Bethel & Pike Township

Saturday 7/22

11:33 a.m. To Brubaker Dr. for a report of a man with a knife.

1:17 p.m. To Glenapple Dr. for a report of criminal damaging. This is the second call to this address within an hour.

5:37 p.m. To Firwood Dr. for a peace officer call for a child custody exchange.

8:55 p.m. To N. Main St. for a report of a theft.

10:18 p.m. Two deputies saw an individual in the area of Lake Ave. and Edgebrook Dr. The deputies asked the individual about the events from the previous night and he began acting out. He threw his belongings on the ground, stood on the balls of his feet with his hands clenched. One of the deputies drew his taser and the individual then stood down and agreed to go in cuffs. He became verbally combative and was calmed down when given a pinch of his chewing tobacco. He then began to yell at the deputy and pieces of his tobacco struck the deputy in the face. He resisted being placed in the cruiser and was forcefully placed inside. The deputy closed the door and the individual claimed injury, said the deputy was fat and out of breath and claimed he let himself in the cruiser. On the way to the Clark County Jail, the individual made comments about throwing a stick at someone and spitting in his eye. He also said that he wanted to put the deputy in the ground and that the deputy would not be able to move him. Arriving at the jail, he mouthed off to the jail deputies and was advised that if he made one more outburst and refused to obey orders, he would be tased. He was then placed in a cell without further incident.

Sunday 7/23

2:10 a.m. To Lincoln Dr. for a report of an intoxicated male. The man was found and said that he needed a squad because he “can’t deal with things anymore.” He advised that his wife had recently passed away and he called 911 because of the way he was feeling. He was taken by squad to Grandview Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

11:04 a.m. To Sunrise Terrace for a trespassing complaint. A man reported that his son was on his front porch. He was checked by New Carlisle Medics, then fled on foot. He was secured across the street and taken to the Clark County Jail for criminal trespassing and obstructing official business.

4:08 p.m. To Grissom Ave. for a report of threats made. A woman reported that her boyfriend received a text message from a male subject. The boyfriend had posted comments on Facebook about a homeless man. The male subject was so upset about the comment that he texted the boyfriend advising that he was going to come and break his windows out. She asked that the incident be documented.

Monday 7/24

11:05 a.m. Traffic stop on Lincoln St. at Adams St. The vehicle had no tags. The driver said that a 30-day tag was on the vehicle when she left for work this morning. The deputy contacted the owner who said that the tag was wet and bent. He said he believes that the tag fell off. He said he will get permanent tags when he gets off of work. The 30-day tag was entered into the system as lost.

Tuesday 7/25

4:17 p.m. To Edgebrook Ave. for a report of a possible burglary that occurred over the weekend.

11:19 p.m. To Brubaker Dr. for a report of a stolen vehicle.

6:28 p.m. To S. Dayton-Lakeview Dr. for a report of a burglary. A 1960 Tecumseh High School Class Ring, locked boxes with personal papers, coins an antique engagement ring and two televisions were taken.

7:05 p.m. To Rawson Dr. for a report of a fight. Five males and one female were reported to be beating up on a man. While enroute, a man flagged the deputy down and said that a bunch of guys jumped his dad and they left heading to Brubaker Apartments. The father described a green car with a broken out back window and a silver car. He said that five guys pulled up and one made a gun with his finger, pointed it at him and made the gesture that he was going to shoot him. He said he asked what they wanted, and two males jumped out and started hitting him. He identified one of the males by name. He had a scrape on his elbow, a cut on his thumb and a knot on his forehead. New Carlisle Medics were called, but he refused treatment. The RP said she saw six men yelling at the victim. She said the victim tried to defend himself, but all six men piled on him. The deputies then went to Brubaker Apartments and spoke with two of the combatants. They said that someone threw a rock at their car and when they got out, the victim went after them with a wooden club. One had a red mark on his arm. The two were arrested for assault and placed in the Clark County Jail. One had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear.

Wednesday 7/26

6:18 a.m. To Whaley Rd. for a report of an unwanted guest. A woman reported that her son was at the residence and she did not want him there. Deputies arrived to find the son standing in a nearby driveway. The woman said that she has an active protection order against her son. She said he knocked on her door and advised “They let me out.” She said he went to his brother’s residence nearby, and that he was not wanted there as well. The son then began walking toward the deputies, he was cuffed and placed in the back seat of a cruiser. The protection order was confirmed, and the son was arrested for violating the order and transported to the Clark County Jail.

10:12 p.m. To S. Dayton-Lakeview Rd. for a report of a domestic disturbance.

Bethel Township Miami

Saturday 7/22

7:47 a.m. Disturbance reported in the 6200 block of Pisgah Road. Caller advised dispatch that a male that doesn’t live at the residence walked in the front door without permission. Caller stated the male was an ex-husband of the female that lives there. The male and female got into a verbal altercation while inside and then exited the residence still arguing. The female had a small gun in her hand and was following the male. The caller left the scene and called 911, did not provide much information and hung up on the dispatcher. When the deputy arrived at the residence there were no vehicles in the driveway. The front door was open and as he began to approach the house, the female came outside. The female told the deputy her ex-husband of 10 years showed up at the residence uninvited, came into the house and started yelling at her. Female said about one month ago she was talking with her ex and found out he needed a place to store his wrecked car and she offered to store it in her driveway for a short time. Since then the landlord demanded the vehicle be moved from the property and she relayed this information to her ex many times. After one month and the car still had not been moved, the female had it towed off the property. On this morning her ex arrived, walked in and started yelling at her about the car. Female stated she asked numerous times for the male to get out of the house but he continued to verbally abuse her. The male was going through the female’s personal property and grabbed her keys. Stating she was unsure of the male would do next she grabbed a gun and demanded he get out of the house. The male’s verbal tirade continued and the female followed him out of the house. The male started to get into his vehicle, grabbed a cell phone and approached the female again. Female admitted she fired two warning shots into the ground, away from the male and his vehicle. The female then saw the male either throw her keys into the front yard or act like he was throwing them. Male got into a vehicle and left. The female and deputy searched the area and were unable to find the keys. Contact was made with the male who refused to return to the property; he did agree to meet the deputy on station. The male called back a few minutes later to dispatch and said he had a flat tire and would not be responding to the station. Deputy made numerous attempts to call the male back with no answer. A message couldn’t be left due to the voicemail being full. Jerry Heggem is being charged with one F-2 count of burglary for going into the female’s house and stealing her keys, one count of M-1 aggravated trespass for remaining on the land and continuing to menace the female after being told to leave and one count of M-4 for causing an environment that the female felt unsafe. Since Heggem did not respond to the station or answer phone calls, deputy will be requesting a warrant for him on the charges. Deputy would also notify his Montgomery County probation office of this incident.

10:48 a.m. Accident with injury reported in the 300 block of S. State Route 202.

Tuesday 7/25

3:24 a.m. Suspicious priority at Indian Creek Distillery, 7059 Staley Road. Business owner reported confronting a red sedan with a number of occupants on the property. Owner added that two males in a similar red car caused damage to the property the week before. Deputy was in the area and as he approached the intersection of St Route 201 and 571 he observed a red car and initiated a traffic stop. The four occupants (two 18 year olds and two 16 year olds) admitted they went onto the property be insisted they stayed in the vehicle. The group explained they were there because they were told the mill was haunted. The two juvenile’s parents were contacted and one arrived on scene to take them home. The two 18 year olds were allowed to drive from the scene. The business owner only wished the four be warned for trespassing. The two juveniles were also warned for curfew violation.

Wednesday 7/26

9:48 a.m. Theft not in progress reported in the 4900 block of S. State Route 201. Victim reported an item has been taken from her mailbox. She stated there have been incidents in the past where she didn’t receive an item and suspected things were being removed but wasn’t sure until now. A tracking number shows the item was delivered and she spoke with the post office who confirmed the delivery. The post office will be handling the investigation but requested the victim file a report with the MCSO.

5:12 p.m. Missing, possible runaway, juvenile reported at the A and R Reck Motorhome, 4220 US Route 40. Juvenile was last seen on Tuesday, July 25 at 9:30 p.m. Juvenile had contact with the RP on Facebook at 00:30 a.m., July 26 and a friend at 7:00 a.m., also on the 26th, requesting assistance in lying to his father on his whereabouts. The juvenile was entered into LEADS as missing and a BOLO was sent to adjacent counties. An additional request was sent to Clark County requesting a residential check at the juvenile’s girlfriend’s house.

Thursday 7/27

2:28 p.m. Trespassing complaint in the 9200 block of Bellefontaine Road. Upon deputy’s arrival, the suspect had left the residence. The homeowners were able to identify the male and contact was attempted at multiple residences in Clark County. The male will be charged with trespassing and a warrant will be issued for his arrest.

7:19 p.m. Theft of a license plate reported in the 9200 block of Bellefontaine Road.

Friday 7/28

00:19 a.m. Theft not in progress reported at Concrete Sealants, 9325 S. State Route 201. Victim reported items were stolen from his personal locker while at work.