VANDALIA – The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in court a court of law.
Jamaal A. Tibbs, 31, was arrested for theft after allegedly stealing a dress from the residence of his ex-girlfriend. He was released with a summons.
A complainant reported identity theft after learning from a loan officer that she had several open credit card accounts that she never opened. The investigation continues.
A complainant reported that he received a check for cleaning services he was to provide which was dishonored by the bank. The investigation continues.
A complainant reported that a trailer was stolen from behind a business on Poe Avenue. The trailer also had a riding mower on it. The investigation continues.
A complainant stated that a possible known suspect stole a plastic tub containing approximately 400 Beanie Babies. The investigation continues.
Zachary Bookout, 18, was arrested for attempting to purchase alcohol by using a fraudulent identification. He was issued a summons for furnishing false information to obtain alcohol.
James B. Vest, 44. was arrested for OVI after officers responded to the BP station on National Road. He was released to a sober friend.
Shelby R. Ault, 22, was arrested for OVI after an employee of a gas station reported that a possibly intoxicated driver was parked at a pump. She was released to a sober friend.
Tyler I. Fugate, 24, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear/driving under suspension out of Miami County following a traffic stop on Northwoods Blvd. He was transferred to a Tipp City officer and issued a written warning for a headlight violation.
An employee of a landscaping business reported that unknown suspects took two back pack blowers from a trailer. The investigation continues.
Sara R. Lainhart, 35, was arrested on a warrant out of Warren County for contempt of court following an alcohol compliance check at Longhorn Steakhouse. She was also issued a summons for selling alcohol to an underage person. She was transferred to a Warren County deputy sheriff.
Chad Am Slemker, 33, was arrested for probation violation out of Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on an original charge of heroin possession. He was transported to the county jail.
Jamara O. Hall, 22, was arrested for felonious assault after a stabbing incident on E. Van Lake. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
Officers responded to the Longhorn Restaurant on Miller Lane on a disorderly conduct complaint. A subject, Keisha Milbry, 30, was found to have a pair of active warrants out of Moraine and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for contempt of court. She was transported to the county jail.
Joy F. Martin, 57, was arrested for OVI after a traffic stop on Brown School Road for speeding. She was released to a friend.
Lisa L. Kay, 51, was arrested for domestic violence after an argument in a vehicle traveling on National Road. She was transported to the county jail.
Tracy A. McManima, 47, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident involving her live-in boyfriend. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
A complainant reported two cell phones stolen from the gym bleachers at the Vandalia Recreation Center. There are no suspects at this time.
A complainant on S. Dixie Drive reported that unknown suspects took a pair of awn chairs from her apartment patio. The investigation continues.
Kaleena C. Daniels, 32, was arrested on a felony warrant out of Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for larceny following a traffic stop for speeding. She was transported to the county jail.
Officers responded to an address on Bent Twig Drive after receiving a call from the V.A. Crisis Line that a subject was barricaded in a house with weapons and threatening suicide. The subject was transported to Miami Valley Hospital on an emergency admission.
A complainant reported that her cell phone was stolen from the locker room at the Vandalia Recreation Center. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer was called to the Vandalia Recreation Center to take custody of a bag of suspected marijuana that was found by a child in the pool. There are no known suspects.
A complainant reported that she was raped by her boyfriend. A rape kit was collected and sent to the crime lab. The investigation continues.
An officer responded to the Vandalia Recreation Center on the report of a known male in his 20’s allegedly touching and inappropriately photo graphing a juvenile female on the buttocks in the pool area. The information was forwarded to detectives for follow up.
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