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Ex-Kettering detective pleads guilty to theft, drug charges
 A former Kettering police detective will surrender his Ohio peace officer certification after pleading guilty Thursday to stealing prescription pills from a resident’s home and obstructing official business. Ryan Meno, 37, could face up to 30 months in prison and some 90 days’ jail time after pleading guilty by bill of information...

Posted: 22 days ago

A former Kettering police detective will surrender his Ohio peace officer certification after pleading guilty Thursday to stealing prescription pills from a resident’s home and obstructing official business. Ryan Meno, 37, could face up to 30 months in prison and some 90 days’ jail time after pleading guilty by bill of information...
Lawyer charged after alleged $70M Ponzi scheme faces court date

Posted: 26 days ago

Attorney Steven Scudder is scheduled for an arraignment and change of plea hearing on a federal charge related to an alleged $70 million Ponzi scheme run by William and Connie Apostelos. Scudder was charged by bill of information with wire fraud, according to documents filed in Dayton’s U.S. District Court. RELATED: Apostelos trial...
Woman in pepper-spray lawsuit was most wanted, for a moment
 The Brookville woman who is suing a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain for being pepper-sprayed while in jail restraints was one of the Miami Valley’s Most Wanted, for a few minutes anyway. Amber Swink, 25, had a warrant for her arrest issued Dec. 19 by Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Tucker. An official...

Posted: 28 days ago

The Brookville woman who is suing a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain for being pepper-sprayed while in jail restraints was one of the Miami Valley’s Most Wanted, for a few minutes anyway. Amber Swink, 25, had a warrant for her arrest issued Dec. 19 by Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Tucker. An official...
Ex-deputy accused of stealing nearly $100,000 enters plea
 A former Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputy and union treasurer pleaded guilty Thursday to grand theft of more than $92,000 of money at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 104. Joseph P. Caito III, 34, will be sentenced Jan. 27 in the courtroom of Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Dennis Langer, who called for a...

Posted: 30 days ago

A former Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputy and union treasurer pleaded guilty Thursday to grand theft of more than $92,000 of money at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 104. Joseph P. Caito III, 34, will be sentenced Jan. 27 in the courtroom of Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Dennis Langer, who called for a...
Dayton officer helped save colleague injured in icy crash
 Byron Branch is a rookie Dayton police officer, a newlywed and a new father. His father was a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputy and his mother still works for the county. But on Friday night, it was a member of his other family — a fellow Dayton cop — that might have saved Branch’s life by using a tourniquet...

12:16 AM Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016

Byron Branch is a rookie Dayton police officer, a newlywed and a new father. His father was a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputy and his mother still works for the county. But on Friday night, it was a member of his other family — a fellow Dayton cop — that might have saved Branch’s life by using a tourniquet...
County jail inmate’s death caused by fentanyl
 Dustin Ryback’s jailhouse death was an accident, a Montgomery County Coroner’s Office autopsy determined, but sources said another inmate now is accused of supplying fentanyl that caused Ryback’s death. Rybak was “not breathing” when he was taken from the Montgomery County Jail to a local hospital on Nov. 2....

11:08 PM Monday, Dec. 19, 2016

Dustin Ryback’s jailhouse death was an accident, a Montgomery County Coroner’s Office autopsy determined, but sources said another inmate now is accused of supplying fentanyl that caused Ryback’s death. Rybak was “not breathing” when he was taken from the Montgomery County Jail to a local hospital on Nov. 2....
Butler County concealed carry permits up sharply
 More people in Butler County and in Ohio overall have obtained concealed carry permits, according to new statistics from the state. There were 25,474 Ohioans newly licensed with concealed carry permits in the third quarter of 2016 — a 59 percent increase over the 16,000 issued in the third quarter of 2015, according to statistics released...

4:00 PM Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016

More people in Butler County and in Ohio overall have obtained concealed carry permits, according to new statistics from the state. There were 25,474 Ohioans newly licensed with concealed carry permits in the third quarter of 2016 — a 59 percent increase over the 16,000 issued in the third quarter of 2015, according to statistics released...
Judge rules doctor can testify in ‘toe-tag’ heroin trial

5:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016

Two Dayton men accused of distributing fentanyl that killed two people in May 2015 were denied in their effort to exclude testimony from a local doctor. The trial of Charles M. McBeath, 34, and Antonio J. Spiva, 25, is scheduled for Jan. 9, 2017 in Dayton’s U.S. District Court. The pair were indicted on 12 counts including conspiracy...
Dayton police officer hit by car on I-75 in stable condition
 A Dayton Police Department officer was in stable condition at Miami Valley Hospital on Saturday after he was hit by a vehicle on northbound Interstate 75 near U.S. Route 35 while outside his cruiser late. Officer Byron Branch has been identified as in the injured officer. A Dayton police spokeswoman said Saturday that a press release and...

11:06 PM Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016

A Dayton Police Department officer was in stable condition at Miami Valley Hospital on Saturday after he was hit by a vehicle on northbound Interstate 75 near U.S. Route 35 while outside his cruiser late. Officer Byron Branch has been identified as in the injured officer. A Dayton police spokeswoman said Saturday that a press release and...
WPAFB engineer accused of false statements about ‘romantic liaisons’
 A Wright-Patterson Air Force Base engineer has been federally indicted on three counts of making a false statement or document, according to an indictment. Michael Volf Ol lied about romantic liaisons with two foreign nationals, according to a criminal indictment filed in Dayton’s U.S. District Court. The first two counts allege Ol...

5:00 PM Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016

A Wright-Patterson Air Force Base engineer has been federally indicted on three counts of making a false statement or document, according to an indictment. Michael Volf Ol lied about romantic liaisons with two foreign nationals, according to a criminal indictment filed in Dayton’s U.S. District Court. The first two counts allege Ol...
Ohio’s concealed handgun licenses up 59 percent in third quarter
 There were 25,474 Ohioans newly licensed with concealed carry permits in the third quarter of 2016 — a 59 percent increase over the 16,000 issued in the third quarter of 2015, according to statistics released by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. There were 93,851 initial concealed handgun licenses issued in the first three quarters...

2:06 PM Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016

There were 25,474 Ohioans newly licensed with concealed carry permits in the third quarter of 2016 — a 59 percent increase over the 16,000 issued in the third quarter of 2015, according to statistics released by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. There were 93,851 initial concealed handgun licenses issued in the first three quarters...
Assets seized from West Carrollton couple in embezzlement case
 Family members of Amy Scarpelli’s domestic partner have had assets seized by the federal government related to the ex-bank manager’s more than $5.2 million embezzlement case. Shelli and John Ward of West Carrollton had a boat, a camper, a pickup truck and a bank account with more than $50,000 civilly seized, according to court...

6:04 PM Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2016

Family members of Amy Scarpelli’s domestic partner have had assets seized by the federal government related to the ex-bank manager’s more than $5.2 million embezzlement case. Shelli and John Ward of West Carrollton had a boat, a camper, a pickup truck and a bank account with more than $50,000 civilly seized, according to court...
Ex-UD strength coach guilty in crash that killed passenger
 After former University of Dayton strength and conditioning coach Paul Ivkovich crashed his car in an accident that killed his passenger Sharon Crawford, he told Dayton police he had “about six or seven beers and two or three shots,” according to court records. Investigators said Ivkovich’s blood alcohol content level at...

9:50 PM Monday, Dec. 12, 2016

After former University of Dayton strength and conditioning coach Paul Ivkovich crashed his car in an accident that killed his passenger Sharon Crawford, he told Dayton police he had “about six or seven beers and two or three shots,” according to court records. Investigators said Ivkovich’s blood alcohol content level at...
Trial delayed for postal worker accused of vacationing while injured

4:14 PM Monday, Dec. 12, 2016

The former West Carrollton postal worker allegedly seen vacationing and riding amusement park rides while being too injured to work had her trial date pushed back until April. Laticha Schroyer was scheduled for a suppression hearing Monday in Dayton’s District Court in which her attorneys hoped to have statements she made to investigators...
Vehicular homicide trial set for ex-UD strength coach
 Former University of Dayton men’s and women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach Paul P. Ivkovich is scheduled for trial Tuesday on aggravated vehicular homicide charges. Ivkovich, 37, was indicted in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on two counts related to the April 30, 2015 death of his 48-year-old passenger, Sharon...

5:05 AM Monday, Dec. 12, 2016

Former University of Dayton men’s and women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach Paul P. Ivkovich is scheduled for trial Tuesday on aggravated vehicular homicide charges. Ivkovich, 37, was indicted in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on two counts related to the April 30, 2015 death of his 48-year-old passenger, Sharon...
RTA union sets strike date in contract negotitins
 The union that represents Greater Dayton RTA bus drivers announced Friday that it will stop driving buses at midnight Dec. 31 if their demands are not met in contract talks. Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1385 President Glenn Salyer announced Jan. 1 as the group’s strike date for most services unless an agreement can be reached...

10:53 PM Friday, Dec. 09, 2016

The union that represents Greater Dayton RTA bus drivers announced Friday that it will stop driving buses at midnight Dec. 31 if their demands are not met in contract talks. Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1385 President Glenn Salyer announced Jan. 1 as the group’s strike date for most services unless an agreement can be reached...
Sex discrimination suit filed by police officer dropped
 U.S. District Court Thomas Rose dismissed the federal claims brought by former Clay Twp. police officer Tina Silvers, who alleged sexual discrimination and harassment. Rose granted summary judgment to the defendants, but remanded the state court claims back to Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Silvers’ attorney, John Folkerth Jr...

10:26 PM Friday, Dec. 09, 2016

U.S. District Court Thomas Rose dismissed the federal claims brought by former Clay Twp. police officer Tina Silvers, who alleged sexual discrimination and harassment. Rose granted summary judgment to the defendants, but remanded the state court claims back to Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Silvers’ attorney, John Folkerth Jr...
Union chief for Greater Dayton RTA workers set strike date of Jan. 1
 UPDATE FRIDAY 3:12 P.M: RTA drivers have voted to strike Jan. 1, but the union’s president said he hopes the company will sit down and hammer something out before then. The union has authorized Glenn Salyer, president of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1385, to proceed with the necessary written notice to the state and to the RTA as...

4:04 AM Thursday, Dec. 08, 2016

UPDATE FRIDAY 3:12 P.M: RTA drivers have voted to strike Jan. 1, but the union’s president said he hopes the company will sit down and hammer something out before then. The union has authorized Glenn Salyer, president of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1385, to proceed with the necessary written notice to the state and to the RTA as...
UD sued for alleged 2014 football hazing incident
 Max Engelhart claims he was forced to chug high-alcohol drinks as part of a “Mad Dogs” initiation to the University of Dayton football team two years ago. Engelhart, then a 6-foot-1, 270-pound offensive lineman, woke up Dec. 8, 2014 covered in his own body waste and with a headache later diagnosed by UD’s team physician...

7:59 PM Wednesday, Dec. 07, 2016

Max Engelhart claims he was forced to chug high-alcohol drinks as part of a “Mad Dogs” initiation to the University of Dayton football team two years ago. Engelhart, then a 6-foot-1, 270-pound offensive lineman, woke up Dec. 8, 2014 covered in his own body waste and with a headache later diagnosed by UD’s team physician...
UD sued for alleged 2014 football hazing incident
 Max Engelhart claims he was forced to chug high-alcohol drinks as part of a “Mad Dogs” initiation to the University of Dayton football team two years ago. Engelhart, then a 6-foot-1, 270-pound offensive lineman, woke up Dec. 8, 2014 covered in his own body waste and with a headache later diagnosed by UD’s team physician...

7:59 PM Wednesday, Dec. 07, 2016

Max Engelhart claims he was forced to chug high-alcohol drinks as part of a “Mad Dogs” initiation to the University of Dayton football team two years ago. Engelhart, then a 6-foot-1, 270-pound offensive lineman, woke up Dec. 8, 2014 covered in his own body waste and with a headache later diagnosed by UD’s team physician...
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