VANDALIA – The following police reports were received by the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in a court of law.
A resident on W. Alkaline Springs Road reported that his car was egged over night. He reported this to be a continuing problem. The investigation continues.
Christopher S. Pierson, 18, was charged with offenses involving alcohol and underage consumption and a 17-year old juvenile female was charged with underage consumption of alcohol after officers were called to a home on Eastview Ave. The juvenile was transported to Children’s Medical Center.
A 17-year old juvenile was charged with curfew violation, underage consumption of alcohol, and possession of drug paraphernalia after he was found passed out at Jim’s Donuts. He was transported to Children’s Medical Center.
A person at the Bark Park on Webster St. was attacked by an unknown dog. The owner of the dog fled the area.
A car was stolen from Gateshead Court and subsequently crashed in Dayton before being abandoned. The investigation continues.
A 17-year old juvenile was charged with theft of gift cards that he gave to his father’s ex-wife. The case was referred to juvenile court.
A resident on W. Van Lake reported that her checkbook was stolen from a table near the back of her residence. The checks were reported stolen to her bank. The investigation continues.
A complainant on Greenhurst Dr. reported unknown persons took items from the attached garage of her residence without permission. The investigation continues.
A complainant reported that her 7-year old daughter is being assaulted and harassed by two known classmates while at school. She took her daughter to Children’s Hospital and notified the school of the ongoing incident. The investigation continues.
Michael Cable, 26, was arrested at the Miami County Jail on a warrant out of Vandalia Municipal Court for probation violation on an original charge of theft. He was taken to the county jail.
A 17-year old juvenile male was charged with being unruly after a complaint by a parent. Upon the arrival of officers, the juvenile remained defiant. The case was referred to juvenile court.
Officers responded to an address on Settlers Trail on the report of a vehicle hitting a mailbox. The vehicle involved did not have plates nor could the driver provide proof of ownership. The vehicle was towed.
Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.