Officials said the victim, who was shot once in the abdomen, used his last dying breath to identify McDowell as the shooter.
Crews across the area worked Sunday to restore electricity after Saturday’s strong gusts caused trees to fall and power poles to snap.
When officials arrived, the woman got into her car and a chase ensued.
Strong winds knocked down poles, wires, and trees Saturday afternoon across Miami County.
Juveniles were living at the home, and were present at the time of the search warrant, according to the statement.
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings began being issued around 8 p.m. in the western counties and moved to the east at a rapid rate.
“I’ve had a problem with drug addiction and I make poor decisions when I’m on drugs — I’m sorry for what I’ve done,” he said
The fire started inside the service department and spread to the showroom.
A more elaborate, detailed storm survey is scheduled for Tuesday.
Saturday will mark the 1 year anniversary since 4 children and their grandmother were found unconscious inside their home in the 100 block o…
Careflight was called to transport the driver to Miami Valley Hospital where his condition is unknown as of Monday afternoon.
Crews responded to the 8500 block of Wild Cat Road after 12 p.m. Sunday.
On January 28, a speeding car slammed head-on into a bus full of children.
Dickey was ejected from the car she was driving and was pronounced dead on the scene.
That autopsy revealed Dickey died from “multiple trauma.”
A car collided with a Milton-Union school bus. Parents 2 NEWS spoke with are concerned following the fatal crash.
Students watched the fatal crash all unfold before them. Dayton psychologist, Dr. Michael Williams described what kids may be feeling.