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5): Dayton police released dash cam video showing the moments just after a Dayton police officer fired his weapon after a suspect attempted to strike him during an incident outside Lev’s Pawn Shop last month. 25): According to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, they plan to present a case to the prosecutor’s office regarding possible charges for the involved officer. 23): Dayton police have identified the officer who fired shots during an investigation outside Lev’s Pawn Shop on Salem Avenue Saturday. Justin Saunders fired his service weapon after the driver of a suspect vehicle “attempted to strike a detective with the vehicle,” according to a prepared statement from the department. Craver and William Goodwin, both 18, were arrested at 3351 Salem Ave.
that led a Dayton police detective to fire his service weapon. Craver and William Goodwin, both 18, were arrested at 3351 Salem Ave.
by Riverside police on suspicion of aggravated burglary.
Nitz had a gun when he was arrested by Meigs County Sheriff’s deputies.
RELATED: Pleas rejected for man charged with fatally shooting wife Nitz killed his wife of seven months after he found “phone numbers” on her cell phone, according to search warrants obtained by this news outlet.
RELATED: Man who allegedly shot and killed wife had no criminal past locally While Nitz was on the run after the shooting, one of his friends told Middletown police he received a text that read: “I just killed my wife talk to you later.” The friend thought the text was a joke, then he received the next text, “I kill her sorry,” according to the search warrant.
Today, Judge Charles Pater is scheduled to hand down the sentence.
A Middletown man is scheduled to be sentenced this morning for the shooting death of his wife in April.The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident, Henderson said.Riverside is investigating the aggravated burglary in its jurisdiction, and the Dayton Police Department is handling its own administrative investigation, police said.By taking the plea, Nitz decreased his sentence by three years.The murder charge carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison with the possibility of parole after 15 years. The video shows police and deputies arresting multiple people. That case is expected to be presented by the end of the week. by Riverside police on suspicion of aggravated burglary.