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The other woman fled and was apprehended. As the officer walked to where the women were, he spotted a purple clutch purse that contained 38 capsules and $115 in cash. “Neither female would claim the purse,” the officer wrote.
Stone’s address was listed a short walk from the Maryland Avenue location where she was arrested. Her employer was listed was Boyd Tree Service in Xenia. A Dayton police lieutenant had said Nathan Wylie’s mother had a drug problem, but that she did not have custody of Nathan.
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Robert Wylie, the boy’s father, is in the Montgomery County Jail on drug charges stemming from a December traffic stop. Police said charges related to the 13-year-old’s death on April 1 are pending.
Wylie was released from jail for the April 12 funeral service of his son over the objection of prosecutors.
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Wylie’s public defender also is challenging the search of Wylie after the traffic stop of his girlfriend, Tina Davis, for an alleged failure to signal violation.
Officers wrote that they found Wylie with a needle, syringe, heroin and crack cocaine.
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In a motion to suppress, Kristine Comunale wrote that Wylie was “told that he was going to be patted down and was asked if he had anything on him that would hurt the officer,” the attorney wrote. “The officers had no lawful basis to conduct a pat-down search of the defendant.”
Davis was arrested earlier this month for operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. The OVI charge has been amended in Dayton Municipal Court to one of physical control.
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