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Dayton police have revived one overdose patient 20 times
 One east Dayton man has been revived by nalaxone 20 times by police, but a Dayton police major still doesn’t agree with a Middletown politician suggesting law enforcement stop responding to opioid overdoses. “We’ve Narcan’d the same guy 20 times,” Dayton police Major Brian Johns said. “There has to be some...

Posted: 24 days ago

One east Dayton man has been revived by nalaxone 20 times by police, but a Dayton police major still doesn’t agree with a Middletown politician suggesting law enforcement stop responding to opioid overdoses. “We’ve Narcan’d the same guy 20 times,” Dayton police Major Brian Johns said. “There has to be some...
Brother guilty in fatal church shooting sentenced to life in prison
 The Dayton man who shot his brother to death in the church their father founded was sentenced Wednesday to 31 years to life in prison —but wasn't in court to hear the sentence.   Daniel Schooler, 69, was “wallowing in his own fecal material” in jail and chose not to attend the sentencing, according to Montgomery...

Posted: 25 days ago

The Dayton man who shot his brother to death in the church their father founded was sentenced Wednesday to 31 years to life in prison —but wasn't in court to hear the sentence.   Daniel Schooler, 69, was “wallowing in his own fecal material” in jail and chose not to attend the sentencing, according to Montgomery...
NEW DETAILS: Harrison Twp. man faces charges of sex acts with teen
 A 64-year-old Harrison Twp. man faces federal charges related to alleged sex crimes against a 14-year-old girl, including taking her across state lines to have sex in his semi truck. William H. Sparks allegedly gave the girl two glasses of Sangria and directed her to perform a sex act on him after she went to a bedroom to watch cartoons,...

Posted: 27 days ago

A 64-year-old Harrison Twp. man faces federal charges related to alleged sex crimes against a 14-year-old girl, including taking her across state lines to have sex in his semi truck. William H. Sparks allegedly gave the girl two glasses of Sangria and directed her to perform a sex act on him after she went to a bedroom to watch cartoons,...
Drugs in the mail: Dangerous synthetic opioids ‘raised the stakes’
 Fentanyl is mailed to Dayton. Meth is shipped to Trotwood. Cash is sent from Dayton to California. Recent federal court search warrant affidavits filed in Dayton’s U.S. District Court detail the continual efforts to move drugs and money through the U.S. Postal Service. But the rise in dangerous synthetic drugs has “raised the...

Posted: 29 days ago

Fentanyl is mailed to Dayton. Meth is shipped to Trotwood. Cash is sent from Dayton to California. Recent federal court search warrant affidavits filed in Dayton’s U.S. District Court detail the continual efforts to move drugs and money through the U.S. Postal Service. But the rise in dangerous synthetic drugs has “raised the...
Task force seizes $300K of cocaine and $230K in cash, arrests 2
 The Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force seized three kilos of cocaine, more than $230,000 and arrested two Texas men accused of smuggling drugs across several states. A joint press release Friday from Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine estimated the street value of the cocaine at $300,000. MORE...

Posted: 29 days ago

The Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force seized three kilos of cocaine, more than $230,000 and arrested two Texas men accused of smuggling drugs across several states. A joint press release Friday from Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine estimated the street value of the cocaine at $300,000. MORE...
26 pounds of crystal meth seized by troopers on I-70
 A 39-year-old man and 20-year-old woman face a federal charge of attempting to distribute methamphetamine after they were found Wednesday morning with 26 pounds of crystal meth in their car, according to court documents. Dennis Olinger and Haley Nicole Bigelow were charged in Dayton’s U.S. District Court after a U.S. Drug Enforcement...

2:17 PM Thursday, Jun. 22, 2017

A 39-year-old man and 20-year-old woman face a federal charge of attempting to distribute methamphetamine after they were found Wednesday morning with 26 pounds of crystal meth in their car, according to court documents. Dennis Olinger and Haley Nicole Bigelow were charged in Dayton’s U.S. District Court after a U.S. Drug Enforcement...
Butler Twp. couple sues neighbors over barking dogs
 Good fences may make good neighbors, but alleged yappy dogs do not. A Butler Twp. couple has sued their neighbors because the neighbors’ dogs “habitually bark and make excessive noise.” Dr. Scott and Paula Wilcher sued Matthew and Nicole Pohl in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court and have asked for more than $125,000 in...

3:00 PM Wednesday, Jun. 21, 2017

Good fences may make good neighbors, but alleged yappy dogs do not. A Butler Twp. couple has sued their neighbors because the neighbors’ dogs “habitually bark and make excessive noise.” Dr. Scott and Paula Wilcher sued Matthew and Nicole Pohl in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court and have asked for more than $125,000 in...
Coroner’s office ID’s woman found shot in Dayton alley
 A 39-year-old Huber Heights woman was found shot to death early Wednesday in an alley behind West Norman Avenue in Dayton, police said.  Jasmine Wadsworth died of multiple gunshot wounds in what was ruled a homicide, according to the Montgomery County Coroner's Office.  Dayton police said they were dispatched to 24 W. Norman Ave...

10:47 AM Wednesday, Jun. 21, 2017

A 39-year-old Huber Heights woman was found shot to death early Wednesday in an alley behind West Norman Avenue in Dayton, police said.  Jasmine Wadsworth died of multiple gunshot wounds in what was ruled a homicide, according to the Montgomery County Coroner's Office.  Dayton police said they were dispatched to 24 W. Norman Ave...
Police: ‘Planned fight’ leads to 7 shot, stabbed 
 Seven people suffered gunshot or stab wounds early Wednesday during a “planned fight” on a basketball court near Kemp Elementary School in Dayton. Officers found three female victims in the 1900 block of Gondert Avenue
One female was shot, one was stabbed; a third was shot and stabbed
Four more victims with gunshot, stab...

4:54 AM Wednesday, Jun. 21, 2017

Seven people suffered gunshot or stab wounds early Wednesday during a “planned fight” on a basketball court near Kemp Elementary School in Dayton. Officers found three female victims in the 1900 block of Gondert Avenue One female was shot, one was stabbed; a third was shot and stabbed Four more victims with gunshot, stab...
Dayton teen overdose victim remembered as protector, organ donor
 Even though 13-year-old Nathan Wylie died April 1 of a suspected drug overdose, according to a new coroner’s report, his aunt on Tuesday still was in shock, grieving and trying to absorb the situation. Penny Jo Bilbrey knows prosecutors are considering criminal charges against her brother, Robert Wylie, who was named by a co-worker...

7:44 PM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

Even though 13-year-old Nathan Wylie died April 1 of a suspected drug overdose, according to a new coroner’s report, his aunt on Tuesday still was in shock, grieving and trying to absorb the situation. Penny Jo Bilbrey knows prosecutors are considering criminal charges against her brother, Robert Wylie, who was named by a co-worker...
Death of 13-year-old who OD’d ruled accidental
 Nathan Wylie died of an “anoxic brain injury” due to suspected drug intoxication and the cause was accidental, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.   The 13-year-old died April 1 of a suspected opioid overdose a few days earlier after his father’s co-worker told police the boy got...

1:28 PM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

Nathan Wylie died of an “anoxic brain injury” due to suspected drug intoxication and the cause was accidental, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.   The 13-year-old died April 1 of a suspected opioid overdose a few days earlier after his father’s co-worker told police the boy got...
Police still plan to present pepper-spray case to Dayton prosecutors
 Nearly seven weeks after a Montgomery County grand jury declined felony assault charges against Sheriff’s Office Capt. Judith Sealey for pepper spraying a restrained female jail inmate, Dayton police still plan to present the case to Dayton city prosecutors for consideration of misdemeanor charges. Sealey, then a sergeant, pepper-sprayed...

12:15 AM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

Nearly seven weeks after a Montgomery County grand jury declined felony assault charges against Sheriff’s Office Capt. Judith Sealey for pepper spraying a restrained female jail inmate, Dayton police still plan to present the case to Dayton city prosecutors for consideration of misdemeanor charges. Sealey, then a sergeant, pepper-sprayed...
Police identify, charge Oakwood CVS robbery suspects
 Federal prosecutors have identified and charged two men with the May 1 attempted robbery of Oakwood’s CVS pharmacy, according to court documents. Brandon Freeman and Davis Harris have been charged in Dayton’s U.S. District Court with attempted interference with commerce by threat or violence, according to a criminal complaint...

3:50 PM Monday, Jun. 19, 2017

Federal prosecutors have identified and charged two men with the May 1 attempted robbery of Oakwood’s CVS pharmacy, according to court documents. Brandon Freeman and Davis Harris have been charged in Dayton’s U.S. District Court with attempted interference with commerce by threat or violence, according to a criminal complaint...
Dayton father of teen boy who OD’d wants evidence tossed, lower bond
 A Dayton man whose 13-year-old son died of a suspected heroin overdose wants his bond reduced and evidence suppressed in an unrelated case, despite objections from prosecutors. Nathan Wylie, 13, died April 1 after being found unresponsive a few days earlier. No one has been charged in the teen’s death. Robert Wylie, his father, has...

12:00 AM Saturday, Jun. 17, 2017

A Dayton man whose 13-year-old son died of a suspected heroin overdose wants his bond reduced and evidence suppressed in an unrelated case, despite objections from prosecutors. Nathan Wylie, 13, died April 1 after being found unresponsive a few days earlier. No one has been charged in the teen’s death. Robert Wylie, his father, has...
5 federally indicted on fentanyl or carfentanil charges in 2 cases
 Five men have been indicted in Dayton’s U.S. District Court on fentanyl or carfentanil charges in two separate cases, according to court records. Neal Williams was indicted on three charges of trafficking more than 400 grams of fentanyl and Brandon Belcher was indicted on two counts in one case. A confidential source identified Williams...

8:05 PM Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2017

Five men have been indicted in Dayton’s U.S. District Court on fentanyl or carfentanil charges in two separate cases, according to court records. Neal Williams was indicted on three charges of trafficking more than 400 grams of fentanyl and Brandon Belcher was indicted on two counts in one case. A confidential source identified Williams...
Dayton man guilty in shooting death of brother in church office
 Daniel Schooler told a jury Wednesday that he was afraid on Feb. 28, 2016, when he shot and killed his brother Rev. William Schooler at the church their family founded. Daniel Schooler said he shot his brother in self defense after William Schooler reached toward him when both were in a closed church office. The jury didn’t believe...

5:35 PM Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2017

Daniel Schooler told a jury Wednesday that he was afraid on Feb. 28, 2016, when he shot and killed his brother Rev. William Schooler at the church their family founded. Daniel Schooler said he shot his brother in self defense after William Schooler reached toward him when both were in a closed church office. The jury didn’t believe...
Dayton pastor’s wife: ‘He shot him again, right in front of me’
 Staff and parishioners at St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton said they heard gunshots the day pastor William Schooler died, but his wife testified Tuesday that she saw her brother-in-law pull the trigger. Helen Schooler — William Schooler’s wife of 49 years — said her husband went to his office after starting...

9:49 PM Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2017

Staff and parishioners at St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton said they heard gunshots the day pastor William Schooler died, but his wife testified Tuesday that she saw her brother-in-law pull the trigger. Helen Schooler — William Schooler’s wife of 49 years — said her husband went to his office after starting...
Second Dayton ‘toe-tag’ drug dealer gets 16 years after 2 deaths
 The second of two Dayton men convicted of distributing ‘toe-tag’ fentanyl in May 2015 was sentenced Tuesday to 16.5 years in federal prison. Charles McBeath, 35, had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl that killed Paul McElfresh, 33, and Jason Robinson, 38, during the 2015 Memorial...

8:20 PM Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2017

The second of two Dayton men convicted of distributing ‘toe-tag’ fentanyl in May 2015 was sentenced Tuesday to 16.5 years in federal prison. Charles McBeath, 35, had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl that killed Paul McElfresh, 33, and Jason Robinson, 38, during the 2015 Memorial...
8 months pregnant, woman in babysitter murder case wants bond reduced
 The woman accused of complicity to commit murder in the Taylor Brandenburg case wants her $1 million bond reduced because she is eight months pregnant. The attorney for Kara Parisi-King, 27, also requested a second opinion as to his client’s competency to stand trial during a Tuesday court appearance. Brandenburg was babysitting and...

5:57 PM Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2017

The woman accused of complicity to commit murder in the Taylor Brandenburg case wants her $1 million bond reduced because she is eight months pregnant. The attorney for Kara Parisi-King, 27, also requested a second opinion as to his client’s competency to stand trial during a Tuesday court appearance. Brandenburg was babysitting and...
Lawyer claims self defense for Dayton brother in death of pastor
 The wife of the pastor at St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church saw her brother-in-law raise his arm and fire two shots toward the floor where her husband was lying in his office, according to prosecutors. Daniel Schooler, 69, is on trial in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for the murder of his brother, William Schooler, 70, who died...

10:22 PM Monday, Jun. 12, 2017

The wife of the pastor at St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church saw her brother-in-law raise his arm and fire two shots toward the floor where her husband was lying in his office, according to prosecutors. Daniel Schooler, 69, is on trial in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for the murder of his brother, William Schooler, 70, who died...
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