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.

Friday, May 12

Clay Township

Report 17-8967-05: Police were dispatched to the 9000 block of Baltimore-Phillipsburg Road on the report of a car in a ditch. After arriving on the scene a Chevy Monte Carlo was located partially on the driveway with two wheels in the air. The officer approached the male driver and detected an odor of alcohol. The driver could not produce his driver’s license. There were two female passengers in the car. The driver refused to take a field sobriety test. Lance M. Hahn, 51, of Dayton 45420, was charged with driving while under the influence, driving without financial responsibility and failure to maintain reasonable control. He was issued a court summons and released to a sober driver.

Sunday, May 14

City of Clayton

Report 17-941: An unknown subject entered an unlocked vehicle parked in a driveway in the 4800 block of Pacemont Avenue and removed a Wright-Patt Visa debit/credit card and approximately $6 in loose change. Several other vehicles in the neighborhood had been entered and items stolen.

Report 17-946: An unknown subject cut the valve stem off the tire of a vehicle parked on Deville Drive. When the owner drove the vehicle she discovered the tire was flat and it also damaged the rim causing an estimated $1,500 damage.

Monday, May 15

Clay Township

Report 17-8992-05: A Clay Township officer received a request to assist the Phillipsburg Police Department with a fight occurring in front of 42 E. Main St., Phillipsburg. After arriving Phillipsburg Chief Wysong was speaking with a subject who stated that his neighbor had been driving recklessly earlier in the day and nearly caused an accident so he had confronted him about it. This caused an argument to break out with the neighbor, but no physical altercation took place. Chief Wysong issued a verbal warning to the subject to refrain from going to his neighbor’s property and not to engage in any further verbal arguments. Chief Wysong and the Clay officer then went to the neighbor’s and also issued the same verbal warning. This agitated the neighbor who began to raise his voice and shift his weight toward Chief Wysong. He then stated, “You can’t tell me not to talk.” Chief Wysong attempted to explain his warning was not intended to mean that the neighbor couldn’t talk but rather to warn him not to engage in further arguing in public. The subject then began using profanity and he requested Chief Wysong to get off his property. Because the Clay officer was familiar with the subject’s mental health issues and his aggressive behavior he drew his Taser and held it behind his leg. Chief Wysong further explained to the subject that he was there to legally investigate a fight complaint and that he had the authority to issue a warning. The subject cursed at Chief Wysong and shoved him with great force against the railing of the porch. He then swung a closed fist toward Chief Wysong’s head. Chief Wysong was able to tackle and pin the subject against his front door. The Clay officer tackled the chief and the subject driving them to the porch floor. Chief Wysong tried to remove the subject’s right arm from beneath his body while ordering him to stop resisting. The Clay officer also could not pull the subject’s left arm free so he used his Taser to drive stun the subject at the base of his neck. At that point the subject’s arms were pulled back and he was placed in handcuffs. A medic was summoned to check Chief Wysong and the subject for injuries. Solomon Paschal-Desbin, 31, of Phillipsburg, was charged with assault and taken into custody.

Tuesday, May 16

City of Englewood

Report 17-028993: An unknown subject stole a 2016 Dodge Charger from the parking lot of the Vineyard Apartments. The victim stated that she started the rental car to run the air conditioner to cool it down and then she went back inside her apartment. When she came back outside a short time later the car was gone. While entering the vehicle as stolen dispatch received a delayed hit from Dayton Police who had the vehicle at 748 Mia Avenue in Dayton and that it was involved in an investigation. Dayton towed the vehicle and would be processing it for evidence.

Report 17-029023: The theft of a purse that was left in a shopping cart in a cart corral was reported at Meijer. After loading her groceries in her car the victim’s son pushed the shopping cart to the corral. After getting into her vehicle she dropped her cell phone and began looking for it and realized she did not have her purse. She then checked the cart corral but could not locate her purse. Meijer personnel will review surveillance camera footage to see if a suspect can be identified.

Report 17-029026: Willshay J. Jones, 23, of Dayton 45417, was charged with theft, resisting arrest and failure to disclose personal information. Police had to forcefully remove her from her vehicle in the Meijer lot and then she claimed not to have a Social Security number, driver’s license, a name or birthdate. Other females in her vehicle claimed not to know her name. She was identified at the Montgomery County Jail using a Live ID system.

Report 17-029055: William A. Cuesta, 50, of Englewood, was charged with domestic violence and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Wednesday, May 17

City of Clayton

Report 17-962: The theft of a handgun from a vehicle was reported in the 5100 block Seville Drive. It is unknown when or how the theft occurred.

City of Englewood

Report 17-029259: Miranda F. Bowles, 22, of Englewood, was charged with domestic violence and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Clay Township

Report 17-9012-05: Aggravated menacing was reported on Number Nine Road. The complainant stated that he received a text message from a phone number he recognized that included a picture of an unknown male subject holding a shotgun next to the door of his residence. The message warned the complainant not to talk to a girl or he would “smoke him” and his dog. The message was sent from his girlfriend’s phone. An investigation identified the suspect who was found to be his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend. The girlfriend stated that at midnight the suspect was picking her up from her boyfriend’s residence and when she got into his vehicle he took her phone and removed a shotgun from the trunk of his car. He then used the phone to take a picture of him holding the shotgun and texted it to the complainant. The case remains under investigation.

Thursday, May 18

City of Englewood

Report 17-029409: Police responded to Meijer on a theft in progress with the suspect fleeing in a gold minivan. Police located the van in the south exit and made a traffic stop. Collin M. Williams, 21, of Clayton, was charged with theft and was arrested on two warrants issued by Clay Township Police. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-029441: The theft of a spare tire from a work vehicle was reported at Hook’s Oxygen and Medical Equipment at 606 Taywood Rd.

Friday, May 19

City of Clayton

Report 17-969: An officer on patrol spotted a vehicle traveling north on Salem Pike with expired registration with the driver listed as a wanted subject. Duane T. Young, 55, of Jefferson Township, was charged with expired registration and was arrested on a warrant issued by Beavercreek Police. Young was taken into custody and released to a Beavercreek officer.

Report 17-974: Police responded to W. Greenview Drive on a drug overdose. The officer found a male subject slipping in and out of consciousness and kept asking him questions in an attempt to keep him awake until medics arrived. The male admitted to medics that he had used a hypodermic syringe to inject heroin into his arm. He was transported to the Good Samaritan North Emergency Room for treatment. Several torn plastic sandwich bags and approximately 15 empty capsules commonly used to store and transport drugs were found throughout the room where the victim was located. Two metal pipes used for smoking marijuana were also found. One pipe was nearly full of marijuana and other still had burnt residue inside. A pill bottle containing marijuana was also located and a hypodermic needle. James M. Carter, 38, of Clayton, was charged with possessing drug abuse instruments and issued a court summons.

Saturday, May 20

City of Englewood

Report 17-029749: An officer on patrol observed a vehicle speeding on Taywood Road and made a traffic stop. The driver was found to be a wanted subject. James A. Brown, 23, of Trotwood, was arrested on a warrant for driving under suspension and a second warrant for speeding. Brown was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-029881: Branesha S. Moore, 18, of Trotwood, was charged with theft at Walmart and was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-029893: Albert L. Reed, 40, of Greenville, was charged with theft at Walmart and was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Sunday, May 21

City of Clayton

Report 17-989: Criminal damaging to a vehicle was reported in the 10700 block of Haber Rd. An unknown subject scratched the driver side door of a vehicle that was parked in the driveway while the resident was away on vacation. The damage was consistent with someone trying to open the vehicle door with lock-out equipment. On May 18 police were dispatched to the same area on the report of an unknown white male, approximately 20 years of age wearing a blue and white striped shirt walking on a nearby property. The subject fled on foot and could not be located by police.

Report 17-992: While on patrol an officer spotted a southbound vehicle on State Route 48 without two working headlights. After stopping the vehicle and making contact with the driver and passenger the officer detected the odor of green/fresh marijuana. After running the driver’s license information it was discovered he had a Concealed Carry permit. After returning to the vehicle the officer asked the driver if he had smoked marijuana earlier and he stated that he had. The officer then asked if he had his firearm with him and the driver stated that it was in the back seat. The officer advised the driver that he was required to immediately notify law enforcement that he was a CCW permit holder as well as in possession of a loaded firearm. A second officer arrived and the driver and passenger were removed for a vehicle search. The firearm was found on the back seat with one round in the chamber and 13 rounds in the attached magazine. A small plastic bag containing marijuana was located in the center console. Tevin D. Lillard, 24, of Dayton 45406, was charged with two counts of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, possession of drugs and headlights required. A DNA sample was collected from Lillard and he was then transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

By Ron Nunnari

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