Vandalia Police Reports Nov. 21-23


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 21

After responding to the Flying J Travel Plaza an officer had 15 trucks removed from the fire lanes. One truck was towed after the officer could not locate the driver.

After responding to a trespassing complaint on Marview Ave., Brian L. Brown, 36, was arrested on a warrant out of Kettering Municipal Court for failure to comply on a driving under suspension case. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

A 15-year old juvenile was charged with being unruly after not going to his father’s home for three consecutive weekends as part of a shared parenting agreement and instead hanging out with friends. The case will be referred to juvenile court.

After responding to the Hawthorne Suites on the report of a party, 3-4 gunshots were heard in the area. A 9mm casing was found in the main office. The investigation continues.

Officers responded to an address on E. Alkaline Springs Road on the report of a child who did not leave there being in an apartment. Investigation revealed that the child crawled out of a window in another apartment. No criminal charges were filed but the case was referred to Children’s Services for investigation.

November 22

Kevin T. Kuzmik, 38, was arrested on a warrant out of Greene County for failure to appear on a fishing without a license charge after officers originally went to Skyview Dr. on the report of a fight. He was turned over to a Greene Co. Deputy Sheriff.

Nicole C. Steck, 33, was arrested for disorderly conduct after officers responded to an incident on Rader Dr. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

A complainant on Shire Ct. reported that all four of her tires were punctured. The investigation continues.

Lynetta D. Murphy, 23, was arrested on a felony probation violation warrant on an original charge of possession of heroin after officers responded to the Hawthorne Suites on a 911 hang up call. She was transported to the county jail.

A complainant on Tayfield Ct. reported that his mailbox was broken into. The incident had been caught on his outdoor video camera. The investigation continues.

Patricia D. Clark, 26, was arrested on a warrant out of Dayton Municipal Court for driving under suspension after an original stop for speeding. She was cited for speeding, driving under suspension, failure to reinstate her license, drug abuse, and fleeing for initially not stopping. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

November 23

A complainant reported two fraudulent transactions on a checking account that occurred in California. The investigation continues.

A complainant reported the attempted unauthorized use of a credit card at a store in Columbus. The investigation continues.

Timothy R. Miller, 26, was arrested for domestic violence. He was located at the McDonald’s in Vandalia and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

A complainant came to the police department to report the theft of debit and credit cards and the loss of funds from those cards. The investigation continues.

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Staff report

Reach the Vandalia Division of Police at 898-5868.

Reach the Vandalia Division of Police at 898-5868.

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