VANDALIA – The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in a court of law.
An officer responded to an address on Halifax on a welfare check and found a person unresponsive inside a vehicle. Ohio Adult Protective Services is investigating the person’s living conditions.
An unknown vehicle struck a light pole at Universal One Credit Union and knocked the pole over blocking the sidewalk.
A resident on Fitchland Drive reported that a lawn mower was removed from her yard without permission. There are no suspects.
A resident on Clyde Place reported that unknown individuals broke eggs on his vehicle. Suspects from a previous incident were interviewed but denied knowledge of the incident.
Damian Elliston, 21, was arrested on a warrant out of Miami County Municipal Court for probation violation after officers went to an address on Old Springfield Road to investigate a suspicious vehicle. He was also charged with obstructing official business for allegedly giving false identifying information to police. He was transferred to a Miami County Deputy Sheriff.
A truck driver reported that another truck driver hit her truck and caused major damage. The driver fled and was not able to be located.
Earl D. Oliver, 27, was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia within 1,000 feet of a school after being found behind Demmitt Elementary. He was issued a summons and released.
Kelli Neff, 33, was issued a citation for driving under suspension after parking her car on a street and then walking to her residence on another street which prompted calls from residents.
A resident on Buttercup Avenue reported that someone broke his car window and ransacked the interior. There are no suspects.
Jasper Oppy, 32, was arrested for shoplifting after allegedly attempting to steal over $150 in groceries from the Kroger on Northwoods Boulevard. He was released with a summons and trespassed from the store.
Dylan A. Voisinet, 18, was arrested for receiving stolen property after an auto break in on Deer Run Road. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
A vehicle on Royalwood Court had its window broken out and cash from a purse left in the car.
Beau Townsend Ford and Nissan reported that the dealership has found 38 dealer license plates missing. The dealership does not believe the plates are stolen.
A vehicle parked on Thoma Place was entered and change stolen. There are no suspects.
Brianna N. Pearson, 18, was arrested for disorderly conduct/cease and desist after a loud disturbance outside an apartment on Randler Avenue. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
A vehicle on Cyril Court was broken into by smashing the window but nothing was taken. Fingerprints were taken.
A complainant on Stoney Springs Road reported that a mower, trimmer, and blower were missing from an attached garage. The investigation continues.
A complainant on Stoney Springs Road had an auto window broken and a purse stolen.
Troy L. Sawyer, 19, was cited for possession of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia.
An unlocked car on Gateshead Ct. was entered and items stolen. There are no suspects.
John D. Good, 50, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant out of Fairfield Municipal Court for liquor possession. He was transferred to the custody of a Fairfield police officer.
An Ohio State Trooper brought Morgan Stallard, 23, of Tipp City, to the department for an Intoxilyzer test. Stallard tested .138% BAC and was released to her father.
An Ohio State Trooper brought Ralph Sparks, Jr. of Englewood to the department for an Intoxilyzer test. Sparks tested .171% BAC and was in the custody of the Trooper the entire time.
Dustin R. Fields, 28, was arrested at the Greene County Jail on a warrant out of Vandalia Municipal Court for failure to appear on a domestic violence charge. Fields was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
An officer responded to an address on Brown School Road on the report of items stolen from an apartment by an ex-girlfriend who was let into the apartment by the manager. The investigation continues.Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-414-5018 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.