Vandalia police reports


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

June 1

Kathlene Scarlett, 58, was arrested on a warrant out of Miamisburg Municipal Court following a traffic stop on S. Brown School Road. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Brooke A. Woodworth, 24, was arrested for failure to appear on an OVI case out of Vandalia Municipal Court. She was taken to the police department and posted bond.

June 2

Matthew S. Irvin, 43, was arrested for possession of a firearm while intoxicated, carrying a concealed weapon, and domestic violence following an incident on Grosbeck St. He was transported to the county jail.

A resident on Helke Road reported that a locked shed was broken into and several items stolen. There are no witnesses or suspects. The investigation continues.

June 3

Bryan Hadder, 48, was arrested for soliciting prostitution and possession of marijuana after soliciting a Vandalia officer. He was released with a summons.

A complainant reported that an unknown suspect used his credit card information to obtain services/items without consent. The card was used in Akron, OH while the cardholder was in South Carolina and also attempted to be used at the Trump Plaza in New Jersey.

Dustin Hammond, 20, was arrested on a felony warrant out of Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for receiving stolen property after officers investigated a soliciting complaint. He was transported to the county jail.

Amber D. Moore, 22, was arrested for OVI after a traffic stop on W. National Road. She was released to a family member.

June 4

Ryan J. Dorsey, was arrested for illegal possession of drug paraphernalia and issued a summons after police responded to an address on Curtis Wright Blvd. He was transported to the Huber Heights Emergency Room.

June 5

Romana Kearns, 56, was arrested for OVI following a traffic stop on N. Brown School Road at National Road. Kearns was released to a sober adult.

A 17-year old juvenile was charged with underage consumption of alcohol after being found unconscious at the St. Christopher Festival. She was transported to Children’s Medical Center and charges were forwarded to Montgomery Co. Juvenile Court. A 17-year old friend was also charged with underage consumption.

The Taco Bell on National Road reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill. The investigation continues.

June 6

A guest of the Hawthorne Suites reported that an iPad Mini was removed from his room while he was at work. The iPad was unable to be located via GPS. The investigation continues.

A resident on W. Alkaline Springs Road reported that a person entered his residence without permission and stole approximately $100 in change and the keys to his vehicle which subsequently led to the theft of the jeep. The vehicle was recovered. The investigation continues.

Unknown suspects broke the window on a vehicle parked on Randler Avenue. Latent prints were lifted. The investigation continues.

A vehicle on Randler Ave. was entered overnight and a blank check and $115 in cash were stolen. The investigation continues.

A worker at the St. Christopher festival found a set of keys left on church grounds. The keys were logged into police property.

Heather J. Derksen, 40, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident involving her boyfriend on Peters Pike. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

June 7

Weston C. Issler, 36, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident involving his wife. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.

Keith A.Ploski, 41, was arrested for domestic violence against his wife. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

A complainant reported that her ex-boyfriend used a credit card to order products without her permission. She cancelled the order and placed a block on the credit card. The investigation continues.

Following a traffic stop for no front plate and an expired registration, the driver was cited and he left the area on foot. The vehicle was towed.

June 8

A resident on Bennert Drive reported that his golf clubs were stolen from his vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry. The investigation continues.

A complainant reported that a fraudulent tax return had been filed in her name. The investigation continues.

A resident on Bayonne Drive reported that unknown persons entered his vehicle and stile his wallet and other items. There was no forced entry. The investigation continues.

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