Police: Man follows up on job application, then threatens Victoria Theatre employees

DAYTON — A Dayton man follows up on a job application and is arrested Monday afternoon.

Charles J. Hagedorn, 44, was arrested and charged with assault and aggravated menacing after scuffling with employees at the Victoria Theatre in downtown Dayton, according to a Dayton police report.

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Police were dispatched around 5:35 p.m. to the theater on North Main Street on a disturbance, and were told by employees that Hagedorn came in to follow up on a job he applied for but appeared agitated and under the influence, according to the report.

After he was asked to fill out another application, his unorganized handwriting was evident, according to an employee.

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After Hagedorn was told to return at a later date, he yelled profanities and threatened to stab three employees before trashing the break room and throwing objects, according to the police report.

In the process of two employees attempting to restrain Hagedorn, he spat on one and scratched the other’s forearms with his nails, according to the report.


The employees would eventually restrain Hagedorn and bring him to the front door.

Hagedorn was transported and processed at Montgomery County Jail.

According to the report, while he appeared under the influence, he did not smell of alcohol.

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