Police reports

Information provided by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Oct. 7

SCHOOL ISSUES: The Miami County Sheriff’s Office SRO was contacted by Assistant Principal Mrs. Wenig reference two students who admitted to smoking marijuana before school. Another report was made by the assistant principal about a teacher who claimed a student tried to hit her.

CAR STOLEN: A deputy responded to the 7500 block of North Church Street, in Brown Township, after the reporting party called 911 to report the listed vehicle had been stolen from his residence.

WARRANT: While south on Grant Street in the area of Drury Lane, a deputy noticed the listed vehicle heading north and slowly veering over into the lane. The deputy had to pull over to avoid collision and turned around and initiated a stop on the vehicle at Grant and Race.

The driver, Dean A. Henry, immediately exited the vehicle and apologized. The deputy had him get back in the vehicle while he conducted the stop.

Dean gave a false name, date of birth and social security number. Dean was arrested for an out of county warrant, obstructing and failure to reinstate his license. Dean was taken to the Miami County Jail and turned over to C.O Davey.

Oct. 8

OVI ACCIDENT: A deputy responded to the 6600 block of North Lostcreek Shelby Road, Fletcher, on the report of an accident with possible injuries. It was reported that a truck ran through a guard rail on a bridge and flipped on its top in a ravine. Fletcher Fire arrived and located a male, Anthony Parington, 37, of Huntsville, inside the truck. He was extricated from the vehicle. While being transported to the hospital, the male became combative with EMS members. He was then taken into custody by Dep. Brazel and transported to the hospital in the cruiser. Parington was charged with OVI, fail to control, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He was incarcerated in the Miami County Jail on these charges.

Oct. 9

WARRANT: A deputy was on a special detail and the Bradford Pumpkin Show where there was a disorderly subject at the Hershey Bar. Matthew Baker was arrested for disorderly conduct and had an active warrant out of Miami County.

On the date listed ,while patrolling the Bradford Pumpkin show in the alley behind Hershey’s Bar, we came upon a male consuming alcoholic beverages while in the alley way. Subsequently, the male was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Oct. 10

BURGLARY: A deputy was following up on a previously reported burglary at the 7200 block of State Route 202, Tipp City. The victim advised the residence was entered again and more items were stolen.

HEROIN RECKLESS OPERATION: A deputy was dispatched to assist West Milton with a reckless operation. Officer Grove= from West Milton was in pursuit of a vehicle that had run multiple stop signs and crossed into the oncoming lane of travel. The vehicle finally came to a stop on Spring Street in West Milton. Officer Grove had two males handcuffed on the ground with a third

in the vehicle. The deputy assisted Officer Grove with the remainder of the stop and transported John Loose to Upper Valley Medical Center per his request. During the transport, he admitted to the deputy that he had taken more than his normal amount of heroin. Several capsules were located in the seat that he was sitting in once he was removed from the vehicle. Once at Upper Valley Medical Center, West Milton Officer Ingle took over watching John.