Miami County Sheriff’s Reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

June 24

FRAUD: A deputy was dispatched to Calvary Baptist Church in reference to a fraud complaint. The secretary/treasurer for the church said she noticed a fraudulent charge on the church debit account in the amount of $1,602.86. She called her bank and learned the charge was made

through Apple for the purchase of two Iphones. Cherryl closed the account and all cards associated with it. She then called Apple, but they could only give her limited info. They were able to stop and cancel the order before it got shipped. The deputy contacted Apple and inquired about the purchase. They advised the order was made online, but did not know where from. The order was to be shipped to the church address in the name of David Kisse. No other information was known about the purchaser. An OHLEG search of the name David Kisse did not produce any matches in the whole state. The secretary also stated she does not know that name.

Apple is refunding the purchase cost back to the church and they will not be out any money after that. There are no other leads or suspects to follow up on. Cherryl asked for a report to document the incident.

MISSING PROPERTY: A reporting party located in the 8000 block of Wildcat Road, Tipp City, reported that his listed lawn care equipment was taken from behind his garage sometime during the last week and a half. The items were in an overhanging type fixture attached to the garage that did not have a door on the front of it. There are no suspects in this incident at this time.

June 25

HIT AND SKIP: The reporting party, located on Evanston Road, Tipp City, stated a unknown subject caused damage to the back right side of his vehicle. A deputy observed damage to the reporting party’s truck on the back right fender. At this time there are no suspects of leads.

FRAUD: The reporting party, a Piqua resident, contacted the Miami County Sheriff’s Office to report fraudulent activity on her credit card. The case is under further investigation.

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