Police reports


Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

June 22

KEEP THE PEACE: Mr. Miller, Bradford Schools superintendent, requested a deputy stand by while he placed their Information Technology specialist on administrative suspension pending an internal inquiry on June 22 at approximately 12:20 p.m. Mr. Miller advised the employee is suspected of gaining unauthorized access to login accounts and work documents created by board members and other school employees.

Mr. Miller and the school board contracted VARtek Services Inc. to gain access and conduct the internal investigation to their IT department.

The employee was escorted off school property by Mr. Miller.

June 27

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: A deputy responded to the Pleasant Hill park behind the high school in reference to a criminal damaging. The deputy observed someone had broken the mirror in the men’s restroom and removed two split rail fence pieces. It is believed this occurred sometime over night. The village will be taking care of cleaning up the broken glass and just wished to have this incident documented. The village requested extra patrols in the area. No other damage was reported.

THEFT: A resident in the 5200 block Rangeline Road, Union Twp., reported a theft that occurred between May 1 and June 13.

MENACING: A resident reported a menacing complaint at the softball fields at Bradford Schools.

June 28

SUSPICIOUS: A resident in the 5700 block of South Shiloh Road, Laura, reported hearing voices down a long lane and then found her mailbox had been knocked off its post.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A resident in the 200 block of James Street, Bradford, reported someone put toilet paper in her tree and sticky notes on her vehicle. They also wrote on the sidewalk with chalk with negative statements about her kids. There was no damage to property and she had cleaned up everything before the deputy got there. She requested the incident be documented and extra checks in the area.

• SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: A deputy observed three subjects at the Gray’s Tree Service lot on Eldean Road at Piqua-Troy Road acting suspicious. Two subjects took off running and officers apprehended one of them, the other was charged with multiple offenses. Both subjects that took off running also had several active warrants out for their arrest.

ACCIDENT: An accident with injuries was reported at Stillwell and Myers Road, Concord Twp., at 12:40 a.m. One subject was transported to UVMC for injuries.

June 29

ANIMAL COMPLAINT: An animal complaint was filed in regards to a barking dog in the 9000 block of Country Club Road, Springcreek Twp. The owner was advised of the township’s ordinance.

WELFARE CHECK: A deputy assisted an elderly woman who was unable to remember where she parked at the county courthouse.

TRESPASSING: While patrolling the above property in the 6900 block of Horseshoe Bend Road, Union Twp., a deputy noticed the listed vehicle parked near the creek. The deputy located the driver who stated she was just letting her young son play in the creek. The deputy asked if she was a member of the club or had permission to be there. She stated she is not a member, and she did not know it was private property. The deputy directed her attention to a nearby sign indicating the property is private, and there is to be no trespassing. The woman was very apologetic and said she and her son will leave immediately. The deputy warned her for trespassing and followed her vehicle back out to the road.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE: A resident in the 200 block of James Street, Bradford, reported that an unknown subject wrote on their driveway with chalk again. They also threw eggs at the garage at the rear of the residence. She advised she believes this occurred last night around 11:30 p.m. She advised her dog was barking then and she heard a noise. A deputy noted that she just took a report yesterday in reference to the same thing. The resident believes it is kids in the neighborhood and is requesting extra checks at night.

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