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Feds charge 2 men for trafficking at least 11 pounds of cocaine
 Two men who stayed at a Miller Lane Hotel in June have been accused of trafficking more than 11 pounds of cocaine, with one man telling investigators they sold most to a drug dealer in Detroit and some in Dayton. Jorge Enriquez, 25, and Jose Sloss, 34, face charges in Dayton’s U.S. District Court, according to a complaint written by...

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Two men who stayed at a Miller Lane Hotel in June have been accused of trafficking more than 11 pounds of cocaine, with one man telling investigators they sold most to a drug dealer in Detroit and some in Dayton. Jorge Enriquez, 25, and Jose Sloss, 34, face charges in Dayton’s U.S. District Court, according to a complaint written by...
Man whose body pulled from creek told 911 ‘I’d rather be humiliated than dead’
 The 71-year-old man who died and whose body was pulled out of Wolf Creek on Wednesday had called 911 and tried to let police know he needed help.  “I need a rescue,” Charles Romine told a 911 dispatcher, according to the recording obtained by this news organization. “I’ve been on these rocks for, like, three...

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The 71-year-old man who died and whose body was pulled out of Wolf Creek on Wednesday had called 911 and tried to let police know he needed help.  “I need a rescue,” Charles Romine told a 911 dispatcher, according to the recording obtained by this news organization. “I’ve been on these rocks for, like, three...
Ex-jail officer disciplined for actions that spurred federal lawsuit
 The former Montgomery County Jail corrections officer recently sued for his 2015 take-down of a 60-year-old woman was disciplined for his actions. Personnel records obtained by this news organization show former Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office corrections officer David E. Stemp was given a letter of caution for failing to notify...

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The former Montgomery County Jail corrections officer recently sued for his 2015 take-down of a 60-year-old woman was disciplined for his actions. Personnel records obtained by this news organization show former Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office corrections officer David E. Stemp was given a letter of caution for failing to notify...
Dayton murder suspect pleads no contest, to be sentenced next month
 Joshua Verdell entered a no contest plea to murder and other charges and was found guilty Wednesday in the December 2016 shooting death of 27-year-old Stephan Shyne. Verdell, 28, was to go to trial next week in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Instead, he pleaded as charged. His attorney, Jay Carter, said Verdell wants to challenge on...

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Joshua Verdell entered a no contest plea to murder and other charges and was found guilty Wednesday in the December 2016 shooting death of 27-year-old Stephan Shyne. Verdell, 28, was to go to trial next week in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Instead, he pleaded as charged. His attorney, Jay Carter, said Verdell wants to challenge on...
Ex-Dayton drama teacher accused of obscenity wants evidence suppressed
 Former Dayton Public School teacher John S. Findley, indicted on seven counts of pandering obscenity of a minor, has a suppression hearing scheduled for Nov. 1. Findley, 34, appeared in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday for a scheduling conference. The former Stivers School for the Arts drama teacher is out on bond with conditions...

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Former Dayton Public School teacher John S. Findley, indicted on seven counts of pandering obscenity of a minor, has a suppression hearing scheduled for Nov. 1. Findley, 34, appeared in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday for a scheduling conference. The former Stivers School for the Arts drama teacher is out on bond with conditions...
Woman pleads to lowest count in case involving 26 pounds of meth
 UPDATE (3:25 p.m.) Haley N. Bigelow pleaded and was found guilty Wednesday in Dayton’s U.S. District Court of interstate traveling to support a business enterprise involving controlled substances. Bigelow, 21, is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 12 for a crime that carries a zero- to 5-year sentence. “Guilty,” Bigelow said...

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UPDATE (3:25 p.m.) Haley N. Bigelow pleaded and was found guilty Wednesday in Dayton’s U.S. District Court of interstate traveling to support a business enterprise involving controlled substances. Bigelow, 21, is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 12 for a crime that carries a zero- to 5-year sentence. “Guilty,” Bigelow said...
Grieving mom says baby’s ashes mishandled by funeral home, files suit
 Thomas Funeral Home allegedly lost the cremains of a mother’s stillborn daughter and covered up their actions by giving her four containers allegedly filled with the baby’s ashes, according to a lawsuit filed in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Brandy Davis’ baby, Bradleigh Lee Black, was stillborn Sept. 16, 2016 and...

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Thomas Funeral Home allegedly lost the cremains of a mother’s stillborn daughter and covered up their actions by giving her four containers allegedly filled with the baby’s ashes, according to a lawsuit filed in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Brandy Davis’ baby, Bradleigh Lee Black, was stillborn Sept. 16, 2016 and...
5 new details from court documents in case where babysitter was shot
 Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Gregory Singer’s decision overruling multiple defense motions by an attorney for Kara Parisi-King included more facts about the shooting of Taylor Brandenburg in which Chuckie Lee is accused of murder.  Brandenburg, 20, was shot to death March 12 outside a Huffman Avenue home after police...

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Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Gregory Singer’s decision overruling multiple defense motions by an attorney for Kara Parisi-King included more facts about the shooting of Taylor Brandenburg in which Chuckie Lee is accused of murder.  Brandenburg, 20, was shot to death March 12 outside a Huffman Avenue home after police...
Co-defendant in babysitter slaying seeks ‘battered woman’ defense
 The girlfriend of a Dayton man accused of killing a woman who was babysitting wants to have her complicity to commit murder case trial severed from her boyfriend’s because her attorneys say she suffered from “battered woman syndrome.” Attorney Ben Swift wrote that testimony could show that Kara Parisi-King — who recently...

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The girlfriend of a Dayton man accused of killing a woman who was babysitting wants to have her complicity to commit murder case trial severed from her boyfriend’s because her attorneys say she suffered from “battered woman syndrome.” Attorney Ben Swift wrote that testimony could show that Kara Parisi-King — who recently...
Judge sets trial date in UD football ‘hazing’ lawsuit
 A judge has scheduled a trial date for the “hazing” lawsuit against the University of Dayton by an ex-football player who said he suffered a brain injury after hard drinking during the 2014 “Mad Dogs” event for freshman team members. RELATED: Judge denies UD’s motion to dismiss ‘hazing’ lawsuit Judge...

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A judge has scheduled a trial date for the “hazing” lawsuit against the University of Dayton by an ex-football player who said he suffered a brain injury after hard drinking during the 2014 “Mad Dogs” event for freshman team members. RELATED: Judge denies UD’s motion to dismiss ‘hazing’ lawsuit Judge...
New details in crash that killed Preble County couple, child
 The village of Camden is mourning the deaths of a mother, father and 3-year-old girl killed Tuesday in a crash when witnesses said a semi tractor-trailer an a red light at the corner of U.S. 127 and State Route 725. Meantime, law enforcement is investigating whether the semi was speeding when it reportedly blew threw a stop and caused a chain-reaction...

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The village of Camden is mourning the deaths of a mother, father and 3-year-old girl killed Tuesday in a crash when witnesses said a semi tractor-trailer an a red light at the corner of U.S. 127 and State Route 725. Meantime, law enforcement is investigating whether the semi was speeding when it reportedly blew threw a stop and caused a chain-reaction...
WPAFB engineer who lied about ‘romantic liaisons’ sentenced
 A Wright-Patterson Air Force Base aeronautical engineer who falsely filled out a national security questionnaire regarding romantic liaisons with a foreign national was sentenced Wednesday in federal court. Michael Volf Ol, who told U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Rose that he was “remorseful,” received probation and was ordered...

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A Wright-Patterson Air Force Base aeronautical engineer who falsely filled out a national security questionnaire regarding romantic liaisons with a foreign national was sentenced Wednesday in federal court. Michael Volf Ol, who told U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Rose that he was “remorseful,” received probation and was ordered...
Co-defendants in babysitter murder case waive speedy trial rights
 Co-defendants in the murder of a Dayton woman who was babysitting when she was shot and killed have waived their speedy trial rights. RELATED: Babysitter ‘true victim’ in Dayton homicide, police say Attorneys for Chuckie Lee and Kara Parisi-King waived time after a lengthy sidebar Tuesday during a scheduling conference, which...

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Co-defendants in the murder of a Dayton woman who was babysitting when she was shot and killed have waived their speedy trial rights. RELATED: Babysitter ‘true victim’ in Dayton homicide, police say Attorneys for Chuckie Lee and Kara Parisi-King waived time after a lengthy sidebar Tuesday during a scheduling conference, which...
Dayton man guilty in teen human trafficking case
 Jermar White was found guilty by a judge today in a teen sex trafficking case.  The 32-year-old Dayton man will be sentenced in October to counts of trafficking in persons, compelling prostitution, pandering obscenity involving a minor and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.  The offenses involved two juvenile females that White...

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Jermar White was found guilty by a judge today in a teen sex trafficking case.  The 32-year-old Dayton man will be sentenced in October to counts of trafficking in persons, compelling prostitution, pandering obscenity involving a minor and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.  The offenses involved two juvenile females that White...
Video shows incident involving woman who is suing jail staff
 Video obtained by the attorney of the woman who filed suit against Montgomery County Jail staff shows an altercation between the inmate and a corrections officer. Marsha Pate-Strickland claimed that, while an inmate at the jail two years ago, she wanted to exchange her juice for milk. That’s when the 60-year-old was ordered to stand...

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Video obtained by the attorney of the woman who filed suit against Montgomery County Jail staff shows an altercation between the inmate and a corrections officer. Marsha Pate-Strickland claimed that, while an inmate at the jail two years ago, she wanted to exchange her juice for milk. That’s when the 60-year-old was ordered to stand...
Strip club fatal shooting suspect arraigned in court
 Demetrius Williams was arraigned in common pleas court this morning on murder charges connected to the shooting death of Pierre Jackson outside Plush Gentleman’s Club in Harrison Twp. A judge set his bond at $1 million and a not guilty plea was entered by the court on his behalf. He’s due back in court on Oct. 5. Demetrius Williams...

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Demetrius Williams was arraigned in common pleas court this morning on murder charges connected to the shooting death of Pierre Jackson outside Plush Gentleman’s Club in Harrison Twp. A judge set his bond at $1 million and a not guilty plea was entered by the court on his behalf. He’s due back in court on Oct. 5. Demetrius Williams...
Federal judge guts tennis players’ lawsuits against Wright State
 A federal judge all but totally dismissed two lawsuits against Wright State University brought by former men’s tennis team members who alleged they did not get due process before being expelled from the university. U.S. District Court Judge Walter Rice ruled all the federal claims against WSU brought by Diego Venegas and Marc Sodini...

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A federal judge all but totally dismissed two lawsuits against Wright State University brought by former men’s tennis team members who alleged they did not get due process before being expelled from the university. U.S. District Court Judge Walter Rice ruled all the federal claims against WSU brought by Diego Venegas and Marc Sodini...
Woman claims she was slammed in lawsuit against Montgomery County Jail
 Marsha Pate-Strickland claims that while an inmate at the Montgomery County Jail two years ago, she wanted to exchange her juice for milk. That’s when the 60-year-old — according to federal lawsuit filed against the county, Sheriff Phil Plummer and others — was ordered to stand up and then forcefully grabbed by corrections...

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Marsha Pate-Strickland claims that while an inmate at the Montgomery County Jail two years ago, she wanted to exchange her juice for milk. That’s when the 60-year-old — according to federal lawsuit filed against the county, Sheriff Phil Plummer and others — was ordered to stand up and then forcefully grabbed by corrections...
Former teacher indicted on sex charges wants evidence suppressed
 Findley, 34, appeared in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday for a scheduling conference, and he now has a suppression hearing scheduled for Nov. 1. John S. Findley is scheduled to appear in Montgomery County Common Pleas court this morning for a scheduling conference. Dayton police are sill asking if anyone believes they were...

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Findley, 34, appeared in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday for a scheduling conference, and he now has a suppression hearing scheduled for Nov. 1. John S. Findley is scheduled to appear in Montgomery County Common Pleas court this morning for a scheduling conference. Dayton police are sill asking if anyone believes they were...
Kettering officer who shot man had twice pointed weapon while working for UD
 University of Dayton personnel records for the Kettering police officer involved in the fatal shooting of a man more than a week ago show the officer was exonerated after twice pointing his weapon at people while a member of the school’s police department. Officer Jonathon McCoy, 27, shot and killed Jason Hoops during a traffic stop...

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University of Dayton personnel records for the Kettering police officer involved in the fatal shooting of a man more than a week ago show the officer was exonerated after twice pointing his weapon at people while a member of the school’s police department. Officer Jonathon McCoy, 27, shot and killed Jason Hoops during a traffic stop...
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