Note: This week’s Roll Call contains incidents without further information. It is important that neighbors know there has been a theft, attempted theft or burglar alarm in their area.
Friday, Sept 11
0915 hours - Theft not in progress reported in the 6600 block of East State Route 571. Over the last couple of weeks RP reports that 100 bales of hay had been removed from his property. The bales were kept in the loft of an open barn. RP advised farm machinery is parked in front of the structure so the bales had to be moved by hand.
Sunday, Sept 13
1216 hours - Neighbor complaint in the 7700 block of Singer Road. Neighbors were arguing over a tire being put on one another’s property. One party was warned to not trespass onto the other’s property.
1618 hours - Burglar alarm in the 5200 block of Studebaker Road. No other information available.
1740 hours - Domestic disturbance in the 7500 block of Newbury Road. Male called dispatch and wanted it documented that he had an altercation with his mother. He advised they got into an argument over what he was wearing to the store. He alleged that his mother slapped him and he then spit on her. He also stated his stepdad grabbed him. Mother agreed they had gotten into an argument over the clothes he planned to wear to the store. She stated he spit in her face but denied slapping him. Neither party wished to pursue charges. It was suggested the one of them leave the residence for the evening. The son decided to leave and was transported to a location so a friend would pick him up.
Monday, Sept 14
1541 hours - Civil dispute in the 6500 block of Scarff Road. RP hired a person for a roofing project. RP paid $950 on the first day of the work. The contract agreed upon amount was $2425. The hired person has not returned since the first day and the RP has not been able to contact him. RP was advised this was a civil matter and he should contact an attorney about pursing a civil suit.
Tuesday, Sept 15
1725 hours - Theft not in progress in the 9100 block of South State Route 571. No further information available.
2121 hours - Disturbance reported in the 8100 block of South State Route 202. Deputy responded the residence on the report of the RP’s husband being verbal with her. She further stated he put cheese sauce on her. RP then put garlic sauce on him. Arriving at the residence the Deputy attempted to contact the RP. Not able to do so, Deputy asked Dispatch to call the her. The RP eventually walked out the rear door and advised she was fine and no violence occurred. RP did not wish to talk to the deputy and stated he could leave.
Wednesday, Sept 16
1442 hours - Burglar alarm in the 4200 block of Gibson Drive.
2326 hours - Domestic disturbance reported in the 7400 block of South State Route 202. RP called dispatch because her boyfriend was intoxicated and yelling. RP stated there was nothing physical, she just wanted him to go to sleep. After speaking with both parties they agreed to go to bed in separate rooms for the night.
Saturday, Sept 12
2006 hours - Loud music complaint in the 7800 block of Winding Way North.
Monday, Sept 14
0749 hours - Accident with injury in the area Ginghamsburg Frederick and Peters Road. Vehicle was traveling east bound on Ginghamsburg Frederick Road and failed to stop at the stop sign at Peters Road. This vehicle stuck a vehicle traveling north on Peters and then struck the vehicle stopped at the stop sign traveling west on Gingham Frederick. Justin Shaw informed the Deputy that the accident was his fault. The sun was in his eyes and did not see the stop sign. It was determined that Shaw’s license was under suspension. Shaw was issued a citation for the stop sign violation and driving under suspension.
Wednesday, Sept 16
1349 hours - Civil dispute in the 3100 block of Magnolia Drive.
Thursday, Sept 17
0405 hours - Deputies responded and assisted the Tipp City Police Department on a domestic violence call in the 300 block of North Second Street.