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.

February 20

Benchwood Road, theft, Resident reported that on January 17, 2017, someone stole her brown colored Rumpke rolling trash can.

Walmart, theft, Walmart employee consumed $5.04 in meat from the delicatessen without paying for it. Suspect was summoned into the Vandalia Municipal Court.

Art Van Atta Park, aggravated robbery, police responded to a reported aggravated robbery at Art Van Atta park. The juvenile victim said he was confronted by a male with a gun who demanded his cellular phone. The suspect took the phone and fled on foot. The investigation revealed the juvenile victim made up the story of the robbery because he lost his cellular phone, and no offense occurred.

February 21

Police headquarters, a reporteee located a counterfeit $100.00 dollar bill along a fence line while working in the area of various businesses.

Benchwood Road @ Miller Lane, OVI, Responded to injury crash at Miller Lane and Benchwood Road. Unit #1 rear ended Unit #2 at the intersection. Unit #1 was charged with OVI and assured clear distance ahead.

February 23

Benchwood Road, domestic violence, suspect struck the victim in the side of the head with an open hand, placed her into a head lock, and pushed her into the stairwell railing. The suspect and victim have a child together, and the victim was 30 weeks pregnant with the suspect’s child. Suspect booked into the Montgomery County Jail for felony domestic violence.

February 24

Taco Bell, criminal damaging, responded to Taco Bell for a criminal damaging complaint. Complainant stated that several employees threw rocks at her car as she was leaving the property.

February 25

Sprint store, theft, Suspect entered the Sprint store, examined two Apple products at the center display island, cut the cables securing those items, and fled the store on foot with the two devices.

Walmart, drug paraphernalia, dispatched to the Walmart in reference to a subject unconscious and unresponsive inside a vehicle parked in the parking lot. Subject was found to be asleep. Through investigation, it was learned the subject had a warrant, and the vehicle was reported stolen from Fairborn, Ohio through the Fairborn Police Department. An arrest was made and drug paraphernalia was found inside the arrestee’s purse.

America’s Best Value Inn, domestic violence, Investigation reveals that on Saturday February 26, 2017, at or around 2055 hours, the known suspect, and live-in boyfriend of the victim, physically assaulted the victim. The suspect then took the keys from the victim’s purse and fled in her vehicle without permission.

Walmart, possession of drug abuse instruments, Walmart Asset Protection Associate Schultz called about a female shoplifter who fled on foot leaving some merchandise along with used hypodermic syringe and suspected drugs in their bathroom. The female suspect was caught and trespassed from Walmart at their request but no theft charges were requested. The suspect was arrested for an outstanding warrant and possession of a drug abuse instrument.

February 26

Taco Bell, OVI, Report of an impaired driver with an open container of alcohol in the vehicle along with children. The suspect vehicle was stopped shortly after exiting the Taco Bell when I observed a marked lanes violation. The driver failed the SFST’s and tested .212 BAC.

Red Roof Inn, theft,

Responded to Red Roof Inn on a robbery complaint. After speaking with complainant, no robbery occurred. Complainant stated that she was counting money in her hands while walking to her vehicle, and 3 to 4 black males stole the money from her hands.

Red Roof Inn, possession of drug abuse instruments, responded to Red Roof Inn for unintentional overdose. Located plastic syringe with an orange end cap and five pieces of clear plastic gel caps. Summoned into VMC.

Persons charged or arrested

Michael R. Brammer, 56, violation of a protection order

Justin L. Hooks, 25, theft

Travis A. Gilliam, 22, theft

Sean M. Foley, 22, OVI, assured clear distance citation

Kyle A. Hissong, 22, domestic violence

Tivvany D. Seiber, 28, receiving stolen property, drug paraphernalia, warrant arrest for failure to appear

Connie N. Hagerty, 25, warrant arrest for drug paraphernalia, possession of drug abuse instruments

Shaleta R. Gilbert, 29, endangering children, OVI

Christopher A. Clemons, 35, warrant arrest for driving under suspension, (3) failure to appear warrants

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2017/03/web1_ButlerPolice.jpg

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.

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU


12:08 am
Updated: 9:41 am. |    
Aviators roll Stebbins
8:52 am
Updated: 8:53 am. |    
Butler Homecoming Court announced
11:18 pm
Updated: 11:45 pm. |    
Butler battles Bolts to 0-0 tie