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.

April 17

Dog Leg Road, forgery, Victim was balancing the family checkbook and discovered that a check written to one party had been altered and cashed.

Days Inn and Suites, Suspicious vehicle with fictitious plates was abandoned at the Bob Evans. Suspect and passenger walked to the Day’s Inn. Investigation resulted in four suspects with warrants. Suspects were arrested on their warrants and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

America’s Best Value Inn, domestic violence, While on scene investigating a noise complaint involving room #225, juvenile suspect lunged at and attempted to strike victim #1. Suspect also attempted to choke out step sister earlier in the evening. Suspect was arrested for DV and transported to JJC. Suspect initially not accepted at JJC due to homicidal comments. Suspect transported to Kettering Hospital to be examined. Suspect’s mother later refused to take custody of child after he was cleared by attending physician. Suspect was transported back to JJC and booked in on the charges.

April 18

Red Roof Inn, forgery, Suspects ordered food to be delivered from Domino’s. Suspects paid with a $100 bill that was later found to be counterfeit.

Walnut Ridge Road, While patrolling, located victim with her children in a vehicle at 7805 North Dixie Drive. Victim had heated dispute with suspect at residence, and victim decided to leave with children to allow things to cool off. Suspect did not answer the door or phone calls to obtain his side of the story.

US 40, forgery, The business received a counterfeit $20.00 bill, and it was unknown from where or by whom it was received. I took possession of fake currency and placed it in property room. There were no suspects. The case can be closed.

Benchwood Road, Dispatched to a domestic dispute in which the female was destroying property at the residence. Female and male both claimed ownership of property, but neither had proof of sole ownership. Warning for disorderly conduct, advised to pick up property, and domestic violence laws explained.

April 19

Miller Lane, failure to comply/fleeing or eluding, Suspect #1 was driving a vehicle and failed to stop for a stop sign. Suspect #1 was slow to stop for police, but suspect #1 eventually stopped in lot of Speedway. A firearm was located in vehicle behind and under the driver’s seat. Suspect #1 arrested for failing to comply with order or signal of police officer and for no operator’s license. Suspect #2 arrested for having weapons under disability. Both suspects were transported to jail.

Reinwood Drive, breaking and entering, Responded to 3xxx Reinwood Drive for a burglary. Residence was being renovated by known suspect, who broke into the residence and took his tools. The complainant advised that known of her property was taken.

Golden Corral, domestic violence, Investigation revealed that the suspect and his live-in girlfriend arrived at the Golden Coral, 6611 Miller Lane, on 4-19-17 around 1800 hours. An argument ensued, and the girlfriend alleged the suspect grabbed her around her neck in a choking or strangulation manner leaving visible marks on her neck. The suspect was subsequently arrested for domestic violence.

April 20

Walmart, theft, Male subject selected television walked out of emergency exit door making no attempt to pay for property.

Miller Lane, domestic violence, Investigation revealed that during the course of a domestic argument, the suspect pressed his body against the seated mother of his children, and live in girlfriend, and caused pain, which caused her to punch him to get him away from her. She was holding their 2 year old child in her lap when this occurred. The suspect was arrested for domestic violence and endangering children.

Honeycutt Circle, domestic violence, Suspect wrestled with victim and shoved him into a wall causing cuts on the victim’s arm. Suspect and victim are father and son. Suspect booked into Montgomery County jail for domestic violence.

Hooters, theft without consent, four males and a female came into restaurant, ordered food and ate, left without paying.

April 21

Walmart, theft, Unknown subjects filled grocery cart full of merchandise left pass point of purchase and when confronted by Walmart staff ran away leaving behind the stolen property.

Red Roof Inn, The manager advised that on Friday, April 20, 2017, they found a Glock-17 handgun under a pillow while cleaning the room. The gun was not reported stolen and had one clip of ammunition, but was not chambered. The gun was placed into the property room for disposition. The last known owner is listed in an FI card on this report but there is no phone number to attempt contact.

Petland, theft, An unidentified black male entered the store and was playing with a puppy. The male departed the store with the puppy while the sales clerk was busy with other customers.

April 22

Miller Lane, aggravated menacing, Victim accused suspect of threatening him with a firearm. Investigation revealed that no threat was made. Accusation made in retaliation of suspect requesting victim to leave the store and victim kicked at suspects vehicle as he left. Victim was trespassed.

Frederick Pike @ Landsend Ct., OVI, Investigation reveals that a driver was clocked driving 59 miles-per-hour in a 40 mile-per-hour zone on Frederick Pike approaching Peters Pike. The driver was found to be impaired by alcohol and/or drugs and subsequently arrested for OVI.

April 23

Speedway, drug possession, Suspected overdose at Speedway, subject unconscious behind wheel. Woke up by pounding on window, saw empty capsule on floorboard while talking to suspect. Stated he was a heroin user. Search of vehicle located additional caps, suspected meth and meth pipe.

Skyline Chili, theft, Unattended vehicle in lot of Skyline Chili. Unknown subject broke out right rear door glass and rear hatch glass and reached into the vehicle and removed property. No Suspects.

Miller Lane, disorderly conduct/intoxication, White male passed out in grassy area between Sam’s Club and Walmart. Called family friend to retrieve suspect and summoned him to VMC for disorderly conduct.

Walmart, theft, Dispatched to Walmart in reference to a theft in progress. Suspect was located in parking lot and detained. Contact was made with Asset Protection. After reviewing Asset Protection’s report subject was arrested.

Persons charged or arrested

Brandon M. Riddle, 37, warrant for failure to appear

Kathryn C. Ball, 42, warrant arrest for receiving stolen property

Molly E. Wilson, 31, obstructing official business

Sage B. Iron Necklace, warrant arrest for possessing drug abuse instruments

11 year old juvenile, domestic violence

Aaron L. Ballard, 31, improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle

Chantell R. Wilcox, stop light violation, driving without license, failure to comply/fleeing or eluding

Robert R. Johnson, 38, domestic violence

Shane R. Talbert, 26, theft

Loxiette Leake, 48, warrant arrest for forgery

Jeffrey A. Preyor, 31, endangering children, domestic violence

Ronald G. Rein, 31, domestic violence

Joseph M. Petrae, 48, 2 warrants for violating a protection order

Wendell A. Akers, 37, OVI, speeding

Keith L. Stroud, 30, theft


By Darrell Wacker


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