deputy was dispatched to a fraud complaint and met with a Tipp City woman who stated that she thinks she was scammed. The reporting party stated that she had recently attempted to purchase a tea cup Pomeranian online. She stated that she sent a money order to man named “Jonathan” from Philadelphia, Pa. for $810. She still has not received the dog. The reporting party asked for the incident to be documented and was provided a report number.