Miami County Sheriff’s Office Reports

Nov. 5

ID THEFT: A Piqua resident reports that an unknown subject used her identity to open a Verizon account. This occurred in San Bernardino, California.

OVI: A deputy stopped the listed vehicle for a moving violation at the Miami Valley Centre Mall, Piqua. The deputy made contact with the driver who was identified as the defendant Daniel L Sergent. After further investigation Mr. Sergent was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was taken into custody for OVI.

Nov. 6

AGENCY ASSIST: A deputy responded to the8000 block of Horseshoe Bend Road, Pleasant Hill, with the Humane Society and Health Department. The owner allowed officials onto his property to view it and his horse. The horse was found to be in good body condition with no injuries. The home owner was given 30 days by Health Department to clean up the property. The neighbor was advised not to throw food over the fence to the owner’s horse. She was also trespassed from the homeowner’s property.

STOLEN PILLS: A resident in the 7000 block of Rangeline Road, Covington, reported someone entered her unlocked home on Nov. 2 and stole her prescription oxycodone. No other prescriptions or valuables were disturbed. She named no suspects.

BURGLARY: A deputy responded to 10000 block of Reece Rd in Washington Township in reference to a burglary complaint.

Nov. 7

UNRULY JUVENILES: A resident called to report that some juveniles had struck his vehicle with cheese and barbecue sauce while stopped at the intersection of Cross St. and Main Street in Potsdam. He stated after the vehicle was struck, he exited the vehicle and located two juveniles that admitted to throwing the items at his car. Both juveniles were charged accordingly.

Nov. 8

OVI: A deputy pulled up on an accident at Water Street and Elm Street, Troy. As the deputy pulled up, the listed vehicle drove off from the scene at which time the officer made a traffic stop on the vehicle. After further investigation the driver was identified as the defendant Jeremiah A Johnson and he was placed under arrest for OVI.

Nov. 9

MENACING: Deputies responded to the area of the 2000 block of Lefevre Rd. Troy, in reference to a disturbance. During the course of the investigation, Shawn Travis was cited with menacing.

Nov. 10

BURGLARY: A deputy was dispatched to 1120 W. Patricia Lane in Springcreek Township in reference to a burglary that occurred at the residence.

SUSPICIOUS MEAT MAN: A resident in the 8000 block of Burr Oak-New Hope Road, Fletcher called 911 to report a suspicious person. An unknown white male, driving a black Dodge Dakota pickup truck, was at her residence trying to get her to purchase beef he had for sale. The reporting party thought the male was suspicious due to him not having any type of credentials showing in plain view. The reporting party said she was leery of the male because he was being very “pushy” and acted as though he was going to walk past her at the front door and enter her residence without being asked. Further, the unknown male asked the reporting party to buy the beef for $600. She said she did not have $600. The male then asked the reporting party how much money she had. The male eventually left the residence.

The reporting party was able to show officials a decent still photograph of the male and the front end of the truck he arrived in. Officers also received another complaint about this white male and the black Dodge Dakota from an address on Snyder Road the same day.

INMATE ISSUES: Sgt. Marion was contacted at home and advised a corrections officer had been bitten by an inmate.

BURGLARY: A resident in the 8000 block of Looney Road, Piqua, states between 1-4 p.m. an unknown suspect entered the rear of his home through an opened rear door.

FRAUD: A resident in the 5000 block of Iddings Road, West Milton, reports his credit card was taken and used at multiple places. When he received his bill in the mail he found more than $13,000 in fraudulent charges.


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