Vandalia Police Reports

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

July 10

Rhonda L. Pickelsimer, 42, was arrested on a warrant out of Findlay Municipal Court for OVI. She was transported to the county jail.

A man was transported to Miami Valley Hospital on an emergency admission after police were called reference to a possible overdose.

July 11

Charles Aguilar, Jr., 40, was arrested on two counts of assault and one count of disorderly conduct after an incident on E. National Road. He was taken to the county jail.

Key Bank reported a suspicious online account being opened in the name of a Vandalia resident who had no knowledge of the account. The investigation continues.

Police responded to High Tech Elastomers on Scholz Drive on the report of a vehicle being broken into. The investigation continues.

A 15-year old juvenile was charged with being unruly at the request of his father after incidents at the home. The case was referred to Juvenile Court.

July 12

An unknown female entered the Speedway on E. National Road and stole nine boxes of 5 Hour Energy. The investigation continues.

Jim’s Donuts reported a customer paid with a counterfeit $20 bill. The bill was placed in the police property room.

Police responded to ViaQuest on the report of a rape involving one of its clients. The investigation continues.

July 13

A resident on Buttercup Ave. reported the rear windshield of her vehicle damaged by an unknown person. Investigation revealed a small hole consistent with having been shot with a pellet gun. The investigation continues.

July 14

Police responded to the report of a theft on Donora Dr. and after investigation it was determined a burglary had taken place around two days earlier. The investigation continues.

An unknown subject broke the back window of an auto parked at Kenbrook Drive. It did not appear anything was taken from the vehicle. The investigation continues.

License plates were confiscated from a vehicle parked at Travelodge per BMV order.

Officers responded to an address on E. Alkaline Springs Road on the report of a possible drug overdose. Medics were able to revive Christine L. Suddeth, 45, and she was subsequently charged with endangering children since she overdosed while a child was in her care. Due to the condition of the residence, it was condemned by the City of Vandalia and Montgomery County Children Services responded to take custody of the juvenile.

July 15

A man was transported to Grandview Hospital after barricading himself in a room and police determined he was a danger to himself.

Shad W. Ream, 19, was arrested for OVI after officers were called to Larry Avenue on the report of a man passed out behind the wheel. He was released to his father.

July 16

Nickolas E. Post, 24, was arrested for disorderly conduct/intoxication after officers responded to Little York Tavern. He was taken to the county jail.

July 17

Michelle L. Chandler, 46, was charged with disorderly conduct/intoxication after being found laying partially in the roadway on Stoney Springs. She was transported to Grandview Hospital.

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By Darrell Wacker

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