Tipp City Police reports


Police log


-11:36 p.m.: suspicious vehicle. Police found a black Porsche SUV parked in the grass at Kyle Park near the baseball fields. The vehicle had front end bumper damage and seemed out of place. The vehicle had a dealer plate that came back registered to a dealership in Dayton. Neither the plate or vehicle came back stolen.

-9:01 p.m.: crash. Police responded to a hit skip crash in the unit block of South Tippecanoe Drive. Officers are attempting to get the suspect’s information, suspect vehicle was a camper.

-2:44 p.m.: theft. Police received a report of a trailer stolen from a parking lot sometime over a month ago from the 600 block of North Third Street.

-10:24 a.m.: non-criminal damage. Police received a complaint from the 50 block of North Hyatt Street regarding rocks that struck vehicles on April 8 and 11 from unknown juveniles in the area.


-5:21 p.m.: theft. Police received a report of a prior theft of cigarettes from a customer at a business in the 3000 block of South County Road 25A.

-10:57 a.m.: child abuse. Police received a report, from the 500 block of West Dow Street, of potential child abuse from the reporting party who was informed by a friend about the possible abuse.


-6:45 p.m.: criminal damage. Police received a report of a vehicle egged.

-5:21 p.m.: fraud. Police received a report of residents in the 1000 block of Chestnut Drive who were scammed out of $2,500 by individuals representing themselves as Amazon employees requesting payment in the form of gift cards.

-2:48 p.m.: trespassing complaint. Police responded to a trespassing complaint in the 600 block of Thornburg Place. The resident believes people are trespassing on her property and using her external electrical outlets. She believes it may be workers from a nearby business and stated she will install a camera and be on the lookout for the next two nights and will call the police if she sees anyone trespassing on her property.


-11:23 p.m.: unruly juvenile. Police received a report of an unruly juvenile toilet papering the reporting party’s house

in the 700 block of Beechwood Drive. The reporting party just wanted to advise the police. The juveniles stated they were toilet papering other houses as well.

– 10:55 p.m.: criminal damage. Police responded to a report of a group of juveniles toilet papering, egging and soaping the victim’s house and car in the unit block Bellaire Drive.

-9:09 p.m.: domestic. Police responded to the 800 block of Comanche Lane when a male subject barricaded himself in the residence after committing domestic violence. The male was eventually arrested and taken to Miami County Jail. Other offenses include child abuse or neglect and drug possession.

-11:55 a.m.: animal complaint. Police responded to the 100 block of East Walnut Street on a report of a male beating a dog. Officers obtained witness statements and issued one charge of animal cruelty.


-9:20 p.m.: drug offense. Officers located drugs during a traffic stop between mile markers 65 and 66 on southbound Interstate 75. The charges are pending lab results.

-8:37 a.m.: suspicious person. Police trespassed Timothy Nuckles from Monroe Federal Bank at 985 W. Main St.

-5:24 a.m.: menacing. Police received a report of a male subject driving by the victim’s home in the 500 block of North Hyatt Street honking his horn. It is part of on-going harassment over a civil issue.


-9:57 p.m.: suspicious priority. Police received a report of juveniles ding dong ditching in the 700 block of Aspen Drive. Juveniles were located and released with their parents’ permission.

-8:03 p.m.: disturbance. Police received a report of a verbal argument in the 600 block of Bellaire Drive. One party was willing to leave for the night to deescalate the situation.


No one was cited following a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, April 4, at 12:17 a.m. in the 200 block of Elas Court.

Evan Thomas Weikert, 19, of Troy, was backing out of a driveway in the 200 block of Elas Court when he struck a vehicle owned by Robert S. Elicker, of Tipp City, that was legally parked on the road.

Compiled by Amantha Garpiel

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