Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

May 4

DRUG POSSESSION: Following a traffic stop on State Route 40, Ryan Esposito was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and cited for an improper registration light and driving under suspension. Amber Walden was also arrested for possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia and a warrant out of Montgomery County for aggravated possession of drugs.

May 5

BIKE PATH ASSAULT: A deputy was on bike patrol near the 7 Mile Marker on the bike path. The deputy located a vehicle off the path occupied by two individuals on property belonging to Miami County Park District. After identifying the individuals as, Glenn Goudy and Ashley Harper, the driver Glenn Goudy drove away. The deputy attempted to pursue the vehicle on foot, Goudy almost struck the deputy with his vehicle and fled from the scene. Glenn Goudy will be charged with assault on a peace officer, two counts of assault, failure to comply, trespassing, and driving under suspension. Harper was charged with trespassing.

WELFARE CHECK: A deputy responded to the 2100 block of LeFevre Road, Troy, in reference a welfare check of a male laying the ditch next to the roadway. At the conclusion of the investigation, the male subject was transported to the Veterans Hospital by a relative.

May 7

THEFT: A deputy responded to Milcon Construction, Troy, in reference to a theft of a commercial truck. The truck was located and returned to the owner and the suspect was arrested and placed into the Miami County Jail.

ASSAULT: A deputy was dispatched to an assault complaint that occurred at the downtown jail.

THEFT: A deputy responded to the 5900 block of Scarff Road, New Carlisle, on the report of a breaking and entering. Case pending investigation.

SCAM: A Troy resident reported he received two suspicious phone calls today. The calls are from New York and the number is (585) 633-0032. The resident reported there is a recording saying he has allegations against him and he needed to contact local

law enforcement. After the recording is complete the call disconnects. The deputy called the number and only received a busy signal. The deputy warned him it was a possible scam.

May 8

FAKE BILL: A deputy was dispatched to the Pleasant Hill Dollar General on a report of a fraud. Upon arrival it was found that the business had received a fake $100 bill. This case is under investigation.

MENACING: A deputy responded to the Upper Valley Medical Center for a menacing complaint. After investigation, a female will be charged with aggravated menacing.

DRUG POSSESSION: While patrolling the area of S. SR. 201 and Dayton-Brandt, Bethel Township, a deputy observed the listed vehicle turn from Dayton-Brandt onto S. SR. 201, without using their turn signal. Once the violation was observed I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle. Subsequently the registered owner was taken into custody for being in possession of Methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

SCHOOL ISSUE: A deputy responded to the Piqua Police Department on a report of an assault that occurred at the Spring Creek Primary School. After further investigation, no charges were filed.

BUS VIOLATION: A deputy was requested to respond to the Troy High School bus barn in reference to a vehicle running the school bus lights.

A deputy observed the video of the incident. The driver was Katheryn Jackson admitted to running the stop bar and apologized for her actions. A citation was issued to Katheryn for the violation.

DRUG POSSESSION: A deputy started a suspicious complaint at the 4700 block of Dayton Brandt Road, New Carlisle.. Upon further investigation, Zachary Melton was arrested for driving under suspension, obstructing official business, possession of paraphernalia, possession of drug abuse instruments, aggravated possession of methamphetamine, possession of heroin, and trafficking in drugs.

May 10

SUSPICIOUS PERSON: A deputy received a report of a male standing at his front door in the morning hours nude in the 4000 block of State Route 718, Troy. The reporting party stated that this has happened on several occasions.

THEFT: A deputy responded to a burglary complaint in the 4700 block of W. State Route 571 in Union Township. The owner reported several items missing from the residence and detached barn. The incident was documented for his records. There are no leads or suspects at this time.

FAIL TO STOP FOR BUS: A Tipp City School Bus driver reported a Red Ford truck ran the bus red stop lights.

The driver, Richard Stapleton, of St. Paris, admitted he was driving the truck during the time of the incident but denied running the buses red lights.

The bus driver said she clearly saw the red Ford F-150 truck run her red stop lights and she will have her supervisor provide video footage from the bus that shows the incident.

Mr. Stapleton will be issued a citation for not stopping for the bus red stop lights.

DISTURBANCE: Deputies responded to Harrison Street and County Road 25A, Troy, for a disturbance call. The parties involved Yvonne Wood and Brooke Montgomery had an argument while they were traveling in Wood’s car. Both said no physical violence took place and wanted nothing further done. Neither had a valid driver’s license. Suspected drugs were found in the vehicle and charges are pending lab results.

May 11

OVI: A deputy stopped at South High Street, Covington, to assist a motorist with a flat tire. After investigation the resgistered owner was arrested for OVI, DUS OVI, Possession of Marijuana, and Open Container.

TRESPASSING: A deputy responded to a suspicious complaint in the 700 block of Westwood Drive in Concord Township. The complainant advised a slim white male had come to her door stating he needed a glass of water and a telephone. The male advised his truck broke down but was acting as if he was under the influence of something. The complainant and her brother advised after speaking with the male further, he identified himself as Justin Quillen, and advised that he had a warrant. Mr. Quillen soon left the property on foot, and it was determined that he had ran through several houses yards in the area. A search of the area yielded negative results. Mr. Quillen was subsequently charged for trespassing.