Thursday, January 12

4:46 p.m. – Trespassing complaint at Menards, 75 Weller Drive.  Officer met with the manager who advised he had a female in the store who had stolen items on Jan. 10 and was attempting to return them.  The female was identified as Carolyn Darnell and she stated she had no idea the items had been stolen.  Darnell was trespassed from Menards.  The driver of the vehicle she was with was identified as Daniel Turner.  He was advised the officer had seen him driving earlier and he knew his license was suspended.  Turner was issued a citation for driving under suspension.  Darnell had a legal driver’s license and was permitted to drive the vehicle away. 

Friday, January 13

3:01 p.m. – Welfare check on female in the 800 block of N. Willow Glen Ave.  A BOLO was issued requesting to check on her welfare if found. 

Saturday, January 14

8:17 a.m. – Criminal damages reported in the 100 block of W. Kessler Cowlesville Road.  Victim reported between 6:30 and 8:00 a.m. an unknown object struck the top of his mailbox knocking it from the post.  He stated this type of damage in the area seems to on the increase. 

6:10 p.m. – Unruly juveniles around McDonalds, 127 S. Garber Drive.  Three juveniles were reported to be running in the roadway and parking lot of McDonalds.  Officer spoke with the three boys and reminded them of pedestrian safety. 

6:10 p.m. – Missing juvenile reported in the 20’s block of Pueblo Court.  Father reported his daughter as missing.  She was last seen on Jan. 13 around 3:45 p.m.  She was entered into LEADS as missing.  Juvenile was reported as returning home on Jan 15. 

Sunday, January 15

00:11 a.m. – Trespassing at Tipp Aquatic Center, 225 Parkwood Drive.  Officer observed a vehicle parked and the driver stated she was listening to music.  She was advised the park was closed and she needed to leave. 

2:03 p.m. – Theft reported at Meijer Distribution Center, 4200 S. County Road 25A.  Victim reported his IPhone was stolen on Jan. 13 between 1 and 5 p.m.  He was able to track his phone to Richmond, KY.  Officer explained he could take a theft report but would be unable to attempt to located it.  It was suggested he contact his carrier regarding the stolen phone. 

9:19 p.m. – Disturbance reported in the 600 block of N. Hyatt Street.  Verbal argument between RP, female and two males.  The three people left the residence and were stopped in the area of Tipp Cowlesville and Kessler Cowlesville Road.  Drive was identified as Arthur Grubb who stated he had stopped by the residence to pick up a female.  He said the neighbor became verbal with him and they left.  Grubb was cited for failure to reinstate license and all were released from the scene with a valid driver. 

Tuesday, January 17

1:45 a.m. – Disturbance reported in the 20’s block of Brookhill Woods.  Upon arrival at residence, officers could hear from the roadway a verbal altercation occurring inside the garage.  Officers knocked and identified themselves and ordered the occupants to open the garage door.  Officers found Nathan Brown and a juvenile female arguing back and forth.  Both parties were located in a narrow space between the garage wall and a parked vehicle.  Brown was placed into handcuffs to detain him until officers could further investigate the situation.  Brown stated a female came home from a local bar after 1 a.m. and went through his phone while he was asleep.  The female woke him up by pushing him and spitting on his face.  He admitted he was highly aggravated with her spitting and grabbed her.  Brown stated the female took his phone and he was unable to call 911.  The female stated she did in fact go through his phone and was unhappy with what she had uncovered.  She woke him up and he became angry and defensive when she confronted him with her findings.  The argument woke up the juvenile female who then took her mom into master bathroom.  She stated Brown forced entry into the bedroom, then the bathroom and this is when he grabbed her.  The female complained of injuries but refused medical treatment.  The damage Brown had caused gaining entry wasl visible and documented.  Nathan Brown was charged with Domestic Violence, transported and incarcerated in the Miami County Jail. 

4:56 a.m. – Warranted requested for Kia Straight.  On Aug 23 Kia Straight was stopped for a lane violation in the area of Coach Drive and S. County Road 25A.  At the conclusion of the stop Straight was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  She was transported to the TCPD where she agreed to submit to a urine test which was submitted to the Miami Valley Regional Crime Lab.  On Dec. 21 the results were received from the Lab.  Straight tested positive for THC at a level of 22 ng/ml, which is over the per se limit.  Officer attempted to contact her at her residence and left a message with the person answering the phone.  This person said they would “pass along the message for her to call.”  Another call was placed to Straight and she agreed to meet the officer on Dec. 28 or 29.  She didn’t show up and on Jan. 17 the officer spoke with the prosecutor regarding his inability to serve Straight her citation.  The prosecutor agreed that a warrant was necessary and the court was requested to issue a warrant for her arrest.