Sheriff Reports

Bethel & Pike Township

Saturday 7/29

3:58 p.m. To the 5500 block of W. National Rd. for a report of a domestic disturbance.

Sunday 7/30

1:38 a.m. To McAdams Dr. for a report of a fight. The business owner reported that the man and woman causing issues had already left, however the female victims were still inside. One of them said that the man was hitting on her friend and that she was uncomfortable with it, so she tried to get her friend away from him. She said the man became upset with her and began yelling at her. She said she told him to get away from them, and he hit her in the forehead, causing a large laceration. Bethel Medics were called and transported her to Soin Medical Center. Another victim said that she was hit by the man when other customers tried to gain control of the situation. She believed she was struck accidentally. The third victim said that the woman pushed her to the ground, jumped on her and began hitting her in the face. She refused medical treatment. The owner provided surveillance video that supported the victims’ stories. The woman was charged with assault and ordered into court. She plead innocent.

7:13 p.m. To S. Main St. for a report of a shoplifter. Store employees reported that a woman came in around 2:30 p.m. and left around 6:40 p.m. without paying for items. One employee recognized the woman as a former co-worker. They reported that the woman took two bookbags, shampoo, conditioner, detangler, pop and other miscellaneous items. She was wearing an Ohio State shirt, blue jeans with rips in them and was accompanied by a juvenile Hispanic female. A deputy saw the woman at an address on Orth Dr. wearing the clothing described by store employees. The woman said that she just came from the store and admitted that she took the items. Her boyfriend said she took them in order to feed her kids. She was charged with theft and ordered into court.

Tuesday 8/1

6:14 p.m. To Frayne Dr. for a report of a domestic disturbance.

Wednesday 8/2

12:30 p.m. To Hemlock Way to try to locate a wanted individual. The woman who answered the door said that he was not home. The homeowner gave permission for deputies to enter, and the suspect was located, taken into custody and taken to the Clark County Jail to await his court date on two counts of receiving stolen property.

4:59 p.m. To Raynor Park for a report of vandalism. There was extensive damage to the football field.

Thursday 8/3

11:09 a.m. To Rachel Ct. for a welfare check.

7:17 p.m. To Styer Dr. for a welfare check.

Bethel Township

Friday 7/28

9:40 p.m. Accident with injury reported in the area of Scarff and S. Dayton Brandt Roads.

Saturday 7/29

00:15 a.m. Assist squad at A and R Reck MHP, 4220 US Route 40. Squad was dispatched on the report of a 24 year old male possibly suffering a diabetic emergency. The female caller reported at some point the male had turned blue. Squad arrived and reported that it wasn’t a diabetic emergency with the implication it was a drug overdose. The male was transported to Huber Health Center for evaluation.

Sunday 7/30

4:05 p.m. Civil dispute in the 8800 block of Bellefontaine Road. Roofing contractors showed up at the jobsite to finish the job and the residents asked them to leave. Residents told them they did not want them to finish the job and would not be paying the final payment. Contractors told deputy they were scheduled to finish that day and receive the final payment. Contractors were given permission to look around the outside of the house for tools and equipment. Deputy informed them they were not to return to the residence or have any further contact with the owners. They said they understood and left without any issues.

8:30 p.m. Theft not in progress reported in the 6600 block of E. State Route 571. A known person(s) had used the victim’s Global Pay Card without permission. Victim had up to $4,000 missing from the account dated back to April 2017. At this time, there are no suspects and this case is pending.

Monday 7/31

1:59 p.m. Assault reported in the 5800 block of Walnut Street. Deputy responded to residence to assist squad. At the scene, deputy spoke to the victim of an assault that occurred at this residence. At the conclusion of this complaint Emily Ollinger was charged with assault. Ollinger left the residence before the deputy’s arrival and a warrant will be issued for her arrest.

Tuesday 8/1

2:27 p.m. A check for non-sufficient funds reported in the 6400 block of Agenbroad Rd. After the investigation and speaking with the prosecutor, charges will be filed for passing a bad check.

7:47 p.m. Traffic stop in the area of US Route 40 and S. State Route 202

8:08 p.m. Traffic stop in the area of E. Haskett Lane and Singer Road

11:16 p.m. Unruly juvenile reported in the 6900 block of Palmer Road.

Thursday 8/3

9:57 a.m. Warrant arrest in the 6800 block of US Route 40. Stephen Daughtery was found in a tent behind the residenceand was arrested for having two warrants out of Montgomery County. He was transported to the 202 Drive-Thru and custody was transferred to the Huber Heights Police.

12:59 p.m. Criminal damage reported in the 5700 block of Studebaker Road. RP reported a headstone was knocked over and damaged.

Friday 8/4

00:32 a.m. Traffic stop in the area of E. State Route 571 and S. State Route 201. After investigation the driver, Danal Watson, was arrested for OVI, Speed and Open Container in a Motor Vehicle.

9:02 a.m. Accident with injury reported in the 7700 block of US Route 40. Deputy responded on the report of a vehicle in a field. The driver had a medical emergency and blacked out behind the wheel. The driver managed to pull into the driveway prior to this happening, however was unable to put the vehicle into park. The vehicle then proceeded into a field owned by Bowman and Landes. The driver did not suffer any injuries but was transported for the medical emergency. There was no damage to the vehicle and it was removed from the scene by the driver’s wife. Bowman and Landes did not wish to seek a report in regards to the damage of the field.

9:20 a.m. Reckless operation reported in the area of Rudy Road and E. State Route 571. RP explained he had been run off into a ditch twice by a tanker truck. This has occurred on Rudy Road north of State Route 571 in the “S” curves. RP did not have a license plate for the tanker truck but knew a neighbor owned several of them. Deputy made contact with this male and explained the complaint. The male stated he owns three tanker trucks and has three different drivers. He stated he has told his drivers several times to slow down in the “S” curves and he is tired of telling them. The male assured the deputy the issue would dealt with. Deputy called the RP and informed him of the conversation. RP thanked the deputy for his time.

6:12 p.m. Welfare check in the 6900 block of Palmer Road. Mom called and reported her daughter had posted suicidal messages on Facebook. There were no direct threats of wanting to kill herself, only harming. Contact was made with the daughter who appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. She stated she didn’t want to hurt or kill herself, she was just angry with her mom. Deputy didn’t feel there was enough evidence to pink slip the female for a mental evaluation. Deputy contacted mom and shared his findings.

7:41 p.m. Suspicious person at Brandt Evangeline Lutheran Church, 6870 US Route 40. While on routine patrol, deputy came upon a vehicle parked in the street. A probable cause search was conducted and the occupant was found to be in possession of marijuana. Mr. Lewis-Pittman was issued a summons for possession of marijuana.

Saturday 8/5

00:33 a.m. Accident with no injury in the 9300 block of S. State Route 201

2:20 a.m. Criminal mischief reported in the 4100 block of Ross Road. No further information available at the time of this report.

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