Critical missing person from Hamilton located

Published: Monday, December 04, 2017 @ 4:15 PM
Updated: Monday, December 04, 2017 @ 4:48 PM


            Hamilton police were looking for Randy L. Rogers, who was last seen at 11:45 a.m. Monday at his residence on Dayspring Court. CONTRIBUTED
Hamilton police were looking for Randy L. Rogers, who was last seen at 11:45 a.m. Monday at his residence on Dayspring Court. CONTRIBUTED

UPDATE @ 4:42 p.m.:

Randy L. Rogers has been safely located, according to Hamilton police.

“His family is picking him up and tending to his immediate needs,” Hamilton Police Sgt. Brian Robinson said in a statement.

No further information was immediately available from police.

INITIAL REPORT:

Hamilton police are asking for the public’s help in locating a critical missing person.

Hamilton police are looking for Randy L. Rogers, 59, who was last seen at 11:45 a.m. Monday at his residence on Dayspring Court.

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He is described as a white man, 5-foot-10 and 215 pounds.

Police said Rogers has vascular dementia and takes numerous medications, which he does not have with him.

Rogers has experienced strokes in the past, which may lead him to be “extremely confused to the point that he may or may not know his own name or his address,” said Hamilton Police Sgt. Brian Robinson.

Rogers is also a diabetic and will be needing shots for this condition soon, he said.

Rogers does have a cell phone, but it is currently turned off, according to police.

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Rogers left his residence in a 2012 black Chrysler 200, with Ohio license plate FXA4502.

If anyone has information about Rogers, or his vehicle, they are being asked to call 911 immediately or to contact their local police department.

Information can also be passed along to Butler County Dispatch at 513-785-1300 or the Hamilton Police Investigations division at 513-868-5811, ext. 2002.

Rogers is entered in the National Crime Information Center as a critical missing person, according to police.

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Police: Man shot in head drives to Speedway in Dayton for help

Published: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 10:59 PM
Updated: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 11:30 PM

Man shot in Dayton

A man who was shot in the head Tuesday night drove to a Speedway gas station for help.

The victim was shot through his vehicle’s window in the 100 block of Huffman Avenue near Jersey Street. The shooting was reported just before 10 p.m. after the victim drove himself to Speedway, 1556 Huffman Ave., to get help, police said.

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According to a 911 call from the store, the victim went into the store and said he was shot while inside his car by another man driving a maroon vehicle.

The victim was taken to Miami Valley Hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening, Dayton police said. His name, age and condition were not immediately available.

Huffman Avenue at South Smithville Road is blocked as police investigate.

Police have not released any suspect information or whether anyone is in custody.

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Man hears ‘boom, boom, clack’ before tree falls on vehicle in Dayton

Published: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 2:49 PM
Updated: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 4:55 PM

A large tree has fallen on top of a Jeep on La Belle Street in Dayton after a batch of heavy rain moved through the area Tuesday afternoon.

Two large trees were apparently struck by lightning Tuesday afternoon as a batch of heavy rain moved through the area.

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A large tree fell on a Jeep on La Belle Street in Dayton, and across town, a branch believed to weigh 2,000 pounds landed atop a vehicle in the 100 block of Five Oaks Avenue in Dayton.

A 2,000-pound branch fell from a tree during heavy rain Tuesday, June 19, 2018, on Five Oaks Avenue in Dayton.(JIM NOELKER / STAFF)

Sidney More was headed to the store this afternoon, driving on Five Oaks Avenue.

“I stopped at the stop sign and I heard a big boom, boom clack! And then I see a big light come down and then hit this tree.

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“There was like a little fire when it hit the tree and then the tree fell,” he said. “That’s when it hit the street. It fell  hard and fast.”

More said he backed up and went back home. “I did not go to the store. I did not want to take no chances.”

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Lightning is reportedly the reason the tree on La Bell Street toppled.

Crews were working to remove the tree from the road. 

No injuries were reported in either incident.

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Woman, 87, ID’d as victim in fatal wrong-way downtown Dayton crash

Published: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 9:20 AM
Updated: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 5:20 PM

A driver is reportedly trapped inside their vehicle following a crash in downtown Dayton on West Fifth Street Tuesday morning.

The victim killed in a wrong-way crash Tuesday morning in downtown Dayton was identified as 87-year-old Opal Clouse of Dayton by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.

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Officers were dispatched to a report of a crash with one person trapped near the intersection of West Fifth Street and South Perry Street around 9 a.m. 

Investigators said a red car traveled the wrong direction on West Fifth Street and crashed into the silver car, sending the silver car into a pole. Investigators didn’t indicate which vehicle Clouse was in. 

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Police said excessive speed doesn’t appear to be a factor, and it is not uncommon to see drivers travel the wrong way on Dayton’s one-way streets. 

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“With going the wrong way, there is no traffic device to tell you that you should be slowing down for a red light,” Lt. James Mullins said. 

I’m sure the person was driving normal speeds and had the collision.” 

The intersection was reopened by police around 11:30 a.m.

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Police, medics called for stabbing victim in his late 70s

Published: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 8:20 PM
Updated: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 @ 10:15 PM

Police, medics called for stabbing victim in his 70s

UPDATE @ 10:15 p.m.

Everyone knows the 79-year-old man who was stabbed Tuesday night inside his Gerald Drive home, neighbors said.

They described him as a nice man who is quick to help out his neighbors.

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He was taken to Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, where his condition is unknown.

According to his neighbors, he was alert and talking to medics following the incident, and he said he was stabbed by a relative.

Springfield police Lt. Jeff Williams said detectives were at the scene and that no further information would be released until Wednesday.

FIRST REPORT

Police and medics were called Tuesday night to a report of a stabbing involving a man in his 70s.

The incident was reported around 8 p.m. in the 2100 block of Gerald Drive.

A CareFlight ground crew is responding for the victim, Springfield police Lt. Jeff Williams said.

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According to initial reports, the victim suffered wounds to the chest and leg.

The incident remains under investigation and no one is in custody, Williams said.

We have a crew on the way and will update this report as we learn information.

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