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Saturday | via WDTN-TV Dayton
Police were dispatched to the Walgreens located at 2710 Salem Avenue just before 6:30 p.m. Friday. Store workers said the suspect had been trespassed from the store and "is a known thief." Comment?
Friday Dec 26 | via Examiner.com
His name for starters was Jawaad Jabbar. He was 16 years old and lived in or near Dayton, Ohio. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via SFGate
Miami Township Police Sgt. Jay Phares speaks at a news conference in Dayton, Ohio, on Monday, Dec. 22, 2014, about the fatal shooting at the Dayton Mall on Saturday over a limited release of an athletic shoe. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via Cleveland.com
Miami Township, Ohio Police cruisers are parked at the scene of a homicide outside the Dayton Mall in Dayton, Ohio. A mall shopper shot and killed a 16-year-old boy who attempted a robbery on the sidewalk outside, possibly in pursuit of a pair of limited-edition athletic shoes, police in southwest Ohio said Monday. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via Norwalk Reflector
Armed 16-year-old Ohio boy was trying to rob a concealed-carry permit holder of his newly purchased athletic shoes, police say. A 16-year-old Middletown student was shot and killed outside the Dayton Mall while trying to rob a concealed-carry permit holder of his newly purchased athletic shoes, Miami Twp. 4 comments
Monday Dec 22 | via WFMJ-TV Youngstown
Police in southwest Ohio say a shopper fatally shot a 16-year-old boy after an alleged robbery attempt outside an Ohio shopping mall. Police responded Saturday morning to a reported shooting at the Dayton Mall in the southern Dayton suburb of Centerville. Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via TheCourier.com
Police in southwest Ohio say a shopper fatally shot a 16-year-old boy after an alleged robbery attempt outside an Ohio shopping mall. Comment?
Sunday Dec 21 | via WDTN-TV Dayton
Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Cambridge on Sunday night on reports of a shooting. Early reports indicate, however, no victim was found. Comment?
Friday Dec 19 | via WDTN-TV Dayton
The Dayton Police Department released video of a violent robbery Friday in hopes it will lead them to the suspects. Officers say the suspects shot the victim in the leg, beat him with a baseball bat and pistol whipped him. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 17 | via Northern Michigan News
William Larson, an 18-year-old boy who lived on Wood Street, was arrested for allegedly stealing a gold watch from a local shop. Larson was accused of stealing the gold Hampton watch from Kryger's second-hand store while Mr. Kryger was going to fetch change. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via MassLive.com
Tressa Sherrod, mother of John Crawford III, attorney Michael Wright, John H. Crawford Jr, father of Crawford III, and attorney Shean Williams, from left in front, hold a press conference, Tuesday, in Dayton, Ohio. The family of John Crawford, a black man fatally shot by a white police officer as he held an air rifle inside a Walmart, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday charging negligence and violation of the man's civil rights. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via Big News Network.com
DAYTON, Ohio -- The family of John Crawford III, the young man shot as he played with a toy gun in an Ohio Walmart, is suing the retail chain and police. Also this week, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released video from the interrogation of Crawford's girlfriend after the Aug. 5 shooting. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via ThinkProgress
One of the biggest moves in President Obama's executive action isn't just that it would give legal presence and work authorization to potentially five million undocumented immigrants. It's that the president has called for an end to the federal enforcement program known as Secure Communities, which requires police to share the biometric information of arrested immigrants with federal immigration authorities who could use that information for potential deportation procedures. Comment?
Monday Dec 15 | via Daily Mail
'It's pathetic, they should stick to what they know': Police hit out at NFL player's protest over deaths of Tamir Rice and John Crawford The Cleveland police union's president has branded an NFL player's silent protest against recent fatal Ohio police shootings 'pathetic'. Cleveland Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins wore a 'Justice for Tamir Rice and John Crawford' T-shirt over his pads during warm-ups before the game against the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via SFGate
Hospital shooting: A former Veterans Affairs worker who pleaded guilty to a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon in a VA hospital shooting in Dayton, Ohio, that wounded an employee in the ankle was sentenced Friday to 5A1 2 years in prison. Neil Moore , 59, will get credit for time served. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via KOLD-TV Tucson
By LISA CORNWELL Associated Press DAYTON, Ohio - A former Veterans Affairs employee who pleaded guilty to a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon in a VA hospital shooting that wounded his former co-worker in the ankle was sentenced Friday to 5 1/2 years in prison. Neil Moore, 59, of Trotwood, will get credit for time served. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via The Review
An Ohio man who pleaded guilty to assault in a Veterans Affairs hospital shooting that wounded an employee in the ankle is to be sentenced in federal court. Former Veterans Affairs employee Neil Moore, of Trotwood, is due in a Dayton courtroom Friday. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 9 | via WDTN-TV Dayton
Brown is accused of the April shooting death of Jatywan Easterling, 26. Easterling was shot while sitting in his truck outside Smiths Superette on Lorenz Avenue in Dayton. 1 comment
Monday Dec 8 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Dayton police officers have shot at nearly 50 dogs since 2011 to protect themselves and citizens from animals they've deemed aggressive and dangerous, records show, with many of the dogs killed. Police shoot at dogs more often than people, with shootings occurring during drug raids, welfare checks, investigations, traffic stops and chases through yards and alleys, according to an analysis by the Dayton Daily News . Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via The Columbus Dispatch
A Franklin County jury found two teen murder suspects guilty this afternoon in the fatal shooting of a convenience store clerk in Columbus and the shooting of a motorist during a carjacking at a truck stop in Madison County. Devonere Simmonds, 18, and Nathanial Brunner, 19, were charged with murder, aggravated murder, attempted murder, felonious assault and three counts of aggravated robbery. 5 comments
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