VANDALIA – The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in court of law.
An employee of Abbey Credit Union reported that a member of the credit union turned in an obviously fake $20 bill. Police placed the bill in the property room.
A resident on Gabriel Street found a “Border Patrol” knife near his fence while doing yard work. Police placed the knife in property for safe keeping.
An uncharged person reported to police that he was shot at and was going to shoot the people. Police found no evidence of shots fired and the subject did not answer the door. The report was for documentation purposes.
Shaun D. Mays, 24, of Dayton, was arrested for OVI after a traffic stop at Stonequarry and Helke Roads for a marked lanes violation. He was released to a friend.
A complainant reported that an unknown subject had used his credit card information to make an unauthorized purchase at a Target store in Brooklyn, NY. The investigation continues.
A complainant reported that she received a bill for medical services that she did not receive. The investigation continues.
After stopping a vehicle for expired plates, officers found the driver also had a suspended license. She was cited for both and the vehicle was towed.
A resident on Imperial Court reported that a UPS package was stolen. The investigation continues.
Samantha Walker, 26, of Huber Heights, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear for a pre-trial hearing on a liquor law violation. She was transported to the county jail.
Daniel K. Cline, 59, was cited for assault after an incident at Ken’s Pharmacy. He was issued a summons to appear in court.
Police were dispatched to Art Van Atta Park on the report of an assault of a juvenile. The investigation continues.
A juvenile female was transported to Dayton Children’s Hospital on an emergency admission after threatening to harm herself.
A resident on Mecca Dr. reported she found two unauthorized accounts on her credit report. The investigation continues.
Lee S. Maxwell, 36, was arrested for one count of improper discharge of a firearm at or into a habitation and one count of child endangering after firing a weapon into a residence on W. Alkaline Springs Road. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
Jasmine C. Wendling, 25, was arrested on a warrant out of Miamisburg Municipal Court for failure to appear on a driving under suspension charge. She was taken to the county jail.
James P. Pearson, 22, was arrested for disorderly conduct and obstructing official business after an incident at the Vandalia Coin Laundry. Pearson initially fled and was seen behind Butler High School but fled again and was apprehended at McDonald’s. He was taken to the county jail.
A vehicle was towed from North American after a written warning and marking the tires.
Officers were called to a property on E. Alkaline Springs Road where a sick or injured raccoon was reported. The raccoon could not walk and growled as anyone approached. Permission was given to shoot the raccoon and its body was disposed of.
Katherine M. Hunt, 40, of Trotwood, was arrested on a warrant out of Vandalia Municipal Court for carrying a concealed weapon. She was transferred to a Butler Township officer since that was the original agency.
Kevin C. Nickel, 36, was arrested for OVI after he was reported slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle at the traffic light at N. Dixie Dr. and Stop Eight Road. He was released to a family member.
Donald E. Thagard, 42, was arrested for OVI on National Road after a complaint about erratic driving from a concerned citizen. He was transported to his residence.
A relative reported that his sister signed herself out of Crossroads Rehabilitation and requires daily medication for a mental condition. The investigation continues.
Timothy M. Buchanan, 59, of Tipp City, was arrested for OVI after a stop on E. National Road. He was cited for a marked lanes violation and released to a friend.
After a traffic stop for failing to stop at a stop sign, the driver was cited for the moving violation and driving under suspension. The license plates were also confiscated per BMV order and the vehicle towed. The driver was released to a friend.
Daniel P. Stallman, 21, was charged with disorderly conduct/intoxication after a report of a person knocking on the front door of a residence on Crest Hill Ave. He was released to a relative.
Kelli A. Neff, 35, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident on Arrow Court. She was taken to the county jail.
A 15-year old juvenile was charged with possession of marijuana and released to his parents.
Corey F. Simmons, 47, of Miamisburg, was arrested on a warrant out of Moraine Mayor’s Court for contempt of court on a larceny charge. He was transferred to the custody of a Moraine Police Officer.
Antoinette Tory, 25, of Dayton, was arrested on a warrant for failure to comply on a theft charge out of Moraine. She was taken to the county jail.
A 14-year old juvenile male was charged with assault after throwing a rock at another male at a bus stop and causing visible injuries. The case was referred to juvenile court.
Unknown persons cut the screen from an outside window of a residence on Virginia Ave. The investigation continues.
A resident on Westhafer Road reported that a utility trailer was stolen from her driveway. The investigation continues.
License plates were confiscated from a vehicle parked at the Super 8 Motel due to a BMV confiscation order.
William J. Abrams, 39, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident on Continental Court. He was taken to the county jail.
Demetrio Valdivia-Ibarra, 36, of Huber Heights, was arrested on a warrant out of Oakwood Municipal Court for failure to appear on a traffic warrant after an initial stop for speeding. He was taken to the county jail.
April J. Moore, 23, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident on E. Van Lake Dr. She was issued a summons after determining she needed to go to the hospital.
A resident on N. Perry St. reported an unknown make inside his residence. The investigation continues.
Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.