Sheriff Reports

Bethel & Pike Township

Sunday 5/6

9:39 a.m. To Addison-New Carlisle Rd. for a report of littering. A man reported that tires had been dumped beside a barn and a tarp was dumped in the driveway. He had surveillance video that showed two vehicles and people walking on his property. He also stated that numerous barn doors had been taken.

11:05 p.m. To Carlotta Circle for a report of a dog bite. A man reported that while he was mowing his lawn around 2:30 p.m., his neighbor’s dog jumped up on the fence and bit his arm. Medics were called and his daughter took him to Wright-Patt ER. Medics contacted the owner and she provided paperwork for the dog. The rabies shot had expired in February.

Monday 5/7

3:48 p.m. Traffic stop on Scott at Lake. The driver had an outstanding warrant and was arrested and taken to the Clark County Jail.

7:00 p.m. To Styer Dr. A woman reported that someone threw a rock through her vehicle’s window.

8:05 p.m. To S. Dayton-Lakeview Rd. for a report of a burglary. A man reported that while he was at work, someone took several electronic items from his apartment. It appeared that the suspect entered through a window. The deputy found a hammer and a screwdriver by a bedroom door that was used to remove the hasp from the padlocked door. There are no suspects.

Thursday 5/11

7:07 a.m. Traffic stop on W. National Rd. at Tecumseh Middle School. The driver was cited for speed (40/20).

Friday 5/12

1:41 a.m. To Scott St. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A woman reported that she was arguing with her grandson because he had been drinking all day. She said that when she confronted him, he called her names, pushed her, grabbed her arm and wrestled with her to get away. The grandson said that the woman grabbed at him and slapped him. Both parties were arrested for domestic violence and assault. The grandson was also charged with offenses involving an underage person. Another individual at the residence was arrested on an outstanding warrant for passing bad checks.

Bethel Township (Miami)

Friday 5/5

11:54 Suspicious vehicle at Big Mikes BP Station, 8561 S. State Route 201. Deputy observed a vehicle parked at the gas station after business hours. Since there has been several burglaries and attempted burglaries at this location, deputy pulled in behind the vehicle. Contact was made with the registered owner, Jennifer Jamison. She first stated she pulled into the lot to pull back out, changed her story to she needed to use the restroom but the business was closed. Deputy felt this was odd since she had pulled next to a gas pump instead of in front of the business. She stated she was coming from a friend’s house in Vandalia and was headed home to Fairborn. Deputy detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage and asked if she had anything to drink. Jamison first stated no and later said she had a few beers. Asked and agreeing, Jamison was asked to exit her vehicle and perform a series of field sobriety evaluations. Unable to complete the evaluation as instructed, Jamison was placed under arrest for Physical Control and transported to the Miami County Sheriff’s office where she refused to give a breath sample. Jamison was cited for Physical Control and released to a sober driver.

Saturday 5/6

5:48 a.m. Suspicious person in the 8400 block of Heilman Drive. Homeowner stated his son saw a person going through his truck that morning. When the homeowner went outside to check, the man was gone. There was a few small items missing out of the truck. No suspects at this time.

Sunday 5/7

10:29 p.m. Disturbance reported in the 6800 block of US Route 40. Deputy spoke with a female who stated she has gotten into an argument with a male. During the argument, he punched her in the face and kicked her in the ribs. She was out of the county but would call when she returned. Towards the end of the deputy’s shift another female called and stated she had picked up the victim and observed obvious signs of injury to her face. She took her back to the residence and observed the male get physical with her again. When the deputy spoke with the victim she was reluctant to share what happened. She finally shared the male had become enraged and started hitting her and tearing up the house. She was able to leave the property and when she returned with her friend, things escalated quickly. The domestic packet was reviewed with the victim. She refused to sign any charges or fill out a witness statement. Two deputies responded to the residence and attempted to make contact with the male. He was observed getting up off the couch and leave into the back room. Extra units were requested due to there being firearms inside the residence and nobody answering the door. Upon officers from Huber Heights arriving, contact was made with the male. He exited the residence, placed into handcuffs and in the rear seat of a cruiser. The male denied being physical with the female and complained about high blood pressure. EMS responded and checked out the male. While this was happening, a deputy entered the residence and spoke to a witness. Once the male was cleared by the EMS, he transported to the Miami County Jail and incarcerated. Stephen Doak was charged with Felony Domestic Violence.

6:13 p.m. Welfare check in the 8700 block of New Carlisle Road. Deputy responded with Bethel EMS for a female juvenile who took several pills in an attempt to harm herself. Upon deputy’s arrival, Bethel was already transporting the female to Huber ER. Deputy responded to the ER and spoke with her. She admitted to taking an unknown amount of an over the counter pills. She also stated she wanted to prove a point to a family member that she could do it. The female was left in custody of her family member and ER staff.

Monday 5/8

11:59 p.m. Suspicious vehicle at Big Mike’s BP Station, 8562 S. State Route 201. Deputy observed a vehicle parked at Big Mike’s BP after business hours. The four occupants were identified and after further investigation a juvenile passenger was arrested on a failure to appear warrant out of Montgomery County. The juvenile was transported to Kroger at the Northwood’s exit in Vandalia and handed over to a Montgomery County Deputy.

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