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.
Walmart, domestic violence, Responded to McDonald’s for a domestic violence complaint that occurred at Walmart.
Meeker Road, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, Dispatched to single vehicle crash. Car empty upon arrival. Witness stated two white males ran from vehicle after crash. Found registered owner who declined to prosecute operator with DWOC. Obtained identifying information for operator. Returned to crash site, located operator, and cited him for driving while under suspension and failure to control.
Benchwood, missing adult, Advised of entered missing adult. Adult located and transported Grandview Hospital.
McDonalds, unruly juvenile, Juvenile lied to officer about parents information and left with another juvenile. Spoke with parent about situation and she asked that unruly charges be filed.
Hayward Ave, criminal damaging, Investigation reveals that the reportee arrived home from a trip and discovered someone had attempted to break into his back patio door. There was damage from the attempt to the back door frame and siding, but entry did not occur. The suspect(s) left several items of evidence at the scene and they were collected.
Autumn Ridge Ct., criminal damaging, Known subject threw a brick into a closed glass window of the victim’s bedroom, breaking the glass. The victim was not injured.
Miller Lane, possession of drugs, After stopping a vehicle for suspicious activity, we found suspected drugs and alcohol in the vehicle. A black male subject was charged with drug abuse (NC)and under age consumption and a white female charged with under age consumption.
Village Green Drive, theft without consent, Theft of wallet containing cash and gift cards in group home. Suspect admitted to theft.
Police headquarters, A Township resident was the victim of a theft in Mesa, AZ over 10 years ago. Mesa PD recovered her stolen property and requested assistance in returning it. The stolen property was mailed to me at Butler Township PD, and I made arrangements to return it to the owner.
Police headquarters, Complainant arrived at police department to report that her teenage son was jogging the night before and when he came to Ada Street and North Dixie Drive, his foot got caught in a loose cable from a power pole. Complainant stated that her son had severe lacerations from his leg up to his groin.
Benchwood Road, assault, Dispatched in reference to a juvenile complainant in reference to an assault. Spoke to all parties involved, no charges were filed.
Red Lion Inn and Suites, possession of drug abuse instruments, Dispatched to a suspicious subject. Subject possessed hypodermic syringes and other drug paraphernalia. Summoned into VMC for drug abuse instruments and paraphernalia.
Epcot Lane, burglary in occupied structure,
The RP reports a suspicious subject shined a flashlight into her bedroom at the back of the property. The suspect fled from police, first in a black Jeep Cherokee, and then on foot after his vehicle became disabled. I last saw the suspect fleeing northbound with a two toned black and white purse. Property from this purse was located in the field where the suspect was last seen. Contact was made with the owner of this property, which led to the discovery of a residential burglary.
Walmart, theft, Female tried to exit store without paying for selected merchandise.
Walmart, possessing drug abuse instruments, Dispatched to Walmart for a shoplifter in custody. Located several hypodermic needles on arrestees person. Subjects was to and booked into the Montgomery County Jail for theft and possession of drug abuse instruments.
Walmart, theft, Two females selected items in the store and concealed the items in a purse. The suspects then failed to scan and pay for the concealed items before they went past the last point of purchase.
Brantford Road, theft, On Saturday, June 10 2017, I spoke to victim who advised that he had a firearm stolen from this address.
Walmart, misuse of credit card, Clearcreek Township Police Department notified us that Eric Sedwick reported to them that his 5/3 Bank debit card had been used without his consent on May 31, 2107 at the Walmart, located at 3465 York Commons Blvd., in Butler Township, Montgomery County, Ohio.
America’s Best Value Inn, possession of drugs, Dispatched to America’s Best Value Inn in reference to a customer not checking out on time. During that investigation, we recovered suspected illegal drugs on one of the room occupants.
El Toro, possession of drugs, Attempted detain McGee for investigation. McGee resisted detention and was arrested. McGee initially declined to identify himself and was identified at the jail through Live ID. McGee had entered warrants as well.
Walmart, theft, Dispatched to Walmart in reference to a theft. Two female subject short scanned the registers while scanning clothing. The suspects were able to escape Asset Protection and flee. The female suspects have yet to be identified.
Persons charged or arrested
Juvenile arrest, domestic violence
Terry L. Collis, 40, failure to control, driving under suspension
Juvenile arrest, unruly juvenile
Nicole P. Christesha, 21, operating vehicle without license
Nicole L. Alvarez, 34, failure to appear warrant arrest
Alaine M. Combs, 19, underage consumption
Quinton T. Dyer, 19, underage purchase of alcoholic beverge, possession of drugs
Thomas R. Zimmerman, 45, possession of drug paraphernalia, drug abuse instruments
Caroline M. Millbourn, 21, theft
Charles J. Young, 34, theft, possession of drug abuse instruments
Juvenile arrest, theft
Lyndsay N. Foster, 36, theft
Jason M. Kinser, 22, possession of drugs (2)
Sherron D. McGee, 37, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine, warrant arrest for trafficking in drugs, driving under suspension
Kayawna M. Carpenter, 37, failure to appear warrants (3)
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