VANDALIA – The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in court of law.
Kasey R. Noble, 24, was arrested on a warrant for driving under suspension out of Dayton after police investigated an accident. She was taken to the county jail.
A resident on Ranchview Dr. reported his ex-girlfriend stole several items from his home when she moved out. The investigation continues.
Albert McMullen, 28, of Dayton, was issued a summons for speeding, driving under suspension, possession of marijuana, and possession of marijuana paraphernalia after a stop for speeding on the Airport Access Road.
A business on Poe Avenue reported receiving a counterfeit $50 bill for payment of services. The person who passed the bill stated that she had received the bill as a graduation gift. The investigation continues.
Jane Miars, 65, was arrested for OVI after a traffic stop on National Road near Key Bank. She was released to a friend.
A known suspect entered an apartment on E. Van Lake Dr. and took a television and DVD player. The investigation continues.
Vandalia Optometry reported a suspect wrote a check for services that was returned marked insufficient funds and account closed. The suspect was notified twice with no payment. The investigation continues.
An Ohio State Trooper brought Rebecca O’Hara, 58, of Dayton, to post for an alcohol breath test. She tested 0.164 and 0.163. The trooper arranged for someone to pick her up.
Dakota R. Price, 18, of Dayton, was issued a citation for animal cruelty after officers were called to two dogs locked in an unattended vehicle. The animals were removed safely.
Randall S. Park, 53, was arrested for OVI after an accident involving a dump truck on Webster St. He was released to a sober relative.
Johnathon D. Terry, 20, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant out of Vandalia Municipal Court on an original charge of driving under suspension. He was transported to the county jail.
Gregory T. Coy, 24, of Tipp City, was arrested on a warrant out of Miami County for disorderly conduct. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
Officers were dispatched to the Little York Tavern on the report of 10-15 people fighting in the parking lot. One victim was transported to Miami Valley Hospital. Those involved in the fight could not be located and charges were not filed.
While assisting Butler Township officers in trying to catch a stolen vehicle, Vandalia officers found it in the parking lot of the Knights Inn. The vehicle was stolen out of Clinton Co. and they advised to have the vehicle towed.
City of Vandalia employees discovered that over the Memorial Day holiday weekend unknown persons entered vehicles parked at the service garage. The investigation continues.
The Animal Resource Center reported that an unknown person took medications from an unlocked cabinet. The investigation continues.
Nicole C. Steck, 33, was arrested for felony domestic violence after an incident on Rader Dr. She was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
Officers were dispatched to an address on Spartan Ave. on the report of a fight in progress. The investigation continues.
A complainant reported a stolen cell phone at Cassel Hills Pool. The investigation continues.
While on patrol at the Knights Inn a vehicle was found to be stolen out of Riverside. IT was released to its registered owner. Investigation continues as to how vehicle got to the Knights Inn.
Steven J. Jackson, 53, was arrested for domestic violence after making a threat against a family member. He was taken to the county jail.
Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.