Car that hit boy, 16, and his puppy on North Main in Dayton didn’t stop

Published: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 @ 9:13 PM

UPDATE @ 6:30 p.m. (Jan. 12): The 16-year-old boy was hit as he tried to retrieve his puppy, who had gotten loose as they were headed to a store, his mother said Thursday. 

Rosalind Boone said her son is on crutches and the 6-week-old puppy's hind legs were shattered. The pup was taken to the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center. 

"All the other cars stopped and my son went to get the puppy and the other car that the man was driving he sped up real fast and he hit my son and he hit the dog then he kept on going," Boone told News Center 7's James Buechele. 

"I just thank God that my son didn't get injured too, too bad," Boone said. 

"You know you hit an innocent puppy and you hit a 16-year-old kid and you didn't have no remorse you just kept going," she said, in a sort of plea to the driver. 

Dayton police are looking for that driver. 

If you saw the accident or have information about it that could help police, you are asked to call Dayton police at 333-COPS or Crime Stoppers at 222-STOP.

FIRST REPORT (Jan. 11)

A 16-year-old boy hit by a car in the 2800 block of North Main Street has been taken to Grandview Medical Center. 

He suffered leg and hip injuries, according to the preliminary report from police at the scene. 

Dayton police and a fire/medic unit were dispatched about 8:38 p.m. on a report of a pedestrian strike. 

No other details were available. We'll keep working to update this report.

Several hundred power outages reported as rain, lightning continue in area

Published: Friday, April 28, 2017 @ 7:50 PM
Updated: Friday, April 28, 2017 @ 10:25 PM

Storms move through the Miami Valley Friday night, April 28, 2017.

Power outages are being reported throughout the region with tonight’s storms, which are bringing thunder and lightning.

As of 10 p.m., Dayton Power & Light is reporting the following:

  127 in Montgomery

    35 in Darke 

    22 in Clinton 

    12 in Preble 

      6 in Champaign 

      1 in Shelby Duke 

Duke is reporting

  198 in Butler 

    64 in Warren

First Energy Ohio is reporting:

   Fewer than 5 in Clark

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Xenia shooting suspect has bond set in court

Published: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 @ 6:49 AM

UPDATE @ 8:49 a.m. (April 28):

A judge set the bond for a man accused in a February shooting in Xenia at $500,000.

Andrew Lott’s bond was set by a judge in Xenia Municipal Court.

UPDATE @ 2:16 p.m. 4-27-17:

Xenia police have arrested a suspect in the Feb. 22 shooting of man who was in his home on Vermont Drive Andrew R. Lott, 32, was taken into custody Thursday, April 27, for attempted murder. Police say additional arrests are possible. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Jeff Moore at 937-376-7207.

FIRST REPORT 2-22-2017

XENIA — A Vermont Drive man was shot Wednesday morning after hearing a sound outside his home, according to city police. 

  • The victim was taken to Miami Valley Hospital where he is in stable condition.
  • The victim was shot at least once, according to police. 
  • The victim’s wife and her baby were home at the time of the shooting. 

It’s unclear how many shots were fired.

Xenia Police Capt. Alonzo Wilson said the victim heard a noise outside the home and went to investigate. The victim was inside the home and was shot by an intruder outside, according to Wilson.

"There's nothing that we have right now to believe that there's someone walking around the neighborhood just randomly shooting people,” Wilson said. “That's not what we have here."

Police and emergency crews were dispatched to the 1900 block of Vermont Drive a little before 6:28 a.m. Wednesday. 

The victim’s wife called 9-1-1 after hearing a single gunshot. She witnessed blood on her husband before locking herself and her baby inside another room in the house, according to initial reports. 

Barn fire reported in Darke County

Published: Friday, April 28, 2017 @ 6:07 AM

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UNION CITY — A barn fire has been reported in the 5200 block of Palestine-Union City Road early Friday. 

Multiple fire departments are responding to the scene.

We are working to learn more about this fire. 

Wife in custody, accused of stabbing husband in Greenville fight

Published: Thursday, April 27, 2017 @ 9:28 AM
Updated: Thursday, April 27, 2017 @ 2:00 PM

UPDATE @ 2 p.m.:

Greenville police have identified the woman arrested for allegedly stabbing her husband as Angela Danielle Bergman, 31. She is in jail charged with felony assault. There is no update available on her husband’s condition.

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UPDATE @ 11:41 a.m.:

A wife is in custody being questioned by police after they said she stabbed her husband multiple times in front of McMiller’s Carryout on Martin Street.

The wife’s husband was transported to Miami Valley Hospital, where police said he was in critical condition.  

Police said they do expect charges to be pursued against the woman.

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UPDATE @ 10:05 a.m.:

A wife is accused of stabbing her husband multiple times in front of McMiller’s Carryout on Martin Street in Greenville this morning, officials said.

According to investigators, the wife was believed to have at least five kitchen knives at the time of the incident around 8:45 a.m.

The husband was taken to Wayne Health in Greenville, but was transferred to Miami Valley Hospital for treatment of his injuries, authorities said.

The wife was taken to the hospital for treatment, but police don’t believe she was stabbed as initially reported.

There is crime scene tape up where the stabbing is believed to have taken place, and police have put up crime tape around the couple’s home, which is located across the street from McMiller’s.

INITIAL REPORT:

Two people were reportedly stabbed in the 600 block of Martin Street Thursday morning. 

Emergency crews were dispatched around 8:42 a.m. to McMiller’s Carryout. 

We are working to bring you more information about this incident and will update this page as additional details become available.