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.

Thursday, May 25

Clay Township

Report 17-9445-05: Police responded to the 10400 block of Diamond Mill Road on a driving without the owner’s consent complaint. The female victim stated that her soon to be father-in-law had taken her truck without permission and had been gone for 48 hours. A Preble County Sheriff’s deputy located the vehicle on U.S. Route 127 at a Budget Inn. After detaining the male driver he produced a note from a subject he had bought the truck from to prove the vehicle belonged to him. Police returned to the Diamond Mill Road address and asked the complainant if the male had purchased the vehicle. She confirmed that he had bought it but had put the vehicle in her name so she could use it. She stated she believed the truck was a gift. The officer informed the female that the male would not be charged and that this was a civil issue. Police had the truck towed by Englewood Truck and the female was informed she could pick up the truck there. She stated she no longer wanted it. She was advised to take the title to Englewood Truck and turn it over to them if that was the case.

Friday, May 26

City of Clayton

Report 17-1018: Police responded to the 100 block of Woolery Lane on the report of vehicles having windows broken and rummaged through. A 2010 Jeep had its rear passenger side window shattered but the owner stated nothing was taken from the interior. Two other vehicles sustained similar damage but the owners could not be located.

Monday, May 29

City of Englewood

Report 17-031673: Failure to pay for $13.65 worth of food service was reported at Steak N Shake.

Report 17-031728: Police responded to Meijer on the report of a theft in progress. The female suspect pushed a baby stroller and she ran across the lot. She hid in a wooded area where police found the abandoned stroller. An offer followed the sound of breaking branches and located the suspect. She had a 1-year-old and 6-year-old with her. The officer had her call her mother to come pick up the children. She was positively identified by a store detective as committing the theft. She also had two active warrants for her arrest. Alexis A. Braden, 22, of Dayton 45405, was charged with theft, arrested on both warrant and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-031744: Police responded to Walmart on the report of a suspicious vehicle in the lot occupied by two white males. The vehicle was located and information obtained from both subject. One subject provided information that proved to be false. Eventually the subject produced a Social Security Card that enabled police to identify who he actually was. At that time police discovered he had multiple active warrants for his arrest. Timothy S. Collins, 40, of Georgetown, was charged with obstructing official business and was transported to the Montgomery County Jail. At the jail two plastic bags were found inside Collins’ boot containing an unknown substance. Those bags were sent to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation for processing. Collins might face additional charges once the results of the processing are available.

Report 17-031753: A 17-year-old male was charged with theft without consent at Meijer and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Center.

Report 17-031784: Police responded to Walmart on an employee theft. A store loss prevention employee stated he had observed the subject on several occasions bag merchandise, scan items, void them out and then give the items to customers. Chandriana M. Rhynes, 19, of Trotwood, was charged with theft without consent and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-031800: Police responded to Walmart on a shoplifter in custody. Kayla N. Antunes, 24, of Trotwood, was charged with theft without consent. She was issued a court summons and released.

Clay Township

Report 17-10008-05: During a traffic stop for expired registration an officer discovered a passenger in the vehicle was a wanted subject. Bradley W. Callahan, 37, of Houston, was arrested on a warrant issued by the Miami County Sheriff’s Office. Callahan was taken into custody and released to a Miami County deputy.

Tuesday, May 30

City of Englewood

Kayeann L. Pingel, 25, of East Winchester, Ind., was charged with theft without consent at Meijer. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-032007: Police responded to the Vineyard Apartments on a theft complaint. The victim advised she had her son take two money orders to the apartment complex office to drop off. The manager stated only one was received totaling $25.92. A second money order totaling $840 was missing. The victim provided receipts for both money orders. The victim checked to see if the missing money order had been cashed, but it had not.

Report 17-032043: An officer running radar on Wenger Road pulled a vehicle over for a speeding violation and discovered the driver was under multiple suspensions and was a wanted subject. Barry E. Pitts, 48, of Fairborn, was arrested on a warrant issued by Beavercreek Police for theft (no bond) and a second warrant issued by Huber Heights Police for failure to appear. Pitts was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

City of Union

Report 17-032045: Unknown subjects fired a paint ball gun and splattered blue paint on the siding of a house in the 100 block of Woburn Farm Circle. A neighbor stated a group of teenagers had discharged the paint ball gun and fled the area in a car.

Wednesday, May 31

City of Clayton

Report 17-1061: Theft, menacing and criminal mischief was reported in the 4800 block of Pacemont. The victim reported that a woman had been living on and off at the residence for the past 20 years but has been living with her husband and daughter in Fairborn. Recently she returned to the Pacemont residence with the victim and his elderly mother. He said that on May 30 while he was out of the house the woman stole a stereo, three steel rings, and four steel bracelets, keys to his truck, two cell phones and four cell phone chargers. He stated that when he returned home he went into his detached garage to work on his vehicles and the woman met him by the garage with a butcher knife from his kitchen in her hand. When he asked her what she was doing he alleged the woman yelled, “I am going to cut your throat, kill your mother and cut you into pieces!” He told her to stop what she was doing and attempted to diffuse the woman by removing himself from the situation by walking into another room in his garage. He then heard loud banging coming from the other room in the garage and when he went to investigate, found that the woman now had pocket folding knife in her hand. The banging was caused by her hitting one of his vehicles with the handle of the knife, which caused three dents. She continued to threaten to kill the man and his mother with the knife. His mother said she heard the woman yelling outside and came out to see what was happening. When she came outside she heard the woman yell, “I’m going to cut your throat!” The male stated the woman had also spray painted the word “fag” on one of interior walls of the garage and had carved an obscene word on the screen of his flat-screen television. She had also thrown a VHS player on the ground causing it to break. The woman then left the property and was possibly picked up by her husband and left with the stolen items and a stolen dog. He said he didn’t call the police at the time the incident was taking place because he had been dealing with this type of behavior from the woman for approximately 20 years. He decided to file a report because he was done letting her get away with this type of behavior. The male signed complaint forms for aggravated menacing, theft and criminal mischief. Charges will be forwarded to Vandalia Municipal Court for review.

City of Englewood

Report 17-032061: While running radar on Wenger Road an officer pulled a vehicle over for speeding and discovered the driver was a wanted subject. Dreama R. Gigandet, 39, of Xenia, was arrested on a warrant for theft issued by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Report 17-032102: An unknown subject spray painted a commercial box truck parked on Sonora Court. The rear had the initials NB spray painted in yellow with a green Pac Man. The side had the initials HJ spray painted in light blue along with a smiley face and the driver’s door had the initials GM also in light blue paint. The officer then noticed the city’s pump station had been spray painted with graffiti as well.

City of Union

Report 17-032155: A runaway 8-year-old male was reported in the 100 block of Concord Farm Road. Chief Blackwell located the runaway and police transported the child’s foster mother to his location. Blackwell and Captain Allen were waiting at the scene with the boy, who was still agitated and refused to speak with anyone at the scene. He was transported to Children’s Hospital for evaluation.

Report 17-032168: Police responded to the CVS pharmacy on the report of an aggravated robbery. A black male with long dreadlocks covering his face and a hood covering his head handed a note to a pharmacist stating he was armed and that she was to give him medications listed on the note. After obtaining the medications the suspect exited the store and got into a silver Nissan driven by another black male. The vehicle fled south on Main Street. An Englewood officer saw the vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed going south and lost it once it reached the Interstate 70 area. A Dayton officer also spotted the vehicle in the area of Main Street and Hillcrest.

Thursday, June 1

City of Englewood

Report 17-032404: Billy Jo Keyser, 36, of Mesa, Arizona, was charged with theft at Walmart. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Friday, June 2

City of Union

Report 17-032645: Police responded to Marrett Farm Road and Burgundy Drive on the report of a male inhaling chemicals in his vehicle. Upon arrival police found a male passed out in the driver’s seat with a green and white aerosol can in his hands. Police found several more aerosol cans sitting on the floor board of the vehicle. John C. Mohler, 54, of Union, was charged with abusing harmful intoxicants. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Saturday, June 3

City of Englewood

Report 17-032691: Tiara B. Middleton, 21, of Dayton 45406, was charged with theft at Meijer. She was issued a court summons and released.

Report 17-032779: Joanna M. Buchanan, 54, of Dayton 45406, was charged with theft without consent at Meijer. She was issued a court summons and released.

Sunday, June 4

City of Englewood

Report 17-032894: A motorist driving on Wenger Road had he vehicle struck by two eggs thrown by an unknown subject. The eggs hit the car with enough force to crack the paint and leave egg shell embedded in her car door.

Report 17-033038: Phone harassment was reported at Walmart where an employee reported receiving threatening messages and a phone call from a coworker. The victim showed the officer a message from the coworker that stated she was going to “beat her ass.” The victim stated this started today when the coworker wanted to use her food stamp card but she could not give it to her because she was working. She said she had no problem letting her coworker use her food stamp card but the timing was not right. She stated she wanted a restraining order against her coworker due to the threats. Jazzma L. King, 18, of Dayton 45406, was charged with menacing. Charges were forwarded to Vandalia Municipal Court.

City of Union

Report 17-032959: The theft of a cell phone from an employee break room was reported at Proctor & Gamble.

By Ron Nunnari

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