2nd suspect in Fairborn apartment complex shooting arrested

Published: Friday, May 19, 2017 @ 7:22 PM
Updated: Friday, May 19, 2017 @ 8:13 PM

FROM SCENE: Shooting on Beaver Valley in Fairborn

UPDATE @ 9:33 a.m. (May 22):Fairborn police have arrested the second man wanted in connection to a shooting at an apartment complex on Beaver Valley Road.

Donzell Lloyd, 20, is charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault and is booked into the Green County Jail, according to Fairborn police

UPDATE @ 6:41 a.m. (May 20)

Fairborn police have arrested one of two suspects in a Friday night shooting, according to an office press release. 

Michael Reese, 20, is in the Greene County Jail and is charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon and aggravated felonious assault. 

Police responded to the 2100 block of Beaver Valley Road around 7:04 p.m. on a report of a shooting. 

According to the release, when police arrived in the area a man with a gunshot wound was found and taken to Miami Valley Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police said two men were seen leaving the scene of the shooting in a black vehicle.

The remaining man-at-large is considered armed and dangerous. 

No other information regarding Reese's involvement in the shooting is available as the case remains under investigation, according to police.

UPDATE @ 8:10 p.m.

The victim in the Fairborn shooting was hit at least three times and police so far have found one shell casing, police Capt. Terry Bennington said.

The victim’s car is in the parking lot as well, he said.

An officer has been sent to Miami Valley Hospital to interview the victim, who was conscious when he was taken from the scene, the captain said. The victim’s condition is not known.

Detectives have been dispatched to continue the investigation.

UPDATE @ 7:21 p.m.

At least one person has been taken to Miami Valley Hospital in an unknown condition, we're hearing. 

We're also hearing a .40-caliber handgun was used in the incident, believed to have involved a male shot in the parking lot of the Laurel Springs Apartments, on Old Yellow Springs Road. 

Fairborn police have issued a BOLO (Be On the Lookout) describing at least two suspects, believed to be armed and dangerous, who drove away from the scene in a black car headed north on Beaver Valley Road.

INITIAL REPORT

Police are on the way to check out a report of a shooting in the 2100 block of Beaver Valley Road in Fairborn. 

The dispatch was made about 7:10 p.m. 

We have crew on the way. We will update this developing report as warranted. 

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2-motorcycle accident in Fairborn sends 3 to area hospitals

Published: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 @ 9:52 PM
Updated: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 @ 10:21 PM

Multi-vehicle Greene Co. crash

UPDATE @ 10:12 p.m.: Speeding has been determined as the cause of a two-motorcycle accident on Bath Road in Fairborn that sent three people to area hospitals, a trooper with the Ohio Highway Patrol said. 

Two of the injured aboard one of the bikes have been taken to Miami Valley Hospital. The lone motorcyclist on the second bike has been taken to Grandview Medical Center. 

None of the injuries was considered life threatening. 

The trooper from the Xenia post said the motorcycles, which ended up in a ditch or yard off Bath Road between Adams and Kitridge roads, were being driven too fast. The at-fault motorcyclist will be cited for failure to control. 

An earlier report that a small car may have been involved in the accident was incorrect.

INITIAL REPORT

Crews have been dispatched to a multiple-vehicle accident, involving as many as three motorcycles, in the 4600 block of Bath Road, near Adams Road in Fairborn.

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The incident, which also reportedly involves a small car, was dispatched just after 9:30 p.m. 

We're hearing from arriving fire/rescue crews that the motorcycles are in a ditch. 

We have a crew on the way to check it out. Stay with whio.com for breaking news. 

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Fire in vacant Dayton house under investigation as suspicious

Published: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 @ 8:56 PM

Weaver St vacant house fire

A fire that caused significant damage to a vacant house in the 1600 block of Weaver Street in Dayton is being investigated as suspicious, Dayton fire personnel said. 

Crews were dispatched just after 5:30 p.m. on a report of a possible structure fire with smoke and flames showing. The dispatch was upgraded minutes later to a working structure fire. 

No injuries were reported. 

Crews told us this is the second fire in a vacant house today. The other was Wednesday morning on Anna Street

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Guilty plea accepted in Tipp City home robbery for stolen drugs

Published: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 @ 6:46 PM

Carlos Gomez (Courtesy/Miami County Jail)
Carlos Gomez (Courtesy/Miami County Jail)

The last of four people indicted on charges stemming from the robbery of a Tipp City home to retrieve stolen drugs pleaded guilty to a lesser felony in a Troy courtroom on Wednesday.

Carlos Gomez, 23, now of Baldwin Park, Calif., was returned to Ohio to face the charge from a November incident in which Tipp City police said one person was injured. 

He is to be sentenced Oct. 31.

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Gomez pleaded in Miami County Common Pleas Court as part of an agreement with the county prosecutor’s office, in which an aggravated robbery charge was changed to felony robbery. He could be sentenced up to three years in prison.

Visiting Judge William Wolff Jr. told Gomez that because he was not a U.S. citizen, he could be deported, excluded from admission to the country and denied naturalization as a U.S. citizen. 

Gomez said he understood those possible consequences. He is being held in lieu of $100,000 bail.

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Man recovered from Wolf Creek in Dayton was focus of endangered missing alert

Published: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 @ 4:52 PM
Updated: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 @ 5:52 PM

WATCH: Recovery of body found in river underway in Dayton

UPDATE @ 5:58 p.m.: Dayton police have been working all day with the family of Charles Romine, who was the focus of an endangered missing adult alert, Sgt. John Riegel said. 

Police investigators received additional information that led them to the location along Wolf Creek. Police had been searching bushes and all along the riverbank when an officer made the discovery. 

"I don't know how long he's been in the water," Riegel said, noting that the cause of death right now is not known. 

Riegel said he had no information to indicate that the man took his own life. 

Information police had Tuesday, from the family, was that the man was lost, the sergeant said, "and that's why police were looking for him."

UPDATE @ 5:46 p.m.: 

The body recovered from Wolf Creek is believed to be Charles Romine, 71, for whom Dayton police issued an endangered missing adult alert this morning, a Dayton homicide detective said.

UPDATE @ 5:18 p.m.: 

The body recovered from Wolf Creek is a man believed to be in his 70s, Dayton fire personnel is telling us. 

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The Montgomery County Coroner's Office will make the official determination as to the man's identification, but Dayton police this morning issued an endangered missing adult alert for 71-year-old Charles Romine. 

He has not been heard from since Monday, police said.

INITIAL REPORT

A body has been spotted in the Wolf Creek, off the bridge that spans West Riverview Avenue and North James H. McGee Boulevard.

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Fire/rescue crews have brought a boat to Wolf Creek, in the area of West Riverview Avenue and Philadelphia Drive, on a police officer's request for a "water recovery." 

The incident was dispatched just after 4:30 p.m. 

According to a sergeant with Montgomery County Regional Dispatch, a police officer who had driven onto the bridge from Riverview to North James H. McGee Boulevard called regional dispatch after reportedly seeing something in the water. 

Dayton police and fire have taped off access to the bridge and are keeping media away from the bridge. 

We will update this developing report. 

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