Vandalia police reports Nov. 4-6


Staff report



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.

November 4

A complainant reported that someone entered her hotel room and stole her purse. The investigation continues.

An employee of Home Heating Inc. reported three air conditioning units missing from the rear of the business. The case is listed as active/pending.

A suspect was walking through the lot at Go2 Technologies and causing a disturbance. When an employee went to see what was wrong with the suspect, the suspect came toward the employee and broke through the front glass and entered the vestibule before fleeing. The investigation continues.

Tabatha L. Carroll, 23, was arrested on a warrant out of Fairborn Municipal Court for failure to appear on an original charge of petty theft. She was transferred to the custody of a Beavercreek police officer.

Tegan Drake, 31, was arrested on a warrant out of Moraine for theft. She was transferred to the custody of a Moraine police officer.

Two 15-year old juvenile males were charged with possession of an electronic cigarette. They were released to their parents and referred to Montgomery County Juvenile Court.

November 5

Lacey B. Meyer, 32, was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and criminal trespassing after police went to an address on North American Blvd. to serve as a peace officer. She was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.

Randal L. Haner, 51, was arrested for felony theft of prescription medication from a customer’s cart at the Rite Aid on National Road. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.

Gregory Jacobs, 44, was arrested on a warrant out of Miami County for failure to appear on a driving under suspension after he was stopped at N. Dixie and McCauley Dr. for multiple traffic violations. He was also cited for driving under suspension and then turned over to a Miami County Deputy Sheriff.

Inspectors from the Montgomery County Auditor’s Weights and Measurements Division found a skimmer device inside the credit card reader on pump number 4. The investigation continues.

November 6

Michelle A. Combs, 44, was arrested for OVI after originally being stopped for a headlight violation. She was released to a family member.

Angela Cox, 35, was cited for driving under suspension and her vehicle license plates seized per a BMV order after a stop at Brown School and National Roads. Her vehicle was towed.

A complainant on Bright Ave. reported that unknown suspects cut a tire on his truck. The investigation continues.

A complainant came to the police department stating that unknown suspect had taken items from her unlocked car. The investigation continues.

A complainant on Poe Avenue reported that her vehicle’s hatch window was broken out and several items stolen. The investigation continues.

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Staff report

Reach the Vandalia Division of Police at 937-898-5868.

Reach the Vandalia Division of Police at 937-898-5868.

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