Northmont area police reports

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.

Monday, June 26

Clay Township

Report 17-14194-06: Police responded to the 11200 block of Lutheran Road on the report of a dog bite. The dog owner was issued an animal bite quarantine order.

Thursday, June 29

Clay Township

Report 17-14655-06: A township resident came to the police department to report a missing dealer license plate. He was unaware of when or where he may have lost or had the plate stolen.

Friday, June 30

Clay Township

Report 17-14830-06: Jordan J. Bowman, 27, of Gypsum, OH was arrested by the Preble County Sheriff’s Office on three warrants issued by Clay Township. Bowman was released to a Clay Township officer and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-14862-07: Police responded to Shoreline Drive on an overdose. A female subject was placed on the front porch of her trailer by an unknown male. A male witness who was babysitting the victim’s children told police he found the female and dragged her inside and then called 911. The officer found the female lying in the middle of the family room floor barely breathing and with an elevated heartbeat. Brookville Medic 77 arrived and gave the victim eight doses of Narcan, which partially revived her. The medics transported her to Good Samaritan North Emergency Center for further treatment. The officer found two children asleep in a bedroom and a male subject standing in the hall who stated he had just come by to hangout. “I didn’t think she was that bad,” the male stated. The officer informed him and the babysitter that the female was on the brink of dying.

Saturday, July 1

City of Union

Report 17-038528: Police responded to the 600 block of Franklin Avenue on the report of a neighbor pulling a knife on her boyfriend. Both parties involved signed a refusal to prosecute form and agreed to be trespassed from each other’s properties.

Clay Township

Report 17-14955-07: A stop sign was stolen from the southeast corner at the intersection of Wengerlawn and Wellbaum roads. A road department worker responded to the scene to replace the sign 10 minutes after police notified him of the theft.

Monday, July 3

City of Englewood

Report 17-038914: Michael D. Williams, 28, of Mowrystown, was charged with theft without consent at Meijer. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-038936: A theft in progress was reported at Walmart involving a black male fleeing the lot in a white Chevy Impala with several stolen meat products and beer. Dispatchers located the vehicle using city traffic cameras and advised officers that the vehicle was pulling onto eastbound Interstate 70. An officer made a traffic stop near the Union Road overpass and found the stolen merchandise on the back seat. A second officer transported the suspect back to Walmart where he was positively identified. Kendrey J. White, 21, of Dayton 45417, was charged with theft without consent and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

City of Union

Report 17-038862: The theft of an engagement ring from an unlocked locker was reported at Proctor & Gamble.

Tuesday, July 4

City of Englewood

Report 17-039067: Police responded to Motel 6 on the report of an overdose. Medics also responded and administered four doses of Narcan to revive the subject. When he came to the subject admitted to snorting Fentanyl. He was transported to Good Samaritan North Emergency Center. Dwain E. Anderson, 54, of Englewood, was charged with disorderly conduct while voluntarily intoxicated. He was issued a court summons.

Report 17-039131: An officer on bike patrol in Centennial Park for the fireworks display heard a female juvenile cursing and walking in an animated and agitated manner. The officer requested the female to stop walking and she ignored the request. The officer again requested her to stop and was again ignored. The officer dismounted his bike and touched the woman’s left arm and asked her to turn around talk. She pulled her arm away aggressively and cussed at the officer. The officer was forced to take the female to the ground and she continued to struggle. The officer advised her that he asked her several times to stop and discuss why she was using vulgar language in a park full of families with small children. She was advised that if would calm down she would be allowed to stand up and talk. As soon as she got to her feet she began to struggle with officers and was placed in handcuffs. Two juvenile females advised that she had chased them out of the park and was trying to fight them. The 14-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct / offensive behavior and resisting arrest. She was transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Center.

City of Union

Report 17-039144: Police responded to Springhouse Drive on a fireworks complaint. Upon arrival a resident advised that a neighbor had been setting off fireworks, one of which struck their house and broke two of their windows. The neighbor apologized for the damage. He stated that he thought he was lighting a Roman candle but it was a mortar. The mortar tipped over and released several shots at his neighbor’s house. The victims signed a refusal to prosecute form. The resident was issued a criminal warning for discharging fireworks without a permit.

Report 17-038967: Police responded to the 600 block of Franklin Avenue on the report of an assault. The victim stated a neighbor was at their residence and they were drinking and discussing houses in the area. When they started talking about the visiting neighbor’s home he became upset and cursed at the female resident and threw beer all over her. She then tossed her drink at him and he threw a half full beer can and struck her in the face. The neighbor visiting claimed the woman called his son names and said he smelled and that she had thrown his cell phone down and crushed it. All parties involved signed a refusal to prosecute form and agreed to be trespassed from each other’s properties.

Wednesday, July 5

City of Clayton

Report 17-1290: An officer traveling north on Salem Pike was passed by a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and clocked the vehicle at 70 mph. A traffic stop was made and after approaching the driver the officer detected an odor of alcohol. James H. Douglas, Jr., 43, of Indianapolis, was charged with speeding, open container, operating a vehicle intoxicated and no operator’s license. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-1295: An officer on patrol observed a southbound vehicle on Main Street cross over the center turn lane and into the northbound lanes of travel and then drift back into the inner most southbound lane. A traffic stop was made and the officer detected an odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. William L. McCabe III, 48, of Clayton, was charged with driving under the influence, operating a vehicle intoxicated over the legal limit and failure to maintain marked lanes of travel. He registered at .226 percent on a breath intoxilyzer test. McCabe was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

City of Englewood

Report 17-039142: A 15-year-old female was charged with assault following an incident in Centennial Park during the July 4 celebration and fireworks display. Charges were forwarded to juvenile court.

Clay Township

Report 17-15608-07: Police responded to the intersection of Kimmel Road and State Route 49 on the report of a female subject lying in a ditch. Upon arrival the officer found the female and her friend. It was obvious the female was under the influence of a drug and could not remain standing up. The other female stated that they had been in a car with a male subject and that he and the other female had injected heroin causing the male to become unconscious. She further stated that she believed the male had overdosed and died at the intersection of Kimmel and Diamond Mill roads. The officer requested that Clayton Police check that intersection for a vehicle but none was found. The female that was unable to care for herself was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital.

Friday, July 7

City of Clayton

Report 17-1304: An unknown subject entered an unlocked vehicle parked in the 4200 block of Crownwood Drive and removed an HP laptop computer issued by the victim’s employer. A second vehicle was also rummaged through but nothing was taken. The victim didn’t realize the laptop was missing until her employer contacted her and said that another Clayton resident found the laptop on Honeybrook Avenue south of Afton Drive. Midnight shift officers were out chasing two younger black male subjects in the area of Afton and Honeybrook at approximately 4 a.m.

Saturday, July 8

City of Englewood

Report 17-039810: Police responded to the Clarion Inn on the report of an intoxicated male refusing to leave the bar. Upon arrival employees pointed out the subject who did not speak English. He had a strong odor of alcohol about him and was unsteady on his feet. A second male attempted several times to convince the intoxicated subject to go back to his hotel room for the night to avoid any trouble. The intoxicated male tried to walk outside several times and was told not to. His only form of identification was an international ID card from Honduras. Jose O. Gomez, 24, at large, was charged with disorderly conduct and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-039922: Destinee L. Reed, 19, of Clayton, was charged with theft without consent at Meijer. She was issued a court summons.

City of Union

Report 17-039801: Lisa A. Kurzawa, 51, of Vandalia, was charged with driving while under the influence and marked lanes of travel. She registered at .145 percent on a breath intoxilyzer test. She was issued a court summons, transported to her home and released to her father.

Sunday, July 9

City of Clayton

Report 17-1326: While on patrol on N. Main Street near Garber Road an officer spotted a vehicle being driven by a wanted subject. Kenyette Williams, 28, of Clayton, was arrested on a warrant issued by Trotwood Police. She was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Tuesday, July 11

City of Union

Report 17-040486: Unknown subjects broke two windows at Union Elementary School. A baseball bat was found not far from the broken windows.

By Ron Nunnari

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