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, obstructing official business, investigation revealed that a driver was stopped on York Commons Boulevard at Walmart for a plate that expired on 2-7-16. The driver was found to be under suspension. During the course of the stop, 2 passengers became disorderly, and one refused to identify herself when asked to for a seat belt violation. That passenger was arrested for obstructing official business. She also had an active warrant through the Dayton Municipal Court for traffic charges.
Brantford Road, emergency admission
Walmart, theft, theft of medication from Walmart – victim set medication down at self checkout.
Red Roof Inn, Red Roof Inn staff found prescription bottle containing suspected meth while cleaning room.
Golden Corral, forgery, Responded to Golden Corral Restaurant on a counterfeit $20.00 bill. Manager stated that the money was used on 6/13/17, but was discovered the following day. The $20.00 had printed on the front and back “Motion Picture Use Only.” No suspects at this time.
Red Roof Inn, Male found unconscious and not breathing in motel room. Suspected opioid overdose.
N. Dixie Drive, Suspicious vehicle stop of a vehicle driving from closed business to closed business in York Commons. The driver advised he got off work around 0200 hours and was playing Pokemon Go. A small amount of marijuana and a glass pipe were confiscated and will be destroyed. No criminal charges will be filed.
Walmart, theft, dispatched to Walmart on a report of a seven year old juvenile male inside the store trying to take items. The guardian was contacted and came on scene.
Old Springfield Road, menacing, Victim called to report that his friend’s boyfriend had threatened them. Investigation determined that the boyfriend had threatened the victim but not the girlfriend, and the victim signed a complaint against the boyfriend.
Day’s Inn, While investigating a suspicious person parked in the Day’s Inn lot, I recovered the rear license plate belonging to the previous owner. The license plate will be mailed back to the BMV for destruction.
Walmart, robbery, Victim reported that he was punched by a known suspect and had his cell phone stolen. The same suspects had stolen his phone once before but it had been returned earlier in the day, but now they took it again.
UDF, theft, subject selected merchandise and placed the items inside her purse. The subject then exited store past all points of sale making no attempt to pay for merchandise. Located suspect and she returned to store and paid for merchandise.
Landsend Ct., barking dog, Complainant advised that suspect’s dogs were barking off and on since 06/17/2017 at 2300 hours and were causing a disturbance.
Wings Sports Bar, telecommunications harassment, While voluntarily intoxicated, the defendant arrived at Wings Bar and Grill after closing time in his personal vehicle, and proceeded to key and kick the victim’s car leaving multiple scratches and dents on 3 of the 4 sides of the victim’s 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix. The defendant fled the scene in his vehicle but was soon taken into custody for OVI. After the defendant was released to his father, he immediately began calling the victim’s phone and pleading his innocence. The defendant continued calling the victim after he was warned not to by the victim and an officer.
Persons charged or arrested
Meesha R. Youngblood, 28, expired plate, failure to reinstate, driving under suspension
Toi A. Youngblood, 26, obstructing official business, warrant arrest for speeding
Erin M. Boyd, 21, warrant arrest for OVI
Robert J. Simpson, 27, warrant arrest for domestic violence
Nicole A. Sickmann, 44, barking dog violation
John D. Fults, 47, OVI, criminal damaging, telecommunications harassment
Amanda E. Stahl, 29, theft
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