Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports


Nov. 9

OVERDOSE: A deputy was dispatched to Twin Arch Park located in Concord Township on an assist squad. Dispatch advised that a female passenger had overdosed. After further investigation, Stewart Hoover was arrested on possession of meth.

ROLLOVER CRASH: A rollover crash was reported in the 11000 block of Milton-Potsdam Road. One female was cited for drug paraphernalia and drug possession.

Nov. 10

BURGLARY: Several doors to buildings were found open of a barn in the 600 block of Kerr Road, Tipp City.

SCHOOL INCIDENT: A deputy investigated a report of a student drinking alcohol at Milton Union Schools. The student was charged with underage consumption and released to a parent.

OVERDOSE: A deputy responded to the A and R Reck mobile home park in the 4220 block of State Route 40, Bethel Top. The 33-year-old male reportedly overdosed on heroin and was taken to the Huber Heights ER for treatment.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A disturbance was reported at The Brewery, 111 W. Water Street, Troy, at 1:28 a.m.

Nov. 11

TRESPASSING: A deputy on patrol at the Farrington Reserve Park noticed two males exiting the wooded area across from the park entrance. They were dressed in camo and carrying bows. The males were charged with criminal trespass.

SCHOOL INCIDENT: A school official reported a fight between two students at Upper Valley Career Center. The school handled the discipline.

MENACING: A deputy was dispatched to the Miami County Board of Elections Office in reference to a menacing incident. An official who works at the Miami County Board of Elections Office reported around noon he received a phone call in the office from a disgruntled man from phone number 937-573-6136. The man asked if the Board of Elections was going to protest due to Donald Trump winning the presidential election. He stated they did not do that there, that’s not their job. The man then asked if the Board of Elections was going to impeach Donald Trump. He stated they did not do that either. At that point the man became more angry and stated, “I’ll just get my gun and shoot him then.” The man then repeated several times that he was done talking and hung up the phone. A deputy tried calling the phone number from a blocked number. The phone rang several time then went to and voicemail. The case was turned over to the FBI.

ASSIST AGENCY: A deputy was dispatched to assist Ohio Department of Natural Resources on a traffic stop on Tipp Canal Road. The ODNR had stopped the listed vehicle for possibly shooting from a vehicle at wildlife on Sullivan Road. They conducted a search of the vehicle for a weapon and located illegal narcotics and an open container. After further investigation, a weapon was recovered in the area. Mr. Fisher and his vehicle was released from the scene to a sober driver and will receive a summons on his charges of possession of hash, possession of drug paraphernalia, open container and tampering with evidence. Logan Peters, 19, of Vandalia was arrested and incarcerated in the Miami County Jail on charges of DUS, Improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, tampering with evidence, possession of a defaced firearm, possession of marijuana and DUS.

OVI: A deputy was dispatched to a suspicious complaint of a vehicle parked in the middle of Magnolia Drive, Concord Twp. without any running lights and it appeared unoccupied. The deputy made contact with a female, Amy Arnold. She stated that she was fine and she had parked her car there. Upon further investigation, Amy was arrested for failure to control, OVI and open container and was incarcerated.

BURGLARY: A resident in the 1200 block of Maple Street, Troy, reported a tablet stolen from the home.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A resident in the Paris Court Trailer Park, located in the 10000 block of N. County Road 25A, Piqua, reported his van had foul language spray painted on the hood and sides. No witnesses were available.

Nov. 13

WALLET RECOVERED: A resident brought in a wallet he found this morning near the intersection of Monroe Concord Rd and Count Road 25-A. He said it was sitting in the middle of the road and likely fell off a vehicle. The wallet contained several items with the name Craig Kinnison on them and was returned to his home address.

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