WILMINGTON — The following information comes from incident reports provided by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. All those arrested are presumed innocent until possibly proven guilty in court.
The sheriff’s office recently received the following reports:
• Around 1:38 a.m. Oct. 19 a deputy stopped a vehicle for a marked lane violation in Blanchester. During the stop, an assisting deputy observed a female passenger attempting to hide what appeared to be narcotics, according to the report. Consent was given to search the vehicle, and during the search police report drug paraphernalia and narcotics were located in the vehicle.
• At 6:05 p.m. on Oct. 16 a deputy responded to State Route 4880 on a report of a male subject with a gun. According to the report, a 30-year-old male victim from Dayton said that he had $170 stolen from him by a male suspect. The case is currently under investigation.
• At 8:21 a.m. on Oct. 16, deputies were dispatched to a Sabina residence in reference to a male subject operating a vehicle that was stuck in the yard. According to the report, the caller stated that the male driver appeared to be drunk and almost struck other vehicles.
Upon arrival, the subject was located in the driver seat of the vehicle; it appeared that he ran off the roadway into the yard. He was removed from the vehicle and submitted to SFST and passed. According to the report, no indication of drugs or alcohol were observed. A K-9 unit was requested, it then searched for possible narcotics. The driver was cited for failure to control and a substance was sent to the crime lab for testing.
• A deputy was called to a residence in Midland at 5:15 p.m. on Oct. 14 in regards to a theft that took place on a property on State Route 68. According to the report, a Stealth Camera 7MP PX18 combo valued at $65 was stolen. Upon arrival at the scene, the deputy was advised by a 25-year-old male from Midland that he had set up a trail camera behind the State Route 68 address.
• At 2:36 p.m. on Oct. 11, a deputy responded to a business on Curry Road in Wilmington in reference to checks possibly being stolen out of their mailbox.
• A Sheriff’s deputy responded to a Wilmington residence in reference to a theft at 5:21 p.m. Oct. 10. The 23-year-old male victim told authorities that his wallet was stolen by a male suspect. According to the report, the wallet contained a debit card, $30 and two ID cards.
• At 5:07 p.m. Oct. 9 a deputy was dispatched to Blanchester in reference to a theft. Officials made contact with an 82-year-old male who informed authorities that an Appalachian gooseneck trailer was stolen from his property in the last 30 days. The case is currently under investigation.
• At 5:11 a.m. Oct. 9 a deputy was dispatched to a home on State Route 350 in Clarksville in reference to a domestic dispute. The responding officer was advised prior to his arrival that the alleged suspect was armed, intoxicated and threatening to get a gun. The victims were able to leave the scene and meet with the officer at a safe location. According to the report, the deputy observed multiple injured subjects.
A female subject advised that her live-in boyfriend for the past seven months began a physical altercation with her. The deputy was advised that after she was shoved to the ground and suffered minor elbow injuries, her 15-year-old son attempted to stop the altercation and was struck on the nose by the suspect. The subject’s 18-year-old daughter, who is seven months pregnant, attempted to stop the altercation as well and was shoved to the ground and injured. Authorities were not able to locate the suspect. Charges were filed against the suspect for assault and domestic violence.
• A deputy was dispatched to a business on State Route 730 in Wilmington at 11:56 a.m. Oct. 9 in reference to a theft of a piece of equipment. According to the report, a 2004 white and orange Bobcat T180 rubber track mac, valued at $25,000, was stolen from the property.
• At 11:08 a.m. Oct. 5 a deputy was called to a Wilmington residence in regards to a misuse of credit cards complaint. The victim, a 79-year-old Wilmington male, advised the deputy that someone stole his ATM card and took more than $700 from his account.
Sheriff’s deputies recently arrested or charged the following people:
• Victoria Burton, 31, of Dayton was arrested and charged with two counts of assault at 12:55 a.m. on Oct. 15. She was arrested after a deputy was dispatched to West Dalton Road in Wilmington where multiple witnesses advised him that the suspect fled as a passenger in a vehicle. The deputy located the vehicle immediately and conducted a traffic stop where he made contact with Burton who, according to the report, was heavily intoxicated. The alleged victims arrived on the scene and identified her as the person who allegedly assaulted them for no apparent reason. Burton was taken to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Officer, where she reportedly continued to act disorderly.
• Megan Harner, 32, of Cuba was arrested and charged with criminal damaging or endangering at 7:11 a.m. on Oct. 13. Harner was arrested after a deputy was advised by a 22-year-old female from Hillsboro that during an argument with the suspect, Harner picked up a concrete yard ornament weighing approximately 30 pounds and threw it at her windshield, resulting in damage to both windshield and the hood of the car.
• Taylor Frye, 21, of Jamestown was arrested in regards to an alleged endangering children offense and aggravated menacing offense. Frye was arrested after a deputy was dispatched to a vehicle accident at 2:21 a.m. on Oct. 13 in the area of Meadow Drive in Wilmington. The deputy spoke to subjects who advised the deputy that Frye was in a vehicle and chasing another subject who also in the vehicle. Two small children were located in the suspect’s vehicle, police said.
• Jeffrey Conley, 53, of Miamisburg was arrested in regards to allegedly violating protection order offense. Conley was arrested after a 50-year-old female advised the Sheriff’s Office that Conley, her spouse, came to her residence and removed several items, violating a protection order.
Reach John Hamilton at 937-382-2574