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Two men shot to death on North Dixie Drive were friends
 The names of the two men found shot to death Monday in a Harrison Twp. car dealership have been released, but their autopsies are still pending. LISTEN: The 911 call about the North Dixie shooting The men, reportedly friends, were officially identified Tuesday as Buck-I Auto Sales owner Frank D. Buck, 71, and Lester Golson, 59, according...

Posted: 7 hours ago

The names of the two men found shot to death Monday in a Harrison Twp. car dealership have been released, but their autopsies are still pending. LISTEN: The 911 call about the North Dixie shooting The men, reportedly friends, were officially identified Tuesday as Buck-I Auto Sales owner Frank D. Buck, 71, and Lester Golson, 59, according...
New trial date set for former jail captain’s trial
 The former Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain charged with misdemeanor assault for pepper-spraying an inmate in a restraint chair had her trial pushed back until May 29. A previously unscheduled hearing in Dayton Municipal Court was held Feb. 12 in which Judith Sealey’s trial was continued from March 22. RELATED: Jail...

Posted: 12 hours ago

The former Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain charged with misdemeanor assault for pepper-spraying an inmate in a restraint chair had her trial pushed back until May 29. A previously unscheduled hearing in Dayton Municipal Court was held Feb. 12 in which Judith Sealey’s trial was continued from March 22. RELATED: Jail...
North Dixie shooting leaves two dead: What we know now
 Police are continuing to investigate what precipitated two men being found shot to death inside Buck-I Auto Sales at 2801 N. Dixie Drive on Monday. The deceased men were officially identified today as dealership owner Frank D. Buck, 71, and Lester Golson, 59, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. Their autopsies were...

Posted: 14 hours ago

Police are continuing to investigate what precipitated two men being found shot to death inside Buck-I Auto Sales at 2801 N. Dixie Drive on Monday. The deceased men were officially identified today as dealership owner Frank D. Buck, 71, and Lester Golson, 59, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. Their autopsies were...
Coroner’s office identifies 2 men found shot to death at Harrison Twp. auto dealership
 The two men found shot to death in a Harrison Twp. auto dealership were identified by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office as Frank D. Buck, 71, and Lester Golson, 59, both of Dayton. Both men’s autopsies are taking place this morning. Originally, a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain said the men’s ages were...

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The two men found shot to death in a Harrison Twp. auto dealership were identified by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office as Frank D. Buck, 71, and Lester Golson, 59, both of Dayton. Both men’s autopsies are taking place this morning. Originally, a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain said the men’s ages were...
Cop killings up so far in 2018; Westerville officers mourned
 Two Westerville police officers killed last weekend and another slain Tuesday in Chicago brought to 12 the number of cops gunned down in the line of duty this year, marking a dramatic increase in such tragedies compared to this time in previous years. The last such incident locally was New Year’s Day 2011, when Clark County Sheriff&rsquo...

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Two Westerville police officers killed last weekend and another slain Tuesday in Chicago brought to 12 the number of cops gunned down in the line of duty this year, marking a dramatic increase in such tragedies compared to this time in previous years. The last such incident locally was New Year’s Day 2011, when Clark County Sheriff&rsquo...
Stranger who snatched Kettering woman from street 9 years ago convicted of rape
 Nearly nine years after she was kidnapped and raped in a pickup truck after walking a Kettering street in search of ice cream, an Ohio woman saw her assailant convicted. A Montgomery County Common Pleas Court jury found Ted A. Mullins guilty of kidnapping and three counts of rape for a June 2009 incident attack against a now-33-year-old woman...

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Nearly nine years after she was kidnapped and raped in a pickup truck after walking a Kettering street in search of ice cream, an Ohio woman saw her assailant convicted. A Montgomery County Common Pleas Court jury found Ted A. Mullins guilty of kidnapping and three counts of rape for a June 2009 incident attack against a now-33-year-old woman...
6 teens accused in Huber cell phone store robbery face new hearings
 The six juveniles that the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office says are connected to two local gangs and charged with a Huber Heights AT&T armed robbery will have probable cause hearings in April, a judge ordered Friday. Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi scheduled half of the juveniles to appear April 2 and the other...

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The six juveniles that the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office says are connected to two local gangs and charged with a Huber Heights AT&T armed robbery will have probable cause hearings in April, a judge ordered Friday. Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi scheduled half of the juveniles to appear April 2 and the other...
Verdict reached in Kettering stranger rape case
 A Montgomery County Common Pleas Court jury found Ted Mullins guilty of kidnapping and three counts of rape for a 2009 attack against a now-33-year-old woman.  After telling Judge Dennis Langer at noon that it couldn’t reach a verdict, the jury worked through lunch and reached their verdict at about 1:30 p.m.   The victim...

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A Montgomery County Common Pleas Court jury found Ted Mullins guilty of kidnapping and three counts of rape for a 2009 attack against a now-33-year-old woman.  After telling Judge Dennis Langer at noon that it couldn’t reach a verdict, the jury worked through lunch and reached their verdict at about 1:30 p.m.   The victim...
‘It felt like an eternity:’ Rape victim testifies about 2009 incident
 A woman who said she was raped by a stranger in 2009 testified Tuesday about how she was dragged into a pickup, raped, forced to perform oral sex and dropped off in a Kettering neighborhood. Ted Mullins, 47, is on trial in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for several counts of kidnapping and raping the woman — who is not being named...

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A woman who said she was raped by a stranger in 2009 testified Tuesday about how she was dragged into a pickup, raped, forced to perform oral sex and dropped off in a Kettering neighborhood. Ted Mullins, 47, is on trial in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for several counts of kidnapping and raping the woman — who is not being named...
Grand jury to hear cases against 4 accused of having ATM skimmers, fake credit cards
 The four Brazilian men accused of possessing sophisticated ATM skimming equipment and more than 400 counterfeit credit cards will have their cases bound over to a grand jury, a federal magistrate judge ruled Monday. A joint preliminary hearing was held in front of U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Michael Newman for Leonardo Wolf Targino...

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The four Brazilian men accused of possessing sophisticated ATM skimming equipment and more than 400 counterfeit credit cards will have their cases bound over to a grand jury, a federal magistrate judge ruled Monday. A joint preliminary hearing was held in front of U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Michael Newman for Leonardo Wolf Targino...
Dayton man sentenced for distributing fentanyl
 A 37-year-old Dayton man was sentenced to a decade in federal prison for distributing fentanyl, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Nicholas Gay, who had pleaded guilty in September, was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Dayton’s U.S. District Court by Judge Walter Rice after a case brought by the Montgomery County Regional...

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A 37-year-old Dayton man was sentenced to a decade in federal prison for distributing fentanyl, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Nicholas Gay, who had pleaded guilty in September, was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Dayton’s U.S. District Court by Judge Walter Rice after a case brought by the Montgomery County Regional...
Dayton man latest sentenced in string of region’s pharmacy robberies
 A 22-year-old Dayton man is the latest person to be sentenced in connection with a string of 36 burglaries across the region dating back to October 2016. Jamie D. Williams was sentenced in Dayton’s U.S. District Court to four years and three months in prison. He had earlier pleaded guilty to two of five indicted counts filed. The other...

Posted: 8 days ago

A 22-year-old Dayton man is the latest person to be sentenced in connection with a string of 36 burglaries across the region dating back to October 2016. Jamie D. Williams was sentenced in Dayton’s U.S. District Court to four years and three months in prison. He had earlier pleaded guilty to two of five indicted counts filed. The other...
Dangerous trend: More youth joining gangs, carrying guns
 The seven youths charged with wearing masks and robbing a Huber Heights AT&T store while carrying guns are affiliated with two local juvenile gangs, officials say — the latest indication of an uptick in crime by young members of armed gangs. “We’re on a downhill (slide) right now. It’s getting bad,” said Montgomery...

Posted: 11 days ago

The seven youths charged with wearing masks and robbing a Huber Heights AT&T store while carrying guns are affiliated with two local juvenile gangs, officials say — the latest indication of an uptick in crime by young members of armed gangs. “We’re on a downhill (slide) right now. It’s getting bad,” said Montgomery...
No cover-up of pepper-spray incident, sheriff’s investigation finds
 An internal Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office investigative report found a “clear breakdown” in the reporting of a pepper-spray incident involving a restrained jail inmate who later sued the county and reached a settlement for $375.000. The Jan. 2, 2018, report by Det. Bryan Cavender, which was obtained by the Dayton...

Posted: 11 days ago

An internal Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office investigative report found a “clear breakdown” in the reporting of a pepper-spray incident involving a restrained jail inmate who later sued the county and reached a settlement for $375.000. The Jan. 2, 2018, report by Det. Bryan Cavender, which was obtained by the Dayton...
Detective: Teen gangs more volatile, violent
 Seven teens accused of robbing a Huber Heights cell phone store with guns in broad daylight is the latest example of juvenile gangs committing increasingly brazen crimes, a local sheriff’s investigator says. “It’s getting bad,” said Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office detective Brian Shiverdecker, who has tracked...

Posted: 11 days ago

Seven teens accused of robbing a Huber Heights cell phone store with guns in broad daylight is the latest example of juvenile gangs committing increasingly brazen crimes, a local sheriff’s investigator says. “It’s getting bad,” said Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office detective Brian Shiverdecker, who has tracked...
2nd person charged with threatening juvenile judge on social media
 A mugshot has been released of a second man charged with making threats on social media toward juvenile court judge Anthony Capizzi. Marquan Cooper, 22, is wanted on a charge of intimidation.  A second person has now been charged with making threats on social media toward juvenile court judge Anthony Capizzi. Marquan Cooper, 22, of Dayton...

Posted: 12 days ago

A mugshot has been released of a second man charged with making threats on social media toward juvenile court judge Anthony Capizzi. Marquan Cooper, 22, is wanted on a charge of intimidation.  A second person has now been charged with making threats on social media toward juvenile court judge Anthony Capizzi. Marquan Cooper, 22, of Dayton...
Montgomery County judge to retire; two file for Common Pleas seat
 Judge Dennis Langer, a fixture on the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court bench, is retiring and two people have filed petitions seeking the judgeship.   Kate Bowling, a Centerville Republican, and Mary Montgomery, a Democrat from Oakwood, each turned in petitions with the county’s Board of Elections prior to the filing deadline...

Posted: 13 days ago

Judge Dennis Langer, a fixture on the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court bench, is retiring and two people have filed petitions seeking the judgeship.   Kate Bowling, a Centerville Republican, and Mary Montgomery, a Democrat from Oakwood, each turned in petitions with the county’s Board of Elections prior to the filing deadline...
Social media threats made against judge in Huber robbery case
 Some law enforcement agencies have been made aware of social media threats made against Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi. Facebook posts referencing last week’s initial appearance of six teens allegedly involved in a Huber Heights cell phone store armed robbery appeared to try to intimidate the judge handling the...

Posted: 13 days ago

Some law enforcement agencies have been made aware of social media threats made against Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi. Facebook posts referencing last week’s initial appearance of six teens allegedly involved in a Huber Heights cell phone store armed robbery appeared to try to intimidate the judge handling the...
NEW DETAILS: Dayton detective who shot at suspect back to full duty
 The Dayton police detective who fired his service weapon at a suspect who allegedly drove his vehicle at the officer returned to full duty on Monday, a police spokeswoman said. Police said Det. Justin Saunders fired shots Jan. 20 during an investigation outside Lev’s Pawn Shop on Salem Avenue after the driver of a suspect vehicle &ldquo...

Posted: 13 days ago

The Dayton police detective who fired his service weapon at a suspect who allegedly drove his vehicle at the officer returned to full duty on Monday, a police spokeswoman said. Police said Det. Justin Saunders fired shots Jan. 20 during an investigation outside Lev’s Pawn Shop on Salem Avenue after the driver of a suspect vehicle &ldquo...
Ohio senators further process to name Dayton federal building for Rice
 Ohio’s United States senators on Tuesday introduced legislation to rename Dayton’s federal building and courthouse for U.S. District Court Judge Walter H. Rice. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) put forth a companion version of a House of Representatives bill brought by U.S. Rep. Michael Turner (R-OH-10). PREVIOUSLY...

Posted: 14 days ago

Ohio’s United States senators on Tuesday introduced legislation to rename Dayton’s federal building and courthouse for U.S. District Court Judge Walter H. Rice. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) put forth a companion version of a House of Representatives bill brought by U.S. Rep. Michael Turner (R-OH-10). PREVIOUSLY...
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