Northmont area police reports


By Ron Nunnari - Rnunnari@civitasmedia.com



By Ron Nunnari

Rnunnari@civitasmedia.com

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The following information has been provided by Northmont area police departments. The information listed in this column is considered public record and is available to anyone seeking information concerning what is provided below.

For purposes of this column, the term “arrested” or “charged” does not necessarily mean the person was taken into physical custody. It could also indicate that a summons was issued to the subject in lieu of physical custody.

All the people listed as “arrested” or “charged” are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Friday, July 3

City of Clayton

Report 15-1253: While on patrol at 12:43 a.m. an officer observed a white male riding a bicycle on Salem Pike near Union Road without the required lights and reflectors. The officer initiated a traffic stop and came in contact with the male and detected an odor of alcohol. The male stated he had been drinking so he rode his bike instead of driving to United Dairy Farmers to buy more beer. The officer discovered the man had two warrants, one of which was outside of the pickup area. A local warrant issued by Englewood was valid. Timothy E. Wilson, Jr., 23, of Clayton, was arrested on a warrant issued by Englewood Police for a probation violation. Wilson’s parents showed up and took possession of his bike and other belongings. Wilson was released to an Englewood officer and transported to the county jail.

Clay Township

Report 15-1580-07: Police stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at National Road and State Route 49 and detected an odor of alcohol coming from the driver. The officer asked if there was any guns, drugs or alcohol in the vehicle and the driver stated that there was none. The driver gave the officer permission to search the vehicle. When the passenger, later identified at Krissa Coker, 25, of Dayton 45416, exited the vehicle she advised she had been arrested the prior weekend for having heroin and crack cocaine. A second officer arrived to assist with the search while an Ohio State Trooper stood with the occupants of the vehicle. During the search an officer located a black purse in the back seat and an Altoid tin can that contained three crack rocks, a black and white bandanna that had a crack pipe wrapped in it and cheetah print pouch that contained a plastic bag of marijuana. Coker was charged with drug possession (crack cocaine), drug possession (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia and was transported to the county jail.

Sunday, July 5

City of Clayton

Report 15-1276: Theft was reported on Reeves Court. A disabled subject advised that several items had turned up missing in the home since October 2014. Due to his disability he had not left the house and the only other people that have been in the house are home health care workers. A .22 caliber revolver has turned up missing and three pocket watches. The victim provided police with the name of a possible female suspect.

Monday, July 6

City of Clayton

Report 15-1281: Theft was reported in the 7800 block of Lisa Lee Lane. A resident noticed her wooden jewelry box was missing from her bedroom. When she began to look for it she discovered that dresser drawer had been rummaged through and that an old Will was also missing. The resident advised that no one had been in her residence other than a worker from a home health care service. She has had the same caregiver for five years.

City of Englewood

Report 15-036136: Theft involving a known suspect was reported in the 300 block of Brownstone Dr. The victim refused to supply police with a voluntary statement.

Report 15-036153: John D. Oxendine, 19, of Englewood, and Shawn A. Schmale, 33, of Englewood, were each charged with theft at Wal-Mart. Both were transported to the county jail.

City of Union

Report 15-036112: Police responded to Churchill Court on the report of an assault that has just occurred. Medics also responded to the scene. Diane L. Yocum, 59, of Greenville, was charged with assault and issued a court summons.

Tuesday, July 7

City of Englewood

Report 15-036335: Kenneth D. Walker, 52, of Englewood, was charged with criminal trespass at Kroger. He was issued a court summons and released.

Report 15-036356: The theft of prescription medication and loose change from an unlocked pickup truck parked in a driveway was reported in the 200 block of Brownstone Dr. The victim stated that 90 Hydrocodone pills were taken along with approximately $5 worth of loose change. A neighbor advised a male subject has been observed walking in front of their hose when they are not home. The male will walk down the street, stop in front of the house, look at it and then continue on his way. The neighbor stated that this happens frequently. The victim said she has never observed the male and the neighbor does not recognize him. Police advised that if a suspicious subject is ever seen walking in the neighborhood they should call so an officer could come out to investigate.

City of Union

Report 15-036375: Police responded to the 500 block of W. Martindale Rd. on a theft complaint. The homeowner stated his son loaned a lawnmower and a PS3 to a friend and the items had not been returned. The case remains under investigation.

Wednesday, July 8

City of Englewood

Report 15-036499: Ashley N. Wallace, 20, of Pembroke, North Carolina, and Shannon R. Deese, 28, also of Pembroke, were each charged with theft at Meijer. Both were transported to the county jail.

Thursday, July 9

City of Englewood

Report 15-036663: A black female subject removed merchandise from stock at Meijer, fled the store and entered a late model white pickup truck with heavy front end damage parked in the Steak ‘n Shake lot and fled the area.

City of Union

Report 15-036743: Joshua Z. Griffith, 33, of Englewood, was issued a Criminal Rule 4 summons and given a new court date for an active warrant issued by Union Police. He was released with the new court date.

Clay Township

Report 15-1646-07: Police responded to Lakeview Court to investigate a sex offense (rape).

Friday, July 10

City of Englewood

Report 15-036783: Police responded to Main Street at Interstate 70 on the report of a “strung out” subject in the construction zone. Upon arrival an officer observed a male subject under the bridge wearing boxer shorts and was pulling up his shorts. The male was able to button his shorts but his fly and belt were undone. The subject was sweating profusely and was missing a shoe. There were numerous personal items scattered about the subject. When asked where he was headed the subject pointed south and stated the Red Carpet Inn. The officer said the hotel was to the north and offered to give the subject a ride there. It was later determined the male did not have a room there and wasn’t with anyone who had a room. The male climbed over a retaining wall and was placed in a police cruiser. He asked for his missing shoe, which was later located in the mud in the construction zone. The male appeared to be confused and was continually fidgeting. He appeared to be under the influence of drugs and was in no condition to safely care for himself. Jason W. Haas, 40, of Dayton 45424, was charged with disorderly conduct and was transported to the county jail.

Report 15-036959: Police responded to Brussels Avenue and Englewood Drive on the report of a subject refusing to pay a $64 cab fare. The cab driver stated the subject was trying to hide from him to get out of paying. Police asked the passenger if he had the money to pay and he stated he did not. When asked if he knew he could not pay for the ride when he got into the cab, the male stated he knew he could not pay. Zachary R. Tyler, 24, of Miamisburg, was charged with theft and transported to the county jail.

City of Union

Report 15-036908: A 17-year-old female was charged with being unruly on Franklin Ave. Charges were forwarded to Montgomery Juvenile Court.

Saturday, July 11

City of Englewood

Report 15-037152: Police responded to the 300 block of Winnimac in reference to a past theft. Upon arrival the officer made contact with a subject he has dealt with in the past several times who the officer knows has a drinking problem. The officer immediately smelled a strong odor of alcohol and observed a one-quarter full bottle of vodka on the floor by the male’s feet and another bottle of liquor on the end table beside where he sat. The male stated he had been ripped off and explained he had met a woman at the Gem City Pawn Shop and offered to pay her to clean up his house. He said he started to hang out with the woman who would periodically come over to clean his house. He said that earlier in the day he noticed one of his checks was missing and believed the woman he identified as “Vickie” had cashed it a Code Credit Union for $40. He was adamant that he had written the check as he always pays the woman cash. When he walked back to his drum room to play some drums he discovered that his Ludwig Cable High Hat was missing. He believed it was also stolen by Vickie. The male did not see Vickie steal either the check or the drum. The officer asked if maybe he had written Vickie a check when he was intoxicated and just forgot about it, but the male said that he didn’t think so because he paid her in cash. The officer searched Justice Web and LEADS for a woman with the same first and last name supplied by the male but there was no record of anyone by that name. The male also mentioned that he believed Vickie had totaled his truck recently, which might be a way to identify her. The crash was not recorded in local files.

Sunday, July 12

City of Clayton

Report 15-1321: Theft was reported at United Dairy Farmers where an unknown white male wearing black clothing and a Giants hat entered the store and began to pace the aisles. When the cashier was busy the male was observed on camera putting several bags of candy and chips into his pockets. The subject then began speaking with a white couple that are regular customers that UDF has never had any problems with. The male then began to leave the store with the couple. An employee confronted the male and asked him to turn over the stolen items. The male denied stealing anything but his friend told him to turn over the items if he did steal something. The male then handed the employee a package of Twizzlers, a Butterfinger, a 375 Magnum packet, a bag of Cheetos and a bag of M&Ms. The male then left without incident.

City of Englewood

Report 15-037218: Police and medics responded to the Courtyard Lounge on the report of a man lying on the ground. Upon arrival police observed blood coming from the left side of the man’s nose and eye area and a small amount of blood coming from the back of his head. His right hand knuckles were scraped and a small amount of blood was on his left fingers. His pants were unzipped and unbuttoned and slightly down and a large amount of fluid was found on the front door of the business, the glass and on the sidewalk area. The man had a strong odor of alcohol about him as well. The person who called in the report along with two patrons of the business spoke with police and advised that the man had been inside the bar for about two hours and was trying to start trouble with other patrons. He also tried to start trouble with the lead singer of a band that was not playing tonight and he left the bar an hour earlier. Police and medics tried to speak to the man on the ground and he became belligerent. As medics attempted to put a neck brace on the man he began to argue even more and stated he had been beat up but he did not want treatment because he had brought it upon himself. Police tried to find out who had assaulted him but he became very upset and demanded to speak to his lawyer before he would speak or cooperate with the medics. Police advised him that they would contact his lawyer and that he needed to cooperate with the medics that were there to help him. After placing the man on a backboard and as medics tried to strap him down he began to fight the medics by swinging his arms towards them. Police restrained the man’s arms while medics tied his arms down with soft restraints for everyone’s safety. He was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital for treatment. A police officer reviewed surveillance footage at the bar to determine if the man was assaulted or not. It was determined the man was alone while in front of the bar. Larry D. Martin, 57, of Englewood was charged with disorderly conduct as a result of the incident and issued a court summons.

Ron Nunnari can be reached at 684-9124, via email Rnunnari@civitasmedia.com or on Twitter @Englewood_Ind
Ron Nunnari can be reached at 684-9124, via email Rnunnari@civitasmedia.com or on Twitter @Englewood_Ind