Butler Township Police Activity


By Darrell Wacker - dwacker@AIMMediaMidwest.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.

September 24

York Commons Blvd., OVI/Physical Control, Off Duty officer reported suspicious vehicle and occupant passed out inside. The driver was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for physical control of a motor vehicle while intoxicated.

N. Dixie Drive, theft, officer dispatched to this address on a report of a stolen license plate. A report was taken of a license plate stolen off a motorcycle.

Speedway, theft without consent, Investigation revealed that the reporting party was at Speedway and laid her phone on the counter. She left the phone there, and after returning, found the phone had been taken without her permission.

Walmart, theft without consent, Investigation reveals that a suspect concealed a cellular phone, valued at $74.00, in Walmart, and left without paying. In an unrelated offense, he was found to be in possession of a hypodermic needle used to inject heroin. The suspect also conveyed suspected heroin, inside of a gel cap, and several open gel caps, with residue, into the Montgomery County Jail.

Chipotle, aggravated robbery, Two black males armed with an automatic weapon robbed Chipotle.

September 25

Walmart, theft, Suspect shoplifted merchandise. Suspect was summoned into court.

Walmart, theft, Suspect entered store without any merchandise. Suspect selected several cans of paint an attempted to return them at the customer service desk. Suspect then departed the store with the paint without making attempt to pay for the paint. A warrant is being sought for his arrest.

Chipotle, criminal damaging, Someone entered into the unlocked vehicle used by the complainant and tore up an empty Marlboro brand cigarettes box and shattered a Bic brand butane lighter. Nothing was stolen, and nothing else was damaged.

America’s Best Value Inn, theft, Victim shared hotel room with new acquaintance. Suspect stole victim’s wallet containing identification card, social security card, insurance card, Woodforest Bank DEBIT card, and $266 in currency. Suspect also made charges using victim’s debit card in the amount of $534.69.

Steak ‘n Shake, theft, Employee took $100 from the manager’s office. Employee was summoned into the court.

Dayton recovered vehicle stolen within our jurisdiction. Vehicle towed to Busy Bee. Vehicle verified as our stolen. Removed from LEADS. Registered owner notified. Dayton took suspect into custody.

Benchwood Road, assault, Subject grabbed minor female victim by her throat and pushed her. Subject arrested and booked into the Montgomery County Jail.

September 26

Walmart, theft, Victim was shopping at Walmart. Victim placed her black cellular telephone, unknown make or model, onto a shelf while she was examining a product, and left the cell phone behind. When she returned to the store, the phone was gone.

September 27

UDF, theft, dispatched to the United Dairy Farmer’s store located at 8733 N. Dixie on a reported theft. The clerk advised a black female took a box of Cheese Its crackers, valued at $3.99, from the store without paying for them. The suspect was later located in the rear parking lot of the Bob Evans on Miller Lane and was issued a summons for petty theft.

September 28

Speedway, Warrant suspect at 6501 Miller Lane, Speedway. Female suspect arrested for warrant after confirmation, transported to Montgomery County Jail, and released to intake. Intake officer located a heroin tube on person. Contraband was seized and booked into the property room and marked for destruction.

Frederick Pike, warrant arrest, Responded to area of Frederick Pike and Meeker Road for suspicious activity. Female subject had an active warrant through Vandalia for FTA trespass. Female was arrested for warrant.

Whisper Creek, theft without consent, Responded to 3774 Whisper Creek Drive on theft of lawn equipment. Back pack blower and gas can were stolen from trailer. No known suspects.

Golden Corral, gross sexual imposition on child under 13, sex offense involving minor.

America’s Best Value Inn, Domestic dispute between a husband and wife. The female half elected to leave the hotel and stay at the YWCA.

September 29

America’s Best Value Inn, While on routine patrol in the parking lot of the America’s Best Value Inn, located at 7130 Miller Ln., in Butler Township, Ohio, I ran the license plate FUE1551. That plate returned to a subject with an entered felony arrest warrant (Kaleb Fox.) I questioned the male and female who were unloading the vehicle and determined the male, identified as Michael Lancaster, Jr., was not the wanted subject.

There was a confiscation order on the license plates through Ohio BMV. The license plates were seized to be returned to BMV. They were placed in the envelope provided by BMV and placed in the outgoing mail. The female who was with the vehicle was identified as Jessica Robinson (aka Jessica Hutchinson.) She advised the vehicle belonged to a “friend of a friend,” and they were aware of the warrant but did not know where he was staying. The vehicle was loaned to them by the wanted subject’s girlfriend.

Courtyard by Marriott, Hotel management smelled the odor of marijuana coming from room 101. One marijuana cigarette was seized and booked for destruction. The registered guest and one other guest were trespassed.

Days Inn, disorderly conduct/intoxication, An adult male overdosed on heroin/fentanyl while in room #209, and the other three subjects waited approximately 30 minutes before calling 911. After 12 doses of Narcan, the defendant was removed by medic to a local hospital.

September 30

Walmart, theft, On this date, I was dispatched to Walmart on a report of a theft of merchandise. Upon arrival, the suspect was arrested after a short foot pursuit and transported to the county jail.

Stillmead, Complainant’s grandson found an air rifle in the Stillwater River where it flows beneath Philadelphia Drive. The rifle was turned in for safe keeping.

Persons charged or arrested

Jason T. Dyer, 36, OVI Physical Control

Willie L. Roundtree, 30, warrant arrest for obstructing official business

Cody D. Conard, possession of drug abuse instruments, possession of heroin, theft without consent

Eric S. Stoy, 32, possession of drugs

David R. Gibson, 52, assault

Mitchell A. Fortney, 36, warrant for failure to appear

Janease L. Ashe, 47, theft

Casey M. Brandt, 29, warrant arrest for failure to furnish proof of license

Jessica E. Hyre, 29, warrant arrest for criminal trespassing

Nathan J. Watkins, 24, disorderly conduct

Brian L. Lawson, warrant arrest, open container

Marques H. Dillard, 25, driving with no license

Edwin F. Lewis, III, 56, theft

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By Darrell Wacker

dwacker@AIMMediaMidwest.com

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

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