15-year-old boy accepts guilt in May fatal crash in Warren County

Published: Monday, October 02, 2017 @ 1:03 PM

The case was transferred for sentencing in Montgomery County.

A 15-year-old Montgomery County boy was found guilty this morning of aggravated vehicular homicide in connection with the crash that killed a Warren County teen in May.

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Judge Joe Kirby ordered Hosny Mousa to be transferred to Montgomery County for sentencing.

Mousa also accepted responsibility - the juvenile court equivalent of pleading guilty - to vehicular homicide, speeding and driving without an operator’s license during a hearing Monday in Warren County Juvenile Court.

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The boy lived in Washington Twp., Montgomery County.

Over the prosecutor’s objections, Kirby ruled the case should be sent for sentencing in Montgomery County, where Mousa is already on probation for driving without an operator’s license several weeks after the crash resulting in the death of Noah Theiss, 17, of Franklin Twp., on May 25 on a winding stretch of Springboro Road.

“The objective is to treat a child in their home county,” the judge said.

Kirby said he was “stunned” to learn drove after the fatal crash, when he was the victim of a hit and run.

“That is just shameful,” Kirby said. “It is just tragic what you have done.”

Mousa was initially detained after his arraignment on Sept. 13, more than three months after the crash.

The charges were filed once the Ohio Highway Patrol submitted the accident reconstruction report.

“He has always shown remorse for the death of his friend and for what he did to his friend’s family,” attorney Joshua Burns said.

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Theiss was a passenger, not wearing a seatbelt, in his parents’ 2013 Honda when it crashed about 8:10 p.m., according to the Ohio Highway Patrol.

Theiss’ parents have not responded to requests for comment.

Mousa was cited for driving at 67 mph in 55 mph zone.

Investigation determined the car was eastbound on Springboro Road, when it went off the right side of the roadway, striking a utility pole and rolling over several times.

Mousa and a rear passenger were treated and released after the crash.

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Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said he would have preferred the case stay in Warren County.

“In my opinion, this is where he should fully have to answer for killing his passenger through his reckless actions,” he said after the hearing.

2-month-old boy found dead at Dayton home

Published: Saturday, December 16, 2017 @ 2:03 PM

Dayton 2-month-old found dead in home

UPDATE @ 2:25 p.m.

The child found dead this morning was 2 months old, according to a Montgomery County Coroner’s investigator.

The investigator also said the Dayton child’s name is spelled Silas Snyder. An autopsy has not yet been performed, he said, and a preliminary cause of death is not available.

FIRST REPORT

A 3-month-old boy was found dead this morning on a love seat inside his home.

Police and medics were dispatched around 8:30 a.m. to the 600 block of Bowen Street after a woman said she found the baby unresponsive.

The baby, identified as Sylas P. Snyder, was pronounced dead at 8:37 a.m. and was taken to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.

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According to a Dayton police report, the mother told police when she got home from work at midnight Sylas was asleep on a love seat so she lay down on a couch to sleep. At 3 a.m. when she checked on him, she said he was fine.

The baby’s grandmother said she checked on Sylas around 8:30 a.m., and found him on his belly. She rolled him over, noticed he was cold to the touch and immediately called 911, according to the report.

The infant’s death remains under investigation.

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Trenton police search for Fifth Third Bank robber

Published: Saturday, December 16, 2017 @ 1:40 PM
Updated: Saturday, December 16, 2017 @ 2:08 PM


            Bank security camera photos of the man who robbed the Fifth Third Bank Saturday morning, Dec. 16, 2017, in Trenton. CONTRIBUTED/TRENTON POLICE
Bank security camera photos of the man who robbed the Fifth Third Bank Saturday morning, Dec. 16, 2017, in Trenton. CONTRIBUTED/TRENTON POLICE

Trenton police are searching for a man who robbed the Fifth Third Bank on Saturday morning.

Police said the suspect in the robbery reported just after 10:20 a.m. is a white man with a gray jacket, sunglasses and an orange Titleist ball hat. The bank is located at 805 State St.

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The man was reported to have fled on foot westbound behind the Lee’s Famous Recipe and possibly got into a vehicle near Hathaway Drive.

Police are continuing their investigation. Anyone with information about the robbery is urged to call the Trenton Police Department at 513-988-6341 or call Detective Sean Gill at 513-428-0129.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

Police: Florida man drives through bedroom with 3 children inside

Published: Saturday, December 16, 2017 @ 1:50 PM

The wreckage is seen after a Florida man allegedly plowed through a bedroom with three children inside early Saturday, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
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The wreckage is seen after a Florida man allegedly plowed through a bedroom with three children inside early Saturday, the Florida Highway Patrol said.(WFTV)

A Florida man is facing a charge of reckless driving after plowing through a bedroom with three children inside early Saturday, the Florida Highway Patrol said. 

Johnny Woodberry, 44, was driving a 2005 Cadillac in Cocoa around 2 a.m. when he lost control of the vehicle and drove into the house, troopers told WFTV
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The three children were asleep inside the bedroom when the car drove through it, but troopers said they only sustained minor injuries.

Troopers said the children were transported to Wuestoff Hospital and later released, WFTV reported. 

OVI check: Passenger zooms off in car, crashes as driver takes sobriety tests

Published: Friday, December 15, 2017 @ 10:47 PM

Dayton OVI crash

A passenger in a car detained at an OVI checkpoint Friday night hopped in the driver’s seat, took off and crashed into a pole while the driver was taking a sobriety test.

The driver was held for testing around 10 p.m. at a Montgomery County OVI Task Force check in the area of Salem and Hillcrest avenues in Dayton.

That’s when one of his two passengers got in the driver’s seat and drove off, Sgt. Matt Robinson of the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Dayton Post said.

The four-door sedan then crashed into a pole in the 3300 block of North Main Street. The car glanced off the pole into the middle of the street, blocking the southbound lanes of North Main Street, which was covered in debris.

The two occupants bailed and evaded capture. However, the detained driver provided police with their names.

Law enforcement that responded to the scene included the highway patrol, Dayton police and Montgomery County deputies.

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