Greenville Police Blotter

Staff report

Domestic Violence

Aug. 16, 9:53 a.m. — Police were dispatched to the 1700 block of Kitchenaid Way in reference to a domestic violence dispute. Upon arrival, the male subject had already left the scene and the female subject refused to cooperate. There were no children present during the incident. The female subject refused to write a statement, and Whirlpool requested the male subject be trespassed.

Theft

Aug. 15, 6:13 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Eikenberry’s IGA, 1120 Sweitzer Avenue, in reference to a shoplifting complaint. Upon arrival the police talked to the complainant/witness and manager. The witness told police the male subject, Job Audley Mckenzie, placed an online order of chicken totalling nearly $30, picked it up, and walked out without paying for the food. The manager got into her personal vehicle and followed Mckenzie to Speedway South where she was able to retrieve his license plate number and call the police. Mckenzie was later located and admitted to taking the items from the store. He was issued a citation for theft and given a court date.

Vandalism

Aug. 9, 3:30 a.m. — Police were dispatched to Domino’s Pizza, 515 Wagner Avenue, in reference to a possible vandalism and theft. Upon arrival, the windows were broken, but there were no signs of entry. The police have a possible suspect, but there are no citations at this time.

Warrant

Aug. 17, 7:49 a.m. — Police were dispatched to the 800 block of Jackson Street in reference to a disorderly subject. Dispatchers advised a male subject was in the parking lot screaming and yelling about a ride. Upon arrival, the police made contact with Ryan Ruppe who advised the officer he was at Fram to meet his mother for a ride. Tom Fourman from Darke County Adult Probation called and requested Ruppe be taken into custody for a probation violation. Ruppe was transported to Darke County Jail.

Aug. 17, 3:05 a.m. — Officers were dispatched to the area of East Fourth and Ash Streets on reports of a fight in progress. Dispatch was advised that Justin Hawkins and another male subject were fighting in the backyard of a residence at the 400 block of East Fourth Street. Upon arrival, the police advised both men to lay down on the ground. Both parties said they were fighting because Hawkins had called 911 on the other male subject when he had a warrant a few months ago which led to him being arrested. Hawkins had a bloody nose but refused the right to go to a hospital. The male subject involved was warned for trespassing at the residence. Hawkins was found to have two active warrants for his arrest and was transported to the Darke County Jail.