You have reached your limit of free articles this month.

Enjoy unlimited access to myDaytonDailyNews.com

Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks.

GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE TODAY!

  • IN-DEPTH REPORTING
  • INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING
  • NEW TOPICS & COVERAGE
  • ePAPER
X

You have read of premium articles.

Get unlimited access to all of our breaking news, in-depth coverage and bonus content- exclusively for subscribers. Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks

X

Welcome to myDaytonDailyNews.com

This subscriber-only site gives you exclusive access to breaking news, in-depth coverage, exclusive interactives and bonus content.

You can read free articles of your choice a month that are only available on myDaytonDailyNews.com.

breaking news

Tornado watches issued for several counties

Student in custody for damaging computers at Belmont H.S.


A Belmont High School student was taken into custody on Tuesday after she allegedly damaged computers, including a teacher’s.

The alleged incident happened around 11 a.m. Tuesday, when a male teacher asked the female student to log off Facebook and work on her assignment, according to a Dayton police report.

The student claims she complied, the report says, and moments later, the teacher asked again.

The student then alleged the teacher “talk(ed) down to her” and said “how nice it was not having her in class.”

The report says more words were exchanged, and the student claimed she said that if the teacher didn’t stop talking, “she was going to break the computer.”

She then got up from her desk, and begin sliding the computer keyboards off the desks.

In total, at least seven computer monitors, five keyboards, five PC units and a printer in the computer classroom were damaged, the report says. The student also allegedly damaged the teacher’s computer.

The student admitted to the incident, the police report says.

The student was transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Justice Center.

Jill Moberley, DPS spokesperson, said: “We have launched our own internal investigation, in addition to the police investigation. This is a disciplinary issue and we can’t comment beyond that.”

DOWNLOAD OUR FREE APPS TO STAY ON TOP OF ALL BREAKING NEWS.



Next Up in Local

Montgomery County creates jail oversight committee
Montgomery County creates jail oversight committee

The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners has officially established an oversight committee that is expected to study and provide recommendations for improving conditions and policies at the county jail. The co-chairs and members of the committee were selected because they have the experience and skill sets needed to figure out how to make the jail...
Greater Dayton RTA’s Wright-Patt bus route detoured for weeks
Greater Dayton RTA’s Wright-Patt bus route detoured for weeks

The Greater Dayton RTA route servicing Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will be detoured due to a construction project beginning Monday, the regional transit authority announced. The detour of Route X1B will last through approximately June 12, the authority announced. EXCLUSIVE: RTA union chief reopens bus driver contract The bus stop at Hobson Way...
83 arrested in Middletown warrant sweep
83 arrested in Middletown warrant sweep

More than 80 people were arrested today in Middletown when police and the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, assisted by U.S Marshals, conducted a warrant sweep throughout the city. Eighty-three people were arrested and 99 warrants were served, according to Middletown Police Chief Rodney Muterspaw. “We are really happy with the success of...
Social media reacts to news of Anthony Grant’s hiring at UD
Social media reacts to news of Anthony Grant’s hiring at UD

Just before noon on March 30, the University of Dayton announced Anthony Grant will be the new men’s basketball coach.  UD will hold a press conference on Saturday at 1 p.m. to formally announce the university’s 19th basketball coach.   The Flyers community took to social media after the news broke to express their thoughts...
NEW BEER: Sam Adams pays homage to Cincy with debut of ‘513’
NEW BEER: Sam Adams pays homage to Cincy with debut of ‘513’

The Samuel Adams brewery — which, despite its Boston-centric reputation, has multiple ties to Cincinnati — is poised to introduce its newest regional draft, the first-ever Cincinnati-inspired “Samuel Adams 513.” The new beer will be available on draft year-round, exclusively in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, according to a Samuel...
More Stories