Bethel Township

Saturday, January 21

3:17 a.m. – Trespassing complaint in the area of Ross and Sullivan Road.  Deputy located two vehicles stuck in the mud.  The property owner was notified and the vehicles were removed.  Charges are pending. 

Monday, January 23

3:50 p.m. – Assisted citizen in the 5500 block of Ross Road.  RP inquired about a vehicle that had been left on his property.  After running the vehicle through LEADS it was found it was stolen.  The entering agency was contacted and they requested the vehicle be impounded. 

Monroe Township

Friday, January 20

4:17 p.m. – Suspicious people observed on the Shoop Road overpass.  Dispatch received multiple calls regarding a group of juveniles on the overpass with what appeared to be long guns or rifles, possibly pointing at traffic on the interstate.  Deputy located a group of male juveniles walking up a lane from an abandoned house near the overpass.  A second deputy stopped and questioned a vehicle in the area that contained a juvenile.  This juvenile stated he was waiting to pick up the group that had been located.  Deputies located one bb gun that appeared very similar to a rifle.  One male admitted it was his but denied pointing it at cars.  After speaking with all of the juveniles, deputies decided to release them to their parents for discipline in lieu of charges. 

Monday, January 23

1:55 a.m. – Traffic stop attempted on southbound I75 at mile marker 71.  Deputy observed a vehicle traveling southbound in the interstate.  After running the registration through LEADS, it was found the vehicle was reported stolen out of Van Buren Township, Michigan.  Dispatch confirmed the registration and when a second deputy was close, overhead lights and sirens were activated in an attempt to stop the vehicle.  The vehicle exited at the 69 ramp and approached the red light.  It appeared as if the driver was going to stop but he accelerated through the red light and on to the entrance ramp of south bound I75.  Deputies continued to pursue the vehicle with lights and sirens reaching speeds over 100 miles per hour.  A Tipp City officer advised dispatch he was set up at the 68 mile marker and could deploy spike strips.  With strips successfully deployed, the driver hit them but continued traveling southbound for a short time.  Deputy observed the brake lights come on as they approached the 66 mile marker, the vehicle ran off the road and spun out in the ditch.  The driver exited the vehicle and took off running west, jumped a fence and ran through the property of Ginghamsburg Church and headed towards Shoop Road.  As the deputies pursued the male, he was given verbal commands to stop.  At two points, the suspect turn around and put his hands up for a brief moment and then turned continuing to run south.  The male was found where he was held at gun point until he was successfully handcuffed.  The male, identified as Julius Imperati, was incarcerated on charges of receiving stolen property, fleeing and eluding, driving under suspension, speed and traffic light violation. 

Tuesday, January 24

5:77 p.m. – Disturbance reported in the 5200 block of David Drive.  Male juvenile call 911 and reported an argument between him and his father.  The juvenile stated his father was yelling and screaming in his face, followed him out to his vehicle grabbing his shirt and attempting to take his keys.  Deputy spoke with

the father and it was determined there were no threats or physical violence.  The male left the residence. 

Friday, January 27

00:18 a.m. – Welfare check in the 7100 block of Peters Road.  Deputy dispatched to check on the welfare of a male.  The RP stated the male had made suicidal comments and was afraid he might try to overdose on heroin.