Police reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Nov. 2

THEFT: A deputy responded to the 2400 block of Landman Mill Road, Washington Twp., in reference to an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle complaint, as well as the theft of bank cards and a cell phone. A BOLO has been issued for the suspect.

Nov. 3

GUN TURNED IN: Sheriff Cox turned over one Shaanni-China 7.62 caliber rifle. The rifle is in poor condition.

Sheriff Cox advised a resident turned the firearm over to him requesting that it be destroyed. The rifle was entered into the property room and marked for destruction provided there is nothing on the firearm in N.C.I.C.

TRAILER GONE: A deputy was dispatched to the 1300 block of S. Market St., Troy, for a theft of a trailer.

The owner said that he knew the trailer was parked on his lot at 5 p.m. Nov. 2. The trailer had oversized tires and gold wheels. The trailer did not have a lock on it.

OVERDOSE: A deputy responded to the 300 block of South Miami Avenue, Bradford, in reference an assist squad.

Jarica Grice was at the residence and overdosed on heroin. The Bradford EMS transported Jarica to Upper Valley Medical Center.

Nov. 7

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A business owner in the 7000 block of Kessler-Frederick Road, West Milton, called to report someone placing nails and screws in the parking lot entrance to his business.

BURGLARY: Deputies assisted West Milton Police on a burglary in the 200 block of North Miami Avenue, West Milton.

Nov. 8

ACCIDENT: Deputies responded to a possible injury accident in the 6900 block of East Peterson Road, Lostcreek Twp. Officers located a white Honda on its top in a field. The listed vehicle had heavy damage but no one was located with the vehicle. While investigating the scene, a deputy located a bag containing marijuana along with a red marijuana pipe laying beside the vehicle. Also located was a wallet containing a Social Security card belonging to the suspect Austin Cooper. The ase is pending further investigation.

ASSIST CITIZEN: A deputy stopped a yellow Ford truck for multiple lane violations. At one time the listed vehicle was traveling northbound in the southbound lane and almost caused an accident. The deputy then activated emergency lights and made a traffic stop on the listed vehicle. The deputy made contact with the driver who was identified as the defendant Ralph Brewster. Brewster seemed confused and couldn’t tell the deputy exactly where he was heading to and where he was coming from. The deputy made contact with a family member and they agreed to meet in Greenville to pick up Brewster. Due to Brewster’s driving and confusion, a deputy didn’t feel it was safe to allow Brewster to keep driving. Brewster’s vehicle was pulled to the side of the road and was locked. While running the vehicle’s registration, the deputy found that it expired in August. The deputy transported Brewster to Greenville where his daughter picked him up. Brewster was issued a citation for expired registration.

PUBLIC INDECENCY: Neighbors in the area of Seneca Drive and Marby Drive called to advise that a male was urinating in his yard in an open area where he was easily seen by others. When confronted about not doing that, the male, got confrontational and started cussing out the neighbor. After attempting to make contact with him at his house, the deputy called his cell. He cussed the deputy out and hung up on several times. Several minutes later he walked out of his house with arms raised, cussing at the deputy. He was warned for public indecency and disorderly conduct. He stated however that he had not done anything. The deputy informed him that he matched the description that was given and this would be his only warning.

SUICIDE: Deputies responded to Stillwater Prairie Reserve in reference to a suicide. The victim was found with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. No further information was provided.

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