Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports

Information filed by Miami County Sheriff Office:

May 27

OVI: Steven Green, 42, of Tipp City, was cited for OVI from an incident in the area of County Road 25-A near the Robinson Branch of the YMCA. Green had a blood alcohol level of 0.260, according to records.

POSSESSION: Kenneth Mounts, 68, of Plain City, was cited for fifth-degree felony possession of drugs and Michelle Wright, 40, of St. Paris, was charged with fifth-degree felony possession of drugs, drug abuse instrument and paraphernalia in the 5400 block of East State Route 41.

GSI: Charles Wilkinson Jr., 74, of Piqua, was charged with third-degree felony gross sexual imposition from a prior reported incident.

May 29

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A deputy responded to the Miami County Sheriff’s Office in reference to a criminal damaging complaint in the 4300 block of Casstown-Clark Road, Lostcreek Twp. The reporting party requested the incident be documented for any possible incidents that may occur in the future.

May 30

OVI: On the listed date, a deputy responded to and OVI complaint in the area of 5277 East State Route 571 in Bethel Township. The caller reported a white Chevrolet HHR broke down near the residence, and a male stumbling around the vehicle for some time before leaving the scene. The vehicle was located in the area of South State Route 202 and US Route 40 in Bethel Township. The vehicle had stopped partially in the roadway and was sitting with its lights on. After initiating a traffic stop and speaking with the driver, Raymond Nicodemus, 33, of Troy, was determined to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. The male was arrested and charged with OVI as well as open container in a motor vehicle. Englewood Towing later responded to remove the vehicle from the scene. The male was later cited and released from the Miami County Jail to a sober driver.

JUVENILE ISSUE: A deputy responded to 10596 N. Hetzler Road in reference to a liquor violation complaint. After investigation several juveniles were located and released to their parents.

TRAFFIC STOP: A deputy stopped the listed vehicle for driving on a closed road at South Rangeline and West State Route 571, West Milton. After further investigation, the female driver was cited for consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle.

THEFT:A deputy responded to the 2400 block of N. State Route 721, Newton Twp. in reference to the theft of a motorcycle. The listed motorcycle was taken from his driveway overnight while the keys were in the ignition.

May 31

ASSAULT: A deputy responded to an assault complaint at the Miami County Jail, 201 W. Main Street in Troy. A corrections officer was walking through an area of the jail when an inmate requested speaking with them. The inmate became irate during the conversation, and ultimately ended up throwing a thick plastic cup at the corrections officer, striking them in the back. The deputy was able to speak with the inmate in regards to the incident, who admitted his actions. The inmate was advised he would be charged with assault against the corrections officer

BURGLARY: A deputy responded to the 8100 block of Markley Road, Union Twp., for a burglary complaint. Case pending.

BURGLARY: A deputy responded to the 9300 block of Spiker Road, Washington Twp. in reference to a burglary complaint. After investigation, Aaron Simpson was charged with burglary and Ryan Simpson was charged with Receiving Stolen property.

DRUG ISSUE: A deputy responded to the 3200 block of Piqua-Troy Road, Troy, for a male having trouble breathing. Inside the male’s wallet suspected drugs were found. The male started screaming and said he couldn’t control his body. He was taken to the hospital by EMS. This case is pending lab results.

June 1

JAIL ISSUE: A deputy responded to the Miami County Jail in reference to a male inmate who had been assaulted. He was transported to Upper Valley Medical Center for treatment due to the severity and nature of his injuries. After investigation, two male inmates were charged with assault.

BURGLARY: A deputy responded to the 9700 block of State Route 571, Laura, on a report of a burglary. Upon arrival it was found the residence had been entered through an unlocked door. A TV, two motorcycles and a safe had been removed from the residence. The residence had been slightly damaged by the recent tornado.

STOLEN BIKE: A resident in the 8000 block of Piqua Lockington Road, Piqua, reported his bike was taken from his back porch by an unknown person sometime during the night. There were no suspects mentioned at the time of this report. The resident wished to report this incident in case the bike is recovered in his area. The make, model and serial number of the stolen bike was not known.

WRONG WAY: A deputy was patrolling the bike path near mile marker 6 near Dye Mill Road when he located a vehicle driving southbound on the bikeway. The individual stated they were lost and and took a wrong turn. The deputy was able to get the vehicle off the bike path and both individuals warned for trespassing.

The deputy was patrolling the bike path near mile marker 8.5 when he located individuals in an area marked no trespassing. The individuals were identified and warned for trespassing.

THEFT: A deputy responded to the 10000 block of Hetzler Road in Springcreek Twp. in regards to a theft complaint. Upon further investigation, it was found the theft took place on May 29 and multiple items were taken from the residence. Th

June 2

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A deputy responded to the area of State Route 41 and Washington Road for a criminal damage complaint.