Juvenile pursuit suspects to be charged in Troy phone store break-in

Published: Thursday, September 21, 2017 @ 7:40 AM
Updated: Thursday, September 21, 2017 @ 10:40 AM

Police in Troy said they need help identifying the people in this cell phone video. They are wanted in connection with a break-in at the Troy MetroPCS store early Monday morning.

UPDATE @ 10:40 a.m. 

Troy police said four of the five juvenile suspects they are looking for in connection to a break-in at a cell phone store are in custody. 

RELATED: Four juveniles in custody following pursuit, crash in Germantown

Three of the suspects were arrested after a pursuit involving Germantown police on Wednesday. A fourth person who was taken into custody after the pursuit was not connected to the break-in and is not facing charges from Troy police. 

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A juvenile who was taken into custody by Dayton police on Tuesday in a separate incident will also face charges in the Troy break-in. 

Troy police said the suspects have not been cooperating with investigators. 

Police in Troy have released surveillance video of a break-in at the MetroPCS store early Monday morning.

Police were not sure if the suspects from the break-in were connected to other burglaries at businesses, including a break-in at a Huber Heights phone store. A call to Huber Heights police for more information has not been returned. 

We’ll continue to update this page as new details become available. 

FIRST REPORT

Troy police said they are pursuing charges against five juveniles in connection to a break-in at a cell phone store Monday. Four of the juveniles were apprehended after a pursuit in Germantown on Wednesday. 

Investigators told this news outlet the four juveniles being held after a pursuit in Germantown will face charges in connection to the break-in at the Metro PCS location in Troy on Monday. A fifth juvenile also wanted in the Troy break-in was apprehended in Dayton on Tuesday and will also be charged by Troy police. 

Juveniles in custody after pursuit, crash in Germantown

The specific charges the juveniles might face was not available. 

The five suspects are accused of breaking into the store at 722 West Market Street around 2:40 a.m. Monday. A second break-in was reported at a Metro PCS location in Huber Heights less than two hours later, but police from Troy and Huber Heights have not said if they believe the break-ins are connected. 

It is not known if the five suspects are facing charges from Huber Heights police. 

On Wednesday four of the juvenile suspects were involved in a pursuit with Germantown police. After crashing the car they were in, they fled on foot but were later captured. 

4 jailed suspects did Facebook Live during standoff in Dayton

Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 11:15 AM
Updated: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 6:57 AM

WATCH: Facebook video shows men inside house during SWAT standoff

UPDATE @ 6:45 a.m. (Jan. 19):

Four people remain in Montgomery County  Jail in connection to a SWAT standoff in Dayton Thursday. 

Around noon Thursday, Justin D. Simmons, 23, was taken into custody for aggravated burglary; inducing panic;  and various warrants for traffic and parole violations, according to the jail website.

Also arrested with him were Nichole Floyd, 22, for inducing panic; Eric Simmons, 24, for inducing panic; and Jordan L. Simmons, 23, for inducing panic and parole violation, according to the jail website.

Police were called to the home for a suspicious vehicle believed to have been involved in a burglary on Valerie Arms Drive.

Police had a search warrant for the apartment on Elsmere Avenue.

Justin D. Simmons, Montgomery County Jail

UPDATE @ 4:22 p.m. (Jan. 18):

Dayton police said they believe a Facebook Live video posted during the standoff involved the people they were trying to get to come out of the Elsmere Avenue home.

In the video you see the suspects walking throughout the home and you can hear police banging on the door, asking the suspects to come out.

“You’re ordered to leave the apartment now; come out the front door with your hands up,” hostage negotiators said, at one point using a bull horn.

“Told you, we’re not leaving,” one suspect said during the Facebook Live. 

The names of the suspects have not been released.

Eric Simmons, Montgomery County Jail

UPDATE @ 12:55 p.m. (Jan. 18):

Four people have been detained following a SWAT standoff on Elsmere Avenue in Dayton, police said.

The standoff stems from a robbery at an apartment, where a gun was used, officers said.

The girlfriend of the suspect came to the scene and was able to verify the suspect was in the apartment, police said.

Jordan L. Simmons, Montgomery County Jail

UPDATE @ 11:35 a.m. (Jan. 18):

Four people have been placed in handcuffs following a SWAT situation at an apartment on Elsmere Avenue in Dayton, according to our crew on the scene. 

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Additional details about the standoff are not available. 

During the standoff, at least one of the people inside the apartment was broadcasting on Facebook Live, according to Dayton police scanner traffic. 

Nichole Floyd, Montgomery County Jail
Four in custody after standoff on Elsmere Ave.

FIRST REPORT

We’re working to learn more about police activity at an apartment building on Elsmere Avenue in Dayton Thursday morning. 

Multiple Dayton police officers and SWAT members have responded to the 1900 block of Elsmere Avenue and have surrounded the building, according to our crew on the scene. 

Initial reports indicate a man is inside one of the apartments who has an outstanding warrant for his arrest. 

Your guide to Good Samaritan Hospital closing

Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 6:27 AM
Updated: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 5:02 AM

Good Samaritan closing its doors after decades of service

Premier Health announced Wednesday it will cease operations at Good Samaritan Hospital by the end of the year.

About 1,600 jobs will be moved to other positions within the company, and satellite locations in Englewood and Huber Heights will stay open.

Major services will be moved to Miami Valley Hospital, with the goal of avoiding duplication of services.

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VIDEO: Plane that crashed down slope in Turkey removed with large crane

Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 6:13 AM

Turkish authorities use massive cranes to lift airplane that skidded off runway earlier this week

A plane that skidded off a runway in Turkey and stopped on the side of a slope has been removed with a large crane.

The plane overshot the runway while landing at the Trabzon Airport Jan. 13. The plane’s nose came with a few feet of the Black Sea.

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A Boeing 737-800 of Turkey's Pegasus Airlines after skidding off the runway downhill towards the sea at the airport in Trabzon, Turkey, Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018. Trabzon Gov. Yucel Yavuz said all 162 passengers and crew on board were evacuated and safe early Sunday. The cause of the accident was not yet known.(DHA-Depo Photos via AP)

The 168 passengers and crew on board were evacuated. No one was injured.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Car destroyed, driver jailed after crash in Dayton

Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 3:51 AM

SCENE: Car destroyed, driver jailed after Smithville crash

A car was destroyed and a driver escaped serious injury following a crash in Dayton early Friday morning.

Police said the car crashed into an RTA pole in the 900 block of South Smithville Road around 3 a.m. The driver was found at the Speedway about a block away from the crash scene.

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The driver was taken to Montgomery County Jail on outstanding warrants. He was cited for failure to control, police said.

Police said the driver doesn’t own the car, but they are trying to determine who does.

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This story will be updated as additional information becomes available.