Bethel & Pike Twp

Sunday 1/21

12:10 a.m. To Lake Rd. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A woman reported that she found her husband texting his ex-wife again and that they started to argue. Both parties said that the argument was only verbal and both agreed to stay separated for the night.

11:50 a.m. To Ohio Ave. for a report of an overdose. The deputy arrived to find a man doing CPR on a woman. The man said they found the woman unresponsive. He said she is a heroin addict. The deputy administered one dose of Narcan and a Medic administered a second dose. The woman became responsive and started crying. She said she bought heroin from a man at a hotel on Miller Lane. She was taken to Springfield Regional Medical Center by New Carlisle Medics. No drugs or drug paraphernalia was found where the woman was located.

5:27 p.m. To Tulip Rd. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A man reported that his soon to be ex-wife tried to take his wallet. He said he dove through the window of her car to get it back. The wife left before the deputy’s arrival. He said he is concerned for his child’s safety because he believes the wife is back on drugs. He was given information on obtaining a protection order and advised to contact the school.

Monday 1/22

3:20 p.m. To N. Main St. for a report of someone stealing money from a coin machine. The owner showed the deputy video of a white male tampering with the coin machine causing coins to fall from it. The incident occurred between 6:45 and 7:00 this morning. A detective was shown a picture from the video and he identified the subject. Identification was confirmed from his driver’s license picture. The owner said that two other individuals were with him, and he believed that they served as “lookouts.” He said he wants the suspect charged and all three trespassed from the property. He made a copy of the video for the deputy, and warrants were requested against the subject for theft and tampering with a coin machine.

9:03 p.m. To N. Scott St. for a report of a theft. A woman reported that her adult son has been having friends staying at her house, and that multiple items have been stolen from her house, garage and her vehicles. She was able to describe a few of the stolen items.

9:54 p.m. A State Patrol trooper was dispatched to Rt. 40 near Lake Rd. for a report of an accident. The driver had glassy, bloodshot eyes and the trooper could smell the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him. He said he pulled off the road to call his sister and got stuck. He said that he had only drunk two beers and was not intoxicated. He was arrested for OVI. On the way to the Patrol Post, he said he didn’t know how much he had to drink. He plead not guilty at his arraignment on January 26 and his pretrial was set for February 23.

Tuesday 1/23

5:11 p.m. To First St., Medway, for a report of an assault. A man reported that his neighbor slammed him on the ground after they got into an argument because he had backed into the neighbor’s yard. He had a cut under his eye and on his lip. The neighbor said that the man pushed him and then he tackled the man. The neighbor was charged with assault. He plead not guilty at his arraignment on January 26. His pretrial was set for March 7.

7:46 p.m. To Lake Rd for a report of a domestic disturbance. A man advised that his wife and daughter were arguing. The deputy spoke to the women and they said that they had been arguing and that the man tried to separate them. The wife, who had been drinking, said she wants her daughter out of the house. The women said that they would stay in different parts of the home tonight.

8:55 p.m. To Villa Dr. for a report of an overdose. A woman reported that she came home to find her husband on the couch and unresponsive. She said that they had been arguing for the last few days and that she has been staying at her mother’s house. She said she was on the phone with him when he suddenly stopped talking and started making funny noises. She said she drove to New Carlisle to check on him. She said that he has overdosed before, and that was why they were arguing. He was given four doses of Narcan by New Carlisle Medics and transported to Huber.

10:09 p.m. To N. Main St. for a report of an aggressive man with a baseball bat on the parking lot. The man was located and as the deputy approached him, he began walking away. The deputy drew his weapon and told the man to stop. He was told to put his hands over his head, and he complied. Another deputy arrived and patted down the subject. The deputy found several knives on him. The subject said he believed he was being threatened by another man who was yelling at him. The business manager did not want to trespass the man and he left without any further incidents.

No Time Given A woman called 911 advising that a man had been shot and was screaming. She said it was across from the trailer park on Rt. 235. Dispatch recognized the voice as a woman who had called the previous evening. Dispatch tried to get more information, but the woman hung up and would not answer when called back. Deputies responded to the reported scene but could not locate anyone in the area. A deputy who had dealings with the woman in the past went to her home on Charles Dr. There were four people in the home, one of whom had an active warrant. In her call to 911, the woman said she saw the man get shot. When deputies talked to her, she said that she did not see the shooting. She was advised that she had made a false report, and the woman did not contest it. She was arrested and taken to the Clark County Jail.

Thurs 1/25

10:30 a.m. To N. Main St. for a report of a theft. A man said that two males tampered with a coin machine on his property. They were able to get about $12 out of the machine. As she was leaving, the deputy saw two individuals, one of whom matched the description of one of the suspects. He admitted to taking coins from the machine and said that he was willing to pay the money back. Another deputy was shown the picture of the second suspect and he was able to identify him. The owner was contacted and said he wanted to meet with the two suspects before deciding what to do.

Fri 1/26

6:04 p.m. While on patrol on Kennison Ave, a deputy was flagged down and advised that there was just a fight between two juveniles. One of the combatants was located, and said that he and another juvenile were fighting over an incident that occurred last year. He said that the other juvenile started the fight. He only knew the other juvenile by his first name and did not know where he lives.

Bethel (Miami)

Sat 2/3

11:47 p.m. Found property in the 9300 block of Sullivan Road. RP found a purse in a ditch near her driveway. The purse was booked into the property room at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office.

12:25 p.m. Traffic stop in the area of Flick Road and US Route 40. Driver was issued a citation for failure to reinstate license.

11:23 p.m. Domestic dispute in progress reported by a third party caller in the 8100 block of State Route 202. Upon arrival at residence, contact was made with a female who stated there was no problem and her husband had left on foot before the deputy’s arrival. Deputy asked why the female felt it was necessary to send a text to a friend if there was no problem. She stated she was just worried. Female advised they had been in verbal argument but nothing physical happened. Deputy was unable to located any markings or bruising on the female’s face or arms. Deputy advised female to call 911 if there were any further problems.

Sun 2/4

1:03 a.m. Deputy was dispatched to a possible disturbance that occurred in the 8100 block of State Route 202.

10:21 p.m. Telephone harassment reported in the 9200 block of S. State Route 202. Female was receiving unwanted calls and text messages from an ex-boyfriend. They had recently parted ways and the male didn’t take the breakup well. Female also advised he had made threats to come to her residence. He didn’t make any direct comments to harm her so at this time, she just wanted the incident to be documented. She was advised of options she can pursue if he continues to call or show up at her residence.

Tues 2/6

11:31 p.m. Traffic stop for no rear license plate light in the area of S. Dayton Brandt Road and S. State Route 201. Leanne Wiley was cited for driving under suspension and no plate light. A valid licensed passenger was permitted to drive the vehicle from the scene.

Wed 2/7

6:37 p.m. Accident with no injury reported in the area of S. State Route 202 and W. Charleston Road.

Fri 2/9

1:49 p.m. Theft not in progress in the 7300 block of Agenbroad Road. A black covered box trailer was stolen from a new residence being built. The trailer contained multiple tools and equipment valued at $3000. The trailer was entered into LEADS as stolen. This case is pending further investigation.

7:09 p.m. Disturbance reported in the 6700 block of Singer Road. Deputies dispatched on the report of a male possibly breaking into the residence. Upon arrival it was determined there was no attempted break in and the male was legally permitted to be at the residence. Due to a disagreement between the male and the caller, the male agreed to stay somewhere else for the night. Transportation was arranged for the male.