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Man killed by FBI was registered sex offender

Published: Monday, July 16, 2012 @ 8:20 PM
Updated: Monday, July 16, 2012 @ 8:20 PM

The man shot to death by an FBI agent June 28 had been a registered sexual offender when he moved to Ohio in 2003, the Dayton Daily News has learned.

Fallacy Myers, 43, lived at 105 Samuel St., where he was shot to death while agents were executing a search warrant. That warrant remains under seal.

The FBI has declined comment on the shooting, but Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said June 28 that the investigation dealt with child exploitation and money laundering.

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Since the day of the shooting Dayton police have declined comment on the shooting.

Myers was known  by his birth name, Dilton Richard Myers, when he was convicted of indecent solicitation of a child in 1995. That conviction was in Barton County, Kan., and the offense involved a 15-year-old girl, according to records obtained by the Dayton Daily News.

He was placed on probation, but that was revoked in 1997 after he was convicted of burglary. He was paroled in September 2000, according to Kansas Department of Corrections records.

Myers had been in prison on prior occasions and had burglary and theft convictions in the late 1980s. In 2000, Myers changed his name to Fallacy Mac Runes Myers, according to a court order filed in Leavenworth County, Kansas.

The order states that “the petitioner is a Pagan and a priest within the religion known commonly as Wicca.”

It also states that Myers was convinced “that he must rid himself of the burden of a Judeo-Christian name.”

Myers lived briefly in West Monroe, La., where he registered with authorities in June and July 2003.

He registered with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office from 2003 through February 2007, when his 10-year registration requirement expired, according to records.

Fred Alverson, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio, said last month that when agents arrived, Myers indicated that he wanted to cooperate with the investigation.

The agents had been there several hours when Myers grabbed a knife and started stabbing himself, Alverson said.

When the agents tried to use a Taser on Myers, he lunged at one of the them and was shot, Alverson said. 

While they were present, Myers lunged at one of them with a knife and the agent shot him, Biehl said.

Biehl said that the agent fired three shots, and that investigators believe all three hit Myers.

Myers’ wife, Bonnie, could not be reached for comment.

In November 2010, Myers started Foresakenclans.com, LLC, according to the Ohio secretary of state. The website says that it is a “free online vampire vs. werewolf multiplayer game.”

A vendor license for Foresakenclans.com, LLC was issued July 19, 2011, according to the Montgomery County Vendor License database. The office was located at 2105 Needmore Road, Suite B, in Harrison Twp., according to records.

But the sign at the property was for Curvy Massage, which appeared to be closed after the shooting. Myers had a Curvy Massage sign on his car, which was parked near his house the day of his shooting.