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.

May 29

Laurel Ridge, criminal damaging, Unknown subject(s) broke out the front door glass with a marble. There were no witnesses to the offense. The resident was not home at the time.

May 30

Landsend Court, barking dog, Habitual dog barking and disturbing complainant.

Frederick Pike, Responded to Stillwater Church for suspicious activity that occurred for several weeks. Male subject attended church services for three weeks and began emailing another church patron asking her on a date. Male subject became upset once the female church patron declined his offers.

Cracker Barrel, theft, Purse was possibly stolen from Cracker Barrel Restaurant. Complainant did not notice the purse as missing until the following day. Cracker Barrel does not have cameras inside the dining area. There are no suspect at this time.

Asian Buffet, dispatched to the Asian Buffet for a report of a possible counterfeit $100 bill, It was later verified by 5/3 Bank that the bill was real. I then returned the $100 bill to management at the Asian Buffet.

May 31

Benchwood Road, The RP’s 17 year old Grandson has been misbehaving since being released from juvenile detention about 1 month ago. THe RP advised she kicked her Grandson out of her house this morning, and since that time, he has been sending her text messages threatening to come back and break into the house when she is at work. I spoke with the juvenile by phone and instructed him not to call or text his Grandmother until tomorrow when they can work their issues out. The juvenile stated he had a safe place to stay for the night.

Walmart, theft, Suspect shoplifted from Walmart. Suspect was previously arrested for shoplifting at Walmart and criminally trespassed. Suspect booked into the county jail on theft and criminal trespass.

Peters Pike, criminal damaging, At this location, the vehicle owner advised that someone broke the driver side window out of her blue Hyundai Accent but did not take anything from the vehicle. Someone also cut the tires on the car, and one was completely flat. The scene was processed in the normal manner, and I will follow up with the suspect.

June 1

Little York Road, Responded to 1670 Little York Road for an identity theft complaint. Complainant stated that her mail was being forwarded to Jacksonville, Florida without her consent. The US Postal Service was currently investigating.

Smash Burger, theft, was dispatched to smash burger for a report of a stolen wallet. Upon arrival I spoke to Ms. Shellabarger who advised she left her wallet in the lady’s bathroom and someone went through it and stole some items. A report was taken and anything further will be followed up with in the normal manner.

Speedway, theft without consent, Female suspect was observed by the store manager concealing ice cream bars in her purse before going to the back of the store. The suspect purchased a pack of cigarettes and left without paying for the ice cream and became confrontational with the manager when stopped.

June 2

Benchwood Road, domestic violence, dispatched to an address Benchwood Road on a report of a domestic violence in progress.

America’s Best Value Inn, warrant arrest, female suspect was arrested on three active warrants. While en route to the jail, this prisoner began making false accusations against me pertaining to sexual misconduct. Sergeant Morgan was notified of these allegations against me.

Benchwood Road, robbery, Victim was assaulted by four suspects who took items of value from him.

Persons charged or arrested

Kenneth C. Clark, 37, three warrants for failure to appear

Matthew E. Pohl, 50, barking dogs

Raytonya J. Glenn, 32, criminal trespassing, theft, warrant arrest for theft

Danielle N. Webb, 25, theft without consent

Kelly D. Craig, 29, domestic violence

Amanda K. Davis, 25, warrant for failure to appear, OVI, possession of controlled substances

Jeffrey S. Fetzer, 48, warrant arrest for restrictions on littering

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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.