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Published: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 @ 10:44 AM
Updated: Friday, April 08, 2016 @ 1:20 PM
MIAMI TWP. — UPDATE @ 1:14 p.m. (April 8)
Joshua Sheldon, 33, pleaded guilty Thursday to voyeurism, a second-degree misdemeanor, according to Miamisburg Municipal Court.
Sheldon was accused of looking under a woman’s dressing room door at a Target store in Miami Twp.
Sheldon was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with 60 days suspended; ordered to pay a $380 fine; required to register as a Tier 1 sexual offender; and ordered to attend a class for sexual offenders and counseling.
Sheldon has also been banned from all Target stores for two years.
FIRST REPORT (Feb. 10)
A man is charged with voyeurism after allegedly looking under a woman’s dressing room door at a Target store.
The incident happened Monday morning at the Target located at 2300 Miamisburg Centerville Road, said Capt. John Magill of Miami Twp. police.
The police department posted photos of the unnamed suspect on its Facebook page, and then at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, the man — identified as Joshua P. Sheldon, 33, — turned himself into police.
Sheldon is charged with a misdemeanor count of voyeurism, Magill said.
Magill said it’s believed a cell phone was used and a search warrant was used to recover the device in question. The investigation is ongoing.
The victim was a 21-year-old female, according to the police report.
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 8:26 AM
Updated: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 10:32 AM
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A deputy U.S. marshal was killed and a police officer was injured Thursday morning when authorities said they were shot while serving a search warrant, according to multiple reports.
PennLive.com reported that a deputy U.S. marshal was killed in the shooting, which happened around 6:30 a.m. in Harrisburg.
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 9:55 AM
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor will inaugurate the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court’s mental health docket today.
The specialty docket will be the fourth such individualized effort, joining the county’s drug treatment, veterans’ and women’s treatment court.
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 6:12 AM
PERRIS, Calif. — Neighbors described the reportedly nightmarish situation at the Turpin home, where parents David and Louise allegedly kept their 13 children shackled to their beds and malnourished, as seeming like a “cult.”
A man named Mike, who did not want to give his full name and was a neighbor of the Turpins when they lived in Murrieta, California, told the Post, “I thought they were like a cult. They would march back and forth on the second story at night. The light would be on the whole time, and they would be marching the kids back and forth.”
Mike said he would arrive home late from his job at a hospital and see the children marching through the upstairs rooms of the Turpin home between midnight and 3 a.m.
David and Louis Turpin were arrested Sunday in their Perris, California, home after one of their daughters called police for help, saying she had managed to escape the house with a cellphone. When police arrived, they reportedly found the siblings, ages 2 to 29, living in squalor and looking very thin, with several of the kids shackled to furniture.
Mike said his wife, Myrna, called the family “clones,” saying the Turpins all spoke “robotically, in a monotone and at the same” time during the few occasions on which Myrna interacted with them at a local grocer.
However, Mike told the Post that he and Myrna never called the police because they didn’t see anything that suggested they needed to. They just thought the parents were a bit odd.
Mike, as well former neighbors from when the Turpins owned a farm in Rio Vista, Texas — which the family left due to foreclosure — remarked on the amount of trash that the family accumulated.
“I ended up calling the police because of the trash and everything that was left there,” said former Texas neighbor Randy McClain. “There was a brand new pickup truck covered in [trash] — a whole truck bed full and overflowing to the ground with trash: diapers, Spam cans, potted meat cans, just overflowing.”
The Daily Mail got access to the Turpin’s Perris backyard and found a Disney-themed fountain situated in a messy yard in which “piles of metal pipes could be seen strewn around, along with a rusty set of metal garden furniture and some diaper boxes.”
Through the screen door, the Daily Mail spied piles of clutter, including what appear to be stacked books, within the house.
Neighbor Leticia Gomez, 45, who lives directly behind the Turpin home, told the Daily Mail that she wasn’t aware there were any kids in the house. She described the Turpins’ garden as unkempt and “scruffy.”
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 4:36 AM
TROTWOOD — Police are investigating after they were called to reports of a person down in Trotwood early Thursday.
Officers were dispatched to the area of Free Pike and Hermosa Drive around 2 a.m.
As of 4 a.m., police remain on scene.