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Kettering officer who shot man pulled weapon twice while working at UD
 The Kettering police officer who fatally shot a man during a traffic stop twice pointed his weapon at people — and was exonerated both times — while working for the University of Dayton, according to personnel records obtained by this news organization. Officer Jonathon McCoy, 27, shot and killed Jason Hoops, who was a passenger...

Posted: 15 days ago

The Kettering police officer who fatally shot a man during a traffic stop twice pointed his weapon at people — and was exonerated both times — while working for the University of Dayton, according to personnel records obtained by this news organization. Officer Jonathon McCoy, 27, shot and killed Jason Hoops, who was a passenger...
Family of man shot by Kettering police hires attorney, demands review
 The family of a man shot and killed by Kettering police have hired an attorney and are demanding a more thorough review of the man’s death. Michael Hoops, the father of Jason Hoops, announced today that he hired area attorney Konrad Kircher “to represent the family concerning the circumstances of Jason’s death.” RELATED...

Posted: 17 days ago

The family of a man shot and killed by Kettering police have hired an attorney and are demanding a more thorough review of the man’s death. Michael Hoops, the father of Jason Hoops, announced today that he hired area attorney Konrad Kircher “to represent the family concerning the circumstances of Jason’s death.” RELATED...
Kettering officer issues nearly 30 commands before firing fatal shots
 Kettering police officer Jonathon McCoy gave nearly 30 commands to the occupants of a gray Ford van last Sunday once he saw the front-seat passenger had a gun in his right front pocket. What started as a traffic stop of the woman driver for not signaling while changing lanes and malfunctioning brake lights escalated into an officer firing...

Posted: 20 days ago

Kettering police officer Jonathon McCoy gave nearly 30 commands to the occupants of a gray Ford van last Sunday once he saw the front-seat passenger had a gun in his right front pocket. What started as a traffic stop of the woman driver for not signaling while changing lanes and malfunctioning brake lights escalated into an officer firing...
Mother facing deportation pleads for mercy because of disabled son
 Sitting in her Englewood home, Fatiha Elgharib sobbed when asked what she will do if immigration officials follow through on their pledge to deport her, separating her from her two daughters and disabled teenage son for whom she is the primary caregiver. “I might as well die,” said Elgharib, 58. She came to the U.S. legally from...

Posted: 21 days ago

Sitting in her Englewood home, Fatiha Elgharib sobbed when asked what she will do if immigration officials follow through on their pledge to deport her, separating her from her two daughters and disabled teenage son for whom she is the primary caregiver. “I might as well die,” said Elgharib, 58. She came to the U.S. legally from...
Captain in pepper-spray case applies for medical disability retirement
 The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain being criminally investigated for pepper-spraying a restrained inmate has filed for a medical disability retirement. Capt. Judith Sealey filed a disability benefit application with the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS), according to documents obtained by this news organization...

Posted: 21 days ago

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain being criminally investigated for pepper-spraying a restrained inmate has filed for a medical disability retirement. Capt. Judith Sealey filed a disability benefit application with the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS), according to documents obtained by this news organization...
Man found with $200,000 in drug trafficking money sentenced
 The 21-year-old man accused of having $200,000 in drug trafficking money was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison. Josue Amaya-Salazar had pleaded guilty by bill of information in Dayton’s U.S. District Court to one count of attempted international money laundering. RELATED: Man found with $200,000 and heroin pleads guilty U...

Posted: 22 days ago

The 21-year-old man accused of having $200,000 in drug trafficking money was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison. Josue Amaya-Salazar had pleaded guilty by bill of information in Dayton’s U.S. District Court to one count of attempted international money laundering. RELATED: Man found with $200,000 and heroin pleads guilty U...
Feds charge 3 for allegedly producing fake immigration, other IDs
 Three Dayton residents — including two brothers who have illegally entered the United States several times — have run a fake identification business catering to people who want immigration, state and federal IDs, according to the United States Secret Service. Blas Martinez-Roldan, 41, Miguel Martinez-Roldan, 44, and his wife,...

Posted: 22 days ago

Three Dayton residents — including two brothers who have illegally entered the United States several times — have run a fake identification business catering to people who want immigration, state and federal IDs, according to the United States Secret Service. Blas Martinez-Roldan, 41, Miguel Martinez-Roldan, 44, and his wife,...
Doctor, wife plead guilty in Dayton ‘pill mill’ case
 A Dayton doctor and his wife federally indicted on 20 counts for allegedly running a “pill mill” that saw seven patients die of painkiller drug overdoses pleaded guilty Tuesday in Dayton’s District Court. Dr. David Kirkwood, 61, and Beverly Kirkwood, 50, pleaded guilty to lesser charges in front of U.S. District Court Judge...

Posted: 23 days ago

A Dayton doctor and his wife federally indicted on 20 counts for allegedly running a “pill mill” that saw seven patients die of painkiller drug overdoses pleaded guilty Tuesday in Dayton’s District Court. Dr. David Kirkwood, 61, and Beverly Kirkwood, 50, pleaded guilty to lesser charges in front of U.S. District Court Judge...
Kettering police-involved fatal shooting: 5 questions we’re asking
 Kettering police say a pipe bomb was found today during a search of the Dayton apartment on South McGee Street rented by Jason Hoops, the man that was shot and killed Sunday during a traffic stop near Craig Drive and East Bataan Drive. Hoops, 33, was shot and killed after Kettering police officer Jonathon McCoy called for a “Signal...

Posted: 23 days ago

Kettering police say a pipe bomb was found today during a search of the Dayton apartment on South McGee Street rented by Jason Hoops, the man that was shot and killed Sunday during a traffic stop near Craig Drive and East Bataan Drive. Hoops, 33, was shot and killed after Kettering police officer Jonathon McCoy called for a “Signal...
Convict who showed off gun on Facebook sentenced for federal gun crime
 A convicted heroin dealer who showed off his Springfield Armory 9 mm handgun on Facebook was sentenced Tuesday for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Jamon Lacking, 28, will serve five years in federal prison after being sentenced by Judge Thomas Rose in Dayton’s U.S. District Court. Lacking will be given jail-time credit for...

Posted: 23 days ago

A convicted heroin dealer who showed off his Springfield Armory 9 mm handgun on Facebook was sentenced Tuesday for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Jamon Lacking, 28, will serve five years in federal prison after being sentenced by Judge Thomas Rose in Dayton’s U.S. District Court. Lacking will be given jail-time credit for...
Kettering shooting is 6th by cop this year; here are the others
 Sunday’s fatal shooting by a Kettering police officer was the sixth officer-involved shooting in the region this year, according to the I-Team’s searchable database of area officer-involved shootings. This is the first incident involving Kettering police in the database, which goes back to 1995. SEARCH THE DATABASE: When police...

Posted: 23 days ago

Sunday’s fatal shooting by a Kettering police officer was the sixth officer-involved shooting in the region this year, according to the I-Team’s searchable database of area officer-involved shootings. This is the first incident involving Kettering police in the database, which goes back to 1995. SEARCH THE DATABASE: When police...
Kettering chief asks for patience in fatal police shooting probe
 Kettering police Chief Chip Protsman is asking residents to wait for answers about Sunday night’s police-involved fatal shooting. Police officer Jonathon McCoy shot and killed Jason M. Hoops, 33, of Fairborn after a traffic stop of his gray Ford van Sunday evening near Craig Drive and East Bataan Drive. Protsman didn’t respond...

Posted: 24 days ago

Kettering police Chief Chip Protsman is asking residents to wait for answers about Sunday night’s police-involved fatal shooting. Police officer Jonathon McCoy shot and killed Jason M. Hoops, 33, of Fairborn after a traffic stop of his gray Ford van Sunday evening near Craig Drive and East Bataan Drive. Protsman didn’t respond...
Deadly Kettering police-involved shooting: What we know now
 Kettering police officer Jonathon McCoy shot and killed Jason Hoops, 33, of Fairborn after a traffic stop of his gray Ford van Sunday evening near Craig Drive and East Bataan Drive. “I’m very proud of the way they handled the situation,” Kettering police Chip Protsman said during a Monday press conference about his officers&rsquo...

Posted: 24 days ago

Kettering police officer Jonathon McCoy shot and killed Jason Hoops, 33, of Fairborn after a traffic stop of his gray Ford van Sunday evening near Craig Drive and East Bataan Drive. “I’m very proud of the way they handled the situation,” Kettering police Chip Protsman said during a Monday press conference about his officers&rsquo...
Alleged Dayton ‘pill mill’ doctor who had 7 patients die set for plea
 A Dayton doctor federally indicted on 20 counts related to allegedly running a “pill mill” that saw seven patients die of painkiller drug overdoses is scheduled for a Tuesday change of plea. Dr. David Kirkwood’s attorney declined to comment, and a federal prosecutor didn’t return a message seeking comment. Kirkwood...

Posted: 25 days ago

A Dayton doctor federally indicted on 20 counts related to allegedly running a “pill mill” that saw seven patients die of painkiller drug overdoses is scheduled for a Tuesday change of plea. Dr. David Kirkwood’s attorney declined to comment, and a federal prosecutor didn’t return a message seeking comment. Kirkwood...
Police shooting: Kettering cruiser camera video released
 Kettering police Chief Chip Protsman released cruiser camera footage from the officer-involved shooting that left Jason Hoops, 33, dead.  Officer Jonathon McCoy on administrative leave until investigation finishes
Dead man is Jason Hoops, 33, of Dayton
Cruiser footage shows 13 minutes of activity, leading up to, during and after...

Posted: 25 days ago

Kettering police Chief Chip Protsman released cruiser camera footage from the officer-involved shooting that left Jason Hoops, 33, dead.  Officer Jonathon McCoy on administrative leave until investigation finishes Dead man is Jason Hoops, 33, of Dayton Cruiser footage shows 13 minutes of activity, leading up to, during and after...
Strip club sues to recover $25K fine for nudity charge
 A local strip club is suing two Ohio agencies to get back a $25,000 fine levied against it due to an alleged nudity violation that put its liquor license in jeopardy. WCI, Inc., which operates Cheeks Gentlemen’s Club in West Carrollton, has sued the Ohio Liquor Control Commission and the Ohio Dept. of Public Safety in Dayton’s...

Posted: 27 days ago

A local strip club is suing two Ohio agencies to get back a $25,000 fine levied against it due to an alleged nudity violation that put its liquor license in jeopardy. WCI, Inc., which operates Cheeks Gentlemen’s Club in West Carrollton, has sued the Ohio Liquor Control Commission and the Ohio Dept. of Public Safety in Dayton’s...
New Carlisle pee wee coach sentenced in child porn case
 A Clark County man and former pee wee football coach who pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography was sentenced this week to 10 years in federal prison. Timothy K. Wright, 46, of New Carlisle was sentenced Wednesday in Dayton’s U.S. District Court, according to the office of Judge Walter Rice. Wright’s July 25 sentencing...

Posted: 28 days ago

A Clark County man and former pee wee football coach who pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography was sentenced this week to 10 years in federal prison. Timothy K. Wright, 46, of New Carlisle was sentenced Wednesday in Dayton’s U.S. District Court, according to the office of Judge Walter Rice. Wright’s July 25 sentencing...
Captain in pepper spray incident ‘did not break the law’, attorney says
 The Montgomery County Sheriff’s captain at the center of a recently settled $375,000 lawsuit for pepper spraying a restrained inmate is not guilty of any crime, her attorney said. Capt. Judith Sealey was cleared of felony charges by a Montgomery County grand jury, but could still face misdemeanor charges being considered by Cincinnati...

Posted: 28 days ago

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s captain at the center of a recently settled $375,000 lawsuit for pepper spraying a restrained inmate is not guilty of any crime, her attorney said. Capt. Judith Sealey was cleared of felony charges by a Montgomery County grand jury, but could still face misdemeanor charges being considered by Cincinnati...
Dad of teen who died of OD expected to get out of jail
 The father of a teen who died of a suspected overdose who prosecutors allege “did nothing for hours, and hours, as his son’s breathing became more labored” had his bond reduced on a different case Wednesday and was expected to be released from jail. Robert Wylie, 40, was living in an RV in “deplorable conditions&rdquo...

Posted: 30 days ago

The father of a teen who died of a suspected overdose who prosecutors allege “did nothing for hours, and hours, as his son’s breathing became more labored” had his bond reduced on a different case Wednesday and was expected to be released from jail. Robert Wylie, 40, was living in an RV in “deplorable conditions&rdquo...
Dayton asks Cincinnati to review jail pepper spray case
 Dayton officials have asked their counterparts in Cincinnati to decide whether a corrections officer at the Montgomery County Jail committed a crime when she pepper sprayed an inmate who was strapped into a seven-point harness. Montgomery County prosecutors already have passed on felony charges in the case, which spurred a civil lawsuit &mdash...

Posted: 30 days ago

Dayton officials have asked their counterparts in Cincinnati to decide whether a corrections officer at the Montgomery County Jail committed a crime when she pepper sprayed an inmate who was strapped into a seven-point harness. Montgomery County prosecutors already have passed on felony charges in the case, which spurred a civil lawsuit &mdash...
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