Vandalia police reports Nov. 7-10

Staff report

VANDALIA – The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

November 7

A 16-year old juvenile male was charged with theft from a motor vehicle after an incident on Bohanan Dr. The case was referred to Montgomery County Juvenile Court.

November 8

Unknown suspects broke into Vandalia Range and Armory and stole several guns. The investigation continues.

Franklin G. Zank, 40, was arrested on a warrant out of Miami County for failure to appear on an OVI charge. Zank was found when officers responded to an address on Continental Court on a theft complaint. Zank was turned over to a Miami County Deputy Sheriff.

A resident on Farrell Road reported a missing pistol. The investigation continues.

A resident on National Road reported the theft of cash and prescription medication. The investigation continues.

November 9

Unknown suspects entered the rear of Rush Trucking on Poe Avenue and stole truck tires and wheels from two trucks. They also attempted to steal a van but were unsuccessful. The investigation continues.

Bethany N. Hampton, 25, was arrested on a felony warrant out of Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for probation violation on an original charge of felony drug possession. Hampton was found after officers responded to the Knights Inn on a disorderly conduct investigation. She was taken to the county jail.

A resident on Continental Ct. reported damage to his and two other vehicles where the passenger side mirror was damaged. The investigation continues.

Michael Johnson, 55, was arrested for aggravated menacing after brandishing a knife and making threats to victims at the bus stop near the Rite Aid at the corner of National Road and Dixie Drive. He was taken to the county jail.

An employee of Harris Sod & Seed on S. Dog Leg Road reported several items stolen from the business. No force was used to enter the office and the business suspects a former employee. The investigation continues.

William A. Moyer, 58, was arrested for OVI after he was stopped at the Goodyear Parking Lot at National and Dixie. Moyer tested .376 and .371 BAC on the Intoxilyzer machine. He was released to a family member.

November 10

A resident on Clarendon Ct. found a bicycle in her backyard but could not find the owner. The bike was placed in police property.

Kamry N. Payne, 20, was arrested for aggravated assault after an incident on Imperial Court. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Staff report

Reach the Vandalia Division of Police at 937-898-5868.

Reach the Vandalia Division of Police at 937-898-5868.