VANDALIA – The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in court of law.
Melanie M. Lindsey-Graf, 42, was arrested on a warrant out of Fairborn Municipal Court for failure to appear on an OVI charge. She was transferred to a Beavercreek Police Officer.
Neil R. Stewart, 59, was issued a summons for disorderly conduct after an argument with a driver at the Flying J Travel Plaza.
A female stated she visited two bars during the evening of June 20 and after drinking a shot from an unknown male at the second bar she lost consciousness and woke up the next morning on a bench in Helke Park. The investigation continues.
A business owner reported that an unknown suspect is posing as him on LendingTree.com and applying for business loans. The investigation continues.
A complainant on Mossview Dr. reported that a shipment of three books was delivered and then stolen off her porch. The investigation continues.
Miranda K. Stauber, 35, was arrested for disorderly conduct after assaulting her husband. She was taken to the county jail.
An 11-year old juvenile was charged with being unruly after leaving a note she was running away. She was located by police and returned home.
A 17-year old juvenile was charged with being unruly after her mother asked her to take a drug test. The juvenile got in a car with the mother’s estranged husband and left without permission. Police returned her to her home.
Following a random license plate check at the Knights Inn, plates were removed from a vehicle per a confiscation order from the BMV.
Philip D. Taylor, 46, and Derryo D. Mason, 28, were both issued a summons for disorderly conduct after a fight in the lobby of the Travelodge on Poe Avenue. Mason was also trespassed from the property.
A business owner on S. Dixie Drive reported that a sub-contractor stole more than $2,000 from her business between July and December 2015. The investigation continues.
Police were dispatched to an address on N. Dixie Drive on the report of a person failing to pay for a taxi ride. The subject could not be located. The investigation continues.
Following a traffic stop for not having a license plate light, Jacob Williams was arrested on a felony warrant. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
A patient at Crossroads Rehab assaulted staff and was unable to be controlled. He was taken to Grandview Medical Center on an emergency admission.
A complainant reported that she paid $200 for concert tickets purchased on Craigslist but did not receive the email to print the tickets. The investigation continues.
Herbert L. Decker, 43, was arrested for OVI/Physical Control and resisting arrest after he was found passed out in a vehicle on Helke Road. Decker had to be tased twice and the assistance of a citizen was needed to take him into custody.
Matthew A. Collins, 26, was arrested for disorderly conduct after driving his car into a ditch on Stop Eight Road and getting into a fight with the homeowner. He was released to his father.
Eric D. Hatmaker, 23, was arrested for failure to appear on an original charge of theft. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
Ater a traffic stop, license plates were confiscated for being on the wrong vehicle. The driver, William Hayslett, was cited for driving under suspension and having fictitious plates.
Donna J. Haworth was issued a summons for violating Vandalia’s ordinance that bans feeding feral cats.
Jessica Hyre, 28, and Brandon W. Dotson, 29, were issued a summons for criminal trespassing after police responded to a report of a possible burglary on Foley Drive. Both were released.
After receiving a report of an impaired driver, Donald K. Ratliff, 51, was arrested for OVI/Physical Control after he was found in the parking lot of a business. He was released to his father.
Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @VandaliaDrummer.