WILMINGTON — The following report is generated from reports provided by the Wilmington Police Department. All those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. Incidents are presumed to be under investigation. Charges may be dropped or changed in court.
Wilmington police recently arrested the following:
• Brian Mountjoy, 38, of Hillsboro, on four warrants – two from the Wilmington Police Department, one from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office and one from Highland County – alleging two charges of failure to appear, possession of drug abuse instruments and theft. Police report Mountjoy was found standing in the bathtub with the shower closed of a Prairie Avenue apartment. He was arrested Saturday.
• Jessica Smith, 23, of Wilmington, for allegedly possessing drug abuse instruments on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The police report listed nine syringes, a spoon with suspected drug residue, an empty capsule with possible drug residue and Methocarbamol, a muscle relaxant, as seized and placed into evidence.
• Kyle Goings, 32, of Wilmington, for warrants alleging abduction, four counts domestic violence, receiving stolen property and parole violation.
• Roger McClure II, 35, of Wilmington, for alleged domestic violence on Wednesday, Dec. 30.
• Mitchell Haasz, 20, of Malraven, for alleged underage consumption on Friday.
• Tosha Lowry, 28, of Sabina, for allegedly obstructing official business on Friday. Lowry was also arrested on a warrant alleging theft. A caller alleged Lowry drove at high speeds, believed by the caller to be 90 miles per hour, passing cars and nearly causing a head-on collision.
• Jason Fugate, 36, of Dayton, for allegedly possessing drug abuse instruments and allegedly using or possessing drug paraphernalia. Fugate was arrested Friday.
• Amy Simonton, 37, of Wilmington, for alleged domestic violence on Sunday. Simonton allegedly called police saying she should be arrested, using vulgar language and threatening to kill people.
• Crystal Lewis, 28, of Wilmington, for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs on Sunday.
• Morgan Anderson, 23, of Clarksville, for allegedly possessing drug abuse instruments on Sunday.
• Christopher White, 24, of Wilmington, for alleged criminal damaging or endangering on Monday.
Wilmington police recently received the following reports:
• A Prairie Avenue woman reported Monday that someone stole her debit card on Sunday.
• An Oakridge Drive woman reported Wednesday, Dec. 30, that someone gained access to her shed at night the past four to five days. No items were reported stolen.
• A man allegedly approached a Wilmington Police Department employee Thursday to say police should be at Solutions Friday morning because he would be beating two of the caseworkers. When asked why, he alleged the two workers stole from him. When the employee said he shouldn’t do that and should instead file a report, the man allegedly declined, said “There’ll be blood everywhere” and left. No such crime was reported Friday.
• A B Street caller reported that someone broke into his or her home and damaged it on Sunday.
• A plastic bag containing a white powder believed to be drugs was found on the counter at an East Locust Street business Sunday. Police marked it for destruction.
• A woman incarcerated at the Clinton County Jail told police Wednesday, Dec. 30, she found someone had been using her debit card during her incarceration. She said more than $2,400 was missing from her account.
Reach Nathan Kraatz at 937-382-2574, ext. 2510 or on Twitter @NathanKraatz.