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    Posted: Dec 11 2012 at 9:25am

By Rick McCrabb

Middletown Division of Police

Dec. 3

The Middletown Special Operations Unit and uniformed officers issued a search warrant in the 300 block of Garfield Street and charged Michael Stewart, 28, for drug abuse/crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia Police found 5.54 grams of cocaine hidden in Stewart’s buttocks and $782 in cash in his pants and a digital scale in his residence.

Dec. 6

Someone broke into the former Schiavonne’s Restaurant, 1907 Tytus Ave., and damaged appliances and ripped out copper throughout the building. Drywall was also damaged to gain access to the copper and wiring.

An unknown amount of cash, cigarettes and cigars were reported stolen from Discount Smokes, 4381 Dixie Highway. Someone threw a block through the front door and removed the cash register and tobacco items.

A rock was thrown through a window at China Garden, 612 N. University Blvd., but no access was gained into the building.

A Troybilt snow blower, valued at $499, was stolen from outside Lowe’s, 3125 Towne Blvd. The equipment was removed after thieves cut a cable that tied the snow blowers together.

A woman who was shopping in Marsh Supermarket, 621 N. University Blvd., said someone reached into her purse that was over her shoulder and removed her wallet that contained $400 in cash and identification cards.

A brown Rumpke trash can was stolen from a residence in the 3300 block of Roosevelt Boulevard.

Someone threw a piece of asphalt through the glass window of Community Thrift Store, 2911 Cincinnati Dayton Road. Nothing was missing.

Several days after a car battery was stolen from a 2008 Nissan Sentra that was parked in the 1900 block of Hill Avenue, the owner reported his prescription sunglasses, valued at $300, also were missing.

Dec. 7

A red brick was thrown through a glass window of Posh Salon and Spa, 3419 Pendleton Circle, but nothing was reported missing.

An air conditioner unit was reported stolen from a detached garage in the 600 block of The Alameda.

A Wyoming woman called police and said she purchased a Yorkie puppy off Craig’s List for $300 and the money was picked up in Middletown from Western Union. The woman never received her puppy.

A vehicle that was parked in the 2100 block of Brell Drive had its air conditioner parts, radiator, battery and cable stolen.

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I have used shatter-proof glass for years(it works!), and my glass co. Keeps a spare on hand(that I have already purchased).
It is incredibly bad out there now, with smaller places without video/alarms being hit nightly.
Plus increased home invasions/break-ins/burglaries.
Be pro-active-- call police at the first sign of suspicious activity--if you have a stranger on your property, call police immediately.
It will only get worse unfortunately--there are too many crooks out there with nothing to lose, and little being done to them when apprehended.
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Always gets worse at Christmas time. The criminals out shopping. Picking up a few things for Christmas. Probably needs a little extra cssh. Maybe pick up a few things to fence for extra cash.
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Petty crimes should be handled more harshly before the criminal escalates.

A stolen candy bar thrill can quickly escalate to much larger and dangerous targets. 

I was a victim of a home invasion, it was indescribably violating.  They stole my car as well to get away. 

Throw the stiffest punishments right from the start. They should buy their own stuff just like the rest of us.

proud pit bull owner now :)
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