VANDALIA - The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in a court of law.
Quinton A. Rembert, 38, was arrested on a theft charge after an incident at Kroger on Northwoods Boulevard. He was also found to have three warrants: One from Montgomery County for a missed trial and two out of Kettering Municipal Court on traffic offenses. He was also cited for possession of marijuana after a search of his vehicle.
A resident on Gabriel Street reported that two scooters and a skateboard were removed from in front of his house. The investigation continues.
The manager of the Little York Tavern reported that three paychecks had been stolen from the business and that at least one had been fraudulently cashed. The investigation continues.
A Parks and Recreation employee reported that someone used black spray paint to paint symbols inside the wall of a bathroom at Helke Park. The investigation continues.
Ashli C. Bell, 24, was arrested for domestic violence after allegedly attacking her mother in law at an address on Kenbrook. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
Lacey B. Grow, 31, was arrested on a warrant out of Montgomery County Municipal Court Eastern Division after the vehicle she was a passenger in was pulled over for a traffic violation. Custody was transferred to a Huber Heights police officer.
Joshua Batchelor, 33, was arrested for assault after he and the victim were thrown out of the Hot Air Balloon bar on National Road. The two got into a fight in the KFC parking lot. The victim was transported to the hospital. Batchelor was taken to the county jail.
Christina M. Bush-Simones, 36, was arrested for disorderly conduct/public intoxication after being found passed out inside her vehicle at an address on National Road. She was released to her mother.
Bryan L. Lucas, 26, was cited for driving under suspension and illegal display of a handicapped placard after being stopped at the Knights Inn on Poe Avenue. He was cited and released, and his vehicle was towed.
Samuel Walton, 26, was arrested for OVI after a report of a window broken from his girlfriend’s vehicle. He was transported to the county jail.
A complainant reported that his wallet was taken from his booth at the Farmer’s Market. The investigation continues.
Christina M. Coppock, 47, was arrested for OVI after being stopped at the corner of Dixie Drive and Northwoods Blvd. She was released to her father.
Officers were sent to an address on Crestwood Hills Drive on a report of criminal damaging to the driver’s side door handle. The investigation continues.
A custodian at Helke Elementary reported that black spray paint had been used to paint symbols on the outside walls of the school similar to the incident a day earlier at Helke Park. The investigation continues.
Items were stolen from a vehicle parked on Crestwood Hills Drive. There were no signs of forced entry. The investigation continues.
Gregory J. Begley, 19, was arrested for physical control of a vehicle under the influence of drugs and possession of marijuana after being found in a parked vehicle on Corporate Center. He was released to a friend.
A motorcycle was reported stolen from a parking lot on Shire Court. The investigation continues.
Ryan A. Lawler, 18 was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear out of Athens County. Lawler was unable to post bond and was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
A resident on Wilhelmina reported that his live-in girlfriend keyed his motorcycle and slapped him in the face. The complaint declined to press charges.
A resident on Stoneysprings Road reported that a known person stole prescription medication from his residence. The case is listed as active/pending.
Jonathan K. Wilson, 44, was arrested on a warrant out of Montgomery County Area Two court for failure to comply on an original charge of OVI. He was transported to the county jail.
Paul E. Barch, 37, was arrested for OVI after being stopped at Little York Road and Poe Avenue for running a red light. Barch tested 0.184 % BAC. He was also cited for a red light violation and released to his mother.
While investigation a criminal damaging complaint at the Super Eight Motel, Ashley Frecker, 38, was arrested on a warrant from Englewood for possessing drug abuse instruments. Frecker was placed in custody with an Englewood Officer at the Englewood Dam.
A complainant at the Super 8 motel reported that his tires had been slashed by a suspect he could not identify. The car drive off south on I-75. The investigation continues.
Jeremy D. Warnick, 31, was arrested for assault on a police officer after an incident on Northwoods Boulevard. Warnick allegedly tried to kick the window out of a police cruiser and became aggressive, kicking and spitting on the officer. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
Idella Ezekial, 57, was arrested for disorderly conduct/public intoxication after being found intoxicated at an RTA stop on S. Dixie Drive. She was transported to Grandview hospital and issued a summons.
Officers were dispatched to W. National Road and Fordway on the report of a person having hallucinations. The subject was transported to Grandview Hospital and her vehicle towed.
While on a directed patrol at the Knights Inn/Travelodge officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The passenger, Phillip Benson, 36, was found to have an arrest warrant out of Miamisburg Municipal Court for failure to appear. He was transported to the county jail. Joyel K. Russell, 31, was issued a summons for possession of marijuana and released.
Glassco Fairrow, III was arrested for kidnapping and attempted felonious assault after attacking a woman on Randler Avenue. Fairrow was originally transported to the hospital but subsequently transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
Malik S. Wilkinson, 39, was arrested on a warrant issued by the Montgomery County Sheriff for failure to appear on an original charge of driving under suspension. He was transported to the county jail.
An officer found that the plates on a disabled vehicle had a confiscation order from the BMV. The plates were removed and the vehicle towed.
A cell phone found in a shelter at Taylorsville Metro Park was turned in to police for safekeeping.
Hertz car rental reported that a Nissan Maxima was returned with a pistol in the glove compartment. The gun along with five rounds of ammunition was put in police property.