Vandalia police reports


By Darrell Wacker - dwacker@civitasmedia.com



VANDALIA — The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

July 14

Jesse A. Lowe, 22, was arrested for disorderly conduct/public intoxication after the report of him stumbling into traffic on S. Dixie Drive. He was released to his mother.

A landlord on Vista Avenue reported that a tenant moved out and took a refrigerator, stove, and five feet of dark oak wall cabinets. The investigation continues.

James E. Hancock, 60, was arrested on a warrant for assault out of Huber Heights after a license plate check at the Knights Inn. He was transferred to the custody of a Huber Heights officer.

Jesse A. Lowe, 22, was arrested for persistent disorderly conduct after being found unconscious in the bathroom of Burger King. He was transported to the county jail.

A male reported that he was assaulted by unknown persons in the parking lot of Stubbies Bar & Grill. The complainant did not want a report or charges filed. He was transported for treatment for an eye injury.

July 15

A 16-year old juvenile male was arrested after being found walking along I-75 at Northwoods Blvd. The juvenile was a runaway from a halfway house in Columbus. He was transported to the Juvenile Justice Center.

Johnny E. Reedy, 40, was issued a summons for criminal trespassing on the railroad tracks near Old Springfield Road after CSX called the police department. He was given a courtesy ride to Tipp City.

A complainant reported to police that his daughter had been assaulted by her boyfriend and requested that police investigate the matter. The investigation continues.

July 16

A complainant reported that his vehicle’s navigation/stereo and small television were removed from a vehicle stored at Dayton Auto Auction since May. Management denied removing the items. The investigation continues.

A complainant reported his telephone stolen from his place of empoyment. There are no known suspects.

July 17

An officer had a disabled vehicle towed from Northwoods at N. Dixie after several attempts to contact the owner were unsuccessful.

July 18

A patron at the Little York Tavern reported that an unknown subject stole his car stereo from his truck. The investigation continues.

A complainant reported that a possibly known suspect stole cash and a prescription from her purse. The investigation continues.

July 21

Annette M. Kuzujanakis, 52, was charged with falsification and issued a summons after reporting to police an incident that did not occur.

July 22

Laryan E. Brooks, III was arrested on a warrant by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office after a traffic stop on W. National Road. He was also cited for the traffic violation and driving under suspension. He was taken to the county jail.

The owner of a catering business reported that he received a bad check of over $3,000 from a known suspect. He stated to police that he would sign a refusal to prosecute form of the amount can be paid in full, by cash, within 30 days. The investigation continues.

July 23

Cindy L. Guldemond, 48, was cited for disorderly conduct after an incident in which she removed her boyfriend’s clothing after being instructed to go to bed after an earlier incident.

Joseph D. Velez, 60, was arrested on a warrant for parole violation out of Texas on an original charge of burglary after a registration check of vehicles parked at the Knights Inn. He was transported to the county jail.

A 17-year old juvenile was cited for possession of a marijuana pipe after an incident involving a suspicious vehicle near the Cassel Hills Golf Course. She was released to her mother.

A complainant on S. Brown School Road reported the theft of a package. There are no suspects.

A complainant reported a fraud in which she was told she had won $10,000 but needed to send money to another address to cover fees. The investigation continues.

A known suspect has kept a hand scanning device belonging to Central Transport after separating from employment. Attempts to contact the person and recover the device has been unsuccessful. The items were entered into LEADS.

A complainant at the Knights Inn reported the theft of items from a vehicle. There were no witnesses.

July 24

A complainant reported that an unknown person obtained his credit card number and used it to make two unlawful transaction overseas. The investigation continues.

A complainant on Wollenhaupt Dr. reported that items were taken from two of his unlocked vehicles overnight. There are no suspects.

Scott E. Henderson, 36, was issued a summons for trespassing after he had been told by management of Vandalia Terrace Apartments not to return to the property.

Beau Townsend Nissan reported tat three vehicles are missing from their lot.

July 25

Paul W. Perkins, 36, was issued a citation for solicitation after being observed attempting to solicit motorists. He had previously been warned.

Veronica L. Sacco, 23, was arrested on a warrant out of Huber Heights for a traffic offense after a registration check at the Knights Inn. She was transferred to the custody of a Huber Heights officer.

A 14-year old juvenile was arrested for domestic violence after an assault on her mother. She was transported to the Juvenile Detention Center.

Adam D. Ireton, 27, was arrested for OVI after an initial traffic stop for speeding on Greenhurst Dr. He was released to a family member.

July 26

James G. Guinn, 38, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident on S. Tionda Drive. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Horace R. W. Vial, IV, 21, was arrested for OVI after an officer found him passed out in his car with the engine running on Stoney Springs at Norwich. He tested 0.149% BAC. He was released to a friend.

July 27

A complainant on Kenbrook Drive reported that her front license plate was stolen. The investigation continues.

July 28

A complainant reported that two people she knew on first name basis only took her car and did not return it after she gave them permission to drive to McDonald’s. The vehicle was entered into LEADS/NCIC.

By Darrell Wacker

dwacker@civitasmedia.com

Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.

Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.

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