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Accused burglar laughs all the way to the ER

At 8:26 p.m. Saturday, OPD officers responded to a report of a possible burglary in progress at 116 W. Church St. After hearing uninvited people moving around on the first floor, a female resident had locked herself in a third-floor bedroom and called dispatch.

Responding officers found a male passed out on the first floor. As attempts to wake the unresponsive man were unsuccessful, OPD called the life squad. While paramedics were en route, officers discovered the male possessed a fictitious Maryland driver’s license, a real Illinois license and a Miami University student ID.

Two males, who claimed to be searching for their unconscious friend, were also found on the first floor.

Residents of the house said they did not recognize any of the males and they did not want to press charges, but wanted the males to leave.

While being transported to the hospital, the male awoke and began laughing uncontrollably, according to OPD. Through his laughing spasms, he uttered incoherent speech.

He was brought to McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital and charged with sales to and use by underage persons, certain acts prohibited and disorderly conduct.

 

Nurses induce sleepiness in intoxicated man

At 1:12 a.m. Saturday, OPD officers arrived at the Hampton Inn, 375 S. College Ave., in response to a report of a passed out male lying on the lawn at the rear of the building. When OPD arrived, the life squad was already on the scene and had woken him up, but the male refused to talk to them or OPD.

The male then began profusely vomiting and was transported to McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital, where he continued to vomit. Once the vomit font dried, the male would fall asleep whenever approached by a nurse.

He was charged with offenses involving underage persons and disorderly conduct; public intoxication.

 

A late-night, Rocky Horror, window show

At 1:31 a.m. Friday, OPD officers responded to a report of property damage at the Evan’s Scholars house, 219 E. Church St. Residents of the house claimed that a red-shirted male smashed out a first-floor window and took off running.

A resident on the first floor at the time broke from the house and chased the suspect eastbound down East Church Street. Another resident joined in the pursuit.

MUPD eventually stopped the suspect on Tallawanda Road and noticed he had trouble balancing and smelled like alcohol. When asked for his ID, the male claimed he had none and was just walking home from a party. MUPD arrested him while OPD investigated the scene of the crime.

Officers discovered a large rock in the basement of the Scholar’s house, which they deduced had been used to break the window. Officers documented the scene and the suspect was charged with criminal mischief, criminal trespassing and sales to and use by underage persons, acccording to OPD.

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