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WATCH: Facebook Live police chase suspect indicted on charges

Published: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 @ 2:45 PM

WATCH: Suspect's Facebook Live records involvement in recent pursuit and crash

UPDATE @ 2:45 p.m. (Dec. 7):

A man who was arrested and recorded himself on Facebook during a pursuit with police has been indicted.

King Turner, 19, was indicted on charges of failure to comply, weapons under disability, improper handling of a firearm in a vehicle and receiving stolen property Thursday by a grand jury, according to court records.

Turner remains in custody and is scheduled for arraignment Dec. 12.

INITIAL REPORT:

A man arrested after a Dayton police pursuit and crash, recorded himself on Facebook, pointing a gun as he was being pursued by Dayton police. 

A citizen who claims to have seen the Facebook Live of the chase before the post was taken down sent the Facebook video to our newsroom Tuesday morning.  

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In the video, King Turner, 19, of Trotwood can be seen pointing a gun while driving fast and making quick turns, crossing a bridge before finally crashing and bailing out of the car. 

At the end of the video, you see a police officer pick up the cell phone as it continues to record.

Turner was arrested after the pursuit and crash on Tennyson Avenue on Nov. 10, according to a Dayton police report.

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Turner was found hiding in a home on Shaftesbury Road a few minutes later.

He was being held in the Montgomery County jail Tuesday afternoon, facing charges of improper handling of a firearm, receiving stolen property, failure to comply with the order of a police officer and a parole violation. 

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3 years in prison for Springboro man for sexual assault of 11-year-old

Published: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 6:16 PM


            Stephen Kinsey, 46, of Springboro was sentenced Thursday, June 21, 2018, to three years in prison for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old family friend in January and ordered to be registered as a Tier II sex offender.
Stephen Kinsey, 46, of Springboro was sentenced Thursday, June 21, 2018, to three years in prison for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old family friend in January and ordered to be registered as a Tier II sex offender.

A Springboro man was sentenced today to three years in prison for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old family friend in January, according to a press release issued by the county prosecutor’s office.

Warren County Common Pleas Court Judge Timothy Tepe sentenced Stephen Kinsey, 46, and ordered he be registered as Tier II sex offender.

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According to the release:

On Jan. 12, the victim was assisting Kinsey’s family with moving.

Kinsey sexually assaulted the 11-year-old after driving her to the new home. The victim was able to get away from Kinsey and locked herself in a bathroom. There, she tried to call 911 from her iPod, but was unable to connect. Kinsey drove the victim back to the old house where she disclosed what had happened to others there.

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According to court records, in February, Kinsey was indicted on a gross sexual imposition charge and pleaded guilty as charged on May 7.

A Tier II sex offender must register his or her address every 180 days (6 months) for 25 years with the local sheriff’s office.

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Centerville High School student accused of committing sex crime

Published: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 7:14 AM
Updated: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 6:09 PM

Centerville police say a sexual imposition charge against a 16-year-old boy from Washington Twp. stems from an incident that happened at Centerville High School.

A 16-year-old Washington Twp. boy has been accused of committing a sex crime as a result of an ongoing investigation by Centerville police after an incident alleged to have occurred at Centerville High School.

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John Davis, community relations officer with the Centerville Police Department, confirmed the investigation began May 5 after an incident on the grounds of the high school.

“The suspect and victim are both juveniles, therefore, the details that I can provide are very limited,” Davis said.

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The suspect is a Centerville student. The matter is now juvenile court.

School officials said that allegations involving sex crimes are taken seriously and police were notified immediately.

“We cannot go into much detail since the student involved is a juvenile,” said Sarah Swan, community relations specialist for the school district. “There were school consequences for the student, and the police were notified.”

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We are working to learn more about the case and will update this story.

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Owner of car in fatal Trotwood hit-and-run crash indicted on unrelated drug charges

Published: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 5:28 PM

Jamar Edward Hill
MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL
Jamar Edward Hill(MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL)

A 27-year-old man whose car was involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Trotwood in January was indicted again today, this time on drug charges unrelated to the crash.

Jamar Edward Hill of Trotwood is charged with two counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, two counts of aggravated possession of drugs and two counts of possession of cocaine, according to a Montgomery County grand jury report.

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According to the indictment, the drugs involved are fentanyl and cocaine.

Hill has been held in the Montgomery County Jail since his June 13 arrest. 

He was indicted June 11 for tampering with evidence stemming from the Jan. 18 traffic death of a pedestrian, 40-year-old Nathan Hairston, in the 4800 block of Free Pike in Trotwood. He pleaded not guilty to the charge in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. It is not known who was driving the vehicle at the time of the crash.

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Hill is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday on the latest charges, according to court documents. 

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Downtown Springfield pizzeria closing

Published: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 @ 5:47 PM

Bada Bing Pizzeria owner Jason Hague serves the staff of The Salvation Army a Red Kettle pizza.  The Red Kettle pizza is a special pizza that will be available during National Salvation Army week.  JEFF GUERINI/STAFF
Jeff Guerini
Bada Bing Pizzeria owner Jason Hague serves the staff of The Salvation Army a Red Kettle pizza. The Red Kettle pizza is a special pizza that will be available during National Salvation Army week. JEFF GUERINI/STAFF(Jeff Guerini)


Bada Bing Pizzeria in Springfield will close on Sunday, according to a post on the business’ Facebook page. 

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The post reads in part, “Thank you all for your support over the last few years. We have been blessed beyond measure. What’s next? Stay tuned.”

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The restaurant is located at 40 N. Fountain Ave.

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