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VANDALIA - The following police reports were received from the Vandalia Division of Police. All subjects are innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

October 19

A complainant reported that her car was broken into in the parking lot of Scene 75 using forcible entry. Two cell phones, a car stereo, and a purse were stolen.

The Ohio State Police brought Cesar Mideros, 49, to the police station for an Intoxilyzer test. Mideros blew a deficient sample and then two samples out of tolerance. Mideros left with the trooper.

Denise M. Duncan, 23, was arrested for vandalism and assault after an incident on Colebrook Drive. Duncan allegedly threw several items and broke them inside the residence, including the front windows. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

October 20

A resident on Brown School Road reported that numerous items has been stolen from her residence and garage. The residence was unlocked, and forcible entry was used to get entry into her garage.

A resident on Peters Pike reported that an unknown driver went off the roadway and hit his mailbox. Pieces of the vehicle’s bumper/fender were found in the yard near the mailbox. There are no suspects at this time. The investigation continues.

A resident on Timberlake Drive was taken to Grandview Hospital on an emergency admission after she told police that she had taken several pills in an attempt to kill herself.

October 21

Officers responded to a car fire on Timberlake Drive. As they investigated, the alleged owner of the vehicle responded outside. That subject gave officers one name, but the officer discovered that was hot the subject’s real name. Devead L. Hackett was arrested on a felony warrant for probation violation and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Brandon Lee Masters, 23, was arrested for theft after a family member reported that he had stolen jewelry. During the investigation officers found several pawn tickets in Masters’ room. Masters was booked on a misdemeanor theft case, but the case was transferred to detectives for possible felony charges.

A resident on Bartles Court reported that her juvenile daughter was being continuing unruly. The case was forwarded to the Montgomery County Juvenile Court.

October 22

Officers responded to an address on Waller Avenue on the report of a make and female arguing. After issuing a warning, officers left. They received a second call about them arguing again. When officers returned, Tonya A. Duhl, 44, and Stephen L. Gorsuch, 31, were issued citations for disorderly conduct.

Codie L. Chambers, 21, was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle while impaired out of Clayton after turning himself in at the Vandalia Police station. He was released to a Clayton police officer.

A resident on Waller Avenue reported that his father is being defrauded by unknown suspects who have him send money to fraudulent sweepstakes. The investigation continues.

October 23

A resident on Timberlake Drive reported that a known individual broke into his apartment and stole several items. The investigation continues.

After responding to a disabled vehicle call on I-75 at Benchwood, and officer discovered the vehicle was reported as stolen out of Dayton. The Dayton Police Department had the vehicle towed and removed from the scene.

An individual mowing grass at Brown School Road and National Road reported that a back pack blower was stolen from an area near his truck while he was mowing grass. A witness reported that the vehicle traveled west on National Road. The investigation continues.

Thrifty Car Rental reported that a car rented in August was supposed to be returned on September 16 but has not been returned. Thrifty reported that the company that repossesses vehicles for Thrifty was unable to locate it and they now consider the car stolen. The investigation continues.

October 24

An unknown male presented a business check at Monroe Federal Savings and Loan on National Road. Investigation by bank officials found the check to be fraudulent. The investigation continues.

A complainant reported that his truck had been struck in the rear by an unknown person. The investigation continues.

Officers were dispatched to an address on Kenbrook Drive on the report of a resident threatening suicide by gun. The resident was later transported to Grandview Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

October 25

Gregory M. Rosengarten, 20, was arrested on a warrant out of Butler County after officers were dispatched to an address on Fitchland Drive on a suspicious vehicle call. He was transported to the Butler County line and transferred to the custody of a Butler County Deputy Sheriff.

A resident on Edgemere Way reported that a radio was stolen from his vehicle parked in his driveway. The investigation continues.

A care manager reported her client said an adult resident showed him pictures of a nude juvenile female from a phone. The juvenile was not identified. The incident was forwarded to the detective section for further investigation.

October 26

A resident at an address on Henley Court reported that she was sexually assaulted by a known subject. The complainant was seen in an area emergency room and released with no injuries. The investigation continues.

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