Butler Township Police Activity


By Darrell Wacker - dwacker@civitasmedia.com



BUTLER TOWNSHIP — The following police activity report was received from the Butler Township Police Department. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

October 24

Walmart, theft, warrant out of Moraine

Walmart, theft

October 25

Little York Road, forgery

Garianne Drive, forgery

National Road @ Aullwood Road, OVI with crash

October 27

Walmart, theft

October 28

Walmart, theft

Miller Lane, theft from construction trailer

October 29

Yorkshire Dr. @ Green Acres Dr., possession of controlled substances

October 30

McDonalds, receiving stolen property

Motel 6, assault

October 31

Benchwood Road, theft from motor vehicle

Benchwood Road, theft from motor vehicle

Engle Road, breaking and entering

Submarine House, theft of donation jar

Petland, theft of a cell phone

Silver Rock Ave., domestic violence

November 1

Smokey Bones, theft

Comfort Inn, burglary

November 2

U.S. 40, attempted theft

November 3

Brantford Road, theft of medication

November 4

Byers Road @ 725 (Miamisburg) possession of drug abuse instrument during task force stop

November 5

Asian Buffet, breaking and entering

Dodd’s Monuments, breaking and entering

Residence Inn, possession of marijuana

November 6

N. Dixie Drive, assault

Drury Inn, assault

Persons charged or arrested

Codie M. S. Knabe, 24, possession of drugs

Raytonya J. Glenn, 32, theft

Randall L. Rosener, 51, OVI, failure to control

David Churchman, 29, theft without consent

Sage A. McAlpin, 26, driving under suspension, disorderly conduct

Bryan R. Kennedy, 39, driving under suspension

Katarina V. S. Smiley, 23, theft without consent, possession of drug abuse instruments

Daveion L. Byrd, 28, warrant arrest carrying concealed weapon

Anthony T. Peterman-Barton, 28, warrant arrest for drug possession and possession of controlled substances

Andrew R. Sipos, 18, OVI

Maxwell A. Linder, 19, possession of controlled substances

Gary S. Miller, receiving stolen property

Ginny M. Costanza, 21, receiving stolen property

Imari S. Burton, 20, warrant arrest for theft

Frederick A. Sumlin, 36, warrant for no operator’s license, domestic violence

Michael L. Tomblin, 49, warrant arrest weapon under disability

Lisa K. Combs, 49, aggravated menacing

Jordan P. Wright, 30, warrant arrest theft, possession of controlled substance

Dean A. Lamb, 54, warrant arrest burglary

Kathi M. Turner, 56, warrant arrest failure to appear

Nikee’sha C. Stirtmire, 29, warrant arrest theft

Laura J. Rawlins, 33, possession of drug abuse instruments

Deangelo T. White, 35, assault

Accident reports

October 24 – York Commons @ Miller Lane

Unit #1 was traveling southbound on Miller Lane and when at York Commons Boulevard, Unit #1 turned right (west) onto York Commons Boulevard. As Unit #1 made the turn, the left front wheel and tire from Unit #1 separated from the vehicle crossed over into the eastbound lane and struck Unit #2, which was traveling eastbound on York Commons Boulevard in the right-turn lane.

October 24 – Benchwood Road @ N. Dixie Dr.

Unit #1 was traveling west on Benchwood Road in the left turn lane and when at North Dixie Drive, Unit #1 failed to stop within the assured clear distance ahead and collided with the rear of Unit #2, which was traveling west on Benchwood Road in the left turn lane and was stopped in traffic.

October 25 – Martindale Road

Unit #1 was traveling eastbound on Martindale Road in the eastbound lane of travel, and when at 705 Martindale Road, Unit #1 lost control of the vehicle, drove off the right side of the road, and struck a wood utility pole.

October 25 – U.S. 40 @ Aullwood Road

Unit #1 was traveling west on US 40 (W. National Road)in the west bound lane and when at Aullwood Road, Unit #1 lost control of the vehicle, crossed the center line, struck the east bound curb, and continued until striking the guard rail, causing significant damage to the guard rail. Unit #1 then stood vertically on the front end and turned to the left. Unit #1 then landed on its tires facing eastbound against the east bound guard rail.

October 26 – Frederick Pike @ Old Springfield

Unit #1 was traveling northbound on Frederick Pike in the northbound lane of travel, and when at the intersection with Old Springfield Road, Unit #1 failed to stop for a posted stop sign, and collided with Unit #2, which was traveling westbound on Old Springfield Road in the westbound lane of travel and was attempting to traverse the intersection. Unit #2 had the right of way at the intersection.

The collision of Unit #1 with Unit #2 caused Unit #1 to collide with Unit #3, which was traveling southbound on Frederick Pike in the southbound lane of travel and was stopped in traffic at the stop sign. After striking Unit #3, Unit #1 went off the right side of the road, struck a culvert, and struck the wall and porch area of 11526 Frederick Pike.

October 27 – Little York Road

Unit #1 was traveling east on Little York Road in the east bound lane and when at 2535 Little York Road Unit #1 lost control of the vehicle and struck the embankment on the west side of the road, then re-entered the roadway and continued west into the pond.

October 30 – Little York Road

Unit #1 was traveling eastbound on Little York Road in the eastbound lane and when at 2535, Unit #1 lost control of the vehicle, departed the roadway to the right striking a yellow turn warning sign.

November 3 – N. Dixie Drive

Unit 1 was traveling north on North Dixie Drive in the left northbound lane, and when at 8921 North Dixie Drive, struck a deer, which crossed into the roadway. The deer was deceased upon my arrival, and a deer carcass tag was issued to Odis R. Riley, a witness, at his request.

Benchwood @ I-75

Unit #1 was traveling eastbound on Benchwood Road in the right hand left turn lane, and when at southbound I-75, Unit #1 failed to stop within the assured clear distance ahead and collided with the rear of Unit #2, which was traveling eastbound on Benchwood Road in the right hand left turn lane and was stopped in traffic.

Commerce Center Dr. @ York

Unit #1 was traveling east on York Commons Boulevard in right lane, and when at Commerce Center Drive, failed to obey the traffic control device a stop sign, and in so doing, was struck by unit #2, which was traveling south on Commerce Center Drive in the right lane.

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By Darrell Wacker

dwacker@civitasmedia.com

Reach Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.

Reach Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.

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