|Roll Call - February 22, 2012|
|Written by Sgt. Joe Mauro|
|Sunday, 25 March 2012 11:34|
Good day officers, settle down and pay attention now. This week Chief Davidson made a conditional offer of employment to the next officer on the eligibility list. His Psychological and Physical are scheduled for the end of the month, so we should have another officer on soon. I will let you know who the new officer is when he starts officially.
All right, let’s get on with Roll Call. On Saturday 11 February 2012 at 1259 hours Paul and David Lee of Lee’s Garage, 1361 West Main Street reported a theft in progress.
The father and son witnessed a man and woman stealing used tires from the rear of Lee’s Garage. Upon approaching the suspects, the female threw a tire to the ground, jumped into her car and tried to leave. The Lee’s were able to block the vehicle from leaving and called the police.
Officer Bruce Mancz and Sgt. Eric Burris responded and arrested Sarah M. Wagner age 31 and David D. Freshour age 48 both of 225 S. Torrence3 St., Dayton, Ohio. Wagner told Officer Mancz she had received permission from the owner of the business to take the tires. She was not aware Paul Lee is the owner.
Both suspects were processed for the theft of 4 tires, processed at TCPD Jail and released after receiving a Summons to Appear. The tires were returned to the Lees.
Remember the dancer’s in aisle 8 at Tipp City Foodtown last week. On 11 February at 1357 hours the management of the Tipp City Holiday Inn called and requested they be removed from the premises. The management asked the couple three times to move out, and after given 5 minutes by Sgt. Burris, they did leave with the warning not to return or be arrested for trespassing.
Remember the case out at Tippecanoe High School when Kaleb Jenkins, age 18 had been charged with giving prescription drugs to another student. Charges were filed on Jenkins who being on Probation, did not want to be arrested. On 11 Feb at 1922 hours Jenkins turned himself in after the United States Marshall’s Office made a visit to his family at 7255 Bard Rd., Tipp City.
Jenkins was arrested, processed in our jail and taken to the Miami County Jail. Officer Darren Soutar made the arrest.
At 1612 hours on the 11th of February Officer Darren Soutar was dispatched to 316 West Walnut St. on the report of an adult female doing cocaine.
Upon arrival Soutar contacted the mother of Lauren M. Marvin, age 48 formerly living on Peters Rd. but now living at the 316 W. Walnut address. Marvin and her husband Phillip were remodeling the home and the RP was helping. The mother claimed her daughter was acting strangely and the last time she acted this way was when she was doing cocaine.
The cocaine was found in a white piece of paper folded into an envelope in Lauren’s purse. Knowing Lauren had a drug problem, 9-1-1 was called.
Officer Soutar located Lauren Marvin standing in a closet, picking at the wall. Refusing or being unable to speak with Officer Soutar, Marvin picked up a pair of glasses, placed them on a notebook and began spinning them.
Soutar checked the cocaine with a field test kit and it tested positive. Lauren Marvin was placed under arrest for felony 5 possession of drugs. Marvin tried to put a pair of jeans on, over top the jeans she was wearing. Applying the cuffs, Lauren tried to wrestle away. Officer Soutar and I had to carry Marvin out and place her in the cruiser. She asked if we were real police officers and wanted to know why there was water on the floor of the cruiser, which there wasn’t. I instructed the officer to take her directly to the Miami County Jail, and ask them to fingerprint her after she comes down from the high.
On Sunday 12 February 2012 at 0952 hours Officer Marc Basye was dispatched to Menards on North Weller Dr. on a driver operating in a reckless manner. Upon arrival Basye made contact with the RP who said the driver of a car now parked at Menards was slowing down and speeding up on 571 all the way from West Milton to Peters Rd. When the RP tried to pass, the driver would speed up then slow down when the RP slowed.
Basye made contact with the owner of the vehicle, a West Milton resident working at Menards. The reckless driver admitted to “Messing with the guy.” Although messing was not the word used, if you get my meaning. The RP was advised since it was out of our City, he would have to contact the Sheriff’s Office for charges.
At 0721 hours on 13 February Officer Marc Basye was dispatched to the 900 block of Rosewood Creek Dr. on a 15 year old male that was refusing to go to school. Officer Basye told the youth that he just cleared probation, but Basye was willing to file another unruly charge on him and start the whole Probation process over again. The child went to school.
At 1531 hours on the 13th, TCEMS responded to Dave Arbogast Buick/GMC on a male not breathing. I was dispatched and upon my arrival found the squad in the middle of a “Full Arrest”. This includes CPR, pushing heart drugs, hooking up IV’s, hooking up the Heart Monitor and giving electric shocks to the heart.
The man was eventually transported to UVMC, stabilized and then CareFlighted to Good Samaritan Hospital. TCEMS and I were assisted by Deputy Eric Harnish who heard me put out a Full Arrest Code on the radio and stopped in. On Saturday 18 Feb I learned that the man stopped in at Arbogast and is doing fine.
At 1830 hours a resident of Banyon Tree Way reported her son’s Android Reader had been stolen from his locker at Tippecanoe Junior High School today. Principal Greg Southers was informed of the incident.
At 2212 hours Officers Jeffrey Perilman and Tony Smith responded to the report of a woman under the influence of alcohol, threatening suicide and being off her schizophrenia medications. The woman was located on Broadway near Hathaway and agreed to go to UVMC for Crisis Evaluation.
A new resident to Tipp City from Indiana contacted Officer Corey Rismiller on 14 February 2012. The victim advised she applied for a job on Craigslist on the internet. She was to do computer repair from her home computer. She was given a check for $4,900. The check was to be deposited into her checking account, she should keep $630 for expenses and send a money order for the difference to a different account.
It turned out the check was not valid and had the victim sent any money, she would be out that money.
A Devonshire resident also found a job online and was sent two checks to deposit and then forward money orders. These checks were found to be fraudulent.
On 14 February at 2354 hours Officer Adam Grubb and Tony Smith were sent to 591 Larch St. Apt. A on a verbal domestic between a mother and her 17 year old daughter. They were warned about Disorderly Conduct.
While at the address, the officers found the 17 year olds boyfriend had two active warrants for his arrest. 25 year old Joshua J. Paulus of 529 Stonyridge Ave., Troy, Ohio was found to have a Miami County warrant for assault. He was arrested by Officer Smith and incarcerated in the Miami County Jail. The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office was advised of the arrest and that they could claim Paulus when Miami County is done with him.
Well the juvenile who did not want to go to school but did in fear of being charged and ending up on probation or a resident of West Central Juvenile Detention Facility has been charged again. On 15 February 2012 at 0901 hours Officer Corey Rismiller responded to the Tippecanoe High School on the report that the juvenile was bragging about doing “Spice.”
In the presence of Principal Chuck Wray, a member of the Wrestling Hall of Fame and Assistant Principal Brian Honeycutt, the juvenile admitted to having used the synthetic drug “Dead Man Walking.” The boy was charged and released to his mother on Rosewood Creek Dr.
On 15 February at 1459 hours Officer Darren Soutar spoke with a mother and her 13 year old daughter who left without permission after arguing with her mother. No violence occurred and no charges were filed. At 1752 hours Officer Soutar responded back to the apartment on the child threatening to harm herself. She did admit to having tried to strangle herself about a month prior. The child was taken to UVMC for evaluation.
At 1550 hours on the 15th Officer Jeffrey Perilman observed a car on Donn Davis Way bearing a license plate indicating it was a maroon Buick. However the vehicle was a white Mercury Cougar.
Perilman stopped the vehicle and learned the plates were from the female driver’s old car and she had not transferred these plates yet. The back seat passenger, Tyler Frame age 28 of Wapakoneta, Ohio was observed trying to hide a hypodermic syringe.
Requesting the assistance of Officer Darren Soutar, the subjects were removed and the syringe recovered. The female driver admitted she and her husband had used heroin three days earlier and the group just went to Dayton for more Heroin, which they used already.
Frame was booked into the Tipp City Jail, processed and then incarcerated in the Miami County Jail. The charge is possession of drug paraphernalia.
On 15 February at 2036 hours Officer Darren Soutar observed a vehicle getting on IR 75 NB with no tail lights. He stopped the vehicle and found the driver, Ernest L. Maze 52 yoa of Fairborn, Ohio to be under 11 open suspensions on his license. He and the passenger were also found to be in possession of an open container of Budweiser Beer.
Maze was charged with DUS and open container of alcohol. His passenger, Amanda M. Bucholtz age 29 of Fairborn was charged with possession of an open container of alcohol. Maze was able to pass the FST and was not arrested for OVI.
At 2012 hours on the 15th, a resident in the 500 block of Larch St. reported the theft of money from her purse inside her apartment. Officer Jeffrey Perilman responded and began an investigation.
The victim had just sold a car to a Sidney man over Craig’s List. The man gave her $1,000 in cash. She then went to a neighbor’s to visit for about an hour and when she returned, the money was missing. The case is under investigation.
At 2300 hours Officer Tony Smith found the victim walking northbound on IR 75. She explained she was walking to Sidney to get her car back. She was told she legally sold the car and the man in Sidney now owns is and she would be stealing someone else’s property if she took it.
On 17 February 2012 at 0050 hours Officers Adam Grubb and Vaughn Atkinson were dispatched to the 500 block of West Main St. on a Domestic Disturbance. Upon arrival it was found the resident is allowing her daughter and daughter’s boyfriend and their baby to live in her home.
When the daughter and boyfriend began to argue and he was calling her names, the mother began calling the boy names. Officer Grubb said when the boy complained it was a joke that the police were called over name calling, he was reminded that he was living in the woman’s home and he would have to honor her rules and wishes if he chose to remain.
The daughter and her boyfriend then left and went to the girl’s father’s home to stay. No physical violence, no charges.
At 0108 hours on the 17th, Sgt. Greg Adkins stopped a red Acura for speed on South County Road 25A at Commerce Park Dr. The driver, Isaac Pack age 37 of 690 Larch Apt. D, smelled of alcohol and had red, watery and bloodshot eyes. Pack denied having been drinking but failed the FST. He was placed under arrest for OVI and taken to TCPD for processing. The Intoxilyzer Breath Test was .090% BAC.
Sgt. Adkins immediately suspended Pack’s driving privileges for the Ohio BMV. He was charged with OVI/In excess and a failure to signal when turning citation. After printing and photographs, Pack was released to a sober driver.
With that, we now close this session of Roll Call. Everything written in the Roll Call was taken from the actual police report or my eyewitness account.
Everybody remember you are being asked to handle situations other people cannot or do not want to handle and you need to do it in a professional manner. Please remain vigilant and ready for whatever presents itself, dismissed.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 25 March 2012 11:49|