Bethel & Pike Twp

Saturday 9/23

9:53 p.m. To Portland Ave. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported receiving threats by phone and by text message.

10:03 p.m. To Tecumseh High School for a report of vandalism. A woman reported that someone slashed 3 of her tires and keyed her vehicle.

11:34 p.m. To Glenapple Dr. for a report of an unwanted guest. The deputy soon learned that it was not a case of an unwanted guest. The RP wanted his roommate to move out.

Sunday 9/24

1:13 a.m. To Sunrise Terrace for a report of a theft. A woman reported that sometime between 10:00 and 1:00, someone took her vehicle from in front of her apartment. She said she may have left the keys in it because she cannot find them. The vehicle was entered as stolen.

2:32 a.m. To Gerlaugh Rd. for a report of an assault. A man reported that he was assaulted by two individuals. His wife said that when they got out of their vehicle, her husband punched her in the face and pushed her to the ground. A witness reported that she saw the two were arguing. She said that her husband tried to intervene, but the male subject threatened him with bodily harm. The RP’s wife said that there was a gun in their vehicle, and she was afraid that the RP might shoot her. The deputies began searching the vehicle, and the RP threatened to sue the deputies, stating that they had no right to search the vehicle. He was advised that his wife gave permission for the search. The weapon was located and was found not to be stolen. The RP was placed under arrest for domestic violence and assault. On the way to the jail, the man started complaining of numb arms and pain in his chest and threatened to sue the deputy for refusing him medical attention. The deputy pulled into the Bethel Twp. Fire Station and medics transported him to Springfield Regional Medical Center. While at the hospital, the man threatened to sue the hospital and the doctor treating him. The doctor advised the man that since he was intoxicated, he could not refuse medical attention and was restrained for the safety of the hospital staff. A blood test was administered, and his blood alcohol level was 0.120. A C-scan was performed and the man was found to be bleeding in his brain, so he was taken to OSU Medical Center in Columbus.

9:43 a.m. To Revere Dr. for a report of a burglary.

11:32 a.m. To Drake Ave. for a report of a woman yelling “call the cops.” No further details were provided.

2:51 p.m. To Slayton St. for a report of an assault.

8:48 p.m. To Lake Rd. for a report of a possible domestic disturbance.

6:07 p.m. To Pepperwood Dr. for a report of an assault.

Monday 9/25

5:10 a.m. To S. Church St. for a report of a possible theft.

12:07 p.m. A deputy was advised that a woman hid behind a building as she passed by. The deputy located the woman in the Security Bank lot and recognized the woman from previous encounters. The woman was found to have a warrant from Montgomery County. She was arrested on the warrant and taken to the Clark County Jail.

3:33 p.m. To E. Washington St. for a report of vandalism.

Tuesday 9/26

9:45 p.m. To Flora Ave. for a report of a theft. A man advised that he had left his wallet in his vehicle overnight. He said that when he went to his vehicle this morning, he found the door open and his wallet missing. His driver’s license and credit cards were in the wallet. There are no suspects or witnesses.

Bethel Twp (Miami)

Friday 9/22

3:45 p.m. Civil dispute reported in the 6200 block of Pisgah Road. This call was a civil matter but due to the reporting party was claiming items were missing, this incident was documented.

4:34 p.m. Accident with no injuries reported in the area of Palmer and Bellefontaine Road.

10:06 p.m. Traffic stop in the area of Tipp Elizabeth and Rudy Road. Deputy observed a silver Chevrolet Impala fail to signal the right turn from northbound S. State Route 202 onto Tipp Elizabeth Road. Following the vehicle, deputy overserved the driver make numerous lane violations; and a times, was two to three feet into the oncoming lane of travel. A traffic stop was initiated and contact was made with the female juvenile driver. She indicated that she was unaware that she had been left of center. Deputy advised her that she appeared to be a drunk driver based on her driving. She said she had not been drinking and deputy observed no signs of intoxication. She reported that she and her passenger had been at the Miami East and Bethel High Schools football game. They then went to Tipp City to get food and now they were on their way home on Rudy Road. The female juvenile was issued a citation for numerous violations of 4511.25(A)-Left of Center. She was issued a court date in the Miami County Juvenile Court.

Saturday 9/23

6:33 p.m. Accident with injuries reported in the area of Rudy Road and E. State Route 571.

8:00 p.m. Property damage reported in the 2700 block of Ross Road. A female was backing out of a driveway and bumped a mailbox, cracking the wood post. The homeowner agreed to let her pay for the new post and he asked a report to be filed to document this incident. There was no damage to the vehicle.

Sunday 9/24

9:36 a.m. Traffic stop in the area of Flick Road and US Route 40.

12:27 p.m. Welfare check in the area of S. State Route 202 and E. State Route 571. No further information was available.

1:11 p.m. Burglar alarm investigated in the 8900 block of S. State Route 201. No further information was provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO).

1:33 p.m. Burglar alarm investigated in the 5200 block of Ross Road. No further information was provided by the MCSO.

9:24 p.m. Assist squad in the 9900 block of W. Haskett Lane. Dispatch advised deputy a male was passed out and not breathing. Upon arrival Bethel squad was performing compressions and deputy spoke with the parents. They advised the deputy their son had multiple medical conditions. EMS was able to get a heartbeat and the male was transported to an area hospital.

Wednesday 9/27

6:06 p.m. Abandoned vehicle reported in the 3000 block of S. State Route 202. Owner of the property stated a red Grand Am had been sitting on his farm land for at least five days and has not been moved. He stated he would be harvesting the corn soon and the vehicle was in the way. There was a note on the windshield stating the battery was dead and the driver would be back shortly to move it. Deputy attempted contacting the number left on the note and it was disconnected. Deputy then attempted to contact the registered owner at a different number and left a voice mail stating the vehicle would be towed. Deputy gave the rightful owner 30 minutes to return the call. No return call was received and a towing company was contacted to remove the vehicle.

Thursday 9/28

1:46 p.m. Theft not in progress reported in the 4300 block of US Route 40. The reporting party advised he was contacted by Ohio State Patrol after his vehicle was stopped in Dayton. He then then contacted Miami County 911 and reported his vehicle stolen. It was later found that the victim’s roommate lent the vehicle to a friend. An information report was filed and OSP was contacted with the results of the investigation