Wilmington Police Department reports

By Nathan Kraatz - nkraatz@civitasmedia.com

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.

The following were recently arrested by Wilmington police:

• Jessica Littler, 37, of Wilmington, for alleged theft, Sunday, at Dollar General. Littler allegedly returned items to the store, received a gift card and pretended to shop while allegedly placing items under her coat.

• Jeffrey Salisbury, 37, of Wilmington, for allegedly stealing mail from a residence’s mailbox and receiving stolen items from the same home. Salisbury was arrested Thursday, after witnesses saw him allegedly take mail from someone’s mailbox. In his car, police found many items allegedly stolen from a Spring Street residence.

• David Campbell, 21, of Wilmington, for three counts of alleged breaking and entering, at Kersey Real Estate Auction. Campbell and another man were allegedly spotted with the door propped open, taking items from inside.

• Ashley Penwell, 32, of Washington Court House, for alleged theft of items, including clothes, spice and cosmetics, Wednesday, at Walmart.

• Timothy Camp, 37, of Wilmington, for alleged theft, Friday, at Walmart.

• Jody Wilson, 37, of Washington Court House, for two counts of alleged theft, Thursday.

• Gary Seitz, 24, of Sabina, for alleged theft, Wednesday, at Walmart.

• Joshua Lanham, 29, of Clarksville, for alleged criminal mischief on Tuesday, Nov. 24, at Kroger.

• Dawn Lanham, 28, of Clarksville, for alleged theft on Tuesday, Nov. 24, at Kroger.

• Carl Lanham, 28, of Clarksville, for alleged theft Tuesday, Nov. 24, at Kroger.

• Kristina Taylor, 29, of Clarksville, for alleged theft and complicity (for allegedly aiding another to commit a crime), Tuesday, Nov. 24.

Wilmington police received the following reports:

• Tuesday, a man allegedly displayed a gun on the 800 block of South South Street. The man allegedly waved as though he wanted a woman to move out of the way.

• Wilmington police found a vehicle that reportedly belonged to a Hillsboro woman on Sunday. The vehicle was returned to its owner.

• A Booth Avenue man reported Thursday that his maroon 1999 Ford Econoline van was stolen. The van was stolen within three hours of the man leaving town.

• A woman reported Tuesday, Nov. 24, that her son had been threatened on the bus and at East End Elementary.

• A black 2007 Pontiac GT was stolen on West Locust Street after a woman started the car, left it and returned, on Saturday. By the time she returned to the car, it was gone.

• Four or five teenagers were spotted fighting on East Sugartree Street Saturday. According to the caller, one teen had another held against a wall.

Reach Nathan Kraatz at 937-382-2574, ext. 2510 or on Twitter @NathanKraatz.


By Nathan Kraatz