Woman may have been impaired before crashing into Dayton house, police say

Woman may have been impaired before crashing into Dayton house, police say

DAYTON — Police suspect a woman was driving under the influence when she crashed into a Dayton house early Friday morning, according to a police crash report.

Officers and medics were requested around 12:10 a.m. to the 5000 block of Genessee Avenue in Dayton after the crash was reported.

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The driver, identified as Tynesha Davis, 35, of Trotwood, was suspected to be driving under the influence and a blood alcohol test was conducted, the report states. A drug test was not conducted.

Davis was cited for operating a vehicle without reasonable control. It was not known whether other charges or citations were pending.

Our crew on the scene reported the car hit the front corner of the house and dealt some damage to the structure, although it didn’t punch through the wall.

Davis was not injured in the crash. It was not known how many people were inside the house when the crash happened, however no other injuries were reported.

The car was towed from the scene and fire crews placed a tarp over the damage around 1:30 a.m.

We’ll update this story with new information as it becomes available.