Dayton man sentenced for distributing child porn via instant messaging app

Published: Tuesday, February 06, 2018 @ 3:13 PM


            Chad Basney
Chad Basney

A Dayton man was sentenced Tuesday to 7½ years in federal prison for distributing child pornography.

Chad Basney, 35, received the sentence in Dayton’s U.S. District Court for using an instant messaging mobile app to exchange child pornography. U.S. District Court Judge Walter Rice also ordered Basney to register as a sex offender and submit to 15 years of supervised release.

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Basney exchanged eight image files and six video files with one particular other user of the same app and had conversations with multiple users, according to a prosecutor’s sentencing memorandum.

Basney solicited for nude images of minors and explicitly stated the sexual acts he would like to perform on girls as young as 6 years old, the memo said.

Investigators arrested and charged Basney after a tip from investigators in another state that Basney was involved in distributing child pornography, according to a press release.

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“Each of the images and videos were created when an actual child was sexually assaulted and/or made to pose in a sexually-explicit manner for photographs,” U.S. Attorney Benjamin Glassman said in the release. “For victims of child pornography, the abuse never ends.”

Prosecutors had asked for a 10-year sentence due to Basney admitting to sexual contact with two minor females that could have been false admissions, according to the memo. In her sentencing memo, Basney’s defense attorney asked the judge not to consider the alleged admissions.

The case was aided by the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force, the press release said.

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Father intentionally killed 5-year-old son, police say

Published: Thursday, February 22, 2018 @ 11:54 AM

Police: 5-Year-Old Son Intentionally Killed By Father

father is in custody after police say he intentionally killed his 5-year-old son at a DeKalb County, Georgia, home Wednesday night.

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It was not immediately clear what led to the homicide or how the boy was killed.

According to police, the child lived at a home on Rocky Pine Drive in Lithonia with his grandmother. His parents drove from California for an unannounced visit Wednesday, authorities said.

The boy’s mother and grandmother left the home, returned and “learned that the child had been murdered,” police spokeswoman Shiera Campbell told WSBTV.

Three other children were inside the home at the time of the killing, but were not injured, the news station reported. 

Police have not released the names of the father and child.

"Right now, the father is in custody,” Campbell said. “He is a 25-year-old male.” 

Authorities continued to investigate the incident Thursday.

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Teen charged in connection with crash that killed Greenon student

Published: Thursday, February 22, 2018 @ 1:34 PM

A 16-year-old Greenon High School student was killed Sunday in a car crash in Enon — the third student in the district to die in a fatal accident this school year.

A Greenon High School student has been charged in connection with a crash that killed another student in October.

Andrew J. Scott, 16, faces charges of vehicular homicide and vehicular manslaughter in Clark County Juvenile Court.

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Kendal “Kenny” DePhillip, a junior, died while a passenger in a car that crashed shortly before 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17, on Fowler Road between Rebert Pike and Broadway Road in Clark County.

Scott allegedly went off the right side of the road, clipped a telephone pole and then hit another pole, Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers said. Scott sustained non-life threatening injuries, troopers said.

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DePhillip was the third Greenon student to die in a fatal crash last fall in a few months. His death followed a crash in August that killed David Waag and Connor Williams, both Greenon students.

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NEW DETAILS: Owner, one of two killed in auto dealership shooting, served in military

Published: Thursday, February 22, 2018 @ 3:19 PM


            Frank D. Buck
Frank D. Buck

The auto dealership owner found shot to death inside his business on Monday was a U.S. Army Vietnam War veteran who loved horses and cars, according to an online obituary.

Frank D. Buck, 71, and his friend, Lester Golson, 59, were both found dead of apparent gunshot wounds inside of Buck-I Auto Sales after what Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputies said was a struggle involving a gun.

Investigators were not searching for anyone after the shooting, believing that the incident was “contained” inside the dealership at 2801 N. Dixie Drive.

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Buck operated his car dealership for more than 30 years, the obit said. Services were pending at Newcomer North Chapel, 4104 Needmore Rd. The obit said contributions to help pay for expenses can be made through the funeral home’s website.

Buck is survived by his children, Shelly Buck, Laura Hurst, Candace Buck and Frank DJ Buck, six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, ex-wife Penny Buck and many relatives and friends, according to Buck’s obituary.

“My father was a loving man would do anything in the world for just about anybody, he was loved by a lot he was always smiling, laughing, and joking around,” Candace Buck told this news organization earlier this week. “My condolences are with the Golson family during this very hard time.”

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Golson’s obituary is not yet available. Efforts to get comment from his family or friends have been unsuccessful.

Buck-I Auto Sales was broken into Jan. 5, 2016, according to a sheriff’s incident report that said one of the windows in an overhead door was smashed.

A friend, not Golson, of Buck’s who was watching the business while Buck was out of town called police. That report said there were no surveillance cameras on the property.

Nearly three weeks later from the first incident, another report said a car was stolen but recovered from the Jan. 5, 2016 crime and that it appeared that the dealership was vandalized again as part of an effort to steal a car. A different stolen car was located in November 2016, according to sheriff’s office incident reports.

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“It is my understanding Mr. Buck was putting up cameras,” a Jan. 23, 2016 report read, adding that there were no suspects and no leads.

A woman who tried to get into the business Monday and saw one man point a gun at another then called 911 to report that she saw people get into a “tussle” before she heard three gunshots.

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In the sometimes frantic 6-minute call at 1:22 p.m., the woman said, “I was trying to get to my car and get to the phone to call the police then I heard gunshots.”

Deputies investigating the shootings earlier this week did not locate any surveillance cameras at the property.

The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office on Thursday said the two men’s cause and manner of death were still listed as “pending” due to the ongoing investigation.

LISTEN: The 911 call about the North Dixie shooting

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Man indicted on charges connected to Riverside fatal crash

Published: Saturday, October 14, 2017 @ 10:50 PM
Updated: Monday, October 16, 2017 @ 4:05 AM

Fatal crash on Ohio 4 in Riverside

UPDATE @ 3:14 p.m. (Feb. 22, 2018):

A Bloomington, Illinois man was indicted Thursday in a crash that killed Alysha Lewis, 30, of Dayton, last October.

David Olsen, 25, is facing aggravated vehicular homicide charges as well as charges for aggravated vehicular assault, vehicular assault, OVI and improper handling of a firearm in a vehicle, according to an indictment.

A warrant was issued for Olsen’s arrest and his is due in court for arraignment on March 8.

UPDATE @4:05 a.m. 10/16/17

A woman killed in a crash late Saturday night in Riverside has been identified.

Alysha Lewis, 30, of Dayton, was killed in a crash on Ohio 4 just south of Harshman Road.

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UPDATE @ 11:20 p.m. 10/14/17 

A fatal crash is under investigation tonight on Ohio 4 just south of Harshman Road in Riverside.

The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office said its investigators are on the way to the crash scene.

In the northbound lanes of state Route 4 there was a black pickup truck with damage.

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A serious crash tonight is blocking a portion of Ohio 4 just south of Harshman Road.

A black pickup truck with signs of damage is on the scene, but little else is visible because police are keeping traffic back.

We are on scene and are working to learn more information about this incident.

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