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Published: Sunday, December 03, 2017 @ 2:27 AM
Updated: Monday, December 04, 2017 @ 12:16 PM
BEAVERCREEK — UPDATE @ 12:16 p.m. (Dec. 4)
Beavercreek police released 911 calls from the chaos inside Caddy’s Tap House early Sunday.
The manager of Caddy’s called 911 to report a “huge fight” on the dance floor was overwhelming the security team there.
“They are on the dance floor but it’s spilling outside,” he said.
News Center 7’s Sean Cudahy spoke with an eye witness Monday. Tori Easley, a student at Wright State, said it appeared there were five different fights happening at the same time.
“So then the security guard told us to get out,” Easley said. “So everybody's outside. And then, out of nowhere, all we heard was (sic) gunshots."
The latest incident at the Beavercreek bar follows at least four other instances over the last six months at the same location.
EARLIER UPDATE (Dec. 3)
Beavercreek police say one male in his 20s was shot in the hand during a chaotic parking lot scene after a large fight at Caddy’s Tap House early Sunday, said Sgt. Nick Amato.
The male victim was treated and released at Soin Medical Center, Amato said.
That male is being cooperative in the investigation, but Amato said police need people to come forward with any information on the fight inside the bar that led outside.
When police arrived on scene around 2 a.m., there were 200 to 300 people in parking lot, Amato said.
It was after police arrived on scene that shots were fired, Amato said. Officers heard at least three gunshots, and based on evidence collected at the scene, there were up to two shooters.
Police dropped a “signal 99,” or officer needs assistance call.
Amato said police have gotten reports the fight inside Caddy’s involved up to 100 people.
Published: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 2:15 AM
DAYTON — UPDATE @ 2:40 a.m.: One person is dead and another individual was taken to Miami Valley Hospital after a shooting occurred in Dayton early Tuesday morning, according to officials.
Crews were dispatched to the area of N. Upland Avenue and Fairbanks Avenue around 2 a.m. where they found two shooting victims, with once deceased in the back of a vehicle.
A homicide detective has been called to the scene.
We’re still working to learn more details about the shooting.
Officials are responding to the area of N. Upland Avenue at Fairbanks Avenue for a reported shooting victim.
The incident was reported early Tuesday morning around 2 a.m., per initial reports.
Published: Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 10:07 PM
Updated: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 2:20 AM
REGION — There are less than 2,000 reports of power outages in the region after thunderstorms Monday night boiled up quickly and delivered lightning that left more than 8,400 without power at one point.
Dayton Power & Light crews will be working through the night to restore power, said Kelly Millhouse, DP&L operations director.
At 2:00 a.m. (Jan. 23), the Dayton Power & Light online outage map was showing the following:
Darke 12 (most south and east of Greenville)
Montgomery 222 (most in the area just north of I-70 West)
Miami 277 (most in the area of the Phoneton community)
Shelby 1 (most just south of Sidney)
Greene 123 (most just south of Beavercreek)
Champaign 2(most east of Urbana)
Clark and Clinton 2 each
First Energy’s online outage map was showing:
Duke Energy's online outage map was reporting:
Hail was reported in Tipp City, Monroe Twp., Bellbrook, Englewood, Gratis and Clayton.
Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 12:35 AM
Updated: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 1:08 AM
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Published: Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 11:20 PM
CLAYTON — Crews are waiting on scene for DP&L to arrive to pull the meter on a house that was struck by lightning.
Firefighters responded to the lightning strike at the house on the 8000 block of Allison Avenue at 9:20 p.m. Monday.
According to Michael Seagraves of the Clayton fire department, lighting struck the house and back fed through the electrical meter, the panel and through the wires in the attic, causing heavy smoke.
Storms, heavy rain, lighting, hail and winds moved through the Miami Valley Monday, according to Stormcenter 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs.
DP&L need to pull the meter in the house so that it’s safe for crews to work on the house.
Residents were home at the time of the incident. Seagraves said the early notification saved the house.
It is too early to estimate the damages, but the home will need a complete wiring job, Seagraves said.
No one was hurt, but Red Cross may need be notified if the house is unsafe to stay in.