Crime And Law

Dayton man sought in blitz that led to officer-involved shooting is indicted

One of four men sought in a Dayton police blitz that led to an officer-involved shooting was indicted Thursday by a Montgomery County grand jury.

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Robert Trammel Smith, 25, will be arraigned Tuesday for failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, having weapons under disability and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle.

Smith was arrested July 18 on Kosmo Drive at the Georgetown Village Apartments in Dayton.

Police say he drove a Jeep that fled from police during a targeted neighborhood blitz to reduce gun violence. Smith then got into a car with two other people in it. A passenger in that vehicle, Re’al Streety, ran and was shot and wounded by Dayton police after a foot pursuit. Police said Streety ignored several commands to drop his weapon.

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Smith, who was not wounded in the incident, remains in the Miami Valley Jail.

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