Police reports


Information provided by the Troy Police Department:

Jan. 29

OVERDOSE: Karlon Staten overdosed on heroin at the 300 block of Peters Avenue. He was revived by Narcan and transported to the hospital.

DRUGS: On North Market Street, the suspect vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation. During the stop, the odor of raw marijuana was detected coming from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was conducted and a large bag of marijuana was located along with a pill bottle with several different types of pills were located in a coat with $20. The driver, Antowann Gardner, 41, of Dayton, was arrested and charged with with possession of oxycodone 10/325 (F-3) possession of oxycodone 15mg(F-3) both for bulk, possession of Oxycodone 10mg (F-5), possession of Xanax (F-5), possession of marijuana (MM), possession of drug paraphernalia (MM) and failure to dim high beam. The driver also had $1,380 on his person, which was seized. He was transported to the Miami County Jail for incarceration.

Jan. 30.

OVERDOSE: An officer was dispatched to a possible overdose. No address was listed.

DRUG INCIDENT: A female apparently under the influence of meth pulled the fire alarm at the Royal Inn in Troy. She told officers she pulled the alarm because she wanted the police to investigate secret closets and compartments in the hotel. She had an active warrant and was incarcerated. She was also cited for false alarms.

Jan. 31

OVERDOSE: An officer responded to the 400 block of Harrison Street, Troy, for a possible overdose. Family members claimed the patient had a seizure. The patient showed obvious signs of heroin use but no evidence was located. The same patient overdosed at the same location approximately two weeks ago.

Feb. 2

SCHOOL INCIDENT: Three girls left school from the Troy Junior High School. All three were found and suspended for three days. The juveniles were charged with unruly and released to their parents.

ASSAULT: An assault was reported in the 700 block of Stanfield.

SCHOOL INCIDENT: A male student at the Opportunity School was charged with unruly.

THEFT: Nicki Stamm was charged with theft at Meijer.

Feb. 3

DRUG CHARGES: Lakeith Kinnel, 36, of Dayton, and Richard Ausborn, of Troy, were charged with multiple counts of felony drug charges including tampering and trafficking following a narcotics investigation at 914 W. Water St., Troy.

OVERDOSE: An officer responded to the 6oo block of South Walnut Street for an overdose. The reporting party advised his son, Brandon Jacobs, was passed out in the bathroom. The reporting party said it was the third time in six weeks he had overdosed. Troy Fire Department revived Jacobs with two doses of Narcan. Due to the lack of evidence, he was not charged with drug related charges.

TEQUILA TAKEN: A report was filed by an employee at Marsh supermarket for a theft of liquor from the liquor store. A white male walked in the store and stole a bottle of Avion Silver tequila.

CHILD ISSUE: A 5-month-old child was turned over to Miami County Children’s Services following a drug related investigation at the Franklin House.

Feb. 4

FIRE: Officers were dispatched to a structure fire at 505 Crescent Drive apartments. Officers assisted a mother and her three small children out of the resident through a bedroom window.

OVERDOSE: Officers were dispatched to 1580 Cheshire Road, Apt. C, for a possible overdose. A male was found in the bathroom on the floor unresponsive and a needle in the sink. The officer started CPR on the male until medics arrived. The male was given Narcan several times and regained consciousness. He was transported to UVMC.

OVERDOSE AT WENDYS: A report of a male overdosing at Wendy’s was reported. The male admitted to using heroin after he was revived with Narcan.

Feb. 5

OVI: Daniel Machicao-Delgado was charged with OVI.

Feb. 6

DRUG CHARGES: An officer stopped a red Chevy vehicle for one brake light. The driver was arrested on drug related charges and incarcerated in the Miami County Jail.

Feb. 7

FOUND PROPERTY: A resident returned a purse found in the roadway on Water Street. It was placed in the property room.

THEFT: A report of a theft from a victim who lost her cell phone and someone else claimed it.

OVERDOSE: An overdose was reported in the 505 Crescent Drive Garden Manor Apartments. He was revived by Troy Fire and transported to UVMC.

Feb. 8

UDF ISSUES: Two male subjects were arrested at United Dairy Farmers for theft and possession of drugs.

DRUG ISSUES: Officers were dispatched to the Budget Inn in reference to a suspicious person. Robert Morton Jr. was located and arrested for several drug offenses.

INTOX: A patrolman responded to a report of a female passed out in a vehicle. She was found to be highly intoxicated in the driver seat with the keys nearby. An open bottle of vodka was also in the vehicle. She was arrested on physical control of a motor vehicle while intoxicated.

SUSPICIOUS: An officer located a suspicious vehicle at the Shell Station on West Main Street. Tracey Holcomb was charged with DUS and drug paraphernalia.

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