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Published: Monday, December 04, 2017 @ 9:19 AM
KETTERING — Nearly four years after a fire killed four people on Craig Drive in Kettering, the Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Office has now determined a cause of the fire and closed the case.
The state fire marshal’s office has ruled the cause of the fire as accidental and believe the fire was cooking related, according to Kelly Stincer, spokesperson for the Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Office. There also were no indicators of any criminal intent with the fire, Stincer added.
Firefighters and police responded to the home in the 1900 block of Craig during the overnight hours on Dec. 12, 2013 and discovered the home and a vehicle in the driveway fully engulfed.
The four people killed in the blaze were identified as Forrest Carroll, 76; Alicia Carroll-Mobley, 36; Shaun N. Mobley Jr., 4; and Jacob S. Mobley, 2 years old.
The fire marshal’s office said the investigation was closed on Aug. 15, 2017.
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 11:15 AM
Updated: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 6:57 AM
DAYTON — 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 6:27 AM
Updated: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 5:02 AM
DAYTON — 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.
Here is everything you need to know about the hospital closure:
Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 6:13 AM
TURKEY — 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.
The 168 passengers and crew on board were evacuated. No one was injured.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 3:51 AM
DAYTON — 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.
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.