Greenville police blotter

by | Oct 8, 2021 | Court Reports, Darke County News, Greenville, Local News

ACCIDENT

Sept. 23, 4:46 p.m.:  Officers were dispatched to Super Wash, at 665 Wagner Avenue, in reference a private property traffic crash. Through investigation, police found that Sierra Carey was operating a Chevrolet Suburban south bound in the parking lot, and that Austin Obringer was operating the listed Nissan Versa east bound. Police found that Carey struck Obringer in the driver’s side and Austin then ran into the Bill/Token Validator. The Bill/Validator is owned by Super Wash and had obvious damage.

Oct. 6, 2:34 p.m.: Officers were dispatched to Wagner Ave in reference to an injury accident. Upon arrival police observed an upside down vehicle with a telephone pole leaning into the roadway. James Hamilton and Jackie Hamilton were found in the vehicle and were assisted out of it. James was transported to Wayne ER for his injuries and Jackie was transported to Miami Valley.

WARRANT

Oct. 6, 8:50 a.m.: Police were dispatched to 1600 block of Martindale Road in reference to a wanted person. At the residence, officers made contact with Micheal Crawford, who was known to have an active warrant out of the Darke County Sheriff’s Office for probation violation. Officers arrested Crawford and transported him to the Darke County Jail.

Oct. 6,  9:56 p.m.: Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of Oxford Drive in to two wanted subjects. Both subjects were located and were taken into custody. Once inside, police located Buddy Clark and Chelsea Waldon inside one of the bedrooms. Waldon was found to have an active warrant through the Darke County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear for trial, and Clark was found to have an active warrant through the Darke County Sheriff’s Office for probation violation. Both were detained were arrested and transported to the Darke County Jail.

FORGERY

Oct. 6, 9:08 a.m.: Police were dispatched to Greenville Federal Bank in reference to a forgery complaint. Police made contact with employee Corey Eagle who told them that the bank had several counterfeit bills turned in over the last few months. The bills were transported to the Greenville Police Department and placed into property. It’s unknown who passed the counterfeit bills.

 

 

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