Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Oct. 30

BURGLARY: A resident in the 6100 block of State Route 36, in Brown Township, reported that someone went into their residence and removed valuables while they were not at home. This matter is under investigation.

Nov. 1

FAILURE TO CONTROL: Covington Police officers stopped a suspicious motor vehicle traveling south bound on S. High

St. The vehicle appeared to have been wrecked and driven through a field. The occupants stated that something happened on Brown Road.

Upon further investigation it was determined that the driver lost control of the vehicle, struck a culvert and left the scene of the accident. The driver was cited for failure to control, Failure to reinstate and leaving the scene and the passenger/registered owner was cited with wrongful entrustment.

WARRANT: Piqua Police units were responding to a theft in progress at Wal Mart in their city. The suspect left in the listed black Pontiac Grand Prix and was last seen north on Main Street headed toward I-75.

A deputy was near the I-75 entrance ramp at the 78 mile marker. The suspect’s vehicle drove past the deputy traveling south bound. The deputy initiated a stop on the vehicle as it exited at the 74. The vehicle pulled to the shoulder and continued slowly to Shell gas station. The suspect pulled in to Shell gas and stopped.

The female driver was ordered out and to the rear of the vehicle. She was placed in handcuffs and then moved to the front of the cruiser. Once secured, the female identified herself as Kenneitha Woods.

Kennietha was run through LEADS and found to be driving under a 12 point suspension. She also had an active warrant out of Montgomery County. Piqua Police responded to the scene and took custody of Kennietha. She was issued a citation for driving under suspension and advised of her court date. The vehicle was released to the registered owner.

Nov. 3

PARK FIRE: Newton Local School principal Steve Fisher informed the Miami County Sheriff’s Office’s school resource officer that a few students started a fire at the school park.

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