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 25
During a traffic stop the passenger of a vehicle was found to be a wanted subject. Christopher M. Carlson, 30, of Englewood, was arrested on a warrant issued by Butler Township Police for failure to appear. Carlson was taken into custody, released to a Butler Twp. officer and transported to the county jail.
Saturday, July 26
City of Clayton
Breaking and entering was reported in the 3300 block of N. Montgomery County Line Road. Unknown subjects entered an unlocked garage and removed five salt water fishing poles worth an estimated $1,200. Other fishing equipment of lesser value was left undisturbed.
Breaking and entering to a maintenance garage was reported at Meadowbrook Country Club. Unknown subjects forced open a locked garage door and removed three EZGO workhorse golf carts and drove around the golf course causing damage to the carts and damage to numerous greens and fairways. The golf carts were found abandoned in the 6100 block of Taywood Road. A black and gray canvas cooler was found in the bed of one of the golf carts. A course official stated the cooler did not belong in the cart and did not know who it belonged to. Three half empty bottles of beer were also found and sent to the crime lab for analysis.
The theft of four credit cards was reported in the 11900 block of Dayton-Greenville Pike.
Credit card fraud was reported in the 6800 block of N. Montgomery County Line Road.
Monday, July 28
City of Clayton
Unknown subjects egged a vehicle parked in the 6600 block of Ranch Hill Drive. The vehicle was struck on the driver’s side by several eggs causing damage to the paint.
City of Englewood
Diane L. Hunyady, 64, of Englewood, was charged with failure to register dog and control of dog after her Chihuahua was found running loose in the area of Bonnycastle and Winnimac. She was issued a court summons.
A resident of Chris Drive was contacted by the Ohio Department of Taxation that someone had filed a tax return with a refund of $3,990 in his name. The victim provided a computerized copy of a joint return containing his name and female’s name. Police identified the female by her Social Security number and discovered that she resides in Sidney. The victim was advised to file affidavits of fraud the state and federal IRS.
Police responded to Kroger on a theft in progress. Dispatch advised a female subject entered a red Toyota Corolla and fled east on Wenger. The officer ran the registration and discovered the same car was a suspect vehicle in a separate theft at Walgreens. The officer caught up with the vehicle as it turned south on Taywood and stopped the vehicle near Gorman Avenue. The officer ordered the male driver to shut the engine off and located a female lying down in the back seat. A Clayton officer arrived to assist. The female was found to have three warrants for her arrest. The male driver was found not to have a valid license. On the front seat of the vehicle a black book bag was found containing a plastic bag of empty capsules and multiple items of clothing from Kmart and Meijer with the tags still attached. The trunk of the vehicle was packed full of items where officers found a used, capped syringe with brown residue inside. Terri Lynn Clay, 28, of Englewood, was charged with robbery, possessing dangerous drug abuse instruments, and was arrested on the three warrants. Billy J. Clay, 29, of Englewood, was charged with no operator’s license. Both were taken into custody and transported to the county jail.
Joseph A. Daugherty, 46, of Phillipsburg, was charged with failure to yield to crossing traffic following an accident at the intersection of Pansing and N. Montgomery County Line roads.
Tuesday, July 29
City of Clayton
The theft of a boy’s bicycle was reported in the 6600 block of Taywood Road. According to dispatch the suspects were heading north on Taywood toward the location of a police officer. The officer observed two suspects matching the description, one riding the bike and the other standing on the rear pegs. Once the suspects reached the intersection of Old Salem and Taywood both dismounted the bike to cross the roadway. The officer intercepted the males and questioned them about where they obtained the bike. Both stated they found it on the sidewalk. The victim immediately identified the bike as being stolen from her yard. A witness recorded the theft on her cell phone and stated one of the males walked into the yard to retrieve the bike while the other one acted as a lookout. Both suspects were identified. A 17-year-old male from Trotwood was found to have a warrant through juvenile court for failure to appear on a theft charge. Khalil J. Murray, 18, of Trotwood, was charged with theft, taken into custody and transported to the county jail. The 17-year-old was also charged with theft and arrested on the warrant and transported to the county juvenile detention center.
Breaking and entering was reported in the 8600 block of N. Main Street where unknown subjects kicked in the back door and removed a Hewlett Packard laptop computer and a DeWalt cordless drill/saw combo kit.
City of Englewood
A hit and run accident was reported on Lau Parkway. Upon arrival the victim stated another driver intentionally hit in the rear of his vehicle. The victim tried to stop but the other driver rammed the rear of his vehicle again and pushed him down the roadway. The victim exited his vehicle and the other driver then attempted to run him over. He stated he had to move out of the way two times to avoid being struck. The other driver then fled the scene. Faustino Aviles, 39, of Dayton 45406, was charged with felonious assault – weapon. A warrant was issued for his arrest.
Michael W. Griffith, 55, of Huber Heights, was charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence over the legal limit, and failure to signal. He registered at .236 percent on a breath intoxilyzer test. He was issued a court summons and released to his wife.
Arnold Bolender, 59, of Brookville, was issued a criminal trespass warning to stay off his neighbor’s property.
Wednesday, July 30
City of Englewood
Unknown juveniles on the Northmoor Elementary property at 1 a.m. threw a rock and damaged a patio screen door on a residence in the 7000 block of Kinsey Road.
Police responded to Lakeview Court on a drug complaint. Upon arrival a woman advised that a known male subject had been harassing her daughter attempting to get her to purchase cocaine from him. The girl told him several times that she was not interested but he would not leave her alone. Several officers from Brookville and Phillipsburg attempted to locate the suspect but were unable to locate him. A vehicle that had transported the suspect to the trailer park was stopped. The driver said he did not know the suspect was trying to sell drugs. His vehicle was searched but nothing was found and the driver was released. The case was forwarded to the detective section for follow up investigation.
Elisa A. Littlejohn, 21, of New Lebanon, was charged with failure to stop at a posted stop sign while traveling south on Diamond Mill Road. Littlejohn proceeded through the intersection and was struck by a vehicle traveling west on National Road. The driver of the other vehicle was transported to Miami Valley Hospital for treatment by Phillipsburg EMS.
Thursday, July 31
City of Clayton
Breaking and entering was reported in the 7800 block of Country View Lane. Unknown subjects entered the home, disabled the alarm system and removed an Apple iPad and Bluetooth iPad case. The victim tracked the iPad using the “Find my iPad” app and discovered it was located on Wintergreen Place at his ex-girlfriend’s house. The victim stated he had not dated his ex-girlfriend in about one year and stated that she was not permitted in his house. Police contacted the former girlfriend and asked her to return the victim’s property to avoid being charged with theft and breaking and entering. She initially denied taking the property but after being told what she would be charged with she agreed to return the property. She was then told to cease having contact with the victim.
Unknown subjects damaged all four tires on a vehicle and three on a second vehicle parked in a driveway in the 7200 block of Taywood Road. Both vehicles were parked in the driveway with the home’s exterior lights illuminating the driveway.
While on patrol and officer observed a wanted subject driving north on Crestway Road. William T. King, 53, of Huber Heights, was arrested on a warrant issued by Brookville Police. King was released to a Brookville officer and transported to the county jail.
Corey J. Arden, 24, of Phillipsburg, was charged with theft at Wal-Mart. He was issued a court summons.
Police responded to Aldi’s on the report of two small children being left unattended in a car. Police found the children sitting in the back seat with the rear windows partially cracked open, but not far enough for the officer to reach into the car. A witness said she heard one of the boys crying and observed both were sweating. The witness said the boys were inside the vehicle at least 10 minutes. The officer asked the older of the two boys to unlock the front door. The officer opened the driver’s side front and rear door. Vickie Lynn Boddie, 57, of Dayton 45415, was charged with child endangering. Charges were forwarded to Vandalia Municipal Court.
Friday, August 1
City of Clayton
Unknown subjects entered an unlocked vehicle parked in the 7800 block of Volk Drive and removed two gift cards, a brass soccer medallion and loose change.
Unknown subjects used spray paint and black magic markers to place graffiti on the south side of Auto Tech in the 8100 block of N. Main Street.
Police responded to Tammy Circle on the report of suspicious activity. The resident advised that he heard his garage door open and looked outside and observed that his dome light was on in his pickup truck and tailgate open. The truck was left unlocked. The resident went outside and as he did his garage door went down. He discovered the remote control for his garage door had been stolen from his truck.
Kristina M. Lapratt, 41, of Englewood, was charged with theft at Wal-Mart. She was issued a court summons and released.
Loretta N. Branham, 25, of Dayton 45417, was charged with theft at Wal-Mart. She was taken into custody and transported to the county jail.
Alexander Hines, 30, of Brookville, was charged with operating a vehicle without reasonable control after exiting eastbound Interstate 70. Hines lost control upon reaching Brookville Salem Road, struck a Dayton Power & Light light pole, an Ohio Department of Transportation speed limit sign and ended up in the south ditch.
During a traffic stop the driver was found to be wanted subject. Billy Wayne Hunter, Jr., 23, of Arcanum, was arrested on a warrant issued by Kettering Municipal Court and was also charged with possession of marijuana paraphernalia, marked lanes of travel and three counts of driving under suspension. Hunter was taken into custody and transported to the county jail.
Saturday, August 2
Police stopped at vehicle at 3:12 a.m. for not having its headlights on and found the driver to be intoxicated. Rick Alan Nelson, 21, of Union, was charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence over the legal limit and lighted lights required. He registered at .190 percent on a breath intoxilyzer test. Nelson was issued a court summons and released to a sober driver.
Darrell L. Hollenshed, 45, of Englewood, was charged with violating a protection order. He was issued a court summons and released.
Sunday, August 3
Michael E. Truesdale, at large, was charged with theft at Meijer. He was issued a court summons and released.
Police responded to Wal-Mart on a theft in progress. Toni Tenielle Nate Spears, 33, of Dayton 45417, was arrested on a warrant issued by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear and a 13-year-old female of Dayton 45417 was charged with theft. Spears was taken into custody and transported to the county jail while the juvenile was transported to the county juvenile detention center.
Jessica A. Burgmeier, 21, of Vandalia, was charged with failure to yield the right of way after stopping at a stop sign on southbound Diamond Mill Road at National Road. After attempting to turn east on National Road she was struck by a vehicle headed west on National.