Sunday, July 9
00:04 a.m. - Traffic stop in the 6800 block of Scarff Road. Deputy was traveling southbound on Scarff Road when he observed two vehicles traveling northbound. The rear vehicle was following the front vehicle too closely and did not possess a working front right headlight or a working license plate light. A traffic stop was initiated and contact made with driver, Denise Fouch, who was advised the reason for the stop. She stated she was aware that the headlight was out but didn’t know the license plate light was not working. Fouch was asked for her driver’s license and she stated she didn’t have it with her. Deputy obtained her social security number and ran the information through LEADS. The return showed Fouch’s driving status was currently under suspension. Fouch was issued a citation for driving under suspension and two headlights required. A valid driver responded to take possession of the vehicle.
1:11 a.m. – Trespassing and liquor violation reported in the 200 block of Lista Drive. Deputies responded on the report of several young adults subjects trespassing on the property. They were reportedly in and around a pool and consuming alcoholic beverages. They left the property while the caller was speaking with dispatch. Deputies checked the area but were unable to located anyone in the neighborhood.
1:28 p.m. – Theft not in progress reported in the 7400 block of S. State Route 202. Female advised her vehicle was missing from her driveway. She also stated there was an outstanding title loan on the vehicle and she hasn’t paid on it for three months. Deputy thought it was highly likely that the vehicle was towed by the loan company due to the loan being in default. This matter was pending until Deputy could speak with the loan company.
4:44 p.m. – Neighbor complaint in the 8400 block of Flick Road. RP reported his neighbor had been driving his vehicles recklessly on the road in front of his residence. On this day, the RP and others at his residence observed the male do a "burn out" in front of his residence. After doing this, the male apparently yelled out of the window "now call the cops" and other things that were not able to be understood. RP advised that there were also children outside during this that witnessed it all take place. This was the second time that day the RP had called 911 to report reckless driving on Flick Road. It was advised by the RP that the reckless driving takes place all the time on this road. He said that he just wanted it all to stop so there are no further troubles. Deputy spoke to the male about this complaint and he was warned against his reckless driving and disorderly actions towards anyone. He advised he understood and would conduct himself in a civil manner in the future.
7:46 p.m. – Recovered stolen vehicle in the 8600 block of New Carlisle Road. A random motorist passed by the area and discovered a disabled vehicle partially in the roadway and called 911. Upon the Deputy’s arrival, the vehicle was unoccupied. Running the license plate through LEADS it was found to be stolen out of Dayton Ohio. The right front wheel of the vehicle appeared to have fallen off while in motion and the unknown driver then intentionally drive it into the ditch. Dayton PD had a tow company respond to retrieve the vehicle.
7:51 p.m. – Assist fire department in the 2300 block of West Charleston Road. Deputies responded to the area of West Charleston Road and Ross Road on the Great Miami River for a possible missing adult male. Dispatch advised that the male was last seen with a group of friends on an island on the river just North of West Charleston Road. One Deputy responded to that location and spoke with the group of individuals. Another responded to Great Miami Adventures on Ross Road and spoke with a few individuals who were out by the river. They were asked if they had seen a male matching the description and they stated no. The Deputy checked around the property and saw a male matching the description of the missing person on an ATV and asked for his name. The male was identified as the missing individual. The male said he was fine and the Deputy requested dispatch cancel EMS. The male was informed what the group had reported and he stated that it must have been miscommunication. He stated he went down a different channel on the river than the rest of the group and told them he was continuing on. He stated the group must of not of heard him.
9:10 p.m. – Traffic stop in the area of US Route 40 and S. State Route 202. Deputy observed a vehicle pull out of a drive-in and when the vehicle was on US Route 40, the driver heavily accelerated the vehicle
causing the rear wheels to smoke and squeal for approximately five seconds. Deputy followed behind the vehicle eastbound and as it turned onto State Route 202, he initiated a traffic stop. The driver was identified as Nicholas Debello and asked why he did a “burn out.” Debello stated the people at the place he just left wanted him to. As the Deputy spoke with him a slight odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected emitting from his person. Debello admitted to drinking three or four beers during the day. He was asked and agreed to submit to a field sobriety test and was found not to be impaired. Debello was run through LEADS and it was discovered his license was under suspension. Debello was issued a citation for reckless operation and driving under suspension. He was then released to a friend with a valid driver’s license.
Monday, July 10
10:42 p.m. – Disturbance in the 7200 block of S. State Route 202. A male reported a female was at his residence causing a problem. He advised that she had been physical with him and had picked up a knife when he called 911. The female called for a ride and left while deputies were enroute. The male advised he just wanted the female to leave. He was advised to call if she returned.
Tuesday, July 11
8:48 a.m. – Theft reported in the 5000 block of Rudy Road. RP called the Miami County Dispatch Center to report someone had taken his Rumpke trash can. Deputy made contact with the RP who stated he had placed his trash can out for collection on Thursday, June 6th, and had witnessed the trash truck come to the residence. RP stated the trash can was left, but when he went to retrieve the can later in the evening it was gone. RP contacted Rumpke and they advised to file a police report in order to issue a new trash can. RP was given the case number and advised to give it to Rumpke for a new can.
12:32 p.m. – Traffic stop in the area of S. State Route 202 and E. State Route 571. Deputy observed a vehicle traveling north bound on State Route 202 in Bethel Township. The vehicle approached the intersection of State Route 202 and State Route 571 and failed to stop prior to the stop bar painted on
the roadway. Once the light turned green and the vehicle cleared the intersection and the deputy initiated a traffic stop. Deputy made contact with the driver and informed him as to why he was stopped. The driver stated he was on his way to the courthouse to pay a fine. The driver was unable to provide a driver’s license, but he could provide an identification card. Deputy ran his information through LEADS and the driver was identified as Brian Stockman. LEADS also showed he had not reinstated his license from a prior OVI. Stockman was issued a citation for driving under suspension and given a warning for the stop bar violation. A licensed driver responded to the scene and removed Stockman and the vehicle from the scene.
Wednesday, July 12
12:56 p.m. – Traffic stop for following too closely in the area of S. State Route 201 and Singer Road. At the conclusion of the traffic stop, the driver Jade Lohnes was incarcerated for felony drug possession and other charges.
Thursday, July 13
5:39 p.m. – Disturbance reported in the 9400 block of S. Mann Road. Upon arrival, Deputy spoke with the victim. He returned home from work to discover a female was highly intoxicated. The female stays at home with four children while the victim works. He located a bottle of vodka in the kitchen and dumped it down the sink. The female became irate and began smacking the victim with a fly swatter. He told her to calm down or he was calling 911. She refused to stop so he called. Once she realized he actually
called she left in her vehicle. The victim showed the deputy several superficial marks that were
consistent with the plastic swatter. He claims she has been physical with him for years and now her drinking problem has become out of control. His main concern is that she will hurt the children. An eight-year-old child witnessed the incident and the deputy spoke with him. He stated the male and female were fighting about the female’s drinking. He also confirmed that the female hit the male with a fly swatter. The victim stated he wanted to file charges for domestic violence. After the domestic violence packet was completed a BOLO was sent out with Summer Holmes information as well as the vehicle she left in. The BOLO requested if contact was made, to stop and hold for Miami County Sheriff's Office. The victim was advised to contact the Sheriff's Office when and if she returns.
Summer Holmes is being charged with one count of domestic violence.
Saturday, July 8
8:36 a.m. – Animal complaint in the 7600 block of Whispering Oaks Trail. The complainant advised it was on ongoing problem with the neighbor’s dog barking for hours in the early morning. Contact was made with the dog owner and advised of the Monroe Township ordinance.
11:39 a.m. – Telecommunication harassment in the 200 block of Wisteria Drive. The complainant advised this has been an ongoing issue of unwanted Facebook messages since March 2017.
Sunday, July 9
9:46 a.m. – Welfare check in the 700 block of Wisteria Drive.
Tuesday, July 11
3:47 p.m. – Animal complaint in the 1100 block of Gingham Frederick Road. Deputy was sent several pictures of what appeared to be a very malnourished dog along with multiple other crates with dogs inside. It was reported that this residence was currently for sale and no one is currently living there. A realtor had a showing on the house and discovered the dogs. The individual who came to tour the house took pictures of the dogs’ conditions and forwarded them to the deputy as well as calling in a complaint to the Miami County Animal Shelter. The shelter is opening an investigation and asked the Deputy to follow up with the individual who is the owner of the dogs and current owner of the house. This owner was at first was not willing to work with the animal shelter in showing them the dogs and the living conditions. Deputies spoke with her in person and after explaining to her the possible consequences of not working with the shelter and the possible charges she could be facing, she stated she would do whatever needed to be done to cooperate and get the issue resolved. She agreed to meet the shelter director at her house that evening and this case will be handled by the animal shelter.
Wednesday, July 12
2:11 p.m. – Attempted burglary in the 1300 block of Michaels Road. No further information available at the time of this report.
Thursday, July 13
12:48 p.m. – Traffic stop in the area of Donn Davis Dr and S. County Road 25A. Deputy initiated a traffic stop on a driver that he knew did not possess a valid Ohio driver’s license. At the conclusion of the traffic stop, the driver Robert D. Skelley was arrested and incarcerated for driving under suspension and for being in possession of a drug abuse instrument. A female passenger, Lori A Foster, was also taken into custody per APA, for failing to check in with them upon her recent release from jail.
Friday, July 14
00:22 a.m. – Animal complaint in the 60’s block of Coach Drive. Contact was made with the homeowner regarding his barking dog. He was advised of the township ordinance and made aware that future occurrences could result in a citation.