He hid 5 bags of marijuana where?

Published: Monday, March 25, 2013 @ 5:18 PM
Updated: Monday, March 25, 2013 @ 5:18 PM

BUTLER TWP., Montgomery County – Stopped trying to walk out of a big box store on Miller Lane with $12.50 worth of unspecified merchandise, the subject first provided a fake name at 2:30 p.m. He apparently was concerned police would discover he was wanted on two other warrants.

They found out anyway, and that he had a marijuana cigarette in his pocket. He told them they could also find something in his undershorts, which contained five small bags of marijuana.

Booked on the warrants, he was also charged for theft, obstructing official business and in possession of marijuana. All around, not a good day.

Police take woman into custody from reported stabbing in Riverside

Published: Monday, May 29, 2017 @ 10:35 PM

UPDATE @ 10:50 p.m.:  The woman involved in the reported stabbing remains in a Riverside police cruiser, which has left the scene. 

The male involved has been released by medics, did not require a trip to a hospital, and has returned to the address on Prince Albert Boulevard. 

Riverside police have declined comment.

UPDATE @ 10:30 p.m.:  The woman is now in a Riverside police cruiser, in handcuffs, from the reported stabbing on Prince Albert Boulevard. 

A male walked to a medic unit. 

INITIAL REPORT

Police and medics are on the scene of an apparent stabbing in Riverside reportedly involving a woman who has wounded a male and now has the knife to her throat. 

Police were called to an address on Prince Albert Boulevard on a report of a victim stabbed with a butcher knife. They were dispatched about 10:10 p.m. 

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People from the neighborhood are near the scene and police have called for extra officers for crowd control. 

There is no word about the victim's condition. 

We have a crew on scene and we will update this developing report. 

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Butler County deputies investigating apparent homicide near Hamilton

Published: Monday, May 29, 2017 @ 10:06 PM

One person is dead in an apparent homicide Monday night in St. Clair Twp., north of Hamilton. 

According to Butler County Sheriff's Dispatch, the sheriff's office was called about 6:41 p.m. on a report of a shooting in the area of Warwick and Eaton roads. 

The victim was found in the roadway, according to dispatch. The dispatcher had no information about the gender or approximate age of the victim, but said there is a crime scene. 

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We have placed several calls to the Butler County Coroner's Office and have been cut off. 

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We'll keep working to find out details about this incident. 

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Ohio pair driving cross-country for human trafficking awareness

Published: Monday, May 29, 2017 @ 2:53 PM

Fifty-four hours from New York to Los Angeles — that's the goal for a couple buddies driving an electric car. If they make it, they'll break a record.  

"If you think about a normal road trip, it's like that but with a lot of steroids," said Bradly D'Souza of Cincinnati.  

D'Souza and Jordan Hart, of Bellbrook, are attempting a “cannonball,” or a transcontinental drive. They'll be driving the speed limit to maximize battery efficiency, limiting air conditioning, and using solar chargers for their cell phones.

The current record is 55 hours.

Hart and D'Souza estimate it will take them 20 stops at supercharging stations like the one off of Interstate 70 in Englewood. They'll fill up enough to partially charge the battery and get to the next supercharger.  

The pair is calling their trip the "Freedom 5000," and they organized the mission to raise awareness for human trafficking.

The D'Souza family came to the United States in 2003 as victims of labor trafficking. D'Souza's father was promised a new life and a good salary.  

"My parents wound up working 16-plus hour days for no pay. We were living in less than a one bed type of place to survive," D'Souza said.  

D'Souza and Hart plan to donate their profits to help victims of human trafficking.  

Their trip begins June 12.

Dayton woman bitten by Chihuahua

Published: Monday, May 29, 2017 @ 3:49 PM

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Dayton police investigated after a woman claimed a Chihuahua attacked her ankle. 

It happened around 6 p.m. Sunday in an alley behind Speedway between Suman and Gummer avenues.

The 34-year-old female victim said she was walking along when a tan and brown small Chihuahua ran toward her. The dog tried to bite her left ankle, but she shook the animal off and ran home.

The woman was not injured.

The dog owner, a 35-year-old woman living on Suman Avenue, was given a warning.