Bethel & Pike Township

Sunday 3/4

3:29 a.m. To Winchester St. for a report of an unruly juvenile. The deputy arrived to hear yelling and screaming. He was directed to a rear bedroom where he found a naked 16-year-old boy with another man trying to restrain him. The boy was “talking out of his mind” and showing signs of extreme aggression. While struggling to get the boy under control, the deputy advised dispatch of the situation. He was finally able to cuff the boy. He was placed on his side so he could breathe because he was covered in vomit and breathing heavily. The boy continued to yell and had violent outbursts. Bethel Twp. EMS arrived and the boy spit in the face of an EMT. He was taken to Springfield Regional Medical Center. The boy’s mother said that she found him in his room completely naked and acting strangely. She said he was destroying his room and was bring threatening. She said she believes he was on drugs. Deputies searched the boy’s room and found paraphernalia and marijuana. The mother said she wanted the property out of her house. The boy was charged with being Unruly, Resisting Arrest, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

Monday 3/5

5:12 a.m. To Hocker Dr. for a report of a domestic disturbance. Deputies arrived to find a man standing outside smoking a cigarette. As the deputy approached the man, he flipped his cigarette on the ground and took off running toward Rt. 235. Deputies searched the area but could not find him. A woman said that her son and his girlfriend were in a verbal argument and that the son left on foot. The girlfriend said they got into a struggle, and he took about $900 out of her bra and left. She said he has a history of drug use and believes he’s intoxicated. She said she did not want to file charges, but wanted a report so she could file for a protection order.

3:28 p.m. To Knight Ct. for a report of a theft. A man reported that his trailer was missing. He said his wife saw someone on a 4-wheeler wearing camouflage and a black ski mask. There are no suspects.

5:44 p.m. To Brubaker Dr. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A man said that his son has an alcohol problem and that they have been arguing all day about it. Both agreed that the argument did not become physical. The father said he wants his son to go to rehab. The son said that he stopped drinking for the day and was going to leave for the night to go to his brother’s home.

6:44 p.m. To Scott St. for a report of vandalism. A woman reported that someone damaged the siding of her garage by throwing rocks at it. She suspects a female who lives on Adams St. She said that earlier she and another female were throwing rocks. She said she had confronted them and the female had an attitude. The deputy went to the female’s home and informed her mother of the complaint. Both daughters denied throwing the rocks. The deputy advised them that the RP just wanted them to admit their wrongdoing and that nothing would become of it, but if they wouldn’t admit, then the report would be submitted for investigation. One daughter accused the deputy of being racist and walked away. Her mother made her return and finish the conversation. They were informed that if there was a witness, the daughter could face criminal charges.

6:45 p.m. A man called to report a road rage incident. He said he was southbound on Lake Rd. when a man passed him and slammed on his brakes, then jumped out of his vehicle trying to get the man to fight. He said the other man’s wife had left him, and now the RP is seeing her. He was advised that a report would be filed.

Tuesday 3/6

3:53 a.m. To Forest Rd. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A woman reported that she and the father of her child had been arguing all evening. She said that he is very controlling and will not allow her to go anywhere. She said she wanted to leave, but was afraid of what he might do. The boyfriend was awakened and the deputy explained that the woman would be leaving for the evening and would be taking the child with her. The boyfriend became upset and he was advised that this was not the time to try to work things out. Deputies stood by until the woman’s sister arrived to pick her up.

7:36 a.m. To Prentice Dr. for a report of a domestic disturbance. A 15-year-old girl said that she was sick and that her mother was refusing to take her to a doctor. She said they were verbally arguing and her mother pushed a door into her and struck her face. The mother said that the girl was refusing to go to her doctor’s appointment. She said the daughter believes that she doesn’t have to take her medication any more and that caused the argument. The girl agreed to go to her doctor’s appointment.

Wednesday 3/7

9:39 p.m. To Glenapple Dr. for a report of a domestic disturbance. Both parties were intoxicated. The male half said that they were out drinking, that his wife drank too much and was “becoming a handful.” He said that when they got home, she continued to be a problem and was arguing with him. He said he slapped the back of her head to get her attention from her drunken state. The wife agreed with that story and said that she turned the incident into something bigger than it was. No charges were filed.

Friday 3/9

11:28 a.m. To Brubaker Dr. A driver forgot to lower the tarp on his truck and took down power lines.

Saturday 3/10

2:25 p.m. To Lake Rd. A man who had reported his vehicle stolen was notified that it was located in Fairborn and Fairborn Police had it towed to an impound lot. The man was uncooperative with deputies just as he was when he reported the theft.

4:44 p.m. To McAdams Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone entered his work truck and took his GPS, his house keys and the key to his personal vehicle. The deputy found a nearby business that had security cameras, but an employee said it would be Monday before a manager was in to view the video.

5:26 p.m. To Lower Valley Pike for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone broke into his vehicle and took an amplifier and speakers from his vehicle. He said that several electronic items were overlooked.

6:28 p.m. To Milton-Carlisle Rd. for a report of a private property crash. A driver was seen striking another vehicle as he backed out of a parking space, then left the scene. He was located at his home in New Carlisle. The deputy noticed a small mark on the right rear side of his vehicle and appeared to be freshly made. The driver was irritated and verbally confrontational. He smelled of alcohol, but did not appear to be intoxicated. The deputy asked for his insurance information and said that he was not going to provide it. He asked for video footage of the event. A witness had taken a picture of the event which showed his vehicle with the plate. The witness said the driver stopped three times before finally exiting the lot. The deputy looked at the victim’s vehicle and found black marks (same color as the driver’s vehicle) on it. There was also a small dent in one door. The driver, after seeing this, still did not believe that he was at fault. He was taken back to his home and the height of his vehicle matched the height of the damage on the victim’s vehicle. He was cited for hit-skip.

8:16 p.m. To Drake Ave. for a report of an unruly juvenile. A woman reported that her son had a friend over, and when she asked him to do something, he began to yell and threw a chair at her. She said that she threatened to take his Xbox away, and he became more irate. The boy said that he was irritated that his mother would bother him while he was playing video games. He was advised that the game was not that serious to do all the damage. He was also advised that everything belonged to his mother and that she could take them away any time she believed it necessary.

Bethel Township

Wednesday 3/14

1:48 p.m. Solicitors reported in the 5500 block of Studebaker Road. RP is new to the area and was unsure of how solicitors were handled. Deputy answered RP’s questions.

2:04 p.m. Assist another agency in the 8700 block of Bellefontaine Road. Clark County requested to meet at Bellefontaine Rd. and St Rt. 235. Clark County needed to serve charges to Dennis Clauson.

Saturday 3/17

10:09 p.m. Traffic stop for lane violation in the area of S. State Route 202 and E. State Route 571. After further investigation, Kristeena Erisman was cited for not having an Ohio driver’s license and turns at an intersection. She was released to a driver with a valid driver’s license.

10:58 p.m. Accident with no injuries reported in the 6700 block of E. State Route 571.

Sunday 3/18

1:22 p.m. Disturbance reported in the 6900 block of Palmer Road. After further investigation, it was found to be a domestic dispute and an unruly juvenile. The juvenile was counseled and parents did not wish to pursue charges.

Monday 3/19

12:48 p.m. Pedestrian contact in the area of Scarff Road and E. State Route 571. Deputy initiated a pedestrian stop on a male walking westbound on State Route 571. After further investigation, the male subject refused transportation to Behavioral Health to be evaluated. Deputy left the scene without incident.

3:31 p.m. Theft not in progress in the 5400 block of S. Dayton Brandt Road. There is no suspect at this time.

8:17 p.m. Welfare check at Big Mike’s BP, 8561 S. State Route 201. Deputy was dispatched to check on a male who was walking around the business talking to himself. The male’s name was run through LEADS and it was discovered he had two felony warrant that were outside of the pickup range. The male stated he was trying to get to Michigan. He was transported to the county line on State Route 201 and advised how to get to I70 so he could make his way to I75 to head north. Roger Reimer was trespassed from Big Mike’s.

9:15 p.m. Welfare check in the 6900 block of Palmer Road. Contact was made with a female who allowed the deputy to see her toddler. The toddler appeared to be fine, the female did not appear to be intoxicated. Female stated this has been an ongoing issue because a family member and her ex have been mad at her and causing problems. Due to the child being ok, deputy left the residence.

Tuesday 3/20

10:03 a.m. Unruly juvenile in the 5700 block of US Route 40.

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