Wednesday, December 14

11:04 a.m. – Traffic stop in the area of W. State Route 571 and S. County Road 25A.  Officer observed vehicle not slowing down enough to stop at an approaching stop sign.  Traffic stop was initiated and driver identified as Blaine Warhula.  After running Warhula through LEADS it was discovered that he had a warrant for burglary out of Montgomery Country.  Because Montgomery Country was unable to meet the officer to pick up Warhula, he was transported to the Miami County Jail where he was incarcerated for his warrant.  He was also given a warning for failure to obey traffic control device. 

Thursday, December 15

2:59 p.m.  – Accident with injury in the 200 block of North Fourth Street.  Juvenile driver struck legally parked vehicle, pushing it approximately 30 feet.  The juvenile’s vehicle caught fire and was extinguished by a responding officer.  Driver was cited for failure to control. 

Friday, December 16

8:19 p.m. – Prisoner transport.  Englewood PD picked up Stacy Bernard Lewis on a Tipp City Warrant.  Officer picked her up at the Miami County line and transported Lewis to the Miami County Jail. 

11:47 p.m. – Officer assisted driver that slid on roadway in the area of W. South and N. Hyatt Street.  There were no injuries and driver was able to park vehicle off the roadway. 

Over the night, TCPD responded to multiple accidents and slide offs due to the icy roads. 

Saturday, December 17

00:31 a.m. – Accident with no injury in the area of S. Hyatt and W. Main Street.  A caller stated to dispatch he saw a vehicle hit a parked car.  When the officer arrived he saw a five car accident.  The last vehicle was a semi and the officer spoke with the driver first and assured he was OK.  Contact was made with the owners of the other vehicles and the officer discovered three had been parked and not occupied.  The fourth vehicle driver stated he lost control of the vehicle and drifted right and struck a vehicle in the rear.  He stated he exited the vehicle and was talking to one of the owners when a semi, transporting steel rolls, lost control and struck the back of the 4th vehicle and pushed it into the other three.  Driver of unit 4, James Ogles was cited with Failure to Control and Expired Driver’s License.  Driver of unit 5 (semi), Eleazar Namonyuk was cited for Failure To Control.  A passenger in the semi was cited with drug possession and drug paraphernalia.

8:24 a.m. – Criminal damages on the corner of E. Main and Third Street.  Officer observed a city trash can on its side and a tree limb broken.  It appears overnight a vehicle may have struck the trash can due to icy road conditions.   

1:38 p.m. – Welfare check at the BP Station, 1016 W. Main Street.  Brandon Jones was found in a parked vehicle during an overdose.  He was revived without the use of Narcan and transported to an area hospital.  Vehicle was towed and evidence sent to the crime lab for testing.

Sunday, December 18

7:49 p.m. – Prisoner transport.  Kettering PD picked up Bruce E. Horn on a Tipp City Warrant.  Tipp City Officer picked Horn up on Needmore Road and transported him to the Incarceration Facility. 

9:57 p.m.  Disorderly conduct reported in the 700 block of S. Third Street.  Male and female were in a verbal argument.  The male had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage about his person and admitted to having several beers that evening.  The male stated he had taken his son and the son’s girlfriend to a game that evening. The son had made a statement that the male didn’t agree with and confronted him.  The male said the argument had been verbal only and the girlfriend said if he didn’t leave, she would call the police.  Although the male appeared to be intoxicated, he was cooperative and agreed to leave for the evening so things could calm down.  The male was provided a ride to a relative’s home for the night. 

Monday, December 19

7:14 a.m. – Telecommunications harassment in the 500 block of S. Hyatt Street.  Female is receiving text messages from an ex-husband and want them to stop. 

12:02 p.m. – Traffic stop for equipment violation at mile marker 69 of northbound I75.  Contact was made with the driver and reason for the stop explained.  Officer observed he was extremely nervous and his hands were shaking as he was retrieving his license.  Officer told him he was just giving him a warning and not to worry.  After running his information through LEADS the officer returned to the vehicle and asked the driver to step out of his vehicle so he could be shown the violations.  Officer asked where they had been and where they were traveling to.  Driver explained the were coming from Dayton where they picked up a female who was in the back seat and going to Troy.  Officer made contact with the female passenger in the front seat who explained they had been Christmas shopping and didn’t have any identification on her person.  Running her name, Ashley D. Kline, through Spillman it was found the female had an active warrant out of Miami County.  Kline claimed she had no idea there was a warrant for her.  When asked about the female in the backseat, Kline said she didn’t know her that well.  They were both residing at a local shelter.  When the driver was asked if he had anything illegal in the vehicle, he stated “not that I know of” and gave permission to have the vehicle searched.  The rear female passenger admitted that Kline hid a pipe on her person.  When the officer asked Kline, she denied having anything illegal.  It was further explained to Kline if she took anything illegal into the jail, it would be a felony.  Kline then admitted she had hidden a pipe in a body cavity.  The officer shut the vehicle door and allowed Kline to remove the pipe.  After Kline spoke with another officer, she also admitted to having a syringe hidden in the same body cavity.  She then removed the syringe. During the search the officers also found Kline’s wallet with identification that she denied having on her person.   As the occupants became more honest with the officers, it was found that they had driven to Dayton to purchase Heroin.  The driver drove them down to an address, Kline got out and entered the house alone.  When she came back to the vehicle, she used one capsule of Heroin.  Kline was charged with Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments (2xs for pipe and syringe) and Obstructing Official Business.  The warrant was confirmed by the officer and he was instructed to only issue her a Summons to Appear. 

8:30 p.m. – Disturbance reported in the 500 block of Windridge Place.  Female was arguing with mom and sister.  All parties agreed the female could stay at the residence with the understanding arrests could be made if they continued to fight. 

Tuesday, December 20

10:22 a.m. – Trespassing complaint, breaking and entering reported at Polaris, 4873 S. County Road 25A.  Two subjects cut a hole in the security fence adjacent to Amity Mold building on Commerce Park Drive.  The two white male suspects went around the back property bull pen off Commerce Park Dr and S. County Road 25A location uncovering snow machines.  No theft was committed.  The fence has been repaired and attempted entry was conducted on Commerce Park Dr. building with no entry. 

6:28 p.m. – Menacing reported in the 100 block of S. Second Street.  Female had a protection order against ex and he followed her to a gas station in Tipp.  At the time of the report the female did not have a description of the vehicle or license plate.  She was advised to contact the courts and call 911 if it occurs again. 

Wednesday, December 21

1:05 p.m. – Disorderly conduct at the PD, 260 S. Garber Drive.  Officer observed two vehicles enter a lot in a hurry. Once they were parked, a female exited her vehicle and began shouting at a man in the other vehicle.  As the officer approached the man exited his vehicle and started shouting back causing the female’s passenger to exit the vehicle and confront the male.  Officer stepped between both subjects and requested the male and female step into the PD so he could speak with them.  The male passenger had returned to the female’s vehicle but continued to yell.  This male was warned to stop yelling or he would be cited for disorderly.  After taking statements from both parties and an impartial witness, the officer discovered the incident originated on the interstate.  After statements from all parties, Paul Edward Body was cited for disorderly conduct for following and confronting the other party.