Xenia Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Holiday vandalism 'persons of interest' image released

    Thursday Jan 22 | via Xenia Daily Gazette 

    Greene County Parks & Trails has released images of persons of interest relating to the vandalism at "Santa's Holiday in the Park" at James Ranch Park last month. At some point late Dec. 15 or early Dec. 16, vandals did $8,000 of damage to holiday displays at the Xenia park by removing lights and smashing them, cutting wires and tearing down lighted archways.


    Related Topix: Greene County, OH, Xenia, OH

  • Violent crime declined in 2014

    Saturday Jan 3 | via Xenia Daily Gazette 

    Crime as a whole was down in Xenia in 2014, but like the county, drug and drug-related continued to be a problem. Assaults and domestic violence - considered violent crimes - and theft from vehicles all declined, according to Xenia Police Division Captain Scott Anger.


    Related Topix: Xenia, OH, Greene County, OH

  • Slain man's girlfriend killed in Ohio crash

    Thursday Jan 1 | via USA Today 

    A woman killed in a car crash near Dayton this week was the girlfriend of John Crawford III, the man fatally shot by police inside a Wal-Mart store in August. Slain man's girlfriend killed in Ohio crash A woman killed in a car crash near Dayton this week was the girlfriend of John Crawford III, the man fatally shot by police inside a Wal-Mart store in August.


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  • Xenia Municipal Court

    Dec 23, 2014 | via Xenia Daily Gazette 

    Joshua B. Chapple, 920 S. Columbus Street, Xenia, guilty theft, 180 days, 154 suspended, $578.50. 154 days jail suspension on condition NSV within five years, two years probation with assessments and report to probation within 48 hours of release from jail. 1 comment

    Related Topix: Xenia, OH, Bryan, OH, Yellow Springs, OH

Xenia Law

YOU CAN AFFORD NOT TO USE ALL CAPS - WHICH IS SHOUTING! DUI means driving under the influence. Alcohol is legal too,...
due to no employment i couldn't do what the court ordered which i got last year 2014 am i able to go get another license ?
If you didn't perform any of the conditions Ordered by the court then NOthe case is not closed and NO you can't get a...
My daughter has almost identical circumstances as the woman who asked if her first offense .18 test, Tier 2 DUI can be reduced to a Tier 1. My question is does the statute prohibit a Tier 2 from being reduced to a reckless operation? Thank you.
There is no statute that prohibits a reduction of a high-tier OVI to a Reckless Operation. The prosecutor does however...
When I left the bar I had a friend following me in a car. We went about 2 miles down the road and then entered the highway. Never once was there a cop behind me or the person that was following me. The person that was following me said they saw the SHP guy enter the highway about a quarter mile behind her. Then he sped to catch up to us and ended up cutting her off to pull me over. The SHP officer asked me if I knew the people in the car behind me bc they were following close behind. I just said nope to not cause other problems. After that he told me he saw me "cross the white line" and thats why he pulled me over. But he was never behind me? can I request the video/radio footage and fight this?
If the car is equipped with a dash cam, the video can usually be recovered and used to determine the accuracy of the...
We currently have an arrangement outside of the court system for shared custody. She was just charged with a second DUI in a 3 year span. The first offense resulted in a 10 day stint in jail. This second offense is likely to be the same, due to the charges being reduced to a low tier DUI. Some combination of jail, counseling, house arrest. I am a stable father, with no criminal record who has kept the same job for over 10 years.
The legal standard for determining custody is "the best interests of the child." The court can look at many factors...
I was charged with a minor misdemeanor in Oakwood, Ohio for underage drinking. The citation allows me to pay a fine. Is there any way I can enter into a diversion program to get the charge dropped and how do I go about doing that? If I just pay the fine, will it go on my record and if so could I get it expunged?
Underage consumption (Drinking) is usually a misdemeanor of the 1st degree (M-1). Are you sure this is a pay out...
This happened outside a private residence. (All of us are 19 or 20.) My 3 buddies all admitted to drinking, I told him (The Cop) that I was the DD and did not drink anything. Guess what, I was the only one to get a ticket. The cop said I was lying and that is why I was the only one getting a ticket. I asked for a sobriety test and or a breathalyzer, he said that was not necessary. I also received an underage ticket earlier this year in a different county, that was reduced to disorderly conduct. The ticket I received this time, stated I was in possession of an open can of beer (which is a flat out lie.) What should I do? I doubt the cop will admit to giving me a ticket for "lying". He also told my mother the exact same thing, as she was called to pick us up. What should I do?
What should you do? Be more careful about the friends you choose. Regarding the citation--It sounds like you wish to...