Boy fight leads to girl fight

At around 2 a.m. Wednesday, officers responded to a call at 36 W. High St. regarding a large group of males fighting.

According to police reports, the group broke up when police arrived. A female Miami University student who reportedly had an injury to her left eye approached the officer and said she had been assaulted. She reportedly pointed out a female walking on High Street with two others as the attacker. She was identified as Ashley Wilke, 18.

The victim reportedly told police Wilke and her friends approached her friends at Brick Street Bar, attempting to fight with the males. The victim and her friends reportedly left the bar, but two of the males attacked the group.

While the males were fighting on the ground, the victim reportedly tried to pull one of the males off of her friend. Wilke reportedly told her to get off of her boyfriend and punched her in the face.

When Wilke was being booked at Oxford Police Department, officers reportedly found a driver’s license belonging to her sister in her possession. Wilke was cited for assault and possession of a fake ID.

Female says former roommate sends threats

At around 5:30 p.m. Monday, officers met with a Miami University senior regarding threatening text messages from her former roommate.

The student reportedly told police her roommate had moved out because of problems and was sending her derogatory, condescending and unwanted text messages.

Later, the victim reportedly contacted police again because her former roommate was yelling outside her residence. The former roommate reportedly told police the victim had stolen from her and she wanted the items back. The victim and her roommates reportedly allowed the former roommate to enter the residence to look for the items, but they were not found.

No charges were filed in the case, but the victim reportedly told police she is considering a restraining order.

Senior reports house decoration stolen

At 9:10 p.m. Wednesday, officers met with a Miami University senior regarding the theft of a house decoration.

According to police reports, a 5 foot-long blue wooden marlin with a large dorsal fin was taken from the upper front porch window.

There are no suspects or charges filed at this time.