Springfield police investigate butcher knife stabbing incident involving husband, wife

Published: Friday, June 22, 2018 @ 10:55 AM


            Springfield News-Sun
Springfield News-Sun

A Springfield man was reportedly stabbed in the arm during a domestic dispute by his wife, although investigators are unsure who the primary aggressor was during the incident, according to a police report.

Springfield police began their investigation on Wednesday at around 3 p.m. when they were called to a home on the 1500 block of Shelby Drive. There, they met with a woman who allegedly stabbed her husband.

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She told officers the two had gotten into an argument, according to the report.

“(She) said … after being thrown around, she grabbed a knife for her protection,” the report said. “(She) said while she was in the bathroom, (her husband) came at her. (She) said she raised a butcher knife at him and stabbed him once in the arm.”

Officers tried asking the woman follow up questions, such as what she meant by being thrown around or if she could go into more detail about how he came at her, but she was didn’t answer, the report said.

“I asked her several times how he was throwing her around the house, but (she) would just stare at me and not give an answer,” the report says.

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She had no signs of visible injury, the report says, and when asked by officers if she was hurt she told them she was not injured.

When officers talked to the husband, according to the report, he said it was an accident.

“(The husband) told (police) a completely different story and that it was accidental and changed the story several times as to how he got cut,” the report said.

Officers decided not to arrest anyone, the report said.

“Due to conflicting statements from (the husband) and (the wife) not being truthful as to what happened, no charges were filed,” the report said.

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Ohio BCI, detectives investigate fatal shooting at Sugarcreek Twp. apartment building

Published: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 @ 12:21 AM
Updated: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 @ 4:45 AM

Crews respond to shooting in Sugarcreek Twp.

UPDATE @ 4 a.m: The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Sugarcreek Twp. police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred at the Cedar Trail Apartments early Wednesday morning.

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Officials responded to the 1800 block of Surrey Trail just after midnight and found a male deceased from apparent gunshot wounds in the hallway of the apartment building, according to Sugarcreek Twp. Police Chief Michael Brown. 

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As police were arriving on scene, they noticed a black Cadillac leaving the area at a high rated speed. Believing it could possibly be connected to the shooting, authorities pursued the vehicle down Wilmington Pike to I-675. The pursuit was called off in Dayton. The vehicle was last scene on northbound I-75 from U.S. 35, police said.

A short time later, a man approached officials at the shooting scene and said he had been inside an apartment unit with a woman when the victim began knocking on the door. That man was taken in for questioning as a person of interest.

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Brown said Ohio BCI was called to process the scene due to investigators being well trained technicians and investigators. 

The identity of the victim was not immediately available. The Greene County Coroner’s Office removed the body from the scene.

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Alaska man accused of defrauding people in Ohio, other states of hundreds of thousands of dollars

Published: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 @ 1:18 AM

Andrew Jensen
Andrew Jensen

An Alaska man is accused of defrauding people in Ohio and other states of hundreds of thousands of dollars. 

Andrew Jensen, 30, of Anchorage, was arraigned Monday in Morgan County Common Pleas Court in McConnelsville, about 82 miles southeast of Columbus.

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He is jailed in the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail in Nelsonville following his indictment by a Morgan County grand jury on 29 felony counts, including telecommunications fraud, identity fraud, grand theft of a motor vehicle, theft from the elderly, money laundering and misuse of credit cards, according to a release from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.

Investigators said Jensen lied to people, telling them he was a successful businessman or military veteran, to convince them to give him money, property or services. He also allegedly made misleading statements to obtain loans, lines of credit, vehicles and other goods or services.

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Investigators believe at least 22 people, including an Ohio senior citizen from Morgan County, were affected and that losses total more than $450,000, according to the release.

An attorney with the Ohio Attorney General’s Economic Crimes Unit has been appointed by the Morgan County prosecutor to handle the case as a special prosecutor. The case was investigated by the Attorney General’s Economic Crimes Unit and Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.

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ATM theft from area convenience store continues rash of similar crimes

Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 8:33 AM
Updated: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 4:02 PM

Police looking for two masked men that cut locks on doors and used pickup to drag ATM away from store on Germantown Pike

A thief used a truck to break into the Citizen Mart and pull its ATM out of the ground Tuesday, continuing a recent trend of ATM thefts from area convenient stores, according to a Dayton police report.

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Citizen Mart on Germantown Pike is latest store to have cash machine stolen.

Police were called around 5 a.m. to the convenience store, 4567 Germantown Pike, on a breaking and entering call.

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One of the store’s double doors was ripped off the hinges and the other had the glass broken out.

The top part of the ATM was sitting just inside the double doors and the lock was cut off the roll-down cage, the report said.

The bottom part of the ATM was missing. The amount of money taken was not made available.

The theft is at least the fourth ATM theft from a Dayton convenience store in recent months.

The Estridge Market on Hoover Avenue was burglarized and damaged twice in recent months while someone targeted the ATM there.

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Four Points Market on Gettysburg Avenue also has had its ATM targeted by thieves recently.

Thieves also hit the Crown Drive-Thru on West Third Street recently, where the cash machine was pulled through the front doors of the business.

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Police attempted to locate the suspect vehicle Tuesday morning, a black Dodge Ram truck, that had reportedly headed north toward downtown after the incident but were unsuccessful. 

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Taser prong stuck in face of suspect fleeing Dayton police

Published: Monday, July 16, 2018 @ 11:50 AM
Updated: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 11:25 PM

Jeremire Jamal Perrey
MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL
Jeremire Jamal Perrey(MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL)

A 22-year-old man had a Taser prong stuck in his face when police finally caught up to him, according to a Dayton police report.

Jeremire J. Perrey was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on suspicion of possession of a deadly weapon, carrying a concealed weapon and having weapons under disability, all felonies, and a misdemeanor charge of obstructing official business. He also is accused of a possible parole violation.

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A caller reporting suspicious activity around 8:30 a.m. Monday on Arlene Avenue precipitated the foot chase and an arrest after two people fled when police arrived, according to the police report. 

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Around 8:30 a.m. a caller saw suspicious activity in the area of Arlene Avenue and when police arrived two suspects immediately attempted to flee. 

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Perrey was arrested but the other suspect got away.

A loaded handgun was recovered at the scene, police said.

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