Parker Perry, Dayton Daily News

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Recent articles by Parker:

Dayton man accused of killing 2 teenagers in garage set for trial Tuesday

The case accusing a Dayton man of fatally shooting two teenagers in a detached garage in 2019 is set to go to trial starting Tuesday. → Read More

Investigation into Greene County girl’s death continues

Greene County authorities are continuing to investigate the death of a 12-year-old girl who died in what was described as a filthy home with piles of trash. → Read More

‘We just think it’s a blessing:’ Area families adopt children on National Adoption Day

Adopting a child is a lifetime commitment to caring for and loving someone and eight Montgomery County families decided to do that Friday during National Adoption Day. → Read More

Sentencing for Dayton child psychologist moved to December

Gregory Ramey, 72, is now scheduled to appear Dec. 16 in Greene County Common Pleas Court after he pleaded guilty in September to six counts of endangering children and one count of tampering with evidence. → Read More

Former Oakwood safety director sentenced to 10 more years in prison for child pornography

A former Oakwood public safety director who already was facing five years in federal prison in connection to distributing child pornography was sentenced to an additional 10 years for possessing more child pornography while he was out waiting on a judgment of an appeal. → Read More

Local Boy Scouts care for WWI memorial dedicated to those who died in war

A local Boy Scout troop has for years cared for a memorial dedicated to Montgomery County veterans who lost their lives in WWI. → Read More

New Dayton police chief praised by leaders of his community in Virginia

NAACP, vice mayor, chamber of commerce in Hopewell, Va., all speak highly of Afzal → Read More

Coroner rules Miami County baby death a homicide

The cause of Caelyn Colon’s death was trauma of the head and neck, Montgomery County Coroner Dr. Kent Harshbarger said Thursday. → Read More

Defendants in Takoda Collins death case now incarcerated in Ohio prisons

The defendants in cases connected to the death of 10-year-old Takoda Collins have been transported out of the Montgomery County Jail and into the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, according to online records. → Read More

Englewood approves fire levy; Clayton elects incumbents

Englewood residents overwhelmingly approved a new fire/EMS levy in this election → Read More

14-year-old boy who was shot to death was Dayton Public Schools student

A 14-year-old boy who was shot to death over the weekend was a student at Dayton Public Schools, the district confirmed Wednesday. → Read More

Crime labs warn dangerous form of fentanyl becoming more common

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is warning police departments and residents that a dangerous form of fentanyl is being found laced in illegal drugs sold across the state and this region. → Read More

Crime labs warn dangerous form of fentanyl becoming more common

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is warning police departments and residents that a dangerous form of fentanyl is being found laced in illegal drugs sold across the state and this region. → Read More

Hearings canceled in Beavercreek child ‘whooping’ cases

The investigation began on Oct. 8. A Beavercreek school notified Greene County Children Services after receiving information that a child was being abused, according to court documents. One of the adults reportedly told the district the child was going to be home-schooled. About a week later, the child showed up at school for class. School officials contacted an unnamed person because they… → Read More

Englewood asks voters to approve fire and EMS levy

ENGLEWOOD — Voters here will cast a ballot Nov. 2 whether to approve an additional 1.65 mills tax levy for the local fire and EMS department that would cost the owner of a $100,000 home about $45 extra a year in property taxes. → Read More

Records shed light on traffic-stop-video officers, driver

When two Dayton police officers dragged a paraplegic Dayton man from his car last month during a traffic stop, the images caught on video brought about days of protests and both criticism and praise for the police officers’ actions. → Read More

Man pleads guilty in 2019 OVI crash that killed Wright State student

Ronald Myer of Centerville pleaded guilty to charges from a wrong way crash on I-675 that killed 23-year-old Paige Patrick of Vandalia in 2019. → Read More

Video shows Clifford Owensby speak with Dayton police officials after arrest

A Dayton police sergeant informed a Black paraplegic man who had been yanked from a vehicle by two officers minutes earlier that police are allowed to remove people from their vehicle when they are not cooperating, according to video footage released by the Dayton Police Department Wednesday evening. → Read More

Protesters call for action after Dayton officers pull Black paraplegic man from vehicle

Protesters gathered outside Dayton City Hall Wednesday morning in response to a paraplegic Black man who Dayton police officers pulled out of a vehicle during a traffic stop. → Read More

Protesters gather outside Dayton City Hall in response to police pulling paraplegic Black man from car

Protesters gathered outside Dayton City Hall Wednesday morning in response to a paraplegic Black man who Dayton police officers pulled out of a vehicle during a traffic stop. → Read More