Greenville Police Blotter


July 14, 6:05 pm. P.O. Ben Conley responded to Anderson Ave. in reference to a vandalism complaint. Conley made contact with Teresa Wilson, who advised that she came outside and noticed that the back windshield on her Yellow Chevy was busted out. Wilson stated that the last time she saw the vehicle without the damage was on 7/12/23, she does not know exactly when it happened, and nothing was missing from the vehicle. There are no leads or suspects in this case.

July 15, 7:08 pm. P.O. James Santo was dispatched to Greenville Police Department in reference to an aggravated menacing incident. Santo made contact with Kaleb Hittle, who stated that while he was shopping at O’Reilly Auto parts, his ex-girlfriend Chelsea Randal exited her vehicle and began to yell at him and his friend Logan Hofacker while pointing a pink handgun at them. At 7:50 pm, Santo made contact with Randal, who admitted to pointing the handgun at Hittle. Randal was issued a citation for aggravated menacing, notified of her court date, and the pink handgun was placed in the GPD property room for safekeeping.

July 15, 9:43 pm. P.O. Kreitzer observed a 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo on East Main Street. P.O. Spradley identified the driver of the vehicle as Scott Wilt, whose driving privileges are under a license forfeiture suspension.  While speaking with Wilt, Kreitzer, noticed a odor of Marijuana and conducted a search of the vehicle where five plastic bags containing green leafy substances, a metal grinder, a vape pen containing THC oil, and a glass jar containing a green leafy substance inside was found. The license plate on the vehicle was also discovered to be registered to a 1999 Chevrolet SUV.  Wilt was given a citation for Fictitious License plates and Driving under Suspension and given his court date.

July 16, 8:21 pm. P.O. Ben Conley initiated a traffic stop on a blue Ford truck that failed to signal a turn. It was discovered that passenger Fred Mccoy had an active warrant through the Preble County Sheriffs’ Office on a weapons charge with no bond. Mccoy was arrested and transported to the Dollar General in West Manchester, where he was released to the Preble County Deputy Halcomb.

July 17, 11:22 am. P.O. Matthew Ganiron was dispatched to Harrison Ave in reference to Criminal Damaging to a vehicle. Christopher Rhoades stated that his red 2011 GMC Sierra showed empty of fuel. He remembered from the previous day when he parked his truck that it had approximately 7/8 tank of fuel remaining.  Rhoades went to fill the truck with fuel and realized that his truck was leaking fuel as he was adding it and discovered a hole was drilled in his fuel tank. At this time, there is no further follow-up possible.

July 18, 1:52 pm. Det. Joseph Wolfe observed a 1995 Toyota traveling on E Main St and found the registered owner, Lachrica Patrick, had an active warrant for her arrest through the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office for a drug charge with no bond. Patrick was arrested and transported to Darke County Jail until Montgomery County could pick her up.

July 18, 3:55. Sgt. Benjamin Boyer was dispatched to Hiddeson Ave in reference to a fight in progress. Boyer made contact with Emma Wagner, Jamie Cook, Rose Lewis, Tiffany Geyer, and Mary Plush. A verbal argument between Plush and Cook escalated to Plush charging toward Cook and starting a physical fight. Surveillance camera footage was given, and Plush was given a misdemeanor citation for assault and advised of her court date.

July 19, 9:01 am P.O. Archer was dispatched to Evans Ave. in reference to a report of vandalism to a vehicle owned by Jessica Smith. Smith stated she believed someone had broken into her vehicle and stole her Members Choice debit card as well as a blue bag of miscellaneous children’s toys that she valued at around $100. There are currently no leads or suspects in this case and the case should be considered closed at this time.

July 19, 5:40 pm. Det. Joseph Wolfe observed Bridget Napier in the parking lot of CVS, 1009 East Main St. It was found that she had an active felony warrant for larceny through Covington County, Alabama, for theft, with no bond. Napier was arrested and transported to the Darke County Jail.

July 20, 7:23 pm P.O. J.E. Marion responded to Sgt. Magel’s location with a stopped vehicle that matched the description of a car that fled Wagner Ave. Walmart after a theft. A passenger in the car, Matthew Gregory, matched the description of the suspect of the Walmart theft. Gregory was run through LEADS/NCIC and confirmed his identity with 2 active warrants from Greene County and Madison County for driving under suspension. Gregory was arrested for felony theft and transported to the Darke Co. Jail.