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Articles About Yellow Springs Police

  • Double homicide shocks village

    Greene County and Montgomery County Coroners recently released the names of the man and woman found dead just west of Yellow Springs. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The Yellow Springs community faced the most difficult of tragedies beginning on Sunday afternoon, when two local residents were discovered at a duplex located at 4444 East Enon Road, dead of apparent gunshot wounds.

  • Trip to Walmart ends in tragedy

    From left, Yellow Springs residents John and Maria Booth and Liz Porter were among the participants in Black Lives Matter protests at the Beavercreek Walmart in December 2014, following the police shooting death of John Crawford III in August. (News Archive photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Second article in this series: A detailed look at the events around the Crawford shooting.

  • Villager arrested on multiple felonies

    Yellow Springs resident Talis Gage, 32, was arrested by local police on Friday, April 8, at 8 p.m. on six felony counts

  • Oh, deer. Guess what’s for dinner?

    On Jan. 8, at 2:30 a.m., a motorist struck and killed a deer on Xenia Avenue. The officer who responded attended not only to the frazzled driver but also to the unfortunate deer, which was dead upon impact. The officer moved it from the shoulder to the berm, but what to do with the carcass?

  • Some note change in policing style

    Late one evening last month, a local couple was celebrating their anniversary with friends at the Gulch.

  • Mayor’s Court being used less

    over the past five years, the use of the local Mayor’s Court has declined to less than half the cases it was handling five years ago.

  • Village names interim police chief

    Retired Montgomery County Sheriff’s officer Dave Hale was hired as interim police chief this week.

  • Returned Schenck guns were legal

    After this summer’s shootout, many villagers asked, why were Paul E. Schenck’s guns returned? Why was a man with several known risk factors allowed to have an arsenal in his home?

  • Camp counselor could be charged for false statement

    Charges could be pending against the camp counselor who made a false report about an armed man in the Glen last week.

  • Xenia police arrest suspected Yellow Springs burglar

    On Tuesday night, May 7, Yellow Springs police and the Greene County ACE Task Force raided the home of a suspect they believe is responsible for the series of residential burglaries.

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